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State Wide Summer Opportunities

Classroom Antics Tech Camps

Kids learn what they love by creating video games, producing stop-motion animation movies, coding computer programs, modding in Minecraft, or engineering LEGO robots in a Classroom Antics Tech Camp! Join other kids ages 7-14 attending our affordable weeklong Tech Camps. Limited space available so REGISTER EARLY at

Classroom Antics is a leading provider of technology education focused on developing, inspiring, and enriching the lives of kids through educational hands-on programs that promote creativity and teamwork.

Program Dates:
6/5/2017 9:00:00 AM to 8/11/2017 4:00:00 PM


Director of Marketing Tara Foote
Classroom Antics

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Summer Camps are offered in Multiple Cities throughout Ohio.

CLEVELAND / AKRON / CANTON – Beachwood, Berea, Brecksville, Brunswick, Fairlawn, Green-Uniontown, Hudson, Kirtland, Medina, North Ridgeville, Orange, Parma Hts, Solon, Westlake

COLUMBUS – Dublin, Grove City, Hilliard, New Albany-Gahanna, Pickerington, Powell, Westerville, Worthington

CINCINNATI / DAYTON / N. KENTUCKY – Anderson, Blue Ash, Cheviot-Bridgetown, Fairfield, Florence, Liberty Twp-West Chester, Loveland, Madeira, Mariemont-Newtown, Mason

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Summer Academic and Honors Institute at Ohio Northern University

Summer Academic and Honors Institute at Ohio Northern University

SAHI Stem courses utilize four areas of the Ohio Revised Science Standards and Model Curriculum: Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Chemistry and Physics. These courses address specific areas of the standards and use guiding principles such as Definition of Science, Scientific Inquiry, 21st Century Skills, Technological Design, and Depth of Content, all while implementing assessment tools developed especially to be congruent with the standards. Faculty expertise includes subject areas such as cell, molecular, genetics, general chemistry, biochemistry, and organic and analytical chemistry and a thorough understanding of contextual analysis. These subjects utilize specific scientific content to bolster the goal of the integration of an extended curriculum using the scientific inquiry/learning cycle to develop skillsets for the application of specific science content of multiple disciplines for problem-solving and deeper, lifelong learning. The idea of knowledge transfer in context is one found in a July 2012 report from the National Research Council, “Assessing 21st Century Skills: Summary of a Workshop.”

Week long course descriptions can be found on the Ohio Northern

University Website at

Week June 11-16  Courses include:

Art & Design

Astronomy & Physics

Human Anatomy & Histology


Forensic Science (Basic) 


Week June 18-23 Courses include



Sports Sciences

Forensic Science (Basic)


Week June 25-30 Courses include

Forensic Science (Advanced)



Please sign-up for a single course each week and earn a transferrable college credit each week. Hurry - class seats are filling fast.

Program Dates:
6/11/2017 9:00:00 AM to 6/30/2017 5:00:00 PM

6/6/2017 4:30:00 PM

Director of SAHI Dennis De Luca, Ph.D.
Ohio Northern University

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About Ohio Northern University

Founded in 1871, Ohio Northern University is a private, comprehensive, United Methodist affiliated, Liberal Arts University. ONU is known for its solid educational programs and excellent networking connections with employers. ONU is located in the village of Ada, a small town of 5,000 residents. The safe, scenic, modern campus covers 285 acres where modern facilities and a small town atmosphere provide a unique educational blend that compliments the friendly environment found on campus.

Campus residence hall to be used this summer for the Summer Academic and Honors Institute will be the Affinity Northwest Complex. These rooms/suites are provided with individually controlled air-conditioning units.

Instructional facilities provide many opportunities for hands-on interactions.

         Biggs Engineering building provides the backdrop for electrical, mechanical, and civil engineering studies.

         The Burgett Wing of the Wesley Center Complex houses the philosophy and religion department and contains comfortable classrooms to foster discussion.

         The Freed Center for the Performing Arts features state of the art production support for both large and small theatrical endeavors.

         Hill Memorial contains the department of history, political science and criminal justice.

         James F. Dicke Hall, home of the College of Business Administration, has the latest in communication technology for entrepreneurial and business resources.

         Mathile Center for Natural Sciences and Meyer Hall houses the departments of biological sciences, chemistry and biochemistry, physics and astronomy, and mathematics.

         Robertson-Evans Pharmacy Building provides  laboratories for pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences.

         Student Health Center provides basic care and is staffed at all times by a registered nurse and a physician who has daily hours.

         Taft Memorial is home to the department of technological studies.  Robotics laboratories and CAD design labs are among the many high tech areas for study.

Wilson Art Center contains classroom studios for sculpture, ceramics, and graphic design as well as labs are among the many high tech areas for study.

Grade Levels Served:
9 through 12

Appoximate Cost to Participate:
$495.00 some weeklong courses have a special fee for field trips and supplies, room and board are included in this pricing

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