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From east to west and graphic design to animation, follow along as we break down the Tiger Woods Learning Center summer programs by the numbers.
TWF staff member Abby learns from TWLC Summer Program students.
The top five reasons we devote time to staff development.
“My favorite subject in school was English. I love putting words together. Lyrics, poems, stories — anything!”
As the College Bound Academy takes full swing, highly motivated students take part in focused college preparatory sessions … but that’s just the start. Get all the details here.
Last week, the Tiger Woods Foundation hosted 112 children from military families at the Tiger Woods Learning Center in Southern California for a week of interactive and educational activities.
Two parents explain how the TWLC Summer Academy meets the unique needs of children from military families.
Campers soak up some sun and experiment with solar energy on Day 4 of the Summer Academy.
A Summer Academy trip to Disneyland wouldn’t be complete without stopping by New Orleans Square for a ride on Pirates of the Caribbean.
Summer Academy Day 2 is underway!
Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed students had an exciting first day at the 2014 Tiger Woods Learning Center Summer Academy.
Students participated in everything from building structures of life-sized monuments to engineering golf clubs. They couldn’t wait to show off their handiwork to their families!
The Tiger Woods Learning Center welcomes Anaheim youth for the first-ever High School Summer Academy, thanks to the ACT Anaheim grant.
Take a peek inside the pre-college retreat.
At #TWLearningCenter today with our new class of Earl Woods Scholars who traveled as far as Boston to attend the annual pre-college retreat. First on the agenda? Photo shoot!
Hear from the founder of the Tiger Woods Foundation as he reflects on his vision, goals and lessons learned.
Race cars, rockets and video games … oh my! Top three reasons TWLC is the place to be this summer.
Tiger Woods Learning Center instructors turn the tables and take their own class in Robotics.