Summer Programs Week 1: June 4-8

Secret Agents
Collyn Justus
Grades JK-1
9:00-noon
$165

Are you the next great secret agent? Agent J (Ms. Justus) hopes you choose to accept this mission and join her and your fellow Secret Agents in-training as you earn your Double-0 status. As a Secret Agent, you will craft your own Secret Agent identity and disguise, complete with a utility belt, especially made to hold ingenious spy gadgets that you design. You’ll learn to write and decode top secret messages, analyze fingerprints, dodge lasers, search for hidden clues, and create and test your own egg-scape plan! At the end of the week, you will complete your own secret spy mission to test your new skills.

 

Titan/Amazon Soccer
Coach Chad Wozniak
Grades K-8
9:00-noon
$165

Join Collegiate Varsity Soccer Coach Chad Wozniak, recipient of the 2016 Regional Coach of the Year Award, and some of his nationally ranked soccer players in a week of fun-filled soccer games and skill development. Coach and his players will focus on fun competitions and scrimmages for soccer players of all levels. This camp takes place on the Campus Field at LCS.

 

Girl Power!
Elizabeth Cantrell
Grades 2-5
9:00-noon
$165

Dream big! Stand tall! Reach high! Love yourself! Through crafts, movement, mindfulness, and journaling, we will explore female role models of the past and present. By learning about ourselves and strong role models, we can grow up to be exactly who we want to be! Join Lower School Staff Elizabeth Cantrell for this empowering week of Girl Power!

 

Intro to Robotics
Sarah Weyrens
Grades 4-6
9:00-noon
$165

“Ready, set, LEGO!” This camp introduces younger students to real-world engineering challenges by building LEGO-based robots to complete tasks. Students will design, build, test, and program robots using LEGO MINDSTORMS® technology. Through the application of real-world math and science concepts, students will enhance their critical thinking skills as they compete in mini competitions. Sarah Weyrens, Upper School Science Teacher and Robotics Team Coach, will introduce students to the exciting world of robotics.

 

Mountain Biking in Cherokee Park
Jon Coole
Grades 6-8
9:00-noon
$165

Middle School Science Teacher and avid outdoorsman, Jon Coole will lead you on a biking exploration of Cherokee Park trails (or, as some have called it, the Church of Sticks and Stones). After working up a hearty appetite and thirst, mountain bikers will find a few yummy stops on Bardstown Road. Mr. Coole will also lead a mechanical tour of the gears, chains, and other moving parts of your amazing two-wheeled transportation. Each participant is required to have a bike that can navigate the trails and a helmet to protect them should the adventure take the rider off course.

 

Spherical Fun
Lori Hendrix
Grades JK-K
12:30-3:30
$165

Come explore various spheres and ellipses and balls. Through a variety of science and art activities, we will bounce around with all sorts of balls, discover what is inside, and create our own spheres. Of course, there will be silly stories and fun friends. Come have a bubbly good time with Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Hendrix.

 

Phonics Fun
Debra Cohn
Grades K-2
12:30-3:30
$165

Being a successful reader begins with hearing and identifying sounds and patterns and connecting them to symbols. Through hands-on games, music and movement activities integrating all five of the senses, LS teacher Debra Cohn leads students as they practice and reinforce heard sounds and identify patterns in words. This is a great summer camp for the emerging reader or to help those beginning readers strengthen and solidify their phonics skills heading into the summer.

 

Creating Games with Scratch
Nicole Glover
Grades 2-5
12:30-3:30
$165

Learn to code and create your own games using Scratch programming software. Beginners to experts are welcome. You will have a chance to create your very own game based on your skills. Step-by-step directions will be provided to get you started, and then you can add your own ideas! JK-12th-grade Technology Coordinator Nicole Glover will guide students through Scratch!

 

Amazon Field Hockey
Coach Miranda Curry
Grades 4-8
12:30-3:30
$165

Collegiate’s Amazon field hockey camp is designed for all levels and focuses on skill development and player endurance. After warm-ups, we will play team building games and then focus on building field hockey skills. Coach Shetler inspires all athletes in a creative way for every player to enjoy the game! This camp takes place on the Campus Field at LCS.

 

Athletic Conditioning
Elizabeth Cantrell
Grades 5-8
12:30-3:30
$165

Designed to promote a healthy overall lifestyle, Athletic Conditioning Camp will keep you fit and motivated over the summer! Using a wide range of activities such as jogging, hiking, core work and body weight exercises, this camp will promote stamina, strength, flexibility, and coordination. We will also focus on learning about healthy lifestyle habits that can build self-confidence and improve mental strength and discipline.

 

Advanced Robotics
Jon Coole
Grades 6-8
12:30-3:30
$165

In this advanced camp, students who already have experience with LEGO MINDSTORMS® technology will take their skills and understanding to the next level. We will build on the skills already developed in many introductory courses. Students will work in pairs to design, build, test and program robots utilizing math and science concepts. Robotics teaches critical thinking and team-building skills. Join Jon Coole, Middle School Science teacher and Robotics Coach for this advanced class.

 

Unplugged Fun
Jessica Watkins
Grades 3-5
12:30-3:30
$165

Time to unplug! Get moving and playing without cords to tie you down! Inside we will play board games, card games, and word games! Past favorites include intense games of Clue and hilarious rounds of Apples to Apples. Outside, we will play a game of giant pick up sticks, wall ball, and four square. We may be unplugged, but we’ll be more energized than ever!

 

Summer Reading: Anti-procrastination Camp
John Beasley
Grades 6-8
12:30-3:30
$165

Don’t find yourself at the end of the summer with your required reading assignments looming! If you join your friends at Mr. Beasley’s Anti-Procrastination Camp, you can check your summer reading off your list! Read, play games, and talk about books. Mr. Beasley will guide you through your assignments in this relaxed and productive camp.