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Kids College Summer 2019

PDCCC’s Kids College is our summer enrichment series which offers unique workshops for rising 2nd – 12th graders that are designed to teach new skills, develop new interests and hobbies, and explore future career opportunities.

Registration Information will be available May 2019.

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It’s a Party at Kids College!

A Paint Party, that is! Come join local artist Twyla Duke and learn different paint techniques and learn to create different colors while having fun painting your masterpiece. You do not have to be an artist to paint! Space still available and all materials will be provided.

Register at Kids College for this and other amazing classes!

Come make memories with us this summer!


Little Medical School

Session I
Dates: June 25 – June 29
Times: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Franklin

Session II
Dates: July 30 – August 3
Times: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Smithfield

Ages: Rising 2nd – 6th graders
Instructor: Little Medical School of Hampton Roads faculty
Tuition: $165

Little Medical School introduces young students to medicine, science, and the importance of health in an exciting and entertaining way. Not only will students dress up like doctors, they will also learn to use instruments that doctors use, and be introduced to the surgical process as they experiment with surgical sutures! The program also introduces to children the various bodily systems and their functions, as well as first aid, CPR, and Heimlich maneuver. Each student will bring home a real, working stethoscope in addition to worksheets and other course materials.


Little Veterinarian School

Session I
Dates: July 23 – July 27
Times: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Smithfield

Session II
Dates: August 6 – August 10
Times: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Franklin

Ages: Rising 2nd – 6th graders
Instructor: Little Medical School of Hampton Roads faculty
Tuition: $165

The Little Veterinarian Camp encourages children to explore the exciting world of veterinarians. Using interactive demonstrations, crafts and games, student learn how to take care of a pet and to notice physical issues a pet may be experiencing, how to use instruments that veterinarians use, and what to expect at a veterinarian’s office. Each student will take home his/her own stuffed animal dog at the completion of the camp (which he/she will adopt on the first day and take care of throughout the week).