SUNY Ulster offers courses, test prep, and camps that have been designed specifically for kids and teens. Our College for Kids & Teens and Camp Ulster offerings provide learning opportunities and fun-filled challenges for your child to become a life-long learner. Your child will develop new skills, make new friends, and enjoy new enriching experience in athletics, the arts and academics.
SUNY Ulster's Camp Ulster has been offering children’s summer programs for over 25 years! Prepare yourself for a summer full of excitement, friends, and knowledge as you participate in our various specialty camps.
Summertime is playtime – time for playing sports, running through sprinklers, and being creative. Our camps are filled with activities to keep boys and girls busy and happy during the summer months. They are staffed by creative and energetic instructors and local teachers.
All camps are held on the main campus in Stone Ridge, consisting of 165 acres of sloping meadowland and apple orchards, and offering majestic views of the Catskill Mountains to the west and the Shawangunks to the south.
Descriptions & Additional Information
By Mail: Registration Form
By Phone: 845-339-2025 or By FAX: 845-339-0780
Directions to our Stone Ridge Campus.
College for Kids & Teens
College for Kids and Teens offers a variety of noncredit courses, primarily in the spring and fall semesters, for kids, pre-teens and teens, with or without their parent(s) enrolling in the course. Courses are designed for academic improvement and personal enrichment.
Types of courses include: test preparation, music, art, fitness, sports, and language.
Classes are conveniently scheduled for afternoons, evenings and weekends at the Stone
Ridge campus or the Business Resource Center in Kingston. NOTE: Classes can be set
up at off-campus facilities such as a local school. When this happens, the location
will be noted in the course description.
Get ready to take the SAT! Our Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) preparation courses include all the materials and information your child will need to perform well on the SAT exam in a classroom or online.
The SAT is a standardized test owned and published by the College Entrance Examination Board and required by many colleges and universities, and more than two million students take the SAT every year.
SAT TEST DATES: The SAT test is not administered in September. SAT tests are offered seven times a year in the U.S. (October, November, December, January, March, May, June). The formula: SAT test dates fall on the first Saturday in November, December, May and June;the second Saturday in October and March; and the fourth Saturday in January. Sunday administrations usually occur the day after each Saturday test date for students who cannot test on Saturday due to religious observance.
Contact your high school guidance counselor for additional information on registering for the official SAT test. Most students take the SAT for the first time during the spring of their junior year and a second time during the fall of their senior year of high school.
We also offer a number of driver training and safety programs which are open to qualified 16 year olds.
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