Sunday Enrichment Programs @ CCA

Starting in 2019, inGenius will offer Sunday enrichment programs at Canyon Crest Academy during the school year.
Address: 5951 Village Center Loop Rd
San Diego, CA 92130

Enrollment by semester:
Fall Semester: Sept 22, 2019 to Jan 26, 2020 (15 sessions in fall 2019)
Spring Semester: Feb 02, 2020 to May 17, 2020 (15 sessions in spring 2020)
Each class has 30 sessions (15 sessions in fall 2019 and 15 sessions in spring 2020)
Each session is 1.5 hour

Tuition and materials fee per semester:

  • Art class (per semester): $399 tuition + $50 materials
  • Java Programming (per semester): $399 tuition + $25 materials
  • USA Computing Olympiad Workshop (per semester): $449 tuition + $25 materials

Discounts and Specials:

  • Sibling Discount: Get 5% Sibling Discount off the lower tuition amount for families enrolling two or more students.

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Calendar

Class Description

Java Programming I (Fall Semester)
& Java Programming II  (Spring Semester)
Age: 9 years old & up

This course provides an introduction to the Java/C++ programming language with a focus on procedural programming and brief instruction to object-oriented concept. Students will learn:
Data types, Variables, Conditions, Loops, Arrays, String processing, Nested conditions, Nested loops, Functions, Classes, Introduction to basic sorting and binary search.

USA Computing Olympiad Workshop (Fall & Spring Semester) 
Age: 10 years old & up

This is a class for students who participate in USACO contests and training. All new participants in USACO contests start out in the bronze division, and those who score particularly well in their current division will be promoted to the next division for future contests. The workshops will build on top of our regular computer classes and are problem solving-based and the curriculum is aligned with USA Computing Olympiad (USACO).
Eligibility Requirements (meet one of the following requirements):
– Took Java/C++ Programming Level  I & II
– Took AP Computer Science course

Art Classes (Fall & Spring Semester) 
Age: 5-8 year and 9+ year

Topic Description    
Drawing Methods Students will explore and be introduced to a variety of traditional drawing tools including graphite, charcoal, pen, and  blending stumps.
Drawing with Graphite and Charcoal Students will explore and work with various types of graphite pencil, charcoal, and other traditional tools.  For the cumulative ask of the class, students will have an opportunity to create a small still life with graphite and chalk.
Exploring the Color Wheel Students will be introduced to beginning color theory.  In this class, they will explore the color wheel, as well as learning and creating hues, tints, and shades.
Color Mixing and Methods Students will learn in the class what relationships the various colors have with each other.  They will create secondary and tertiary colors from the primaries, and explore in depth the correct methods to create colors instead of using premade.
Soft Pastel Exploration Students will have the opportunity to explore the world of soft pastels.  Pastels are pure powdered pigment.  They are easily blended, almost like a chalk. For the cumulative ask of the class, students will have an opportunity to create a small still life with soft pastels.
Watercolor Techniques Students will have the opportunity to explore various types of watercolor including tube, pan, and liquid.  They will learn the techniques and benefits of the various types.  At the end of the class, students will have an opportunity to create a small still life with their choice of watercolor.
3-D Art and Sculpture Students will explore various sculpture mediums including clays, chipboard, and acetate.  Us the different tools and mediums, students will be create figure sculptures, minimalist sculptures, and mobiles.
Mixed Media Exploration Students will use various mediums to create meaningful and significant projects.  They will experiment with inks, paints, and crayons.  
Repurposed Art Exploration Students will explore how items found around the house can be repurposed into meaningful and significant art projects.
Comic and Illustration Exploration Students will explore the world of comics and learn what it takes to be an illustrator.  Comics play a large role in today’s societal identities around the world.   For the cumulative ask of the class, students will have the opportunity to create a multi panel comic.
 Art from Around the World Students will learn about and create various  art from around the world.  Projects will include Itajime Shibori and Suminagashi from Japan, Frescos from Greece and Rome, and black light artwork popular in the United States in the 1970s.
Watercolor Techniques II Students will have the opportunity to explore more in depth artist quality watercolor.  For the cumulative ask of the class, students will have an opportunity to create a small still life with watercolor paint.
Oil Painting Exploration Students will have the opportunity to explore the world of oil paints.  For the cumulative ask of the class, students will have an opportunity to create a small still life with oil paint.
Acrylic Painting Methods Students will have the opportunity to explore various types of watercolor including tube, pan, and liquid.  They will learn the techniques and benefits of the various types.  For the cumulative ask of the class, students will have an opportunity to create a small still life with acrylic paint.
Non-traditional Painting methods Students will have the opportunity to explore various other ways to paint besides a traditional brush.  These will include action painting, string painting, and other methods.
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