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Charlotte Christian School

Expanding your horizons

2011 Summer Camps


table of contents & general policies Table of Contents Overview of Summer Camps Enrichment Camps Discovery Place Science Reach Camps Knights Sports Camps Super Summer Day Camp Registration Forms

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general policies The policies for summer camp students in regard to conduct, courtesy, appearance and honor code will be the same as regular Charlotte Christian School policies. • All students and visitors are expected to exemplify Jesus Christ and pursue excellence at all times. • Charlotte Christian School operates under an honor code which specifically forbids stealing, cheating or lying. Campers who violate this policy are subject to suspension or dismissal.

• Modest and appropriate clothing is required while on campus. Footwear is required at all times.

• Boys shall not wear earrings or any other inappropriate jewelry.

• No visible body piercing or visible tattoos will be allowed.

• Hats, caps or other head coverings are not allowed inside the buildings.

• The possession of tobacco, alcoholic beverages, drugs and firearms is not allowed on campus and can lead to an immediate dismissal without refund.

• Students must arrive and be picked up on time. There is a late fee of $10 per 10 minutes. *Charlotte Christian School reserves the right to modify summer camp policies and combine appropriate classes based on enrollment.


What will you do with your summer? Many of us will take time to travel to visit with family and friends. Others will choose to catch up on the extra sleep maybe lost during the busy school year. But what will your student do when the traveling is done and they’ve gotten all the extra sleep they need? I have the answer for your family! Come join us for a Charlotte Christian School summer camp. While attending camp students can learn, play and explore in the areas of athletics, fine arts and enrichment. Each of these areas will provide them with an opportunity to expand their horizons. Charlotte Christian School strives to meet the needs of the whole child - heart, mind, body, and soul. As educators, we know that this is a continual process. It is our desire to provide students with opportunities to excel outside the classroom. Our summer programs provide students with opportunities to expand their horizons spiritually, emotionally, and physically while integrating biblical truth into the daily learning of the campers. Our sports camps will allow students to sharpen their skills and solidify the fundamentals of the game. Our enrichment camps will capture the imagination and spark creativity for learning. Whether it is creating and designing their own special cake, exploring dinosaurs, or enjoying a week full of legos, each day will hold something new. Whether your student would like to attend camp for one week or for many weeks, there are a variety of camps available that will peak the interest of students who love to learn, play and explore. We hope that your family will come spend time with us this summer as we expand our horizons together. In Christ, Allycia R. Brown Director of Summer Camps Charlotte Christian School

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overview of summer camps All camps reflect the rising grade of the camper. *Camps offered by Discovery Place.

June 13 - 17

overview

Course Name

Age/Grade

Astronaut Academy*

Grades 2 - 3

14

Knights Baseball

Ages 5 - 15

16

Blast Off!*

Grades K - 1

14

Bubbles Galore

Grades JK - 2

4

Computer Skills - Microsoft Word/ Grade 9 Power Point (June 13 - 16) Adult

5

CPR Certification/Intro. to First Aid Grades 6 - 12 (June 13 - 15)

5

Create Your Memories

Grade 4 Adult

6

Explore A World of Drawing

Grades 1 - 5

6

Film Production

Grades 9 - 12

7

Let’s Get Painting

Grades 1 - 5

8

Let’s Have Some Fun with Golf

Ages 5 - 15

18

Let’s Play With Clay

Grades 3 - 5

9

Little Diva Dance

Grades JK - 2

15

Look! Look! I’m A Book Nook Cook

Grades JK - 1

8

Power Tools 101

Grades 9 Adult

10

Sign Language

Grades 3 - 5

11

Super Summer Day Camp

Grades JK - 3

20

Swim

Grades K - 8

19

Tennis

Grades K - 5

19

Tennis

Grades 6 - 8

19

Theatre/Improvisation

Grades 6 - 10

11

(June 13 - 16)

May 31 - June 3 Course Name

Age/Grade

Page

Knights Baseball

Ages 5 - 15

16

June 6 - 10 Course Name

Age/Grade

Page

Knights Baseball

Ages 5 - 15

16

Chess Academy (Beginner)

Grades 1 - 5

5

Knights Football

Grades K - 6

16

Cupcake Fun

Grades 2 - 5

6

Knights Basketball

Grade 2 - 8

17

Lacrosse

Grades 6 - 8

18

Little Conservatory of Music

Ages 3 Grade 2

15

Mini Dribblers Basketball (June 6 - 9) Grades JK - 1

17

Musical Theatre

Grade 6 - 10

9

Pony Camp at Cat Nap Farm

Grades 1 - 5

9

Pottery Formations

Grades 3 - 6

10

Soccer Skills (June 6 - 9)

Grades JK - 5

19

Super Summer Day Camp

Grades JK - 3

20

(June 6 - 9)

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July 11 - 15

Course Name

Age/Grade

Course Name

Age/Grade

Autour Du Monde Francophone

Grades 1 - 3

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American Girl Doll

Grades 1 - 5

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A World In Motion

Grades 2 - 6

4

Cheerleading - Bases & Flyers

Grades 3 - 8

16

Knights Basketball

Grades 2 - 8

17

Sign Language

Grades 3 - 5

11

SOAR® Study Skills Advantage

Grades 6 - 8

12

Soccer Skills (June 11 - 14)

Grades JK - 5

19

Super Summer Day Camp

Grades JK -3

20

Swim

Grades K - 8

19

Tennis

Grades K - 5

19

Cheerleading Basic Fundamentals

Grades JK - 5

16

YMCA Camp Harrison Dude Ranch Adventure

Ages 7 - 16

13

YMCA Camp Harrison Resident

Ages 7 - 16

13

Eco Camp*

Grades 4 - 5

14

Extreme Stuff You Always Wanted to Do Camp

Grades 3 - 6

6

Fit-n-Play

Grades JK - 2

15

Course Name

Age/Grade

Junior Lady Knights Basketball

Grades 2 - 5

17

Junior Lady Knights Basketball

Grades 2 - 5

17

Karate

Grades K - 5

7

Lady Ballers Basketball

Grades 6 - 9

17

Lady Ballers Basketball

Grades 6 - 9

17

Let’s Play With Clay

Grades 3 - 5

9

Percussion

Grades K - 5

10

Pony Camp at Cat Nap Farm

Grades 9 Adult

Grades 1 - 5

11

Puppets & Plays

11

Running With Scissors*

Grades 4 - 5

14

Science Smorgasbord*

Grades 2 - 3

14

Soccer Skills

Grades JK - 5

19

Soccer Skills (June 20 - 23)

Grades 6 - 8

19

Super Summer Day Camp

Grades JK - 3

20

Super Summer Day Camp

Grades JK - 3

20

Taking It Up A Notch Golf

Taking It Up A Notch Golf

Ages 5 - 15

18

Ages 5 - 15

18

WeDo Robotics - Lego Education

Grades 3 - 6

12

Young Einsteins*

Grades K - 1

14

(June 19 - 25 - Overnight)

(June 19 - 25 - Overnight)

(June 20 - 23)

July 18 - 22

(July 18 - 22)

(July 18 - 21)

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June 20 - 24

July 25 - 29 Course Name

Age/Grade

Page

Chess Academy (Advanced)

Grades 1 -5

5

Club Penguin

Grades K - 5

5

Fun with Fancy Nancy

Grades JK - 2

7

Kids In The Kitchen

Grades 3 - 5

8

Lego Mania

Grades 1 - 5

8

Let’s Get Serious About Golf

Ages 5 - 15

18

Mathtastic

Grades 3 - 5

9

SOAR® Study Skills Advantage

Grades 9 - 12

12

Super Splash

Grades K - 5

11

Super Summer Day Camp

Grades JK - 3

20

(July 25 - 29)

June 27 - july 1 Course Name

Age/Grade

Page

Knights Baseball

Ages 5 - 15

16

Wrestling

Grades K - 5

19

Critter Care Takers*

Grades K - 1

14

Wrestling

Grades 6 - 12

19

Computer Skills - Microsoft Excel (June 27 - 30)

Grade 9 Adult

5

August 1 - 5

Fencing

Grades 3 - 6

7

Course Name

Age/Grade

Cupcake Fun

Grades 2 - 5

JetToy Challenge

Grades K - 5

7

Knights Basketball

Grades 2 - 8

17

Grades 1 - 5

9

Grades JK - 3

20

Let’s Get Serious About Golf

Ages 5 - 15

18

Let’s Play Games

Grades 3 - 5

8

Running With Scissors*

Grades 2 - 3

14

SOAR® Study Skills Advantage

Grades 4 - 5

12

Super Summer Day Camp

Grades JK - 3

20

(June 27 - 30)

Pony Camp at Cat Nap Farm (Aug. 1 - 4)

Super Summer Day Camp

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For more information please contact Allycia Brown at allycia.brown@charchrist.com or (704) 366-5657, ext. 2003. All camp directors have passed a background check by Charlotte Christian School.

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enrichment a world in motion skimmer challenge

SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) International’s A World in Motion program brings science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education to life. You will be involved in the Engineering Design Experience which provides a problem solving context in which you will design your own skimmer. The Engineering Design Experience will consist of the following five phases:

American Girl Doll enrichment

Come and enjoy a week of fun with your American Girl dolls offered by American Girl Doll extraordinaire, Mrs. Judy Myers. Girls will enjoy a week of fun creating crafts, learning etiquette, dressing their dolls, and creating fun hair styles, and much more. Each day will focus on a different American Girl Doll. Whether you are new to the camp or have done it before, this promises to be a week of fun-filled activity. All activities are different from previous summers. Campers will need to bring supplies to this camp. A complete list will be given upon receipt of registration. Space is limited so don’t delay on getting your spot. Afternoon material is different from morning camp session. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Judy Myers, MS Administrative Assistant Rising Grades 1 - 5 July 11 - 15 9 a.m. - Noon or 1 - 4 p.m. $150 - half day $250 - full day

Autour du monde Francophone Lower School French

Come discover the food, games, stories, and crafts of five different French-speaking countries. Bring your passport and sense of adventure as we “travel” to France, Belgium, Cameroon, Martinique, and Canada. Allons-y! Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost: 4

Madame Dawn Young, US French Teacher Rising Grades 1 - 3 June 20 - 24 9 a.m. - Noon $150

1. Set Goals 2. Build Knowledge 3. Design 4. Build and Test 5. Present You will construct a paper sailboat that is propelled by fans and glides along the floor. You will test the effect of different sail shapes, sizes, and construction methods on the performance of your skimmer. The goal of this challenge is to design a set of skimmers that reliably meet specific performance criteria. Friction, forces, and the effect of surface area are some of the physical phenomena that you will encounter in this challenge. Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Barb Mitchell, LS Teacher Assistant & Kimberly Warr, LS Technology Teacher Rising Grades 2 - 6 June 20 - 24 1 - 4 p.m. $160

bubbles galore

Calling all Bubbleologists! Have you ever wanted to actually be INSIDE a giant bubble? Do you know the secret to putting your whole hand inside a bubble without making it pop? Did you know that you can blow a bubble using only your bare hands? What’s the perfect bubble juice recipe? As Bubbleologists, campers will discover the science of how bubbles form, why they’re spherical and the connection between liquids and gases. Let the bubble fun begin! Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Marybeth Stephenson, LS Teacher Assistant Rising Grades JK - 2 June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - Noon $150


enrichment Campers will learn the names and movements of the pieces and how to win the game. Lessons will include basic tactical themes and patterns. Tournament rules and practices will be taught each day. All campers will learn a brief history of the origin of chess. The camp will be led by Matthew Noble, director of the Charlotte Chess Academy. He has several years’ teaching experience working with players of all levels. In addition to this, he has attained the title of National Master (top 1-2% nationally). Director: Age: Dates & Times: Cost:

Matthew Noble, Director of Chess Academy Rising Grades 1 - 5 June 6 - 10 • 1 - 4 p.m. (Beginner) July 25 - 29 • 9 a.m. - Noon (Advanced) $150

Club Penguin

Come join the amazing world of Club Penguin. We will create or share your favorite areas of the popular Web site as well as do games and crafts for your penguin. You can even challenge your friends on the new Club Penguin Wii game. Cool down from the summer heat with an artic cool camp! Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Barb Mitchell, LS Teacher Assistant & Kimberly Warr, LS Technology Teacher Rising Grades 1 - 5 July 25 - 29 1 - 4 p.m. $145

computer skills microsoft Word/power point

This is a camp for high school students and adults that would like to develop their computer skills and better manage their digital world of files. Emphasis will be on good file management and word processing. Training will be provided in Microsoft Windows 7 and Word 2007. You will learn some tips and tricks to increase your comfort level the next time you sit in front of your computer. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Carol Grubbs, US Computer Teacher Rising Grade 9 - Adult June 13 - 16 (4 day camp) 9 a.m. - Noon $100

computer skills - microsoft excel

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chess Academy

This is a camp for high school students and adults that would like to learn how to use Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software. Training will be provided in Microsoft Windows 7 and Excel 2007. You will learn how to unleash the power of this software for financial purposes, data organization, and analysis. Content will be suitable for beginner and intermediate level users. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Carol Grubbs, US Computer Teacher Rising Grade 9 - Adult June 27 - 30 (4 day camp) 9 a.m. - Noon $100

cpr certification with introduction to first aid

This camp includes instruction, practice, and certification in CPR for adults, children, and infants with the use of an AED (automated external defibrillator). An introduction to first aid will also be included. This class is perfect for any middle or upper school student who would like to learn these lifesaving skills and would be especially beneficial for students who babysit. Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Charlotte Christian Nursing Staff Rising Grades 6 - 12 June 13 - 15 9 a.m. - Noon $125 5


enrichment Create your Memories

Photos capture a moment, but only albums allow you to celebrate and share the richness of your memories. Creating your own treasured scrapbook is easy with four simple steps. Come and learn these four easy steps and create a beautiful album to share with your friends and family. You will be creating your own 12 x 12 album using quality Creative Memories products. This could be a great way to put your Anne of Green Gables, Wizard of Oz, Annie Jr. or any memories into print.

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Products included (Camper supply kit): • 12 x 12 PicFolio Photo Album with 32 Side-Loading Sleeves • 32 pre-decorated pages • 1 sheet of clear title stickers in brown • 3 sheets of die cuts with ready-to-stick foam tabs that add dimension • Tape Runner • 4 Basic Fine-Tip Pens Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Barb Mitchell, LS Teacher Assistant & Kimberly Warr, LS Technology Teacher Rising Grades 4 - Adult June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - Noon $250

cupcake FUN

Come and celebrate the holidays and special occasions by baking and decorating cupcakes. Create edible pieces of art that you’ll be able to enjoy throughout the year at Birthdays, Easter, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving and more. Campers will bring home creations each day to enjoy with their family. Wear comfortable clothes and an apron. All materials will be included. Director: Angelina Ferrari, MS Spanish Teacher Ages & Dates: Rising Grades 1 - 5 • June 6 - 10 Rising Grades 5 - 8 • August 1 - 5 Time: 9 a.m. - Noon Cost: $165 (Min. 6 • Max. 15) 6

extreme stuff you’ve always wanted to do

At “Extreme Stuff You’ve Always Wanted To Do camp” you and your friends engineer all the extreme fun! What’s a slip-n-slide until you assemble a customized obstacle course with it? What’s a water balloon without launching it using a giant hand crafted slingshot? What’s a bubble until you’re inside of one that’s 10 feet tall? What’s ice cream unless there’s a huge “Human Chocolate Sundae” contest involved? What has every camper always wanted to do but never done? Yes, we���re even taking lunch to the extreme so come ready for a FOOD FIGHT! Bring your EXTREME ideas and a swimsuit, too because we’ll enjoy swimming at the Charlotte Christian pool! Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Marybeth Stephenson, LS Assistant Teacher Rising Grades 3 - 6 June 20 - 24 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. $250

explore a world of drawing

Come and join Lower School Art Teacher Jennifer Williams as she encourages students to use their imagination during this wonderful week of art camp. Each day campers will learn how to use a variety of materials including pencil, pen, oil pastels, and charcoal to create fabulous pieces of art. Be ready…after a few days at camp they might ask their parents to sit for a portrait! Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Jennifer Williams, LS Art Teacher Rising Grades 1 - 5 June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - Noon $165


enrichment fencing

fun with Fancy Nancy

Fencing masks, jackets, gauntlets and swords are provided by Charlotte Fencing Academy for use during the camp.

Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Colleen Gallant, Charlotte Fencing Academy Instructor Rising Grades 3 - 6 June 27 - July 1 9 a.m. - Noon $180

Film production

This course aims to teach students the basics of film production with the ultimate goal of writing, shooting, and editing a short film with a group of their peers. During their time in the class, students will learn how to craft a script from scratch, frame shots with the camera, direct actors and actresses, and upload and edit footage using Final Cut Express. Students will leave with a DVD of their work to commemorate their time together. No expereience necessary! Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Chad Fair, US Broadcasting/Film Teacher Rising Grades 9 - 12 June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. $300 (Max. 10 students)

Come explore the amazing world of Fancy Nancy! Learn lots of fancy words, be an explorer extraordinaire, relax on spa day and practice your etiquette at a fancy tea party. Most of all, have lots of fun in a very fancy way! Barb Mitchell, LS Teacher Assistant & Kimberly Warr, LS Technology Teacher Rising Grades JK - 2 July 25 - 29 9 a.m. - Noon $145

JETTOY Challenge

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This exciting course offers all the fundamentals of this fastpaced sport. Through a variety of exercises, drills and games, students will learn the footwork and blade-work techniques used in modern fencing. Fencing is a martial art that develops quickness, discipline, fair play and confidence. The last day of camp will feature a practice tournament in which the students can test out their new swashbuckling skills. Students are asked to wear comfortable athletic clothing and proper athletic shoes.

A ficticious toy company, EarthToy Designs, needs our help! They need us to come up with designs for a new line of ballon-powered vehicles. We will build and test our machines to come up with the best design. At the end of the week, we will present our designs of the ultimate JETTOY and celebrate our success! Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Barb Mitchell, LS Teacher Assistant & Kimberly Warr, LS Technology Teacher Rising Grades 2 - 6 Aug. 1 - 5 1 - 4 p.m. $160

Karate

(White, Orange, Yellow, Yellow Stripe, Blue and Blue Stripe Belts) This class covers basic level kicks, blocks and strikes, as well as formal and informal techniques. On the last day of class, students test for their next belt level. The test will include their color belt, certificate and requirements for their next belt. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Sgt. Irwin Carmichael Rising Grades K - 5 June 20 - 24 1 - 4 p.m. $185 7


enrichment kids in the kitchen

Campers will learn how to prepare kid friendly recipes in the kitchen with Mrs. Diane Ketron. Campers will create a variety of dinner recipes as well learn how to make fun party appetizers. In addition to cooking campers will practice basic etiquette skills. Campers will also learn how to clean up after themselves in the kitchen. Each camper will leave with a kid-friendly recipe book and an apron.

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Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Diane Ketron, Fourth Grade Teacher Rising Grades 3 - 5 July 25 - 29 1 - 4 p.m. $150

lego mania

Come join Mr. Patrick Efird’s fun-filled week of Lego Mania. Throughout the week, campers will build creations of their own, as well as from a variety of popular themes such as Star Wars, Toy Story, and much more. Campers will also partake in Lego themed crafts and snacks. During the week, there will be an optional field trip to the Lego Education Center to partake in an official Lego class. Don’t miss out! Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Patrick Efird, MS Bible/Math Teacher Rising Grades 1 - 5 July 25 - 29 9 a.m. - Noon $150

let’s play games

Run like a rabbit. Leap high in the sky. Spin like a musical merry-go-around. What are you waiting for? Campers will enjoy a week of fun playing indoor and outdoor games that are healthy, happy, and full of hearty fun. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost: 8

Sarah Cline, Fourth Grade Teacher Rising Grades 3 - 5 June 27 - July 1 9 a.m. - Noon $150

let’s get painting

Have you ever looked at a painting and thought, “How did they do that?” Well now is your chance to find out. Come and join us as we dive deep into the world of painting. Each day campers will have the opportunity to experiment and explore with different types of paints as they create portraits, landscapes, and still art pieces. Whether your child is a rising first grader or a rising fifth grader this camp promises to be a week filled with fun, exploration, and creativity. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Jennifer Williams, LS Art Teacher Rising Grades 1 - 5 June 13 - 17 1 - 4 p.m. $165

look! look! i’m a book nook cook

Budding chefs will combine fun literature with cooking! It could be Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Chicken Soup With Rice or even If You Give a Cat a Cupcake! We’ll read, cook, explore the art of making a cookbook, and just have fun! Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Becca Edwards, Junior Kindergarten Teacher Rising Grades JK - 1 June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - Noon $145


enrichment It’s wonderful to play with clay! It feels good to touch and it’s fun to push and squeeze into different shapes. Campers will make anything and everything out of clay. Join Let’s Play with Clay and you can make pots, people, puppies, and parades. Maybe you would like to make a model circus, a zoo, or a supermarket. Campers will be encouraged to create shapes that model after something real or create something from their imagination. Campers will participate in projects such as Eskimo finger mask, elephant creation, and coil pot pottery to name a few. Come and join the fun as we cool off from the summer heat. Director: Age: Dates & Times: Cost:

Sarah Cline, Fourth Grade Teacher Rising Grades 3 - 5 June 13 - 17 • 9 a.m. - Noon July 18 - 22 • 1 - 4 p.m. $150

mathtastic

Watermelons, raisins and cereal are several of the handson materials that will be used for this Mathtastic Camp with lower school math teacher Mrs. Diane Ketron. This camp will review mathematical concepts for students grades 4 and 5. Campers will use a variety of hands-on materials to review basic computational skills, fractions, ratios, and problem solving. Campers will have fun whether they are brushing up on their mathematical skills or sharpening their skills for the upcoming school year. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Diane Ketron, Fourth Grade Teacher Rising Grades 3 - 5 July 25 - 29 9 a.m. - Noon $150

musical theatre

Take the stage during this exciting musical theatre camp! Sing solos, duets, and big group numbers with vocal director (Mindy Damon) and theatrical director (Chad Fair) taking you to new heights of performance. Camp concludes with a show for parents on Friday, June 10 at 2:30 p.m. If students are interested in performing specific pieces, music should be sent to Mindy Damon in the fine arts office. Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Mindy Damon & Chad Fair, Fine Arts Instructors Rising Grades 6 - 10 June 6 - 10 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. $300

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let’s play with clay

pony camp at Cat Nap Farm

Campers will learn the basics of horsemanship. In addition to learning to ride, campers will learn parts of the horse, breeds, colors, and different gaits. Campers will pick out a pony to take care of for the week and ride every day in a western saddle. Campers will also learn about caring for goats, sheep, bunnies, ducks and chickens. All activities take place outside. Please wear closed-toed shoes, bring an extra set of clothes, a riding helmet and lunch. Cat Nap Farm is approximately 25 minutes from Charlotte Christian School. The camp is located just south of Ballantyne. Campers will need to be dropped off and picked up by a parent or guardian each day of camp. Directions and address will be released upon camp confirmation. Director: Age: Dates: Time: Cost:

Mary Hayes, Owner of Cat Nap Farm Rising Grades 1 - 5 June 6 - 9 (4 day camp) July 18 - 21 (4 day camp) Aug. 1 - 4 (4 day camp) 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. $350 ($100 deposit with registration) (Max. 6 children per week)

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enrichment percussion

This is a unique opportunity to grow musically and form relationships while learning in a chamber music setting. We will explore a variety of repertoire for percussion instruments including snare drum fundamentals and battery percussion, mallets, timpani and drum set, among many others. Daily activities will include: instruction in all major areas of percussion performance; master class opportunities enhancing reading and technical skills; instrument demonstration; special topic discussions, and ensemble rehearsal.

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Kent Love: Kent Love received his BME from East Carolina and is currently in his 30th year as band director at Randolph IB Middle School. He is a professional member of MENC and teaches private percussion lessons. Along with his wife, Robin, Kent teaches marching percussion each summer for the East Mecklenburg High School Marching Eagles and the Red Devils of Newton-Conover. He performs with the Winthrop Carolinas Wind Orchestra and has traveled with them to Spain.

pottery formations

Explore the medium of clay during this marvelous, messy and creative pottery club. Young potters will pinch, coil, twirl, pound and mold their creations as they learn the basics of handbuilt pottery. Use the potter’s wheel to twirl up a plate, bowl and mug that you can actually use at your dinner table! Campers will also experiment with surface design. Every artist will leave with several unique masterpieces and a new appreciation for mud. Campers will also learn about firing their work in a kiln . . . new this summer: Raku firing on Friday. Please bring a smock or old shirt. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Katherine Condon, LS Parent/Potter Rising Grades 3 - 6 June 6 - 10 9 a.m. - Noon $185

power tools 101

Lea Mayers: Lealather Mayers, III, is the assistant director in charge of percussion at Providence High School and Forest Hills High School. He is currently the head of percussion for the Central Carolina Camp, a member of Percussive Arts Society, a member of the education team at Vic Firth drumsticks, the owner of Leathree, and founder of the indoor percussion ensemble COHESIVE. He also participates in the Old English Wind Ensemble.

Do you know when it is better to use a scroll saw vs. a jig saw? Or why you want to use a miter saw vs. a table saw? Or do you know why you should use a 60 tooth blade to cut a fine piece of wood? Come and join professional architect Ken Edwards as he teaches this hands on course that will give students and adults an opportunity to learn about and use several electric power tools to cut their way through the class. Each student will select a small project at sign up that they will build during the class. Some of the tools that may be used in the class are a scroll saw, jig saw, miter saw, table saw, router, belt sander, and a drill. The class will also include tool safety and care of tools.

Directors: Date: Time: Age: Cost:

Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Kent Love & Lea Mayers June 20 - 24 9 a.m. - Noon Rising Grades K - 5 $185

Ken Edwards, MS Parent Rising Grades 9 - Adult June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - Noon $185 (Min. 6 students)


enrichment Puppets are magicial little people. They can do or be whatever you want. Puppets can laugh, cry, jump or dance. They can be kings or queens or circus clowns. Without YOU, they are nothing. They sit in a lump lifeless little bits of cloth. It’s up to you, the puppeteer, to make your puppets come alive. Some puppets campers will make are paper puppets, hand puppets, glove puppets, sock marionettes and more. By joining in “Puppets and Plays,” campers will make the puppets and the stage on which they can act. They will write their own play or use one from the director, but in the end they are sure to shine. Performances will be recorded and campers will take home their own copy of your play. So come on! What are you waiting for? It’s fun! It’s magic! It’s the world of “Puppets and Plays!” Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Sarah Cline, Fourth Grade Teacher Rising Grades 3 - 5 June 20 - 24 9 a.m. - Noon or 1 - 4 p.m. $145

super splash

Come experience a week of fun swimming with certified swim instructor Karen Williams. Campers will focus on stroke technique and water safety skills throughout the week. Swim strokes will be integrated into a variety of fun swimming activities and games. There will be a field trip mid-week to Ray’s Splash Planet in Charlotte. Campers will need to bring a swim suit, towel and sunscreen to camp each day. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

sign language

Come and join us and learn another language this summer! You will have so much fun learning American Sign Language (ASL) while we use many different fun formats such as songs, games, interactive play and much more. We will explore our environment through ASL and learn the various signs for things we see every day. This is a basic program designed to introduce you to ASL. At the conclusion of this class, you will have learned the basics of a new language, you will have an American Sign Language vocabulary of more than 100 words and you will be able to share what you’ve learned with your friends and family. Come and let’s have fun learning another language together! Director: Age & Dates: Time: Cost:

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puppets & plays

Del Savage, Owner of Signing For You Rising Grades K - 2 • June 13 - 17 Rising Grades 3 - 5 • July 11 - 15 9 a.m. - Noon $165

theatre/improvisation

Have a blast exploring your theatrical side with friends during this exciting week of Theatre Improvisation Camp! We will be learning the basics of acting and improv, including improv songs. Parents will enjoy seeing their student’s creative abilities during the show, presented the last day of camp (Friday, June 17 at 11:30 a.m.). Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Mindy Damon, MS/US Choral Music & Drama Teacher Rising Grades 6 - 10 June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - Noon $200

Karen Williams, Fourth Grade Assistant Teacher Rising Grades K - 5 July 25 - 29 9 a.m. - Noon $150

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wedo robotics - lego education

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The LEGO Education WeDo robotics concept is a lego set that provides a taste of what robotics is all about. Campers will build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors, connect them to the computer, and use a simple programming tool to program behavior. Campers will work with a series of cross-curricular, theme-based activities and develop skills within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. At the end of the camp, they will take home the complete Robotics construction set, WeDo software, and activity pack to use again and again at home. A value of over $200. Products included (Camper supply kit): - LEGO Education WeDo Robotics Construction Set - LEGO Education WeDo Software v.1.2 - LEGO Education WeDo Activity Pack Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Barb Mitchell, LS Teacher Assistant & Kimberly Warr, LS Technology Teacher Rising Grades 3 - 6 July 18 - 22 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. $375

SOAR® study skills advantage

SOAR® Study Skills is a system that focuses on core, fundamental skills for school success. The strategies and concepts in the program efficiently apply across subject areas so just a few strategies will provide big results. This is the first program to acknowledge and incorporate the family into a study skills program. Other courses focus solely on the student, but we encourage active participation from all members of the family, which greatly increases the success of our student participants. The topics that will be covered are: • Time and task-management • Organizing at home and school • Goal-setting • Note-taking strategies • Paper organization • Test-taking strategies • Homework/project planning • Communication and effective skills • Reading skills • Writing strategies and much more! Director: Age & Date: Time: Cost:

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Rhonda Cox Rising Grades 4 - 5 • June 27 - July 1 Rising Grades 6 - 8 • July 11 - 15 Rising Grades 9 - 12 • July 25 - 29 9 a.m. - Noon $175


ymca Camp Harrison RESIDENT CAMP

Director: Denise Hammond, Camp Harrison Associate Executive Director; LS/MS Parent Age: Ages 7 - 16 Date: June 19 - 25 Time: Overnight Cost: $600

Director: Denise Hammond, Camp Harrison Associate Executive Director; LS/MS Parent Age: Ages 7 - 16 Date: June 19 - 25 Time: Overnight Cost: $600

Get out of the city and head to the North Carolina mountains to saddle up and experience life on a Dude Ranch. The skies are blue and the scenic views are breathtaking. You can see for miles as you hike, ride and explore more than 2,160 acres of woods, streams, and trails at Camp Harrison. Experiencing a dude ranch and farm is a dream come true. Everyone should get a chance to be a cowboy or cowgirl!

YMCA Camp Harrison at Herring Ridge is located on a spectacular tract of land in the Brushy Mountains of North Carolina located between Lenoir and North Wilkesboro just 90 minutes from Charlotte, N.C. There are 2,160 acres of woods, streams, and trails centered around a private, 140-acre Lake Broyhill.

Children can be themselves in the wide open spaces of Camp Harrison. There’s no television or video games to be found! Dude Ranch counselors will lead ranchers through busy days of horseback riding, working the farm, and experiencing life on a ranch.

Founded on the YMCA’s Christian values, Camp Harrison is positioned to give our campers an amazing summer experience whether it’s their first time away from home or they have been camping for years.

Campers experience swimming in our new pool and a variety of lake activities including: kayaking, canoeing, water zip line, waterskiing, the “Blob” and the “Wet Willie”. They also choose from over 21 land activities including: horseback riding, ropes course, sports and crafts. Our activities are designed to provide campers with an exciting and safe experience. American Camping Association (ACA) accredited and a 4:1 camper to counselor ratio promotes an environment that helps children grow in spirit, mind and body.

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ymca Camp Harrison DUDE RANCH adventure

A typical day on the Dude Ranch will start with work! Ranchers will feed animals, collect eggs from the hen house, and complete morning chores. Daily devotion will be held over a big breakfast. The rest of the day could feature horseback riding, trail exploration, goat pen fun, games, scavenger hunts, swimming, backpacking, picnicking, hay rides, bonfires and more. Ranchers will also get a chance to participate in crafts, games and some of Camp Harrison’s many outdoor activities and water sports throughout the week. Life on a farm is always exciting!

Go to www.campharrison.org to register and choose Charlotte Christian Summer Camp week. Campers will be divided into groups and cabins based on age. Transportation will be provided by Charlotte Christian for an additional fee of $40 round trip. Please submit the transportation form on page 25 to Charlotte Christian. Bus will depart from Charlotte Christian at 1 p.m. Departure information communicated after completed enrollment. Camp Harrison staff will chaperon a bus ride.

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eco camp

Nature lovers wanted! Observe animal wildlife, plant flowers, go on an insect hunt and investigate what owls eat for lunch. Learn ways to live green and visit the local source of your drinking water. Investigate the water source as you test it for pollution and search for signs of life. Age: Rising Grades 4 - 5 Date: June 20 - 24 Time: 9 a.m. - Noon Cost: $175

Running with Scissors Astronaut Academy

Trainees will prepare for spacewalks by learning to operate a space suit; test their engineering and problem-solving skills with design challenges; prepare for microgravity conditions; build and launch rockets; and design their own Mars base.

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Age: Rising Grades 2 - 3 Date: June 13 - 17 Time: 1 - 4 p.m. Cost: $175

Blast OFF!

Find out what it’s like to live and work in space. Train to become an astronaut by learning about the life of an astronaut in space, doing your daily exercises, and creating your own space gear. Experience the Starlab inflatable planetarium as you learn about the sun, the planets, the moon, and the great beyond that is our universe. Age: Rising Grades K - 1 Date: June 13 - 17 Time: 1 - 4 p.m Cost: $175

critter care takers

Become a critter caretaker at this wild camp. Discover what animals need to survive by working with some of the museum’s animal friends. Learn about how to approach an animal safely, when an animal may need your assistance, and what animals make good pets. Age: Rising Grades K - 1 Date: June 27 - July 1 Time: 9 a.m. - Noon Cost: $175

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Let’s get messy! Experience the crazy side of science when you ride the Jello slide, eat bugs and create slippery slime. Learn how to gross your friends out and have a wild food fight that will leave you wishing camp never ended. Bring a change of clothes each day, because you are going to get wet, sticky and icky! Age & Date: Rising Grades 2 - 3 • June 27 - July 1 Rising Grades 4 - 5 • July 18 - 22 Time: 9 a.m. - Noon Cost: $175

science smorgasbord

Learn the chemistry basics of cooking. Discover how microbes are used in cooking, the amazing properties of baking soda, and make your own masterpiece to share at home. Age: Rising Grades 2 - 3 Date: June 20 - 24 Time: 1 - 4 p.m. Cost: $175

Young Einsteins

Do explosive experiments and create slimy concoctions. Play with light and paint to create your own new and unique color. Age: Rising Grades K - 1 Date: June 20 - 24 Time: 9 a.m. - Noon Cost: $175

Camps are coordinated by Kathryn Thomas, Discovery Place Summer Camp Coordinator.


Launch Your Kid is all about making it fun to be a kid and learn new things. Our purpose is to teach fun first, skills second. We believe that the key to engaging children and keeping them engaged is all about fun. By focusing on fun first, we hope to foster a passion of lifelong learning. Camps are conducted by Launch Your Kid staff. Owner, Cherie Behrens.

Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Age 3 - Rising Grade 2* June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - Noon $150

Fit-n-Play is a fun and engaging way to introduce children to the benefits of healthy habits. Through creative warm-up stories, strength-building exercises, fun cardio games, stretching exercises, and health lessons, children will learn that being active is fun! Daily exercises include fun props, hula hoops, obstacle courses, balls, parachute play and more! Each day children will receive an activity sheet featuring “Fit” and “Play,” our energetic frog friends, to help illustrate those healthy lessons. Campers should wear athletic shoes and attire. Flip flops will not be permitted. Age: Date: Time: Cost:

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Come and explore the world of ballet and tap dance with our friends Daisy and Lilly! Each day dancers will learn dance technique, including ballet positions and terminology, and movement patterns. Dancers will participate in dance games and dramatic play exercises as well as a daily craft. This camp is an action-packed dancin’ good time with a sure to impress performance on the last day of camp! Campers should bring ballet and tap shoes each day. Campers can wear a t-shirt with shorts.

Age 3 - Rising Grade 2* June 20 - 24 9 a.m. - Noon $150

Encourage your budding musician with this fun interactive music camp! Singing, playing instruments and incorporating movement will give your little ones a creative introduction to classical music. Each day campers will make music, learn about music, and create a music craft. Parents are invited to join us for a family concert at the end of camp. Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Age 3 - Rising Grade 2* June 6 - 10 9 a.m. - Noon $150

*All campers must be fully potty trained.

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knights sports knights baseball

Come and experience a week of Charlotte Christian baseball with head baseball coach Greg Simmons and members of the Charlotte Christian baseball staff. Learn the fundamentals from present and former players who have played collegiately and professionally. Campers will receive excellent one-on-one teaching. Skills will be videotaped, and campers will be able to review their plays daily. The goal of the camp is to develop a love for America’s favorite past time. All skill levels and abilities are welcome. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Greg Simmons, Assistant Athletic Director and Varsity Baseball Head Coach 5 - 15 May 31 - June 3, June 6 - 10 June 13 - 17, June 27 - July 1 9 a.m. - Noon $165

cheerleading - basic fundamentals This week long program will feature cheers, chants, and a dance taught by Charlotte Christian School cheerleaders. Each cheerleader will receive a cheer booklet and make a hair ribbon. Please provide a daily snack and water bottle. On the last camp day, parents are invited to attend a rousing pep rally. Cheerleaders should wear shorts, camp T-shirt and tennis shoes. The goal of this program is to promote school spirit and to build selfconfidence. The course will also enhance the fundamental skills of cheerleading.

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Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Allycia Brown, Director of Intramural Cheerleading Rising Grades JK - 5 June 20 - 24 9 a.m. - Noon $150

cheerleading - bases & flyers knights football

Come and experience a week of Charlotte Christian football with 2008 state championship-winning head football coach Jason Estep and members of the Charlotte Christian football staff. The camp will cover all concepts of the game including: stance, starts, blocking, tackling, passing, receiving, punting, kicking and snapping. Have fun while learning to play from the coaches who know the game. This camp is appropriate for beginners and experienced players. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost: 16

Jason Estep, Varsity Football Head Coach and Strength & Conditioning Coach Rising Grades K - 6 June 6 - 10 9 a.m. - Noon $165

Whether you are new to the sport or currently cheering and want to develop your talent further, this is the cheerleading camp for you. Camp schedule will include instructional time for bases and flyers. Camp will also focus on stunt progressions, proper stance and technique, and stunt incorporation into cheer and dance routines. Cheerleaders will also work on jumps and go through a series of motion drills. Come for the fun, but expect a work out. There will be a performance at the end of camp week. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Allycia Brown, Director of Intramural Cheerleading Rising Grades 3 - 8 July 11 - 15 1 - 4 p.m. $150


knights sports Experience a week of basketball with Shonn Brown, head coach of the nationallyrecognized Charlotte Christian Knights. Coach Brown and his staff will teach the fundamentals of basketball through group instruction, team competition, daily contests and individual attention. They will be teaching defensive and offensive skills that will help campers gain more insight to the game of basketball. There will be daily devotions/ inspirational messages, outstanding guest speakers, contests, games, league play, prizes, and lowered baskets for the younger players. Campers receive a certificate of participation. Campers should bring a snack. Early camp drop off is at 8:30 a.m. Parents are encouraged to come early and warm up with their child. Director: Age: Date & Time: Cost:

Shonn Brown, Varsity Men’s Basketball Head Coach Rising Grades 2 - 8 June 6 - 10 • 1 - 4 p.m. July 11 - 15 • 9 a.m. - Noon (Early drop off 8:30 a.m.)

Aug. 1 - 5 • 9 a.m. - Noon (Early drop off 8:30 a.m.)

$165

mini dribblers Basketball

This is an opportunity to learn basic fundamentals of the game. Girls and boys ages 4 - 6 will have a great time learning tips on basketball from Coach Shonn Brown. Dribbling, shooting and passing will be taught to the young campers. Campers will receive a certificate of participation. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Shonn Brown, Varsity Men’s Basketball Head Coach Rising Grades JK - 1 June 6 - 9 (4 day camp) 9 - 11 a.m. $110

junior lady knights BASKETBALL

Charlotte Christian basketball coaches will teach advanced training in the fundamentals of basketball. Emphasis will be placed on advanced individual skill development and increasing advanced understanding of the various strategies and concepts of basketball within game situations. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Milton Carter, Varsity Ladies’ Basketball Head Coach Rising Grades 2 - 5 June 20 - 24, July 18 - 22 9 a.m. - Noon $165

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Knights Basketball (Boys & Girls)

lady ballers BASKETBALL

The camp staff will include college players and Charlotte Christian coaches. Outstanding guest speakers will share insights into the game of basketball throughout the week. There will be daily instruction in the fundamentals of basketball including: shooting, ballhandling, passing, offensive skills and defensive fundamentals. The schedule will also include team competition and individual basketball contests. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Milton Carter Varsity Ladies’ Basketball Head Coach Rising Grades 6 - 9 June 20 - 24, July 18 - 22 1 - 4 p.m. $165 17


knights sports Junior Golf Camps

Students will be grouped by their ability and age. For more information please visit www.cadillacgolfranch.com.

Let’s have some Fun with Golf

Let’s get serious about Golf!

This is an introductory to the great game of golf. This program will be for those just starting out learning the game. We will cover the basics and build a good foundation for playing the game of a lifetime. Kids will receive a cap and refreshments along with their time learning the game. Players will meet at Cadillac Golf Ranch.

This program is for players that have played in competition, on their school teams, and are starting to get a little more serious about their game. Kids will receive a cap and refreshments along with their time learning the game. Players will meet at Cadillac Golf Ranch.

Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

(For kids of all ages that are just starting the game.)

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Mike Nedrow, PGA Member 5 - 15 June 13-16 (4 day camp) July 11-14 (4 day camp) 9 a.m. - Noon $175

(For kids that have played in some competition and want to learn how to play better in those situations.)

Mike Nedrow, PGA Member 5 - 15 June 27-30 (4 day camp) July 25-28 (4 day camp) 9 a.m. - Noon $175

Taking it up a Notch golf Camp!

(For kids that have played and had some instruction but want to get better.) This is our middle school for golf. This program will refine your golfing skills and take you to the next level. We will reinforce the basics and start building on the foundation that has been started and learn some of the finer points of the game. Kids will receive a cap and refreshments along with their time learning the game. Players will meet at Cadillac Golf Ranch. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

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Mike Nedrow, PGA Member 5 - 15 June 20-23 (4 day camp) July 18-21 (4 day camp) 9 a.m. - Noon $175

lacrosse

This camp is designed to teach beginner lacrosse skills, rules and strategies. We will cover catching, throwing, shooting, passing and more. This camp is for anyone looking to learn more about the game of lacrosse or further develop lacrosse skills and especially for those looking to be a part of the lacrosse program coming to the middle school at Charlotte Christian in spring 2012. Campers will need to provide their own pads for the camp. Director: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Karl Simon, MS Asst. Principal Rising Grades 6 - 8 June 6 - 10 9 a.m. - Noon $165 (Min. 10 students)


knights sports swim

Directors: Age: Date: Time: Cost:

Nadja Sefcik-Earl & Brian Coffey, Aquatics Instructors Rising Grades K - 8 June 13 - 17 July 11 - 15 1 - 4 p.m. $175 (Swim only) $250 (Swim & Tennis)

tennis

This camp is designed to teach children how to enjoy tennis. Whether the student is a beginner or an accomplished player, this camp will build their confidence and enhance their skills. Director: Cost:

Joe Figard, Tennis Coach $175 (Tennis only) $250 (Swim & Tennis)

Age: Date & Time: Age: Date & Time:

Rising Grades K - 5 June 13 - 17 9 a.m. - Noon July 11 - 15 9 a.m. - Noon Rising Grades 6 - 8 June 13 - 17 1 - 4 p.m.

wrestling

Camp will include three hours each day of technique training, conditioning, and live wrestling with nationally and internationally recognized clinicians Tony Davis and Adem Kaya using the: “Shoot First, Shoot Fast” System as well many unique international and national techniques from Champions Wrestling School. Director: Date: Age & Time: Cost:

Vince Sardo, Varsity Wrestling Coach July 25 - 29 Rising Grades 6 - 12 9 a.m. - Noon Rising Grades K - 5 1 - 4 p.m. $165

Soccer skills

Want to work on improving your soccer skills this summer? Come and join Coach Joseph Connor, professional soccer player for the Charlotte Eagles and varsity soccer coach for Charlotte Christian Knights, in lower and middle school soccer clinics. Sessions will focus on skills, drills, footwork, passing, and dribbling in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Campers will participate in scrimmages each day of camp. Camp will be held outdoors. Please have campers dress according to the weather. All campers are required to wear athletic shoes or cleats and shin guards. Director: Cost:

Joseph Connor, LS P.E. Teacher and Soccer Coach $150

Age: Date: Time:

Rising Grades 6 - 8 June 20 - 23 (4 day camp) 9 a.m. - Noon

Age: Date & Time:

Rising Grades JK - 5 June 6 - 9 (4 day camp) • 1 - 4 p.m. July 11 - 14 (4 day camp) • 9 a.m. - Noon July 18 - 22 (4 day camp) • 9 a.m. - Noon

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The swimming skills of campers will be assessed by certified swimming instructors. Each child will receive instruction in a small group setting, working at their appropriate level to improve swimming skills. Time for pool games and free swim will be provided. In case of bad weather, instructional time will be spent with an art/craft project.

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super summer day camp My Big Backyard Adventure What will you do this summer? If you are asking yourself this question then a fun-filled answer is awaiting you here at Charlotte Christian’s Super Summer Day Camp. Campers will enjoy different activities each week developed around the theme “My Big Backyard Adventure.” Campers will enjoy making crafts, swimming, special field trips, basketball, tennis and playground time. There will be dress up days, treasure hunts, soccer games and a bike paraded to celebrate America. Campers will also enjoy nature hikes and making their own kites. There will also be a water fun week, cooking and the list goes on... Campers will take weekly field trips to local attractions each week. Transportation will be provided by Charlotte Christian School buses. Camp is offered in a full day or half day format. Campers should bring a snack and water bottle everyday. Director:

Kim Marco, Director of Extended Day

Age:

Rising Grades JK - 3

Dates: Tentative Field Trip Schedule June 6 - 10 Monkey Joes June 13 - 17 Carolina Lanes June 20 - 24 Ray’s Splash Planet June 27-July 1 Imaginon July 11 - 15 Kate’s Skate July 18 - 22 Chuck E Cheese July 25 - 29 Ray’s Splash Planet August 1 - 5 Monkey Joes Time:

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Cost:

Half day: 9 a.m. - Noon or 1 - 4 p.m. • $185 Full day: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. • $260

Camp fee includes cost of the field trip.

Campers signing up for the entire seven weeks (full day only) will receive a 25% discount. Balance must be paid in full. *All field trips subject to change.

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2011 summer camp registration form Please mail the completed form and a check to:

Charlotte Christian School • Attn: Summer Camp • 7301 Sardis Road • Charlotte, NC 28270 To register online go to www.charlottechristian.com.

First

Middle

Date of Birth

Address

City

State

Parent’s Name

Home Phone

Emergency Phone

Preferred E-mail

Applicant’s School

Grade Entering Fall of 2011

Hospital Preference

Cell or Work Phone Number

Zip

emergency medical information

Physician’s Name

Physician’s Phone Number

Insurance Company

Policy Number

Local Emergency Contact (Other Than Parent)

Home Phone Number

registration form

Last

Please list any special medical conditions of which the school should be aware. (ex. known allergies)

field trip/transportation form I hereby give permission to Charlotte Christian School to provide transportation to the Swim and Tennis Center pool and summer camp field trips. I hereby agree to hold the school harmless in case of accident or injury to my child. I understand that, in case of medical emergency, every effort will be made to contact me. If the school personnel are unable to contact me, or if time is of the essence, I give permission for emergency medical treatment and agree to assume any costs involved in such treatment. The school and its personnel, for its part, agree to act in a prudent, reasonable and responsible manner in all cases, acting in “loco parentis” and to take all reasonable and prudent care.

______ Parent/Guardian Initials

waiver The following MUST BE SIGNED by parent/guardian of ALL REGISTRANTS in order to participate in ANY program or course. In the event that my child needs medical attention, I authorize the school and give my consent to the school to provide such service and/or to transport my child to a hospital or treatment facility. I hereby certify my child is in good health and may participate in all activities. The parent’s signature below indicates the agreement of the parent and the student to abide by the summer school policy on the inside back cover. All camps are non-refundable within one week of the start of the camp, unless the school cancels a course.

Parent’s Signature

Date

(over)

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Camps Campers should bring a snack and a water bottle to camp every day. Each camper will receive one Expanding Your Horizons Summer Camp T-shirt. Below are the sizes available. Youth: Small, Medium, Large • Adult: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large Camp

Date

T-shirt Size:

Cost

Total due for camps:

registration form

Extended Care Lunch care is located in the Flenniken Dining Hall. Camper must bring a bag lunch. Dates

Lunch Care* Noon - 1 p.m.

Extended Care 4 - 6 p.m.

June 6 - 10

$50

$55

June 13 - 17

$50

$55

June 20 - 24

$50

$55

June 27 - July 1

$50

$55

July 11 - 15

$50

$55

July 18 - 22

$50

$55

July 25 - 29

$50

$55

August 1 - 5

$50

$55

Weekly Fee

* No charge for full day campers or campers attending the afternoon sessions. Early Care: Provided on a needed basis. Must be pre-registered for planning purchases. For more information please contact Allycia Brown at allycia.brown@charchrist.com or (704) 366-5657 ext. 2003.

Total due for extended care

Subtotal Early Bird Registration Fee (by May 16): $25 Registration Fee (after May 16): $35 Total

NOTE: Registration must be completed by Monday, May 16 in order to adequately staff the camp and maintain a fun and safe environment for all. Enrollment in any camp/course requires a one-time per child $25 non-refundable deposit that is in addition to the camp fee. A $10 fee is accessed for any changes. The camp fee is due one week prior to the first day of camp. All camps are non-refundable within one week of the start of the camp, unless the school cancels a course. Charlotte Christian School reserves the right to combine appropriate classes based on enrollment. All checks should be made payable to Charlotte Christian Summer Camps. 22


2011 summer camp registration form Please mail the completed form and a check to:

Charlotte Christian School • Attn: Summer Camp • 7301 Sardis Road • Charlotte, NC 28270 To register online go to www.charlottechristian.com.

First

Middle

Date of Birth

Address

City

State

Parent’s Name

Home Phone

Emergency Phone

Preferred E-mail

Applicant’s School

Grade Entering Fall of 2011

Hospital Preference

Cell or Work Phone Number

Zip

emergency medical information

Physician’s Name

Physician’s Phone Number

Insurance Company

Policy Number

Local Emergency Contact (Other Than Parent)

Home Phone Number

registration form

Last

Please list any special medical conditions of which the school should be aware. (ex. known allergies)

field trip/transportation form I hereby give permission to Charlotte Christian School to provide transportation to the Swim and Tennis Center pool and summer camp field trips. I hereby agree to hold the school harmless in case of accident or injury to my child. I understand that, in case of medical emergency, every effort will be made to contact me. If the school personnel are unable to contact me, or if time is of the essence, I give permission for emergency medical treatment and agree to assume any costs involved in such treatment. The school and its personnel, for its part, agree to act in a prudent, reasonable and responsible manner in all cases, acting in “loco parentis” and to take all reasonable and prudent care.

______ Parent/Guardian Initials

waiver The following MUST BE SIGNED by parent/guardian of ALL REGISTRANTS in order to participate in ANY program or course. In the event that my child needs medical attention, I authorize the school and give my consent to the school to provide such service and/or to transport my child to a hospital or treatment facility. I hereby certify my child is in good health and may participate in all activities. The parent’s signature below indicates the agreement of the parent and the student to abide by the summer school policy on the inside back cover. All camps are non-refundable within one week of the start of the camp, unless the school cancels a course.

Parent’s Signature

Date

(over)

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Camps Campers should bring a snack and a water bottle to camp every day. Each camper will receive one Expanding Your Horizons Summer Camp T-shirt. Below are the sizes available. Youth: Small, Medium, Large • Adult: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large Camp

Date

T-shirt Size:

Cost

Total due for camps:

registration form

Extended Care Lunch care is located in the Flenniken Dining Hall. Camper must bring a bag lunch. Dates

Lunch Care* Noon - 1 p.m.

Extended Care 4 - 6 p.m.

June 6 - 10

$50

$55

June 13 - 17

$50

$55

June 20 - 24

$50

$55

June 27 - July 1

$50

$55

July 11 - 15

$50

$55

July 18 - 22

$50

$55

July 25 - 29

$50

$55

August 1 - 5

$50

$55

Weekly Fee

* No charge for full day campers or campers attending the afternoon sessions. Early Care: Provided on a needed basis. Must be pre-registered for planning purchases. For more information please contact Allycia Brown at allycia.brown@charchrist.com or (704) 366-5657 ext. 2003.

Total due for extended care

Subtotal Early Bird Registration Fee (by May 16): $25 Registration Fee (after May 16): $35 Total

NOTE: Registration must be completed by Monday, May 16 in order to adequately staff the camp and maintain a fun and safe environment for all. Enrollment in any camp/course requires a one-time per child $25 non-refundable deposit that is in addition to the camp fee. A $10 fee is accessed for any changes. The camp fee is due one week prior to the first day of camp. All camps are non-refundable within one week of the start of the camp, unless the school cancels a course. Charlotte Christian School reserves the right to combine appropriate classes based on enrollment. All checks should be made payable to Charlotte Christian Summer Camps. 24


2011 YMCA Camp Harrison transportation form Please mail the completed form and a $40 check to:

Charlotte Christian School • Attn: Summer Camp/YMCA Camp Harrison Transportation • 7301 Sardis Road • Charlotte, NC 28270 To register online go to www.campharrison.org.

First

Middle

Date of Birth

Address

City

State

Parent’s Name

Home Phone

Emergency Phone

Preferred E-mail

Applicant’s School

Grade Entering Fall of 2011

Hospital Preference

Cell or Work Phone Number

Zip

emergency medical information

Physician’s Name

Physician’s Phone Number

Insurance Company

Policy Number

Local Emergency Contact (Other Than Parent)

Home Phone Number

transportation form

Last

Please list any special medical conditions of which the school should be aware. (ex. known allergies)

YMCA Camp Harrison Dude Ranch Adventure & Resident Camp transportation form I hereby give permission to Charlotte Christian School to provide transportation from the Charlotte Christian School campus to YMCA Camp Harrison. I hereby agree to hold the school harmless in case of accident or injury to my child. I understand that, in case of medical emergency, every effort will be made to contact me. If the school personnel are unable to contact me, or if time is of the essence, I give permission for emergency medical treatment and agree to assume any costs involved in such treatment. The school and its personnel, for its part, agree to act in a prudent, reasonable and responsible manner in all cases, acting in “loco parentis” and to take all reasonable and prudent care.

______ Parent/Guardian Initials

waiver The following MUST BE SIGNED by parent/guardian of ALL REGISTRANTS in order to participate in ANY program or course. In the event that my child needs medical attention, I authorize the school and give my consent to the school to provide such service and/or to transport my child to a hospital or treatment facility. I hereby certify my child is in good health and may participate in all activities. The parent’s signature below indicates the agreement of the parent and the student to abide by the summer school policy on the inside back cover. All camps are non-refundable within one week of the start of the camp, unless the school cancels a course.

Parent’s Signature

Date 25


Mission Statement Charlotte Christian School is a Christ-centered, college preparatory school, equipping and developing students to effectively integrate Biblical truth and learning into their daily lives and to impact the culture for Christ. 7301 Sardis Road Charlotte, NC 28270 (704) 366-5657 www.charlottechristian.com


2011 summer camp brochure