Chinese Program for Grades 6th-12th


Sessions II: 6-12 Middle School & High School Students

Students in this session will be divided into 3 classes: 6th - 8th grades; 9th - 12th grade, and a Continuation Class for students who have had previous Chinese. Students will have 16 face-to-face instructional hours per week, and an additional two hours per week through a distance-learning format. In addition to the Chinese language component, the course will also include several hands-on workshops conducted by native Chinese on topics such as dance, watercolor and calligraphy. Students who meet the age and GPA eligibility criteria and who successfully complete the course are able to receive four college (semester) credits in Chinese language. Students who do not meet the eligibility criteria for college credit can apply for high school credit. Cost: $50 for high school credit*;  $227 for college credit. Scholarships available.

The camp session will meet 4 days per week, 5 hours per day, 9:00-2:00, Monday-Thursday, beginning Monday, June 29th, and ending Thursday, July 23rd. There will be no class on Friday, July 3rd.

*Please note that the ultimate decision to award high school credit lies with your high school; we cannot guarantee you will receive high school credit. Nevertheless, we recommend that students choose this option if they are planning to apply for high school credit because it provides a transcript that students can present to their high school.

We will begin reviewing applications mid-to-late May. Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, we are unable to let you know if we have received one for your child, or if it is complete.
We will, however, notify you if we need more information.

Have a younger student who is interested? Learn about our program 'Get to Know Panda.'

**Startalk is a component program of the National Strategic Language Initiative (NSLI). To learn more about Startalk:

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Email Us:

Professor Ben Semple
Project Director
(509) 313-6783

Professor Yvonne Quigley
Teacher Supervisor
(509) 313-3887

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