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  • ACT Preparatory Course

    Advantage Educational Programs offers its ACT preparatory courses to juniors and seniors at White Bear Lake High School. Courses are designed for students who wish to improve their test-taking skills and improve their overall scores on the ACT (American College Test).Focal points of this twelve-hour class include diagnostic testing, vocabulary development, intensive mathematical review, reading comprehension improvement, science reasoning, concentration improvement, overcoming test anxiety and time management.Tuition is $140 with all class materials included. Students who participate in an Advantage course may repeat the course as often as they wish in any of our winter/spring, summer or fall classes – FREE OF CHARGE.
  • Art Attack

    Art Attack will be a great way to not only create interesting and unique art pieces, but it also provides an opportunity to explore new ways of making art. All of the projects can be replicated at your own home but warning! IT MIGHT GET MESSY! Also, there will be SLIME! :)Add on Lunch BunchWith lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Arts Alive!

    Enjoy art? Then this club is for you. Watch as art comes alive before your eyes with these fun 3D art projects. We will use a variety of mediums to make your masterpieces come to life.Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can stay with us after your camp/club until 1pm (pick up anytime between the class ending and 1pm). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:05pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • BIT Club (Bakers in Training)

    Get a handle on measuring, following a recipe, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and of course TASTING! In addition to baking (and enjoying) delicious treats, participants will learn about recipes, utensils and kitchen etiquette. By the end of the week you'll be ready to audition for your favorite baking show!Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Bob Ross: Happy Little Trees

    New to painting? Unleash your inner artist and join us for a Bob Ross painting session! Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 11:40am. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Breakfast Around the World

    Getting off to a great start every day requires a GREAT BREAKFAST! Did you ever stop to think about what the word means? It’s right there: “Break”: to stop or interrupt; and “Fast”: eating no food for a period of time, like overnight, when you’re sleeping. So, the word itself explains what we are doing! We will dig out our international cookbooks and make some delicious breakfasts indicative of different cultures. We will compare and contrast the different foods and flavors with our own typical breakfasts! Come and enjoy several Breakfasts of Champions!!Add on Lunch BunchWith lunch bunch, you can stay with us after your camp/club until 1pm (pick up anytime between the class ending and 1pm). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Butterflies and Bees, Oh My!

    Bees & butterflies, some of the smallest creatures on earth, play a huge role in how our ecosystem works. They are not only beautiful but helpful in the future of plants! We'll BEE creating beehives and butterfly wings, as well as meet these fascinating insects as we explore nature together.Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can stay with us after your camp/club until 1pm (pick up anytime between the class ending and 1pm). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Camping 101

    Have you ever been camping? Whether you're a seasoned vet or a beginner - We have the learning basics you need to know to be prepared! We will cover what to pack, equipment to/how use and discuss basic survival skills and lets not forget the Tricks to making the BEST S'MORE!
  • Candy Science

    Do you like candy? Who doesn’t, right? In this camp we will use real science to understand our sweet treats a little better! The different ingredients in candy, plus heat, plus agitation (stirring) cause different chemical and physical reactions to create delicious, edible, sweet delights. We will Make Observations. Form Questions. Form Hypotheses, Conduct Experiments, Analyse the Data, and Draw Conclusions! In other words, we will make candy and learn a few things in the process! Join us!Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can stay with us after your camp/club until 1pm (pick up anytime between the class ending and 1pm). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Canvas & Clay with Kidcreate Studio

    Back by popular demand! Creating with clay and painting on canvas- it just doesn’t get any better than that! In this camp, your child will get to experiment with many different types of art while learning simple step-by-step painting and clay techniques. They will make 3D bears, owls that glow-in-the-dark, a scratchboard painting of a cat and so much more! What a great way for your child to explore the incredible world of art!Add on Lunch BunchWith lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Career Camp

    Are you ready for adulting? Find out during this awesome life-simulation camp! Every other day, we go on a field trip to explore interesting careers and work environments. You will also dive into budgeting, finances, incomes, credit and expense decisions as you take part in the Junior Achievements Finance Park series. Your experience culminates at their facility where you will start adulting with a simulated education, job, income, family, credit score and loan debt. You will create a personal budget for everyday living and navigate through "town," making decisions on housing, eating, transportation, childcare, insurance and more. Will you survive adulting? Find out at Career Camp!
  • Career Sampler

    It’s never too early to think about where you see yourself in the future. Have you ever thought becoming a gemologist working with gems like Diamonds, Rubies, Emeralds, or working with animals and becoming a veterinarian, Social Worker working with families in need or if you have a love for numbers economics or accounting. The possibilities are endless.Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Chess Summer Camp

    All levels welcome. Youth Enrichment League’s {YEL!} summer chess camp works with all levels of students. Beginners learn Piece Movement, Capturing, Check, Checkmate, Castling and more; returning students study intermediate lessons (Pins, Forks, Back Rank Mates, as examples); advanced students will study Elimination of Defense, Opening Theory and other advanced concepts. Our summer camps are fun, fast-paced and packed with information. Battle summer brain drain and procure the necessary tools to beat your dad at chess! Sign up today! Visit YELKids.com for more information.Add on Lunch Bunch - Monday through Thursday ONLYWith lunch bunch, you can stay with us after your camp/club until 1pm (pick up anytime between the class ending and 1pm). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Child & Babysitting Safety Class

    Learn the responsibilities of being a prepared, safe, responsible, and professional babysitter. Topics include starting your own babysitting business, child development, behavior guidance, supervision, proper feeding & diapering techniques, personal safety, medical emergencies, basic first aid care and fire safety. Instructor provides baby dolls, bottles, diaper supplies for hands on participation skills. The course is developed by the American Safety and Health Institute and approved by the American Pediatrics Association. Class participants receive a CABS book and ASHI certification card. Students attend this class independently. Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child. Students can bring a snack.
  • Cinematography

    In this class you will get the chance to write and edit your own short film, learn about and create a stop motion video, and learn how to work with green screen technology. Come join us for a fun time learning all about cinematography.Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can stay with us after your camp/club until 1pm (pick up anytime between the class ending and 1pm). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Comic Book Studio

    Use your superhuman powers to bring your story to life! We will use our imaginations to create an original story and turn it into a comic. We will use apps, websites, and good ol' paper and pencil to create our masterpieces. We will end the week by making a Stop-Motion video of our epic comic creation!Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Community Helpers

    Have you ever wondered about what you might be when you grow up? Or perhaps you would like to know about the people in your community and the ways they help a community function. In this class you will learn about the community helpers and how you can become a community helper today!Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:00pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Cooking Around the World

    Have you ever wondered what kinds of foods are common to eat around the world? Get your taste buds ready to explore new and interesting flavors of food from around the world. Impress others with your skills in creating new unique dishes. Hop on a plane, train, or boat to explore your inner chef. Recipes include, Chinese Chicken Salad, Salsa and Guacamole, and more! We will be focusing on places in Africa, Asia, Australia, South America, and Europe. We will also be doing some fun crafts such as African necklaces, Ojo de Dios, and more! Join for some worldly fun!Add on Lunch BunchWith lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 12:05pm. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Culinary Creations

    Are you a fan of fast-paced competion cooking shows? Do you want to compete against your peers to see who can make the best homemade pasta? This camp is for you! We will spend the week perfecting a 3 course meal. On the final date of camp we will be competing against each other to prepare the best mean for a panel of mystery judges. Add on Lunch BunchWith lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 11:40am. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • DIY Fidget Camp

    In this camp we will be making our own fidget items. We will be making stressballs, fidget spinners, bead spinners and so much more! Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can stay with us after your camp/club until 1pm (pick up anytime between the class ending and 1pm). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 11:40am. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Destination Mars: Rocketry Course

    Launch and watch your very own rocket speed 300 feet into the air! Then it is yours to take home! Students will make and take home multiple rockets of varying difficulty throughout this session. We will use these rockets and airplanes to investigate basic aeronautical concepts including: propulsion, thrust, lift, drag and more. We will also hypothesize about travel in outer space, how to get a United States astronaut to Mars and life on Mars. 
  • Diamond Games

    Come and join us for all kinds of diamond games: Baseball, Kickball, Softball and more!Add on Lunch Bunch With lunch bunch, you can join us before your camp/club starts (arrive as early as 11:30am). Lunch is provided through nutrition services and will be served at 11:40am. If you'd prefer to bring your own lunch, please ensure it is peanut free.
  • Driver's Education

    Students may start driving classes at age 14 1/2, take the Knowledge Test and obtain their Instruction Permit at age 15, and take the Road Test and obtain their Provisional License at age 16. To be eligible to take the Road Test, students must have had their Instruction Permit for a minimum of six months.The Driver's Education Program is divided into two phases:Classroom PhaseThis phase includes the required 30 hours of classroom instruction that prepares the student to take the Minnesota permit test and to take on the responsibility of driving. Classes are offered at North Campus. If a lesson is missed, a make-up lesson can be arranged with the instructor at either the next White Bear session or at another of Safeway's classroom locations.Behind-the-Wheel PhaseAfter students pass the permit test, they are required to complete six hours of driving lessons. The lessons are provided in three, two-hour lessons. The lessons are one-on-one instruction with instructors licensed through the MN Dept. of Public Safety. Students can be picked up from and dropped off at home, school or work. Detailed information about scheduling the behind-the-wheel lessons will be provided.Parent InvolvementParents play a critical role in teen driving process. Safeway encourages parents to attend a parent class or view the online Parent Class videos available to registered students at www.safewaydrivingschool.com. The videos detail Safeway's teen program, GDL requirements, and tips for driving with newly-permitted driver's.Fees$375 per student includes classroom instruction, materials and behind-the-wheel training. Permit and road exam fees are not included.NEW PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS:  Option 1: 1 payment of $375 Option 2: 2 payments of $187.50 (automatic deduction) Option 3: 3 payments of $125 (automatic deduction) *Can't Make Every Lesson?If you miss a lesson, you are responsible for making up that exact lesson number. You can attend any Safeway classroom or any community education program to make up a missed lesson with one proviso: if the class is marked "Class Full" on Safeway's website , please do not attend that class because there might not be room for you. If I'm late for a class or need to leave early, is that okay?We cannot allow students into the classroom more than five minutes late. You cannot leave early from a class. If you need to miss a class for any reason, that’s fine. We have plenty of opportunities for you to make up the class.
  • Driver's Education: A+ Driving School

    Students may start classroom driving lessons at age 14, take the Knowledge Test and obtain their Instruction Permit at age 15, and take the Road Test and obtain their Provisional License at age 16. To be eligible to take the Road Test, students must have had their Instruction Permit for a minimum of six months.The Driver's Education Program is divided into two phases:Classroom PhaseThis phase includes the required 30 hours of classroom instruction that prepares the student to take the Minnesota permit test and to take on the responsibility of driving. Classes are offered at North Campus. If a lesson is missed, a make-up lesson can be arranged with the office at either the next White Bear session or at another of A+'s locations.Behind-the-Wheel PhaseAfter students pass the permit test, they are required to complete six hours of driving lessons. The lessons are provided in three, two-hour lessons. The lessons are one-on-one instruction with instructors licensed through the MN Dept. of Public Safety. Students can be picked up from and dropped off at home, school or work. Detailed information about scheduling the behind-the-wheel lessons will be provided.Parent InvolvementA+ Driving School is proud to offer a parent informational meeting. This is open to ANYONE at any stage of the licensing process. It is an enjoyable 90 minute meeting that will cover the following information and make your student the safest driver possible. * GDL Process and Licensing * Accident Avoidance * A+ Driving School’s classroom policies and BTW scheduling * Parental Guidelines * Insurance Rates and Discounts.  It is a 90 minute informational meeting and we highly recommend it to all the parents of our students. Registration can be done at www.APlusDrivingSchool.net.Fees$375 per student includes classroom instruction, materials and behind-the-wheel training. Permit and road exam fees are not included.NEW PAYMENT PLAN OPTION: Option 1: 1 payment of $375 Option 2: 2 payments of $187.50 (automatic deduction) Option 3: 3 payments of $125 (automatic deduction) *Can't Make Every Lesson? If you miss a lesson, you are responsible for making up that exact lesson number. You can attend any A+ classroom or any community education program to make up a missed lesson. Please EMAIL the office the day before so we can add the student to the attendance roster.