- Summer Classes 2019
- Extended Day Program
- Fees & Payments
- Field Trips
8:30 a.m. – NoonChoose from a variety of classes for children ages 4*-12*All children must be potty-trained.
1. Story, Song and Play- Class Full!For ages 4–5 years* entering PK–K in the Fall 2. Explore, Express, and Expand – Class Full!For ages 4-5 years* entering PK–K in the Fall 3. Books Cook – Class Full!For ages 5-7 entering K-2 in the Fall 4. Giant Steps- Giants of The Earth, Past and Present – Class Full!For ages 5-7 entering K-2 in the Fall 5. A Rainforest AdventureFor ages 5-7 entering K-2 in the Fall 6. Math Around the World – Class Full!For ages 6–8 years entering 1–3 in the Fall 7. Ocean...
Option 1: Noon – 3:00 p.m.Option 2: Noon – 5:30 p.m.Option 3: 3:00 – 5:30 p.m. 1. Ages 4-12 2. Grades PK-6 in the Fall
ALL FEES LISTED ARE FOR 2019Note: All fees are per student. A deposit of $300 per class, per child is required and due with the application. Your child’s spot in class will not be held until a deposit is received regardless of when you registered. $150 of the deposit for each class is a NON-REFUNDABLE PROCESSING FEE.
Some classes include off-campus field trips. These are listed in the class descriptions. An additional fee will be charged to cover the cost of bus transportation. All buses will be required to have seat belts.
The UCLA Summer College Immersion Program (SCIP) is designed for exceptionally high-achieving high school students to provide a real-world introduction to an academic life at UCLA, one of the world's greatest research universities. SCIP students will enroll in two UCLA academic courses while also participating in lectures, seminars, and popular ...
UCLA Lab School promotes innovation and excellence in education through research, outreach, and teaching and learning.
Summer Camp at UCLA Lab School Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. Taught by UCLA Lab School faculty, our classes are designed to actively involve children in the learning process. They provide a boost in science, math, reading, writing, social studies and art, all in the context of a nurturing, caring and fun environment.
The UCLA Game Lab Summer Institute is committed to diversity, and the program welcomes students of all cultural, racial, gender, linguistic, geographic, and socioeconomic backgrounds and physical abilities. Women in particular are encouraged to participate in the program (see Financial Aid, under Fees and Payment, for more information).
- CORE Beliefs
- A Commitment to Diversity
- Board of Advisors
We believe in:Equity 1. Creating a teaching and learning environment that supports all student identities 2. Supporting children’s cognitive, emotional, social and physical development 3. Building a community of caring learners guided by safe school norms 4. Putting into practice an ethic of mutual respect and inclusiveness 5. Promoting interchange of ideas through conversations and dialogue 6. Developing a learning community based on appreciation of differencesCritical Thinking 1. Teaching t...
UCLA Lab School is working on programs to strengthen and enhance teaching and learning in PreK-6 education. Our major areas of focus include: 1. Advancing partnerships with schools and districts in Los Angeles and California 2. Expanding professional development programs for teachers 3. Expanding educational opportunities for students and families in traditionally underserved communities in Los Angeles
“If we are to achieve a richer culture, rich in contrasting values, we must recognize the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so weave a less arbitrary social fabric, one in which each diverse human gift will find a fitting place.” — Margaret Mead (1901-1978, anthropologist)Our diversity is an integral part of who we are as a school community. The diversity of our families, teachers, and staff enhances and enriches the learning environment, provides opportunities for children’s growth, a...
The role of the UCLA Lab School Board of Advisors is to foster community support and further the mission and goals of the school. The board consists of parents of current and former students, community members, lab school faculty members, the dean of the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, and the principal. It serves as a forum for discussion and consultation related to development, finance, and advocacy for the school.
1. Mia Riverton Alpert – Chair 2. Mitch Smelkinson – Vice Chair 3. Jeremy Barber 4. Tamar Chafets 5. Tina Christie 6. Bobby Daly 7. Craig Fox 8. Joyce Friedman 9. Ryan Gates 10. Ben Goldhirsh 11. Rebecca Heneise 12. Sally Katovsich 13. Gauri Kolhatkar 14. Jennifer Lang 15. Amy Lassere 16. Georgia Lazo 17. Sara-Jean Lipmen 18. Leo Marmol 19. Ashley May 20. Vanessa Nacif 21. Mandore Oviedo 22. Akia Pacheco 23. Luz Padua 24. Nikki Parrish 25. Desa Philadelphia 26. Jody Priselac 27. Kal Raustial...
Program End: Friday, July 31, 2020. UCLA Course Credit: CHEM 7 (2 units) Important Note: UCLA has decided to transition all Precollege Summer Institutes to remote learning only. For more information, visit our Updates and Alerts page.
After School and Pupil Free Day Programs Our Extended Day Program offers fee-based care after school until 5:30 p.m. (or 6:00 p.m. for those who register and pay an additional fee). Care is also available on pupil free days and for some parent meetings held in the evenings; on these occasions care is typically provided by UCLA Lab School ...
About our Weekly Virtual Youth Summer Camps. Weekly Camps Enrolling Now. Session 1 (June 22 - July 10) Session 2 (Starts July 13 - August 14) 4 Day Themed Camps: Monday - Thursday, 10:00am - 12:00pm*
SCI|ART LAB + STUDIO SUMMER INSTITUTE. Program Start: Monday, July 27, 2020. Program End: Friday, August 7, 2020 UCLA Course Credit: DESMA 6 (4 units) Important Note: UCLA has decided to transition all Precollege Summer Institutes to remote learning only. For more information, visit our Updates and Alerts page.