Youth Opportunities at LCC
Lansing Community College has great ways to expand the minds of youth! Click on one of the links below to find out more information.
A+ Youth Summer Program
June 20 - August 12, 2016
Energize your summer, meet new friends and experience new and exciting learning opportunities with Summer Youth Programs.
A+ Summer Youth Sports Camps
Students 4th - 8th grade can concentrate on their basketball and volleyball skills at our summer sports camps.
High School Diploma Completion Initiative
Fall 2016 (Apply Now)
August - December, 2016
The High School Diploma Completion Initiative (HSDCI) is a unique opportunity for mid-Michigan students who have disconnected from their high school to jump-start their education and career preparation.
Summer and Fall 2016 (Apply Now)
Dual Enrollment provides an opportunity for qualified high school students to earn college credit while working towards their high school diploma.
LCC Alumni Day at the Zoo
LCC Alumni, students, employees, retirees and their families are invited to a day at the zoo. Free admission, activities, and more!
A+ Youth Police Academy
The A+ Summer Youth Police Academy is a course rich in the study of the law relating to police procedures and public safety.
Learn to Swim
Registration is Ongoing
LCC offers scholarships for swim lessons to eligible community youth ages 9 and younger. Students will improve swimming skills, build confidence in the water and learn personal safety.
Youth Saturday School (GATE)
The LCC Youth Program is offering GATE and A+ Classes for Summer 2016! Our goal is to offer your student a wide variety of opportunities to enjoy high caliber academic pursuit in the fields of technology, science, math, engineering and the arts.
STEMfest for Kids, Grades K - 6
November 5, 2016
STEMfest is a day for the children of LCC's community to come to the campus and experience hands-on interactive, STEM events.
The Early College
Application Deadline - March 25
The Early College at LCC provides mid-Michigan high school juniors the opportunity to earn up to two years of tuition free college credit or an associate degree as a part of their high school learning experience.
Regional Science Olympiad for grades 6 - 12
March 19, 2016
Regional Science Olympiad (RSO) is a science competition with 46 events where teams of 15 students compete. Science Olympiad is a national rigorous standards-based science competition with yearly rotating events, always representing the various components of STEM education.