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In partnership with the Capistrano Unified School District, Saddleback College’s Community Enhancement program will be offering after-school educational and enrichment activities for local elementary school students.

During the school year, the program offers five six-week long sessions, beginning Monday, September 23. The program includes more than 200 classes at 35 local elementary schools, offering instruction in art, science, cooking, sports and academic enrichment classes. Courses are taught by CUSD teachers and professional experts.

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