Capture the Power of Summer - It's Within Reach!
As Bright Lights heads into its 28th year of summer learning adventures, we want to provide your student with the best possible tools to succeed when they start school again this fall.
Participating in a high-quality Expanded Learning Opportunity such as Bright Lights is associated with:
*Better work habits
*Improved academic performance
*Increased attendance and fewer school absences... Read More
2014 Bright Lights Program Weeks2014 Dates: Week 1: June 2-6; Week 2: June 16-20; Week 3: July 7-11
Pick 2 classes. Make it a day 4 you!
Before care and lunch care are available at the Randolph site (bring your own sack lunch).
2014 Class Availability as of 4/23/14
2014 Program Sites & Field Trips
2014 Bus Sites
2014 Student Forms (Medical, Power Tools, etc.)
Registration Guidelines/2014 Fees & Important Dates
Tuition cost: $115 for a half-day class, $230 for a camp
Additional fees apply to some classes.
Location: Most classes are held at Randolph Elementary School
1024 South 37th Street
Registration: Online registration begins April 1 at noon and completed mail-in registrations will be processed at the same time. Class choice is first-come, first-served.
Classes are available for kindergarten through ninth grade (grade level as of April 1).
Visit "FAQS" OR
"Summer Program Information"
for additional information.
Bright Lights is a non-profit organization that takes learning beyond the classroom by providing youth with unique, motivating, hands-on learning opportunities.
Developed for elementary and middle school students, the Bright Lights program offers experiences that stretch and challenge youth's interests and hobbies.
Classes are offered for elementary and middle school students and provide interesting educational activities in intensive, three-hour daily blocks of time or full-day camps. This allows students the opportunity to pursue focused interests that reinforce skills taught during the school year. At Bright Lights, we strive to offer engaging hands-on learning in the areas of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) in at least 75% of our summer classes and camps.
Teachers are chosen for their ability to engage students in these exciting learning adventures.
Bright Lights is a Lincoln, Nebraska-based organization established in 1987. As a tuition-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit business, with no tax or United Way support, Bright Lights welcomes community
volunteers year-round. Donors are essential to the program.
Bright Lights, Inc.
Federal Tax ID #47-0708499