Spanish Summer Camps (ages 10-13) - Summer 2016

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Mon, 6/6/2016 - Fri, 7/1/2016
Occurs each week on M/Tu/W/Th/F
Please note: this event occurred in the past!

Event Type:

Summer Camp

Participation Details:

  • Fee required
  • Registration/Application required
  • Participation is limited:
    Open to children ages 10-13.



  • (217) 300-7592 or (217) 265-9002


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The University Language Academy's summer Spanish camp for youth is an accelerated academic program focused on improving learners’ comprehension and communication skills in Spanish. Classes have a strong emphasis on conversation and literacy skills. We welcome beginners as well as experienced learners, including those raised with Spanish in the household. Native or near-native speakers teach classes entirely in Spanish with extensive experience in language instruction.

Dates & Times

June 6 – July 1, 2016 (4 week session).

Time: 1:30 – 5:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)

Camp Information

Food: Campers must bring their own snacks/lunch. We are a nut-free environment.

Location: Foreign Languages Building, 707 Mathews St., Urbana. Students will also take weekly excursions around campus to put their language skills to work in real-life situations.

Weekly Themes

Each week is centered on the language and culture of a Spanish-speaking region of the world. Lessons that highlight traditions, cuisine, pastimes, and history promote intercultural awareness through the use of authentic texts, videos, and activities.

Registration & Tuition

  • Full registration information available on the University Language Academy Enroll Now webpage.
  • NOTE: Separate registration forms for Ages 4-9 and for Ages 10-13.
  • Tuition: $640 tuition (4 week session) and $50 registration fee. 
  • Sibling discount available.
  • Required MaterialEspañol Santillana -1A – Student Edition with Audio CD.

Counties Impacted:

University of Illinois
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