Over 200 participate in College for Kids. 

August 4, 2022

Gunner Cole holds up a bass he caught in the WSCC pond during the pond ecology class taught by Mark Willis.

Over 200 participate in College for Kids. 

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VICTORY TOWNSHIP — West Shore Community College’s College for Kids program began Monday, Aug. 1 and ends on Friday, Aug. 5. The program has over 212 students ages 9-15 from Mason, Lake, and Manistee counties. The program offers 19 different classes. Students had the option to take one class for half a day or two classes for a full day. Scholarships were provided for the majority of the students. 

While the program hasn’t been held consecutively, it began in the early 1980s. 

Watch the video for more information. 

Students in the cinematography class, taught by Dawson Segraves, make a movie poster.

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