Mr. Singer’s Center Fun!
Free choice center time with fun activities in over fifteen different centers! Experts know that exploratory play is essential for healthy child development for all ages! Become familiar or reacquainted with Kindergarten teacher, Mr. Singer, and his enormous classroom!
Paint Like the Masters
Explore a different artist each day of the week. Create a post-impressionistic landscape with oil pastels in the iconic style of van Gogh. Study the vibrant color of pointillism developed by Seurat, and the avant-garde cubism of Picasso with self-portraits. Paint Michelangelo-style—on your back! And last but not least, try your hand at the messy, dynamic techniques of Pollock’s abstract expressionist painting style. Find your inner artist and share your talents with us!
Take the Stage
Acting Against Cancer
Ready to see your name in lights? In this one-week musical theatre camp, hosted by Acting Against Cancer, you’re the star of the show! Led by Collegiate alumni Whitten Montgomery and Remy Sisk, this exciting workshop focuses on all areas of producing a local Broadway musical! Interesting and informative lessons will focus on acting, singing and moving, while guest speakers throughout the week will share their knowledge of lighting, costume, and set design. Campers will start the week by exploring and choosing roles, and over the course of the camp, put together a real live production. By Friday afternoon, campers will perform in front of a large and excited Summer Programs audience! Acting Against Cancer’s camp is an excellent way for every child to learn more about theatre and see what really goes into making a show a success. Acting Against Cancer is a successful non-profit theatre company that donates all profits to the treatment of pediatric cancer.
Minecraft: Individual Challenge
Think you’re the best Minecraft player around? Come and show off your skills at our Minecraft Individual Challenges camp.Whether through timed, individual, or team competitions, each day campers will be given a variety of challenges to accomplish. You could be asked to build the best shelter, find the most of an element, or collect the most bones. Sign up and prove that you are the best Minecraft player in Louisville!
Sew Easy, Sew Fun!
Do you love to make things? Have you always wanted to learn to sew? Join Collyn Justus this summer and discover the fundamentals of sewing. You will learn important hand sewing techniques as well as the ins and outs of safely using a sewing machine! From cutting out simple patterns to putting on the finishing touches, campers will sew numerous fun projects to use, share and possibly wear. You’ll create a personalized pin cushion buddy, hand sew a stuffed animal, and by the end assemble your very own luxurious hot/cold pack on a machine. Due to the unique needs of this camp space is limited, so to be sure to sign up early.
You can’t have Pinterest without the word INTEREST. This entire week will be filled with interests. Together, we’ll complete projects including baking, art, decoration, hair braiding, clothing design, etc. All you need to bring is your imagination and some creativity! Join Mrs. Stevie Trent, experienced elementary school teacher and part-time arts and craft enthusiast for this craftrageous week!
Compassionate Community Service
Carey Goldstein, Bridget McGuire
Focusing on local Louisville organizations, this camp is all about giving back. Rather than a financial donation, campers will donate their time and helping hands to different agencies. Guided by Upper School counselor Carey Goldstein, campers will spend time on campus learning about the organizations and why they need our help, followed by spending time out in the community making a difference. All students will practice the Cornerstone of compassion by sharing their talents and energy with local groups. 8th graders will receive community service hours for the following school year. Limited to 6 students.
Grades 6 +
Students will learn the basics of digital and analog circuits by building a variety of fun and engaging circuits controlled by an Arduino micro-controller. Students will learn programming basics as they edit and personalize programs that control LEDs, play music, respond to touch, and more. If your student has enjoyed LEGO robotics during their science class or as a club, they will have fun building upon their skills as they learn about the circuits that make robots work.
Cropping and tinting are just the beginning of what you will learn to do with your digital photographs. From creating frameable artwork to mixing other media into your photos, to adding countless professional special effects. Upper School Photography teacher Angela Shoemaker will lead you in a week of exploration, artistry, creativity, and cutting-edge technology. No camera needed, the school will provide iPads for all campers.
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.
Global Online Academy 6/18 – 8/3
$250 Collegiate Fee
$750 GOA Fee
Global Online Academy is a not-for-profit consortium of 50+ independent schools from around the world. Started by a group of independent schools looking to bring the benefits of online learning to their teachers and students, Global Online Academy prepares students for a global future by providing new, modern ways for students to learn and teachers to teach.
Students take Global Online Academy (GOA) courses for credit at Louisville Collegiate School and the course is reflected in the student’s schedule and transcript. GOA allows schools to expand what they offer and help students test their passions in ways typically unavailable on a single campus. The courses are interactive, instructional, and experiential. All GOA courses have asynchronous components (students participate each day on their own schedule) and synchronous components (when students collaborate together or work with their teacher, generally using video conferencing software).