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Horizons for Youth 2019

Celebrating our 25 th Anniversary of deliveringFabulous, Fun, Learning Experiences!

Horizons for Youth Monroe 2019

Important Dates - Mark Your Calendars

View 2019 Horizons Summer Catalog (PDF)

Tuesday, March 26 - Online registration begins at noon

 

Monday, April 1 – Catalogs Available on Campus

Wednesday, April 3 - In person Registration begins

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Monroe

monroeyouthinfo@northampton.edu
570.369.1881

Bethlehem

youthinfo@northampton.edu
610.861.4120

Instructor Bios


When the weather heats up, so does the Horizons for Youth summer program at NCC Monroe.

It is important that a child's summer experience have some structure, yet also be enjoyable, fun, and exciting. With these goals in mind, each year the Horizons team builds a menu of hundreds of courses to suit almost any child's interests.

Young people entering grades K-9 can take Horizons summer courses for anywhere from one to ten weeks during the summer months, starting mid-June and ending mid-August.

Age Groups

Courses are divided by age groups: K-2; 3-5; 6-9 and teen.

Courses for K-2 graders are half day, Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 12 Noon.

Courses for 3-5 graders and 6-9 graders are available Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 12 Noon & 1 - 4 pm

Specialty Programs

STEAM Camps encompass collaborative and creative ways of thinking, problem solving, and innovating for the 21st century

Partner with Black Rocket to provide technology and design programs.

Special full-day career focused workshops and SAT prep classes are available for teens.

Courses are taught by highly-qualified instructors, most are teachers in the K-12 system or experienced in their particular craft.

All Campus Documents

Camp Monroe

Before and after-care camps are available for K-9th graders at the Monroe Campus Monday - Friday, extending their day from 7 am - 6 pm making Horizons an excellent summer child care option. Counselors, often education majors, certified in CPR and First Aide, escort students to and from classes, lunch, and camp.

"Camp Monroe on the Road" is a great way to end the summer. Kids visit a different attraction each day.  

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