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Summer Camp 2015

The summer sun is setting leaving us with a beautiful sunset to remind us of the many memories created and shared. The memories of meeting new friends, exciting science projects, clever Chinese art activities, and the time we spent together. While your child has learned and grown in different ways over the summer at our center, so has our staff. We were graced with the chance to meet many wonderful students who attended, and with sorrowful and heavy hearts we bid farewell. As the sun sets on this summer a new sun will most certainly rise and we hope that they are better equipped for their new journey and challenges which they face.


As Winnie-the-Pooh said, “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”


We hope you enjoyed the time with us!

-Genius Learning Staff


Genius Learning offers educational and exciting summer camp. Students will participate in core academic program in Mandarin Language Arts and Math in the morning while being immersed in unique themes loaded with hands on activities in the afternoon. Here are the highlights of 2015 Summer Camp!

June 15-19

Culinary Arts

Summer is a good time to learn about scientific fundamentals behind the food we love to eat. Children will learn to cook and explore the science in the kitchen.

June 22-26


Summer is a great time to exercise imagination and build things with their hands. Children will learn to collaborate and problem solve in the process of exploring the science of engineering. 

June 28-July 2*


This week students will learn about the basic concept of chemistry, mixing two chemical to form a new chemical. Students will become familiar with scientific terms and engage in thinking process.

July 6-10

Engineering 2

Students will gain deeper understanding of how things work. Children will learn to design and build model to explain how their mechanism works.

July 6-10

Engineering 2

Students will gain deeper understanding of how things work. Children will learn to design and build model to explain how their mechanism works.

July 13-17


Students will learn the about the Mars Curiosity Rover, rockets and planes. Children will be challenge to build the models to present their understanding.

July 20-24

Art & Design

Students will be immersed in fun and challenging projects with topics ranging from painting, print making, t-shirt design…and more.

July 27-31


Students will learn to build and program robot to develop skills and understanding in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 

August 3-7

Bubbles & Balloons

Summer is an excellent time to play with bubbles and balloons, Children will play with bubbles, water balloon piñata, water balloon hunt while at the same learn about the air pressure, polymers…etc.

August 10-14

Drama & Play

Students will learn about Chinese idioms. Working in groups, students will write scripts, create costumes & prop, and present their skits through drama & play. Yes…it will be in Mandarin!

August 17-21


Summer is a great time for cartooning adventures! Children will discover the world of cartooning for the first time ever and learn about the science behind and around it.


August 24-28

Art & Science

A variety of enriching and creative projects are introduced to students to stimulate their creative mind. At the same time, students about the science behind and around them.


Class Schedule


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Summer Program Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:

1. Can my child participate on a per day basis?
     Sorry, only the weekly option is available.

2. Can I register my child for different sessions as we go through the summer?

     Yes, you can.


3. Instead of AM/PM selection, can my child participate between 10 AM -3 PM and pay half day camp fee?
     Full day camp fee will be accessed even with late drop-off and early pick-up.


4. If my student is in the afternoon class, can he/she come earlier to eat lunch with the other students?

     Yes, your student may come earlier to eat lunch.


5. Can children’s lunch be heated?  Do we have to pack our own snacks?
     Yes, we can heat children's lunch. Parents will need to prepare lunches and snacks. Please no soft drinks and candy. Also, due to the        

     high number of students with severe nut allergies, please do not prepare food containing peanuts.  If you prefer, you can order lunch at        $15/week.


6.  What number to contact the school for late pick up or any other emergency?

      Teacher Dennis 650-666-7726


7. If my student misses a day/days in a week, can he/she make it up in a different week?
     Sorry, no make-up days are available.

8.  Can I switch around the weeks that I registered?
      It's only allowed if we are given two weeks notice.  Students can stay in a class only if his/her name appears on the camper list.

9.  Where is the location?
      Our location is at 700 Peninsula Avenue, Burlingame.

10.  Is there any outdoor time?
        Yes, we have big shaded playground.


11.  Are there any discounts for siblings?

       Yes, there is a 10% discount for the second student. 


12. If I register for more than one week, do I need to pay the tuition all at once?

      Yes, but you may pay using separate checks. If the tuition is paid using a separate check, it will only be deposited at the beginning of the       registered week. The tuition check should be included with the registration forms. 


There have been some questions about the format of the summer program from parents. Summer program has a lot more hands-on activities, crafts, and Chinese culture than regular school year program. 

We look forward to spending a fun summer with your child(ren)!


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