Summer Camps and Academic Programs

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List of 23 items.

  • Dolphin Day Camps

    DAY CAMPS: Ages 3 - 11
    Looking for an exciting summer experience? Join our summer day camps to experience endless fun and engagement. Spend your summer playing on Cape Henry’s state-of-the-art playground. Reacquaint yourself with friends from the past or meet new friends as you continue to grow and develop. Our Summer at the Cape Day Camps focuses on fun while also bridging the learning gap between school years. No matter your age, your days will be filled with everything from academic engagement to swim lessons, craft making to sports and games, science experiments to fun-filled field trips, and much more. All Day Camps are led by full-time teachers at Cape Henry Collegiate or teachers from Virginia Beach City Public Schools. Each teacher has multiple years of experience within our school community. All full-day campers receive a full-service, well-balanced lunch from the newly renovated Café Dolphin, and all full- and half-day campers receive a mid-morning and mid-afternoon snack and drink. Our Summer at the Cape Day Camps are licensed by the Virginia Department of Social Services.

    Summer Learning:
    Day campers spend time each day on specific weekly themes, digging into age-appropriate topics like America’s National Parks, the Natural Wonders of the World, outdoor adventure and camping, American History, Mystery, Lifecycles and more. Twice a week campers will immerse themselves in Cape Henry’s science labs, working on experiments and exercises to learn and test the theme of the week. In addition to these wonderful and creative topics, students will spend time with age-appropriate reading, writing, and math while having the opportunity to work on summer academic assignments for the upcoming school year.

    Exercise and Fun:
    Campers take part in daily free play and structured activities within all of Cape Henry’s fantastic facilities. Cape Henry boasts a spacious, air-conditioned field house with P.E. equipment and supplies for every game and activity. A turf field and multiple grass athletic fields host countless outdoor games, and a state-of-the-art playground caters to the imagination of all age groups. 

    Partnered with Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation, Day Camp groups travel via bus to the Great Neck Recreation Center (Dolphins and Sharks) and to Seatack Recreation Center (Little Dolphins and Sandfiddlers) on Tuesday and Thursday for age-appropriate swim lessons. Lessons are taught by American Red Cross certified swim instructors while supervised by American Red Cross certified lifeguards. The swim curriculum is developed and taught by the aquatic staff of Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation. Campers travel to and from swim lessons with their lead teachers, and their lead teachers remain poolside throughout each swim lesson.

    Field Trips:
    Campers take part in a unique field trip each week of the summer. Join us as we go bowling at Pinboy’s, visit the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, jump around at the indoor Bounce House facility, travel to our local state parks, enjoy a hike in the Norfolk Botanical Gardens, and more. These fun-filled experiences take the campers off-campus to some of the area’s most desirable locations. Day Camp teachers and staff members accompany the students on these fully supervised trips. 

    Little Dolphins Day Camp: Ages 3 and 4 (Prekindergarten)
    Immerse your child in the Little Dolphin’s weekly fun! This hands-on, interactive, and engaging program will provide up to 10 weeks of fun learning for your child. Spend your weeks learning about the Great Outdoors, Lifecycles of plants and animals, Healthy Living, and so much more! Avoid the Summer Slide with daily learning designed to build on the year’s studies.

    Sandfiddlers Day Camp: Ages 5 and 6 (Rising Kindergarten - Grade 1)
    Join an exceptional lineup of educators dedicated to engaging and hands-on lessons, including collaborative learning, interactive curriculum, as well as STEM and STEAM integrated into daily learning. Immerse yourself in the fun and exciting themes including Virginia’s State Parks, Recycling, Life Cycles, and much more! Students will avoid the Summer Slide with lessons designed to build on the year’s learning! 

    Dolphins Day Camp: Ages 7 and 8 (Rising Grades 2 and 3)
    Avoid the Summer Slide with a fun, engaging program! Integrate STEM and STEAM with collaborative, hands-on lessons each week. With weekly themes sure to excite, join the Dolphins for a summer full of fun learning, including the Great Outdoors, Composting, Lifecycles, engineering terrariums, benefits of healthy living, and much more! Students are encouraged to bring summer work to complete before the upcoming school year.

    Sharks Day Camp: Ages 9 - 11 (Rising Grades 4 - 6)
    Spend your Summer with Cape Henry Collegiate’s engaging educators, experiencing the thrills of the Natural Wonders of the World, The Great Outdoors, Camping, exciting American History, and use your newfound forensic skills to solve live-action mysteries. Do not miss out on this one-of-a-kind program designed to avoid the summer slide while learning about new and exciting themes each week while integrating a collaborative experience into the world of STEM and STEAM! Students are encouraged to bring summer work to complete before the upcoming school year.
    DatesJune 1 - August 7
    FD Times: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    FD Tuition: $300 per week (lunch included)

    AM Times: 9:00 a.m. - noon
    PM Times:12:30 - 3:30 p.m.
    AM/PM Tuition: $200 per week

  • Summer at the Cape: Camp Policies

    Early registration is encouraged! Camp sizes are limited. Registration payment must be paid in full no later than one week prior to participation in Summer at the Cape. You must register and pay for a full week of camp even if the child is not there the entire week. Your child is not considered registered for a camp unless full payment is completed. When registration payment is not received one week prior to the program's start date, Cape Henry Collegiate reserves the right to remove a camper from a Summer program roster. If registering within one week of the program's start date, payment must be completed upon registration. Your payment must be made at least one week in advance in order to determine if enrollment is sufficient. A payment plan may be established if requested in writing more than one week prior to the start of the program in which the camper is enrolled. Registrations must be completed online. Phoned or faxed registration will not be accepted. If you have any questions regarding Summer Programs, please contact the Director of Auxiliary Programs at or (757) 963-8241.

    Cape Henry Collegiate reserves the right to modify or cancel any summer program with insufficient enrollment. All camps must meet minimum enrollment numbers no later than one week prior to the respective program's start date to proceed. If the Summer Programs Office cancels a program, a full refund will be given or may be applied to another camp.

    If your camper is going to be absent, please call and leave a voicemail message at (757) 963-8252. Please do not forget to include the date of the absence, your child's name, and the specific camp in which he or she is enrolled.

    A refund will only be permitted if requested in writing more than one week prior to the start of the session in which the camper is enrolled. Fifteen percent (15%) of the camp fee is nonrefundable within one week of the beginning of the session. Campers withdrawn less than three days prior to the start of camp are responsible for the full tuition. Transfers are permissible up to two weeks prior to the start of camp. There are no prorated fees or refunds for campers arriving after the beginning of the session, leaving before its completion, or missing any time during camp.

    In accordance with the Commonwealth of Virginia law, each camper must provide Cape Henry Collegiate with a copy of the health form MCH-213G before the first day of their respective camp. The completed MCH-213G must include documentation of all age-appropriate immunizations and a physical examination. All documents must include the date of the physical exam, and the examining physician must sign the immunization form. This health form is required for enrollment in all independent and public schools. Children ages five and under are required to have the MCH-213G on file, and it must be dated within one year before the camp start date. Cape Henry Collegiate students do not need to submit this form for Summer Programs since it is already on file.

    The Virginia Department of Social Services licenses Summer at the Cape specialty and day camps, as well as, Extended School Day Program (ESDP). In accordance with the Social Services policy, we are required to document the identity and age of all children enrolled in these programs. Proof of your child's identity may include a birth certificate or a birth registration card. If your child is not currently an enrolled student at Cape Henry Collegiate, you will need to bring this documentation to the School before the start of camp. Athletic camps are not licensed by the Virginia Department of Social Services and do not require proof of birth or Virginia School Health Entrance forms.

    There will be a Camp Nurse on campus from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital (SVBGH) is one mile from Cape Henry's campus. Severe emergencies requiring immediate medical attention will be taken to SVBGH either by car or ambulance. If a camper takes medication, a separate form will be sent to the parent for specific instructions and a doctor's authorization. This form and the medication must be given to either the Director of Auxiliary Programs or the Camp Nurse by the parent/guardian of the camper.

    Lunch in the state of the art Café Dolphin is included in all full-day camps unless otherwise noted. If lunch is not included with the camp, you may purchase lunch for $30 per week. Students participating in AM and PM camps will have lunch provided by Cape Henry Collegiate. Please let know of any food allergies.

    Cape Henry Collegiate cannot guarantee an allergen-free environment for students with severe allergies and is not a food allergen-free school. Our goal is to minimize the exposure risks to allergens, posing a threat to students, and educating the community about their needs. We ask all families to please avoid packing snacks with peanuts and tree nuts in the ingredients. Please contact for any food allergies.

    Any child leaving camp during camp hours must be picked up in the Lower School Office by a parent, guardian, or family member. Advance notice is much appreciated. Please inform the Director of Auxiliary Programs and your child's camp instructor in writing/email of early departures.
  • Before and After Care

    Before- and After-Camp Care Program
    This program is a service provided for parents who require extended care for children, rising Prekindergarten through Grade 5, before and after regular Summer Program hours. The exceptional staff plans outdoor play, craft projects, and much more each day. Before and After Care is available for the duration of our Summer at the Cape schedule, beginning on Monday, June 1 and ending on Friday, August 7. An afternoon snack is provided for the campers. All children must be toilet trained. Before-Camp care will begin at 7:30 am and conclude at the start of camp at 9:00 am, where our staff will direct campers to the correct camps. After-Camp Care will begin at 3:30 pm and conclude at 5:30 pm. A late fee of $30 will be charged when picked up past 5:30 pm. 
    AM Care:7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
    $50 per week
    PM Care:3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
    $65 per week
    AM & PM Care:7:30 - 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
    $100 per week
  • Discount Options

    Day Camp Discount Options: Only 30 spaces available!
    • 10 WEEK: Select ten (10) weeks of Full-Day Day Camp + Before/After Care to receive 25% off. Total charge of $2,977.50 
    • 9 WEEK: Select nine (9) weeks of Full-Day Day Camp + Before/After Care to receive 20% off. Total charge of $2,880.00
    • 8 WEEK: Select eight (8) weeks of Full-Day Day Camp + Before/After Care to receive 20% off. Total charge of $2,560.00
    • 7 WEEK: Select seven (7) weeks of Full-Day Day Camp + Before/After Care to receive 15% off. Total Charge of $2,380.00
    • 6 WEEK: Select six (6) weeks of Full-Day Day Camp + Before/After Care to receive 15% off. Total charge of $2,040.00
    • 5 WEEK: Select five (5) weeks of Full-Day Day Camp + Before/After Care to receive 10% off. Total charge of $1,800.00
    • 4 WEEK: Select four (4) weeks of Full-Day Day Camp + Before/After Care to receive 10% off. Total charge of $1,440.00 
    * Day-Camp Discount Packages are for campers who register for four or more full-day weeks of Day Camps. To be eligible for a discount package, a camper must be registered for a full-day Day Camp selection as well as Before- and After-Care. Registrations can be made for any weeks throughout the ten-week Summer at the Cape schedule. (Weeks do not have to be consecutive).

    ALL Packages include:
    • Little Dolphins/Sandfiddlers/Dolphins/Sharks Camps (9:00 am - 3:30 pm)
    • Before- and After- Care (7:30 - 9:00 am and 3:30 - 5:30 pm)
    • Lunch Snack 

    *Add Athletic/Specialty Camps to you Day Camp Discount Package:
    • Select four (4) Specialty or Athletic Camps to replace an AM/PM session of the Full-Day Day Camp to receive 10% off.
    • Only applicable to Day Camp Discount Options of six or more weeks! 

    *Stand-Alone Athletic and Specialty Camp Discount: 
    • Receive a 10% discount on each selection when registering for eight (8) or more Specialty and/or Athletic Camps.
    • Refunds are not available when registering for Stand-Alone Athletic and Specialty Camp Discount.
    • Substitutions may be made more than one week before the program start date if space is available
    *Refunds and substitutions are not permitted*

    If interested in a Full Summer Discount Option, Dolphin Camp Bundle, or the Athletic and Specialty Camp Discount please contact Tyler Faubert at or (757) 963-8241*
  • 2D/3D Design and Engineering

    Join Mr. Jonathan Torch for his brand new camp where students will learn how to model digitally in two and three dimensions. Using new modeling skills, students will make their designs come to life with a 3D printer and laser cutter. Several design competitions will take place throughout the week! This camp will be hands-on, digitally oriented, and push campers to collaborate in teams. Come get your STEM on at CHC this summer!
    Dates: June 15 - 19
    Times: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
    Ages: Rising Grades 6 - 8
    Director: Mr. Jonathan Torch,
    Tuition: $285
  • Boys Lacrosse Camps (2 Age Groups)

    Lacrosse is the fastest-growing sport in the country at the youth and high school levels; don’t miss out on the action-packed fun the sport offers. The camp is run by Cape Henry Varsity Boys Lacrosse Head Coach and former UVA Men’s Lacrosse Midfielder, Mr. Joe Thompson, along with current and former CHC players, all of whom have a passion for the game. Our philosophy is that to love the game, you must respect your competition and have fun playing, and that is what we strive for every day. The focus of the camp is to learn fundamental skills while enjoying the excitement of the game and to benefit from the camaraderie and lessons that lacrosse offers. Beginner and experienced campers will enjoy skill-building sessions, counselor demonstrations, and the opportunity to test their skills in numerous game-like scenarios. All players are required to wear full lacrosse equipment (helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, and lacrosse stick). 
    Session 1: Youth Lacrosse
    Rising Grades: 1 - 5 (6-year-old-age minimum)
    Dates: June 15 - 19
    Times: 9:00 am-noon

    Session 2: Advanced Lacrosse
    Rising Grades: 5 - 8 
    Dates: June 29 - July 2
    Times: 9:00 am - noon

    Director: Mr. Joe Thompson,
    Tuition: $185
  • Cooking Fun

    It’s time to whip up some fun and something good to eat! Campers will enjoy the opportunity to test their culinary skills while learning how to work in the kitchen, use measuring cups and spoons, and prepare healthy snacks and tasty treats. Creativity abounds as campers use their senses to create new dishes and tasty cuisine. Your child will love newfound independence in the kitchen, and you will enjoy the benefits of your child’s culinary skills–there will be plenty to share and bring home!
    Dates: June 15 -19 - PM
    Times: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
    Ages: Rising Grades 2 - 5
    Director: Mrs. Lita Gedro,
    Tuition: $185
  • Dance Intensive Camps (3 Sessions)

    Dance Intensive- Jazz & Lyrical/Contemporary
    This one-week summer dance intensive runs for two hours per day. Each day camp consists of one hour of Lyrical/Contemporary technique and one hour of Jazz technique. Dance Intensive is intended for those who are strongly driven to excel in dance and wish to improve their technical skills, muscle strength, and power. Twyla or ballet shoes and jazz shoes are required. Dance attire ONLY (ex. leggings, leotard, jazz pants, tights, dance shorts, or tank)

    Dates: June 15-19
    Time:9:00-11:00 a.m.
    Rising Grades: Grade 2 +
    Dance Intensive- Jazz (Leaps & Turns)
    This one-week summer dance intensive runs for two hours. Each day camp consists of one hour of jazz technique and 45 minutes of jazz choreography. This dance intensive is intended for those who are on the intermediate to advanced level in dance. Dancers that are strongly driven to excel in dance and wish to improve their technical skills, muscle strength, turns, and leaps are highly encouraged to attend. Twyla or jazz shoes required. Dance attire ONLY (ex. leggings, leotard, jazz pants, tights, dance shorts, or tank)

    Dates: July 13-17
    Time: 9:00 a.m. - 11: 00 a.m.

    Dance Intensive- Ballet, Jazz, & Hip Hop
    This one-week summer dance intensive runs for two and a half hours per day. Each day camp consists of one hour of jazz technique, one hour of ballet technique and thirty minutes of Hip Hop. This dance intensive is intended for those who are strongly driven to excel in dance and wish to improve their technical skills, muscle strength and power.  Twyla or ballet and jazz shoes required. Dance attire ONLY. * Guest Ballet/Hip-Hop Instructor- Janelle Jones

    Dates: August 3-7 -AM
    Times: 9:00 am-noon

    Director: Mrs. Ericka Ricks,
    Rising Grades: Grade 3 +
    Tuition: $185
  • Dolphin Baseball Camps (2 Sessions)

    Dolphin All-Star Baseball: Future Dolphin Baseball Academy
    Calling all Lower School future baseball All-Stars! In his eighth season as the CHC Varsity Baseball Head Coach, former Major Leaguer Tim Hummel and the CHC baseball staff want to see all future Dolphin baseball players in action. Catch the CHC baseball fever, and join us for a week of fundamentals. Along with teaching the fundamentals, the staff will provide each player with valuable feedback throughout the week. You do not have to be a current or prospective Cape Henry student to join the action!  

    Dates: June 15 - 19 -AM
    Ages: Rising Grades 1 - 6 (6-year-old-age minimum)
    Director: Mr. Tim Hummel,
    Tuition:  $185

    Dolphin All-Star Baseball: Hitting/Pitching Camp
    The CHC Hitting Camp will cover all the bases from approach and sound mechanics to pitch selection and situational hitting. Campers will learn there is more to being a quality hitter than just having a good swing. The staff will break down every aspect of being an effective offensive player. The coaching staff for this camp will range from high school, college, and professional experience, and it will offer you the best instruction available. CHC Varsity Baseball Head Coach Tim Hummel spent seven professional seasons with the Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, and St. Louis Cardinals, and looks forward to sharing his experiences to help you achieve your goals in this great game. Grab your bat, and we will see you at the ballpark!

    Strike one, the most important pitch in baseball! Come join us for the CHC Pitching Camp so you can get ahead in the count. CHC Pitching/Assistant Coach Bill Chadwick offers a tremendous coaching staff for this camp ranging from high school, college, and professional experience. This camp will cover pitching from A to Z, from mental approach and delivery mechanics to holding runners and fielding the position. Coach Chadwick looks forward to sharing his experiences with you to help you achieve your goals and stay ahead in the count!

    Fundamental Skills: Rising Grades 1 - 3 (6-year-old-age minimum)
    Advanced Skills: Rising Grades 4 - 6
    Dates: August 3 - 7 -AM
    Director: Mr. Tim Hummel,
    Tuition:   $185
  • Dolphin Bowling Camps (2 Sessions)

    The Dolphin Bowling Camp will teach the fundamentals of bowling from the traditional approach and swing to the release. Students will learn how to align themselves properly to hit their target, how to keep score, and the proper lane courtesy. Bowling teaches the life skills of teamwork and a stable mindset. This is great for introverted children. It is also one of the few sports that is an individual and team orientated sport. These coaches and volunteers are required by the United States Bowling Congress to have background checks before being able to work with youth. The coaching staff is co-coached by bronze and silver level coaches both with experience in collegiate bowling. Coaches include members of an NAIA collegiate bowling program as well as an NCAA D1 bowler and Alumni of Cape Henry. Bowling equipment is provided in the cost and all skill levels are welcome. 
    • Session 1: June 15-19 - AM
    • Session 2: July 20 - 24 - AM
    Ages: Rising Grades 1 - 6 (6-year-old-age minimum)
    Director: Ms. Colby Jones,
    Tuition: $220 (Supplies included)
  • Dolphin Tennis Academy (4 Sessions)

    The Cape Henry Collegiate Tennis program is excited to offer the Dolphin Tennis Academy with PTR-certified Head Coach Diane Deaton. During the tennis sessions, beginner and novice campers will learn the proper way to hold and swing a racquet, as well as basic ball drills and games. Advanced tennis players will work on strategy, court positioning, and shot selection, and they will be matched up with camp staff who are current or former high school or college players. Campers will enjoy individual and small-group lessons as they build upon the initial success and develop a lifelong love of tennis! Campers will participate daily in light ball drills and supervised match play, and all levels of play are invited. 
    Session 1: June 15 - 19 - AM
    Session 2: June 22 - 26 - AM
    Session 3: July 6 - 10 - AM
    Session 4: July 13 - 17- AM

    Ages: Rising Grades 1 - 9 (6-year-old-age minimum)
    Director: Ms. Diane Deaton,
    Tuition: $185
  • Driver’s Education: Classroom (Two-week Program))

    This course is designed to provide students with a detailed understanding of the fundamentals of driving and to foster responsible attitudes and driving behaviors. Course content follows the Virginia State Board of Education, which includes linking visual skills, space management, and balanced vehicle movements to risk-reducing driving strategies. Significant attention is given to risk awareness, driver alertness, and responsible actions relative to occupant protection devices, positive interactions with other roadway users, and the physical and psychological conditions that affect driver performance. Students will use knowledge, processes, and skills learned in driver education to help them become competent users of the highway transportation system. Successful completion of this course provides the student with a Certificate of Completion in Classroom Driver Education for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
    Dates: June 15 - 26
    Time: 8:00 a.m. - noon
    Ages: Rising Grades 10 - 12
    Director: Ms. Kerri Land,
    Tuition: $185
  • Dynamic Basketball (3 Sessions)

    Dynamic Basketball Basics Camp (Half-Day)
    Basketball Basics provides a wonderful introduction to the basic skills of passing, dribbling, shooting, and games. Beginning players will enjoy learning from the Dynamic Basketball staff as they make this introduction to basketball fun with an emphasis on structured games.
    Ages: Rising Grades 1 - 4 (6-year-old-age minimum)
    Director: Mr. Mark Hall,
    Tuition: $195 

    Dynamic Basketball Player Development Camp (Full-Day)
    Lace-up your sneakers and get ready to go! Dynamic Basketball offers a great week of basketball to enhance your summer. Campers will enjoy learning from the best while also enhancing their skills through drills, individual competitions, and games. An added emphasis on structured games, balanced with competition and skills makes this an enjoyable week for everyone!

    Ages: Rising Grades 1 - 12 (6-year-old-age minimum)
    Director: Mr. Mark Hall,
    Tuition: $295 

    Session 1: June 15 - 19 - FD or AM
    Session 2: July 13 - 17 - FD or AM
    Session 3: July 27 - 31 - FD or AM

  • Games, Games, Games (2 Sessions)

    Games, Games, Games features a variety of both indoor and outdoor fun! Campers will get to enjoy the fresh air with games like Kickball, Flag Tag, 4-Square, and more! Back inside, the fun continues with board games like Clue, Sorry, and so much more. The campers will test their competitive sides as they play Battleship, or can choose to chill out with a more relaxed game of Life. Led by Ms. Elliott, Games, Games, Games has all the outdoor fun and indoor play all wrapped into one!

    Session 1: June 15 - 19 - PM
    Session 2: July 6 -10 - PM
    Ages: Rising Grades 2 - 6
    Director: Ms. Andrea Elliott,
    Tuition: $185
  • Girls Just Want to Have Fun (2 Sessions)

    Calling all girls for strictly girl fun! Campers will make delicious treats and healthy snacks to eat. Campers will demonstrate their creative side to make photo memory collages and cool arts and crafts, too. Looking your best is always a blast, so hairstyling and colorful nails are must-do activities. Reading short stories about fabulous girls will give us quiet time to listen, reflect, and talk. Group games along with fun and healthy ways to exercise will round out our days. Get a friend and come have some fun with girls only!
    Session 1: June 15 - 19 -AM
    Session 2: July 6 -10 -AM

    Ages: Rising Grades 2 - 6
    Director: Ms. Andrea Elliott,
    Tuition: $185
  • Little Scholars: Builders in Training

    Calling all inventors, builders, and designers; come and build some awesome creations with us! We will create our own designs and make structures using building blocks, recyclable materials, and many other interesting items. Skills necessary: none! Skills gained: communication, problem-solving, reasoning, developing creativity, and teamwork.
    Dates: June 15 - 19 - AM
    Tuition: $185
    Grades: Prekindergarten - Grade 1
  • Little Scholars: Builders!

    Calling all inventors, creators, builders, and designers! Come build some awesome creations with us! We will create our own designs and make structures using recyclable materials, building blocks and many other interesting items. Skills necessary… none! Skills gained: communication, problem-solving, reasoning, developing creativity, and teamwork.
    Dates: June 15 - 19 - PM
    Tuition: $185
    Grades: 2 - 5
  • Motor Mania

    Campers will work to strengthen the muscles in our hands and work on coordination of movements through fun hands-on opportunities. Whether we are balancing, hopping across river rocks, climbing through a tunnel, sifting through sand, pouring with water, cutting, or rolling out clay we will be having loads of fun!  Your child’s mastery of fine and gross motor skills will allow greater independence and open new doors to exploration, learning, and creative expression.
    Session 1: June 8 -12 -AM
    Session 2: June 15 - 19 -AM

    Ages: Rising Grades Prekindergarten - Kindergarten
    Director: Mrs. Sarah Kelbaugh,
    Tuition: $185
  • Obstacle Course Fun (2 Sessions)

    Join Certified Physical Education teacher, Mrs. Sara Pierce, as students focus on movement fundamentals such as running, climbing, rolling, and balancing while experiencing the fun and excitement of obstacle courses. This program will build coordination, self-confidence, and strength while promoting physical fitness as the students learn new skills in a fun and safe environment. Campers will participate in a daily obstacle course and wrap up each session with fun games and activities. Grab a friend and sign up today! 

    Session 1: June 15 - 19 - AM
    Session 2: June 29 - July 3 -AM

    Ages: Rising Prekindergarten - Grade 3
    Director: Mrs. Sara Pierce,
    Tuition: $185
  • Phil Reichhoff Strength and Conditioning (3 Sessions)

    Join Cape Henry Collegiate Strength and Conditioning coach, Phil Rhichhoff, for outdoor strength and conditioning before the Fall Athletic season begins. Whether you are looking to get ahead of the competition or get back in shape for the upcoming season, this camp will prepare you for Athletic Competition. This program is open to ladies and gentlemen, from beginner to expert, looking to get back in shape, get in better shape, or maintain an elite level of fitness. This program provides the unique opportunity to tailor a regimen fit to your personal fitness level! 

    Session 1: Speed and Agility Training Four Weeks: June 1 - 26 (M - W - F)
    Session 2: Speed and Agility Training Two Weeks: June 15 - 26  (M - W - F)
    Session 3: Fall Sports Conditioning: July 27 - August 7  (M - W - F)

    Time: 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Ages: Grades 7 - 12
    Director: Mr. Phil Reichhoff, 
    Tuition: Four Week $150, Two Week $100
  • Play-Well: LEGO Engineering Camps (6 Sessions)

    Play-Well Camps
    Director: Ms. Lindsey McKan,
    Tuition: $185

    Play-Well: Pokemon Engineering
    Join Ash and Pikachu as you build, capture, train, and explore the vast world of Pokémon. Design your own Poké Balls, explore the Kanto region, and fly with Charizard. Explore engineering through the fun world of Pokémon with the guidance of a Play-Well instructor.

    Dates: June 15 - 19- AM 
    Ages: Rising Kindergarten - Grade 2
    Play-Well: Pokemon Master Engineering
    Start your training in Pallet Town and expand your Pokédex as you collect your favorite Pokémon. Surf with Blastoise, challenge Team Rocket, and earn badges from gym leaders on your way to the Pokémon League. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas while learning about STEM concepts.

    Dates: June 15 - 19- PM
    Ages: Rising Grades 2 - 6

    Play-Well: JEDI Engineering
    The Force Awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles with LEGO® materials as we construct the Ewok Village on Endor, fly through space on our X-Wings, and defend the Echo Base on Hoth. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire!

    Dates: June 29 - July 2- AM
    Ages: Rising Kindergarten - Grade 2

    Play-Well: JEDI Master Engineering
    The Force is strong in this advanced engineering course for young Jedi! Use the force and tens of thousands of LEGO® parts to raise your X-Wing from the Dagobah swamp, challenge the AT-AT walkers on Hoth, and fly the Millennium Falcon through the Kessel Run. Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while you explore a galaxy far, far away.

    Dates: June 29 - July 2- PM
    Ages: Rising Grades 2 - 6

    Play-Well: Minecraft Engineering
    Bring Minecraft to life using tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Build engineer-designed projects such as a Creeper, a Lava Trap, and a Minecart. Create your favorite Minecraft mobs, tools, and objects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. 

    Dates: July 27 - 31- AM 
    Ages: Rising Kindergarten - Grade 2
    Play-Well: Minecraft Master Engineering
    Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO® parts! Build an Iron Golem, the Nether Portal, and the Ender Dragon. Students will explore real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while building their favorite Minecraft objects.

    Dates: July 27 - 31- PM
    Ages: Rising Grades 2 - 6
  • Rock-It Science: Grades 1 - 4 (8 Sessions)

    Rock-It Science Camps: 
    Grades: Rising Grade 1 - 4 
    Director: Ms. Tammy Kauffman,
    Tuition: $185

    Rock-It Science: Ultimate Fun and Games
    If you like to play games and get a bit messy, this is the camp for you! Donut eating on a string, Parachute Water Launcher, and life-size Hungry, Hungry, Hippo are just a few over the top games that will have campers asking if we can play again! We will team up to build the ultimate cardboard maze to put our creativity to the test and will make some games that you can take home and play too! 

    Dates: June 15 -19 -AM

    Rock-It Science: Blast Off Camp
    Whether it’s blasting objects through the air or exploring the cosmos, we all love to see and send things flying! Air rockets, Mento eruptions, baking soda explosions, are just a few ways we will get things soaring. We may even sneak a little engineering lesson, but our campers may not notice. They will be too busy hurling plastic bottles, planes, rockets, and more through the air!

    Dates: June 15 - 19 -PM

    Rock-It Science: Super Slime Master Camps
    This camp will be for those who love to get a bit messy. We will mix up some slimes we can’t mix up with our younger peers. Color changing and magnetic slime are just a few. We will even try some new combinations as we become mad scientists and discover new polymer mixtures! 

    Session 1: June 29 - July 2 (No Camps July 3) -AM
    Session 2: July 13 - 17 -PM

    Rock-It Science: ART LAB!
    Science is a highly concrete subject in which students rarely have the opportunity to be creative. By integrating art projects into your science lessons, you can create super cool artwork and learn some super cool science too!

    Dates: June 29 - July 2 (No Camps July 3) - PM

    Rock-It Science: The Art of Cooking
    Cooking is truly an art form! We will explore not only the science of cooking but make beautiful creations that may be almost too pretty to eat! Galaxy cookies, dinosaur waffles, and veggie animals just to name a few. No need to bring a snack for this camp, we will do plenty of taste testing and decorate containers to take some home too! 

    Dates: July 13 -17 - AM

    Rock-It Science: Super Secret Master Spy Training
    If you missed out on this fun, adventurous camp last year, it’s not too late to get the training you need to earn your Super Spy Status! Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to explore glow-in-the-dark science, go on scavenger hunts, and decode clues that lead to top-secret messages! 

    Dates: July 27 - 31 - AM

    Rock-It Science: Shark Week
    Today there are more than 465 known species of sharks living in our oceans. We will sink our teeth into interesting facts about sharks and create shark habitat bottles. Join us as we maneuver through a seaweed course, create shark art, and conduct experiments that will teach us about these beautiful ocean creatures. 

    Dates: July 27 - 31- PM
  • Teen Studio Art Camps (6 Sessions)

    Ages: Rising Grades 4 - 12
    Director: Mr. Jeff Warden, 
    Tuition: $185

    Teen Studio: Darkroom Photography 
    Young photographers become dynamic designers with the medium of light as they explore black-and-white darkroom photography as well as digital SLR photography. This class will cover composition, pinhole and SLR cameras, shooting and processing 35mm film, enlarging prints, burning and dodging, photograms, solarizing, toning, hand-coloring, digital manipulation, and photo presentation. 

    Dates: June 15 - 19 - AM

    Teen Studio: Airbrush 
    Come explore your artistic side with the power of an airbrush at your fingertips! Working with an airbrush is a wonderfully exciting and creative experience. You will learn how to paint popular airbrush subjects like sunsets, seascapes, pillow hearts, space scenes, animal and people portraits, names and letterforms, flowers, and many other creative exercises designed to pull out the artist in you.

    Dates: June 15 - 19 - PM

    Teen Studio: Ceramics 
    Artists will envelop themselves in the world of clay while learning the techniques and tools commonly used in ceramics. Students will create imaginative works using a variety of methods, including hand building, modeling, hollowing, extrusion and slab building, wheel throwing, press molding, slip casting, and glazing.

    Dates: July 6 - 10 -AM

    Teen Studio: Oil Painting
    Oil paint is a beautiful and versatile medium. A painting foundation will be presented that can easily be built upon for pursuits beyond this class. Students will create a series of paintings with the instructor that will cover a variety of subjects and painting techniques. Drawing will be taught as it applies to the subjects illustrated. Students will work from life when we take a trip outdoors to paint, and they will learn ways to look within themselves for inspiration in more intuitive painting exercises. *A list of supplies for the camp will be sent out prior to the camp’s start date.

    Dates: July 6 - 10 -PM

    Teen Studio: Art Explosion 
    Do you have an interest in the visual arts and look forward to trying new things? This Art Explosion class offers the opportunity to try techniques and media not typically offered in your regular art classes. This program will have you painting with light, using professional-style airbrush techniques, throwing on the potter’s wheel, and much more! 

    Dates: July 20 - 24 -AM

    Teen Studio: Digital Photography
    Students will learn the fundamentals of digital photography and computer-aided manipulation. This class will cover various modes of shooting found on most digital SLR cameras: exposure control, composition, motion and portrait photography, downloading, printing, Photoshop manipulation, and photo presentation. Students should provide their own digital SLR camera with a charged battery.

    Dates: July 20 - 24 -PM

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