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 competition, and games. Balanced competition makes this an enjoyable week for everyone!
Session 3 Dates: July 15 - 19 Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Director: Mr. Mark Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org Tuition: $285
Are you a natural born leader? Do you want to experience the thrills of creating a ‘company’? Don’t miss out on this camp where you will create and sell handmade products at the Sale-A-Thon. This camp will dabble in the world of stocks and current events as it relates to businesses.
Get prepared for the new school year by diving into reading/writing and mathematics. The “Reading/Writing Workshop” helps students become power readers and writers, increasing their phonetic skills, comprehension strategies, and writing abilities. Students respond to reading through a variety of creative channels including verbal, written, and hands-on activities. Diverse reading selections from the CHC Summer Reading Lists and other literary choices ensure an enjoyable and stimulating reading performance. In addition, teachers provide instruction on organizing and writing paragraphs, proofreading, and editing written work, and the reinforcement of grammar and punctuation rules. Students choose topics of their own interest and imagination to enjoy creative and expressive writing. The “Math Workshop” uses a multi-sensory, hands-on approach, making math all add up to fun. Students learn math concepts and problem-solving skills with meaningful connections that illustrate the value of mathematics to their world. The instruction and reinforcement of activities will concentrate on preparing students for the rigors of the mathematics curriculum for the coming year. The students split their time between the two blocks on a daily basis and will have the opportunity to work on their required summer reading, writing, and math assignments.
Abracadabra, Alakazam, hocus pocus! Sit back and enjoy the magical transformation as campers become magicians right before your very eyes! Campers learn amazing magic tricks they can perform for family and friends. Award-winning professional magician Mr. Rob Westcott teaches young magicians various skills and helps them to build self-confidence in a fun and supportive environment. Each child receives a magic case to decorate and fill with a magic wand and tricks they learn throughout the week. On the last day of camp, join us for a magic show where the children perform the magic they have learned! Students who have taken Magic Camp before are also welcomed back. Mr. Westcott has many new tricks for returning students. Space is limited so register today!
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!
Back by popular demand, Paw Patrol returns for its second year of protecting our community. Take to the air with Skye, learn safety with Chase and Marshall, engineer with Rubble and Rocky, and explore the outdoors with Tracker and Zuma! Campers will love learning all about the jobs of their favorite Paw Patrol characters in this fun, hands-on camp. Join us for an exciting week of Paw Patrol adventures!
Every child wants a pet! Whether or not you already have your own, this half-day program is about learning to love and give lots of proper care to a variety of pets. This is the class for kids who love animals. Enjoy field trips to the local SPCA, animal hospitals, and farms, where you will meet animals, help local organizations working with animals, and learn pet CPR and other important animal care techniques. Sign up early as space is limited.
Boys and girls, do you want to make a picture frame out of reclaimed materials? Do you love to dream up new recipes and bake that tasty treat? What about designing your own shirt or making a wallet out of duct tape? The sky's the limit in this camp full of crafty creations. Using Pinterest as our inspiration, we will spend the week creating, cutting, and gluing, as well as bringing our creative imaginations to life. Don't miss out; join Ms. Elliott in this inspired program today!
Explore the magic of Harry Potter using LEGO®! Find Platform 9 ¾, build Hogwarts Express Train, work cooperatively to construct the mysterious Hogwarts Castle, and soar on the wings of a Norwegian Ridgeback Dragon. Travel to a world of wizardry and hone your magical skills while learning about Muggle (STEM) concepts.
Dates: July 15 - 19 Time: 9:00 a.m. - noon Ages: Rising Kindergarten - Grade 2 Director: Mr. Ian Phillips, email@example.com Tuition: $185
Master the magic of Harry Potter using LEGO®! Build Diagon Alley in preparation for your trip to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Hop on your Broomstick and play Quidditch, challenge the serpentine Basilisk, and face the evil Voldemort. Hone your magical skills while learning about advanced Muggle (STEM) concepts.
Dates: July 15 - 19 Time: 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. Ages: Rising Grades 2 - 6 Director: Mr. Ian Phillips, firstname.lastname@example.org Tuition: $185
StemQuest unplugs campers from the computer screen in this narrative-based program. We have intentionally extracted the wide-array of exhilarating challenges and mysteries from gaming and esports and generated a live adventure. Campers will use rovers, bots, drones, and other autonomous creative technology to jump over obstacles, push down walls, lift up boulders, toss energy balls, and navigate through mazes. Teams of campers work together indoors, outdoors and in open-spaced “arenas” throughout the week, utilizing life skills such as design and systems thinking, collaborative problem solving, curiosity, mindfulness, and imagination to outwit, out-build, and out-smart one another as well as the program instructor, The Wizard. Use your resources wisely to defend the kingdom and lead your clan to victory!
This program is focused on exploring the many facets of leading a fulfilling, healthy, and productive lifestyle. At this exciting, intense, and difficult stage of life, we will learn and discuss serious social, emotional, physical and societal concerns. Topics include illegal substances, growth, and development, physical activity, nutrition, preventing violence and abuse, and mental and emotional development. Students will also complete the American Heart Association’s curriculum for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Classroom Health sessions run from 8:00 a.m. - noon on Monday through Friday of each week, and office hours are available from noon - 1:00 p.m. for extra help.