We are excited to announce our High School Summer Camp programs for Summer 2022. Registration for Summer 2022 is now open.
Level Up! is a 5 week program for rising 9th graders planning to attend Raoul Wallenberg High School or George Washington High School. We aim to give youth entering their first year of high school the opportunity to get a head start on gaining skills, knowledge, and connections so that they feel more confident and prepared for high school. The main areas of focus for skills and knowledge include Wellness, Academic and Social – Emotional skills. This program is designed to support students who would benefit from extra support with the transition into high school and may not graduate high school in 4 years or are more likely to drop out.
There will be games and activities, art and music, field trips, guest speakers, and more! This program is free and students will receive a paid stipend for completing the program. To apply, click the “apply” button on the flyer or scan the QR code with your phone camera.
Please contact Kysha@richmondsf.org for any questions.
Let’s Dance! is a fun and active way to enjoy dancing throughout the summer. Students will have the opportunity to learn hip hip, contemporary, and many more styles! Please note that this is FREE for high school students.
To join and for more information, please email: Layla@richmondsf.org or Lucas@richmondsf.org
Leaders of Color In Training, or LOCIT, is a summer program designed for rising 10th-12th graders who identify as persons with ethnic backgrounds. Throughout this program, youth will have the opportunity to hear from guests speakers, go on field trips around the Greater Bay Area, and make a difference in their community.
Youth leaders from Multicultural and Identity-Based Clubs such as Gender Sexuality Alliance, Latinx Club and Kapamilya, should all attend!! This summer LOCIT will be delving into the world of STEAM. We will be supporting students in being better critical thinkers, increase their literacy of science; as well as enable them with the skills to become our next generation of innovators!!
For more information, please contact Ta ‘Ja McClinton: firstname.lastname@example.org Chelsey Monroe: email@example.com