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Academy Bridge Program

Summer Enrichment for Incoming Freshmen


For incoming freshmen in all academies, this two-week program is offered in August. All academy programs run concurrently on campus with both academy-specific activities and combined activities.


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Academy of Engineering

Students will be introduced to woodworking, metalworking, solid modeling, 3-D printing, laser cutting, and coding. By the end of this program, each student will learn to use various tools in the shop, master how to create graphic designs that can be laser engraved onto wood or metal, create 3-D models using industry-grade CAD software, understand how to 3-D print, and learn how to code their own game or website.

Academy of Medical Sciences

Students will be exposed to hands-on experiments that teach proper lab safety and equipment usage, all while putting their newfound knowledge to use. Topics range from first aid and microorganisms to forensics and the human body, and there will be a special emphasis on the importance of mental health and the available resources on campus to help. By the end of this program, students will be well-prepared to enter the world of science coursework and gain the skill sets needed for high school success.

Academy of Arts & Entertainment - Visual Arts

Students will be introduced to the use of camera equipment, including the digital management of photos and footage, along with editing, broadcasting, and phone photography. Additionally, students will dabble in different forms of artistic composition, including drawing and painting with watercolors. By the end of this program, students will have gained the necessary skill sets and entry-level knowledge recommended for potential visual art classes.

Academy of Arts & Entertainment - Performing Arts

Students will dabble between various forms of production art, including dance, public speaking, acting, and improvisation, while also learning about the behind-the-scenes aspects of costume and prop design. By the end of this program, students will have a solid grasp on the ins and outs of the world of performance at Rancho Campana High School.

Registration Details


Dates

Monday - Friday, August 2nd - August 13th

Location

Rancho Campana High School 4235 Mar Vista Dr, Camarillo, CA 93010

Time

8 a.m. - 12 p.m.


Fee: $195.00 (contact us at abp@rcmakes.com to request a need-based partial or full scholarship)