Teen Classes/Workshops

  • April 6, 2020

    ACT Science, English, & Reading Review (Spring)

    With Rajiv Khanna. For grades 10-12. This class is a focused review of specific skills needed to ace the science, English, and reading tests on the ACT. Space is limited! You must register at least one week in advance to be guaranteed a book on the first day. Register now for ACT Science, English, & Reading Review (Spring).

    • Venue:
      Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
    • Meets On:
          Mondays, April 6 - May 4
    • Time:
      5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
    • Address:
      251 W. Second Street
      Lexington, KY, 40507
    • Cost:
      $65 (includes book)
  • April 8, 2020

    ACT Math Review (Spring)

    With Rajiv Khanna. For grades 10-12. This class is a focused review of specific math skills needed to ace the math section on the ACT. Space is limited! You must register at least one week in advance to be guaranteed a book on the first day. Register now for ACT Math Review (Spring).

    • Venue:
      Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
    • Meets On:
          Wednesdays, April 8 - May 6
    • Time:
      5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
    • Address:
      251 W. Second Street
      Lexington, KY, 40507
    • Cost:
      $65 (includes book)
  • April 9, 2020

    Math through Dungeons & Dragons (Spring)

    With Elaphe Crubb. GRADES 6-9: Join us for an adventure in learning! This class uses the fantasy role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons to show kids how fun critical thinking, teamwork, and math can be. Through co-operative storytelling, kids learn to work together to solve problems with the tools provided. Math topics covered range from addition and multiplication to algebra and probability, depending on the individual student’s needs. Elaphe Crabb holds multiple degrees in math and engineering from UK, and works with private students in multiple subj...

    • Venue:
      Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
    • Meets On:
          Thursdays, April 9 - May 21
    • Time:
      5:15 pm - 7:15 pm
    • Address:
      251 W. Second Street
      Lexington, KY, 40507
    • Cost:
      FREE
  • April 18, 2020

    Hip-Hop: Lyricism & Leadership

    With Devine Carama. GRADES 9–12: Did you know that hip hop was created in the late 1970s to be a voice for the voiceless in underserved communities? In this upbeat class, we will explore the origins of hip hop culture, which has its root in rap music and community activism. We will create poems and songs for a local nonprofit, write an open letter to the Mayor, and do more activities designed to encourage the creative leader in all of you!

    • Venue:
      Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
    • Meets On:
          Saturdays, April 18 - May 9
    • Time:
      10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    • Address:
      251 W. Second Street
      Lexington, KY, 40507
    • Cost:
      $15
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      Register now for Hip-Hop: Lyricism & Leadership.