Summer Programs: Week 1

Week 1: June 5-9

 

 

Camp JK

Junior Kindergarten
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Rocio Lalama, Katie Milby, Keisha Martindale
*max. 30 students
$185

 

Get your first taste of Junior Kindergarten before the first day of school! Camp JK is designed to mimic a modified school day. There will be center time, snack time, playground time, and different daily activities! A surprise theme day each week will truly delight your campers. Oh-and bring a change of clothes and a towel on Fridays for WATER PLAY!

 

 

Perler Bead Art

Grades K-4
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Kristy Lawrence
*max. 16 students
$185

 

Spend the afternoon getting crafty with 1st Grade assistant Kristy Lawrence to make Perler Bead art! Work on fine motor skills and get those creative juices flowing. The possibilities are endless with Perler Beads!

 

 

Chess Camp

Grades K-4
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Todd Payne
*max. 12 students
$185

 

Join Mr. Todd Payne in a camp all about chess! If you’ve never played before, have been playing for years, or just learned a few months ago-all are welcome! Chess for All will meet players at their level and help them learn and continue to work on developing strategies. You won’t be bored with a chessboard on your table!

 

 
 
Full STEAM Ahead w/ Louisville Science Center

Grades 1-2
8:30-11:30 a.m.
*max. 20 students
$250

 

Explore STEAM with the Kentucky Science Center! Explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math through hands-on projects. Join the Education Staff from the Louisville Science Center for a week of STEAM-themed activities on our campus! Things might get a little messy, and something might just explode-you never know!

 

 

Field Hockey Skills @ Champions Trace

Grades 5-8
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Erika Ritchey
*max. 20 students
$185

 

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 focus on building field hockey skills. Erika Ritchey inspires all athletes in a creative way for every player to enjoy the game! Please bring your own shin guards and a mouth guard. The school can provide a mask and a stick, or you may bring your own. Drop-off and pick-up will be at Champions Trace; the school will not provide transportation.

 

 

Summer Reading Kickoff

Grades 4-5
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Jill Beasley
*max. 12 students
$185

 

Start the summer on the right foot, ensuring all of your summer reading is in the bag! Lower School teacher Jill Beasley will help students enter their summer reading and work on their projects. Ms. Beasley will ensure that each student achieves maximum comprehension and has a great time doing so!

 

 

Mock Trial

Grades 6-8
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Derrick Staton
*max. 12 students
$185

 

Come and learn about the American judicial system and the work of attorneys by actively handling a case from State Finals Coach, Upper School Faculty member, and attorney Derrick Staton. Play the roles of attorneys and witnesses, work in teams to study the case, examine legal issues, and prepare strategies and arguments for trial. On the final day, participate in a full mock trial. You will also learn about the law school process and various legal practice areas.

 

 

Mountain Biking Through Cherokee Park

Grades 6-8
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Jon Coole
*max. 16 students
$200

 

Middle School science teacher, Eagle Scout, 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.

 

 

Games Galore!

Grades 3-4
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Jim Schindler
*max. 15 students
$185

 

During this week of fun and games, participants will engage in some familiar board games, be participants in games based on TV game shows, and play some less familiar games that are sure to result in laughter and test your skills. Third-grade teacher, Mr. Jim Schindler, will facilitate a collection of games that will get you giggling and gear up some word and math skills during the summer. Come join us in the games!

 


 

Español is Fun!

Grades K-2
12:30-3:30 p.m.
Cecilia Long
*max. 10 students
$185

 

Pack your bags for a great vacation! Collegiate teacher Senora Long and her students are off to visit Espana, Mexico, Cuba, and Ecuador! Students will explore these countries’ language, geography, music, art, games, and traditions. Come learn the Hispanic culture together and discover how much fun is to learn Espanol!

 

 

Disney & Drawing

Grades K-4
12:30-3:30 p.m.
Sarah Davis
*max. 12 students
$185

 

Time for your student to relax after working so hard this school year! We will watch Disney movies and unwind with some relaxing coloring. We will break up our day with a snack and playtime enjoying socializing with friends one last time before vacations begin.

 

 

Ooey Gooey

Grades K-1
12:30-3:30 p.m.
Rocio Lalama
*max. 12 students
$190

 

Get ready because this camp is ooey-gooey and squishy-wishy! We will explore chemical reactions and create ooey gooey substances such as slime, types of dough, oobleck, and volcanoes. Join Junior Kindergarten teacher Mrs. Rocio Lalama in making some Ooey Gooey fun!

 

 

Full STEAM Ahead with the Louisville Science Center

Grades 3-4
12:30-3:30 p.m.
*max. 20 students
$250

 

Explore STEAM with the Kentucky Science Center! Explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math through hands-on projects. Join the Education Staff from the Louisville Science Center for a week of STEAM-themed activities on our campus! Things might get a little messy, and something might explode-you never know!

 

 

Advanced Lego Robotics

Grades 5-8
Jon Coole
12:30-3:30 p.m.
*max. 12 students
$185

 

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 use the newest generation of Lego® robotics equipment (Spike! Prime) to build on the skills already developed in many introductory courses. Students will work in pairs to design, build, test, and program robots using math and science concepts. The sky’s the limit, as we can dig deeper than they have in the past. Through this experience, they will learn critical thinking and team-building skills. It’s fun and exciting, and the skills they learn will last a lifetime.

 

 

Mock Trial

Grades 9-12
12:30-3:30 p.m.
Derrick Staton
*max. 12 students
$185

 

Come and learn about the American judicial system and the work of attorneys by actively handling a case from State Finals Coach, Upper School Faculty member, and attorney Derrick Staton. Play the roles of attorneys and witnesses, work in teams to study the case, examine legal issues, and prepare strategies and arguments for trial. On the final day, participate in a full mock trial. You will also learn about the law school process and various legal practice areas.

 

 

Theatre Camp!

Grades 5-8
12:30-3:30 p.m.
Erika Ritchey
*max. 20 students
2-week camp
$360

 

Spend two weeks with Erika Ritchey learning all about the Behind-the-Scenes work of theatre! Help build sets, learn lines, decide on props, and all the other prep work that goes into play production. At the end of the two weeks, invite your friends and family to see the final performance!

 

 

Soccer Skills @ Champions Trace

Grades 5-8
12:30-3:30 p.m.
Rick Haufe, Joey Haufe
*max. 16 students
$185

 

This camp will provide an opportunity to learn the basics of the offensive and defensive end of the game while in a fun and creative environment. This camp is designed for all levels and focuses on skill development and player endurance. Please bring a water bottle, shin guards, and soccer cleats; dress appropriately for the weather outside. Assistant Director of Summer Programs, Amy Kilgore, will be on-site at Champions Trace with Coach Rick and Coach Joey for the duration of the camp. Drop-off and pick-up will be at Champions Trace; the school will not provide transportation.

 

 

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