The cost for each camp is $125 per week from 8 a.m. to Noon or $250 per week from 8 a.m to 3 p.m. Price includes camp supplies, snacks, and bottled water. Campers need to bring their own lunch each day.
Here is the tentative schedule for 2017 summer camps:
Check back often as the summer camps schedule may change. This page will also contain information about making reservations to hold your camp spot. Summer camps will fill up quickly so reserve early.
Week 1: June 19th – June 23rd Cosmetology Camp- This camp encourages girls to take care of themselves from head to toe. Learn about hygiene, applying make up, nails, and quick, fun school hairdos. We’ll be working with mannequin heads and plastic hands.
Week 2: June 26th – June 30th No Camp
Week 3: July 3rd – July 7th Drama Camp- Your young actor or actress will discover characters as they learn their lines and prepare for their Friday performance.
Week 4: July 10th – July 14th A Visit from a Princess – Spend the week getting ready for a visit from a princess. Plan, organize, make decorations, set up, get ready. Princess tea party with a very special guest is on Friday.
Week 5: July 17th – July 21st- Fashion Camp- Your little fashionista will enjoy this camp. This camp will help boys and girls design their own looks through creative assignments. This camp will teach kids about style and how to update their old clothes with simple techniques. We will close out the week with a fashion show.
Week 6: July 24th – July 28th Christian Camp- Christian summer camp helps your child learn more about their faith and interact with fellow Christian boys and girls in an ideal environment that allows for exploration and strengthening their bond with God.
Week 7: July 31st – August 4th Art Camp (ages 10-14)- Explore talents by choosing from photography, drawing, and painting.
Week 8: August 7th – August 11th Special FX Makeup- Spend a week learning how to apply movie makeup and how to create all sorts of fun effects. Students will learn techniques for creating realistic, special effects. CAUTION: Some effects will involve fake blood.
Week 9: August 14th – August 18th Etiquette Camp- Learn the value of saying please and thank you, sitting up straighter, standing up taller, looking at one another instead of the floor. Learn table manners, what’s polite and what’s not, how to introduce yourselves and many more behaviors you need in life.
Week 10: August 21st – August 25th Art Camp (Ages 5-9)– Encourages children to get creative and express themselves with colors, shapes, and pictures. We help develop your child’s artistic talent with some essential techniques to get those creative gears turning.