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• Summer Quest has been offering camps to the community for over 30 years! • Collegiate Summer Quest offers over 100 different programs for pre-schoolers through adults. • For the past seven years, over 50% of Summer Quest campers have been non-Collegiate students each year. • Summer Quest has enrolled over 1,200 campers for each of the past eight years with record enrollment as high as almost 1,600 campers! • Collegiate School has a newly completed Robins Campus with state-of-the-art athletic fields and facilities. Please take a look at the facilities pages in the back of the brochure to see what our campuses have to offer. • Summer Quest offers Extended Care options most weeks so campers have the opportunity to spend the entire day at Collegiate. • The majority of our camps are run by our very own Collegiate faculty and staff.

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Collegiate Summer Quest 2011! Summer Quest is all about providing opportunities for kids of all ages to have fun, learn and be challenged over the summer months. Our beautiful campuses provide the perfect setting for a wide variety of programs ranging from academics, arts, and enrichment to sports and much more! With over 30 years experience, Summer Quest knows what it takes to create summer memories that will last a lifetime. Many camps fill to their maximum enrollment; so register early to reserve a space! The Summer Quest Office is located in room 102 & 103 in Nunnally Hall on the Lower School Campus. During the summer months, the Summer Quest office will be located in room 123 in the Watt Library Technology Building on the Lower School Campus. Summer Quest office hours are 8:00 am – 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday. Collegiate School will be closed on Monday, July 4th. Keith Evans Head of School Beth Kondorossy Director of Summer Quest Andrew Stanley Director of Summer Quest Sports Camps (804) 741-9714 (804) 740-7077 ext. 1223 summerquest@collegiate-va.org www.collegiate-va.org and click on “Summer”


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Table of Contents Camp Calendar by Week...............................................2 Academics/Enrichment Upper School...................................................................5 Middle School ................................................................7 Lower School ...............................................................12 Cubs...............................................................................20 Arts.......................................................................................22 (Music, Dance, Art and Drama) Extended Care.................................................................30 Cougar Care......................................................................31 Sports..................................................................................32 (All-Sports, Baseball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball and Wrestling) Adult Programs...............................................................42 Facilities.............................................................................44 Summer Quest Information......................................46 Registration Form..........................................................47 Directions/Maps................................... Inside Back Cover

For the most updated Summer Quest information,visit www.collegiate-va.org and click on Summer! Online information includes: • Registration information including a registration form that can be downloaded and printed • Frequently asked questions • Specific camp information, including camp locations • Inclement weather plans for outdoor camps • What to bring … and much more! 1


Summer Quest Calendar By Week • 2011 JUNE 13–17 Academics/Enrichment Fit and Fun Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Morning: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Afternoon: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Full: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Page 7, 15 Virginia Outside: Mountain Biking I Ages 8 – 13 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Page 11, 19 Discover Richmond: The Junior Version Rising 1st – Rising 2nd Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 13 Discover the Flying Squirrels! Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders (Thursday, June 16th) 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm Page 14

Extended Care Extended Care I Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Various weekly options Page 30

Sports Youth Cougar Baseball I Rising K – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 11:00 am Page 32 Girls’ Beginner/Intermediate Basketball Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 33 Golf (Coed) Rising 4th – Rising 8th Graders (Monday – Thursday) 8:30 am – 10:30 am (8:30 am – 12:30 pm Wed.) Page 35 Boys’ Youth Lacrosse Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 36 Boys’ Lacrosse Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Page 36 Girls’ Youth Lacrosse Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Page 38

Girls’ Lacrosse Rising 5th – Rising 10th Graders 9:00 am – 11:00 am Page 38

Dance Fusion: Level I Rising K – Rising 2nd Graders 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Page 25

JUNE 27–JULY 1

Adult

Dance Fusion: Level III Rising 6th – Rising 8th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 25

Digital Photography and Web Design 101 Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 7, 13

Kick Start (For Adults) June 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 & 29 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Page 42

Watercolor Magic Rising 2nd – Rising 7th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 28

JUNE 20–24

Vehicle Drawing: Planes, Trains, Automobiles and More! Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 28

Academics/Enrichment Driver’s Education – Classroom Rising 9th – Rising 12th Graders (June 20 – July 1) 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Page 6

Summer Quest Cubs Cubs I 3 year olds – Rising 4th Graders 3 and 4 year olds: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Rising K – Rising 4th Graders: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Page 20

Our World is a Global Village Rising 2nd – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Page 9, 18 Study Skills Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders (June 20 – July 15) 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Page 10

Extended Care Extended Care II Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Various weekly options Page 30

Robotics for Beginners Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 10

Sports

Chinese Culture & Language Immersion Rising 1st – Rising 3rd Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 12

Youth Basketball (Coed) Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 33

Food, Fun and Finesse I Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 14

Baseball Skill Development Rising 5th – Rising 12th Graders 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Page 33

Give Yourself a Hand! Rising Kindergarteners 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 15

Girls’ Advanced Basketball Rising 5th – Rising 9th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 34

Hooked on Books I Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders (June 20 – July 1) 8:30 am – 2:30 pm Page 15

Girls’ Youth Field Hockey Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders (Monday – Thursday) 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm Page 34

Overnight at Collegiate Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders (June 24 – June 25) Fri. 6:30 pm – Sat. 8:00 am Page 18

Girls’ Field Hockey Rising 6th – Rising 10th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 35 Onyx Boys’ Lacrosse Rising 4th – Rising 12th Graders 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Page 36

Arts Adventures in Drumming Rising 5th – Rising 12th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 22

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Making Memories and More – Scrapbooking Rising 2nd – Rising 8th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 9, 17 Outdoor Adventure Camp I Rising 3rd – Rising 8th Graders 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm Page 9, 18 Chinese Culture and Language Immersion Rising 4th – Rising 5th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 12 It’s My Party! Rising K – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 16 LEGO Maniacs! I Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 17 Scientists in Action! Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 18

Summer Quest Cubs Cubs II 3 year olds – Rising 4th Graders 3 and 4 year olds: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Rising K – Rising 4th Graders: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Page 20

Arts Guitar for Beginners I Ages 10 – 16 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 23 Rock Band Camp I Ages 12 – 17 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Page 24 Drawing in Pastels Rising 2nd – Rising 7th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 27


www.collegiate-va.org Summer Quest Cubs

Discover Richmond... and Beyond! Rising 2nd – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Page 13

Cubs III 3 year olds – Rising 4th Graders 3 and 4 year olds: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Rising K – Rising 4th Graders: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Page 20

Justice Karate American Shotokan I Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 16 Mighty Mathematicians Rising 1st Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 18

Extended Care

Arts

Extended Care III Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Various weekly options Page 30

Let’s Create A Show! Ages 9 – 14 (July 5 – July 15) 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 29

Cougar Care Cougar Care I 16 months – 35 months Morning: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Afternoon Extended Care: 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm Full: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Page 31

Sports THE ROCK Advanced Basketball Camp (Coed) Rising 4th – Rising 12th Graders 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (until 12:00 pm on Friday) Page 34 Riddell Flag Football I Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Page 35 Summer Youth Soccer (Coed) Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders 8:30 am – 3:00 pm (until 1:00 pm on Friday) Page 39

JULY 5–8 Collegiate Summer Quest is closed on Monday, July 4th.

Academics/Enrichment 20th Century History Rising 10th – Rising 12th Graders (July 5 – July 29) 8:00 am – 12:30 pm Page 5

Arts

Richmond Kickers Goalkeeping (Coed) Ages 8 – 18 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 39

Musical Storytelling I Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 23

Girls’ Beginner/Intermediate Volleyball Rising 4th – Rising 9th Graders 9:00 am – 11:00 am Page 41

Guitar for Beginners II Ages 10 – 16 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 23 Rock Band Camp II Ages 12 – 17 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Page 24

Adult

Dance Fusion: Level II Rising 3rd – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 25

Kick Start (For Adults) July 5, 7, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25 & 27 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Page 42

Art of the Sea: Multi-Media Drawing Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 26

JULY 11–15 Academics/Enrichment

Creating Comic Strips Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Page 27

Virginia Fishing Adventures Camp Ages 9 – 14 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Page 11

Extended Care

French Immersion I Ages 5 – 7 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 14

Extended Care IV Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Various weekly options Page 30

Hooked on Books II Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders (July 11 – July 22) 8:30 am – 2:30 pm Page 15

Cougar Care Cougar Care II 16 months – 35 months Morning: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Afternoon Extended Care: 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm Full: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Page 31

Justice Karate American Shotokan II Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 16

Sports

LEGO Maniacs! II Rising K – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 17

Youth Cougar Baseball II Rising K – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 11:00 am Page 32 Boys’ Middle School Basketball Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 34

Outdoor Adventure Camp II Rising 3rd – Rising 8th Graders 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm Page 9, 18

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Richmond Kickers Goal Scoring (Coed) Ages 8 – 18 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 39

Adult Mindful Living (For Adults) Monday – Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Page 43

JULY 18–22 Academics/Enrichment Advanced LEGO Engineering Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders 1:00 am – 4:00 pm Page 7, 12 Justice Karate American Shotokan Rising 3rd – Rising 6th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 8, 17 Food, Fun and Finesse II Rising 1st – 4th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 14 French Immersion II Ages 5 – 7 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 14 Math Facts and Fun! Rising 2nd – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 17

Arts Flowers, Fashion and Fluffy Animals: Multi-Media Drawing Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 27 Pirate Adventures: Drawing and Cartooning Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 28


Summer Quest Calendar By Week • 2011 Acting on Film I Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 29

JULY 25–29

Film Editing and Production I Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Page 29

Mental Toughness Training – Sports Psychology Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 6, 8

Summer Quest Cubs Cubs IV 3 year olds – Rising 4th Graders 3 and 4 year olds: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Rising K – Rising 4th Graders: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Page 20

Extended Care Extended Care V Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Various weekly options Page 30

Cougar Care Cougar Care III 16 months – 35 months Morning: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Afternoon Extended Care: 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm Full: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Page 31

Sports Youth All-Sports I (Coed) Rising K – Rising 2nd Graders 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Page 32 Intermediate All-Sports I (Coed) Rising 3rd – Rising 8th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 32 Elite Hitting – Baseball Rising 6th – Rising 12th Graders 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Page 33 Girls’ Youth Softball Rising K – Rising 4th Graders 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Page 39 Intermediate/Advanced Tennis (Coed) Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Page 40 Girls’ Intermediate/Advanced Volleyball Rising 8th – Rising 12th Graders 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm Page 41

Go Green in 2D and Felt and Paper Puppetry Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 26

Academics/Enrichment

Acting on Film II Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 29

Robotics 101 Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 10

Film Editing and Production II Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Page 29

Classic Authors… Dr. Seuss and more! Rising K – Rising 3rd Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 13

Extended Care Extended Care VI Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Various weekly options Page 30

Mega Math Mania! Rising 2nd – Rising 4th Graders 8:30 am – 2:30 pm Page 17

Cougar Care Cougar Care IV 16 months – 4 1/2 years Morning: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Afternoon Extended Care: 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm Full: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Page 31

Summer Spanish Immersion Rising 2nd – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Page 19 Thinking “Outside the Box” Rising 3rd – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 19

Sports

Youth All-Sports II (Coed) Virginia Fishing Adventures Camp Rising K – Rising 2nd Graders Ages 6 – 8 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm 9:30 am – 2:30 pm Page 32 Page 19 Intermediate All-Sports II (Coed) Arts Rising 3rd – Rising 8th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm All the World’s a Song! Page 32 The Virginia Choir Camp Riddell Flag Football II Ages 7 – 15 Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Page 22 Page 35 Musical Storytelling II Girls’ Softball Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders Rising 5th – Rising 12th Graders 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Page 23 Page 40 You Gotta Have Harp! Youth Tennis American Youth Harp Ensemble (Coed) Ages 7 – 12 Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm 9:00 am – 11:00 am Page 24 Page 40 Dance Fusion: Level IV Beginner/Intermediate Tennis II Rising 9th – 12th Graders (Coed) 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders Page 25 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Go Green in 3D and Page 40 Paper Making and Basketry Adult Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm How To Be A Great Sports Parent Page 26 (For Adults) Wednesday, July 27 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Page 42

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AUGUST 1–5 Academics/Enrichment MATCH Chess Camp Rising K – Rising 8th Graders Morning: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Full: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Page 8, 17 The Great Outdoors… and Inside Adventures Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Morning: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Afternoon: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Full: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Page 10, 16 Virginia Outside: Mountain Biking II Ages 8 – 13 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Page 11, 19

Extended Care Extended Care VII Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Various weekly options Page 30

Cougar Care Cougar Care V 16 months – 4 1/2 year olds Morning: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Page 31

Sports Geronimo Boys’ Youth Lacrosse Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Page 37 The Next Step: Geronimo Boys’ Lacrosse Rising 5th – Rising 10th Graders 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Page 37 Geronimo Girls’ Lacrosse Rising 5th – Rising 10th Graders 9:00 am – 11:00 am Page 38 MatCats Youth Wrestling Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Page 41

Adult Kick Start (For Adults) August 1 & 3 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Page 42


Academics/Enrichment

Academics – Upper School Upper School courses completed by Collegiate Middle School students may be taken for advancement, but will not be credited toward graduation requirements or used in the calculation of a student’s GPA. However, these courses will be recorded on the student’s transcript. All classes meet Monday through Friday, unless otherwise noted. A student who misses 2 or more classes in a 4 week-long Summer Quest academic course may typically not receive academic credit for that course.

Half Credit Class 20th Century History Brian Justice Rising 10th – Rising 12th Graders July 5 – July 29 • 8:00 am – 12:30 pm Monday – Friday (No class on Monday, July 4th) $915 (students will use the 9th grade text, The Heritage of World Civilizations) This is a required course for 10th graders at Collegiate. Modern World History 9 is a prerequisite for taking this class. This course includes the study of World War I, World War II, the rise of Communism, the rise of Fascism, the Holocaust, the Cold War, Decolonization, the Vietnam War, Watergate, the Reagan Revolution, and present-day China’s impact on the world. This course encourages student participation in a lecture style format. In addition, students will research and write a term paper on an approved topic. Brian Justice began teaching in 1992, and he has taught religion and history at Collegiate School since 1996. He has taught and coached with Summer Quest since 1996. For more information, contact the Summer Quest office at summerquest@collegiate-va.org. 5

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Enrichment Courses – Upper School Driver’s Education – Classroom Instruction Mike Bolt Rising 9th – Rising 12th Graders June 20 – July 1 • 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Monday – Friday $275 Classroom instruction is a key part of securing a driver’s license. Taking this class in the summer frees up time in the fall for other pursuits. This Driver’s Education course completes the classroom requirement needed by a student to obtain a Driver’s Permit in Virginia. Mike Bolt is a Certified Driving Instructor with over 30 years of teaching experience. He has taught with Summer Quest since 1990. For more information, contact Mike Bolt at mbolt@collegiate-va.org.

Mental Toughness Training: Sports Psychology for Peak Performance Dana Blackmer, Ph.D. Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday $225 Coaches and athletes of every sport know it: To play at your peak, you have to be in shape physically and mentally. In this course you will create an individually tailored practical mental toughness plan to harness your mind to compete in your sport at your best. These tools will help build your confidence, sharpen your focus, strengthen your motivation and manage your emotions. Learn effective mental tools for performance-enhancement like self-awareness of peak performance states, selftalk and thought control strategies, intensity regulation techniques, imagery and concentration control. Participants will also create a mental preparation plan that they can use before and during competitions to achieve and maintain their peak mental state. Richmond sport psychologist Dana Blackmer, Ph.D. is the founder and owner of The Extra Gear. He is a member of the American Psychological Association’s division of exercise and sport psychology and the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. In addition to being an avid cyclist, Dana is a certified USA Cycling coach. He has coached teenage and adult amateur and professional athletes across the United States. For more information, contact Dr. Dana Blackmer at dana@theextragear.com or visit www.theextragear.com.

“My son was very happy with his camp experie nce and has requested to retu rn in 2011! I can’t say enoug h nice things about the camp s taff and Collegiate overall .”

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Enrichment Courses – Middle School Some Summer Quest enrichment programs can be combined with Extended Care; please see page 30 for more information.

Advanced LEGO Engineering

travel in a Collegiate bus for trips to the Robins Campus for bike riding while grades K-2 will bike around the Mooreland Campus. Both groups will also learn about bike safety and maintenance, and trips will be taken to a local pool to cool off and play water games. Climb on the rock wall, stretch your muscles with yoga, and enjoy general fitness activities. Take a break from all the exercising to create a themed art project and enjoy a healthy snack. AFTERNOON ACTIVITIES: If you can’t make it for the morning, then join us for a week of playing all your favorite ball games. Pass, shoot, and score while getting fit and working on new skills. Campers will be working on improving eye hand coordination as well as communication in a team setting. Your child will be spending the afternoon playing games using footballs, basketballs, tennis balls, and more! Campers should wear closed toe shoes for both the morning and afternoon activities. Lee Burfeind has worked for Collegiate School’s summer camp program since 2000 and Collegiate’s afterschool program since 1997. She also works as a substitute in the Collegiate Lower School. In her free time, Lee enjoys gardening and baking. Blair Etheridge has been working for Collegiate summer camps for four years. After graduating from James Madison University with a degree in Media Arts and Design, Blair now works as a Collegiate Cougar Quest counselor and substitutes in the Collegiate Lower School. Neil Etheridge has been a counselor with Cougar Quest since 2005. He is a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in Accounting. Neil enjoys coaching sports, teaching robotics, and being outdoors. For more information, contact Lee Burfeind at lburfeind@collegiate-va.org.

Neil Etheridge Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Teamwork will be emphasized in this camp, as teams of two or three campers will design LEGO projects each day according to a specific theme. Teams will showcase their daily creations and explain what makes their design unique! Neil Etheridge has been a counselor with Cougar Quest since 2005. He is a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in accounting. Neil enjoys coaching sports, teaching robotics, and being outdoors. When Neil is not at Collegiate, you can find him whitewater kayaking on the James River. For more information, please contact Neil Etheridge at netheridge@collegiate-va.org.

Fit and Fun Lee Burfeind, Neil Etheridge, Blair Etheridge Rising K – Rising 7th Graders June 13 – June 17 Morning: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • $200 Afternoon: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm • $175 Full Day: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm • $375 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. • Bring a lunch from home each day. (Full Day) MORNING ACTIVITIES: Join us for a week of getting into shape without even knowing it. Bring your bike and helmet for the week. Grades 3-7 will

Digital Photography and Web Design 101 Blair Etheridge Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders June 27 – July 1 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Welcome to the exciting world of iPhoto and iWeb. Tricks of the trade once available only to professional photographers and webmasters can now be at your fingertips, making it possible to achieve impressive results 7


at your desktop. The opportunities are endless! Campers will take pictures around campus, edit the images in iPhoto, and incorporate them into a mock website using iWeb. Participants should bring a digital camera, equipped with a memory card to take pictures for their projects. Blair Etheridge has been working for Collegiate summer camps for four years. After graduating from James Madison University with a degree in Media Arts and Design, Blair now works as a Collegiate Cougar Quest counselor and substitutes in the Collegiate Lower School. She enjoys web design, cooking, art, physical activity, and spending time with children. For more information, contact Blair Etheridge at blairetheridge@gmail.com.

MATCH Chess Camp Maurice Ashley Trains Champions Rising K – Rising 8th Graders August 1 – August 5 Half Day: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm • $225 Full Day: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm • $445 • Bring a lunch and filled water bottle from home each day. Join renowned Grandmaster Maurice Ashley for a week of world-class chess training using his revolutionary teaching method. Campers will learn from the Grandmaster as well as from coaches who have been specially trained in his techniques. Although the camp’s focus is on chess, chess activities will be balanced with physical activity, as well as other fun activities designed to supplement the chess curriculum. Children will also play a variety of games chosen to further develop focus, memory, visualization skills and coolness under pressure. Instructors use a variety of techniques including Grandmaster Ashley’s new interactive computer training program to make learning about chess fun. Activities often involve movement and the opportunity to work in groups or as a team. The MATCH chess camp curriculum is designed to be accessible to those with a variety of learning styles. The camp is appropriate for all ability levels, from beginner to advanced. Students will be grouped by ability level so that each child can be appropriately challenged. For more information, contact Dr. Teresa Parr at (804) 677-4415 or dr.teresa.parr@mauriceashleychampions.com. You can also visit the MATCH website at www.mauriceashleychampions.com.

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Justice Karate American Shotokan Sam Justice Rising 3rd – Rising 6th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 Learn martial arts in a fun and supportive environment! This camp introduces students to principles of karate and self defense while enhancing their coordination, balance, conditioning, flexibility, fitness, and mental focus. Karate uses all muscles of the body, builds motor skills, and develops discipline. Students will learn kicks, punches, stances, footwork, kata (prescribed patterns of movement), fighting and self defense techniques, karate etiquette, and the karate philosophy of mind/body wellness. The camp is appropriate for beginners and those with any karate experience. Campers will receive a uniform consisting of a gi (traditional karate pants and top), a white belt (the beginner’s level belt) and a T-shirt. They also receive an instructional booklet. Campers who demonstrate proficiency in the material at week’s end will be awarded a medal. All campers, regardless of proficiency, will receive a certificate of participation. The camp is taught by Mr. Sam Justice, owner and founder of Justice Karate, who has taught karate in Richmond for over 35 years. He is an 8th level black belt in both Shotokan and Shorin Ru forms of karate. Mr. Justice is a certified US Karate Coach, judge and referee in national karate tournaments. For more information, contact Sam Justice at kumite95@verizon.net or visit www.justicekarate.com.

Mental Toughness Training: Sports Psychology for Peak Performance Dana Blackmer, Ph.D. Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday $225 Please see page 6 for details. 8


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Making Memories and More Scrapbooking Camp Marella Gregory Rising 2nd – Rising 8th Graders June 27 – July 1 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 If your child has an interest in art and has favorite photos or other keepsakes, then he/she will love this camp. Each camper creates a scrapbook filled with treasures and memories to hold on to for a lifetime. Students will learn the basic skills needed to create scrapbook designs and layouts. They will study guiding principles, fundamental elements and proven formulas that will help turn piles of “stuff” into valued memorabilia. Participants must bring 25 to 50 favorite photos of themselves; for example, photos when they were a baby, on family vacations, or with their favorite people. Scrapbook supplies will be provided for the camp. Photos will be trimmed for matting resulting in a scrapbook that is sure to be a lasting treasure. Marella Gregory has been the Lower School Guidance Counselor since 2002 and has been teaching with Summer Quest since 2005. She has been scrapbooking for over ten years and continues to attend scrapbooking conventions, workshops and classes. For more information, contact Marella Gregory at mgregory@collegiate-va.org.

Scott Turner of Riverside Outfitters Robby Turner Rising 3rd – Rising 8th Graders Session I: June 27 – July 1 • 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm $210 Session II: July 5 – July 8 • 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm (No camp on Monday, July 4th) $170 Join Robby Turner, Collegiate kindergarten teacher and the Riverside Outfitters trained staff as they take you on an adventure-filled journey this summer. Riverside Outfitters specializes in outdoor activities ranging from recreational tree climbing to kayaking, white water rafting and canoeing. They were highlighted in the New York Times article “36 hours in Richmond, Virginia.” This camp has it all! From shallow water games and exploration along the James River to orienteering in Larus Park to tree climbing in some of Richmond’s most exciting trees, the Riverside Outfitters Outdoor Adventure Camp will satisfy your “wilder” side. Last year’s campers participated in high rope challenges (all with safety gear) ranging from limb walking and riding the zip line to the famous “free-fall” and “mission impossible drop.” New activities planned for this summer include a land adventure course and possible hiking and rock jumping along the Buttermilk Trail. Pick up and drop off for this camp will be at Luck Hall, located on the Collegiate School Lower School campus. Campers will be transported in a Collegiate bus driven by Robby Turner. This camp will be held at Pony Pasture Rapids, which is located on the south bank of the James River, two miles downstream from the Huguenot Bridge on Riverside Drive, a 10 minute drive from Collegiate. For more information, contact Robby Turner at rturner@collegiate-va.org or Scott Turner at Riverside Outfitters (804) 560-0068.

Our World is a Global Village Camp Melanie Marks, Ph.D., Diana Shores Rising 2nd – Rising 5th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 9:00 am – 5:00 pm $425 • Bring a lunch and filled water bottle from home each day. This week-long, full-day, academic camp will engage students in hands-on activities with an international theme. Campers will learn that we live in a global village, where people just like us, engage in production and consumption to get the things they want and need. They may use different resources, enjoy different types of food and listen to diverse music. Nevertheless, from America to Zimbabwe, we rely on each other in one big global marketplace (imagine life without tulips from Holland, cocoa beans from Africa, and clothing and textiles from Asia). Students will “travel” to Africa, Asia, Europe, and Mexico/Central America to learn about life in other countries – including cooking and tasting many foreign foods, completing art projects and exploring music, working with maps and globes, playing interactive games, and participating in a classroom economy where

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“money” earned will be spent in the International Market. Children’s literature selections and age-appropriate movies will be incorporated in order to bring foreign countries “to life” and all information will be delivered in a child-friendly, engaging manner. There will also be daily recreational activities so that campers may enjoy the summer weather. Our World is a Global Village is a nationally recognized camp delivered by Longwood University College of Business & Economics. This camp will take place in Kemp Hall at River Road Presbyterian Church, which borders the Collegiate Lower School campus at the corner of North Mooreland and River Roads. For more information, contact Jennifer Cornell, Executive Director, Powell Center for Economic Literacy at jcornell@powellcenter.org or (804) 741-2806.

experiment with the creation of their own robot that addresses a particular design challenge or problem. This is a great opportunity for students to develop and apply creative problem-solving skills while having fun working collaboratively with teammates. Neil Etheridge has been a counselor with Cougar Quest since 2005. He is a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in accounting. Neil enjoys coaching sports, teaching robotics, and being outdoors. When Neil is not at Collegiate, you can find him whitewater kayaking on the James River. For more information, contact Neil Etheridge at netheridge@collegiate-va.org.

Study Skills Kristeen Koebler, Ed.D. Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders June 20 – July 15 • 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Monday – Friday (No class Monday, July 4th) $775 This is an intensive program that strengthens three primary areas: Study Skills, English, and Math. Students will receive instruction particularly suited to their needs and designed to fulfill any written recommendations from the previous school year. This course offers small classroom settings and the development of skills and learning strategies suitable for use in all subject areas, and it will afford each student an excellent opportunity for success next year. There will also be a workshop for parents entitled “How to Help Your Child Study Effectively at Home.” Dr. Koebler has taught a variety of subjects at Collegiate School since 1989, including English, Ancient World History and Reading. After over 20 years at Collegiate, Dr Koebler recently retired but will remain involved with Summer Quest for her sixteenth year. For more information, contact Dr. Koebler at kkoebler@collegiate-va.org.

Robotics for Beginners Neil Etheridge Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 During this summer program, campers will learn the history of robotics, how robotics help us every day and what we can expect in the future. Campers working in small groups will design, build and maneuver a robot using a Lego Mindstorm Robotics kit. The robots will then be put through their paces when campers design and build a course to challenge their fellow campers at the end of the camp week. Campers can continue their robotics adventure the week of July 25 – July 29 in Robotics 101. Neil Etheridge has been a counselor with Cougar Quest since 2005. He is a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in accounting. Neil enjoys coaching sports, teaching robotics, and being outdoors. When Neil is not at Collegiate, you can find him whitewater kayaking on the James River. For more information, contact Neil Etheridge at netheridge@collegiate-va.org.

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Robotics 101 Neil Etheridge Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Participants in this camp are introduced to the basic concept of robot design and programming using the Lego Mindstorm and XT Robotic kit. Activities include construction of projects that illustrate simple design and programming concepts. Working in teams, campers will

Lee Burfeind, Neil Etheridge, Blair Etheridge Rising K – Rising 7th Graders August 1 – August 5 Morning: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • $200 Afternoon: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm • $175 Full Day: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm • $375 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. • Bring a lunch from home each day. (Full Day) 10


MORNING ACTIVITIES: Take in the fresh air and learn about the great outdoors! Tube around the James River flat water, swim in a local pool, and hike around Deep Run Park. Campers will learn survival skills, build shelters, and even climb on a rock wall. Join us each day for a healthy snack and an outdoor themed art project. Bring a towel and wear clothes you can get wet and messy. AFTERNOON ACTIVITIES: Tired of all the sunscreen, sunburn, and sweat? Join us for a week of indoor adventures. Race scooters and crawl your way through an obstacle course, participate in relay races and other indoor games. Cool down with art projects and yoga and enjoy a cool milkshake or fruit smoothie. On the last day, campers will enjoy an ice cream party! Participants should wear sneakers or closed shoes for both the morning and afternoon activities. Lee Burfeind has worked for Collegiate School’s summer camp program since 2000 and Collegiate’s afterschool program since 1997. She also works as a substitute in the Collegiate Lower School. In her free time, Lee enjoys gardening and baking. Blair Etheridge has been working for Collegiate summer camps for four years. After graduating from James Madison University with a degree in Media Arts and Design, Blair now works as a Collegiate Cougar Quest counselor and substitutes in the Collegiate Lower School. Neil Etheridge has been a counselor with Cougar Quest since 2005. He is a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in Accounting. Neil enjoys coaching sports, teaching robotics, and being outdoors. For more information, contact Lee Burfeind at lburfeind@collegiate-va.org.

boat. Also, we maintain a 1-to-4 counselor-to-camper ratio. This camp has limited spaces, so sign up early! Virginia Fishing Adventures provides all food and drinks, bait and tackle, rods and reels, and life jackets. The campers should bring their own sunscreen, and wear shoes and clothes that they don’t mind getting wet and dirty. For a full list of camp dates and a detailed description of weekly activities visit www.virginiafishingadventures.com. For more information, contact Tee Clarkson at tsclarkson@virginiaoutside.com or (804) 687-1869.

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Virginia Outside: Mountain Biking Camp Tee Clarkson, Key Randolph Ages 8 – 13 Session I: June 13 – June 17 • 8:30 am – 3:30 pm and/or Session II: August 1 – August 5 • 8:30 am – 3:30 pm $395 per session • Bring a lunch, healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. Richmond has some of the best urban mountain biking trails around! Join the staff of Virginia Outside for daily instruction, trail rides, and lots of fun. Campers will develop beginner and intermediate mountain biking skills including: steering, shifting, hill climbing and descending, log hopping, dodging obstacles, etiquette, maintenance, safety and more. Campers will ride in the morning, have a midday activity such as tubing or snorkeling on the James River, then get back on the bikes in the afternoon. Virginia Outside provides mountain bikes and helmets, but campers are welcome to bring their own. The campers should bring sunscreen, an extra T-shirt, socks and shorts, closed toe shoes, a bathing suit, towel and a sense of adventure! For more information, contact Tee Clarkson at tsclarkson@virginiaoutside.com or (804) 687-1869. For more information on Virginia Outside, visit http://virginiaoutside.com.

Virginia Fishing Adventures Camp Tee Clarkson, Key Randolph Ages 9 – 14 July 11 – July 15 • 8:30 am – 4:30 pm $550 Virginia Fishing Adventures has provided Richmond’s youth with material for many fish stories over the last four years, and most of them are even true! This week with Virginia Fishing Adventures offers campers the opportunity to learn the basics of fresh and saltwater fishing. Scouts may also earn their fishing merit badge through this program. Pick-up and drop-off for this camp will be at Luck Hall, located on the Collegiate Lower School campus. Virginia Fishing Adventures staff will drive campers to private freshwater ponds and nearby rivers. Safety is our number one priority, so all campers will wear life jackets when in the water or on a

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Enrichment Courses – Lower School Some Summer Quest enrichment programs can be combined with Extended Care; please see page 30 for more information.

Advanced LEGO Engineering Neil Etheridge Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Please see page 7 for details.

Chinese Culture & Language Immersion – Beginner Class Xin-yi Fergusson Rising 1st – Rising 3rd Graders June 20 – June 24 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Explore the mysteries of China and broaden your child’s cultural awareness of the world’s most populated country. Children will learn how to greet each other in Chinese, introduce family members, count in Chinese, learn the names of basic foods, and learn the art of Chinese brush calligraphy. We will delve into the ancient inventions of China, and create and play the traditional Chinese games Dou Kong Zhu (Chinese Yo-Yo), Jian-zi (an eye-foot coordination game), and Tiao-sheng (Chinese jump rope). We will sing traditional Chinese songs and rhymes, and enjoy tasting Chinese foods for snacks. Your children will be exposed to an array of fun activities as we explore the Middle Kingdom. Xin-yi Fergusson is the Chinese language teacher in the Lower School at Collegiate, a native Chinese speaker and former faculty member of the Nanjing Institute of Fine Arts. She enriches her program drawing on her years’ experience with musical and visual arts along with her expertise in language. Since joining Summer Quest five years ago, Xin-yi’s Chinese programs have sparked the interest of many young students. For more information, contact Xin-yi Fergusson at xfergusson@collegiate-va.org or (804) 741-9776 ext. 2113.

Chinese Culture & Language Immersion – Advanced Beginner Class Xin-yi Fergusson Rising 4th – Rising 5th Graders June 27 – July 1 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 This class is designed for students who have had 1-2 years experience with Chinese at school. In this class, we will learn oral Chinese skills to create skits and shadow puppets, which we will perform in Chinese on the last day. As a part of the creative process, the usage of Chinese brush will be introduced for writing and painting, and the process of making Beijing Opera facial masks will also be explored. We will also spend time reviewing Pinyin, Strokes and Radicals to prepare your child for the upcoming school year. Sampling Chinese foods for snacks and playing traditional Chinese games are also a part of our daily routine. Xin-yi Fergusson is the Chinese language teacher in the Lower School at Collegiate, a native Chinese speaker and former faculty member of the Nanjing Institute of Fine Arts. She enriches her program drawing on her years’ experience with musical and visual arts along with her expertise in language. Since joining Summer Quest five years ago, Xin-yi’s Chinese programs have sparked the interest of many young students. For more information, contact Xin-yi Fergusson at xfergusson@collegiate-va.org or (804) 741-9776 ext. 2113.

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Classic Authors… Dr. Seuss and more! Mironda Watson Rising K – Rising 3rd Graders July 25 – July 29 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $200 • Bring a healthy snack from home each day. Experience the wonderful world of children’s literature! Throughout the week children will read classic authors each day as they learn why these authors are so special to us all. Children will engage in center-based activities. We will read selections from Ezra Jack Keats, Tomie De Paola, Arnold Lobel, Dr. Seuss, Kevin Henkes, and more! Campers are asked to bring their favorite book to camp each day. Mironda Watson is in her fifth year teaching first grade at Collegiate. Before coming to Collegiate, she taught first and second grades in Henrico County. Mironda is very excited to join the Summer Quest staff to share her love of reading with children. For more information, contact Mironda Watson at mwatson@collegiate-va.org.

team uses in the fall as well as a water balloon fight on one of the fields. Hop aboard our Magic School Bus and discover exciting things to do right here in our own city. The sky is the limit in this camp as we seek to explore Richmond and all that is has to offer. Children will be divided by age to make sure that all games are appropriate and challenging. Don’t miss the fun this summer as we “Discover Richmond!” Robby Turner has been “discovering” things around Collegiate since he arrived in 2000. He teaches kindergarten in the Lower School and has been running camps in Richmond since 1989 and at Collegiate since 2001. For more information, contact Robby Turner at rturner@collegiate-va.org.

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Discover Richmond… And Beyond! Robby Turner Rising 2nd – Rising 5th Graders July 5 – July 8 • 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (No camp on Monday, July 4th) $250 • Bring a lunch and filled water bottle from home each day. This camp is a summer must for the child who likes to say, “There is nothing to do in this town.” Our goal during this week is to discover the places in and around Richmond that go unnoticed. Trips in past years have taken us to the James River, Civil War battlefields, museums, secret swimming holes, special fishing spots, out of the way putt-putt courses, duck pin bowling, Belle Isle, recreational tree climbing, and much, much more! Our 4th and 5th grade campers may venture outside of the city to take some daylong trips while our 2nd and 3rd graders will try to fit as many local trips into their day as possible. Sign up early as this camp does fill quickly! Please check the Collegiate Summer Quest website in June for an updated schedule of activities for Discover Richmond. Pick up and drop off for this camp will be at Luck Hall, located on the Collegiate Lower School campus. Campers will be transported in a Collegiate bus driven by Collegiate faculty member Robby Turner or Philip Hunnicutt. Robby began teaching in 1988 and has taught

Blair Etheridge Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders June 27 – July 1 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Please see page 7 for details.

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Discover Richmond: The Junior Version Robby Turner Rising K – Rising 2nd Graders June 13 – June 17 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Come discover what Richmond has to offer in this 3-hour junior version of our Discover Richmond Camp. Specifically designed for our younger aged children, this camp will find new and different things to do from visiting and exploring our very own Robins Campus to finding unique places to visit around the Richmond metro area. Daily trips could take us out to explore the home of the Flying Squirrels or maybe fishing at the University of Richmond Lake. Campers will experience a scavenger hunt through the woods and trails that our cross-country 13


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kindergarten in the Lower School at Collegiate since 1999. He has run his own summer camps for over twenty years and has been involved with Summer Quest since 2001. He will be assisted by Philip Hunnicutt, who has taught in the Lower School at Collegiate since 2001 and has assisted with this camp since 2002. For more information, contact Robby Turner at rturner@collegiate-va.org.

Food, Fun and Finesse Blair Etheridge Rising K – Rising 4th Graders Session I: June 20 – June 24 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Session II: July 18 – July 22 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 Learn the correct way to serve with the finest etiquette. Campers will plan and prepare food that is both pretty and tasty. They will create different types of table decorations, place cards, and napkin rings. Campers will visit Fingers and Forks where they will learn about nutrition through cooking and have the opportunity to be hands on with a variety of healthy foods. This camp will show your child how much fun entertaining friends and family can be! Blair Etheridge has been working for Collegiate summer camps for four years. After graduating from James Madison University with a degree in Media Arts and Design, Blair now works as a Collegiate Cougar Quest counselor and substitutes in the Collegiate Lower School. She enjoys web design, cooking, art, physical activity, and spending time with children. For more information, contact Blair Etheridge at blairetheridge@gmail.com.

Discover the Flying Squirrels! Robby Turner, Rives Fleming Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders Thursday, June 16th • 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm $60 Come celebrate baseball in Richmond as we take a trip to see our AA baseball team, The Flying Squirrels. This team is the Double-A affiliate of the 2010 World Series Champions, the San Francisco Giants! Campers will load the buses at Collegiate and head out to the game. Bring your gloves because on the way we will stop to play a little baseball before arriving at the game for the first pitch. Game tickets, dinner at the game (hotdog, popcorn and drink), donuts and transportation are included in the tuition. We will swing by Krispy Kreme Donuts on the way home for some hot treats. Please send money with your child if he or she wants to buy anything additional at the game. Parents get a night out, and the kids get to see and play some baseball… What could be better on a nice summer night? Pick up and drop off for this camp will be at Luck Hall, located on the Collegiate Lower School campus. Campers will be transported in a Collegiate bus driven by Collegiate faculty member Robby Turner or Rives Fleming. Robby began teaching in 1988 and has taught kindergarten in the Lower School at Collegiate since 1999. Rives is entering his twenty-second year of teaching at Collegiate in the Middle School. For more information, contact Robby Turner at rturner@collegiate-va.org.

French Immersion Camp for Beginners Valencia W. Siff Ages 5 – 7 Session I: July 11 – July 15 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and / or Session II: July 18 – July 22 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $200 per session • Bring a healthy snack from home each day. Imagine your child speaking in complete French sentences and reading French to you on the first day of camp! Through an innovative method using symbols to teach foreign language, students will be exposed to useful vocabulary including colors, numbers, food items, and verbs. There will be several high school French students, chosen for their excellent pronunciation skills, who will be assisting Madame Siff each week. Therefore, each camper will be guaranteed individual attention during all academic exercises. The cultural focus of Session I will be on French Impressionist painters, their lives and masterpieces. Session II will feature the holiday traditions of France and French cuisine. In addition to their academic lessons, campers will enjoy creating authentic crafts that French

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want to “give themselves a hand” at improving their fine motor skills! LaNessa West has been teaching for fifteen years. During that time she has taught kindergarten, first, second and third grade. She spent five years teaching kindergarten at Collegiate. In her primary classrooms she utilized a variety of hands-on center activities to help strengthen her students’ fine motor skills. LaNessa is currently Collegiate’s Lower School Chair of Academic Services. For more information, contact LaNessa West at lwest@collegiate-va.org.

children make, singing, dancing, cooking and acting every day in French during both sessions. Oh là là ! Students may sign up for one or both sessions. Campers who attend both sessions will have the option of advancing in the textbook during our immersion lesson period each day or repeating the same curriculum as their first week. An assessment will be made the first day of the second session to determine which option is most appropriate for each child. Val Siff is Head of the Upper School Foreign Language Department at Collegiate School. She has over 30 years of teaching experience, which includes teaching at Collegiate since 1986 and with Summer Quest since 2001. For more information, contact Val Siff at vsiff@collegiate-va.org.

Hooked on Books Reading and Writing Camp Eileen Beane Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders Session I: June 20 – July 1 • 8:30 am – 2:30 pm and / or Session II: July 11 – July 22 • 8:30 am – 2:30 pm $735 per session / Each session is two weeks in length. • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. • Lunch will be provided. Is your child “hooked on books?” Both the book enthusiast and the book weary absolutely love this camp! Our days are filled with fun age-appropriate reading and writing activities. Through small group and individualized reading, book clubs, author studies, and theme studies, the children are immersed in rich experiences, which will strengthen and enrich their reading and writing skills. They will enjoy a variety of activities including Reading and Writing Workshops, visits to the library and computer lab, cooking and art projects and visits by special guests! The children will spend time on the writing process, as well as factual writing from individual research. A writing celebration is held on the last day of camp where the children present their own “published” original stories. We

Fit and Fun Lee Burfeind, Neil Etheridge, Blair Etheridge Rising K – Rising 7th Graders June 13 – June 17 Morning: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • $200 Afternoon: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm • $175 Full Day: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm • $375 Please see page 7 for details.

Give Yourself A Hand! LaNessa West Rising Kindergarteners June 20 – June 24 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $200 • Bring a healthy snack from home each day. Hands-on fun is what this camp is all about! Through use of a variety of action-packed, center-based activities, students will be able to develop and strengthen their fine motor skills. Pencil grips, play-dough, sewing cards, tweezers, and clothespin games are just a few of the activities students will experience! Handwriting and scissor “etiquette” are important skills that will also be addressed. This camp is the perfect school readiness opportunity for students entering kindergarten who 15


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devote time to Collegiate School’s and other schools’ “required” summer reading options with our older students. Your child will participate in great discussions and guided reading through these chapter books. Class size is limited to ensure a great deal of individual attention, so don’t wait too long to enroll! Your child’s love of reading and writing will soar! Campers will receive a camp T-shirt and an end-ofsession report focusing on his/her personal profile as a reader and writer. Eileen Beane is a kindergarten teacher at Collegiate School. She has 28 years of teaching experience in kindergarten, first grade and second grade. This is Eileen’s third year as the Director of Hooked on Books and her fifth year involved with Summer Quest. Other Collegiate School faculty members teaching this summer include Karen Pickett, Beth Anne Shelly, Kim Smythe, Philip Hunnicutt, Nicola Byford, Mary Margaret Ryan and Allison Williams. In addition to these lead teachers, college students will serve as assistants. For more information, contact Eileen Beane at ebeane@collegiate-va.org or (804) 741-9776.

The Great Outdoors… and Inside Adventures Lee Burfeind, Neil Etheridge, Blair Etheridge Rising K – Rising 7th Graders August 1 – August 5 Morning: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm • $200 Afternoon: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm • $175 Full Day: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm • $375 Please see page 10 for details.

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Justice Karate American Shotokan Sam Justice Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders Session I: July 5 – July 8 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (No camp on Monday, July 4th) $175 Session II: July 11 – July 15 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 Learn martial arts in a fun and supportive environment! This camp introduces students to principles of karate and self defense while enhancing their coordination, balance, conditioning, flexibility, fitness, and mental focus. Karate uses all muscles of the body, builds motor skills, and develops discipline. Students will learn kicks, punches, stances, footwork, kata (prescribed patterns of movement), fighting and self defense techniques, karate etiquette, and the karate philosophy of mind/body wellness. The camp is appropriate for beginners and those with any karate experience. Campers receive a uniform consisting of a gi (traditional karate pants and top), a white belt (the beginner’s level belt) and a T-shirt. They also receive an instructional booklet. Campers who demonstrate proficiency in the material at week’s end will be awarded a medal. All campers, regardless of proficiency, will receive a certificate of participation. The camp is taught by Mr. Sam Justice, owner and founder of Justice Karate, who has taught karate in Richmond for over 35 years. He is an 8th level black belt in both Shotokan and Shorin Ru forms of karate. Mr. Justice is a certified US Karate Coach, judge and referee in national karate tournaments. For more information, contact Sam Justice at kumite95@verizon.net or visit www.justicekarate.com.

It’s My Party! Lee Burfeind Rising K – Rising 4th Graders June 27 – July 1 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 Want to plan a party? Here’s your chance! Campers will decide on a theme for their party and get busy making plans. Learn how to create your own invitations and make some of the decorations. A trip to the party store will allow the campers to choose everything they need for their special day. Campers will also take a trip to Fingers and Forks where they will learn about nutrition, food preparation and have the opportunity to make a special treat for the party. The week will conclude with a fun-filled party! Lee Burfeind has worked for Collegiate School’s summer camp program since 2000 and Collegiate’s after-school program since 1997. She also works as a substitute in the Collegiate Lower School. In her free time, Lee enjoys gardening and baking. For more information, contact Lee Burfeind at lburfeind@collegiate-va.org.

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Math Facts and Fun! Frances Coleman Rising 2nd – Rising 4th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 Does your child need help remembering his/her addition and subtraction facts? Could your child use a week of review to make those facts more automatic? Research has shown that it is essential for children to know their addition and subtraction facts well. This solid foundation allows students to build their math skills with much more ease and confidence. During this camp, students will play games, do basic drills, use computers and much more, to make their facts more solid and automatic. In addition, students will bring home ideas that will help them to continue the review at home. Your child will receive a camp T-shirt. Frances Coleman has taught at Collegiate as the Lower School Math Specialist for seven years. This will be her third year teaching Math camp for Summer Quest. For more information, contact Frances Coleman at fcoleman@collegiate-va.org.

Justice Karate American Shotokan Sam Justice Rising 3rd – Rising 6th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 Please see page 8 for details.

LEGO Maniacs! Neil Etheridge Rising K – Rising 4th Graders Session I: June 27 – July 1 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Session II: July 11 – July 15 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Can’t get enough of your LEGOs at home? Want to be inspired and challenged to create some new and exciting LEGO projects. This camp is for campers with or without LEGO experience! Use your awesome LEGO building skills to construct all different types of engineering projects. Build giant castles with your friends, explore space with rockets and ships, and even build a LEGO city. Students will be encouraged to participate in daily building challenges. Neil Etheridge has been a counselor with Cougar Quest since 2005. He is a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in Accounting. Neil enjoys coaching sports, teaching robotics, and being outdoors. For more information, contact Neil Etheridge at netheridge@collegiate-va.org.

Mega Math Mania! Frances Coleman Rising 2nd – Rising 4th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 8:30 am – 2:30 pm $375 • Bring a healthy snack from home each day. • Lunch will be provided. Mega Math Mania is a camp where students will learn a lot and won’t even realize it. Campers will review basic skills, learn new skills, and much more... all while playing! The schedule will focus on a number of areas: problem solving and logic, computer games and basic skills, visual/ spatial math, and math games and strategies. Students will have some review of basic math skills, but they will be challenged in all areas throughout the week. While the students are playing games, they will be focusing on analyzing their strategies and problem solving throughout. By the end of camp, these students will have fine tuned their basic math skills and become better problem solvers through exposure to visual/spatial problems, puzzles, discussion of strategy and focus. Your child will receive a camp T-shirt. Frances Coleman has taught at Collegiate as the Lower School Math Specialist for seven years. This will be her third year teaching Math camp for Summer Quest. For more information, contact Frances Coleman at fcoleman@collegiate-va.org.

Making Memories and More Scrapbooking Camp Marella Gregory Rising 2nd – Rising 8th Graders June 27 – July 1 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 Please see page 9 for details.

MATCH Chess Camp Maurice Ashley Trains Champions Rising K – Rising 8th Graders August 1 – August 5 Half Day: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm • $225 Full Day: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm • $445 Please see page 8 for details.

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For more information, contact Rives Fleming at rfleming@collegiate-va.org or Robby Turner at rturner@collegiate-va.org.

Frances Coleman Rising 1st Graders July 5 – July 8 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (No camp on Monday July 4th) $175 • Bring a healthy snack from home each day. Hands-on math will be the focus of this fun-filled camp. Students will be exposed to a variety of activities and games, which will build their number sense, spatial skills, problem solving, and logic. While playing a variety of board games, using cards and dice, solving puzzles with pattern blocks, tangrams and pentominoes, building with blocks and Legos, and much more, students will never realize how much they are learning. Your child will receive a camp T-shirt. Frances Coleman has taught at Collegiate as the Lower School Math Specialist for seven years. This will be her third year teaching Math camp for Summer Quest. For more information, contact Frances Coleman at fcoleman@collegiate-va.org.

Riverside Outfitters Outdoor Adventure Camp Scott Turner of Riverside Outfitters Robby Turner Rising 3rd – Rising 8th Graders Session I: June 27 – July 1 • 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm $210 Session II: July 5 – July 8 • 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm (No camp on Monday, July 4th) $170 Please see page 9 for details.

Robotics for Beginners Neil Etheridge Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Please see page 10 for details.

Our World is a Global Village Camp

Robotics 101

Melanie Marks, Ph.D., Diana Shores Rising 2nd – Rising 5th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 9:00 am – 5:00 pm $425 Please see page 9 for details.

Neil Etheridge Rising 3rd – Rising 7th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Please see page 10 for details.

Overnight at Collegiate… Parents NIGHT OUT! Rives Fleming, Robby Turner Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders Friday, June 24 – Saturday, June 25 6:30 pm – 8:00 am $125 Has your child ever wondered what goes on at Collegiate School after everyone goes home at the end of the day? Come to a sleepover and find out exactly what happens once the sun goes down. Rives Fleming and Robby Turner will be hosting this one-night adventure, which will include games in the Athletic Center, hockey in the Lower School gym, “double trouble” in Jacobs Gym, pizza, a late night movie shown on campus, and hot Krispy Kreme donuts for breakfast. We’ll spread out our sleeping bags in the Estes’ Multipurpose Room and make this a night to remember. Space will be limited, so sign up early for this exciting summer adventure. Rives Fleming teaches in the Collegiate Middle School and Robby Turner teaches in the Collegiate Lower School, and they have offered this overnight adventure at Collegiate since 2002.

Scientists in Action! Kathryn Feldmann Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders June 27 – July 1 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $200 • Bring a healthy snack from home each day. Scientists in Action is an engaging “Mr. Wizard”-type week in the science lab doing chemistry, physics, biology, and more! Does your child take stuff apart just to see how it works? Does she want to read and learn about animals and how they live? Does he like to build and create new inventions? If this is your child, then this is the camp for him or her! We will spend the week investigating, dissecting, building, observing, creating, and finding out “why and how” things work. Each camper will receive a camp T-shirt. Enrollment is limited so sign up soon for this fun-filled week of wondering and investigating. Kathryn Feldmann teaches science in the Middle School at Collegiate. She has always had an interest in the sciences. She worked as a naturalist on Kiawah 18


Island and has taught biology, forensics, and chemistry. She has a B.S. in Biology from Roanoke College and a Master’s degree in Biology from The Citadel. Kathryn loves to see children become excited about science! For more information, contact Kathryn Feldmann at kathryn_feldmann@collegiate-va.org.

Katie Musick is in her second year teaching 3rd grade at Collegiate. Before coming to Collegiate, she taught 3rd grade in Hanover County, as well as first and fifth grades in New York City. Prior to becoming a teacher, Katie honed her creative thinking skills as an account executive and events marketer at The Martin Agency. For more information, contact Katie Musick at katie_musick@collegiate-va.org.

Summer Spanish Immersion Heide Knapik Rising 2nd – Rising 4th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 Campers, grab your passports as we travel through our Spanish-speaking world! In this weeklong session, students will gain basic Spanish communication skills and an appreciation of the Hispanic culture through music, art, dance, food, games, and storytelling. Students will begin their virtual journey in Spain, la madre patria, land of kings and queens, Don Quixote, Señor de la Mancha, and Pablo Picasso. Cristóbal Colón will lead our exploration to the Américas and the Caribbean Islands. Imagine visiting the ancient ruins and pyramids of the Aztec and Mayan civilizations in Mexico and Central America. The journey will end in South America as we visit the “Lost City” of the Incas, the Galápagos Islands, and Argentina, the birthplace of the tango. Hands-on activities will play an integral role in the learning process. Sign up early, as space is limited; join ¡la fiesta! Heide Knapik is the Lower School Spanish teacher at Collegiate, and a native speaker. She began her Elementary Education teaching career and Spanish enrichment instruction in 2002. For more information, contact Heide Knapik at hknapik@collegiate-va.org.

Virginia Fishing Adventures Camp Tee Clarkson, Key Randolph Ages 6 – 8 July 25 – July 29 • 9:30 am – 2:30 pm $375 Virginia Fishing Adventures has provided Richmond’s youth with material for many fish stories over the last four years, and most of them are even true! This week with Virginia Fishing Adventures offers campers the opportunity to learn the basics of fresh and saltwater fishing. Pick-up and drop-off for this camp will be at Luck Hall, located on the Collegiate Lower School campus. Virginia Fishing Adventure staff will drive campers to private freshwater ponds and nearby rivers. Safety is our number one priority, so all campers will wear life jackets when in the water or on a boat. Also, we maintain a 1-to-4 counselor-to-camper ratio. This camp has limited spaces, so sign up early! Virginia Fishing Adventures provides all food and drinks, bait and tackle, rods and reels, and life jackets. The campers should just bring their own sunscreen, and wear shoes and clothes that they don’t mind getting wet and dirty. Please visit www.virginiafishingadventures.com for pictures from past sessions and for a detailed description of our weekly activities. For more information, contact Tee Clarkson at tsclarkson@virginiafishingadventures.com or (804) 687-1869.

Thinking “Outside the Box” Creative Thinking Skills Katie Musick Rising 3rd – Rising 5th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $200 Learn creative problem solving methods while having fun in the process! Students with all learning styles will find something that will appeal to them, as they tap into their creativity by building structures, acting, writing, inventing, designing and more. They will develop teambuilding skills as they work in groups to identify challenges and think creatively to solve open-ended problems. Students should come ready to participate and express their ideas and suggestions. Thinking “outside the box” is a must in this challenging, fast paced enrichment course.

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Virginia Outside: Mountain Biking Camp Tee Clarkson, Key Randolph Ages 8 – 13 Session I: June 13 – June 17 • 8:30 am – 3:30 pm and/or Session II: August 1 – August 5 • 8:30 am – 3:30 pm $395 per session Please see page 11 for details. 19


Janet MacMillan, Director For more information about Cubs Camps, contact Janet MacMillan at janetmacmillan@verizon.net or (804) 755-6461.

Each Cubs camper will receive a T-shirt. The session themes are: Session I: June 20 – June 24. . . . Underneath the Deep Blue Sea Session II: June 27 – July 1. . . . . . Rockin’ in the USA Session III: July 11 – July 15. . . . . Great Green Earth Session IV: July 18 – July 22. . . . . Jungle Boogie

Recreational Swimming Information for Explorer & Discovery Cubs Campers: • Transportation to the Deerwood Pool (adjacent to the Collegiate Campus) is via a Collegiate minibus driven by Cubs Director Janet MacMillan. • A certified lifeguard, lead teacher, and counselor supervise pool time. • The lifeguard administers a swim test on the first day of camp to determine who is permitted to swim. • For all pool-related questions, please contact Janet MacMillan at (804) 755-6461 or janetmacmillan@verizon.net.

Young Cubs

for p m a c T C E F R E “The P do a o t e k li o h w n e r d chil g!” little of everythin

3 and 4 year olds • 8:30 am – 12:00 pm $215 per session • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. While the emphasis is on having fun and developing social skills, 3 and 4 year-olds will also be learning through a variety of activities including science, art, music, free play, creative movement, and visits to the Lower School library for storytelling. Campers must be potty trained. Young Cubs campers do not go swimming. Afternoon care (at an additional cost) can be arranged for Young Cubs campers in Sessions II, III, and IV; see page 31 for details or contact Cougar Care at (804) 740-4896. S ample T imeline O f A ctivites

8:30 am: Arrive at camp ready to meet fellow campers and your lead teacher and counselor. 9:00 am: SCIENCE: New and exciting experiments planned for each summer. Who, What, When, Where, Why and How are great questions to ask our Cubs Scientist! 9:45 am: LIBRARY: Storytelling with the Cubs Librarian.

10:15 am: CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: Enjoy free play, arts and crafts, snack time and some quiet time with your teacher and fellow campers. 10:45 am: MUSIC: Discover beats and sounds with basic instruments as you explore the world of music.

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11:15 am: CREATIVE MOVEMENT: A time for you to explore music and develop your physical skills as your imagination influences your every move. 11:45 am: CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: Time to get your things together and ready for pick-up. 12:00 pm: PICK-UP: Make sure to get your rest for another fun filled day at Cubs camp tomorrow!


Explorer Cubs

NEW for 2011!!! A group LEGO

project will be included in Explorer and Discovery Cubs weekly activities.

Rising K – Rising 1st Graders • 8:30 am – 3:00 pm $275 per session • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. • Lunch will be provided. Children are grouped by age for enriching activities including science, art, music, games, storytelling, creative movement and more! Campers also participate in various athletics, including swimming. Campers will visit the pool three times per week (weather permitting) so please bring a bathing suit and a towel on the first day of camp. Explorer Cubs can be combined with an Extended Care option (at an additional cost); please see page 30 for details. S ample T imeline O f A ctivites

8:30 am: Arrive at camp ready to meet fellow campers and your lead teacher and counselor. 9:00 am: LIBRARY: Discover the ins and outs of the library with the Cubs Librarian. Enjoy storytelling and exploring the many volumes of books available. 9:45 am: SWIMMING: Take a bus ride down the street to the local Deerwood pool for time at the pool. Explorer Cubs will visit the pool 3 times a week. Please see pool info on page 20. 10:30 am: CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: Enjoy a healthy snack from home then participate in arts and crafts, free play and/or some quiet time with fellow campers and your teacher.

11:00 am: MUSIC: Try out a variety of basic instruments to see what sounds and music you can create with our Cubs Music teacher. 11:30 am: ATHLETICS: Learn or sharpen your jump rope and hula hoop skills, play dodge ball and other fun games with fellow campers. 12:00 pm: LUNCH: Enjoy a provided lunch in Collegiate’s Lower School cafeteria. 12:45 pm: SCIENCE: Always a favorite with our onsite Cubs Science Lab. Hands on experiments with our Cubs Scientist and his assistant.

1:15 pm: ART: Use your imagination to create projects in our Art Studio with our art specialist as you create your very own work of art. 1:45 pm: OUTDOOR TIME: Time to enjoy the outdoors on our playground and open athletic fields, weather permitting. 2:15 pm: CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: Back to the classroom with your lead teacher to enjoy free time to create, play, read and get to know your fellow campers. 3:00 pm: PICK-UP: Make sure to get your rest for another fun filled day at Cubs camp tomorrow!

Discovery Cubs Rising 2nd – Rising 4th Graders • 8:30 am – 3:00 pm $300 per session • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. • Lunch will be provided. Campers enjoy innovative activities with an experienced staff of specialists. Activities include the following: science, music, computer graphics, mixed media, drawing/painting, sculpture and more! They also will enjoy athletics, recreational games, and swimming. Discovery Cubs will take a trip to the pool daily, weather permitting so please bring a bathing suit and towel on the first day of camp. This camp can be combined with an Extended Care option (at an additional cost); please see page 30 for details. S ample T imeline O f A ctivites

8:30 am: Arrive at camp ready to meet fellow campers and your lead teacher and counselor. 9:00 am: MUSIC: Try out a variety of basic instruments to see what sounds and music you can create with our Cubs Music teacher. 9:45 am: ATHLETICS: Basic tumbling, dodge ball, jump rope and hula-hoops are just a few of the many fun athletic activities! 10:30 am: SWIMMING: Take a bus ride down the street to the local Deerwood pool for time at the pool. Discovery Cubs will visit the pool every day each week. Please see pool info on page 20.

11:30 am: CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: Enjoy a healthy snack from home then participate in arts and crafts, free play and/or quiet time with fellow campers and your teacher. 12:00 pm: LIBRARY: Take some time with friends to enjoy a good book in the Library before heading to lunch. 12:30 pm: LUNCH: Enjoy a provided lunch in Collegiate’s Lower School cafeteria. 1:00 pm: SCIENCE: Always a favorite with our onsite Cubs Science Lab. Hands on experiments with our Cubs Scientist and his assistant.

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1:45 pm: OUTDOOR TIME: Time to enjoy the outdoors on our playground and open athletic fields, weather permitting. 2:00 pm: ART: Use your imagination to create projects in our Art Studio with our art specialist. Campers will experience mixed media, drawing/painting and much more! 3:00 pm: PICK-UP: Make sure to get your rest for another fun filled day at Cubs camp tomorrow!


Some Summer Quest Arts programs can be combined with Extended Care; please see page 30 for more information.

Music Adventures in Drumming!

All the World’s a Song! The Virginia Choir Camp

Matt Goves Rising 5th – Rising 12th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $230 Tuition includes kit to build your own instrument. Join the percussion staff of Collegiate as we take a musical journey through the wide world of drums and drumming. Each day students will have the opportunity to explore various styles of drumming starting with basic snare drum techniques and progressing to their application on the drum set. Areas covered will include holding and moving the sticks, basic reading skills and the rudiments. With a solid foundation in the basics, students will then progress to the drum set where they’ll cover such styles as: Rock, Jazz, Blues and Latin grooves. Throughout the week students will also be presented multi-media discussions outlining the history of drumming. Each student will also have the chance to get hands on as we build our own instrument. This exciting week will crescendo to a finale on the last day as students perform a concert for family and friends. No prior musical experience is necessary. For more information, contact Matt Goves at mgoves@collegiate-va.org.

Lynelle Ediger-Kordzaia, Alexander Kordzaia Ages 7 – 15 July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 The Virginia Choir Camp will challange singers to attain choral excellence, develop musicianship skills and have confidence in their ability to express themselves through music. At the same time, we are proud to provide all of the fun and camaraderie of a summer music camp, where students can form new friendships that will last a lifetime. Campers will sing acapella as well as in 2 to 4 parts as they learn the music from various cultures all over the world! For information about Lynnelle Ediger-Kordzaia, see the American Youth Harp Ensemble Camp description on page 24. Alexander Kordzaia is a professional orchestral/ choral conductor, pianist and vocal coach. He completed graduate studies at the T’blisi Conservatory of Music, Republic of Georgia and the Juilliard School of Music. Currently he is Music Director of the University of Richmond Orchestra and Conductor Emeritus of the Charlotte Civic Orchestra. Mr. Kordzaia has conducted orchestras and choral groups throughout America and Europe and is in frequent demand as a guest conductor. This camp is held at the Academy of Music at 4200 Dover Rd. (near Carytown). For more information or directions to the camp, contact Lynnelle Ediger-Kordzaia at (804) 353-7001.

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Musical Storytelling Christine DeSantis Hoffman Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders Session I: July 11 – July 15 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm and/or Session II: July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 This camp is for students with or without instrument experience. It is an exciting opportunity to learn a folk tale from the Congo that has been retold and arranged for percussion instruments (such as xylophones and drums), narrators, actors, and a chorus. We will spend the week learning how to tell the folktale through music (singing and playing the percussion instruments) and simple acting. Children may participate as a singer, instrumentalist, actor or all three! There will be a performance of the folk tale on Friday afternoon for family and friends. Christine DeSantis Hoffman received her Masters of Music Education from Northwestern University and her Bachelor of Music Education from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has taught elementary school music for the past 8 years in Hanover County. She also directs the children’s choir at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart and maintains a private piano studio. For more information, contact Christine DeSantis Hoffman at CHoffman@hanover.k12.va.us or cedesantis@yahoo.com.

Guitar for Beginners David Robinson Ages 10 – 16 Session I: June 27 – July 1 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and/or Session II: July 11 – July 15 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 per session Have you ever wanted to learn how to play the guitar? This is a class for beginners interested in exploring the world of guitar. This one-week course will focus on learning chords and songs in all styles of music including rock, folk, blues and flamenco. Students will also learn about finger picking, note-reading and guitar tablature. School instruments will be available to use during the classes. No previous experience is required. David Robinson received his Bachelor of Music degree in composition and Master of Music degree in classical guitar performance from Virginia Commonwealth University. He is currently the Director of Guitar Studies at Collegiate and an adjunct professor in Virginia Commonwealth University’s Music Department. David maintains an active performing career in the Robinson Guitar Duo with his wife, Kathy Robinson, and is active composing new works for the guitar and other instruments. For more information, contact David Robinson at drobinson@collegiate-va.org.

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Rock Band Camp David Robinson Ages 12 – 17 Intermediate level musicians (at least 2 years playing experience recommended) Session I: June 27 – July 1 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm and/or Session II: July 11 – July 15 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $170 per session Attention all guitarists, bassists, singers, drummers, and other instrumentalists who want to ROCK! This week long camp will help you learn to play with others by writing songs, learning covers, jamming, and recording. This course will catapult you on the stage with a concert at the end of the week and leave you with a recording of your ROCKSTAR dreams. Musicians will need to supply the following:

You Gotta Have Harp! American Youth Harp Ensemble Camp

• Guitarists: electric guitar, amplifier, and chord(s) • Bassists: electric bass guitar, amplifier, and chord(s) • Drummers: sticks and strongly recommended to bring your own cymbals

Lynnelle Ediger-Kordzaia Ages 7 – 12 July 25 – July 29 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 The American Youth Harp Ensemble Summer Camp is a one-week introduction and exploration of the harp. Beginning harpists are welcome; there is no prior experience necessary. In this supportive and inspiring musical environment, all students will learn to play as part of an ensemble by the end of the first day! Harps and all other materials will be provided on-site. The American Youth Harp Ensemble has been offered through Summer Quest since 2005. Lynnelle Ediger-Kordzaia, a nationally recognized educator, is founder and director of the American Youth Harp Ensemble www.harpensemble.org. She has taught the harp and directed harp ensembles for 16 years. Under her leadership, the Ensemble has enjoyed an international reputation for musical and educational excellence. Ensemble performance highlights include: Carnegie Hall (New York City), The Paris Music Festival (France), Edinburgh International Festival (Scotland), Maastricht Music Festival (Netherlands), the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts (Washington, D.C.), and the 34th and 38th American Harp Society National Conferences. This camp is held at the Academy of Music at 4200 Dover Rd. (near Carytown). For more information or directions to the camp, contact Lynnelle Ediger-Kordzaia at (804) 353-7001.

David Robinson received his Bachelor of Music degree in composition and Master of Music degree in classical guitar performance from Virginia Commonwealth University. He is currently the Director of Guitar Studies at Collegiate and an adjunct professor in Virginia Commonwealth University’s Music Department. David maintains an active performing career in the Robinson Guitar Duo with his wife, Kathy Robinson, and is active composing new works for the guitar and other instruments. For more information, contact David Robinson at drobinson@collegiate-va.org.

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Dance Fusion Stacy Dudley and Kara Priddy • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. • Snack will be provided. This camp will focus on dance with the influence and inspiration from other art forms such as theater, visual arts, and music. Each day, class will begin with dance technique through warm ups, center floor combinations, and across the floor patterns. The second half of class will combine and utilize other art forms to create original dance projects. These dance projects will be filmed, viewed, and discussed by dancers at the end of camp each day. In addition to the dance projects, dancers will learn a dance piece to be performed on the last day of camp for friends and family. For all sessions, participants are encouraged to wear leotards or tank tops and yoga/dance pants.; no shoes are required. Girls should have their hair pulled back and secured. Stacy Dudley created the dance program at Collegiate and has taught dance and movement to students in grades K – 12 since 2001. She danced with the Starr Foster Dance Project for four years and currently dances with Z. Mullins Dance Company. This will be Stacy’s eleventh year teaching dance for Summer Quest. Kara Priddy has been teaching and choreographing in the Richmond area since 2002. She currently teaches dance at Collegiate for grades 5-12 and works with the Christian Youth Theater teaching choreographing and stage managing. Kara also dances with Z. Mullins Dance Company. For more information, contact Stacy Dudley at sdudley@collegiate-va.org or Kara Priddy at kara_priddy@collegiate-va.org.

Dance Fusion: Level I Kara Priddy Rising K – Rising 2nd Graders (Coed) June 20 – June 24 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $170

Dance Fusion: Level II Stacy Dudley Rising 3rd – Rising 5th Graders (Coed) July 11 – July 15 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $185

Dance Fusion: Level III Kara Priddy Rising 6th – Rising 8th Graders (Coed) June 20 – June 24 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $185

Dance Fusion: Level IV Stacy Dudley Rising 9th – Rising 12th Graders (Coed) July 25 – July 29 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $185

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Go Green in 3D, and Paper Making and Basketry Stephanie Saccone, Eve Barenholtz Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 • Bring a healthy snack from home each day. In this class students will discover how to make art by upcycling materials that might otherwise be discarded. Students and instructors will bring in found materials and with a few tricks and extras, get to work on three-dimensional green pieces like sculptures, lanterns and masks. Students will also have the opportunity to use unconventional materials and techniques to make a variety of beautiful objects, including cards, boxes and baskets. Stephanie Saccone has directed Summer Quest Art Camps since 2005. She is a decorative painter and web designer who enjoys exploring art’s place in history and in everyday life with children. Eve Barenholtz works with wool, silk and other fibers to make hand-felted items and accessories, silk paper items and basketry. She has taught with Summer Quest since 2005. For more information, contact Stephanie Saccone at stephanie@webbones.com.

designer who enjoys exploring art’s place in history and in everyday life with children. Eve Barenholtz works with wool, silk and other fibers to make hand-felted items and accessories, silk paper items and basketry. She has taught with Summer Quest since 2005. For more information, contact Stephanie Saccone at stephanie@webbones.com.

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Art of the Sea: Multi-Media Art Workshop Young Rembrandts Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders July 11 – July 15 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 If you love art, the sea and relaxing at the beach then this is the workshop for you! During this 5-day multimedia art extravaganza students will learn the skills and techniques that professional artists use to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind masterpieces. You will learn about and then create images of sea animals, landscapes, still-life forms, graphic/line art and a funny cartoon series. You will also learn how the professional artist uses tools like graphite pencil, colored pencil, marker and chalk pastel. Every lesson shares the same theme... the sea, sand and water. Many of your masterpieces will be suitable for framing, gift-giving or proudly displaying in your own home. Art instructors from the Young Rembrandts’ staff will lead this program. For more information, contact Doug Mock at yrrichmond@comcast.net or (804) 423-7764.

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Go Green in 2D, and Felt and Paper Puppetry Stephanie Saccone, Eve Barenholtz Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 • Bring a healthy snack from home each day. In this class students will discover how to make art by upcycling materials that might otherwise be discarded. Students and instructors will bring in found materials and with a few tricks and extras, get to work on two-dimensional green pieces like books, posters and collages. Students will also spend time stitching, gluing and folding wonderful original puppets from felt and paper. Stephanie Saccone has directed Summer Quest Art Camps since 2005. She is a decorative painter and web

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Creating Comic Strips Young Rembrandts Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders July 11 – July 15 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $175 Do you have dreams of becoming a famous cartoonist or illustrator? Have you ever wanted or tried to create your own comic strips? This program is designed for both new and returning artists. You will learn the techniques of a cartoonist and draw a new, one-of-a-kind cartoon series with an emphasis on adding cells/panels/ frames that tells a story or joke. For the serious artist, those just learning or those who simply love to draw this program will unleash the power and creativity in everyone! Art instructors from the Young Rembrandts’ staff will lead this program. For more information, contact Doug Mock at yrrichmond@comcast.net or (804) 423-7764.

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Flowers, Fashion & Fluffy Animals: Multi-Media Drawing Class Young Rembrandts Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 This drawing workshop is for every child who loves to create. From floral still life images, to furry animals to a day of fashion design, this program has it all. Students will use a variety of drawing media to create amazing art. Bring your friends and prepare for a week of fun, imagination and beautiful creations. Art instructors from the Young Rembrandts’ staff will lead this program. For more information, contact Doug Mock at yrrichmond@comcast.net or (804) 423-7764.

Drawing in Pastels Young Rembrandts Rising 2nd – Rising 7th Graders June 27 – July 1 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 • Please wear an old shirt or smock to class each day. Brand new lessons for 2011! Open to both new and returning artists. This wonderful art medium combined with fun and exciting subject matter will inspire your young artist to create again and again. During this workshop you will learn the skills necessary to draw using chalk pastels. Students will study famous artists, famous works of art and popular artistic styles as they create a variety of large and impressive drawings. Students will learn drawing, shading and blending techniques and how to effectively use color. Each day we will create a new poster size original that is sure to impress. Art instructors from the Young Rembrandts’ staff will lead this program. For more information, contact Doug Mock at yrrichmond@comcast.net or (804) 423-7764.

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cycle, a large detailed, camouflaged WWII tank, a Model T and a steam locomotive. A variety of art tools will be used to create each day. Art instructors from the Young Rembrandts’ staff will lead this program. For more information, contact Doug Mock at yrrichmond@comcast.net or (804) 423-7764.

Pirate Adventures: Drawing/Cartooning Workshop Young Rembrandts Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 Ahoy mates! The mystery and intrigue of pirates await… and has never been so much fun! Join us as we explore the exciting world of pirates with new drawing and cartooning adventures. Pirates, treasure maps, sunken treasures, parrots, a grand pirate ship and more will inspire us as we use realistic drawing as well as cartoon techniques. Students will learn art terminology, will use a variety of art tools and will study the importance of layout, composition and color theory as they experience a fun, one-of-a-kind workshop. Art instructors from the Young Rembrandts’ staff will lead this program. For more information, contact Doug Mock at yrrichmond@comcast.net or (804) 423-7764.

Watercolor Magic Young Rembrandts Rising 2nd – Rising 7th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 Brand new lessons for 2011! Open to both new and returning artists. This program will introduce your young artist to the wonderful and creative world of watercolors. Campers will learn about and use all of the tools necessary to create this medium. Each day we will create unique and one-of-a-kind compositions using wet-onwet, dry brush and relief techniques. Artists will practice both controlled and loose watercolor skills and will also be introduced to watercolor pencils and how to use them with success. This is a wonderful program to introduce the watercolor artist to the tools, skills and effects that only watercolor can deliver. Art instructors from the Young Rembrandts’ staff will lead this program. For more information, contact Doug Mock at yrrichmond@comcast.net or (804) 423-7764.

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Vehicle Drawing: Planes, Trains Automobiles and More! Young Rembrandts Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 If you like to draw vehicles then this is the program for you! Each day you will learn to draw modes of transportation while learning artistic techniques and skills to create your masterpiece. Your lessons will include creating a “Hummer”ATV, a sports car, a fighter jet and the space shuttle. You will also create a large “Harley®-style” motor-

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Drama Acting on Film Ted Shaffner Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders Session I: July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm *Session II: July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $200 per session *NOTE: Attending Session I is a prerequisite to attend Session II. Learn to be the movie star you’ve always wanted to be! In this summer program, we’ll explore the techniques for film acting through working on monologues and scenes. Each day, we will study techniques that will release natural talent, build confidence and artistic discrimination, and create opportunities to release genuine spontaneous behavior. Session I will focus on building the acting techniques, and can be taken as a stand-alone course. In Session II we will create an actual film in conjunction with the Summer Quest Film Editing and Production camp, and at the end of the week you’ll be able to take home a DVD of the work we have created. Students who wish to be part of Session II must also participate in Session I. Ted Shaffner is the Collegiate Upper School Theater Director and an English Teacher. He directed professionally for ten years before moving to Richmond and now is in his seventh year at Collegiate. He has worked with a wide range of actors of all ages including Mark Rydell, the Oscar-winning director of On Golden Pond, and has been taught by Collin Wilcox, an actress best known for her role as May Ella Ewell in To Kill A Mockingbird. For more information, contact Ted Shaffner at tshaffner@collegiate-va.org.

original project. Session I can be taken as a stand-alone session where we will study the art of film editing, using such programs as iMovie and Final Cut Pro. In Session II we will produce an original project of our own work in conjunction with the Summer Quest Acting on Film camp. At the end of the second week you will take home a DVD of the work we create together. Students who wish to attend Session II must also participate in Session I. Jon Shelley is the Theater Manager at Collegiate, where you may have seen some of his lighting designs and special effects. He graduated from Virginia Tech with concentrations in Technical Theater and Directing. Jon has produced videos for Collegiate School and Synergy Racing, among others, as well as design projects for various local and national dance and theatrical companies. For more information, contact Jon Shelley at jshelley@collegiate-va.org.

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Let’s Create a Show! Jenny Hundley Ages 9 – 14 July 5 – July 15 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm This camp is two weeks in length. (No camp on Monday, July 4th) $360 This acting camp will encourage students to create characters that they want to play while learning about all aspects of putting together a theatrical production. The first week will focus on character development and creating a story and the second week will emphasize the use of costumes, lights and sound to help tell our story. On the last day of camp we will invite parents and friends to join us in the Drama Room for a performance of what the campers create! Jenny Hundley has been teaching drama at Collegiate since 1991. She continues to work professionally as an actress and director. For more information, contact Jenny Hundley at jhundley@collegiate-va.org.

Film Editing and Production Jon Shelley Rising 7th – Rising 12th Graders Session I: July 18 – July 22 • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm *Session II: July 25 – July 29 • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm $350 per session • Lunch will be provided. *NOTE: Attending Session I is a prerequisite to attend Session II. How does a movie get from your head onto the big screen? Come be a part of the process through which films are created. We will study the film production and editing techniques of such directors as Stephen Spielberg and Peter Jackson and then apply these techniques to an 29


Extended Care Rising K – Rising 7th Graders Do you need care for your child before, after or in between attending Summer Quest camps? Or, does your child just need to eat lunch before continuing his or her Summer Quest camp activities? Extended Care serves as “home base” for campers while they attend camp(s) at Summer Quest. The program is available for campers who are enrolled in a Summer Quest camp during the week they are registered for Extended Care. If a camper attends the Lunch Bunch Extended Care session from 12:00 – 1:00, a lunch should be brought from home or may be purchased in the cafeteria at the time of registration. Summer Quest Staff will escort campers to and from classes and camps. Extended Care offers a variety of activities for campers to choose from including: basketball, playground fun, movies, LEGOS, board games, cards, computer games, video games (Wii and Play Station), doll houses and dolls, art activities and much more! Snacks are provided during afternoon sessions. Extended Care Sessions are offered during these weeks:

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Session I:............................. June 13 – June 17 Session II:........................... June 20 – June 24 Session III: . ....................... June 27 – July 1 Session IV: ......................... July 11 – July 15 Session V: .......................... July 18 – July 22 Session VI:.......................... July 25 – July 29 Session VII:........................ August 1 – August 5

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afternoon Summer Quest camps, Lunch Bunch care is included at no cost.

• Please be sure to note the need for Lunch Bunch on your registration form.

Choose one or more of these Extended Care weekly options in addition to at least one Summer Quest camp:

• Campers should bring a healthy lunch from home each day or they have the option to purchase lunch from our cafeteria for an additional $18 for the week. Campers will not have the option to purchase lunch during Session I or VII.

(M) Morning 7:45 am – 9:00 am (LB) Lunch Bunch* 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (A) Afternoon 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm (L) Additional for a purchased lunch

For more information regarding Extended Care, contact the Summer Quest office at summerquest@collegiate-va.org or (804) 740-7077 ext. 1223.

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Gina N. Chapman, Director Gina Chapman has eleven years of experience in Collegiate childcare and has served as the Director of the Cougar Care program since 2004.

Cougar Care

Mia White, Associate Director Mia White has been working in Collegiate summer camps since 2002 and has been the Associate Director of Cougar Care for four years.

Cougar Care is located on the south end of Nunnally Hall on the Lower School campus. Camp activities will include hands-on enrichment activities, art and crafts, science, dramatic play, games, story time, and free play. Cougar Care is a licensed childcare program; therefore all students who do not attend Cougar Care during the school year, must provide a copy of his/her birth certificate and immunization record. Please note that Cougar Care is a “peanut free” facility. For more information, contact Cougar Care at (804) 740-4896.

Five Sessions (M) Morning: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm • $195 per session (A) Afternoon Extended Care: 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm • $195 per session – not available session V (F) Full: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm • $300 per session – not available session V Campers should bring a daily snack and extended day campers should also bring a lunch.

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16 months – 41/2 year olds

America the Beautiful

Wild, Wild, West

Session I: June 27 – July 1 16 months – 35 months Our Stars and Stripes are packed with spirit. We will celebrate our country’s independence with songs, streamers, flags and fun!

Session IV: July 25 – July 29 16 months – 4 1/2 year olds Put on your boots and get ready for some fun. We are going out West where the horses run! Giddy-up cowboys and cowgirls!

Oh, Those Icky Bugs

Oceans Away

Sessions II: July 11 – July 15 16 months – 35 months Oh, how we love those icky bugs! Explore all our favorite creepy crawlers, and learn what a bug’s life is all about.

Session V: August 1 – August 5 (Morning Only) 16 months – 4 1/2 year olds Deep in the ocean where the dolphins swim, we will explore amazing sea life and wonders below. Play in the water and search for seashells. It’s a beach blast week!

The Circus is Coming to Town Session III: July 18 – July 22 16 months – 35 months The big top is always loads of fun with elephants, clowns, popcorn, and lots of pretending. Join our ringmaster in an exciting week including an all-star show with special guest appearances.

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Andrew Stanley, Director Andrew Stanley came to Collegiate in 1996, and has been the director of Summer Quest Sports since 1999. He is the head coach of the varsity boys’ lacrosse team, the associate director of admission, an associate director of athletics and coaches in the Middle School. Andrew also serves as the executive director of the Geronimo Lacrosse program. For more information about any Summer Quest Sports offering, contact Andrew Stanley at astanley@collegiate-va.org or (804) 741-9703. All participants in Summer Quest Sports will receive a T-shirt for their camp. Summer Quest Sports camps will divide participants based on age, skill or both as is appropriate for each camp. Participants in camps for field sports should bring appropriate indoor shoes for days when inclement weather forces us inside. Some Summer Quest Sports programs can be combined with an Extended Care option; please see page 30 for more information.

as well as work together as teammates in game situations. In the Intermediate Camp, campers will be divided into age appropriate groups. Come have some fun! Rives and Robby have been running Summer Quest camps for over fifteen years. For more information, contact Rives Fleming at rfleming@collegiate-va.org or Robby Turner at rturner@collegiate-va.org.

In order to prevent heat-related stress and illness during summer sports camps, Collegiate recommends that your child bring their own filled water bottle or sports drink to hydrate before, during and after activity. We also recommend that each child be fueled for activity by having something to eat and drink prior to the start of camp each day. All sports camps will have water coolers available to refill bottles and will follow Collegiate’s heat-related activity guidelines for water breaks and rest periods.

Youth Cougar Baseball Andrew Slater Rising K – Rising 5th Graders Session I: June 13 – June 17 • 9:00 am – 11:00 am Session II: July 11 – July 15 • 9:00 am – 11:00 am Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 per session • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. This introductory camp specializes in teaching the fundamentals of throwing, hitting, fielding and base running in a fun and energetic atmosphere. Children will be divided by age and skill level. The goal of the camp is for campers to receive a baseline of proper fundamentals and to have fun while playing America’s pastime. Each camper should bring a hat and glove to camp each day. In addition to a T-shirt campers will receive a photo of Collegiate’s Sam Newell Field. Andrew Slater is a 1996 graduate of Collegiate and the head varsity baseball coach and program leader. He played baseball and football at the University of Richmond and played baseball at Auburn University. Before coming to Collegiate in 2008, Coach Slater spent seven years as an assistant college baseball coach at VMI and Western Kentucky University. For more information, contact Andrew Slater at aslater@collegiate-va.org.

Youth All-Sports Camp Rives Fleming, Robby Turner Rising K – Rising 2nd Graders (Coed) Session I: July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Session II: July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $170 per session • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day.

Intermediate All-Sports Camp Rives Fleming, Robby Turner Rising 3rd – Rising 8th Graders (Coed) Session I: July 18 – July 22 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Session II: July 25 – July 29• 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 per session • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Join us as we celebrate over two decades of All-Sports Camp. Collegiate coaches Rives Fleming and Robby Turner will lead campers in this journey through the world of sports. Learn the rules and skills of many different sports, ranging from traditional sports (such as football and baseball) to the more obscure (floor hockey, Ultimate Nerf, and Sleddball). Campers will learn individual skills, 32


Baseball Advanced Skill Development Camp Andrew Slater Rising 5th – Rising 12th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. This camp focuses on the overall skill development of middle and upper school ball players. Comprehensive work will be put into the skills of proper throwing, hitting, individual defense and base running. Each camper will receive a camp T-shirt as well as a packet of drills and concepts from the week. Each camper should bring a glove, bat (optional) and cleats to camp each day. Former Cougar baseball players will staff the camp. Guest appearances will include former college/pro players from the Richmond area along with VMI Head Coach Marlin Ikenberry. Andrew Slater is a 1996 graduate of Collegiate and the head varsity baseball coach and program leader. He played baseball and football at the University of Richmond and played baseball at Auburn University. Before coming to Collegiate, in 2008, Coach Slater spent seven years as an assistant college baseball coach at VMI and Western Kentucky University For more information, contact Andrew Slater at aslater@collegiate-va.org.

Andrew Slater is a 1996 graduate of Collegiate and the head varsity baseball coach and program leader. He played baseball and football at the University of Richmond and played baseball at Auburn University. Before coming to Collegiate, in 2008, Coach Slater spent seven years as an assistant college baseball coach at VMI and Western Kentucky University For more information, contact Andrew Slater at aslater@collegiate-va.org.

Girls’ Beginner/Intermediate Basketball Camp Rives Fleming Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders June 13 – June 17 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. This camp is for both the novice and the more experienced basketball player. Campers will learn offensive and defensive fundamentals as well as overall court strategy. The emphasis will be on having fun, learning the skills, and applying them in game situations. Come for an exciting week of basketball with Rives Fleming, the Collegiate girls’ head varsity coach, and Robby Turner the head JV coach. Rives and Robby are both Collegiate teachers and have been running Summer Quest camps for over fifteen years. For more information, contact Rives Fleming at rfleming@collegiate-va.org.

Elite Hitting Baseball Camp Andrew Slater Rising 6th – Rising 12th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. This camp is geared to the advanced player who aspires to improve. Ten hours of hitting in five days will give each player extensive work with the advanced hitting techniques and concepts of the college level hitter. Camp will be in an up-tempo environment designed around intensive instruction to improve one’s swing mechanics and overall approach to hitting. Each camper will be videoed and video breakdown will be a daily feature of camp. Each camper will receive a personal evaluation and a packet of drills to use throughout the year. This camp will also feature a guest appearance by VMI Head Coach Marlin Ikenberry. Each camper should bring a bat and turf shoes to camp each day. Camp will be in our indoor, air-conditioned, turf facility at our Robins Campus. All hitting will occur in our two new state of the art batting cages.

Youth Basketball Camp Rives Fleming, Alex Peavey Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders (Coed) June 20 – June 24 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. This camp provides a fun and competitive instructional environment for learning the game of basketball. The basic offensive and defensive fundamentals will be emphasized, both in teaching situations and within the

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framework of games and contests. Collegiate’s head boy’s and girls’ varsity basketball coaches, Alex Peavey and Rives Fleming, will direct this camp. They will be assisted by Robby Turner, head JV coach and Lower School teacher, and other Collegiate coaches and players. For more information, contact Rives Fleming at rfleming@collegiate-va.org.

give the campers a real way to apply their new skills. This camp is geared for serious players to get better! In addition to a T-shirt, each camper will receive a ball and reversible jersey. Prior to coming to Collegiate in 2004 as the head varsity boys’ basketball coach, Alex Peavey spent four years as a Division I assistant coach at Wofford College. Rives Fleming has been the head girls’ varsity basketball coach at Collegiate since 1997 and has run basketball camps at Collegiate since 1990. For more information, contact Alex Peavey at apeavey@collegiate-va.org.

Girls’ Advanced Basketball Camp Rives Fleming Rising 5th – Rising 9th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. This camp is designed to help the player who wants to get better while providing a fun and competitive environment to learn the game of basketball. We will emphasize the basic offensive and defensive fundamentals, both in teaching situations and within the framework of games and contests. You will receive a lot of individualized attention from Collegiate’s varsity and JV coaches, Rives Fleming and Robby Turner. Rives and Robby are both Collegiate teachers and have run Summer Quest camps for over fifteen years. We hope to see you there! For more information, contact Rives Fleming at rfleming@collegiate-va.org.

Boys’ Middle School Basketball Camp Alex Peavey Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders July 11 – July 15 • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $215 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. This is the perfect camp for boys who are looking for a fun week of basketball under the direction of the Collegiate boys’ varsity basketball coaching staff. This offering is appropriate for middle school players of all abilities who want to improve their skills through games, contests, and fundamental drills. The positive and energetic atmosphere will ensure the ideal environment for the beginner who is trying to learn new skills, and it will help the more advanced player take his game to the next level. Most importantly, this camp will remind us all why we love this game! Prior to coming to Collegiate in 2004 as the head varsity boys’ basketball coach, Alex Peavey spent four years as a Division I assistant coach at Wofford College. In addition to coaching basketball, Alex is a counselor in Collegiate’s Upper School. For more information, contact Alex Peavey at apeavey@collegiate-va.org.

THE ROCK Advanced Basketball Camp Alex Peavey, Rives Fleming Rising 4th – Rising 12th Graders (Coed) June 27 – July 1 • 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Camp will end at 12:00 pm on Friday, July 1. $275 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. • Lunch will be provided Monday – Thursday. THE ROCK Basketball Camp is for more accomplished players trying to get a head start on the upcoming basketball season by developing individual skills and fostering the concepts of team play. Campers will be divided into appropriate age groups and skill levels to maximize their learning experience. Activities will include teaching stations twice during the day to emphasize skill development, a chance to shoot 100 shots per day, and a video evaluation of every camper’s shooting form. In addition, daily contests and a three-on-three tournament

Girls’ Youth Field Hockey Camp Karen Doxey Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders June 20 – June 23 • 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm Monday – Thursday Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. Learn the basic skills and rules of field hockey in a fun-filled atmosphere geared to the younger player of any 34


basics of blocking, passing, running, and receiving. This is a great opportunity for younger players to begin to learn the system that is used throughout the Collegiate School football program. Each session will consist of an instructional period followed by a practice session and concluding with games. Each camper will receive a T-shirt. Riddell will provide additional daily giveaways and prizes. Clinicians at the camp will include coaches and players from Collegiate’s football program. Campers will be grouped by age and ability. Andrew Stanley taught in the Lower and Middle Schools for thirteen years and serves as the head eighth grade football coach. Brian Justice is the head seventh grade football coach at Collegiate as well as an Upper School teacher. For more information, contact Andrew Stanley at astanley@collegiate-va.org.

skill level. We will focus on the fundamentals through individual work, partner drills, and small-sided games. To enhance skill development we will use our Field Turf and Bermuda fields along with our air-conditioned turf gym, which are optimal surfaces for players of any level. Each camper will receive a ball and a T-shirt. Participants will need to bring their own stick, mouthguard, and shinguards. Karen Doxey is the head varsity field hockey coach and Co-Director of Athletics at Collegiate School. For more information contact Karen Doxey at kdoxey@collegiate-va.org.

Golf Camp Michael Brost Rising 4th – Rising 8th Graders (Coed) All skill levels are welcome. June 13 – June 16 Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday • 8:30 am – 10:30 am Wednesday • 8:30 am – 12:30 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $215 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Golf is a sport that can be played for a lifetime, and the younger one begins to play, the better one becomes. This camp is designed to work on the finer points of the game. Emphasis will be placed on “the fundamentals” (grip, posture, alignment),“the short game”(putting, chipping, pitching),“the tee game”(driver, three wood), and strategy. We will employ fun, instructive, and competitive games that each camper will be able to use after camp has

Girls’ Field Hockey Camp Karen Doxey Rising 6th – Rising 10th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $215 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. This program provides a fun-filled environment for girls to learn or refine the fundamental techniques and tactics of field hockey. Emphasis is on individual improvement for both new and experienced players. Campers will receive a T-shirt. Participants will need to bring their own stick, mouthguard, and shinguards. Karen Doxey is the head varsity field hockey coach and Co-Director of Athletics at Collegiate School. For more information, contact Karen Doxey at kdoxey@collegiate-va.org.

Riddell Flag Football Camp Andrew Stanley, Brian Justice Rising 1st – Rising 6th Graders Session I: June 27 – July 1 • 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Session II: July 25 – July 29 • 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm $170 per session • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. This camp will focus on the basics of the game of football. Rules of the game will be taught along with the 35


ended. Campers must provide their own clubs and will receive a play day at the Windy Hill par 3 course and a Collegiate School T-shirt. Prizes will be awarded throughout the week. This camp will be staffed by Collegiate School varsity golfers and will feature appearances by notable PGA professionals. Michael has been the golf coach at Collegiate since 2002. During his tenure Collegiate has achieved two Prep League team championships and has had a number of individual champions. For more information, contact Michael Brost at mbrost@collegiate-va.org.

Andrew Stanley is Collegiate’s head boys’ varsity lacrosse coach and a former fifth grade teacher at Collegiate. He will be assisted by Trip Featherston, the head JV lacrosse coach and a Middle School physical education teacher at Collegiate. Additionally, the camp will feature guest clinicians focusing on a variety of lacrosse related topics. For more information or equipment purchase, contact Andrew Stanley at astanley@collegiate-va.org.

Onyx Boys’ Lacrosse Camp Andrew Stanley Rising 4th – Rising 12th Graders June 20 – June 24 • 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $325 • Bring a lunch and filled water bottle from home each day. This camp emphasizes game strategy and skill refinement and serves as a great tune-up for summer tournaments and recruiting camps. All aspects of playing competitive lacrosse will be covered. Campers should bring their own equipment, including: helmet, molded mouthguard, stick, shoulder pads, arm pads, and gloves. They will receive a reversible jersey and prizes from Onyx Lacrosse along with a camp T-shirt. Individual and small group instruction will be offered. These sessions will be customized based on the skills and experience of the camper. Guest clinicians will include college coaches from top Division I and Division III programs. The camp will feature an outstanding staff of players and coaches from the professional and college ranks, including members of Collegiate’s recent teams. Expected to return to camp this summer are: Ryan Wellner – Defensive Coordinator, Stony Brook University • Former assistant coach, Washington and Lee University, Stevens Institute of Technology, The United States Merchant Marine Academy and Chaminade HS, Long Island, N.Y. • Owner / Director, Celtic Lacrosse Camps and New York Lacrosse Academy • Former Lacrosse Operations Coordinator, National Lacrosse League

Boys’ Youth Lacrosse Camp Sponsored by: Andrew Stanley Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders June 13 – June 17 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. This dynamic camp will focus on the fundamentals: stick handling, basic rules, and drills. This is a great camp for learning about lacrosse or brushing up on individual skills. The camp will feature prizes and giveaways provided by Brine Lacrosse. Campers should bring their own equipment including: helmet, molded mouthguard, stick, shoulder pads, arm pads, and gloves. Andrew Stanley, Collegiate’s head boys’ varsity lacrosse coach, taught in the lower and middle school at Collegiate for thirteen years. Along with a number of local high school and college players, the staff will include Trip Featherston, the head JV lacrosse coach and a Middle School physical education teacher at Collegiate. For more information or equipment purchase, contact Andrew Stanley at astanley@collegiate-va.org.

Boys’ Lacrosse Camp Sponsored by: Andrew Stanley Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders June 13 – June 17 • 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. This is a great camp for the beginner or advanced player who wants to hone specific skills and improve performance in game situations. The camp will feature prizes and giveaways provided by Brine Lacrosse. Campers should bring their own equipment, including: helmet, molded mouthguard, stick, shoulder pads, arm pads, and gloves. 36


John Burke – Head Lacrosse Coach, St. Christopher’s School • Member of the 2007 Selection Committee for the United Stated Under 19 National Team • 2007 VISAA Boys’ Lacrosse Man of the Year Jim Loffredo – One of the top face-off coaches in the country • All-Conference performer, Ohio Wesleyan University 1992-1995 • All American – 1995 • Former assistant coach, Hilliard Davidson HS, Albemarle HS, and Collegiate School • Current lacrosse official and face-off consultant for various college and high school programs throughout Central Virginia Steve Billings – Assistant Coach, Collegiate School • Former Head Coach DI Radford University Andrew O’Shea – Assistant Coach, Collegiate School • Program Administrator, Geronimo Lacrosse • Standout Midfielder, Hampden Sydney College Andrew Stanley is the head varsity boys’ lacrosse coach at Collegiate, the executive director of Geronimo Lacrosse and a CEP level 1 and level 2 trainer for US Lacrosse. For more information or equipment purchase, contact Andrew Stanley at astanley@collegiate-va.org.

The Next Step: Geronimo Boys’ Lacrosse Sponsored by: Andrew Stanley, Andrew O’Shea Rising 5th – Rising 10th Graders August 1 – August 5 • 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Whether you are a Geronimo player focused on improving your game for Middle School lacrosse, a middle school player hoping to dominate at the high school level or a high school player with college aspirations, this is a week of lacrosse you can’t afford to miss! This will be a week full of teaching and technique development designed to meet every player where they are and give them the tools they need to take The Next Step. There will be three divisions of players during this fast paced week… – Rising 5th/6th graders will develop the keys to mastering Middle School lacrosse at the youth league and school level. – Rising 7th/8th graders will focus on the techniques that allow players to stand out on their Middle School teams and prepare them for JV lacrosse. – Rising 9th/10th graders will hone the skills that are needed to dominate the high school fields and get recognized by college coaches. The camp staff will consist of high school and club coaches, and current and former MLL, DI and DIII players. Last year featured UVA player Mikey Thompson (currently UVA assistant coach), MLL players Ken Clausen of the Denver Outlaws, and Brian Carroll and Buggs Combs from the Chesapeake Bayhawks along with a number of current ODAC and ACC players! Reversible jerseys and giveaways will be provided by Brine. Campers should bring their own equipment including: helmet, mouthguard, stick, shoulder pads, arm pads and gloves. We hope to see you on the field and we look forward to helping you take the Next Step! Andrew Stanley is the head varsity boys’ lacrosse coach at Collegiate, the executive director of Geronimo Lacrosse and a CEP level 1 and level 2 trainer for US Lacrosse. For more information or equipment purchase, contact Andrew Stanley at astanley@collegiate-va.org.

Geronimo Boys’ Youth Lacrosse Camp Sponsored by: Andrew Stanley Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders August 1 – August 5 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $215 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. This dynamic camp will continue the tradition of spring Geronimo clinics into the summer months by focusing on the fundamentals: stick handling, basic rules, and drills. In addition, campers will participate in daily games that will allow them to hone their skills in a competitive atmosphere. They will receive a Brine reversible jersey, a camp T-shirt, and additional Brine Lacrosse prizes and giveaways that will be distributed throughout the week. Campers should bring their own equipment including: helmet, mouthguard, stick, shoulder pads, arm pads and gloves. Andrew Stanley, Collegiate’s head boys’ varsity lacrosse coach, has taught in the lower and middle school at Collegiate for thirteen years. He leads the Pathfinder division and serves as the executive director of Geronimo Lacrosse. Along with a number of local high school and college players, the camp will be staffed by Trip Featherston, the head JV lacrosse coach and a Middle School physical education teacher at Collegiate. For more information or equipment purchase, contact Andrew Stanley at astanley@collegiate-va.org. 37


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tive LIS Championship. Over the past twelve years Annie has coached athletes of all abilities from youth through the international level. She came to Collegiate from Virginia Tech where she coached the Hokies for two years and her coaching career also includes a bronze medal finish at the 2005 World Cup with the England National Team. In addition, Jenny Lindner will join the coaching staff. She has played and coached at the college level, and now teaches physical education to 2nd – 8th graders and coaches Middle School and varsity lacrosse at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School in Alexandria, VA. For more information or equipment purchase, contact Annie Richards at arichards@collegiate-va.org.

Annie Richards Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders June 13 – June 17 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $170 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. This camp is a fun-filled introduction to the game of girls’ lacrosse. We will cover all of the basic skills through lively drills and games. A strong foundation in the basics is necessary to be successful at the higher levels, and this camp will provide a positive environment where each camper will be encouraged and her skills developed. Special prizes will be given out at the end of the week. Campers should bring a stick, mouthguard, certified protective goggles, and cleats or sneakers. Annie Richards is the girls’ lacrosse program leader and head varsity coach at Collegiate. In 2010 she guided Collegiate to its sixth consecutive LIS Championship. Over the past twelve years Annie has coached athletes of all abilities from youth through the international level. She came to Collegiate from Virginia Tech where she coached the Hokies for two years and her coaching career also includes a bronze medal finish at the 2005 World Cup with the England National Team. In addition, Jenny Lindner will join the coaching staff. She has played and coached at the college level, and now teaches physical education to 2nd – 8th graders and coaches Middle School and varsity lacrosse at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School in Alexandria, VA. For more information or equipment purchase, contact Annie Richards at arichards@collegiate-va.org.

Geronimo Girls’ Lacrosse Camp Annie Richards Rising 5th – Rising 10th Graders August 1 – August 5 • 9:00 am – 11:00 am $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Continuing the Geronimo tradition into the summer, Annie Richards will take campers to the next level with the skill instruction and player development strategies needed for success at the middle and high school levels. A variety of lacrosse skills will be practiced through fun drills and game scenarios. Emphasis will be on individual improvement as well as developing team strategy. Special prizes will be given out at the end of the week. Please bring a stick, goggles, mouthguard, and cleats or sneakers. Annie Richards is the girls’ lacrosse program leader and head coach of the girls’ varsity lacrosse team at Collegiate. In 2010 she guided Collegiate to its sixth consecutive LIS Championship. Over the past twelve years Annie has coached athletes of all abilities from youth through the international level. She came to Collegiate from Virginia Tech where she coached the Hokies for two years and her coaching career also includes a bronze medal finish at the 2005 World Cup with the England National Team. In addition, Jenny Lindner will join the coaching staff. She has played and coached at the college level, and now teaches physical education to 2nd – 8th graders and coaches Middle School and varsity lacrosse at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School in Alexandria, VA. For more information or equipment purchase, contact Annie Richards at arichards@collegiate-va.org.

Girls’ Lacrosse Camp Annie Richards Rising 5th – Rising 10th Graders June 13 – June 17 • 9:00 am – 11:00 am $170 • Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day. The focus of this week will be having fun while learning the fundamental tactics and techniques of girls’ lacrosse while continuing to build upon the strong foundation of the basic skills. We will focus on a variety of lacrosse skills through diverse drills and game situations with an emphasis on individual improvement for both novice and experienced players. Special prizes will be given out at the end of the week. Please bring a stick, goggles, mouthguard, and cleats or sneakers. Annie Richards is the girls’ lacrosse program leader and head coach of the girls’ varsity lacrosse team at Collegiate. In 2010 she guided Collegiate to its sixth consecu38


Summer Youth Soccer Camp

Richmond Kickers Goalkeeping Academy

Page Chapman Rising 1st – Rising 5th Graders (Coed) June 27 – July 1 • 8:30 am- 3:00 pm Camp will end at 1:00 pm on Friday, July 1. $325 • Bring a lunch and filled water bottle from home each day. The focus of the camp will be on small group work and fun games that promote skill development. This coed camp is open to players of all levels of experience and ability. Skill development will be emphasized in a game-based environment. During this week, players will receive more quality “time on the ball” than during an entire recreational season. Players will receive a soccer ball in addition to a T-shirt. Players should bring cleats and indoor athletic shoes (in case of rain and for indoor soccer). The camp will also feature a visit from the Richmond Kickers and Kickaroo! Page Chapman is a Lower School physical education teacher, Collegiate head JV boys’ soccer coach, indoor soccer coach and a long time club coach in the Richmond area. The staff will also include the JV boys coach and middle school history teacher David Fuller, current and former members of the Collegiate School Soccer Program, and other soccer coaches from the Collegiate community. For more information, contact Page Chapman at pchapman@collegiate-va.org.

Ages 8 – 18 (Coed) July 11 – July 15 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $195 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Under the instruction of nationally licensed coaches and pro players, all goalkeepers will receive age-appropriate instruction on all aspects of goalkeeping. Areas to be covered will include positioning, handling, agility, coordination, distribution, and decision-making. All campers will receive a Richmond Kickers T-shirt and a free ticket to a Kickers home game. For more information, contact Andy McIntosh at amcintosh@richmondkickers.com

Girls’ Youth Softball Skills Camp Robby Turner Rising K – Rising 4th Graders July 18 – July 22nd • 4:00 pm – 6:00pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Remember playing wiffle-ball in the backyard when you were a kid? All you needed was a plastic ball, a bat and some bases. Well softball has come a long way since then, but the fundamental game remains the same and the fun that comes from playing the game the right way still remains. Learn to play the game of softball the way it was meant to be played. Don’t worry about the expensive bats and high priced gloves and come out and have some fun. This camp is designed for girls who would like to learn the beginning skills associated with softball in a fun, low-key manner. Campers will learn how to throw, field, hit, catch and run the bases through age appropriate games and drills. Puppet friends and an occasional guitar have been known to find their way onto the field with the younger girls. While current and past Collegiate softball players and coaches will makesure that the older girls are challenged and taught the skill that they will need to play at the next level. Robby Turner teaches kindergarten in the Collegiate Lower School, and he has coached baseball on the elementary, middle, JV, and varsity levels. He was named the softball program leader and head varsity coach at Collegiate in 2010. Campers should bring a baseball/ softball cap, and glove. Extra gloves will be on hand for those who need them. For more information, contact Robby Turner at rturner@collegiate-va.org.

Richmond Kickers Goal Scoring Academy Ages 8 – 18 (Coed) July 11 – July 15 • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $195 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Under the instruction of nationally licensed coaches and pro players, all attendees will receive age-appropriate, specialized instruction on all technical and tactical aspects of scoring goals. Areas to be covered will include positioning, ball striking, agility, heading, and decisionmaking. All campers will receive a Richmond Kickers T-shirt and a free ticket to a Kickers home game. For more information, contact Andy McIntosh at amcintosh@richmondkickers.com. 39


program leader, head varsity girls’ coach and head JV boys’ coach at Collegiate School. The Collegiate girls’ tennis team captured the 2010 LIS Championship. For more information, contact Karin Whitt at kwhitt@collegiate-va.org.

Raise a Racket! – Youth Tennis Camp Chris Conquest Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders (Coed) July 25 – July 29 • 9:00 am – 11:00 am Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day.

Girls’ Softball Camp Robby Turner Rising 5th – Rising 12th Graders July 25 – July 29 • 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Don’t miss the fun this summer! This camp is designed to teach and refine skills that are necessary to play the game of softball. Campers will learn about softball through skills and drills that are age appropriate as well as fun. Hitting, fielding, running and throwing will be taught in a manner that stresses strong fundamentals and correct form. Daily contests, competitions and prizes will make each day fun-filled and exciting and help bring the game of softball alive. Campers should bring a baseball/softball cap and glove. Extra gloves will be on hand for those who need them. Robby Turner teaches kindergarten in the Collegiate Lower School, and he has coached baseball on the elementary, middle, JV, and varsity levels. He was named the softball program leader and head varsity coach at Collegiate in 2010. For more information, contact Robby Turner at rturner@collegiate-va.org.

Racket Science - Beginner/ Intermediate Tennis Camp Chris Conquest Rising 5th – Rising 8th Graders (Coed) July 25 – July 29 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Tennis is a sport everyone can enjoy for a lifetime. Improve your skills through five fun-filled days of direct quality instruction, drills, strategy-and-fitness sessions, and games. Meet and play with members of Collegiate’s varsity team. Coach Conquest will use his years of experience as a nationally ranked player and high school and college coach to help you develop the skills and strategies you need to take your game to the next level. Whether you are working on how to hit a forehand or how to play points more strategically, these camps will be a great fit for you. Each camper will receive a T-shirt. Campers should bring a tennis racquet, hat, and towel. Chris Conquest is the head varsity boys’ tennis coach at Collegiate, where he has coached four State Championship teams. Formerly nationally ranked as a junior and as an adult, he coached two years at Princeton University and nine years at St. Catherine’s School. In 2010 Chris Conquest guided the team to its second consecutive Prep League and State Championships. He will be assisted by members of the Collegiate varsity tennis teams. For more information, contact Chris Conquest at cconquest@collegiate-va.org.

Intermediate/Advanced Tennis Camp Karin Whitt Rising 7th – Rising 12th Grades (Coed) July 18 – July 22 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Collegiate School Robins Campus $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. Do you want to make the jump from JV to varsity, or perhaps break into the varsity top six? If so, this is the camp for you! This five-day camp will include: drills, strength and conditioning, singles and doubles strategy sessions, and competitive games. Each Camper will receive a T-shirt. Campers should bring a tennis raquet, towel, and jump rope. Karin Whitt is in her fourthyear as girls’ tennis 40


Girls’ Beginner/Intermediate Volleyball Camp

to gain success in an atmosphere that is fun and competitive. This camp will also include sessions on nutrition, strength training, and mental preparation in order to give athletes all of the components to become a complete athlete. Athletes will receive high quality training and instruction by a staff that includes current and former college athletes as well as a select group of high school coaches, all of whom have a passion for volleyball and want to share their knowledge and experience. Each Camper will receive a T-shirt. Campers should bring kneepads. Amanda Cowgill is a Middle School physical education teacher, volleyball program leader and head varsity volleyball coach at Collegiate. Amanda played Division I volleyball at James Madison University for four years and has coached Richmond Volleyball Club’s travel teams. For more information, contact Amanda Cowgill at acowgill@collegiate-va.org.

Amanda Cowgill Rising 4th – Rising 9th Graders July 11 – July 15 • 9:00 am – 11:00 am $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. The Beginner/Intermediate camp is perfect for all newcomers to volleyball or players with one or two years of experience. This camp will focus on developing and improving the fundamental skills of the game, including passing, setting, serving, and hitting. Fun drills, competitions, and games will be used to reinforce the basic skills. Each camper will receive a T-shirt. Campers should bring kneepads. Amanda Cowgill is a Middle School physical education teacher, volleyball program leader and head varsity coach at Collegiate. Amanda played Division I volleyball at James Madison University for four years and coached a travel volleyball team for Richmond Volleyball Club. For more information, contact Amanda Cowgill at acowgill@collegiate-va.org.

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MatCats Wrestling Camp Aaron Marsh Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders August 1 – August 5 • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $170 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. No prior wrestling experience is required for this fun introduction to the sport of wrestling. Wrestling is a great sport that will help increase overall athleticism and develop skills that will help athletes improve in a variety of other sports including football, lacrosse, and soccer among others. Aaron Marsh, the head wrestling coach at Collegiate, will be running the camp. Aaron wrestled at the St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire during high school where he placed at Prep Nationals and went on to wrestle at Williams College. In addition to being the head coach at Collegiate, he has several years of coaching experience in both wrestling and lacrosse at the youth, middle school, high school and college levels. The assistant varsity coach, Mac Friddell will also be coaching at the camp. In addition to being one of the most successful wrestlers in the Collegiate School history, he went on to wrestle in college for Princeton University. Each participant should bring wrestling shoes, shorts, and a T-shirt. For more information, contact Aaron Marsh at aaron_marsh@collegiate-va.org.

Girls’ Intermediate/Advanced Volleyball Camp Amanda Cowgill Rising 8th – Rising 12th Graders July 18 – July 22 • 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm $200 • Bring a filled water bottle from home each day. The Intermediate/Advanced camp is for players who want to take their game to the next level and prepare for the upcoming school season. The camp will focus on continuing the development of proper technique with the essential skills, including passing, setting, serving, blocking, digging, and hitting. Players should be prepared

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Adult Programs How to be a Great Sports Parent Dana Blackmer, Ph.D. Wednesday, July 27 • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $30 Kids will only play a sport if they enjoy it. The strongest determinant of a child’s enjoyment of their sport is their parents – not their coach, not their team, not their sport – their parents! Every sports parent wants to support and motivate their child, but many times the best way to accomplish this isn’t clear. This class will provide practical tips on how to handle many of the challenges faced by today’s sports parents. Learn how to help your child reach his or her full potential without becoming a “pushy parent;” know if you are over- or under-involved in your child’s sport and effectively communicate with coaches. Help your child learn to cope with competitive stress, let go of mistakes, and boost their self-esteem through sports. Time will also be available for participants to share their experiences and ask specific questions that are most relevant to them. Richmond sport psychologist Dana Blackmer, Ph.D. is the founder and owner of The Extra Gear. He is a member of the American Psychological Association's division of exercise and sport psychology and the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. In addition to being an avid cyclist, Dana is a certified USA Cycling coach. He has coached teenage and adult amateur and professional athletes across the United States. For more information, contact Dr. Dana Blackmer at dana@theextragear.com or visit www.extragear.com.

Kick Start for Adults Will O’Brien Mondays and Wednesdays • 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm 16 training sessions – June 13 – August 3 Collegiate School Robins Campus Price Package* 4 training sessions – $100 8 training sessions – $200 16 training sessions – $360 Each participant will be required to fill out a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) prior to their first session. * Child Care will be available as needed for an additional fee. Are you tired of spending hours in the gym with the same old boring workout routine and minimal results? If you are, then we have the opportunity for you to Kick Start your summer and energize your personal fitness and self-confidence. Kick Start is designed to help you lose weight, increase muscle tone and improve your overall fitness. Will O’Brien, Collegiate’s Strength and Conditioning Coach, is offering 16 workouts, 2 days per week throughout the summer. Kick Start is designed for everyone regardless of the current fitness level. Whether you’re an advanced athlete who’s hit a plateau or a beginner who needs a little motivating, this 60 minute routine 2 days per week will help you to achieve your

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goals. Each workout will consist of a combination of resistance training and variety of cardiovascular training. It’s time to stop making excuses and take a step toward being in the best shape of your life. Hurry! Space will be limited to the first 25 eager participants! Since his arrival on campus in the summer of 2005, Coach O’Brien has implemented a program that has had an instant impact. This camp is open to all adults and offers a look into the strength training system that has helped propel Collegiate School athletes to the next level. For more information, contact Will O’Brien at wobrien@collegiate-va.org or visit www.kickstartfitness.leag1.com

things just exactly as they are. Approaching life more mindfully helps us to face and respond to the various challenges that arise each day, and this also enables us to be more fully present and productive when serving those around us in both our professional and personal lives. In this class, participants will learn the same strategies that are taught to doctors, nurses, and medical students at over 200 hospitals and medical schools across the country. This same approach has been used by NBA Head Coach Phil Jackson en route to 11 championships with the Chicago Bulls and LA Lakers. It was also used by the most recent USA Women’s Ice Hockey team who brought home the Olympic gold. Whether you want to be more mindful as a parent, at your work place, with friends, while playing a sport, or just while you enjoy your next meal, this class is for you! Alex Peavey is an Upper School Counselor at Collegiate, where he also teaches a Stress Management class to the freshmen as a part of their health and wellness curriculum. Last year, Alex attended a professional training led by Jon Kabat-Zinn of the UMass Medical Center for Mindfulness, in order to be able to teach MindfulnessBased Stress Reduction, which is the foundation for this summer course. Alex has since led professional development training in mindfulness to the Collegiate faculty, to graduate students in the School of Education at VCU, to the public school counselors in surrounding counties, and to the Delta Kappa Gamma International Society for Women Educators. For more information, contact Alex Peavey at apeavey@collegiate-va.org.

Mindful Living: An Introduction to MindfulnessBased Stress Reduction Alex Peavey July 11 – July 14 • 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm (Monday – Thursday) $150 Do you have too much to do, but too little time? Do you find yourself multitasking throughout the day, rather than truly enjoying one activity at a time? Have you ever felt “stressed out”? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you are probably human, and you can benefit from the strategies taught in this class about living more mindfully. Mindfulness is moment-by-moment intentional awareness of the present, cultivated in a non-judgmental and openhearted manner so that we are able to see these

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Summer Quest Information For More Information

Health and Safety

Visit www.collegiate-va.org and click on “Summer” for up-to-date information throughout the year.

• A registered nurse and a certified athletic trainer are members of our Summer Quest staff.

• Call the Summer Quest office at (804) 740-7077 ext. 1223 or (804) 741-9714, or email summerquest@collegiate-va.org.

• The medical information on the registration form must be completed to attend Summer Quest.

• The Summer Quest office is located in room 123 in the Watt Building on the Lower School Campus. See the campus map on inside back cover for the exact location. The Summer Quest office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. Summer Quest is closed on Monday, July 4th.

Registration, Payment, and Refund Information • To register, each participant must submit a completed registration form and a non-refundable deposit of $50 per course, camp, or extended care session to ensure enrollment prior to May 2. Payments must be made by check to ‘Collegiate School Summer Quest.’ Credit cards are not accepted. • Tuition balance must be paid in full by May 2 to continue to reserve each participant’s place. If full payment is not received by May 2, the space may be given to the next person on the waiting list.

• Participants are expected to wear shoes at all times while on campus unless instructed otherwise by a teacher or a coach. • The pool is supervised at all times by a lifeguard and camp teachers and counselors.

Picking your child up early? • A note must be sent in advance to your child’s teacher or coach if you wish to pick up your child during program hours or if they are being picked up by someone else.

Photographs and Quotations • Summer Quest has the right to use photographs or quotations of Summer Quest participants for future brochures, advertisements, and other Summer Quest marketing purposes unless otherwise noted by the parents/guardians on the registration form.

• After submitting a registration form, all future changes in registration must be made in writing (via email or written note) and submitted to the Summer Quest office. • The $50 deposit is non-refundable, but, if a participant changes his/her registration, the remainder of the tuition (less the $50 non-refundable deposit per camp) can be used as a credit towards another Summer Quest 2011 program. • All camps and course offerings are subject to maximum and minimum enrollments. Under-enrolled programs may be cancelled.

“My kids rea ll • Registration forms are dated as they arrive and every summ y love coming er. They hav participants are enrolled in the order in which they f r e i e nds they ha are received. You will be notified if the camp/course ve made fro you have registered for is full. o t h m e r s c hools that th • Tuition is not refunded or pro-rated for part-time atteney only see during s dance, including situations such as a participant’s u mmer camps dismissal because of a disciplinary action. C o ll at e g i ate and they • Campers will not be allowed to participate in a Summer love that.” Quest program if there is an outstanding balance. 46


Registration 2011 Collegiate School Summer Quest

103 North Mooreland Road • Richmond, VA 23229 (804) 740-7077 ext. 1223 • (804) 741-9714 • summerquest@collegiate-va.org • Carefully read the Registration Information found on page 46 before completing your registration form. • To register you must submit a completed registration form and a non-refundable deposit check of $50 per camp, for each participant. • Make checks payable to ‘Collegiate School Summer Quest’, write the participant’s full name on the memo line of your check, and send to the address above. NOTE: Credit cards are not accepted. • Payment in full must be made by May 2 to continue to reserve each participant’s place. • No refund of tuition is given for withdrawal after May 2. • Total tuition is due with all registration forms sent after May 2. • All changes in registration must be made in writing (via email or written note) and the $50 deposit per camp is non-refundable. • All receipts will be sent via email unless otherwise noted on the registration form.

Health Information

Registrant Information

In case of emergency (if parent or guardian can’t be reached) we should call: Last

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restrictions, learning, allergies, etc.) that we should know about to ensure a positive camp experience?

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Visit our website at www.collegiate-va.org for additional information or to print additional registration forms.


Submit a $50 non-refundable deposit per course, camp or extended care session.

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All campers in Cubs Camps, Cougar Care, Sports Camps, Science Camp, Reading Camp, and Math Camps will receive a T-shirt. Please indicate desired T-shirt size. Youth: ❑ 10–12

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Extended Care You must be enrolled in a Summer Quest program(s)

to attend Extended Care. Please check sessions(s) and circle: Morning (M).....................7:45 AM – 9:00 AM................ $30

If not paying in full prior to May 2, please submit a non-refundable deposit of $50 per program. After May 2, submit full tuition.

Lunch Bunch* (LB).........12:00 PM – 1:00 PM................ $30 Afternoon (A)....................3:00 PM – 6:00 PM................ $75 Purchased Lunch (L): 5 Lunches .................... .Additional $18 *If a camper is registered for both morning and afternoon Summer Quest camps, Lunch Bunch care is included at no cost.

❑ I (June 13 – 17) ❑ II (June 20 – 24) ❑ III (June 27 – July 1) ❑ IV (July 11 – 15) ❑ V (July 18 – 22) ❑ VI (July 25 – 29) ❑ VII (August 1 – 5)

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P l e a s e r e a d t h e f o l l o w i n g c a r e f u l ly : To the best of my knowledge, the information I have supplied on this registration form is true and accurate. 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 transport my child to a hospital or treatment facility. I hereby certify my child is in a good health and may participate in all activities. I hereby give my permission for my child’s picture to appear in future publications. (See page 46 for details.) I give permission for my child to ride in school-approved transportation to camp activities. I agree to be responsible for all the charges and fees for my child enrolled in this summer program.

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Directions To Collegiate’s Mooreland Road Campus

Mooreland Road Campus 

Collegiate School 103 North Mooreland Road Richmond, VA 23229 (804) 740-7077 ext. 1223 The Mooreland Road Campus is located north of the intersection of River Road and North Mooreland Road. The entrances to the Upper, Middle and Lower School campuses are on North Mooreland Road. The Summer Quest Office is located in room 102 & 103 in Nunnally Hall on the Lower School Campus. During the summer months, the Summer Quest Office will be located in room 123 in the Watt Library Technology Building on the Lower School Campus. From the North Take I-95 South to Parham Road Exit West (this exit is north of the city of Richmond exits). Continue south on Parham Road until it intersects with River Road (River Road at this point is above Parham); turn left, following signs to River Road; turn right onto River Road and continue west to North Mooreland Road. Turn right. Continue north on North Mooreland Road to the entrance for your activity. From the East Take I-64 West into the city of Richmond; will merge with I-95. Continue on I-64/I-95 until I-64 (to Charlottesville) break away from I-95 North. Take I-64 West to Parham Road South Exit. Then follow the same directions found under “From the North.” Athletic Fields From the West Take I-64 East to the Gaskins Road South Exit (Exit 36). Turn right onto Gaskins Road and go 3.8 miles (thru 5 stoplights) until you reach River Road. Turn left onto River Road and go approximately .8 mile. Turn left onto North Mooreland Road (River Road Presbyterian Church on corner). Continue on North Mooreland to the entrance for your activity. From the South Take I-95 North to Chippenham Parkway (Route 150). Stay on Chippenham across the James River. Take the River Road exit. Turn right then follow the same directions found under “From the North.”

Facilities A. Hershey Center for the Arts / Oates Theater B. Science Building – Upper Campus Map C. Pitt Hall – Middle School Facilities D. Science Building – Middle / A. Hershey Center for the Arts / Oates Theater College Counseling B. Science Building – Upper E. Reed-Gumenick Library C. Pitt Hall – Middle School F.  Administrative Offices: D. Science Building – Middle / College Counseling Head of School’s E. Reed-Gumenick LibraryOffice, Nurse Memorial Hall – Cafeteria F.G.  Administrative Offices: Head of School’s Office, Nurse Activities Center / Powell Center H.  Student G. Memorial Hall – Cafeteria I. Flippen Hall – Upper School H. Student Activities Center / Powell Center SealHall Athletic Center I.J.  Flippen – Upper School J.K.  SealJacobs AthleticGymnasium Center K. Jacobs Gymnasium L.  Alumni / Development Office L. Alumni / Development Office M.  Cougar Shop / Admission Office – M. Cougar Shop / Admission Office – Grades 5–12 Grades 5–12 N. Events Pavilion N.  Pavilion O. WestEvents Gymnasium / Physical Plant P.O.  Central Building/ Physical Plant WestUtility Gymnasium Q. Burke Hall –Utility Cafeteria P.  Central Building Q. Burke Hall – Cafeteria R. Nunnally Hall – Third and Fourth Grade, Cougar Care S. Estes Building – Multipurpose / P.E. Route 6 / Patterson Avenue T. Weinstein Art and Music Wing U. Reynolds Hall – First and Second Grade V. Watt Library and Technology Building, Admission Office K–4, Lower School Office, Nurse W. Luck Hall – Kindergarten Goochland Campus X. Cougar Quest (after-school Athleticprogram) Fields Y. Athletic Equipment Storage Z. Business Office Fields M4. Grover C. Jones Athletic field M5. Baseball/soccer fields River Road

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Directions From Collegiate’s Mooreland Road Campus take River Road West 3 1/2 miles. Turn right on Blair Road. Campus is 1/2 mile on left.

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