Cerulean resident attended SCATS in June
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Matthew Broadbent, a Cerulean resident who goes to school at Heritage Christian Academy, was one of nearly 200 middle schoolers from around the country who went to the 30th annual Summer Camp for Academically Talented Middle School Students (SCATS) in June at Western Kentucky University.

Hosted by the Center for Gifted Studies, SCATS provides enhanced learning opportunities for academically talented sixth, seventh and eighth grade students.

This summer, young people from 54 Kentucky school districts and six states across the country participated in more than 30 challenging courses. Students chose the four classes that they attended daily at the two-week camp.

The Center offered a diverse curriculum encompassing music, science, art, math, history, and acting. There are also classes including Detective Chemistry, Found Object Sculpture, Spanish Art and Architecture, Robot Basics, Lunar Thinking, Amusement Park Physics and more.

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