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Summer at Clark

Grades 1-9

Everyone looks forward to summer! Warmer days, relaxed daily routines and more time to spend with family and friends make summer wonderful. At Stanley Clark, we enjoy and support all things “summer” with our carefully considered summer programs for students that offer:

  • Renowned faculty
  • State-of-the-art curriculum
  • Outstanding facilities

…all while having fun with friends and learning in ways that enhance the joys of summer.

Explore your camp options by sorting by grade, subject area or week below. Or, do a keyword search to find just what you are looking for. Let Stanley Clark help make this summer your child’s best yet!

*Please note, camps for rising 1st graders are also available through the Early Childhood Reggio Summer Program.

 

Camp Schedule

Morning Camp: 9:00-11:30 AM

Afternoon Camp: 12:30-3:00 PM

Pre-Camp Care:

Morning: 7:45-9:00 AM

Camp Tuition

Single Camp - Morning or Afternoon:
$220 for a single camp
$198 per camp for two or more with coupon code below

Lunch:
Supervision is provided free of charge
for full day campers

Pre-Camp Care: 
$10 per day

Full Day or Multiple Camps:
10% off total with coupon code summer10
(including siblings)

 

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"The unique topics are definitely a stand out of Clark camps. I love how they can go from chamber music in the morning to science experiments in the afternoon! I think one of the reasons camps at Clark are so successful is the wonderful faculty who design and run the camps. Summer at Clark could not happen without their dedication and support." ~ Natalie Schommer-Pries, Summer at Clark Parent


 

2024 Camp Descriptions

 

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1st Grade Wonder Academy
  • Academics
  • Week 3: June 24-28

Week: June 24-28
Instructor: Shelly Sharp
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 1

Want to learn about 1st grade and prepare your little one? Enjoy fun activities like exploring nature, baking, jumping, reading, tying shoes, and writing while developing a growth mindset through routine and joy. Activities will vary, but all are designed to help foster readiness for 1st grade. Activity packet and field trip included.

Algebra and Geometry Quest
  • Academics
  • Week 6: July 22-26

Week: July 22-26
Instructor: Sugana Chawla
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 6-8

Join this immersive and interactive learning experience designed to explore the fascinating realms of algebra and geometry. Through a series of engaging activities, problem-solving challenges, and hands-on experiments, participants embark on a thrilling journey to uncover the mysteries of mathematical concepts.

Around the World in 5 Days
  • Academics
  • Week 5: July 15-19

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Week: July 15-19
Instructor: Aliya Caldwell
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 1-4

Grab your passport! In this project-based learning experience, campers study a different area of the world each day, considering the region’s geography, history, art, culture, music, and cuisine, among other things. Campers meet guest speakers and experience craft-making, food tastings, reading, and writing. Increase your knowledge about global regions and the people who inhabit them, and develop the curiosity and skills needed to keep learning preparation for the school year!

Art South Bend: See & Create!
  • Arts
  • Week 1: June 10-14

Weeks: June 10-14
Instructor: Sarah Lotter
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 3-6

Art is all around us. Are you ready to explore? Learn about amazing local murals, artists, and museums both in the studio and in person. Between these art adventures, campers can expect to use the inspiration to sculpt, paint clay, draw, and collage in the studio. This camp includes an off-site field trip

 

 

Baking 101
  • Arts
  • Week 2: June 17-21

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Week: June 17-21
Instructor: McKayela Hornor
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 1-3

Feeling adventurous and want to put something in the oven and have it taste good? Join us to review baking basics, grow your recipe book, and taste perfection! Campers help plan baked goods for the week and leave with a recipe book and apron. Space is limited.

Basketball Skills and Development
  • Athletics
  • Week 6: July 22-26

Week: July 22-26
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 5-9

This camp is designed for all students who wish to further develop their basketball skills and knowledge of the game for competition at a higher level. The focus will be on individual fundamentals, skills enhancement, individual and team offense/defense, agility, conditioning, basketball strategies, game conditions, and conversions. Campers will leave with new knowledge and skills! Campers will be divided by age groups on different courts with additional coaches.

Water Extravaganza
  • Athletics
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

Week: July 29 - August 2
Instructor: Stacie Bobos, Kelsi Schumacher
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 1-3

Spend the week riding bikes, creating obstacle courses, and having fun. Campers will explore all things bike-related and end the week in a bike-athon! Enjoy meeting friends and developing a love for bikes and the great outdoors on Clark’s beautiful campus! Children should bring bikes on the first day of camp.

Camp Read S'more
  • Academics
  • Arts
  • Week 1: June 10-14

Weeks: June 10-14
Instructor: Kara Lewis
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 1-3

Let’s read together and find our joy! Join your favorite librarian to discover unknown worlds and crafts related to all things summer. Campers will enjoy selecting books, reading across campus, and summer crafts all related to our favorite novels and characters!

 

 

Coding, Indoor Drones, and 3D Printing: Try It All!
  • Academics
  • Week 3: June 24-28

Week: June 24-28
Instructor: George Phillip
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 5-8

The future is here in this science and technology camp! Learning to explore and think prepares campers for the school year. This fun environment will keep campers moving and exploring as they engage with all things tech!

Crafting Through the Seasons
  • Arts
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

Week: July 29 - August 2
Instructor: Heather Kerckhove
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 2-5

Make, create, and explore the seasons through fun crafting activities with our 4-H guru, Mrs. Kerckhove. Explore materials while focusing on improving fine motor skills and creativity. Campers will leave with new skills to practice and decorations to share throughout the seasons!

Crime Scene Investigators
  • Academics
  • Science
  • Week 2: June 17-21

Week: June 17-21
Instructor: Patrick Cobb
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 4-9

From Locard’s exchange principle to DNA testing, fingerprints, and fiber analysis, come perform crime lab and crime scene techniques. Learn some basic biology, chemistry, and physics as a foundation for understanding these techniques. We will discuss how real-life crime scene investigators use these techniques and others to help solve crimes. Mock crime scenes will test your skills as you reconstruct what happened during a particular crime based on the evidence you find and analyze. No prior knowledge is necessary, just curiosity and a love of science.

Cupcake Challenge
  • Arts
  • Week 2: June 17-21

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Weeks: June 17-21
Instructor: Paulette Collins
Time: 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Grades: 3-6

Make, bake, and take your cupcake game to the next level. Experiment with frosting and flavor combinations all week to culminate in a fun cupcake sale. Campers learn to plan, budget, and bake for the sale. Campers will enjoy taking home cupcake creations on the final day.

Dissection Camp
  • Academics
  • Science
  • Week 4: July 8-12

Week: July 8-12
Instructor: Patrick Cobb
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 5-9

Learn more about the animal kingdom through the dissection of specimens not generally offered in middle school. Campers will dissect various organisms from invertebrate and vertebrate phyla and large mammalian organs. 

Eat Your Science Project?!
  • Academics
  • Science
  • Week 1: June 10-14

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Week: June 10-14
Instructor: Patrick Cobb
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 4-8

This is one of the only times that you will have permission to eat your science project! Use the power of science to make apple sauce, butter, ice cream, marshmallows, and other concoctions. Bring your curiosity, and let’s explore!

Film Makers - iPad
  • Arts
  • Week 2: June 17-21

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Week: June 17-21
Instructor: Kevin Krizmanich
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 4-9

Interested in making movies? Learn the basics and beyond in a camp that encourages creativity and collaboration. Explore filmmaking concepts and techniques with iPad and iMovie. Fun group and individual exercises will be practiced. Foley and sound editing will be introduced. The final films will be presented in Smith Hall at the end of the week. All levels of experience are welcome!

Forest Camp
  • Academics
  • Arts
  • Week 4: July 8-12

Week: July 8-12
Instructor: Stacie Bobos, Kelsi Schumacher
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 1-2

Explore the beautiful campus of Clark! Learn about topics such as trees and bugs while exploring the natural world around us. We’ll use our five senses to investigate and discover nature. Everything detected will be discussed, researched, and observed! Experience a Clark Campus Scavenger Hunt, and on Friday, go further into the great outdoors with a visit to St. Patrick’s Park. Campers should dress in appropriate clothing for the outdoor elements.

Gardening, Butterflies, and Native Plants
  • Academics
  • Arts
  • Week 2: June 17-21

Week: June 17-21
Instructor: McKayela Hornor
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 2-8

Ready to get your hands in the dirt and learn about plants and nature? Join Master Gardener Mrs. Hornor as you explore the wonderful world of flowers that attracts bees, butterflies, and native plants. Have fun creating art about them, planting in the gardens on Clark grounds, and taking home some seeds and starter plants for your own garden!

Imagination at Work
  • Academics
  • Arts
  • Week 6: July 22-26

Week: July 22-26
Instructors: Aliya Caldwell
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 1-2

Create, invent, and explore prototypes with fun materials. Do you have a problem you want to solve? Come learn how to design and invent a solution from your own imagination. Draw, build, and document with iPads in this fun-filled camp.

Steel Drums
  • Character
  • Week 5: July 15-19

Week: July 15-19
Instructor: James Hornor
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 3-6

Love games? Experience the joy of playing games with strategy and sportsmanship. Learn to play a variety of board games and outdoor classics like tag, Red Rover, and more. Campers will help choose games and learn to collaborate with teammates. 

Intro to Basketball
  • Athletics
  • Week 6: July 22-26

Week: July 22-26
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 2-4

Learn the basics of the game in this fun-filled week of basketball. Campers will learn to dribble, pass, and shoot. A fun and positive experience will be the goal for the week. Campers will be divided by age groups on different courts with additional coaches.

Junior Chemistry
  • Academics
  • Science
  • Week 2: June 17-21

Week: June 17-21
Instructor: Patrick Cobb
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 3-6

Explore the field of chemistry by using many familiar chemicals that come from the kitchen. Campers will learn the meaning of chemistry and experiment with matter, gas, chemical reactions, and polymers in this fun and curious camp!

Leadership, Confidence and Connection
  • Character
  • Week 1: June 10-14

Week: June 10-14
Instructor: Nathaniel King, Mickey Doyle
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 4-8

Find your voice and community through this fun-filled and strategic camp. Campers will connect and build confidence with cooperative leadership group activities on our beautiful campus with Mr. King as their guide. Learn the value of volunteering and community at Logan Center and challenge yourself to engage in more community service/building opportunities. Explore self, growth mindset, and problem-solving concepts through interactive exercises as campers are empowered how to find their own voice. On Friday, experience an Escape Room to practice your new skills. Don’t miss your chance to build a strong foundation in leadership to help during the school year and in the future!

Let's Build That: Wood Working
  • Academics
  • Science
  • Week 1: June 10-14

Week: June 10-14
Instructor: Patrick Cobb
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 4-8

Let’s build together using wood! Explore building projects like a pencil holder, tic-tac-toe game, a tool tote, plus whatever time and your imagination permits. Learn the basics of wood joining, building, and the meaning behind the lifelong lesson “measure twice, cut once.” Campers will take home all projects.

Math in Motion
  • Academics
  • Week 5: July 15-19

Week: July 15-19
Instructor: Stacey Ankony
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 2-3

Enjoy a fun and engaging environment for learning multiplication. Through interactive games, puzzles, music, and projects, campers explore math concepts hands-on, making the learning experience more enjoyable and certainly memorable!

Math Journaling
  • Academics
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

Week: July 29 - August 2
Instructor: Sugana Chawla
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 4-6

Designed to help students transition smoothly into middle school mathematics by honing their critical thinking skills, fostering a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts, and promoting effective communication through journaling. Participate in daily journaling workshops to learn how to effectively record mathematical thoughts, observations, and discoveries in math journals. Have fun playing math games and participating in math challenges that reinforce the concepts you've learned and encourage friendly competition. Gain confidence and proficiency in middle school math concepts, ensuring a smooth transition to the next level of mathematical learning.

Mock Trial
  • Academics
  • Week 4: July 8-12

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Week: July 8-12
Instructor: Ryan Costantini
Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Grades: 5-9

Experience the excitement and demands of the courtroom by playing the role of an attorney or witness. Campers will be exposed to public speaking, critical thinking, and more! Learn about all aspects of mock trials, from opening statements to closing arguments and everything in between. Campers will practice their new skills as they prepare to argue their side in United States v. Anthony "Tony Toilets" Goodfella, a mafia case, and the camp's culminating activity. Family and friends are invited to be jury members on the final day! Mr. Costantini will be assisted by members of the Adams High School Mock Trial Team. The case will be provided two weeks prior to the start of camp, and campers will be expected to have read the case before the beginning of the camp.

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I Can Do that at Home! This is Science?
  • Academics
  • Science
  • Week 3: June 24-28

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Week: June 24-28
Instructor: Patrick Cobb
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 2-4

Let’s explore science and nature! Come spark your curiosity with indoor and outdoor experiences. Indoor experiences will include cool science experiments that will bust myths and test hypotheses. Outdoor experiences will include nature hikes, sunlight experiments, and learning through play.

Number Wizards
  • Academics
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

Week: July 29 - August 2
Instructor: Sugana Chawla
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 2-3

At Number Wizards camp, we believe that math is not just about numbers; it's about exploration, discovery, and fun! Designed to engage young learners in hands-on activities, games, and challenges that make math come alive. Dive into the world of mathematical stories and fairy tales where numbers, shapes, and patterns come to life through imaginative storytelling sessions. Our camp nurtures a love for math by making learning enjoyable, accessible, and relevant to real-life experiences.

Plastics to Funtastics
  • Arts
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

Week: July 29 - August 2
Instructor: Maggie Drew
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 3-7

Create wearable art with everyday materials to the unthinkable! Maggie Drew has been making and selling her jewelry for over ten years and is ready to share trade secrets with you. Adorn your own jewelry box, make earrings, necklaces, and headbands, and let the trinkets lead the way or turn plastic hot beads into wearable art. Campers are encouraged to use a gem journal to collage personal ideas. This will begin our journey, leading to memories and gifts that are made from hands and hearts.

Printmaking, Patterns, and Paper
  • Arts
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

Week: July 29 - August 2
Instructor: Maggie Drew
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 1-4

Have fun with art! Make stamps, prints, and paper, and learn about patterns. Projects can be turned into wrapping paper, gifts, collages, and more. Learn how to make your own at home!

Puppetry and Theatre Production
  • Arts
  • Week 5: July 15-19

Week: July 15-19
Instructors: Maggie Drew, Allie Sumrall
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 1-2

Learn about the process of creating theatre through puppetry. Campers will serve as playwrights, designers, costumers, directors, actors, and puppeteers! Campers will wrap up the week by performing their play in Smith Hall and go home with their puppet creation.

Rhythm and Rock Explorations
  • Arts
  • Week 1: June 10-14

Week: June 10-14
Instructors: Lillian Chidalek
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 1-3

Join us to make, listen, and move to music! Get the wiggles out and learn the basics of making music with household cups and more. This camp does not require any previous music experience or knowledge. Campers will learn to read musical rhythms and perform them using a cup. Dancing and music explorations will happen daily. A performance for parents and other camps will be held on the last day in Smith Hall. 

Rube Goldberg Bonanza
  • Academics
  • Week 5: July 15-19

Week: July 15-19
Instructor: Kim Pruett
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 4-6

Interested in STEAM? Try out our Rube Goldberg camp, where you will pair your math/science brain with your creativity to use things you can find around the house (or school) and complete an everyday task like turning on a light switch or ripping a piece of paper in half. Think Mouse Trap (game) meets Wallace and Gromit (cartoon). Come with some simple task ideas, and be excited to use your whole brain in this afternoon camp!

Secrets of the Pond
  • Academics
  • Arts
  • Week 5: July 15-19

Week: July 15-19
Instructors: Aliya Caldwell
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 1-4

Come be amazed as you learn how the wetland ecosystem works together and interacts in ways only nature could! Campers will create a mixed media 9x11 canvas of a wetland ecosystem while also learning about plants and animals that call the wetland their home. Explore something new each day in this fun-filled science adventure.

Sketch & Create Characters
  • Arts
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

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Weeks: July 29 - August 2
Instructor: Isabella Castellanet
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 5-8

Start sketching your characters and discover how to create a short story or zine. Learn from an artist and illustrator all about color, emotion, and find your style! Isabella Castellanet has just returned from Leeds with her Masters in Illustration and is ready to share her skills. Explore marker, watercolor, ink, and learn the art of illustration. All levels welcome, and campers leave with a working set of pens and pencils for your drawings.

Soccer at Clark
  • Athletics
  • Week 5: July 15-19

Week: July 15-19
Instructors: Kim Pruett, James Hornor
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 1-8

Grab your cleats, and let's get moving! Join us on the Clark fields this summer to build your soccer skills and confidence while having fun! Players gain more confidence by developing ball familiarity and being exposed to the technical and tactical elements of soccer in a fun games-based activities format. Campers will be divided by experience and work with individual coaches. This camp includes a special visit from the University of Notre Dame’s Head Soccer Coach, Chad Riley!

Solar Cars
  • Academics
  • Science
  • Week 4: July 8-12

Week: July 8-12
Instructor: Patrick Cobb
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 4-6

No need for a driver’s license for this camp event. Campers will harness the Sun’s energy by building a car that can be attached to a solar panel. Test variables and try to design the fastest car in camp. Race day is Friday! 

Cooking Level 1- Sous Chef
  • Arts
  • Week 6: July 22-26

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Week: July 22-26
Instructor: James Hornor
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 1-4

Pasta, pizza dough, tacos - is your mouth watering yet? Come learn how to do more than boil water in the kitchen. Mr. Hornor, with his commercial cooking expertise, will teach you the ins and outs of the kitchen. Leave with dinner and skills for a lifetime.

Speak Now: Define YOUR Era with Taylor Swift
  • Character
  • Week 3: June 24-28

Week: June 24-28
Instructor: Jessica Reasons and Caitlyn Riley
Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Grades: 3-6

If you’re a TSwift lover, you’ve found your people. Join us as we explore the main Taylor Swift eras and develop our own era in this full-day camp. In the morning, we will take inspiration from Taylor's work and story to build confidence, identify individualized strengths, and practice ways to be fearless with our passions. This work will be done through art projects designed to help campers visualize, define, and feel empowered with their own era! In the afternoon, we will shake it off with movement, music, and fun. Learn the art of performance and showcase your personal eras and dance moves for family and friends in Smith Hall at the end of the week!

Sports and Adventure!
  • Athletics
  • Week 3: June 24-28
  • Week 4: July 8-12

Week: June 24-28 and July 8-12
Instructor: Jason Hunter
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 5-9

Enjoy an active week of sports to build confidence, keep moving, and learn the art of play. Good teamwork and sportsmanship will be emphasized. End the week with a fun field trip and memories to last a lifetime.

Steel Drums
  • Arts
  • Week 6: July 22-26

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Week: July 22-26
Instructor: James Hornor
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 5-9

Let’s go to an island and drink smoothies! Experience the unique sound of the steel drum and learn the history of the pan from Trinidad. Mr. Hornor guides you through the sounds and compares them with various drums in this fun-filled week. Not everyone can learn the steel drum, but you can! Participate in an end-of-week performance on Friday and explore new smoothies and techniques each day.

Stop-Motion Animation, Model Magic, and Storytelling
  • Arts
  • Week 5: July 15-19

Week: July 15-19
Instructors: Maggie Drew, Allie Sumrall
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 2-4

Learn how to integrate stop-motion animation into the art of storytelling. Create characters on paper and with model magic, then learn how to make them come to life. Campers will read various books daily and draw and sculpt while small groups move the story through stop-motion animation. Come with your favorite story and leave with a new one of your own!

Survivor: Tribes, Science, and Fun
  • Character
  • Week 1: June 10-14

Week: June 10-14
Instructor: Abbie Kurynak
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 6-9

Your ship has crashed! You are now in a tribe discovering how to survive using logic and science while having fun! Join Mrs. Kurnyak in this simulation, where you compete through fun games while diving into science exploration. Work with the members of your tribe to design all the elements of your village, including a flag and handshake. Then, you and your team will compete in immunity challenges that utilize your physical strength, endurance, ingenuity, and scientific mind. You're "on target" to have a great time in this camp!

Tigers Try It: Cooking
  • Arts
  • Week 4: July 8-12

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Week: July 8-12
Instructor: James Hornor
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 4-8

Our signature camp, Tigers Try It, allows for a new experience each day on a variety of topics. In Tigers Try It: Cooking, campers will level up their cooking abilities with flavor, style, and skill. Learn to prepare exciting meals and create menus, all while having fun!

Tigers Try It: Math Games
  • Academics
  • Week 6: July 22-26

Week: July 22-26
Instructor: Kim Pruett
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 3-5

Our signature camp, Tigers Try It, allows for a new experience each day on a variety of topics. In this Tigers Try It: Math Games edition, you will work in small groups and enjoy various thinking, story problems, and board games, while improving your math and strategy skills. Join this adventurous camp and see if you can beat the teacher!

Tigers Try It
  • Academics
  • Arts
  • Week 2: June 17-21
  • Week 4: July 8-12

Week: June 17-21 (JOIN WAITLIST) and July 8-12
Instructor: Jennifer Mahoney
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 1-3

Tigers get ready to roar and explore a variety of things every day. Join us for fun adventures like Make-it Monday, Team-up Tuesday, Water Wednesday, Traveling Thursday, and Foodie Friday! We'll explore crafts, play games, get wacky with water activities, pick fresh fruits, and even make our own yummy ice cream. Get excited and be ready to have a blast trying new things!

Tigers Try It: Sports
  • Athletics
  • Week 6: July 22-26

Week: July 22-26
Instructor: Kim Pruett
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 2-5

Our signature camp, Tigers Try It, allows for a new experience each day on a variety of topics. In this Tigers Try It: Sports edition, enjoy disc golf, kickball, dodgeball, floor hockey, and miniature golf. This camp will include a field trip to the Ninja Golf Miniature Golf Course, where you will get to try your hand at beating Mrs. Pruett's best score!

Tigers Try It: Taste, Make, and Launch
  • Academics
  • Science
  • Week 3: June 24-28

Week: June 24-28
Instructor: Patrick Cobb
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 4-8

Our signature camp, Tigers Try It, allows for a new experience each day on a variety of topics. In this Tigers Try it: Taste, Make, and Launch, campers will craft with Cricut, build and launch a model rocket, build a clock out of wood, make soap and candles, and bake and make ice cream. Enjoy our signature camp with science!

Pigeon & The Hen Pottery
  • Arts
  • Week 3: June 24-28

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Week: June 24-28
Instructors: Diana Palomo
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 1-4

The Pigeon & The Hen Pottery is taking their show on the road and bringing you the opportunity to learn the joy of painted pottery. Plan color patterns and paint multiple pieces of greenware to take home. Creative activities will be scattered throughout this artsy camp! All pottery will be fired and ready two weeks later.

Lego Robotics: Introduction
  • Academics
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

Week: June 29 - August 2
Instructor: George Phillip
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 2-3

Learn robotics in this hands-on STEM camp! Work with friends and explore building and testing robots while thinking about design strategies to finish strong in competitions. Campers will be exposed to learning how to code robots and more in this fun-filled camp!

Vex IQ Robotics Team
  • Academics
  • Week 7: July 29 - August 2

Week: July 29 - August 2
Instructor: George Phillip
Time: 9:00-11:30 AM
Grades: 4-8

Ready to join a team? This camp expands on the basics while you learn more about robotics in this hands-on STEM camp! We will be using the 2024 game and elements for the upcoming season. Participants will work in teams and explore building and testing robots while thinking about design and game strategies to finish strong in competitions. Campers will be exposed to learning how to code robots, gear ratios, and more in this fun-filled camp! All levels are welcome!

Water Extravaganza
  • Arts
  • Athletics
  • Week 4: July 8-12

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Week: July 8-12
Instructor: Stacie Bobos, Kelsi Schumacher
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 1-3

Come spend the week playing in the water and with water! Slip-N-Slide, water balloon baseball, kickball with sprinklers, water-related relay races, water sponge tag, dodgeball, drip drip drop, and a field trip to the splash pad! Let’s enjoy summer!

Operation Overlord: A World War II Simulation
  • Academics
  • Week 6: July 22-26

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Week: July 22-26
Instructor: Ryan Costantini
Time: 12:30-3:00 PM
Grades: 5-9

In this historical role-playing simulation, campers will play the role of the senior officers of the United States Navy as they prosecute the opening months of the Pacific War, including the Battles of the Coral Sea and Midway. Using maps, model ships, and historical documents, campers will be confronted with the same decisions that these leaders had to make and will have to respond to the results of those decisions in real time.      

This camp will deepen your child’s knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of the Pacific Theater of World War II and the decisions the leaders of that conflict had to make. Along the way, campers will develop their creative problem-solving, geography, organizational, cooperation, negotiation, and presentation skills, all while learning the difference between strategy and tactics, how naval operations are planned and executed, and what it takes to keep a navy fed, clothed, healthy, and able to complete its mission. 

No advance knowledge of World War II is required or expected. Campers will be given a brief background information packet approximately two weeks before the start of the camp with all the necessary background information.

Your mission: launch offensive operations against the Imperial Japanese Navy and avenge Pearl Harbor!

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