As summertime quickly approaches, we are excited to offer a variety of engaging camps for your child to experience! Please select programs based on your child’s grade for fall 2018. All camps open to the public.
► Young Explorers
Week 1: Monday, June 4 – Friday, June 8 • Exploring Knights and Princesses
Week 2: Monday, June 11 – Friday, June 15 • Exploring the Zoo
Week 3: Monday, June 18 – Friday, June 22 • Exploring the World of Bugs
Week 4: Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29 • Exploring Colors
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.
► Camp Discovery
Week 1: Monday, June 4 – Friday, June 8
Week 2: Monday, June 11 – Friday, June 15
Week 3: Monday, June 18 – Friday, June 22
Week 4: Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29
9am-3pm • Grades 1-5 • $230/week
Examine, travel, inquire and search the world around us in exciting, one-week long adventures using critical thinking, reading, writing and math skills! Camp Discovery at All Saints Academy is designed to help rising first-fifth grade students gain and grow important skills to prevent summer learning loss. Students will enjoy a series of one-week long sensory experiences using critical thinking, reading, writing, math, science and technology skills.
► Music Theory Camp
Monday, June 11 – Friday, June 15
9am-12pm • Grades 6 – 8 • $155
Music Theory Camp will focus on learning and building on music skills such as note-reading, rhythmic notation, and ear training through fun games.
► Maker Week 1: Cardboard Creativity
Monday, June 18 – Friday, June 22
9am-12pm • Grades 6-8 • $155
Explore a variety of hands-on crafts using predominantly cardboard materials. Projects will range from simple and DIY at home to doodle bots, cardboard decorative letters, masks, pencil holders, and much more. A culminating project will be short lessons with our design software, Rhinoceros, and a trip to the laser cutter in the Innovation Studio for a laser-cut model to take home. Specific projects will be tailored to students’ interests.
► Maker Week 2: Light It Up
Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29
9am-12pm • Grades 6-8 • $165
Mrs. McNeil teaches basic circuits and LEDs using fun, hands-on projects such as squishy circuits, light-up badge, light-up mask, and more. Students who attend Maker 1 Cardboard Creativity can choose to add LED lights to their previously created projects. Arduino circuits hardware and software and online circuit building will also be explored in the camp.
► Broadway Beginnings: A Musical Theatre Intensive
Monday, July 9 – Thursday, July 12 AND Monday, July 16 – Thursday, July 19
12pm-3pm • Grades 6-12 • $305
These exciting two weeks 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.
► Engineering For Kids
Week 1: Monday, July 9 – Friday, July 13 • Morning – Survivor: Engineer’s Cove; Afternoon – MinecraftEdu: Redstone Medieval
Week 2: Monday, July 16 – Friday, July 20 • Morning – Forensic Engineer Investigators; Afternoon – Mythbusting
Week 3: Monday, July 23 – Friday, July 27 • Morning – Design the Future; Afternoon – Robotics: Mission Mars
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 curiousity by learning engineering concepts through hands-on activities.
► Gearing Up for Middle School
Monday, July 30 – Wednesday, August 1
12:30-3:30pm • Rising 6th Graders • $130
Mrs. Campbell teaches about the rigors of the Middle School curriculum, schedule, and expectations. Campers will practice note-taking, time management, test-taking strategies, and they will familiarize themselves with campus.