Younger students find learning and fun at Illinois State
The summer months are an active time at Illinois State, which provides a variety of educational and athletic opportunities for younger students. Registration is continuing for this summer’s activities, with offerings from the preschool level up through high school.
College for Youth provides a variety of classes in June and July. Topics range from cooking and digital photography to Spanish, insects, art, and chess. A full schedule is available online at www.cfy.IllinoisState.edu.
The College of Fine Arts is the place for students interested in a music camp, or the chance to take the stage while studying and performing Shakespeare. Information is available online at www.cfa.ilstu.edu/community.
Young people looking for more physical action will be drawn to the Gamma Phi Circus camps, which teach a variety of circus skills. Learn more at GammaPhiCircus.IllinoisState.edu. Camps offered through Athletics also keep kids moving, with options available in 12 sports. Go to goredbirds.com/camps/ilsu-camps.html for details.