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Summer 2019

Innovative Learning Activities ... Challenging Sports Camps ... Exciting Summer Fun!

We are excited to offer a variety of engaging camps for your child to experience this summer! Grades listed indicate the grades students will be entering in the fall. See below for our offerings, and click here to register for camp
 

Sports Camps

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  • Soccer Camp

    Week 1: Tuesday, May 28 - Friday, May 31 
    Week 2: Monday June 10 - Thursday, June 13
    9am-12pm • Grades K-8 • $150/week

    Learn fundamental soccer skills with Coach Boardman through a series of progressive games and drills. Younger students learn basic soccer skills using fun games such as “Battle Stations” and “Crab Army.”
  • Cheer Camp

    Monday, June 3 - Friday, June 7
    9am-3pm (9am-12pm Friday) • Grades 2-6 • $200

    Learn cheer fundamentals! Coach Dugger & ASA Varsity Cheerleaders will teach technique, cheers, basic stunts, proper safety, and more. Parents are welcome to watch last-day performance.
  • Lacrosse Camp

    Monday, June 3 - Thursday, June 6 
    9am-12pm • Grades K-12 • $150

    Beginners and experienced players will build fundamental skills while developing knowledge on strategy and the game with Coach Ryan. Advanced players will be challenged to perform skills at speed and encouraged to develop game-reading ability while playing at a high level. If you need gear, please contact Coach Ryan before camp.
  • Lower School Football Camp

    Monday, June 17 - Thursday, June 20
    9am-12pm • Grades 1-5 • $150

    No-contact, non-padded camp. Players will focus on the basics of offense, defense, and special teams fundamentals with the ASA football staff. Emphasis will be on basic skills, passing drills, lineman challenges, skills competitions and other fun activities.
  • All Sports Camp

    Monday, June 24 - Thursday, June 27
    9am-12pm • Grades K-8 • $150

    Learn the fundamentals of different sports through drills, fun games, and instruction.  Each day will be a new sport led by Coach Robinson and/or Coach McElvoy.
  • Girls Softball Camp

    Monday, June 24 - Wednesday, June 26
    9am-12pm • Grades 6-12 • $125
     
    Campers will learn or improve upon their softball skills. Each day with Coach Allen will have a different focus, from general skills and drills to hitting to pitching and catching. Limited equipment is available to share, so we suggest campers bring their own gear if they have it.
     
  • Girls Indoor Volleyball Camp

    Week 1: Monday, June 24 - Thursday, June 27
    Week 2: Monday, July 22 - Thursday, July 25
    9am-12pm • Grades 6-12 • $150/week

    Beginners and experienced players will build fundamental skills in all aspects of volleyball. Athletes will be challenged to increase their skill level as well as their volleyball knowledge.
  • Middle/Upper School Football Camp

    Monday, July 15 - Thursday, July 18
    9am-12pm • Grades 6-12 • $150

    No-contact, non-padded camp. Players will focus on offense, defense, and special teams fundamentals with Coach Weiss and the football staff. Daily emphasis on basic skills, passing drills, lineman challenges, skills competitions, and other fun activities. 

Recreation & Instructional Camps

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  • Young Explorers

    Week 1: Monday, June 3 - Friday, June 7 • Exploring the Ocean
    Week 2: Monday, June 10 - Friday, June 14 • Pirates & Princesses  
    Week 3: Monday, June 17 - Friday, June 21 • Under the Big Top (Circus)
    Week 4: Monday, June 24 - Friday, June 28 • It's Luau Time!
    9am-3pm • Grades PreSchool 3 - Kindergarten • $205/week
     
    Explore the world around us through activities such as arts and crafts, dramatic play, music and movement, storytime, outdoor adventures, fun with technology, sensory activities, and more. Each week ends with a splash with Water Day! *Please note: all campers must be potty trained. 
  • Mindset Mathematics "Math Lab" **Two Week Camp

    Monday, June 3 - Friday, June 7 AND Monday, June 10 - Friday, June 14
    9am-12pm • Grades 4-8 • $300

    Students will enjoy interactive, visual, inquiry-based mathematics lessons that encourage them to explore mathematical ideas in depth and cultivate a growth mindset! Inspired by Stanford University's "Week of Inspirational Math" on youcubed.org, Ms. Womersley and Mrs. Hutton will work with rising-Intermediate (Womersley) and rising-Middle School  students (Hutton) to explore age-appropriate math concepts, to practice building confidence, and improve students' mindsets about their own ability to perform well in math classes.
  • Broadway Beginnings: A Musical Theatre Intensive

    Monday, June 3 - Thursday, June 6 
    9:30am-4pm • Grades 6-12 • $315

    This exciting week with Ms. Elizabeth Burton will include masterclasses in singing, dancing, and acting along with Skype Q&A sessions with Broadway director/choreographers and actors. The camp will culminate in a showcase-style musical theatre performance featuring all students.
  • Explore Florida

    Monday, June 3 - Friday, June 7 
    9am-3pm • Grades 1-5 • $205

    Join Ms. Futch as we explore the state in which we live: Florida! Throughout the week, we will have fun learning about Florida’s national parks, native animals, ocean life, and more. Each day campers will come home with a craft or project associated with the day’s topic.
  • Pirates and Princesses Camp

    Monday, June 10 - Friday, June 14
    9am-12pm • Grades 1-5 • $175

    AHOY there Mateys! ALL HANDS on DECK or will make you walk the PLANK! There's a Princess in our presence...can you believe she’s trying to make us civilized!? I overheard her saying, “Bring your dinglehoppers and snarfblats!”
    Please join Mrs. Parrish & Mrs. Baird for a week of Pirates and Princesses. (Can you tell the difference between Pirate manners and Princess manners!?)
     
  • Circus Camp

    Monday, June 17 - Friday, June 21
    9am-12pm • Grades 1-5 • $175

    LADIES & GENTLEMEN...Boys & Girls...Children of all ages, WELCOME TO THE CIRCUS!!! Please join Mrs. Baird & Mrs. Parrish and come enjoy some fun at the Greatest Show on Earth!
  • Engineering For Kids

    Week 1: Monday, June 24 - Friday, June 28 
    Week 2: Monday, July 8 - Friday, July 12 
    Week 3: Monday, July 15 - Friday, July 19 
    Week 4: Monday, July 22 - Friday, July 26 
    9am-4pm • Grades 1-5 • $145/week half-days • $230/week full-days

    Engineering For Kids brings Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to students in fun and challenging ways. Campers will be inspired to build on their natural curiosity by learning engineering concepts through hands-on activities. 

    Engineering Studio Camp

    Monday-Friday 9:00AM-12:00PM

    June 24-28, July 8-12, July 15-19, July 22-25

    Campers will learn about several fields of engineering in a given week and be challenged to use problem-solving, creativity, and often team-work to design and build objects like a model roller coaster, an electric powered car or boat, invisible ink, and so much more! Instructors introduce concepts and challenges to students and provide materials for them to build and explore through a studio-like atmosphere. After they finish their project, campers will test and improve their designs. Engineering Camp is an opportunity to get your hands involved with something new every day.
     

    R.S.T. Boot Camp

    Monday-Friday 1:00PM-4:00PM

    June 24-28 & July 22-25

    R.S.T. Boot Camp brings exposure to a variety of technologies. During a given week campers will spend 5 days learning to use 2-3 robots/software/technologies including drones, robots, softwares, and minecraftEDU. Some software or technology may be covered for 1 day, others may be covered for 3+ days in the week. Camps are designed to expound on a topic/s throughout the week and start fresh with a new topic the following Monday.
     

    Medieval Machinations: MinecraftEDU | Afternoon Camp

    Monday-Friday 1:00PM-4:00PM

    July 8-12

    MinecraftEDU is an expansive game that lets players design and create unique worlds with amazing structures. One of the more complicated aspects of MinecraftEDU is Redstone, which is MinecraftEDU's version of electrical circuitry. This class will introduce students to the many uses of Redstone through a Medieval themed adventure of creation, exploration, and castle besieging, with students making mine cart tracks to help them gather resources, working together to build their kingdom, and designing traps to defend their castle, all with the use of Redstone.
     

    EV3 Robotics Camp | Afternoon Camp

    Monday-Friday 1:00PM-4:00PM

    July 15-19

    The robot battles are on! This robotics camp is designed to introduce students to the world of not only building, but also programming basic robots. Campers will explore different ways in which a robot could be utilized to engage in various battle challenges. They will create, program, and control robots designed to perform challenges such as sumobattles, jousting, catapulting, and more! Campers will use EV3 Robots and computers to learn principles of robotics, software, and teamwork.
  • Writing Fiction

    Monday, July 22 - Thursday, July 25 
    9am-12pm • Grades 6-12 • $150

    Students will learn to write stories of any kind they choose (mystery, fantasy, science fiction, or others). We will work on plots, character development, setting, description, dialogue, and all other aspects of writing craft. This camp is suitable for aspiring novelists and short story authors.
  • Camp READY!

    Monday, July 1 - Friday, July 26 (no camp Wednesday, July 4)
    8:30am - 12:00pm • Kindergarten • $25 (register through LRC's website)

    Camp READY prepares Kindergartners for academic success through hands-on, experiential learning centers, where students experience learning that is FUN! With art, music and movement, cooking, and reading readiness centers, Camp READY! builds pre-reading skills while also providing a safety net to allow children more time to continue motor, social, and cognitive development. On average, LRC’s Camp READY! students demonstrate growth of seven months by the end of the camp.

    To register, please visit the Learning Resource Center's website: https://lrcpolk.com/programs/camp-ready/
  • Gearing Up for Middle School

    Monday, July 29 - Thursday, August 1
    12:30pm-3:30pm • Grade 6 • $150
     
    Mrs. Krahe teaches about the rigors of the Middle School curriculum, schedule, and expectations. Campers will practice note-taking skills, time management, test-taking strategies, and they will familiarize themselves with campus. This camp is only open to new and current All Saints students.