What makes Oakridge Summer Program a must try?
3 May 2017. Admin . 0 Comments . Vizag
Organized by Oakridge International School, the Summer Champs is an intensive two-week summer program for students of all ages. Kids who are interested in exploring the fun and exciting world of art, Oakridge Summer Program is an opportunity for them to grab as creativity runs wild here all summer long. The program introduces students to a host of fun and interactive themed activities to help improve their art related skills and stimulate their creativity, which allows them to get immersed in its diverse learning opportunities in a fun way.
Being considered as the top education hub in India, Oakridge International School is dedicated to fueling the desire to inculcate the lifelong habit of learning in students, hence brings this incredible fun and learning-filled summer program into life. The summer camp activities are designed in a way for children to have the opportunity to explore their artistic sides. This year Oakridge Summer Champs program will cover the following activities:
- Best Out of waste
- Pottery & Crafts
- Clay Modeling & Fun Painting
- Indian and Western Dance
With the profound positive effects such activities will give your kids an opportunity to explore their interests, develop new & artistic skills, get hands-on experience that a classroom will hardly offer, and meet & interact students with similar interests. Let your little learner craft an unforgettable summer art experience at Oakridge Summer Champs program this year. Summer Champs will take place in two different locations in Visakhapatnam at Daspalla, and Vizianagaram. For more information, you can reach out to our Program in-charge at 9666777004 for Daspalla and 9848742256 for Vizianagaram.
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