Adolescent/Pre-Teen Swimming (ages 7-14)

Adolescent/Pre-Teen Swimming (ages 7-14)

Joshua Bernstein, Ph.D., Aqua Therapy License; Vijay Mistry, BA; Logan Cramer, BA, Physical Education.

Participants are classified at the first session to ensure similar swim levels for each group. To enroll, a child must be able to stand in 3-1/2 feet of water.

NON-SWIMMERS/BEGINNERS

Enjoy the water and gain skills.

PEX-748 10 sessions (10 hours) / $195

SA1 Sat, 8:30-9:30am, Feb. 24-May 12 (skip 3/31, 4/7) (Mistry)

SA2 Sat, 11am-noon, Feb. 24-May 12 (skip 3/31, 4/7) (Cramer)

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

To join the intermediate or advanced levels, the child should be able to float front and back, do the cross stroke, and use rhythm breathing.

PEX-749 10 sessions (10 hours) / $195

Sat, 9:30-10:30am, Feb. 24-May 12 (skip 3/31, 4/7) (Mistry)

Sun, 11am-noon, Feb. 25-May 13 (skip 4/1, 8) (Bernstein)

Thurs, 8-9pm, March 1-May 10 (skip 4/5) (Bernstein)

Swim Club Team (ages 7-18)

Swim Club Team (ages 7-18)

Work with swim coach to improve swim techniques & practice lap swimming

Co-Coaches:  Joshua Bernstein, Ph.D.., Aqua Therapy License, and; Daniel Armstrong, M.S., D.P.T. (Doctorate of Physical Therapy)

Welcome to the wonderful world of competition swimming! Our coaches will test and teach your child(ren) in various competitive swimming techniques. Style, racing dive, and turns will be analyzed and remediation is available. Time trials and competing in local and exhibition meets will be provided.

This course also includes F'REE sessions within our Community Swim program

REQUIREMENTS: Advanced swim level, ability to swim in four (4) styles, must be competitive or above.

Note:  Parents who want to attend Community Swimming with their child(ren) must sign up and pay tuition & registration  fee.

PEX-753    20 sessions (29 hours) / $295

Tues. & Sun., Feb. 27-May 15 (skip 4/1, 3, 8), Sunday @ 7-9am & Tuesday @ 5-6pm

Competitive Swim Instruction (ages 7-14)

Competitive Swim Instruction (ages 7-14)

Joshua Bernstein, Ph.D., Aqua Therapy License

Coaching in various competitive swimming techniques. Style, racing dive, and turns analyzed and remediated. Time trials and information on registering and competing in local, regional swimming competitions will be provided.

PEX-750 10 sessions (10 hours) / $195

Wed, 6:30-7:30pm, Feb. 28-May 16 (skip 4/4, 11)

Fri, 6:30-7:30pm, Feb. 23-May 11 (skip 3/30, 4/6)

Learn-To-Swim program ® (ages 7-12)

Learn-To-Swim program ®    (ages 7-12)

Daniel Armstrong, MS, OPT (Doctorate of Physical Therapy), and; Logan Cramer, BA (Physical Education), both  American  Red Cross Certified Lifeguards, Water Safety Instructors, certified by American Swim Coaches Association  (ASCA)

The six-level Learn-to-Swim program is unlike anything offered by other learn to swim programs. Students progress through the various levels at their own pace, mastering the skills in one level before advancing to the next. Each level of the Learn-to-Swim® class includes training in basic water safety and helping others in an emergency, in addition to stroke development. Enrollment limited  to 8 students per class.

PEX-754     10 sessions (7.5 hours) I $205

Leve/1: Introduction to Water Skills

MW-LP      Mon. & Wed., 4:15-5pm, April 9-(ends Mon.) May 14 (skip 4/11)

TR-EP         Tues. & Thurs., 3:30-4:15pm, Aprii10-May 10

Leve/2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills

MW-EP      Mon. & Wed., 3:30-4:15pm, April 9-(ends Mon.) May 14 (skip 4/11)

TR-LP          Tues. & Thurs., 4:15-5pm, April10-May 10

Chinese Academy

Mandarin Chinese and Enrichment Classes

For information regarding Mandarin Chinese and Enrichment Classes, please contact Ms. Yang Xu:

Queensborough Community College

Pre-College, Continuing Education, & Workforce Development

222-05 56 Avenue, Library – 118P

Bayside, NY 11364

718.281.5128

yxu@qcc.cuny.edu

Project Prize

Project Prize

The Liberty Partnerships Program, Project PRIZE, administered by the New York State Education Department, links the College with middle and high schools in the Queens community. It identifies students at risk of dropping out of school and, through various support services, increases their motivation to graduate, pursue post-secondary education and/or meaningful employment. Project PRIZE offers an Afterschool, Summer and Saturday component. The Saturday and Summer components are held at the College. Services provided include academic workshops such as math, literacy, science, test preparation, and tutoring in all subjects. Students receive college and career preparation, mentoring services, individual and family counseling and can also attend enrichment workshops such as chess, graphic design, and drama. For more information, visit Project Prize/

STEM: Apprentice Engineers! (grades 3-6)

STEM: Apprentice Engineers! (grades 3-6)

Cristianna Colella, BA, MA (pending); Research Assistant & Adjunct Lecturer; Queens College

Are you science obsessed?  Do you love solving math problems of all kinds?  Explore the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) by becoming an "Apprentice Engineer". Work on projects (change each semester) related to engineering, electricity, light, ecosystems and other scientific topics. A supply fee of $35 is required on the first day of class payable to instructor

CLX-204      SP I 9 sessions (13.5 hours) I $200 I Sat., 12:30-2pm, March 3-May 12 (skip 3/31, 4/7)

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Teens College Code Academy (All Teen Grades)

Teens College Code Academy (All Teen Grades)

Jessica lngrasselino, Ed.D

Do you have an interest in web design and computer science?  This class will cover the basics of programming fundamentals, mobile development, robotics, web development and design. We will cover programs such as Java and Python with gaming and app development projects.

This course can be a great prerequisite for our Teens College Summer Coding Academy.

CLX-480             9 sessions (18 hours) / $240 / Sat., March 3-May 12 (skip 3/31, 4/7)

SA-B           BEGINNER - 9:30-11:30am

SP-1           INTERMEDIATE - 12:30-2:30pm Note: Must have taken Coding Class previously.

NYS Mandated Assessment English Language Arts (ELA) Test (grades 3 - 8)

NYS Mandated Assessment English Language Arts (ELA) Test (grades 3 - 8)

Test: April 11-17

Focus on test segments, essay responses to oral and written passages dealing with listening, comprehension and writing.

CLX-280 SP-3-8 / 4 sessions (8 hours) / $200 / Sat., 10:15am-12:15pm, March 3-24

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NYS Mandated Assessment Mathematics Test (grades 3 - 8)

NYS Mandated Assessment Mathematics Test (grades 3 - 8)

Test: May 1-8

Review and practice the required skills measured by the new exam, with emphasis on problem solving.

CLX-290 SP-3-8 / 3 sessions (7.5 hours) / $190 / Sat., 10am-12:30pm, April 14-28

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Campus Cultural Centers

Kupferberg Holocaust Center (KHC)Opens in a new window
Kupferberg Holocaust Center Opens in a new window

Using the lessons of the Holocaust to educate current and future generations about the ramifications of unbridled prejudice, racism and stereotyping.

Queensborough Performing Arts CenterOpens in a new window
QPAC: Performing Arts CenterOpens in a new window

QPAC is an invaluable entertainment company in this region with a growing national reputation. The arts at QPAC continues to play a vital role in transforming lives and building stronger communities.

Queensborough Art GalleryOpens in a new window
QCC Art GalleryOpens in a new window

The QCC Art Gallery of the City University of New York is a vital educational and cultural resource for Queensborough Community College, the Borough of Queens and the surrounding communities.