Titan Youth Programs

California State University, Fullerton

Academic camp

Titan Youth Programs’ academic classes are developed for children and teenagers, from grade two through high school. Taught by experienced K-12 educators, our courses will help your child excel or catch-up in key academic subjects, including writing and math.

Classes are two-hours long and held Monday through Friday on the California State University, Fullerton main campus with an option of extended care. Below you will find a preview of the classes that may be available in the summer. You can view program dates and costs on our Fees & Schedule page.

Please note that grades and ages listed are suggestions. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the class’ suitability for your child.

Writing courses

Early Writer’s Workshop for Grades 3-4

In this course, emphasis will be placed on the writing process—paragraph and sentence structure, descriptive words and phrases for effect, and punctuation and grammar.

Students will explore the various types of writing styles including narrative, informational, and opinion text.

Writing Academy for Grades 5-6

In this course, emphasis will be placed on the writing process—drafting and editing for consistency in style and tone and improved expression.

Students will explore the various types of writing styles including opinion, narrative, and explanatory.

Middle School Writing Workshop for Grades 7-8

This class prepares your child to write at a high school level by developing their writing process. The course covers:

  • Prewriting and brainstorming techniques.
  • Drafting and editing.
  • Writing in a variety of formats, including biographical and expository.
Reading course new!

Reading Comprehension Workshop for Grades 1-2

In this course, emphasis will be placed on reading for understating utilizing close strategies while focusing on sequencing, character traits, plot, summarizing, word studies, author’s purpose, cause and effect, and main idea.

A great class to build confidence for struggling readers and readers who are looking to enhance their comprehension skills.

Math courses

Early Math for Grades 1-2

In this course, students will learn concepts to build upon their knowledge and strengthen their math skills.

Concepts that will be covered in this course are: addition, subtraction, multiplication, place value, standard units of measurement and geometric shapes and their attributes

Brush Up on Your Math for Grades 3-4

In this course, students will learn concepts to build upon their knowledge and strengthen their math skills.

Concepts that will be covered in this course are: multiplication and division equations, place value, round numbers, decimals, fractions, and measurement including area and perimeter.

Brush Up on Your Math for Grades 5-6

In this course, students will learn concepts to build upon their knowledge and strengthen their math skills.

Concepts that will be covered in this course are: algebraic equations, decimals, fractions, general coordinates, real-world mathematical problems involving surface area and volume, and basic statistics.

Pre-Algebra Basics for Grades 6-8

This course introduces your child to pre-algebra basics in preparation for math at the junior high school level. Students will:

  • Review elementary mathematics and principles.
  • Learn signed numbers, and beginning rules for algebraic evaluations and equations.

Algebra I Problem Solving for Grades 7-10

By providing a foundation in problem solving strategies, this class prepares your child for Algebra I. The course covers:

  • Variables and algebra equations, and using formulas to solve equations.
  • Real numbers, integers and consecutive integer problems.
  • Evaluating expressions, and solving equalities and inequalities.

Introduction to High School Geometry for Grades 8-11

This course introduces your child to high school level geometry. Concepts covered include:

  • Geometric definitions, constructions, congruence and measurements.
  • Inductive and deductive reasoning.
  • Construction of proofs using definitions, postulates and theorems focusing on triangle congruence relationships.
Science courses new!

Science for Grades 1-2

This science course offers lessons and activities at the Arboretum that emphasize a variety of topics which include Physical Science; Life Science; and Earth Science.

Concepts that will be covered in this course are adaptation, plant and animal diversity; ecosystems; and sustainability.

Science for Grades 3-4

This science course offers lessons and activities on a variety of topics which include Physical Science; Life Science; and Earth Science.

Concepts that will be covered in this course are biodiversity, conservation, life cycles, and ecosystems.

Science for Grades 5-6

This science course offers lessons and activities on a variety of topics which include Physical Science; Life Science; and Earth Science.

Concepts that will be covered in this course are biodiversity, population of organisms, sustainable resources, and preservation and enhancement of the environment.

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Learn about Tech Camp or join the Titan Youth Programs email list. By joining the list you will also receive program and registration updates.

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