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High school learning lab offers summer workshops

Posted May 19, 2015

The Wade Edwards Learning Lab in Raleigh will offer six weeks of enrichment and academic summer workshops for Wake County teens.

The low-cost programs offer students an opportunity to hone academic skills, get ready for the new school year or try out a new interest or trade. The programs begin June 22 and run through the week of July 27. They are open to rising seventh graders and up.

Topics include Explore Engineering; Creative Writing; Math 1, 2, & 3; Yoga Boot Camp; Hi-Tech Teens; Skills to Pay the Bills; Pinterest Party; and more. Most workshops are $35 and are half day. This year, the learning lab is partnering with Wake County 4-H to offer the iThrive Academy free to qualifying families.

Registration is live on the learning lab's website, where you also can get more information.

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