Enrichment Opportunites

Enrichment Opportunities in Olentangy and Central Ohio

Listed below are links, flyers, and information about enrichment opportunities in Olentangy and Central Ohio.  While some of the events listed are district activities, others are not sponsored or supported by Olentangy Schools.  This link is meant to serve an informational purpose, not as an endorsement or promotion of specific outside organizations.

  • Wesleyan Summer Gifted Program
    Since the first camp in 1983, the Wesleyan Summer Gifted Program has been committed to fostering the development of gifted adolescents in the quantitative, verbal and social areas. The teachers are all college professors who possess a special interest in gifted education. Classes are challenging, yet fun. Creativity is emphasized and channeled both directly and indirectly. Many campers return year after year. Dates for 2015 are Sunday, June 21 through Friday, July 3.  For additional information visit the West Virginia Wesleyan College Web site.
  • 2015 Volunteer Opportunities
    The following link provides information and Web site links for a variety of volunteer opportunities.
    2015 Volunteer Opportunities
  • 2015 Summer Camps
    The following link provides information and Web site links for a variety of summer camp opportunities.
    2015 Summer Camps – Updated March 2, 2015
  • Calling All Young Artists
    Each year, TWIG of Nationwide Children’s Hospital selects pieces of children’s artwork and creates beautiful cards, which are sold to raise money for the areas of greatest need within the hospital.  For additional information, view the 2015 TWIG Holiday Cards flier.
  • Cultivating Creativity
    The Cultivating Creativity Student Essay Contest will take place May 1-31, 2015.  Ten winners will receive a college scholarship and their stories on Chipotle Mexican Grill’s cups or bags.
  • Summer Speedreading Courses
    Advanced Reading Concepts Summer Speedreading Courses
  • Speech and Debate Summer Camp
    Upper Arlington Speech and Debate Summer Camp
  • Young Scholars Program Now Accepting Applications
    The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship Program is an undergraduate scholarship program available to high-achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend and graduate from the nation’s best four-year colleges and universities.  Selected from a nationwide pool of applicants, up to 40 students will become Jack Kent Cooke Scholars and have access to funding for up to four years for undergraduate studies.
  • Enrich Columbus
    Enrich Columbus is a local organization that keeps families connected about upcoming enrichment activities for your children via their once-a-month e-mail newsletter sharing upcoming events.  View additional details on the Enrich Columbus Web site.
  • Tips for the College Bound is a free, interactive program for parents and students to attend together.  It is a collection of resources and ideas to consider at they navigate the road ahead.  Tips for the College Bound