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Youth summer programs at Palo Alto College
Palo Alto College will offer a variety of youth summer program opportunities for children ages 2 to 18 in areas focusing on leadership, academics, athletics, and pre-college readiness. The Palo Alto College summer programs include the following:
•Summer Swim at the Aquatic Center: Pre-School Swim (ages 2-4)
•Kids Summer Camp (ages 5-11)
•Summer Swim at the Aquatic Center: Learn to Swim (ages 5-15)
•Alamo Area Aquatic Association Competitive: Age Group Team (ages 8-13)
•Career Discovery Camp (ages 15-18)
•STEM Summer Experience Program (recent high school graduates)
•Summer Swim at the Aquatic Center: Adult Beginning Swim (ages 16 and older)
•Alamo Area Aquatic Association Competitive Swimming: Masters Team (ages 18 and over)
Program dates and times vary by program. Palo Alto College is located at 1400 W. Villaret Blvd. in San Antonio.
For more information, visit alamo.edu/pac/summer-programs.
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