Brain Works: Good for the Brain

Please mark your calendars for another exciting, brain-boosting summer with Brain Works! 

Join us for the fourth summer of Brain Works! Brain Works at Cathedral School for Boys is a co-ed summer program focused on enriching, engaging, and inspiring students via a variety of academically-minded classes and workshops. 
We will be joined again by Code NinjaZ and explore block-based coding (Scratch, Code NinjaZ takes programming to the next level by teaching CSB students computational thinking, technical troubleshooting, and front end web developing in the languages of HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Other classes offered at Brain Works include cooking, simple machines, garden artists, robotics, and soccer. 
Details: Designed for girls and boys entering first through eighth grade, Brain Works will take place from June 13 to June 29 (no weekend days). The day is divided into a morning and afternoon session. Students may attend either the morning session only (2 classes), or a full-day of classes (3 classes). The morning session will take place from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and the full day runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The final day of the program is a half-day and consists of an exposition where students will share their hard work and projects with attendees.

Thursday, June 29 is Brain Works' 1/2 day expo! 

Brain Works 2017 features even more great STEM, liberal arts, and physical education classes!
To check out our brochure of classes, click here.
To register, click here.

Registration and a nonrefundable deposit of $50 are due by March 31, 2017 to hold your child's place. Final payment of the balance of tuition is due by May 1, 2017.
To pay, click here.
Questions?: Contact Jennie Rozsa, Brain Works Director

Cathedral School for Boys

1275 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Main phone 415.771.6600 Fax 415.771.2547
Located in San Francisco, CA, Cathedral School for Boys is an independent elementary school for boys in grades K-8. Our mission is to provide an excellent education through intellectual inquiry and rigor that is centered in the Episcopal tradition and is respectful of and welcoming to people of all religious traditions and beliefs.