#1 June 15 – 24: Wilderness Survivor
Survivor Camp will have students learning about the outdoors from identifying animal tracks to making a shelter. Campers will learn about survival techniques used in the wild to be self-reliant, how to track their own movements, and see and hold camping supplies that all fit into a 80L backpack that would be used for a two month camping hike. Students will be able to create their wilderness journal to document their journey.
#2 June 29 – July 8: Build Your Own Escape Room
Escape Room has students solving a string of questions and clues, as well as decode different ciphers as they work collaboratively to create the ultimate escape room. Students are able to use their creativity, analytical skills, and imagination in a series of tasks to build and solve each other’s escape room.
#3 July 13 – 22: Game Master Challenge
Game Master Challenge is an engaging series of games that help students develop strategic thinking and build their collaborative skills as they work together to solve problems. Students will experience using their senses to explore new and challenging games. They will end the camp by designing their own game, either by cards, board game or strategic game to be played by other campers and family at home.
#4 July 27 – August 5: Amazing Race: Olympic Edition
The Amazing Race: Olympic Edition will have multiple teams compete in a race with one another. Teams strive to arrive first at the end of each leg and try to avoid coming in last. Clues are provided during each leg to lead the teams to the next destination or direct them to perform a task. Students build their collaborative and analytical skills all while enjoying themselves and having fun as they reach the final destination – Japan.
#5 August 10 – 19: Urban Art
Urban Art focuses on Graffiti/ Street Art, Sidewalk Chalk Art, Acrylic Pour Art (also called Dutch Art) and Rock Art. Students will have an opportunity to have award-winning guest artist Fiona Bonham, who specializes in grunge art and is a skate deck artist, present and guide students in different mediums. Students have an opportunity to make murals and other forms of art to showcase their creativity.
#6 August 24 – September 2: Build Your Own Escape Room II
Participate in a new escape room each day of camp and learn how to build your own. Escape Room has students solving a string of questions and clues, as well as decode different ciphers as they work collaboratively to create the ultimate escape room. Students are able to use their creativity, analytical skills, and imagination in a series of tasks to build and solve each other’s escape room.