Week 1: June 12- June 16

PE Games Jr. 
2nd – 6th
June 12-16 from 8:30 am to 11:30 am

Are you ready to learn some new outdoor and indoor P.E. games to play with your friends? Come out for some good old-fashioned fun playing a variety of P.E. games and sporting events. Activities will include but are not limited to playing: multiple tag games, Capture the flag, Dodgeball, Kickball, Pin knock down, soccer, basketball, flag football and much, much more. Teach your new friends some of the games you love to play. This promises to be a fun and fast week. Minimum 5

Instructor:  Zach Steeg, Physical Education Teacher and Athletic Director
Cost $140


Intro to Guitar
Ages 7 & up
June 12-16 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Students learn to play in a group, the goal being a live performance at the end of the week. A Guitar is required or can be rented or rent to own. This course includes a history component teaching the role of guitar in American Music. Minimum 6; maximum 6

Instructor: Garrett Park School of Music
Cost $235


Games Galore
1st-6th grades
June 12-16-17 from 12:00 – 3:00 pm

Enjoy getting back to the basics of real board games of chance, logic games, and building marbles tracks! Campers will work together in teams and individually playing traditional and imaginative indoor and outdoor games. Campers will take home their own game creation at the end of the week! Please bring water and a healthy snack! Minimum of 6; maximum of 10

Instructor: Stephanie Fraser
Cost: $185.00


Tennis Camp 1/2 day 
Ages 7-13 June 12-16 from 12:00 – 3:00 pm

Kid-friendly instructors help students develop tennis skills and knowledge, while using the sport to teach valuable life lessons like honesty and sportsmanship. Sign up today to experience all the fun and excitement of tennis class with TGA. All equipment provided.

Instructor: TGA Premier Youth Tennis
Cost: $170


Week 2: June 19-June 23

Dodgeball
4th – 8th grades
June 19-23 from 8:30 to 11:30 am

Calling all dodgeball fanatics. Can you ever get enough of Dodgeball? Campers will have the opportunity to play classics like: Elimination Dodgeball, Terminator, Prisoner, Doctor and Soldiers and many more variations throughout week. Campers will have a blast throwing, dodging, ducking, and running around the court. Good sportsmanship and team play will be emphasized at all times. We will also do a small team tournament each day. Minimum of 5

Instructor:  Zach Steeg, Physical Education Teacher and Athletic Director

Cost $140


Play Production Camp
2nd – 5th grades
June 19-23 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm 

Your child will develop their acting skills in this fun week that ends in a show performance! Young actors will work on improvisation, play theater games and work together as a cast as they rehearse a production based on themes of kindness and respect.

Classes are brought to you by Building Better People Productions, a local theater company dedicated to using the arts to spread positivity. Please send your child in with lunch and snack.  Extended Day Available until 5:30 at no additional cost. Minimum 5; maximum 18

Instructor: Lynne Childress, Building Better People Productions
Cost $320


Printmaking
4th – 8th grades
June 19-23 from 9:00 -12:00 pm

Draw Design Carve and print week!!! Your child will learn how to create a drawing, design and then carve a soft “speedball” block which they will print from. They will learn the art of printmaking! They will be making ink prints on paper and then fabric (canvas).  They will leave at the end of the week with not only knowledge of how to create a good print and their carved blocks, but also their own printed canvas bag! All materials included. Minimum 6

Instructor: Kathy Dennin-Meagher from Raye of light studio
Cost: $225  


World Adventure Camp
1st -6th grades
June 19-23rd from 12:00 – 3:00 pm

Prepare for take-off as we journey to countries around the world exploring foods, cultures, and crafts! Baking fresh, home-made Greman pretzels, hand rolling candy sushi, celebrating la Tomatina (Spanish tomato fight with fabric tomatoes), and parading the giant Chinese dragon are just a few of the exciting activities we will do to make geography fun and exciting! Plese bring water and a healthy snack! Minimum of 6; maximum of 10

Instructor: Stephanie Fraser
Cost $185


Week 3: June 26 – June 30

Robotics and Drone Exploration
4th – 8th grades
June 26-30 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Robotics and Drone Exploration Camp will introduce current 4th-8th grade children to building and programming robots and drones using LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kits, Parrot Mini Drones and the corresponding software. Students will learn mechanical design, construction, programming and teamwork skills. Students will work in small teams using complete specific tasks. Students use computers and iPads to program the robot or drone to move, react, and makes sounds in order to complete challenge specifications. Students will also participate in drone Olympics and drone drag racing. If students have their own parrot mini drones, they are allowed to bring them in. Students should bring a lunch and a snack. Extended Day Available until 5:30 at no additional cost. Minimum 5

Instructor: Keya Belt Robinson
Cost $360


Basketball
4th – 8th grades
June 27 – 30 from 8:30 am-11:30pm

Come join us in St. Martin’s gym to learn and improve your skills in the sport of basketball. This is a youth and middle school camp that focuses on developing the complete player. In this camp you will develop ball handling, passing, shooting, footwork, defense, rebounding, athleticism, character development, and other essential skills to become a great basketball player. Get in great physical condition through drills and competitive play. While increasing your physical abilities, you will also exercise the mind and leave camp with an increased basketball IQ. This camp promises to be both fun and intense. Minimum 5

Instructor:  Zach Steeg, Physical Education Teacher and Athletic Director
Cost: $175


Introduction to ensembles
Ages 6 and up

June 26 – 30 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm

This club will teach kids the enjoyment of playing and creating with others and allows kids with no previous musical training to play and create. Each child plays a virtual instrument in Garage Band and is connected to the group via hub which is controlled by the instructor. The goal is the creation of a CD and live performance. iPad provided to use for this class. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fs3Z5PN3xGo Minimum 5, maximum 5

Instructor: Garrett Park School of Music
Cost: $270


Tennis Camp 1/2 day 
Ages 7-13
June 26 – 30 from 12:00 -3:00 pm

Kid-friendly instructors help students develop tennis skills and knowledge, while using the sport to teach valuable life lessons like honesty and sportsmanship. Sign up today to experience all the fun and excitement of tennis class with TGA. All equipment provided.

Instructor: TGA Premier Youth Tennis

Cost: $170


Week 4: July 17 – July 21

Bowling
2nd – 8th grades
July 17-21 from 9:00 am to 11:30 pm

Join us as we spend the week learning the basics of bowling. Each day we will meet at a local bowling alley where we will have a quick lesson and then bowl a few games. You will be amazed at the progress you make by the end of the week. Minimum 5

Instructor: Zach Steeg, Physical Education Teacher and Athletic Director
Cost $160


Play Production Camp
6th-8th grades
 July 17 – 21 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Your child will develop their acting skills in this fun week that ends in a show performance! Young actors will work on improvisation, play theater games and work together as a cast as they rehearse a production based on themes of kindness and respect.

Classes are brought to you by Building Better People Productions, a local theater company dedicated to using the arts to spread positivity. Please send your child in with lunch and snack.  Extended Day Available until 5:30 at no additional cost. Minimum 5, Maximum 18

Instructor: Lynne Childress, Building Better People Productions
Cost $320


Week 5: July 24 – July 28

Introduction to ukulele
Ages 5 and up
July 11th-15th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

3 hour course, Need to provide, rent or buy Ukes. This course includes a brief history component about the history of Ukulele. Uke’s aren’t expensive ($100-200) and can be rented or rent to own. Minimum 6

Instructor: Garrett Park School of Music
Cost $225


Gaming Guru
2nd -8th grades
July 24-28 from 8:30 am to 11:30 am

Do you love to play video games and Minecraft? Get ready for more fun and excitement than you could possibly imagine. With racks of consoles, controllers, computers and t.v. screens for everyone it’s time to put your gaming guru skills to the test. We will play non-confrontational video games throughout the week. We will have a FIFA, Madden, Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros tournament along with many other fun video game options. The exciting game of MineCraft will also be offered where campers can create themes, storylines, and design and develop new worlds. Minimum 5

Instructor: Zach Steeg, Physical Education Teacher and Athletic Director
Cost $150


Pop Art Pet Photo poster
4th-8th grades
July 24-28 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Your child will create from their very own favorite photo two different posters. We will look at fun and colorful examples and discuss what makes a good poster.  The first one we will learn how to see as an artist…learning about contrast and line and how to make an image pop! Then we will do it again this time using the same image but changing up the materials adding acrylic paint to make it pop! If your child loves to draw or paint they will love making Pop Art! All materials included. Minimum 6

Instructor: Kathy Dennin-Meagher from Raye of light studio
Cost $225


Tennis Camp 1/2 day 
Ages 7-13
 July 24-
28 from 12:00 -3:00 pm

Kid-friendly instructors help students develop tennis skills and knowledge, while using the sport to teach valuable life lessons like honesty and sportsmanship. Sign up today to experience all the fun and excitement of tennis class with TGA. All equipment provided.

Instructor: TGA Premier Youth Tennis
Cost $170


Week 6: July 31 – August 4

Athletic Conditioning Training
4th – 8th grades
 July 31 – Aug 4 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Are you ready for a good workout? St. Martin’s School is offering an Athletic Conditioning Training camp. This camp offers innovative, comprehensive, and customized training programs. Throughout the week campers will be exposed to technical, tactical, physical and mental training activities to help athletes of all skill levels to reach their true potential. This camp is a fun, motivating and inspiring environment that fosters hard-work, stamina, and the ultimate foundation for future success. Minimum 5
Cost $140


Chorus
All ages
July 31-Aug 4 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Chorus ensemble- getting a group of kids together to sing while working towards a performance. All ages, the goal being a live performance at the end of the week. Minimum 6; Maximum 15

Cost $210


 

Tennis Camp 1/2 day 
Ages 7-13
 July 24-
28 from 12:00 -3:00 pm

Kid-friendly instructors help students develop tennis skills and knowledge, while using the sport to teach valuable life lessons like honesty and sportsmanship. Sign up today to experience all the fun and excitement of tennis class with TGA. All equipment provided.

Instructor: TGA Premier Youth Tennis
Cost $170


Week 6: August 7 – August 11

Tennis Camp Full day
Ages 7-13
Aug 7-
11 from 9:00 -3:00 pm

Kid-friendly instructors help students develop tennis skills and knowledge, while using the sport to teach valuable life lessons like honesty and sportsmanship. Sign up today to experience all the fun and excitement of tennis class with TGA. All equipment provided.

Instructor: TGA Premier Youth Tennis
Cost $360


Week 6: August 14 – August 18

Tennis Camp Full day
Ages 7-13
 Aug 14-1
8 from 9:00 -3:00 pm

Kid-friendly instructors help students develop tennis skills and knowledge, while using the sport to teach valuable life lessons like honesty and sportsmanship. Sign up today to experience all the fun and excitement of tennis class with TGA. All equipment provided.

Instructor: TGA Premier Youth Tennis
Cost $360