College isn’t just for students 17 and older. AACC’s Kindermusk classes serve students as young as 18 months old. Even preschoolers can get in on the learning through AACC’s Kids in College summer camps and AACC’s Child Development Center. But for those in kindergarten through high school, options abound.
Kids in College
Outstanding summer camps for all children, and evening and weekend courses throughout the school year.
Open to all students 15 years and 9 months or older.
Explore and Middle School Scholars
Anne Arundel County Public School students identified as Gifted and Talented can enroll in EXPLORE (K- grade 5) or Middle School Scholars (grades 6-8) summer camps and courses held evenings and weekends throughout the school year.
Anne Arundel County public high school sophomores and older can get a jumpstart on a college education by taking college-level classes taught at AACC locations and pay only 50% of the tuition.
Anne Arundel County high school students can earn college credits for selected courses they take in high school.
African American high school seniors who plan to be the first in their families to attend college learn what it takes to be successful in this four-week summer program.
Summer Bridge Adelante
Hispanic high school seniors who plan to be the first in their families to attend college learn what it takes to be successful in this two-week summer program.
Visit AACC’s Events page often for special events specifically of interest to families and K-12 youth, including outdoor movies, science night, Lego competitions, Turkey Trot 5K run, astronomy night, performing arts and more.