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Disney Youth Education Series turning education into fun


Disney Youth Education Series programs uses the magic of Disney to make learning even more fun. Their educational programs offer up endless opportunities for students and their teachers. Guided in-park educational field studies with courses in Applied Science, Environmental Studies, Liberal Arts, and Leadership Development. These collection of studies are accredited, standards-based, and designed to reinforce their classroom lessons. Your students will embark on an interactive adventure they will never forget.

Some of the courses students can participate in include Backstage at La Nouba by Cirque Du Soleil where they learn how they put together their dazzling show, designing a Disney story where they develop storytelling skills and see how the Disney characters were created, and discovering marine live conservation at The Seas with Nemo and Friends. This is just a few of the courses offered to students in the Y.E.S program. They also have many leadership courses that investigate proven management strategies employed by the Walt Disney company to achieve stronger collaboration skills, increase confidence, and set a course for success.

Their Applied Science programs are designed to spark interest and ideas in young minds that Disney has tapped into for all of their innovative technology. Students will see how Disney uses magnetism, light, and sound to achieve their special affects.

This educational opportunity is offered year-round, seven days a week. It is available to elementary, middle, junior, and senior high school students. Disney also offers students discounted tickets and accommodations. You can contact us for more information and details about this amazing experience for your students.Engage students with some Disney Magic!



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