June 1 - June 5
Campers will learn all about different types of dinosaurs, from the powerful carnivorous t-rex to the gentle, plant-eating Brachiosaurus. We will explore through stories, crafts and hands on exploration.
Come and explore Mexico, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, and Spain together. We will be focusing on the culture, brief history, games, and making arts and crafts of these countries. We will even taste some Latin American food. At the end of our camp together we will have a fiesta to celebrate our exploration.
Taught by Yaritza Sepulveda.
This camp highlights various time periods of American Girl Dolls. Activities and crafts designed each day to facilitate learning about the era of the doll being studied. This is a fun filled week, celebrating who we are….American GIRLS! The students are welcome to bring their favorite doll to participate in the camp activities!
Come have fun at dance camp, as we learn different dances to some of our favorite songs! Song will range from Praise and Worship, just dance, kidz bop, go noodle and many more! It’s the perfect way to exercise while having fun with your friends!
Just as an athlete works out daily to improve their skill set, mathematicians must practice their skills even in the off-season (Summer break). Come to math camp to review skills from your previous year of study, be introduced to new concepts for the coming year, to play math games, and to use helpful manipulative that will aid in learning. Students that complete Math Camp will fulfill their Math Summer Requirement. This camp is for rising 4th-6th graders.
Do you like games? Come experience Mrs. Anderson's collection of board games! You'll challenge your critical thinking through strategy game playing. (Example games: Forbidden Island, Suspend, Carcassonne, Ticket to Ride, Otrio, and so many more!)
Come explore the world of Harry Potter in a summer camp environment. Activities will revolve around the theme of Harry Potter. For instance, in the Defense Against Dark Arts class, you will make your own wand and learn to duel. In Potions class, you'll make you're own slime. Students will also learn how to play a real-life version of Quidditch. There's much more we plan on doing! In the words of Dumbledore, "It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live." Live a little and sign up for camp!
Join us for this fun themed camp week that includes centers, hands-on learning, games, crafts, snacks, and much more!
Ni Hao! Join us on a trip around the world to China! During this camp, students in 1st to 3rd grades can enjoy cultural experiences from China like ming painting, karate, food tastings, music, cultural traditions, and more! This is a perfect camp for early elementary students who want to expand their knowledge of the beautiful world around us. We hope to see you there!
Let’s build a CITY! There are many different types of engineering jobs, and building is one of the most fun! What would a city be without the architects and engineers who come up with the ideas, plans and building skills to make it all come together? Campers will put their engineering and architecture skills to work as they build city themed models using LEGO® Bricks. The sky’s the limit when campers are challenged to use their own ideas and skills to build a skyscraper taller than their heads! They’ll have a blast using custom-built cars to move the people of the city all around town – brick by brick! What an accomplishment to be able to proudly exclaim “We built this BRICK City!
Friends are important! What makes a good friend? What does the Bible say about friendship? What common lies do we believe without realizing it? This camp celebrates God's truth and the value God has put in each of us. Come enjoy a fun filled week with friends!
Encourage your child’s exploration in the kitchen with a culinary experience they will never forget. With a line up of food based science experiments campers will use scientific method in a delish new way!
Students will visit a different museum each day. We will experience history, art, and local culture as we tour these museums. Most museums include docent led tours and activities. (Holocaust Museum, Mennello Museum of American Art, Orlando Museum of Art, Orange Country Regional History Center, and Maitland Art and History Museum).