Youth Education Series at Disney Parks

Disney Parks in Florida and California offer a Youth Education Series for students and their teachers.  This program is also available for Homeschooling families, Girl Scouts Troops, and Boy Scout Troops.  My daughter and I will be attending a class this November at Epcot called Experiencing Synergy in Science, and we are very excited.

Epcot, Spaceship Earth

Epcot, Spaceship Earth

The Youth Education Series is a hands-on, educational adventure.  It’s a collection of guided field studies in applied sciences, environmental studies, liberal arts, and leadership development.  This program is accredited, standards based, and designed to reinforce your classroom lessons.  Students will be able to practice teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving skills while your group participates in one of a kind experiences that use the magic of Disney to make learning even more significant.

Useful information about the Program:

  • Guided, in-park educational field studies with courses at Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California.
  • Year-round educational opportunities offered seven days a week.
  • Available to elementary school, middle school, junior high, and high school students of all ages from around the world traveling in groups of 10 or more.  Homeschoolers, Girl Scout Troops, and Boy Scout Troops are welcome.

Groups can register online at:

http://www.disneyyouth.com/our-programs/education/sp/youth-education-series/#categories-youth-education-series

You can also contact me at Jenny.Westbrook@mickeyvacations.com to find out more information about this program, and to find out how you can attend a course during your next Disney World or Disneyland vacation.  This is a great educational option for groups traveling to Disney Parks.

I’ll be doing a detailed post about the course we attend this November.  I’ll try to get as many pictures as I can, but since I will be participating with my daughter, it may be hard to do.  Have any of you ever attended a class at one of the Disney Parks?  I’d love to hear about it.

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