Community Education Extended Year Summer For Kids and Teens

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Learn to Design and Build Intelligent Machines 
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 Build and keep your own touchscreen Linux tablet computer. You will then make that tablet physically control another environment remotely over the internet.

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Registration has ended for the Extended Year Summer for Kids and Teens program. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Extended Year Parents - check the school sites below for room assignments and campus maps.

Grades 1 to 5

Faria Elementary School - Directions

Grades 6 to 10

Lawson Middle School - Directions
Miller Middle School - Directions

New for Extended Year 2017:

  • Weekly teacher memos
  • Optional supplemental work for practice at home
  • Adjusted start times for families dropping off at two locations
  • Reduced classroom transitions for second-grade students
  • And much more

Faria Child Development Center offers after care for De Anza Extended Year students. Contact the Faria Elementary CDC after care program for complete details at (408) 973-0325 or at center515@cdicdc.org.

Who can attend?

De Anza College Community Education welcomes all students entering grades 1-10 from any district or school to attend the Extended Year program. Students do NOT have to be Cupertino residents to enroll.

What are the qualifications of the instructors?

Our highly experienced, credentialed instructors come from universities, colleges, public and private high schools, and K-8 districts.

Student Conduct, Supervision and Morning Break

  • Students must observe all school rules while on campus. Failure to follow rules may result in removal from the program.
  • Students will be supervised during morning break; however, there is no supervision for students before or after the program. Please pick up students no more than 15 minutes after their last class ends.
  • Please send a snack with your student each day for morning break (school brunch service is not available).
  • Any parents coming to campus MUST check-in at the administration office. Parents may not wait for their child outside the classroom.

Refund Requests

All refund requests must be submitted via email to extendedyear@deanza.edu.

Add a New Class

  • Through June 12: Add classes online, over the phone or in person at the De Anza College Community Education office.
  • June 13-18: Registration is closed for adding classes until June 19.
  • June 19-21: Add classes in person at your registered school site only.

Change a Class: Class change requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis depending on class availability. Class change requests before June 13 must be submitted via e-mail to extendedyear@deanza.edu

  • Before April 3: There is no fee for course change requests.
  • April 3-June 2: A $10 fee will be retained for all course change requests.
  • June 3-12: A $30 fee will be retained for all course change requests.
  • June 13-18: Registration is closed for changing classes until June 19.
  • June 19-21: Change classes in person at your registered school site only. A $30 fee will be retained for all course change requests.

Drop Classes for a Refund: All class drops and refund requests must be submitted via e-mail to extendedyear@deanza.edu

  • Before April 3: Drop and refund requests will result in a $10 service fee per dropped class.
  • April 3-June 2: Drop and refund requests will result in a $30 service fee per dropped class.
  • June 3-16: Drop and refund requests will be considered for a 50 percent refund, on an individual basis, by the dean of Community Education.
  • After June 16: No refunds will be issued.
  • Disruptive and inappropriate student behavior will not be tolerated and will result in dismissal from the program without a refund.

De Anza Extended Year Summer College for Kids and Teens is a summer enrichment program where the focus is on teaching and learning, not grades and exams. The summer camp operates at three locations for easy access, is four weeks in length and is offered in the morning hours. We offer a wide selection of fee-based, not-for-credit enrichment classes designed for students entering 1st through 10th grades.

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Contact Us

If you have any questions, send us an email or call 408.864.8817.

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Community Education is part of De Anza College. We are located in the Library (Rear) in LC-141 at De Anza College.

Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

De Anza College - Community Education
21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Library, LC-141
Cupertino, California 95014

Other Community Education Programs: Short Courses, Fujitsu Planetarium, and Online Classes

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