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    I've signed up to attend a Y.E.S. (I think it's called) Animation Class at Disneyland. These Y.E.S. classes are three hours long, and are run by Disney, and they have other things for 3rd grade through 12th about animation, physics, CA history, ect.

    I was wondering if anyone has a child, (or knows someone) who has attended one, and how good they are. I'm in the 11th grade BTW.

    Thank you.
    ~Pearl~
    Yo-Ho, Yo-Ho, A Pirate's Life for Me!



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    I want to sign up for the "Making Churro Magic" class... where can I sign up for that one?
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      Hmm, I think they cancelled that one due to lack of intrest.
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        I have a friend who's a YES guide, and he pretty much rules. He could even make the churro lecture interesting. Never followed one of his groups, but he always talks about how much fun they are.
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          Originally posted by RumRunner31 View Post
          I have a friend who's a YES guide, and he pretty much rules. He could even make the churro lecture interesting. Never followed one of his groups, but he always talks about how much fun they are.
          Not to brag but whenever they had some new tour the common management response was "Recruit at Jungle"... which made us laugh
          "When will I get back to the J.C. ?"
          "Well you would be switching departments so we can't guarantee you would get back."
          "No thanks! good luck with that though"

          But I will say that the Jungle did help a lot of us overcome fears of public speaking. Making a complete idiot out of yourself while making a 7.5 minute speech to complete strangers will do that for you!
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            This sounds so fun. I'm going into 10th grade I wish I could do this. I'll save up for it. is ther a website. If so could you post it.

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              Here's the link.

              http://disneyland.disney.go.com/disn...me=YESHomePage

              It's not that much, only $25 a person for just the class. But since it's a school program, you need to have a group of at least 25 people. I know of some groups that are going in a month or so. If you're interested, I could give you their info.

              And my class is in a couple weeks. I'll post a review after I go.
              ~Pearl~
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                Wow that sounds awesome. How exactly does this work, and does it actually take the place of school classes? Too bad they don't have something like this for college students!

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                  I wish they did that with preschoolers...

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                    So are you taking the animation class

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                      The 6th graders from my school did the CA history one, but being 6th graders they only reported back that it was boring. Afterwards, they got the rest of the day in the park, so what do you think they were focused on while watching Golden Dreams? For sure not the movie.
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                        Originally posted by SusieP. View Post
                        Afterwards, they got the rest of the day in the park, so what do you think they were focused on while watching Golden Dreams? For sure not the movie.
                        Um, what were they focused on?

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                          Originally posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
                          Um, what were they focused on?
                          Getting the heck out of that boring movie theater and getting on the rides, of course! A whole day at Disneyland, with no parents? That's HUGE as a 6th grader!
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                            Originally posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
                            Wow that sounds awesome. How exactly does this work, and does it actually take the place of school classes? Too bad they don't have something like this for college students!
                            It's more like a field trip. I would love to go to a Disney school however. But probably won't do the College Program because they don't take many for Entertainment from there I hear.

                            Originally posted by hauntedhoilday View Post
                            So are you taking the animation class
                            Yep, it should be fun. The only thing I'm worried about is that 3rd through High School are all lumped in the same class. I hope they don't "dumb it down" or anything. My class is August 22, so I'll post a report of how it was the next day.


                            Getting the heck out of that boring movie theater and getting on the rides, of course! A whole day at Disneyland, with no parents? That's HUGE as a 6th grader!
                            I'd really want to get out of that theatre! Golden Dreams better be ex-nayed as part of the referb.
                            ~Pearl~
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