Center for Creative Education Hosts Summer Programs for Students

The academic arts and digital literacy programs are designed to keep students engaged all summer long.

Photos courtesy of the Center for Creative Education.

Summer is off to an exciting start at the Center for Creative Education (CCE). The West Palm Beach-based organization is hosting its nine-week, in-person Northwood Academy Academic Arts Camp for students entering first through fourth grades. The engaging academic arts program launched on Monday, June 1, and will continue through Friday, July 31. Designed to help ease students back in to the classroom environment after stay-at-home orders necessitated virtual learning, the CCE’s teachers developed a curriculum that focuses on integrating arts education with math, science, and literacy lessons. The interactive lessons with emphasis on creative arts help improve student learning and facilitate classroom engagement.

All students entering first through fourth grades are welcome to register, with priority being given to Northmore Elementary School and Pleasant City Elementary School. Parents can register their children for the camp here.

In addition to the Northwood Academy Academic Arts Camp, the CCE is hosting in-person and virtual summer digital literacy courses to help students develop creative skills, discover passions for digital media, and keep them engaged all summer long. Led by the organization’s Teaching Artists, students can select a course in digital animation or a course that encompasses learning Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, and about digital marketing. The courses run through July 31 and enrollment for each costs $160.

For more information on the Northwood Academy Academic Arts Camp, please visit the Center for Creative Education’s website or email For more information about the digital literacy courses, please email

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