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Driver’s Ed, SAT College Entrance Exam Prep Among Offerings in High School Summer Program

Classes allow students in 9th-12th grade to gain valuable skills and get an academic jumpstart

Published on Sunday, May 29, 2011 | 5:17 am
 

Students entering 9th through 12th grade can get their driver’s “pink slip” as well as to take the SAT college entrance exam, by enrolling in the Pasadena Educational Foundation’s High School Summer Program. The program takes place at Marshall Fundamental High School from July 5 to August 5, Monday through Friday. Registration is now open to all area high school students. Marshall is located at 990 N. Allen Ave. in Pasadena.

Classes offered this year include SAT Prep, Driver’s Ed, Art, Cartooning & Graphic Novels, Computer Building and Repair, Computer Science/Game Programming, Masterful Writing, Photography, Spanish II, Geometry, FitnessGram, Pre-Calculus and AP European History.

All classes are taught by credentialed teachers who have individualized the material.

Registration: PUSD Students: $150 – $300. Non-PUSD Students: $175 – $350.

PEF also offers financial aid. For a brochure and more information call PEF at 626-396-3600 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 626-396-3600 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, ext. 88350 or visit www.pasedfoundation.org.

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