Summer/Fall 2024 Registration


May 1

A group of students from the 2019 Upward Bound group on a hike

Upward Bound Summer Academy 2020

Upward Bound Summer Academy (UBSA) 2020 is going virtual this year, offering on-line education and fun! UBSA runs 6 weeks, from June 15- July 24, Monday-Friday, with four local field trips. We have 38 students going into their Junior or Senior year at Astoria, Warrenton and Seaside High Schools attending our virtual Upward Bound Summer Academy this year. Students have the choice of taking four out of eight classes offered over the next six weeks. The classes we are offering include:

English and Literature, Troy Henri: Students will work on scholarship and college application essays, an activities chart and a resume. Students will also read and discus poetry. Students will receive feedback on their writing and help refining their essays and resume.

Math, Matt Bisek: Students will work on the ALEKS online math program. Staff will be available to both monitor progress as well as answer specific math related questions. ALEKS will help them stay on track with their math studies during this extended break. The placement tests can help students place into college level math classes after their senior year.

Foreign Language, Matt Bisek: UB will purchase everyone in this class a lifetime subscription to Rosetta Stone which is one of the best online language learning platform. The student can choose to study many different languages and learn foreign languages not only this summer but for your lifetime. This works well on computers and smart phones.

Environmental Science of the Pacific Northwest, Jon Graves: Students will learn about physical geography, oceanography, estuarine ecology and geology of our region. Local examples and virtual field trips will accompany this class. You will learn more in-depth knowledge about our region.

Electronic Music Production, Stephen Shumaker: Students will learn the basics of using software and electronic instruments to create their own music. Synthesizers and other equipment may be loaned to students. Topics in acoustics and audio engineering will also be covered. This course is recommended for anyone interested in the intersection between music and computer science.

Art and the Environment, Brian Vollner: Famous artists like Van Gogh, Munch, Hopper, and Matisse have all celebrated the spaces that they saw daily. For this class, students will be given an opportunity to make artworks that explore what is closest to them; the things that are often overlooked or taken for granted. We will be doing a series of projects throughout the summer that range in scope and difficulty – to build your technical and conceptual artistic skills. 

Virtual Community Service, Troy Henri: Students will be introduced to many community service options to get volunteer hours while keeping appropriate social distancing. Students can use these volunteer opportunities to build their resumes, which could help with applications for admissions and scholarships. The first couple of weeks will explore different types of virtual community service, and students will be doing actual community service during the last several weeks.

Anatomy through Yoga, Julia Mabry: In this class, students will learn the action and function of major muscles and joints by experiencing their movements through yoga in their own body.  Through active yoga practice and some lecture, students will learn how they can stretch and strengthen to create balance in their muscles and improve alignment of their joints, including your spine, shoulders, ankles, and feet. Students will improve their balance, body awareness, and learn 20 foundational yoga poses.

Field Trips: We are limiting field trips to 10 people each Friday and students are limited to one field trip so they are in a cohort of 10. Students and staff will all wear facemasks (donated by CCC’s own sewing club) and ride a full size bus in order to stay six feet apart. Our field trips will be local outdoor-based trips. We are doing the following field trips: Fort to Sea trail lead by Fort Clatsop National Historic Park Ranger; hikes up Neahkahnie Mountain; and exploring the changes to our landscape by building the South Jetty of the Columbia River and a beach cleanup at Fort Stevens State Park.

For more information about Upward Bound and TRIO Pre-College Programs, contact Director Jon Graves at

Non-Discrimination Declaration

It is the policy of Clatsop Community College that there will be no discrimination or harassment on the grounds of race, color, sex, gender, marital status, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or disability in any educational programs, activities, or employment. Questions or complaints should be directed to Greg Dorcheus, Affirmative Action/Gender Equity (Title IX) Officer, Lower Library, Suite 103, (503) 338-2406; TDD : Oregon Relay- Dial 711. For Student Access Services, contact Faith Forster, Columbia Hall, Room 111, (503) 338-2313.  


Students having questions about or a request for classroom accommodations should contact Faith Forster, Columbia Hall, Room 111, (503) 338-2313.   Community members having questions about or a request for special needs and accommodation should contact Greg Dorcheus, Lower Library, Suite 103, (503) 338-2406; TDD: Oregon Relay- Dial 711. Please send special needs and accommodations requests here. Contact should be made at least two business days in advance of the event.

Declaración de no-discriminación

Es la política de Clatsop Community College que no habrá ningún tipo de discriminación o acoso por razón de raza, color, sexo, género, estado civil, religión, origen nacional, edad, orientación sexual, identidad de género o expresióno discapacidad en los programas educativos, actividades o en la contratación. Preguntas o quejas deben ser dirigidas al Greg Dorcheus, Oficial de Acción Afirmativa / Título IX localizada en la biblioteca, oficina número 103 , número de teléfono (503) 338-2406, TDD (discapacidad auditiva) marcar 711 en su teléfono. Para servicios de acceso para estudiantes, comuníquese con Faith Forster localizada en Columbia Hall , oficina número 111, (503) 338-2313. 

Ayuda a personas discapacitadas

Estudiantes que tengan preguntas o una requieran solicitud de adaptaciones en el aula deben comunicarse con Faith Forster, localizada en Columbia Hall , oficina número 111, (503) 338-2313. En cuanto a los miembros de la comunidad, se les pide que se comuniquen con Greg Dorcheus, localizada en la biblioteca, oficina número 103 , gdorcheus2@clatsopcc.edunúmero de teléfono (503) 338-2406, TDD (discapacidad auditiva) marcar 711 en su teléfono. Haga el favor de notificar a la oficina para que se le pueda proporcionar apoyo. La comunicación debe tomar lugar por lo menos dos días de trabajo antes del evento por el cual se requiera tal ayuda. Para más información, vea la página Web de Clatsop Community College bajo Información en Español.


Summer/Fall 2024
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