Offered to high school students entering their junior or senior year, this intensive program is for college credit and allows students to explore Woodbury University’s various disciplines.
Offered to Burbank, John Burroughs and Village Christian High School students entering grades 9–12, this program is for high school credit only. Students are able to gain initial credit or recover a grade.
Woodbury School of Architecture is offering a summer architecture camp for students who have completed grades 4–8. Students will work in the computer lab, experiment with 3D printing and laser cutting, and learn about architecture through traditional and digital hand-drawing and model-making exercises. Projects from previous summers include building a group city model, designing building components using the laser cutter,constructing a bridge and testing its strength, and drawing a house using digital software. Classes are held on the Woodbury University campus in Burbank with extended care provided by the trained staff of the Burbank YMCA.