Your summer adventures begin here!

We have over 50 camp offerings in the areas of athletics, arts, and discovery! All Summer at CPA camps are open to the Nashville community. Learn more about each camp below. Click the link on this page to register, create an account with CampBrain (if you have not already), sign up for multiple camps, download permission forms, and access all camp resources.

Pricing

See descriptions below for individual camp prices. All grade levels are based on rising grades for 2019-20. Register by May 31 to receive $25 off select camps. 

In the unlikely event that CPA cancels a camp, for any reason, registrants will receive a full refund and advance notice. There are no refunds after May 1 (with the exception of a cancelled camp). In the unusual case where refunds are appropriate, there is a $25 processing fee. 

Before Care is available from June 3-July 26 from 8-9 a.m. at $40 per week per camper. 

Athletics

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  • May 28-31: Boys Baseball Camp

    Dates: May 28 – 31 (Tuesday – Friday)
    Grades: 2nd – 8th
    Time: Tuesday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Instructor: Larry Nesbitt, Head Varsity Baseball Coach 
    Cost: Early Bird- $175; After May 31- $200
     
    Campers will be exposed to hitting, fielding, and pitching techniques as well as philosophies on how we win and ways to glorify God on the baseball diamond. 
    (Please bring glove, cleats, and/or tennis shoes, water bottle and any other specific equipment you would like to bring.)
     
     
  • May 28-31: Lacrosse Clinic

    Session: May 28th – 31st (Tuesday – Friday) 1 – 4 PM
    Grades: rising 4th – 8th
    Coach: Carlee Brian/Trevor Horne Lacrosse Coaches
     
    CPA Lacrosse Camp will introduce fundamentals to younger athletes as well as strengthen lacrosse skills for more advanced athletes. We encourage anyone who would like to learn the proper fundamental skills to attend. Your student athlete will walk away from camp knowing key skills that will form a basis for future improvement. We will emphasize repetition and confidence in each athlete’s skills as well as enjoyment of the sport!
     
  • June 3-6: Co-Ed Soccer Camp

    Dates: June 3 – 6 (Monday – Thursday)
    Grades: K – 8th
    Time: Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Instructor: Tom Gerlach, Head Varsity Soccer Coach
     
    CPA soccer camp is open to boys and girls from kindergarten through middle school. We maintain a high coach to camper ratio in order to make sure that each camper gets individualized attention and encouragement. Our camp is high energy, focused upon competitive games and lots of fun. During the week, campers will be split into various groups based upon age and ability. Typically, boys and girls will train separately. We will introduce our younger campers to the basic skills and concepts of the game, maintaining constant activity and utilizing lots of games. Our older, more experienced campers will also spend time sharpening and developing their individual skills, but we’ll spend more time with them working upon tactics, positioning and more advanced concepts.
     
  • June 10-13: Boys Football Camp (Non-Contact)

    Session: June 10 – 13 (Monday – Thursday 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: K - 8
    Instructor: Ingle Martin, Head Varsity Football Coach
    Cost: Early Bird- $175; After May 31- $200
     
    Each camper will work with the Varsity football coaches on fundamentals of the game. There will be many stations set up that focus on running, catching, throwing and agility work. They will learn many aspects of the game and be able to set their foundation as well as sharpen what they already know. We ultimately have two goals for our football camp: learn how to play safely and have fun.
     
  • June 10-13: Softball Camp

    Dates: June 10 – 13 (Monday – Thursday)
    Grades: 1st – 8th
    Time: Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Instructor: Kristi Heath, Head Varsity Softball Coach
    Cost: Early Bird- $175; After May 31- $200
     
    CPA Softball Camp will introduce fundamentals to younger athletes as well as strengthen softball skills for more advanced athletes. We encourage anyone who would like to learn the proper fundamental skills to attend. Your student athlete will walk away from camp knowing key skills that will form a basis for future improvement. We will spend time focusing on throwing, fielding, hitting, sliding and catching! We will emphasize repetition and confidence in each athlete’s skills as well as enjoyment of the sport!
     
  • June 10-13: Girls Cheerleading Camp

    Dates: June 10 – 13 (Monday – Thursday) 1 – 4 PM
    Grades: K - 5
    Instructor: Carly Nichols
    Cost: Early Bird- $175; After May 31- $200

    Your daughter will have a blast at cheer camp this summer! Not only does your child have the opportunity to know the Varsity cheerleaders, she will also learn dances, cheers, chants, tumbling, and stunts. This camp helps elementary girls learn the foundations of cheering. Campers can cheer from the stands with the Varsity cheerleaders on Friday nights, as they learn cheers at camp to help pump up the crowd. We hope to see your daughter at camp this summer! Rising kindergarten through rising 5th graders are eligible for this camp.
     
  • June 17-21 & July 8-12: Preschool All-Sports Camp

    Session 1: June 17 - 21, Monday – Friday, 9 - 12 p.m.
    Session 2: July 8 - 12, Monday – Friday, 9 - 12 p.m.
    Ages: 4 – 5 years (potty-trained)
    Instructor: Preschool Instructors
    Cost: Early Bird - $200; after May 31 - $225
     
    The optimum word for Preschool Sports Camp at CPA is FUN! Our teachers and coaches focus on creating an environment where students are running, jumping, playing and making new friends! When you drop big brother or big sister off at CPA All Sports Camp, little brother or little sister now has chance to be a camper as well! Join us for fun and excitement in the Pre-School this summer!
     
  • June 17-21 & July 8-12: Co-Ed All-Sports Camp

    Session 1: June 17 - 21
    Session 2: July 8 - 12
    Grades: K – 8th
    Time: Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. & Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Instructor: Mike Ellson, CPA Athletic Director
    Cost: Early Bird- $250; After May 31- $275
     
    The optimum word for All Sports Camp at CPA is FUN! Our Coaches focus on creating an environment where relationships are built through multiple sporting activities. Students participate in traditional sports such as basketball, football, baseball, and soccer, and we also play multiple “Big Camp” games that are only conducted at CPA. The camp is designed is for students entering Kindergarten through 7th grade students.
  • July 15-18: Boys Football Camp (Contact)

    Dates: July 15 – 18 (Monday – Thursday)
    Grades: 4 – 8
    Time: Monday – Thursday, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
    Instructor: Ingle Martin, Head Varsity Football Coach
    Cost: Early Bird- $175; After May 31- $200
     
    Each camper will work with our High School Varsity Position Coaches on how to properly run, block, and tackle. Campers will have an opportunity to learn about every position on the field, as well as focus on the position they intend to play in the future. We ultimately have two goals for our football camp: Learn how to play safely and have fun!
     
  • July 22-26: Boys NIKE Basketball Camp (CPA Campus)

    Session: July 22 – 26 (9 – 3 p.m.)
    Grades: rising 4th – 9th
    Coach Drew Maddux
    ONLINE REGISTRATION AT elitehoopsbasketball.com
     
    NIKE Basketball Camp will focus on individual skill development with our morning skill stations and afternoon 3-on-3 Cut Throat League. Each camper will also play in one 5-on-5 game and participate in our Living by Numbers contests each day. This summer camp is the perfect way to prepare for your school, church, rec or AAU season. All NIKE basketball camps maintain a player to coach ratio of 8:1 and are staffed by high school and collegiate coaches as well as college players.
     
  • July 15-19: Girls NIKE Basketball Camp (CPA Campus)

    Session: July 15 – 19 (9 – 3 p.m.)
    Grades: rising 4th – 9th
    Coach Becky LeGate
    ONLINE REGISTRATION AT elitehoopsbasketball.com
     
    NIKE Basketball Camp will focus on individual skill development with our morning skill stations and afternoon 3-on-3 Cut Throat League. Each camper will also play in one 5-on-5 game and participate in our Living by Numbers contests each day. This summer camp is the perfect way to prepare for your school, church, rec or AAU season. All NIKE basketball camps maintain a player to coach ratio of 8:1 and are staffed by high school and collegiate coaches as well as college players.
     
  • July 29-Aug. 1: Girls Volleyball Camp

    Dates: July 29 – Aug 1 (Monday – Thursday)
    Grades: 4th – 8th
    Time: Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Instructor: Embrey Brannon, Head Varsity Volleyball Coach
    Cost: Early Bird- $175; After May 31- $200
     
    CPA Girls Volleyball Camp will introduce fundamentals to younger athletes as well as strengthen volleyball skills for more advanced athletes. We encourage anyone who would like to learn the proper fundamental skills to attend. Your student athlete will walk away from camp knowing key skills that will form a basis for future improvement. We will spend time focusing on passing, serving, setting and hitting. Emphasizing on repetition and confidence in each athlete’s skills as well as enjoyment of the sport.
     

Discovery

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  • June 3-14: Lifetime Wellness

    Session: June 3 - 14, Monday-Friday, 9 – 3:30 PM
    Grades: Rising 9th – 12th
    Instructor: Beth Sheridan, CPA Physical Education Teacher
    Cost: Early Bird $500; After May 31 - $550
    Credit: .5 credit fulfills half of the 1.0 physical education graduation requirement
    This course will incorporate fundamentals of cardiovascular fitness and upper body/lower body strength training. Students will benefit in the areas of injury prevention, sport-specific enhancements, flexibility, and general physical fitness. A health component to this course will focus on personal health and fitness, including diet and nutrition. In order to receive credit, students must attend full 2 week session.
     
  • June 3-7 & July 15-19: LEGO™ Builder

    9-3 PM (Full Day Session)
    Session 1: June 3 - 7
    Session 2: July 15 - 19
    Grades: Rising K – 4th
    Instructor: Wesley Diggs, CPA First LEGO League™ Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $250; After May 31 - $275
    Whether your child is just beginning to build with LEGOs or builds independently, this camp will be an engaging adventure in imagination and engineering. Campers will follow instruction sets to build fantastic worlds of their own choosing and will also get to work together to build freely and creatively.
     
  • June 3-7: Minecraft

    Session:  June 3 - 7, Monday-Friday, 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: Rising 2nd – 5th  
    Instructor: Jon Kelley, CPA Instructor of Technology
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
    Explore, learn and problem solve using puzzles, quests and games. You will create and navigate amazing worlds by unleashing your power of imagination and creativity. Come get lost in a world of your own creation. 
     
  • June 10-14: Lego Mindstorms Robotics Challenges

    Session: June 10 – 14, 9 – 3 PM
    Grades: 4th – 7th
    Instructor: Wesley Diggs
    Cost: Early Bird $250; after May 31 $275

    Building Lego robots can be amazing!  Students in this camp will test their abilities at building robots that can complete a series of tasks using different attachments, gearing, and programming techniques.  We will build, test, and improve our robots and learn about the design process for solving problems.  Students gain rewards and based on the number of tasks their robots can complete.  Robots are limited only by what we can build with our imaginations.  What can your robot do?
     
  • June 10-14: Preschool Olympic Adventure

    Session: June 10-14, Monday – Friday, 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: 4 – 5 years (potty-trained)
    Instructor: CPA Preschool Instructors
    Cost: Early Bird $200; After May 31 - $225
    This adventure will include art, culture, song, and sport. We will culminate with an Olympic walk and a stand on the podium!
  • June 10-14: Become a Cake Boss

    Session: June 10 - 14, 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: rising 3rd – 5th
    Instructor: Leigh Ann Mullins-Zugelder, Professional Baker
    Cost: Early Bird - $200; After May 31 - $225 ($25 supply fee)
    This camp is an introduction to the basic art of frosting and decorating a cake. Students will practice basic border techniques, decorative piping, drop flowers and leaves. The techniques learned will be used to finish a 6” layer cake that each student takes home. In this course, students will: identify equipment needed to decorate cakes using frosting, learn how to prepare a cake for frosting, learn how to color-dye frosting, learn how to fill and properly hold and use a piping bag, learn various border and piping techniques, and learn various top decorations such as flowers and writing.
     
  • June 10-14: Advanced Cake Boss

    Session: June 10 - 14, 1 – 4 PM
    Grades: rising 4th – 6th
    Instructor: Leigh Ann Mullins-Zugelder, Professional Baker
    Cost: Early Bird - $200; After May 31 - $225 ($25 supply fee)
    A new offering designed for those who learned the basics in Cake Boss I and are ready for the next level. Learn new skills using fondant, gum paste, modeling chocolate, and more.
     
  • June 10-14: P.E. Games Camp

    Session: June 10 – 14, 1 – 4 PM
    Grades: K – 5th
    Instructor: Coach David Marmolejo, Physical Education Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird $175; After May 31 - $200
    We are bringing P.E. games to summer! Join us for team scatter ball, new tag, invasion, dodgeball, jail bail, animal invasion and more!
     
  • June 10-14: STEAM Lab Mini-Golf

    Session: June 10th -14th , 1 – 4 PM
    Grades: rising 2nd – 5th
    Instructor: Ian Mullins-Zugelder
    Cost: Early Bird $175; After May 31 - $200
    Use STEAM skills to design, build and PLAY an original mini-golf course! Critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration will make this camp a hole-in-one!
  • June 17-21 & July 8-12: BEGINNING LEGO Robotics/Stop Motion

    9 – 3 PM (Full Day Sessions)
    Session 1: June 17 - 21
    Session 2: July 8 - 12
    Grades: rising K – 4TH
    Instructor: Wesley Diggs, CPA First LEGO League™ Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $250; After May 31 - $275
    Students get a chance in this all day Lego camp to build amazing robots using LEGO WeDo sets and create their own stop motion videos using sets and tons of LEGO!  What could be better? This camp will focus on building LEGO robots and programming them using iPads, then they will create stories with LEGO sets and characters to make a fun, short video of their own.  On the final day of camp, copies of student videos will be shared with parents.  
     
  • June 17-21: Extreme Science

    Session: June 17 - 21, Monday-Friday, 9 - 12 PM
    Grades: Rising 2nd – 4th
    Instructor: Katie Decker, CPA Upper School Science Teacher
    Cost: Early Bird - $200; After May 31 - $225 (includes $25 supply fee)
    This crazy camp is loaded with extreme experiments that will have campers creating slime, concocting invisible ink, making ice cream and rock candy, exploding gummy bears, and much, much more! Campers will learn how to (safely) explore the fun behind the science that is all around them.
     
  • July 8-12: Doll House Makerspace

    Session: July 8 – 12, 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: 4th – 6th
    Instructor: Tara Stumpf, Lower School Visual Arts Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $200; After May 31 - $225 ($25 supply fee)

    Campers will be constructing their own doll houses with building codes. Students will also be sewing to create their own creature, animal or doll to live in their new house. 
  • July 8-12: Introduction to Debate

    Session: July 8 - 12, 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: 7th – 10th
    Instructor: Ben Crist, Latin Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
    Debate trains student in logic, ethics, use of evidence, and persuasion. Intro to Debate exposes students to the terminology, structure, and technique of various debate forms while providing specific instruction in a modified form of Congressional Debate that is used in local, state, and national competitions. The week will culminate in a formally judged round.
     
  • July 8-12: Intermediate Debate/Mock Trial

    Session: July 8 – 12, 1 – 4 PM
    Grades: 9th – 12th
    Instructor: Ben Crist, Latin Instructor (local attorney will be a guest speaker)
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
    This class will build on the foundation of elementary argumentation and debate toward the goal of students participating in a modified mock trial. More information about the event can be found at the Tennessee Bar Association Website (http://www.tba.org/info/tennessee-high-school-mock-trial-0). Prerequisite: Intro to Debate course at CPA or approval from camp instructor.
     
  • July 15-19: Brentwood Driver Education (CPA Campus)

    Session: July 15– 19, Monday – Thursday 8:30 – 4 PM and Friday 2:30 PM dismissal.
    Grades: rising 10th – 12th
    Cost: Early Bird - $425; After May 31 - $450

    This course consists of 
    30 hours of classroom training and 6 hours behind-the-wheel training. Instruction will be held on the Christ Presbyterian Academy campus for five days from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (2:30 dismissal on Friday). The behind-the-wheel training is completed in three 2 hour sessions. Most driving lessons will be done from class, with some lessons possibly scheduled after class or on Saturdays
    Driving lessons
    • You may test with us for your license, based on eligibility
    • This course may be good for an insurance reduction
    • Students must know their social security number to complete paperwork when testing for a license
    • Two hours of behind-the-wheel training will be done on a simulator to learn driving in bad weather, emergencies, etc.
    • Please bring a blue ink pen and non-spiral bound notebook 
     
    License Testing Information
    • When you take our 30 hour classroom course you can be exempt from taking the license test at the Driver Testing Station.
    • If you under the age of 18 and have held a learner's permit for at least 180 days or are over the age of 18 and have a learner's permit, you may test for your Driver's License with us.
    • You must take your Learners Permit in addition to the DTTP Road Skills Driving Test Certification you receive from us when you go to the Driver Testing Station to pick up your Driver’s License.
    The Drivers Education Certificate of Completion, received upon completion of the course, is used for insurance discounts and should not be taken to the Drivers Testing Station. Please check with your insurance company for specifics regarding discounts.
     
    We do not guarantee a license just by attending our course. You must also successfully pass the test we give for license. 
     
  • July 15-19: Adventure Day Camp

    Session: July 15 - 19, Monday-Friday, 9 – 3 PM
    Grades: rising 5th – 8th
    Instructors: Beth Sheridan
    Cost: Early Bird - $250; After May 31 - $275 ($25 activity fee)
     
     
    Adventure Day Camp will explore fitness in a whole new light through different, fun adventures including hiking, kayaking, ropes courses, rock climbing and fishing. Each day we will play games that incorporate cardio and strength training. We will also focus on the development of life skills so our campers are challenged physically and mentally.
  • July 22-26: LEGO Mindstorms Robotics Competition

    9 – 3 PM (Full Day Session)
    Session: July 22 - 26
    Grades: rising 5th – 8th
    Instructor: Wesley Diggs CPA First LEGO League Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird $250; after May 31 $275
    This camp focuses on building robots that find another robot and push it out of a Sumo ring. Complex building and programming skills are applied to create a robot that can autonomously defeat its opponent.  This is a fun and challenging camp made for students who are ready to build and program.
  • July 22-26: Kindergarten Readiness Camp

    Session: July 22nd – 26th (9 – 12 p.m.)
    Grades: rising Kindergarten
    Instructor: Kate Laws, CPA Kindergarten Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
     
    This camp is a great opportunity to help your student transition from preschool to lower school. Students will have a true “big school” experience. It is a wonderful time for them to become comfortable in a kindergarten classroom and meet some other new lions!
     
  • July 22-26: Give, Save & Spend

    Session: July 22– 26, 1 – 4 PM
    Grades rising 7th – 10th
    Instructor: Sally Weatherly, MS Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
    Using the Dave Ramsey curriculum, students will be equipped on how to avoid debt, budget with intention, invest early, and build wealth so they can live generously. This is a student-interactive course including biblical principles of finance with personal application. Students will be participating in small-group discussions, activities, and technology applications, including the production of a PowerPoint presentation.
     
  • July 22-26: Coding Camp

    Session: July 22 – 26, 1 – 4 PM
    Grades: rising 1st – 4th
    Instructor: Ian Mullins-Zugelder, Instructor of LS STEAM Lab
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
     
    This STEAM camp will sharpen critical thinking skills by introducing coding basics. Campers will use laptops, tablets, LEGOs and other tech to create animations, build and program robots, and more!
  • July 22-26: Summer Reading Book Club

    Session: July 22 – 26
    4th grade, 9 – 12 PM
    5th grade, 1 – 4 PM
    Instructor: Brenda Ferrell, LS Librarian
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
     
     
    Jump into your summer reading with a summer book club! This interactive club will dive deep into a book from the required summer reading list to discover setting, plot, rising action, conflict, and the resolution of the story. By the end of this camp, students will have the opportunity to work on a fun, interactive book report which will bring greater understanding to their summer assignment. The 4th grade featured book with be, “Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH” and the 5th grader book will be, “The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street.” Please have your students bring their books each day. (Class limited to 12 students)
     

Arts

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  • June 10-14: Filmmaking

    Session: June 10-14, 9 – 3 PM
    Grades: rising 7th – 12th
    Instructor: Michael Ellson, Media Arts Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $250; After May 31 - $275
     
    Working together as a production team to produce a short film, campers will create, write, and produce original screenplays, while experiencing production team roles, including directing, audio engineering, and cinematography. Short film productions will be completed by editing with Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, and After Effects. Throughout this workshop, students will become storytellers with the camera. A screening of the short films will be held on Friday from 2-3 p.m., in the High School Media Arts Studio. Students will also take home a DVD of their films.
     
  • June 10-14: Intro to Dance

    Session: June 10 – 14
    Grades: rising K – 2nd (9 – 12 p.m.)
    Grades: rising 2nd – 4th (1 – 4 p.m.)
    Instructor: CPA Dance Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
     
    Dance your way this summer on a journey of ballet, tap, jazz and more!  In a fun, encouraging environment we will explore elementary technique, develop motor skills, introduce rhythmic patterns and express emotion through movement.  We will lead students through dance inspired crafts, games and stories.  We will take our imaginations to new heights as we explore the joy of dance in a Christ centered, entertaining and interactive week.
  • June 10-14: Beginning Guitar

    Session: June 10 – 14, 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: rising 2nd – 5th
    Instructor: Ian Mullins-Zugelder
    Cost: Early Bird- $175; After May 31- $200
     
    Learn the basics of playing guitar! This camp is ideal for children who are new to guitar – with zero to little experience. Campers will learn parts of the guitar, notes, basic chords, and how to read a chord chart.
    *Campers must bring their own guitar and pick(s).
     
  • June 10-14: Printmaking/Clay Intensive

    Session: June 10 - 14, 1 – 4 p.m.
    Grades: 8th – 12th
    Instructor: Tara Stumpf, LS Visual Arts Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200 ($25 supply fee)
     
    Students will explore hand building techniques as we build relief tiles as well a two styles of printmaking. Students will study Relief printmaking by producing a multi colored lino block print. We will also be studying the Intaglio style of printmaking by creating our own etching using plexi-glass and printing using the wet method. 
  • June 17-21: Art Studio

    Session: June 17-21, 9 – 12 p.m.
    Grade: 6th – 9th
    Instructor: Laura McFadden, Middle School Visual Arts Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200 ($25 supply fee)
     
    Campers will make the coolest art projects to wear, use, and decorate their favorite space! Art projects will use a variety of mediums such as paint, textiles, clay, and more!
     
  • June 17-21: Adaptive Arts

    Session: June 17 – 21, 9 – 12 PM
    Instructors: Lesa Roman, Paige Sottek and Ashli Spencer
    Grades: K – 8th
    Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
     
    CPA Dance believes everyone should have an opportunity to dance and is committed to working with families to ensure that programming is accessible. This camp will provide transformative classes such as Adaptive Dance, Art Therapy, and Music Therapy to students of all ages with disabilities.
     
  • July 8-12: Rhythm and Movement Intensive (Jazz/Hip Hop)

    Session: July 8 – 12 (9 – 12 p.m.)
    Grades: rising 6th – 9th
    Instructor: Tosha Pendergrast, Dancer and Choreographer
    Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
     
    This week will focus on learning dance techniques in three of the most energetic and upbeat genres of dance. We will learn steps and dance combinations in the jazz, tap, and hip hop styles of dance. Participants will also learn about famous dancers, musicians, and choreographers who brought these dances to popularity.
     
  • July 8-12: Clay/Printmaking Studio

    Session: July 8 – 12 (1 – 4 p.m.)
    Grades: rising 5th – 8th
    Instructor: Tara Stumpf, LS Visual Arts Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200 ($25 supply fee)

    Students will use hand building techniques as we explore coil building in this camp. Students will also be study relief printmaking and creating their own block and print series throughout the week. 
     
  • July 15-19: Fairytale Ballet

    Sessions: July 15 – 19, 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: 3 years old - kindergarten (fully potty-trained)
    Instructor: CPA Dance Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200
     
    Join us for an enchanted ballet experience this summer! Young dancers will explore beginner ballet technique and creative movement as they journey through beloved fairytales and songs that encourage love, courage, and kindness! Activities include fun dance games, crafts, and story time!
     
  • July 22-26: Preschool Art Adventure

    Session: July 22-26, 9 – 12 PM
    Age: 4 – 5 years old (potty-trained)
    Instructor: Rachel Jones, Visual Arts Instructor
    Cost: Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200 ($10 supply fee)
     
    Campers will enter the colorful world of visual arts creation through distinct art projects in connection with the books and authors these students love.
     
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  • July 22-26: Art in a Day

    Session: July 22 – 26, 1 – 4 PM
    Instructor: Rachel Jones, Visual Arts Instructor
    Grades: rising K – 2nd
    Early Bird - $175; After May 31 - $200 ($10 supply fee)

    Campers will enter the colorful world of visual arts creation through distinct art projects in connection with the books and authors these students love.
     
  • July 22-26: Ballet Contemporary

    Session: July 22 – 26, 9 – 12 PM
    Grades: rising 5th – 8th
    Instructor: Paige Sottek, MS Dance Company Director
    Cost: Early Bird – $175; After May 31 - $200
     
    This intensive is for any middle school student who is looking for refine technique, further development, or just kickstart your dance training in classical ballet and contemporary. Students will learn proper etiquette, work barre and center combinations, and perform a short combination in both styles.
     

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