Looking for a fun and educational summer program for your child? Then check out Gillispie School‘s Summer Session program which offers a large and unique list of class offerings.
The Gillispie School, located in the village of La Jolla, summertime programming will keep your students fully engaged in purposeful learning and warm-weather fun. Its 2013 elementary program promises exciting offerings such as Fencing, Digital Photography, Who Wants to be a DJ, and American Girls, as well as perennial favorites: LEGO® construction with Play-Well instructors, theater, reading, sports, and art classes.
To learn more, contact Kimberly Haas, Summer Session Director at email@example.com or (858) 459-3773, ext. 105. Gillispie’s summer session is built on the School’s mission that states in part: “Our program serves as a springboard for children’s love of learning, creativity, and readiness for the future.”
The summer session programs are open to all students throughout San Diego.
Dates: Start dates begin June 17 and run throughout the summer until August 9.
Cost: Prices range from $130 to $400.
Ages: Grades K-6.
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