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    Summer Fun – Summer Fun – Summer Fun

    See your grade level counselor if you would like to know more about any of these summer opportunities:

    This is a short list of Summer Activities in Greater Seattle:

    Assistance League Summer Enrichment Scholarships for grades 6-11:

    Scholarships Applications for summer enrichment opportunities are now available. Last year Whitman students attended Camp Colman, Silverwood, Camp Orkila, Coyote Central and other summer camps.  We will have an afterschool session to help you chose the camp you would like and to begin the applications.   Please see Ms. Clauson, Mss Horn and/or your grade level counselor at Whitman if you are interested. 


    The LEEP experience begins in the summer. During an intensive six-week summer session, students learn LEEP’s values: take risks, actively participate, and practice respect for each other and themselves. Students receive individualized instruction while being part of a community of learners.  The program is free, transportation and meals are provided.  For more information or to begin the application process, see Ms. Clauson or Ms. Fraley at Whitman.

    Seattle Theatre Group will be offering SUMMER YOUTH PRGRAMS, including dance, songwriters lab, and overnight camps.  Scholarships are available.  For more information, contact or see Whitman counselor, Ms. Fraley.

    Pacific Science Center will be offering a variety of summer programs for students. Programs include animation, java coding, graphic design, underwater robotics and many more. Scholarships are available. For 8th graders, the Pacific Science Center will offer opportunities for you to earn high school service learning hours. For more information contact or see Ms. Fraley

    Coyote Central offers many different summer workshops for teens 10-15 years of age. Week long workshops include, culinary arts, gravity powered races, hip hop, digital animation, acting and many more. Coyote Central has a generous scholarship program. Check online at or see your grade level counselor for more information and application.

    UW Making Connections Summer Bridge for current 8th graders

    The UW Women’s Center is sponsoring a summer program that prepares 8th graders for high school. Focus is on math, engineering and science. Take a variety of field trips to learn about flying, coding and robotics. Bus tokens and lunch are provided every day. Cost is Free. For more information, contact Kelsey Johnson at or call 206.685.1090 or see your grade level counselor, Ms. Fraley

    Summer Employment with the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department

    Various summer employment opportunities are available with the Parks & Rec Department.    You can apply online or see Ms. Fraley, Ms. Clauson or Ms. Horn for an application.

    YES Program: ages 13-18
    STEP Program: ages 14-19
    SOS Program: Open to current 6, 7 & 8 graders
    For more information and applications: