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Parents of school-age children and adolescents

The College of Education’s Reading Clinic offers one-on-one tutoring for students in K-5 through 12th grade on reading and writing skills during the Spring Semester each year.  Interested parents should contact Dee Palmer dee@uga.edu, 542-7866, at the Reading Clinic in the Fall to place their names on the list for spring tutoring.  The cost is $25 for the Semester and includes 10 to 12 one-hour sessions.

UGA Empowered Youth Program (EYP)  is an academic enrichment program for students in Clarke and surrounding counties that focuses on providing developmental and comprehensive support for children and adolescents, Pre-K through 12th grade from all cultural and ethnic backgrounds.  

UGA Young Dawgs Program is a high school internship program designed to prepare high-achieving high school juniors and seniors for post-secondary education and future careers in their areas of interest.

UGA Center for Continuing Education Youth Programs offer Summer Academy Camps, Test Prep Courses, Summer Reading Programs, and more.  

Georgia Athletics offers sports camps and clinics for all ages in baseball, football, basketball, golf, tennis, softball, swimming, track & field, gymnastics, soccer, tennis, volleyball, and cheer & dance.

P.R.I.D.E. Program for teen drivers, offered by the Georgia Traffic Injury and Prevention Institute, is a free, national award-winning two-hour course designed to help parents and their teens learn what they need to do during Georgia's 40-hour supervised practice driving law.

 

Revised 7.27.16