List of 8 items.

  • Pre-Kindergarten

    Playgroup: Outstanding Ocean Animals!
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio 
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join our playgroup and discover the amazing world of ocean animals. Participants will learn about ocean habitats and the animals that live there while experimenting with a variety of media and materials. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration and a snack. Come on and dive in with us!

    The American Girl Doll Adventures 
    PreK - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Get ready for an exciting adventure at camp! Bring your American girl dolls and lots of energy because it’s going to be so much more than just playing with them. At camp, we’ll have a blast using our imagination to explore different times in history with our American Girl Historical Character dolls. It’s not just about the dolls - it’s about discovering their world, culture, and what life was like in America back then.
    As we travel through different time periods, we’ll do fun things like making delicious desserts, having teatime, creating amazing art, and getting hands-on with history! Each day will be filled with tea parties, games, storytelling, reading American Girl Books, and, of course, lots of laughter and fun!

    Clay Creations 
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Students will explore how to craft several different forms utilizing three main techniques: Pinch, Coil, and Slab construction. After each technique is introduced and practiced, students will be asked to rely on their imagination to create personal and unique forms. These one-of-a-kind pieces will be special to each student. Students will have the opportunity to underglaze the pieces which are ready with bright and vibrant colors. Some pieces may be glazed by Mr. Lalomia as some pieces will not be far enough along in the clay cycle. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Playgroup: Marbles, Balls, and Ramps!
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Calling all designers and engineers to join our very special playgroup! Come and explore Kodo ramps and loose parts every morning. Kodo Discovery Ramps are “open ended pieces certain to spark creativity, fun, and problem solving! Children will gain an understanding of force and motion through building and experimenting with physics-based concepts such as gravity, weight, shape, and slope.” Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor building exploration and a snack. Let’s get building!

    Summer Art
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Welcome Summer! Join our playgroup and make art with sand, shells, bubbles, water and more! Participants will experiment with a variety of media and materials. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration, and a snack. Please join us!

    Playgroup: Dynamic Dinosaurs! 
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    July 8th - July 12th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    ROAR! Join our playgroup and discover the complex and amazing world of dinosaurs! Participants will learn about carnivores, herbivores, omnivores and how dinosaurs lived long ago. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration and a snack. Please join us!

    Story Book Clay Characters 
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    This is a wonderful camp which allows each student to use their imaginations and free will to create whimsical characters from popular children’s books. At the start of each project the students will be read to from one of the many children’s books by Mr. Lalomia. Students will then be asked to select a character(s) from the book and create the character out of clay. Students may also choose to create a scene or setting from clay. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Young Yogis
    Grades PreK - 1
    Emily Monahan
    June 17th - 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Calling all yogis! At our Young Yogi camp, participants will immerse themselves in meditation, stretching, and journaling sessions designed to foster self-discovery and inner connection. From tranquil indoor settings to the refreshing outdoors, there will be ample opportunities for students to engage in yoga practices on and off the mat. Come join us as we embark on this empowering yogic adventure together! 

    Storytime Adventures
    Grades PreK - 1
    Emily Monahan
    June 24th - 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Embark on a captivating journey through the pages of a book with Storytime Adventures! Participants will be whisked away into enchanting worlds as they immerse themselves into storytelling, brought to life through engaging art activities, lively skits, and beyond. From indoor escapades to outdoor exploration, there's magic to be found in every corner. Join us and let the adventure unfold! 
  • Kindergarten

    Playgroup: Outstanding Ocean Animals!
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio 
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join our playgroup and discover the amazing world of ocean animals. Participants will learn about ocean habitats and the animals that live there while experimenting with a variety of media and materials. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration and a snack. Come on and dive in with us!

    The American Girl Doll Adventures 
    PreK - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Get ready for an exciting adventure at camp! Bring your American girl dolls and lots of energy because it’s going to be so much more than just playing with them. At camp, we’ll have a blast using our imagination to explore different times in history with our American Girl Historical Character dolls. It’s not just about the dolls - it’s about discovering their world, culture, and what life was like in America back then.
    As we travel through different time periods, we’ll do fun things like making delicious desserts, having teatime, creating amazing art, and getting hands-on with history! Each day will be filled with tea parties, games, storytelling, reading American Girl Books, and, of course, lots of laughter and fun!

    Clay Creations 
    David Lalomia
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Students will explore how to craft several different forms utilizing three main techniques: Pinch, Coil, and Slab construction. After each technique is introduced and practiced, students will be asked to rely on their imagination to create personal and unique forms. These one-of-a-kind pieces will be special to each student. Students will have the opportunity to underglaze the pieces which are ready with bright and vibrant colors. Some pieces may be glazed by Mr. Lalomia as some pieces will not be far enough along in the clay cycle. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Playgroup: Marbles, Balls, and Ramps!
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Calling all designers and engineers to join our very special playgroup! Come and explore Kodo ramps and loose parts every morning. Kodo Discovery Ramps are “open ended pieces certain to spark creativity, fun, and problem solving! Children will gain an understanding of force and motion through building and experimenting with physics-based concepts such as gravity, weight, shape, and slope.” Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor building exploration and a snack. Let’s get building!

    Summer Art
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Welcome Summer! Join our playgroup and make art with sand, shells, bubbles, water and more! Participants will experiment with a variety of media and materials. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration, and a snack. Please join us!

    Playgroup: Dynamic Dinosaurs! 
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    July 8th - July 12th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    ROAR! Join our playgroup and discover the complex and amazing world of dinosaurs! Participants will learn about carnivores, herbivores, omnivores, and how dinosaurs lived long ago. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration and a snack. Please join us!

    Story Book Clay Characters 
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    This is a wonderful camp which allows each student to use their imaginations and free will to create whimsical characters from popular children’s books. At the start of each project the students will be read to from one of the many children’s books by Mr. Lalomia. Students will then be asked to select a character(s) from the book and create the character out of clay. Students may also choose to create a scene or setting from clay. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Literacy Block 
    K - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Fun Phonics, Grammar, and Writing! We will explore vowel sounds, sentence structure, and writing personal narrative stories. Please be sure to pack a light snack and a water bottle. 

    Math Explorers
    K - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 24th - June 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Math Explorers will focus on basic number sense along with some fun hands-on activities that will reinforce the basic number sense concepts. Please be sure to pack a light snack and a water bottle. 

    Young Yogis
    Grades PreK - 1
    Emily Monahan
    June 17th - 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Calling all yogis! At our Young Yogi camp, participants will immerse themselves in meditation, stretching, and journaling sessions designed to foster self-discovery and inner connection. From tranquil indoor settings to the refreshing outdoors, there will be ample opportunities for students to engage in yoga practices on and off the mat. Come join us as we embark on this empowering yogic adventure together! 

    Storytime Adventures
    Grades PreK - 1
    Emily Monahan
    June 24th - 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Embark on a captivating journey through the pages of a book with Storytime Adventures! Participants will be whisked away into enchanting worlds as they immerse themselves into storytelling, brought to life through engaging art activities, lively skits, and beyond. From indoor escapades to outdoor exploration, there's magic to be found in every corner. Join us and let the adventure unfold!
  • Grade 1

    Playgroup: Outstanding Ocean Animals!
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio 
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join our playgroup and discover the amazing world of ocean animals. Participants will learn about ocean habitats and the animals that live there while experimenting with a variety of media and materials. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration and a snack. Come on and dive in with us!

    Mini Cheer Camp Junior
    1 - 3
    Lexi Shazer
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    2.. 4.. 6.. 8! Grab your pom poms and join Mini Cheer Camp Junior. In this energetic camp, students will learn motions, chants, cheers, jumps and dances. We will work on stretching, flexibility, and teamwork, too. Please be sure to bring a water bottle, light snack, and, of course, a cheerful attitude. 

    Forces In Flight
    1 - 2
    Mad Science Instructor
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Journey with us through the principles of flight and aerodynamics! They build airplanes, hovercraft and balloon copters, and explore the role that wind and the movement of air plays on simple flying devices such as kites, hot air balloons and parachutes. 

    The American Girl Doll Adventures 
    PreK - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Get ready for an exciting adventure at camp! Bring your American girl dolls and lots of energy because it’s going to be so much more than just playing with them. At camp, we’ll have a blast using our imagination to explore different times in history with our American Girl Historical Character dolls. It’s not just about the dolls - it’s about discovering their world, culture, and what life was like in America back then.

    As we travel through different time periods, we’ll do fun things like making delicious desserts, having teatime, creating amazing art, and getting hands-on with history! Each day will be filled with tea parties, games, storytelling, reading American Girl Books, and, of course, lots of laughter and fun!

    Clay Creations 
    David Lalomia
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Students will explore how to craft several different forms utilizing three main techniques: Pinch, Coil, and Slab construction. After each technique is introduced and practiced, students will be asked to rely on their imagination to create personal and unique forms. These one-of-a-kind pieces will be special to each student. Students will have the opportunity to underglaze the pieces which are ready with bright and vibrant colors. Some pieces may be glazed by Mr. Lalomia as some pieces will not be far enough along in the clay cycle. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Playgroup: Marbles, Balls, and Ramps!
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Calling all designers and engineers to join our very special playgroup! Come and explore Kodo ramps and loose parts every morning. Kodo Discovery Ramps are “open ended pieces certain to spark creativity, fun, and problem solving! Children will gain an understanding of force and motion through building and experimenting with physics-based concepts such as gravity, weight, shape, and slope.” Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor building exploration and a snack. Let’s get building!

    Embroidery Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Stacey Widenhofer
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Dive into the world of threads and needles, discovering the joy of embroidery in a fun and supportive environment. Our camp promises a blend of learning and laughter as we explore various embroidery techniques and create our own masterpieces. Students will be guided with step-by-step directions, helping to develop fine motor skills and boost confidence in a delightful setting. Beyond the stitches, our camp fosters a sense of camaraderie as children share stories, laughter, and the joy of crafting together.

    Jumpstart to Grade One!
    Grade 1
    Rina Heavner
    July 29th - August 2nd
    9 AM - 12 PM
    The transition from Kindergarten to First Grade is a big step for any child. They will be a part of a “big school” now, have a longer school day, receive homework, and learn to be more independent. To help your child prepare for Fall, we have created a Jumpstart Grade One course. Every day will be structured to mimic the school routine and introduce/reinforce the skills necessary to be successful in the First Grade and beyond. Please be sure to pack a light snack and water bottle. 

    Eureka! Inventor’s Camp
    Grades 1 - 3
    Mad Science Instructor
    July 29th - August 2nd
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and most important of all - your mind!

    Story Book Clay Characters 
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    This is a wonderful camp which allows each student to use their imaginations and free will to create whimsical characters from popular children’s books. At the start of each project the students will be read to from one of the many children’s books by Mr. Lalomia. Students will then be asked to select a character(s) from the book and create the character out of clay. Students may also choose to create a scene or setting from clay. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Little Doctor School Camp
    Grades 1 - 3
    Little Medical School Instructor
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Inspired learning today - healthy futures tomorrow! Camp participants will role-play the key responsibilities of a doctor and learn about vital organs in the human body. These future doctors will learn how to use a stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, and reflex hammer. They will practice administering first aid, learn how pharmacists play a role in administering medications, and more!

    Let’s Make A Racquet: Tennis Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Mark Haffner
    June 17th - June 21st / July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Come join our returning coach, Mark Haffner, for another exciting year of learning to serve, volley, and overhead. Mark Haffner has been a teaching professional for over thirty years and was named the 2010 USTA Tennis Professional of the Year. This high-energy camp will focus on the importance of sportsmanship, agility, movement, and the strength that is involved in the game of tennis. Participants are welcome to bring their own racquet to camp. Equipment will be provided for anyone who does not bring their own. 

    Literacy Block 
    K - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Fun Phonics, Grammar, and Writing! We will explore vowel sounds, sentence structure, and writing personal narrative stories. Please be sure to pack a light snack and a water bottle. 

    Little Veterinarian School Camp
    Grades 1 - 3
    Little Medical School Instructor
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Become a paw-some and purr-fect veterinarian! Camp participants will role-play the key responsibilities of a veterinarian and learn how to care for a dog and/or a cat. These future veterinarians will learn how to remove ticks, perform a nose-to-tail exam, understand proper animal nutrition, and hydration, suture lacerations, and more!

    Summer Art
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Welcome Summer! Join our playgroup and make art with sand, shells, bubbles, water, and more! Participants will experiment with a variety of media and materials. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration and a snack. Please join us!

    Math Explorers
    K - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 24th - June 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Math Explorers will focus on basic number sense along with some fun hands-on activities that will reinforce the basic number sense concepts. Please be sure to pack a light snack and a water bottle. 

    Playgroup: Dynamic Dinosaurs! 
    PreK - 1
    Karen DiMaio
    July 8th - July 12th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    ROAR! Join our playgroup and discover the complex and amazing world of dinosaurs! Participants will learn about carnivores, herbivores, omnivores and how dinosaurs lived long ago. Time will be allotted every day for indoor and outdoor exploration and a snack. Please join us!

    American Sign Language for Early Learners
    Grades 1 - 4
    Dorothy Killmeyer
    July 8th - July 12th / July 15th - July 19th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Have you ever been curious about American Sign Language (ASL)? Being able to use your hands to share thoughts, feelings and words themselves? 

    ASL is growing into a highly influential skill to have throughout both school and post secondary education. All students deserve the change and opportunity to express themselves, and by learning ASL, we give our students another way to express their wants and needs.

    In this course, we will explore the basics of American Sign Language, such as the alphabet, numbers, colors, signs we can use in school, while simultaneously learning the fingerspelling system and incorporating our early literacy skills such as letter recognition, sight word recognition, and spelling rules.

    Young Yogis
    Grades PreK - 1
    Emily Monahan
    June 17th - 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Calling all yogis! At our Young Yogi camp, participants will immerse themselves in meditation, stretching, and journaling sessions designed to foster self-discovery and inner connection. From tranquil indoor settings to the refreshing outdoors, there will be ample opportunities for students to engage in yoga practices on and off the mat. Come join us as we embark on this empowering yogic adventure together! 

    Storytime Adventures
    Grades PreK - 1
    Emily Monahan
    June 24th - 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Embark on a captivating journey through the pages of a book with Storytime Adventures! Participants will be whisked away into enchanting worlds as they immerse themselves into storytelling, brought to life through engaging art activities, lively skits, and beyond. From indoor escapades to outdoor exploration, there's magic to be found in every corner. Join us and let the adventure unfold! 
  • Grade 2

    Mini Cheer Camp Junior
    1 - 3
    Lexi Shazer
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    2.. 4.. 6.. 8! Grab your pom poms and join Mini Cheer Camp Junior. In this energetic camp, students will learn motions, chants, cheers, jumps and dances. We will work on stretching, flexibility, and teamwork, too. Please be sure to bring a water bottle, light snack, and, of course, a cheerful attitude. 

    Forces In Flight
    1 - 2
    Mad Science Instructor
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Journey with us through the principles of flight and aerodynamics! They build airplanes, hovercraft and balloon copters, and explore the role that wind and the movement of air plays on simple flying devices such as kites, hot air balloons and parachutes. 

    The American Girl Doll Adventures 
    PreK - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Get ready for an exciting adventure at camp! Bring your American girl dolls and lots of energy because it’s going to be so much more than just playing with them. At camp, we’ll have a blast using our imagination to explore different times in history with our American Girl Historical Character dolls. It’s not just about the dolls - it’s about discovering their world, culture, and what life was like in America back then.
    As we travel through different time periods, we’ll do fun things like making delicious desserts, having teatime, creating amazing art, and getting hands-on with history! Each day will be filled with tea parties, games, storytelling, reading American Girl Books, and, of course, lots of laughter and fun!

    Clay Creations 
    David Lalomia
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Students will explore how to craft several different forms utilizing three main techniques: Pinch, Coil, and Slab construction. After each technique is introduced and practiced, students will be asked to rely on their imagination to create personal and unique forms. These one-of-a-kind pieces will be special to each student. Students will have the opportunity to underglaze the pieces which are ready with bright and vibrant colors. Some pieces may be glazed by Mr. Lalomia as some pieces will not be far enough along in the clay cycle. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Embroidery Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Stacey Widenhofer
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Dive into the world of threads and needles, discovering the joy of embroidery in a fun and supportive environment. Our camp promises a blend of learning and laughter as we explore various embroidery techniques and create our own masterpieces. Students will be guided with step-by-step directions, helping to develop fine motor skills and boost confidence in a delightful setting. Beyond the stitches, our camp fosters a sense of camaraderie as children share stories, laughter, and the joy of crafting together.

    Let’s Make A Racquet: Tennis Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Mark Haffner
    June 17th - June 21st / July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Come join our returning coach, Mark Haffner, for another exciting year of learning to serve, volley, and overhead. Mark Haffner has been a teaching professional for over thirty years and was named the 2010 USTA Tennis Professional of the Year. This high-energy camp will focus on the importance of sportsmanship, agility, movement, and the strength that is involved in the game of tennis. Participants are welcome to bring their own racquet to camp. Equipment will be provided for anyone who does not bring their own. 

    Ninja Turtles or Renaissance Artists?
    Grades 2 - 4
    Janice Richman
    June 17th - 21st / June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Have you heard of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Well, you will learn about the famous Italian renaissance artists behind the names Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello. You will learn about famous renaissance art and try your hand at sfumato painting, clay sculpture and drawing just like an Italian artist!

    Literacy Block 
    K - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Fun Phonics, Grammar, and Writing! We will explore vowel sounds, sentence structure, and writing personal narrative stories. Please be sure to pack a light snack and a water bottle. 

    Little Veterinarian School Camp
    Grades 1 - 3
    Little Medical School Instructor
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Become a paw-some and purr-fect veterinarian! Camp participants will role-play the key responsibilities of a veterinarian and learn how to care for a dog and/or a cat. These future veterinarians will learn how to remove ticks, perform a nose-to-tail exam, understand proper animal nutrition, and hydration, suture lacerations, and more!

    Design and Build
    Grades 2 - 5
    Ron Kinser
    June 24th - June 28th / July 15th - July 19th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Students will work on projects requiring design and building. Lego sets, dominos, and puzzles will be offered to students. In addition, students can bring in their own projects from home to work on. Planning, attention to detail, strategy, and resilience will be emphasized. Students should bring water and snacks to camp each day.

    Math Explorers
    K - 2
    Rina Heavner
    June 24th - June 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Math Explorers will focus on basic number sense along with some fun hands-on activities that will reinforce the basic number sense concepts. Please be sure to pack a light snack and a water bottle. 

    Red Hot Robots
    Grades 2 - 3
    Mad Science Instructor
    July 8th - July 12th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join the Mad Science instructors as students discover the science of circuits and how robots use sensors to explore things around them. Students will use their skills to build their very own working robot to take home! Please note that there is an additional $40 materials fee for the robots that will be made in this program. Please be sure to apply this fee to your cart during enrollment. 

    American Sign Language for Early Learners
    Grades 1 - 4
    Dorothy Killmeyer
    July 8th - July 12th / July 15th - July 19th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Have you ever been curious about American Sign Language (ASL)? Being able to use your hands to share thoughts, feelings and words themselves? 

    ASL is growing into a highly influential skill to have throughout both school and post secondary education. All students deserve the change and opportunity to express themselves, and by learning ASL, we give our students another way to express their wants and needs.

    In this course, we will explore the basics of American Sign Language, such as the alphabet, numbers, colors, signs we can use in school, while simultaneously learning the fingerspelling system and incorporating our early literacy skills such as letter recognition, sight word recognition, and spelling rules. 

    Story Book Clay Characters 
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    This is a wonderful camp which allows each student to use their imaginations and free will to create whimsical characters from popular children’s books. At the start of each project the students will be read to from one of the many children’s books by Mr. Lalomia. Students will then be asked to select a character(s) from the book and create the character out of clay. Students may also choose to create a scene or setting from clay. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Little Doctor School Camp
    Grades 1 - 3
    Little Medical School Instructor
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Inspired learning today - healthy futures tomorrow! Camp participants will role-play the key responsibilities of a doctor and learn about vital organs in the human body. These future doctors will learn how to use a stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, and reflex hammer. They will practice administering first aid, learn how pharmacists play a role in administering medications, and more!

    Eureka! Inventor’s Camp
    Grades 1 - 3 (AM) / 2 - 4 (PM)
    Mad Science Instructor
    July 29th - August 2nd
    9 AM - 12 PM OR 1 PM - 4 PM
    Overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and most important of all - your mind!

    Junior Hoops Basketball Camp
    Grades 2 - 6
    Jill Capozzi
    June 24th - June 28th 
    9 AM - 12 PM
    The Junior Hoops Basketball program is here! Come and learn the fundamentals of the game in a fun atmosphere full of instruction and competitions. Shooting, dribbling, passing, and defending are just some of the skills that will be featured. All participants will receive a t-shirt. Grab a friend, and we will see you in the Snyder Gym!
  • Grade 3

    Mini Cheer Camp Junior
    1 - 3
    Lexi Shazer
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    2.. 4.. 6.. 8! Grab your pom poms and join Mini Cheer Camp Junior. In this energetic camp, students will learn motions, chants, cheers, jumps and dances. We will work on stretching, flexibility, and teamwork, too. Please be sure to bring a water bottle, light snack, and, of course, a cheerful attitude. 

    Forces In Flight
    3 - 4
    Mad Science Instructor
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Journey with us through the principles of flight and aerodynamics! They build airplanes, hovercraft and balloon copters, and explore the role that wind and the movement of air plays on simple flying devices such as kites, hot air balloons and parachutes. 

    Clay Creations 
    David Lalomia
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Students will explore how to craft several different forms utilizing three main techniques: Pinch, Coil, and Slab construction. After each technique is introduced and practiced, students will be asked to rely on their imagination to create personal and unique forms. These one-of-a-kind pieces will be special to each student. Students will have the opportunity to underglaze the pieces which are ready with bright and vibrant colors. Some pieces may be glazed by Mr. Lalomia as some pieces will not be far enough along in the clay cycle. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Embroidery Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Stacey Widenhofer
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Dive into the world of threads and needles, discovering the joy of embroidery in a fun and supportive environment. Our camp promises a blend of learning and laughter as we explore various embroidery techniques and create our own masterpieces. Students will be guided with step-by-step directions, helping to develop fine motor skills and boost confidence in a delightful setting. Beyond the stitches, our camp fosters a sense of camaraderie as children share stories, laughter, and the joy of crafting together.

    Let’s Make A Racquet: Tennis Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Mark Haffner
    June 17th - June 21st / July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Come join our returning coach, Mark Haffner, for another exciting year of learning to serve, volley, and overhead. Mark Haffner has been a teaching professional for over thirty years and was named the 2010 USTA Tennis Professional of the Year. This high-energy camp will focus on the importance of sportsmanship, agility, movement, and the strength that is involved in the game of tennis. Participants are welcome to bring their own racquet to camp. Equipment will be provided for anyone who does not bring their own. 

    Ninja Turtles or Renaissance Artists?
    Grades 2 - 4
    Janice Richman
    June 17th - 21st / June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Have you heard of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Well, you will learn about the famous Italian renaissance artists behind the names Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello. You will learn about famous renaissance art and try your hand at sfumato painting, clay sculpture and drawing just like an Italian artist!

    Tabletop Adventures
    Grades 3 - 5
    Rachel Smith
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Spend your week playing Dungeons & Dragons and similar tabletop roleplaying games! Each day we’ll try out a different game system with a unique world and set of rules. We’ll take breaks from gaming for projects such as designing your character’s outfit, creating an imaginative beast, or drawing a map of a land you’ve dreamed up. Throughout the week we’ll discover and discuss what it means to be both a good player and a good game master and interested students will have the opportunity to run their own short adventure. 

    Little Veterinarian School Camp
    Grades 1 - 3
    Little Medical School Instructor
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Become a paw-some and purr-fect veterinarian! Camp participants will role-play the key responsibilities of a veterinarian and learn how to care for a dog and/or a cat. These future veterinarians will learn how to remove ticks, perform a nose-to-tail exam, understand proper animal nutrition, and hydration, suture lacerations, and more!

    Junior Hoops Basketball Camp
    Grades 2 - 6
    Jill Capozzi
    June 24th - June 28th 
    9 AM - 12 PM
    The Junior Hoops Basketball program is here! Come and learn the fundamentals of the game in a fun atmosphere full of instruction and competitions. Shooting, dribbling, passing and defending are just some of the skills that will be featured. All participants will receive a t-shirt. Grab a friend, and we will see you in the Snyder Gym!

    Design and Build
    Grades 2 - 5
    Ron Kinser
    June 24th - June 28th / July 15th - July 19th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Students will work on projects requiring design and building. Lego sets, dominos, and puzzles will be offered to students. In addition, students can bring in their own projects from home to work on. Planning, attention to detail, strategy, and resilience will be emphasized. Students should bring water and snacks to camp each day.

    Pottery Wheel: Bowls & Trimming
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    June 24th - June 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating simple bowls, and after this milestone is mastered, students will try their hands at trimming the bowls. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Backyard Sports 
    Grades 3 - 5
    Ron Kinser
    June 24th - June 28th / July 15th - July 19th 
    1 PM - 4 PM (For both weeks)
    Students will learn about and play a series of fun sports including flag football, kickball, Wiffle Ball, soccer, and volleyball. Teamwork, effort, strategy, resilience, and sportsmanship will be emphasized. Students should bring water, snacks and a hat to camp each day.

    Red Hot Robots
    Grades 2 - 3
    Mad Science Instructor
    July 8th - July 12th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join the Mad Science instructors as students discover the science of circuits and how robots use sensors to explore things around them. Students will use their skills to build their very own working robot to take home! Please note that there is an additional $40 materials fee for the robots that will be made in this program. Please be sure to apply this fee to your cart during enrollment. 

    Backyard Sports 
    Grades 3 - 5
    Chris Carney
    July 8th - July 12th 
    9 AM - 12 PM 
    Students will learn about and play a series of fun sports including flag football, kickball, Wiffle Ball, soccer, and volleyball. Teamwork, effort, strategy, resilience, and sportsmanship will be emphasized. Students should bring water, snacks, and a hat to camp each day.

    Story Book Clay Characters
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    This is a wonderful camp which allows each student to use their imaginations and free will to create whimsical characters from popular children’s books. At the start of each project the students will be read to from one of the many children’s books by Mr. Lalomia. Students will then be asked to select a character(s) from the book and create the character out of clay. Students may also choose to create a scene or setting from clay. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    American Sign Language for Early Learners
    Grades 1 - 4
    Dorothy Killmeyer
    July 8th - July 12th / July 15th - July 19th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Have you ever been curious about American Sign Language (ASL)? Being able to use your hands to share thoughts, feelings and words themselves? 

    ASL is growing into a highly influential skill to have throughout both school and post secondary education. All students deserve the change and opportunity to express themselves, and by learning ASL, we give our students another way to express their wants and needs.

    In this course, we will explore the basics of American Sign Language, such as the alphabet, numbers, colors, signs we can use in school, while simultaneously learning the fingerspelling system and incorporating our early literacy skills such as letter recognition, sight word recognition, and spelling rules. 

    Pottery Wheel Cups & Mugs
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating cups and mugs. Students will be taught several different techniques on how to create handles. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Little Doctor School Camp
    Grades 1 - 3
    Little Medical School Instructor
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Inspired learning today - healthy futures tomorrow! Camp participants will role-play the key responsibilities of a doctor and learn about vital organs in the human body. These future doctors will learn how to use a stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, and reflex hammer. They will practice administering first aid, learn how pharmacists play a role in administering medications, and more!

    Sewickley Academy Boys Lacrosse Camp
    Grades 3 - 8
    Sam Futrovsky
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join us this summer for a week of lacrosse camp! Learn the Sewickley lacrosse way while getting a high quantity of high quality reps! It is our mission to provide a fun, challenging, and safe environment that teaches players about the great game of lacrosse, develops skills and teamwork, and leaves players wanting more. 

    Camp is open to players of all different experience levels. Participants will get the opportunity to work with everyone as well as with other players who are alike in both age and ability. At the end of the week campers will be able to test their skills during contests, and prizes will be awarded. 

    Lacrosse is a full contact sport and this program will have games and drills where contact will happen. Participants must come fully equipped with their own stick, helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, and arm pads. Players should also have a mouth guard, wear cleats, and bring a water bottle daily. A limited number of full equipment sets are available on a first-come first-serve basis to be loaned to families as needed. Each player will receive a practice jersey, and water coolers will be available for refilling bottles.

    Floor Hockey
    Grades 3 - 5
    Mark Haffner
    July 22nd - July 26th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Come join our returning coach, Mark Haffner, for a new and exciting experience this summer! You've learned how to volley and serve in Coach Haffner's Let's Make A Racquet Tennis Camp, now it's time to learn how to aim and shoot in the Floor Hockey Camp. Mark Haffner has been a teaching professional for over 40 years and serves as a former USA Hockey Referee and hockey player. This high-energy camp will focus on the importance of sportsmanship, movement, and the fundamentals of floor hockey such as passing, shooting, and ball possession. Participants are required to bring a face mask, stick and shin pads. Participants are also highly encouraged to bring a water bottle and a light snack to camp every day.

    Eureka! Inventor’s Camp
    Grades 1 - 3 (AM) / 2 - 4 (PM)
    Mad Science Instructor
    July 29th - August 2nd
    9 AM - 12 PM OR 1 PM - 4 PM
    Overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors, and most important of all - your mind!

    Discover the Magic of Math
    Grades 3 - 5
    Kalyn Whelan
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Unlock the door to a world of excitement and exploration with our camp, Discover the Magic of Math! Dive into a week filled with thrilling challenges, hands-on activities, and boundless opportunities to ignite your passion for mathematics. Who says learning can't be fun? From math games to strategic competitions, every moment at our camp is a chance to learn, grow, and have a blast! Embark on a journey where math comes to life as our camp blends fun and learning seamlessly with interactive workshops, brain-teasing puzzles, and real-world problem-solving activities that will sharpen your skills while sparking your curiosity.

    Authors and Illustrators
    Grades 3 - 5
    Kalyn Whelan
    June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Step into the exciting world of Authors and Illustrators, where worlds and pictures come alive in the stories you create! Join us for a week of fun-filled activities as we explore the amazing world of storytelling together. Dive into enchanting books, write your own stories, and bring them to life with colorful illustrations. Get ready for an exciting adventure where you'll harness your creativity, craft your own stories, and explore the possibilities of your imagination! 
  • Grade 4

    Mini Cheer Camp
    4 - 6
    Lexi Shazer
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    2.. 4.. 6.. 8! Grab your pom poms and join Mini Cheer Camp. In this energetic camp, students will learn motions, chants, cheers, jumps and dances. We will work on stretching, flexibility, and teamwork, too. Please be sure to bring a water bottle, light snack, and, of course, a cheerful attitude. 

    Forces In Flight
    3 - 4
    Mad Science Instructor
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Journey with us through the principles of flight and aerodynamics! They build airplanes, hovercraft and balloon copters, and explore the role that wind and the movement of air plays on simple flying devices such as kites, hot air balloons and parachutes. 

    Clay Creations 
    David Lalomia
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Students will explore how to craft several different forms utilizing three main techniques: Pinch, Coil, and Slab construction. After each technique is introduced and practiced, students will be asked to rely on their imagination to create personal and unique forms. These one-of-a-kind pieces will be special to each student. Students will have the opportunity to underglaze the pieces which are ready with bright and vibrant colors. Some pieces may be glazed by Mr. Lalomia as some pieces will not be far enough along in the clay cycle. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Embroidery Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Stacey Widenhofer
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Dive into the world of threads and needles, discovering the joy of embroidery in a fun and supportive environment. Our camp promises a blend of learning and laughter as we explore various embroidery techniques and create our own masterpieces. Students will be guided with step-by-step directions, helping to develop fine motor skills and boost confidence in a delightful setting. Beyond the stitches, our camp fosters a sense of camaraderie as children share stories, laughter, and the joy of crafting together.

    Let’s Make A Racquet: Tennis Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Mark Haffner
    June 17th - June 21st / July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Come join our returning coach, Mark Haffner, for another exciting year of learning to serve, volley, and overhead. Mark Haffner has been a teaching professional for over thirty years and was named the 2010 USTA Tennis Professional of the Year. This high-energy camp will focus on the importance of sportsmanship, agility, movement, and the strength that is involved in the game of tennis. Participants are welcome to bring their own racquet to camp. Equipment will be provided for anyone who does not bring their own. 

    Ninja Turtles or Renaissance Artists?
    Grades 2 - 4
    Janice Richman
    June 17th - 21st / June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Have you heard of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Well, you will learn about the famous Italian renaissance artists behind the names Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello. You will learn about famous renaissance art and try your hand at sfumato painting, clay sculpture and drawing just like an Italian artist!

    Tabletop Adventures
    Grades 3 - 5
    Rachel Smith
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Spend your week playing Dungeons & Dragons and similar tabletop roleplaying games! Each day we’ll try out a different game system with a unique world and set of rules. We’ll take breaks from gaming for projects such as designing your character’s outfit, creating an imaginative beast, or drawing a map of a land you’ve dreamed up. Throughout the week we’ll discover and discuss what it means to be both a good player and a good game master and interested students will have the opportunity to run their own short adventure. 

    Junior Hoops Basketball Camp
    Grades 2 - 6
    Jill Capozzi
    June 24th - June 28th 
    9 AM - 12 PM
    The Junior Hoops Basketball program is here! Come and learn the fundamentals of the game in a fun atmosphere full of instruction and competitions. Shooting, dribbling, passing and defending are just some of the skills that will be featured. All participants will receive a t-shirt. Grab a friend, and we will see you in the Snyder Gym!

    Design and Build
    Grades 2 - 5
    Ron Kinser
    June 24th - June 28th / July 15th - July 19th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Students will work on projects requiring design and building. Lego sets, dominos, and puzzles will be offered to students. In addition, students can bring in their own projects from home to work on. Planning, attention to detail, strategy, and resilience will be emphasized. Students should bring water and snacks to camp each day.

    Pottery Wheel: Bowls & Trimming
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    June 24th - June 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating simple bowls, and after this milestone is mastered, students will try their hands at trimming the bowls. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Backyard Sports 
    Grades 3 - 5
    Ron Kinser
    June 24th - June 28th / July 15th - July 19th 
    1 PM - 4 PM (For both weeks)
    Students will learn about and play a series of fun sports including flag football, kickball, Wiffle Ball, soccer, and volleyball. Teamwork, effort, strategy, resilience, and sportsmanship will be emphasized. Students should bring water, snacks and a hat to camp each day.

    Red Hot Robots
    Grades 4 - 5
    Mad Science Instructor
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Join the Mad Science instructors as students discover the science of circuits and how robots use sensors to explore things around them. Students will use their skills to build their very own working robot to take home! Please note that there is an additional $40 materials fee for the robots that will be made in this program. Please be sure to apply this fee to your cart during enrollment. 

    Backyard Sports 
    Grades 3 - 5
    Chris Carney
    July 8th - July 12th 
    9 AM - 12 PM 
    Students will learn about and play a series of fun sports including flag football, kickball, Wiffle Ball, soccer, and volleyball. Teamwork, effort, strategy, resilience, and sportsmanship will be emphasized. Students should bring water, snacks and a hat to camp each day.

    Story Book Clay Characters
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    This is a wonderful camp which allows each student to use their imaginations and free will to create whimsical characters from popular children’s books. At the start of each project the students will be read to from one of the many children’s books by Mr. Lalomia. Students will then be asked to select a character(s) from the book and create the character out of clay. Students may also choose to create a scene or setting from clay. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    American Sign Language for Early Learners
    Grades 1 - 4
    Dorothy Killmeyer
    July 8th - July 12th / July 15th - July 19th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Have you ever been curious about American Sign Language (ASL)? Being able to use your hands to share thoughts, feelings and words themselves? 

    ASL is growing into a highly influential skill to have throughout both school and post secondary education. All students deserve the change and opportunity to express themselves, and by learning ASL, we give our students another way to express their wants and needs.

    In this course, we will explore the basics of American Sign Language, such as the alphabet, numbers, colors, signs we can use in school, while simultaneously learning the fingerspelling system and incorporating our early literacy skills such as letter recognition, sight word recognition, and spelling rules. 

    Pottery Wheel Cups & Mugs
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating cups and mugs. Students will be taught several different techniques on how to create handles. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.
     
    Sewickley Academy Boys Lacrosse Camp
    Grades 3 - 8
    Sam Futrovsky
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join us this summer for a week of lacrosse camp! Learn the Sewickley lacrosse way while getting a high quantity of high quality reps! It is our mission to provide a fun, challenging, and safe environment that teaches players about the great game of lacrosse, develops skills and teamwork, and leaves players wanting more. 

    Camp is open to players of all different experience levels. Participants will get the opportunity to work with everyone as well as with other players who are alike in both age and ability. At the end of the week campers will be able to test their skills during contests, and prizes will be awarded. 

    Lacrosse is a full contact sport and this program will have games and drills where contact will happen. Participants must come fully equipped with their own stick, helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, and arm pads. Players should also have a mouth guard, wear cleats, and bring a water bottle daily. A limited number of full equipment sets are available on a first-come first-serve basis to be loaned to families as needed. Each player will receive a practice jersey, and water coolers will be available for refilling bottles.

    Floor Hockey
    Grades 3 - 5
    Mark Haffner
    July 22nd - July 26th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Come join our returning coach, Mark Haffner, for a new and exciting experience this summer! You've learned how to volley and serve in Coach Haffner's Let's Make A Racquet Tennis Camp, now it's time to learn how to aim and shoot in the Floor Hockey Camp. Mark Haffner has been a teaching professional for over 40 years and serves as a former USA Hockey Referee and hockey player. This high-energy camp will focus on the importance of sportsmanship, movement, and the fundamentals of floor hockey such as passing, shooting, and ball possession. Participants are required to bring a face mask, stick and shin pads. Participants are also highly encouraged to bring a water bottle and a light snack to camp every day.

    Eureka! Inventor’s Camp
    Grades 2 - 4
    Mad Science Instructor
    July 29th - August 2nd
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and most important of all - your mind!

    Junior Historians of Sewickley
    Grades 4 - 6
    Lindsay Downs
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM & 1 PM - 4 PM
    Dive into the past with "Junior Historians of Sewickley"! Embark on an unforgettable adventure this summer as your young historians discover the hidden gems of Sewickley’s vibrant history! Through engaging activities and exploration, your children will uncover the tales that shaped Sewickley. Equip your budding historians with essential research skills that will make them true detectives of the past. They'll unravel mysteries, dig into archives, and piece together the fascinating puzzle of Sewickley's history. Our morning sessions will focus on research and exploration in the Hansen Library. Join us for a week filled with laughter, learning, and the joy of discovery. Let your child become a part of the "Junior Historians of Sewickley" and leave with a newfound appreciation for the rich tapestry of their local history!

    Discover the Magic of Math
    Grades 3 - 5
    Kalyn Whelan
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Unlock the door to a world of excitement and exploration with our camp, Discover the Magic of Math! Dive into a week filled with thrilling challenges, hands-on activities, and boundless opportunities to ignite your passion for mathematics. Who says learning can't be fun? From math games to strategic competitions, every moment at our camp is a chance to learn, grow, and have a blast! Embark on a journey where math comes to life as our camp blends fun and learning seamlessly with interactive workshops, brain-teasing puzzles, and real-world problem-solving activities that will sharpen your skills while sparking your curiosity.

    Authors and Illustrators
    Grades 3 - 5
    Kalyn Whelan
    June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Step into the exciting world of Authors and Illustrators, where worlds and pictures come alive in the stories you create! Join us for a week of fun-filled activities as we explore the amazing world of storytelling together. Dive into enchanting books, write your own stories, and bring them to life with colorful illustrations. Get ready for an exciting adventure where you'll harness your creativity, craft your own stories, and explore the possibilities of your imagination! 
  • Grade 5

    Mini Cheer Camp
    Grades 4 - 6
    Lexi Shazer
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    2.. 4.. 6.. 8! Grab your pom poms and join Mini Cheer Camp. In this energetic camp, students will learn motions, chants, cheers, jumps and dances. We will work on stretching, flexibility, and teamwork, too. Please be sure to bring a water bottle, light snack, and, of course, a cheerful attitude. 

    Clay Creations 
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Students will explore how to craft several different forms utilizing three main techniques: Pinch, Coil, and Slab construction. After each technique is introduced and practiced, students will be asked to rely on their imagination to create personal and unique forms. These one-of-a-kind pieces will be special to each student. Students will have the opportunity to underglaze the pieces which are ready with bright and vibrant colors. Some pieces may be glazed by Mr. Lalomia as some pieces will not be far enough along in the clay cycle. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Embroidery Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Stacey Widenhofer
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Dive into the world of threads and needles, discovering the joy of embroidery in a fun and supportive environment. Our camp promises a blend of learning and laughter as we explore various embroidery techniques and create our own masterpieces. Students will be guided with step-by-step directions, helping to develop fine motor skills and boost confidence in a delightful setting. Beyond the stitches, our camp fosters a sense of camaraderie as children share stories, laughter, and the joy of crafting together.

    Let’s Make A Racquet: Tennis Camp
    Grades 1 - 5
    Mark Haffner
    June 17th - June 21st / July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Come join our returning coach, Mark Haffner, for another exciting year of learning to serve, volley, and overhead. Mark Haffner has been a teaching professional for over thirty years and was named the 2010 USTA Tennis Professional of the Year. This high-energy camp will focus on the importance of sportsmanship, agility, movement, and the strength that is involved in the game of tennis. Participants are welcome to bring their own racquet to camp. Equipment will be provided for anyone who does not bring their own. 

    Tabletop Adventures
    Grades 3 - 5
    Rachel Smith
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Spend your week playing Dungeons & Dragons and similar tabletop roleplaying games! Each day we’ll try out a different game system with a unique world and set of rules. We’ll take breaks from gaming for projects such as designing your character’s outfit, creating an imaginative beast, or drawing a map of a land you’ve dreamed up. Throughout the week we’ll discover and discuss what it means to be both a good player and a good game master and interested students will have the opportunity to run their own short adventure. 

    Junior Hoops Basketball Camp
    Grades 2 - 6
    Jill Capozzi
    June 24th - June 28th 
    9 AM - 12 PM
    The Junior Hoops Basketball program is here! Come and learn the fundamentals of the game in a fun atmosphere full of instruction and competitions. Shooting, dribbling, passing and defending are just some of the skills that will be featured. All participants will receive a t-shirt. Grab a friend, and we will see you in the Snyder Gym!

    Design and Build
    Grades 2 - 5
    Ron Kinser
    June 24th - June 28th / July 15th - July 19th
    9 AM - 12 PM (For both weeks)
    Students will work on projects requiring design and building. Lego sets, dominos, and puzzles will be offered to students. In addition, students can bring in their own projects from home to work on. Planning, attention to detail, strategy, and resilience will be emphasized. Students should bring water and snacks to camp each day.

    Pottery Wheel: Bowls & Trimming
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    June 24th - June 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating simple bowls, and after this milestone is mastered, students will try their hands at trimming the bowls. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Backyard Sports 
    Grades 3 - 5
    Ron Kinser
    June 24th - June 28th / July 15th - July 19th 
    1 PM - 4 PM (For both weeks)
    Students will learn about and play a series of fun sports including flag football, kickball, Wiffle Ball, soccer, and volleyball. Teamwork, effort, strategy, resilience, and sportsmanship will be emphasized. Students should bring water, snacks and a hat to camp each day.

    Red Hot Robots
    Grades 4 - 5
    Mad Science Instructor
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Join the Mad Science instructors as students discover the science of circuits and how robots use sensors to explore things around them. Students will use their skills to build their very own working robot to take home! Please note that there is an additional $40 materials fee for the robots that will be made in this program. Please be sure to apply this fee to your cart during enrollment. 

    Backyard Sports 
    Grades 3 - 5
    Chris Carney
    July 8th - July 12th 
    9 AM - 12 PM 
    Students will learn about and play a series of fun sports including flag football, kickball, Wiffle Ball, soccer, and volleyball. Teamwork, effort, strategy, resilience, and sportsmanship will be emphasized. Students should bring water, snacks and a hat to camp each day.

    Story Book Clay Characters
    PreK - 5
    David Lalomia
    July 8th - July 12th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    This is a wonderful camp which allows each student to use their imaginations and free will to create whimsical characters from popular children’s books. At the start of each project the students will be read to from one of the many children’s books by Mr. Lalomia. Students will then be asked to select a character(s) from the book and create the character out of clay. Students may also choose to create a scene or setting from clay. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Pottery Wheel Cups & Mugs
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating cups and mugs. Students will be taught several different techniques on how to create handles. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Sewickley Academy Boys Lacrosse Camp
    Grades 3 - 8
    Sam Futrovsky
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join us this summer for a week of lacrosse camp! Learn the Sewickley lacrosse way while getting a high quantity of high quality reps! It is our mission to provide a fun, challenging, and safe environment that teaches players about the great game of lacrosse, develops skills and teamwork, and leaves players wanting more. 

    Camp is open to players of all different experience levels. Participants will get the opportunity to work with everyone as well as with other players who are alike in both age and ability. At the end of the week campers will be able to test their skills during contests, and prizes will be awarded. 

    Lacrosse is a full contact sport and this program will have games and drills where contact will happen. Participants must come fully equipped with their own stick, helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, and arm pads. Players should also have a mouth guard, wear cleats, and bring a water bottle daily. A limited number of full equipment sets are available on a first-come first-serve basis to be loaned to families as needed. Each player will receive a practice jersey, and water coolers will be available for refilling bottles.

    Floor Hockey
    Grades 3 - 5
    Mark Haffner
    July 22nd - July 26th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Come join our returning coach, Mark Haffner, for a new and exciting experience this summer! You've learned how to volley and serve in Coach Haffner's Let's Make A Racquet Tennis Camp, now it's time to learn how to aim and shoot in the Floor Hockey Camp. Mark Haffner has been a teaching professional for over 40 years and serves as a former USA Hockey Referee and hockey player. This high-energy camp will focus on the importance of sportsmanship, movement, and the fundamentals of floor hockey such as passing, shooting, and ball possession. Participants are required to bring a face mask, stick and shin pads. Participants are also highly encouraged to bring a water bottle and a light snack to camp every day.

    Beginner Percussion Camp
    Grades 5 - 8
    Matthew McCune
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Drum roll please! In our Beginner Percussion Camp, students will learn rudimentary percussion skills as they relate to marching percussion. By the end of their time in camp, students will be able to understand how to count time signatures, read percussion sheet music, and perform a “cadence” drumbeat for their peers. Students are required to bring their own pair of drumsticks and a drum pad. Recommendations for these materials will be provided upon request.

    Junior Historians of Sewickley
    Grades 4 - 6
    Lindsay Downs
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM & 1 PM - 4 PM
    Dive into the past with "Junior Historians of Sewickley"! Embark on an unforgettable adventure this summer as your young historians discover the hidden gems of Sewickley’s vibrant history! Through engaging activities and exploration, your children will uncover the tales that shaped Sewickley. Equip your budding historians with essential research skills that will make them true detectives of the past. They'll unravel mysteries, dig into archives, and piece together the fascinating puzzle of Sewickley's history. Our morning sessions will focus on research and exploration in the Hansen Library. Join us for a week filled with laughter, learning, and the joy of discovery. Let your child become a part of the "Junior Historians of Sewickley" and leave with a newfound appreciation for the rich tapestry of their local history!

    Discover the Magic of Math
    Grades 3 - 5
    Kalyn Whelan
    June 10th - June 14th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Unlock the door to a world of excitement and exploration with our camp, Discover the Magic of Math! Dive into a week filled with thrilling challenges, hands-on activities, and boundless opportunities to ignite your passion for mathematics. Who says learning can't be fun? From math games to strategic competitions, every moment at our camp is a chance to learn, grow, and have a blast! Embark on a journey where math comes to life as our camp blends fun and learning seamlessly with interactive workshops, brain-teasing puzzles, and real-world problem-solving activities that will sharpen your skills while sparking your curiosity.

    Authors and Illustrators
    Grades 3 - 5
    Kalyn Whelan
    June 24th - June 28th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Step into the exciting world of Authors and Illustrators, where worlds and pictures come alive in the stories you create! Join us for a week of fun-filled activities as we explore the amazing world of storytelling together. Dive into enchanting books, write your own stories, and bring them to life with colorful illustrations. Get ready for an exciting adventure where you'll harness your creativity, craft your own stories, and explore the possibilities of your imagination! 
  • Grade 6

    Mini Cheer Camp
    Grades 4 - 6
    Lexi Shazer
    June 10th - June 14th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    2.. 4.. 6.. 8! Grab your pom poms and join Mini Cheer Camp. In this energetic camp, students will learn motions, chants, cheers, jumps and dances. We will work on stretching, flexibility, and teamwork, too. Please be sure to bring a water bottle, light snack, and, of course, a cheerful attitude. 

    Coding Camp for Beginners 
    Grades 6 - 8
    Lei Guo
    June 17th - July 29th (No class will be held the week of July 1st)
    9 AM - 12 PM (For all weeks)
    Coding is one of the leading skills in today's digital age and assists our students to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking. In this interactive program, students will learn how to code with computer languages such as C++, Java, and Python.

    Tabletop Adventures
    Grades 6 - 8
    Rachel Smith
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Spend your week playing Dungeons & Dragons and similar tabletop roleplaying games! Each day we’ll try out a different game system with a unique world and set of rules. We’ll take breaks from gaming for projects such as designing your character’s outfit, creating an imaginative beast, or drawing a map of a land you’ve dreamed up. Throughout the week we’ll discover and discuss what it means to be both a good player and a good game master and interested students will have the opportunity to run their own short adventure. 

    Junior Hoops Basketball Camp
    Grades 2 - 6
    Jill Capozzi
    June 24th - June 28th 
    9 AM - 12 PM
    The Junior Hoops Basketball program is here! Come and learn the fundamentals of the game in a fun atmosphere full of instruction and competitions. Shooting, dribbling, passing and defending are just some of the skills that will be featured. All participants will receive a t-shirt. Grab a friend, and we will see you in the Snyder Gym!

    Beginner Percussion Camp
    Grades 5 - 8
    Matthew McCune
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Drum roll please! In our Beginner Percussion Camp, students will learn rudimentary percussion skills as they relate to marching percussion. By the end of their time in camp, students will be able to understand how to count time signatures, read percussion sheet music, and perform a “cadence” drum beat for their peers. Students are required to bring their own pair of drumsticks and a drum pad. Recommendations for these materials will be provided upon request.

    Pottery Wheel Cups & Mugs
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating cups and mugs. Students will be taught several different techniques on how to create handles. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Pottery Wheel: Bowls & Trimming
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    June 24th - June 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating simple bowls, and after this milestone is mastered, students will try their hands at trimming the bowls. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.
     
    Sewickley Academy Boys Lacrosse Camp
    Grades 3 - 8
    Sam Futrovsky
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join us this summer for a week of lacrosse camp! Learn the Sewickley lacrosse way while getting a high quantity of high quality reps! It is our mission to provide a fun, challenging, and safe environment that teaches players about the great game of lacrosse, develops skills and teamwork, and leaves players wanting more. 

    Camp is open to players of all different experience levels. Participants will get the opportunity to work with everyone as well as with other players who are alike in both age and ability. At the end of the week campers will be able to test their skills during contests, and prizes will be awarded. 

    Lacrosse is a full contact sport and this program will have games and drills where contact will happen. Participants must come fully equipped with their own stick, helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, and arm pads. Players should also have a mouth guard, wear cleats, and bring a water bottle daily. A limited number of full equipment sets are available on a first-come first-serve basis to be loaned to families as needed. Each player will receive a practice jersey, and water coolers will be available for refilling bottles.

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  • Grade 7

    Coding Camp for Beginners 
    Grades 6 - 8
    Lei Guo
    June 17th - July 29th (No class will be held the week of July 1st)
    9 AM - 12 PM (For all weeks)
    Coding is one of the leading skills in today's digital age and assists our students to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking. In this interactive program, students will learn how to code with computer languages such as C++, Java, and Python.

    Tabletop Adventures
    Grades 6 - 8
    Rachel Smith
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Spend your week playing Dungeons & Dragons and similar tabletop roleplaying games! Each day we’ll try out a different game system with a unique world and set of rules. We’ll take breaks from gaming for projects such as designing your character’s outfit, creating an imaginative beast, or drawing a map of a land you’ve dreamed up. Throughout the week we’ll discover and discuss what it means to be both a good player and a good game master and interested students will have the opportunity to run their own short adventure. 

    Beginner Percussion Camp
    Grades 5 - 8
    Matthew McCune
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Drum roll please! In our Beginner Percussion Camp, students will learn rudimentary percussion skills as they relate to marching percussion. By the end of their time in camp, students will be able to understand how to count time signatures, read percussion sheet music, and perform a “cadence” drum beat for their peers. Students are required to bring their own pair of drumsticks and a drum pad. Recommendations for these materials will be provided upon request.

    Pottery Wheel Cups & Mugs
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating cups and mugs. Students will be taught several different techniques on how to create handles. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Pottery Wheel: Bowls & Trimming
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    June 24th - June 28th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating simple bowls, and after this milestone is mastered, students will try their hands at trimming the bowls. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Sewickley Academy Boys Lacrosse Camp
    Grades 3 - 8
    Sam Futrovsky
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join us this summer for a week of lacrosse camp! Learn the Sewickley lacrosse way while getting a high quantity of high quality reps! It is our mission to provide a fun, challenging, and safe environment that teaches players about the great game of lacrosse, develops skills and teamwork, and leaves players wanting more. 

    Camp is open to players of all different experience levels. Participants will get the opportunity to work with everyone as well as with other players who are alike in both age and ability. At the end of the week campers will be able to test their skills during contests, and prizes will be awarded. 

    Lacrosse is a full contact sport and this program will have games and drills where contact will happen. Participants must come fully equipped with their own stick, helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, and arm pads. Players should also have a mouth guard, wear cleats, and bring a water bottle daily. A limited number of full equipment sets are available on a first-come first-serve basis to be loaned to families as needed. Each player will receive a practice jersey, and water coolers will be available for refilling bottles.

    Junior Historians of Sewickley
    Grades 4 - 6
    Lindsay Downs
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM & 1 PM - 4 PM
    Dive into the past with "Junior Historians of Sewickley"! Embark on an unforgettable adventure this summer as your young historians discover the hidden gems of Sewickley’s vibrant history! Through engaging activities and exploration, your children will uncover the tales that shaped Sewickley. Equip your budding historians with essential research skills that will make them true detectives of the past. They'll unravel mysteries, dig into archives, and piece together the fascinating puzzle of Sewickley's history. Our morning sessions will focus on research and exploration in the Hansen Library. Join us for a week filled with laughter, learning, and the joy of discovery. Let your child become a part of the "Junior Historians of Sewickley" and leave with a newfound appreciation for the rich tapestry of their local history!
  • Grade 8

    Coding Camp for Beginners 
    Grades 6 - 8
    Lei Guo
    June 17th - July 29th (No class will be held the week of July 1st)
    9 AM - 12 PM (For all weeks)
    Coding is one of the leading skills in today's digital age and assists our students to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking. In this interactive program, students will learn how to code with computer languages such as C++, Java, and Python.

    Tabletop Adventures
    Grades 6 - 8
    Rachel Smith
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Spend your week playing Dungeons & Dragons and similar tabletop roleplaying games! Each day we’ll try out a different game system with a unique world and set of rules. We’ll take breaks from gaming for projects such as designing your character’s outfit, creating an imaginative beast, or drawing a map of a land you’ve dreamed up. Throughout the week we’ll discover and discuss what it means to be both a good player and a good game master and interested students will have the opportunity to run their own short adventure. 

    Beginner Percussion Camp
    Grades 5 - 8
    Matthew McCune
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Drum roll please! In our Beginner Percussion Camp, students will learn rudimentary percussion skills as they relate to marching percussion. By the end of their time in camp, students will be able to understand how to count time signatures, read percussion sheet music, and perform a “cadence” drum beat for their peers. Students are required to bring their own pair of drumsticks and a drum pad. Recommendations for these materials will be provided upon request.

    Pottery Wheel Cups & Mugs
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    July 15th - July 19th
    1 PM - 4 PM
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating cups and mugs. Students will be taught several different techniques on how to create handles. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Pottery Wheel: Bowls & Trimming
    Grades 3 - 8
    David Lalomia
    June 24th - June 28th
    In this course, students will spend the majority of their time working on the wheel. There will be several demonstrations in order to teach the students a certain technique, but the students will be on the wheel for the majority of their time. In this course the focus will be set on creating simple bowls, and after this milestone is mastered, students will try their hands at trimming the bowls. Students who are entering the course with prior knowledge and experience will be encouraged to move at their own pace with additional assistance and encouragement from Mr. Lalomia. Students will get dirty, so please wear clothing and shoes that you don’t mind dirtying. Students are encouraged to bring a light snack and water bottle.

    Sewickley Academy Boys Lacrosse Camp
    Grades 3 - 8
    Sam Futrovsky
    July 22nd - July 26th
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Join us this summer for a week of lacrosse camp! Learn the Sewickley lacrosse way while getting a high quantity of high quality reps! It is our mission to provide a fun, challenging, and safe environment that teaches players about the great game of lacrosse, develops skills and teamwork, and leaves players wanting more. 

    Camp is open to players of all different experience levels. Participants will get the opportunity to work with everyone as well as with other players who are alike in both age and ability. At the end of the week campers will be able to test their skills during contests, and prizes will be awarded. 

    Lacrosse is a full contact sport and this program will have games and drills where contact will happen. Participants must come fully equipped with their own stick, helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, and arm pads. Players should also have a mouth guard, wear cleats, and bring a water bottle daily. A limited number of full equipment sets are available on a first-come first-serve basis to be loaned to families as needed. Each player will receive a practice jersey, and water coolers will be available for refilling bottles.
  • Grade 9

    Geometry and Data Analysis
    Grades 9 - 12
    Jonas Ankrom
    June 19th - July 26th
    8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra I, including mastery of radical expressions. This is a regular geometry course, not an honors course, but due to the limited period, some students will find the pace of the course challenging. Students will explore Euclidean and solid geometries, emphasizing plan geometry. Topics include logic and proofs, polygons, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, and similar shapes (ratio and proportion). The Data Analysis topics of study include: Classifying and visually representing data, descriptive statistics including measures of central tendency and measures of spread, and methods of sampling. Lessons and homework assignments will challenge students to apply these concepts, developing inductive and deductive logical reasoning skills. Students will earn one credit towards Senior School graduation by completing this five-week course. 

    Visiting students are responsible for verifying that their schools will accept credit for the course. 

    Vacations/Missed Classes: If a student needs to miss due to a vacation, they should inform the instructor before the class begins. Students who miss are still responsible for all tests and homework. 

    Withdrawal/Refund Policy: To cover an entire year of Geometry in 5 weeks (24 classes), the course moves quickly. Again, students that struggle in math may find the pace of this course challenging. Students who formally withdraw by the THIRD DAY of class will receive a 67% refund. After the third day, no refunds are given. 

    Text: Glencoe McGraw-Hill Geometry by Boyd, Cummins, Malloy, Carter, and Flores, 2008

    Dates: The class will meet Monday - Friday,  beginning June 19th to July 26th, No class on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

    Documentary Time
    Grades 9 - 12
    Matthew Cragg
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Students will choose from a list of documentaries provided by me to watch for the week. After each documentary students will have the opportunity to discuss their views and understanding of the film. Documentaries that will be offered vary on topics (Sports, Coming of Age stories, Commercial Food Industry, Astronomy, etc.). Documentaries give people a great opportunity to access information about global, social, and political issues they might not otherwise be exposed to. It is important to challenge your own perspective when watching. 

    Coding Camp Advanced
    Grades 9 - 12
    Lei Guo
    June 17th - July 29th (No class will be held the week of July 1st)
    1 PM - 4 PM (For all weeks)
    Coding is one of the leading skills in today's digital age and assists our students to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking. In this interactive camp course, students will learn how to code to solve complicated problems by using advanced coding structures. Students will learn how to code with various computer languages such as C++, Python, and Java.

    Beginner Percussion Camp
    Grades 9 - 12
    Matthew McCune
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Drum roll please! In our Beginner Percussion Camp, students will learn rudimentary percussion skills as they relate to marching percussion. By the end of their time in camp, students will be able to understand how to count time signatures, read percussion sheet music, and perform a “cadence” drum beat for their peers. Students are required to bring their own pair of drumsticks and a drum pad. Recommendations for these materials will be provided upon request.
  • Grade 10

    Geometry and Data Analysis
    Grades 9 - 12
    Jonas Ankrom
    June 19th - July 26th
    8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra I, including mastery of radical expressions. This is a regular geometry course, not an honors course, but due to the limited period, some students will find the pace of the course challenging. Students will explore Euclidean and solid geometries, emphasizing plan geometry. Topics include logic and proofs, polygons, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, and similar shapes (ratio and proportion). The Data Analysis topics of study include: Classifying and visually representing data, descriptive statistics including measures of central tendency and measures of spread, and methods of sampling. Lessons and homework assignments will challenge students to apply these concepts, developing inductive and deductive logical reasoning skills. Students will earn one credit towards Senior School graduation by completing this five-week course. 

    Visiting students are responsible for verifying that their schools will accept credit for the course. 

    Vacations/Missed Classes: If a student needs to miss due to a vacation, they should inform the instructor before the class begins. Students who miss are still responsible for all tests and homework. 

    Withdrawal/Refund Policy: To cover an entire year of Geometry in 5 weeks (24 classes), the course moves quickly. Again, students that struggle in math may find the pace of this course challenging. Students who formally withdraw by the THIRD DAY of class will receive a 67% refund. After the third day, no refunds are given. 

    Text: Glencoe McGraw-Hill Geometry by Boyd, Cummins, Malloy, Carter, and Flores, 2008

    Dates: The class will meet Monday - Friday,  beginning June 19th to July 26th, No class on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

    Documentary Time
    Grades 9 - 12
    Matthew Cragg
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Students will choose from a list of documentaries provided by me to watch for the week. After each documentary students will have the opportunity to discuss their views and understanding of the film. Documentaries that will be offered vary on topics (Sports, Coming of Age stories, Commercial Food Industry, Astronomy, etc.). Documentaries give people a great opportunity to access information about global, social, and political issues they might not otherwise be exposed to. It is important to challenge your own perspective when watching. 

    Coding Camp Advanced
    Grades 9 - 12
    Lei Guo
    June 17th - July 29th (No class will be held the week of July 1st)
    1 PM - 4 PM (For all weeks)
    Coding is one of the leading skills in today's digital age and assists our students to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking. In this interactive camp course, students will learn how to code to solve complicated problems by using advanced coding structures. Students will learn how to code with various computer languages such as C++, Python, and Java.

    Beginner Percussion Camp
    Grades 9 - 12
    Matthew McCune
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Drum roll please! In our Beginner Percussion Camp, students will learn rudimentary percussion skills as they relate to marching percussion. By the end of their time in camp, students will be able to understand how to count time signatures, read percussion sheet music, and perform a “cadence” drum beat for their peers. Students are required to bring their own pair of drumsticks and a drum pad. Recommendations for these materials will be provided upon request.
  • Grade 11

    Geometry and Data Analysis
    Grades 9 - 12
    Jonas Ankrom
    June 19th - July 26th
    8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra I, including mastery of radical expressions. This is a regular geometry course, not an honors course, but due to the limited period, some students will find the pace of the course challenging. Students will explore Euclidean and solid geometries, emphasizing plan geometry. Topics include logic and proofs, polygons, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, and similar shapes (ratio and proportion). The Data Analysis topics of study include: Classifying and visually representing data, descriptive statistics including measures of central tendency and measures of spread, and methods of sampling. Lessons and homework assignments will challenge students to apply these concepts, developing inductive and deductive logical reasoning skills. Students will earn one credit towards Senior School graduation by completing this five-week course. 

    Visiting students are responsible for verifying that their schools will accept credit for the course. 

    Vacations/Missed Classes: If a student needs to miss due to a vacation, they should inform the instructor before the class begins. Students who miss are still responsible for all tests and homework. 

    Withdrawal/Refund Policy: To cover an entire year of Geometry in 5 weeks (24 classes), the course moves quickly. Again, students that struggle in math may find the pace of this course challenging. Students who formally withdraw by the THIRD DAY of class will receive a 67% refund. After the third day, no refunds are given. 

    Text: Glencoe McGraw-Hill Geometry by Boyd, Cummins, Malloy, Carter, and Flores, 2008

    Dates: The class will meet Monday - Friday,  beginning June 19th to July 26th, No class on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

    Documentary Time
    Grades 9 - 12
    Matthew Cragg
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Students will choose from a list of documentaries provided by me to watch for the week. After each documentary students will have the opportunity to discuss their views and understanding of the film. Documentaries that will be offered vary on topics (Sports, Coming of Age stories, Commercial Food Industry, Astronomy, etc.). Documentaries give people a great opportunity to access information about global, social, and political issues they might not otherwise be exposed to. It is important to challenge your own perspective when watching. 

    Coding Camp Advanced
    Grades 9 - 12
    Lei Guo
    June 17th - July 29th (No class will be held the week of July 1st)
    1 PM - 4 PM (For all weeks)
    Coding is one of the leading skills in today's digital age and assists our students to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking. In this interactive camp course, students will learn how to code to solve complicated problems by using advanced coding structures. Students will learn how to code with various computer languages such as C++, Python, and Java.

    Beginner Percussion Camp
    Grades 9 - 12
    Matthew McCune
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Drum roll please! In our Beginner Percussion Camp, students will learn rudimentary percussion skills as they relate to marching percussion. By the end of their time in camp, students will be able to understand how to count time signatures, read percussion sheet music, and perform a “cadence” drum beat for their peers. Students are required to bring their own pair of drumsticks and a drum pad. Recommendations for these materials will be provided upon request.
  • Grade 12

    Geometry and Data Analysis
    Grades 9 - 12
    Jonas Ankrom
    June 19th - July 26th
    8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra I, including mastery of radical expressions. This is a regular geometry course, not an honors course, but due to the limited period, some students will find the pace of the course challenging. Students will explore Euclidean and solid geometries, emphasizing plan geometry. Topics include logic and proofs, polygons, perimeter and area, surface area and volume, and similar shapes (ratio and proportion). The Data Analysis topics of study include: Classifying and visually representing data, descriptive statistics including measures of central tendency and measures of spread, and methods of sampling. Lessons and homework assignments will challenge students to apply these concepts, developing inductive and deductive logical reasoning skills. Students will earn one credit towards Senior School graduation by completing this five-week course. 

    Visiting students are responsible for verifying that their schools will accept credit for the course. 

    Vacations/Missed Classes: If a student needs to miss due to a vacation, they should inform the instructor before the class begins. Students who miss are still responsible for all tests and homework. 

    Withdrawal/Refund Policy: To cover an entire year of Geometry in 5 weeks (24 classes), the course moves quickly. Again, students that struggle in math may find the pace of this course challenging. Students who formally withdraw by the THIRD DAY of class will receive a 67% refund. After the third day, no refunds are given. 

    Text: Glencoe McGraw-Hill Geometry by Boyd, Cummins, Malloy, Carter, and Flores, 2008

    Dates: The class will meet Monday - Friday,  beginning June 19th to July 26th, No class on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

    Documentary Time
    Grades 9 - 12
    Matthew Cragg
    June 17th - June 21st
    9 AM - 12 PM
    Students will choose from a list of documentaries provided by me to watch for the week. After each documentary students will have the opportunity to discuss their views and understanding of the film. Documentaries that will be offered vary on topics (Sports, Coming of Age stories, Commercial Food Industry, Astronomy, etc.). Documentaries give people a great opportunity to access information about global, social, and political issues they might not otherwise be exposed to. It is important to challenge your own perspective when watching. 

    Coding Camp Advanced
    Grades 9 - 12
    Lei Guo
    June 17th - July 29th (No class will be held the week of July 1st)
    1 PM - 4 PM (For all weeks)
    Coding is one of the leading skills in today's digital age and assists our students to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking. In this interactive camp course, students will learn how to code to solve complicated problems by using advanced coding structures. Students will learn how to code with various computer languages such as C++, Python, and Java.

    Beginner Percussion Camp
    Grades 9 - 12
    Matthew McCune
    June 17th - June 21st
    1 PM - 4 PM
    Drum roll please! In our Beginner Percussion Camp, students will learn rudimentary percussion skills as they relate to marching percussion. By the end of their time in camp, students will be able to understand how to count time signatures, read percussion sheet music, and perform a “cadence” drum beat for their peers. Students are required to bring their own pair of drumsticks and a drum pad. Recommendations for these materials will be provided upon request.