CEF Slice of Summer Enrollment Now Open!

Eight weeks starting June 18 through August 9, 2024


Full day and half day programs for 1st to 6th grade. Elementary students can join for morning Enrichment activities and stay for an afternoon of Slice of Fun. Each week will have unique programming so sign up for multiple weeks. Full day option $280, Half Day Enrichment or Fun option $150.


Partnering with STEM Center USA to offer half-day morning classes 9:00 am-12:00 pm. Make it a full day by adding Slice of Fun!

STEM Center

Journeys are back and offering engaging workshops for grades 1 to 12. Prices vary.


View Schedules Below

Limited need-based scholarship available!


Thank you to the City of Claremont Community Based Organization (CBO) Program for your support in helping make this program possible!

Thank you to our enrichment education partners!


Thank you to our sponsors!

The Claremont Colleges
Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

Kathryn Barger,
Los Angeles County
Board of Supervisors,
5th District

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

Nike Abbadessa
Real Estate Sales

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

SLICE of STEM in collaboration with STEM Center USA

Join us at El Roble Intermediate School this year for SLICE of STEM. Week-long classes include Junior STEM: Great Adventures, Game Design with Roblox, Junior STEM: Great Adventures, Early STEM Camp, Creative Coding and Robotics, Junior STEM: Carnival Creations, Discover Robotics with EV3, Discover Robotics: Take-Home mBot, Minecraft Game Design, Discover Robotics with VEX IQ, and more!

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About Our Program:

SLICE of Summer is an in-person/drop-off as well as online summer enrichment program hosted by Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) on the campuses of Claremont Unified School District (CUSD) schools. It is staffed by CUSD teachers and classified employees, employees from STEM Center USA (SLICE of STEM), and Claremont residents as well as adult volunteers from CEF's board of directors and high school and middle school student volunteers from Claremont High School, El Roble Intermediate School, and National Charity League. As required by law, all SLICE of Summer staff members ages 18 and older are live scanned and background checked by the California Department of Justice. Proceeds from SLICE of Summer and SLICE of STEM financially support CEF's grant-giving program for CUSD schools. Please contact slice@supportcef.com with any questions.

Please note: CEF reserves the right to adjust class titles, course descriptions. and schedules when necessary.

The following policies apply to CEF's SLICE of Summer enrichment program only. The SLICE of STEM program is operated through a partner organization and their cancellation, COVID-19, and scholarship policies may vary.

COVID-19 Policy: Claremont Educational Foundation's SLICE of Summer program is committed to creating as safe of an experience for your child as possible. We follow all state, county, and local COVID-19 safety guidelines to reduce exposure of COVID-19 for all students and staff. All attendees are requested to observe the same health and safety protocols as they would attending a CUSD public school including wearing a mask (if currently required), frequent hand washing, self-monitoring for signs of illness, and staying home if sick. We cannot guarantee that your child will not be exposed to COVID-19. By enrolling your child in SLICE of Summer, you agree that your child will be “attending at their own risk” and CEF/SLICE, Claremont Unified School District, school facilities being use for in-person classes, and our partners will not be liable in case of COVID-19 infection. Please see cancellation policy for refund policy. Refunds will not be issued to students who test positive for COVID-19 immediately prior to or during the session.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations by students prior to the start of SLICE of Summer will follow this tuition refund schedule (not including registration and/or materials fees) – 28 or more days prior to session start date will be refunded 75%, 14-27 days prior to session start date will be refunded 50%, and 7-13 days prior to session start date will be refunded 25%. No refunds will be issued for cancellations less than 7 days prior to session start date. Refunds will not be issued for students who choose not to participate, miss classes due to illness (including COVID-19) or other reasons, or are not dropped-off by a parent.

Scholarships: Limited SLICE of Summer scholarships are available to Claremont Unified School District students with demonstrated financial need or special circumstances identified by school principal or guidance counselor who will benefit from the opportunities the SLICE of Summer Program provides. SLICE scholarship recipients can receive a discount of up to 80% off the tuition rate plus the registration fee through a simple application and verification process. Means of verification include proof of participation in the public school free and reduced lunch program, proof of participation in the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), proof of participation in SNAP or CalFresh, or a nomination letter from a Claremont Unified School District principal or guidance counselor. Scholarships are limited to one child per class per summer (all children within a family or household are eligible, one application must be completed per child). Applications will be reviewed on individual basis. If scholarship funding exceeds requests, students may be offered the opportunity to register for a second class. Please note: Scholarships are only for the SLICE of Summer program. Scholarships for SLICE of STEM may be available separately through that program provider.

Student Drop Off: SLICE camps and classes are drop-off programs. For the safety and protection of all enrolled children, parent attendance with registered child or parent participation in camp/class with child is not permitted. On the first day of each session, parents should park and personally check-in their student at the CEF table set up in front of El Roble's multipurpose room (located at south end of campus) 15 minutes prior to the start of class. On subsequent days of the session, students should be dropped off no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the start of class and check in at the CEF table. CEF and SLICE of STEM teachers do not provide supervision and are not responsible for the safety or well-being of any students dropped off earlier than 15 minutes before the start of class.

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