New! Summer Engineering Camp
EXPLORE ENGINEERING for High School Juniors & Seniors
Week long camp - June 23 to June 27, 2014, 9am-4pm
High School Students who successfully complete camp will earn one college credit.
- Modeled after UW-Platteville's program, this one-week course is designed to help juniors and seniors gain a better understanding of the field of engineering
- Site Visits to area firms, including Regal Ware, Signicast, Creative Design Network, and LacLawrann
- Students will spend time with local engineers and then perform hands on experiments to further understanding
- Instructor: Guy Campbell, a UW-Washington County and UW-Platteville Mechanical Engineering lecturer
Youth Theatre: Vaudeville
Saturday, April 26 7:00PM & Sunday, April 27 1:00PM
Tickets will be sold the day/time of the event or call 335-5200 to reserve your tickets.
Adults: $7, Seniors/Children (12 & under): $5
Moraine Youth Choir
M.Y. Choir (ages 8 and up) requires no audition. This group focuses on discovering melody and rhythm through playing (flutophone) and singing, as well as on developing group choral skills. Each child receives his/her own flutophone.
M.Y. Barbershoppers (ages 12-18) are selected by audition. Focusing on 3- and 4-part harmony, they further develop group choral skills and vocal technique, discovering melody, rhythm, harmony and languages in the music of many different styles and places.
A place where you belong! Discover and explore the powerful rhythms, moving melodies, and stunning harmonies of world music. MY Choir will focus on discovering melody and rhythm through playing (flutophone and drums) and singing, as well as on developing group choral skills together. MY Choir will further develop group choral skills and vocal technique as we discover melody, rhythm, and harmony in music of many styles from around the world.
UW Washington County's Amazing Robotics Challenge
Join us for this fun and interactive robotics program. You will build a mobile robot using interchangeable parts, fully programmable by a personal computer.
Flashing lights, moving motors, wheels, levers and arms at your command. Innovation and creativity are required. Styling and originality are rewarded. You will learn about electronics, physics, computer programming and apply what you learn in math class to build a robot. On the last day of class there will be a “competition” between the robots; parents and families are invited to watch.
Students will build the robots in teams of two. Invite a friend or you will be paired with another participant. Fall dates coming soon.
Grades: 4-9, limited enrollment
Summer Camp dates coming soon!
Instructor: John Papenheim, WTCS Certified electronics and robotics instructor
Math Placement Test Prep Workshop
Have your math skills grown rusty? Are you anxious about getting a good score on the math placement test? If so, take the upcoming workshop. $139.00 and ten hours could save you four months!
Your math placement test measures your math skills and your score indicates at what level you start your college math. Placing in the appropriate college level course can save you time and money.
The workshop will cover decimals, fractions, percentages, integers, basic equations and basic geometry. The workshop is designed to ease math anxiety and help students feel more confident about taking the math placement test necessary to register for credit courses at college.
The Math Placement Test Prep Workshop is a non-credit class designed to help students optimize their success on the math placement test.
Summer dates coming soon!
Where: UW-WC, Professor Thapa
ACT Exam Preparation
This three-session course is designed to assist you in preparing for the ACT assessment exam, and is just in time for the fall testing dates. Topics covered include test-taking strategies, English, Math, and Science. Students will also take a practice exam and receive the results in time to brush up before taking the ACT exam. Participants receive a 532 page study guide. Lunch on Saturday is included with tuition.
Spring Session ll
Monday, May 12 4:30pm-8:30pm English & Reading
Saturday, May 17 8:00am-2:30pm Math, Science, and General Information
Monday, May 19 4:30pm-8:30pm Optional Practice Exam
Washington County Youth Orchestra
Join us in playing the standard concert repertoire, such as Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, and Wagner, along with the not-so-standard, such as Video Games Live. Our concert in early May is open to the community.We also play at the UW-WC commencement in mid-May. We have several talented section coaches to lead our monthly sectional rehearsals. Middle and high school musicians are welcome to audition. Contact Dan Ackley at 414-573-7101 to schedule an audition or get more information.WCYO is under the direction of Dr. Daniel Ackley, a member of the UW-WC Music Department, where he has taught since 1994.
Dates: Saturdays, September 14- May 3
Rehearsal Times: 9:30am-11:30am
Spring Concert Date: Sunday, May 4, 3:00pm