Summer 2022: Preschool and Lower School Catalog

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PRESCHOOL & LOWER SCHOOL CAMPS & CLASSES

Artwork by Kaethe Thomas ’20


PRESCHOOL AND LOWER SCHOOL CAMPS – AGE 3 THROUGH GRADE 4

learn to identify different animals and their tracks and learn interesting facts about our zoo animal friends. We will be sure to have an extraordinary time. INSTRUCTOR: Cindy Rios, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330 ABC ANIMAL ADVENTURE STUFF-N-FLUFF AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 2 FULL, 5 FULL, 9 FULL Do you want to learn ABC’s or get better at spelling? ABC Animal Camp can be an exciting way to make letters and words come to life! The camp engages our campers through inquiry based and multi-sensory learning, and helps campers become empowered in their learning. Campers will discover the alphabet in everyday life! An alphabet scavenger hunt, building an alphabet fort, scenario-based skits will help our campers gain critical thinking skills. Our first day begins with a stuff-n-fluff activity by hand stuffing a new friend that can help campers in their learning. Making alphabet s’mores and trail mix, campers will sit around the campfire, engaging in games, storytelling, songs and team building. Stuffing one more special friend brings our adventurous alphabet journey to a close. INSTRUCTORS: Trish Lopez, OTC Educational Services SCHEDULE AND COST: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, $170; June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, $205; July 18-22, 12:30 pm-3:30pm, $205

ANIME AND MANGA DRAWING CAMP GRADES 1-4 WEEK 5 Why sit in front of the TV and watch cartoons when you can draw amazing characters and awesome scenes of your very own? Join us for five, action-packed days as Young Rembrandts hosts a wonderful Anime and Manga Drawing Workshop. Our students will create dazzling illustrations that are influenced by popular Japanese anime and manga themes. Colorful characters with expressive personalities jump off the page. Our students will be delighted as we create drawings that emulate the popular anime and manga art styles. Don’t miss out on an exciting opportunity to produce wonderful artwork. INSTRUCTORS: Young Rembrandts of North Dallas SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $210 ANIME ART ADVENTURE GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 6 FULL, 11 For years, Mr. Peck has been a doodler, drawing ships and mecha from Star Trek, Star Wars, and Doctor Who, but the doodles he loves the most are from Anime! (That's a nickname for Japanese animation). Great shows like Astro Boy, Speed Racer, Battle of the Planets, Voltron, Pokémon and more! Pick up your sketch pads as we watch classic anime clips from the 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and today then draw the characters in new adventures! We'll even make up our own shows on paper to "sell" as the next big anime show! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, August 1-5, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

AI FOR THE YOUNGEST GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 5, 10 Artificial intelligence (AI) is a research field which studies how to realize intelligent human behaviors on a computer. Students will learn about training a computer using data sets and predication when new data is supplied to the machine. Technology Requirements • Students must have a Chromebook or a computer with a Mac (Apple) or Windows Operating System. INSTRUCTORS: Rex Academy SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, July 25-29, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $210

ARCHERY FUNDAMENTALS GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 1, 3 FULL, 8, 11 GRADES 4-6 WEEKS 1, 3, 4, 6 Kidokinetics Dallas is pleased to introduce our new archery clinic for elementary age girls and boys. Archery was introduced into the US Olympics in 1900 and one of the first sports to include both genders in a sporting event. The sport thrives today with skills which include focus, concentration, coordination, balance, clarity of mind, strength, stability and more. We are an official partner of USA Archery and utilize professional equipment with the support of a nationally recognized curriculum. Kidokinetics coaches are certified by USA Archery for safety and quality of curriculum presentation. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: Grades 1-3: May 23-27, June 6-10, July 11-15, 9:00 am12:00 pm, August 1-5, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $205; Grades 4-6: May 23-27, June 6-10, June 27-July 1,12:30 pm-3:30 pm, June 13-17, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $205

AMERICAN GIRL GRADES 1–3 WEEKS 5 FULL, 6 FULL Molly, Kit, Samantha, Kirsten, Felicity… which American Girl doll is your favorite? American Girl Camp is a fun-filled week just for us girls, and our favorite dolls, of course! Come help us celebrate being a girl, both yesterday and today, through a colorful presentation of historical and contemporary stories and characters. Our girl-time adventures will be filled with advice, crafts, and activities. Join us and let your dreams come true as you discover the incredible girl that you are and learn to follow your inner star—to aspire, grow, create, and imagine while making memories and friendships. INSTRUCTOR: Rhiannon Reyes, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330 ANIMAL KINGDOM (ZOO WEEK) AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEK 3 FULL Join us on a weeklong adventure as we explore the animals of the zoo. Decorate with cheetah prints, take nature walks on our 78-acre campus, and join us for outdoor scavenger hunts. With our new camp friends, we will learn facts about amazing creatures and their habitats

ART AROUND THE WORLD GRADES K-2 WEEK 4 FULL Ready, Set, CREATE! It is always fun to see how little hands can create such masterpieces. Our plan this week is to re-create some of the

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world’s most impressive pieces of art. Possibly even making some new art along the way. At the end of camp, we’ll transform it into our very own art gallery! Grab your paintbrush and a smock, it is time to paint! Please send your child in clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty; we are going to explore all sorts of paint and art supplies. INSTRUCTOR: Cindy Rios, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29, August 15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330; July 5-8, (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day) 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $265 BASEBALL GRADES 5-9 WEEKS 6–11 Discover the keys to better hitting and fielding on our one-week baseball camp. Players are grouped together by age and ability to enable the best possible learning. Coaches will provide hands-on instruction along with personalized drills, practices, and games. Camp will be under the direction of Coach Richardson, former Rice University baseball player and currently Greenhill’s JV Baseball coach. Additionally, players will cool off in the afternoon for recreational fun in our indoor pool. Required equipment: glove, cap, bat, swimsuit and towel. INSTRUCTOR: Darrell Richardson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29, August 15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330; July 5-8, (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day) 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $265

ART SMART GRADES 3-5 WEEK 3 Art Smart Summer Camp will provide children with an opportunity to discover their creativity in a nurturing environment that encourages self-expression. They will explore a variety of mediums in the visual arts. Campers will have daily activities and projects. Students will be introduced to Drawing and Painting, Ceramics, Storybook Making, and Crafts. They will also develop long-lasting friendships and have fun while creating art. INSTRUCTOR: Rima Zachariah, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

BASKETBALL GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 3 FULL, 6 FULL, 9 FULL Our Basketball Camp is based on a few simple philosophies. We believe athletes should enjoy a lot of game play—each camper has three league games per day. Students need to have a basketball in their hands frequently—our campers have two sessions of ball handling and dribble-move work daily. Campers will receive focused daily instruction on two major fundamentals, rather than scratching the surface with multiple fundamentals, to create more positive results. In addition to game play, our campers participate in an individual skills contest and in a weeklong team skills competition. COACH: Joey Sims, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 27-July 1, July 18-22, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

ARTSY ANIMALS GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 4, 10 Artsy Animals is a fun and unique workshop filled with activities to teach children about arts and crafts and have fun doing it! The camp begins with a stuff n fluff activity of hand stuffing a new furry friend, who will help them create their art! Books about art and animals will be focal points in the camp and the campers will make art/crafts that relate to the book of the day. They will also watch videos and various forms of media that bring light to animals and art. Finger painting, shaping clay, designing pictures using Shape Art, fun colors and designs will show them how to create their ideas with just a few supplies. As our artsy journey comes to a close, campers will enjoy their last day, stuffing one more special friend. INSTRUCTOR: Trish Lopez, OTC Educational Services SCHEDULE: June 13-17, July 25-29, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $205

BEADING BASH AND EXPLORING ARTISTS GRADES 2-4 WEEK 2 Do you love art? How about beading? Grab a friend and join us for a wonderful week. From beading your very own wearable friendship bracelets, necklaces, and even anklets and exploring famous artists like van Gogh, Monet, and Picasso, just to name a few. During this camp, you will do some basic bead stringing, memory wire, bracelets, and necklaces while diving into the lives of some master artists and their art. By the end of this camp, you will have several masterpieces of your own to hang and wear! INSTRUCTOR: Isela Cabral, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $265

BACKYARD GAMES GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 5, 11 Who doesn’t love a game of horseshoes? Corn hole? Ladder toss? Lawn Darts? Kidokinetics Backyard Game program offers all the fun of a backyard cookout without the grill! Participants will be involved in various games, popularized in our own backyards. Backyard games provides a laid back, team-oriented environment that promises lots of fun and activity for athletes and non-athletes alike! COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: June 20-24, August 1-5, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $205 BASEBALL GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 6–11 Discover the keys to better hitting and fielding on our one-week baseball camp. Players are grouped together by age and ability to enable the best possible learning. Coaches will provide hands-on instruction along with personalized drills, practices, and games. Camp will be under the direction of Coach Richardson, former Rice University baseball player and currently Greenhill’s JV Baseball coach. Additionally, players will cool off in the afternoon for recreational fun in our indoor pool. Required equipment: glove, cap, bat, swimsuit and towel. INSTRUCTOR: Darrell Richardson, Greenhill School

BIKING AND RECREATIONAL SWIMMING – ALL SKILL LEVELS GRADES 1-6 WEEKS 1-11 WEEK 2, 7 FULL Ready to improve your biking skills? Beginner or intermediate cyclists are welcome. We’ll divide campers into appropriate groups depending on your skill level. This camp will teach you new skills above your current level as we ride on paths around Greenhill’s 78-acre campus

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and Addison trails in the surrounding area. Each day we’ll take time to cool off and have fun in our indoor pool. Flotation belts will be provided for students unable to swim the 25 yards. We’ll work to improve our stopping, turning, braking, balance, and riding skills. Campers will need a bike and helmet, swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. Bikes will be locked each day and stored on campus. We encourage beginner campers to come without training wheels. Please pack a snack and a refillable water bottle. COACHES: Amanda Clarke and Experienced Instructors, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: Weekly from May 23-August 5, 9:00 am–12:00 pm, COST: $200; Weeks of May 31-June 3, (closed Monday, May 30 for Memorial Day), 9:00 am–12:00 pm, July 5-8 (closed Monday July 4 for Independence Day), COST: $160

SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 27-July 1, July 18-22, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330 BUILD-A-MANIA 1 AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEKS 8 FULL, 10 FULL Get your hands working this summer; Build-a-Mania uses cooperative learning and problem-solving in this hands-on and exciting building workshop. Explore and implement architectural concepts using two and three-dimensional puzzles as well as mazes and pathways that cover the entire room! We will experiment with ramps, clay, foil, wire, tubes, blocks, and other recyclables as we use our imagination to build large, small, exuberant and simple structures. INSTRUCTOR: Greg Browne-Nichols, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 11-15, July 25-29, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

BOOKS, CREATE, IMAGINE GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 8, 9 Spend time with friends this week as we explore our favorite storybooks. We will create our interpretation of the story and imagine what would happen if the story continued. We will create a decorative Storybook journal of our own with all the fun-filled facts and creative illustrations we have made throughout the week. INSTRUCTOR: Lina Thompson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 11-15, July 18-22 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

CALL OF THE WILD-LION KING GRADES K-2 WEEK 2 FULL Rafiki knows that every day is a lesson in itself. We invite you to “enjoy the ride” with us in the Lion King Camp! “Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance. As King, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.” – Mufasa. We’ll make wonderful animal arts and crafts projects and learn about the film’s characters and their jungle environment. We’ll also learn a skit and perform it for other campers at the end of the week. INSTRUCTOR: Rhiannon Reyes, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $265

BOXITECTS CAMP GRADES 2-4 WEEK 9 FULL Let’s get together to create and build a city out of boxes! We’ll design and build unicorns out of boxes, a box car, houses, and many other items that belong in our imaginary city. Students in this camp will bring their designs to life using recyclable materials. INSTRUCTOR: Irma Lechuga, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 18-22, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330 BRAIN SPORTS GRADES 3-5 WEEK 5 There is no crying, sweating or P.E uniforms in Brain Sports! Instead, there are questions, puzzles, problem solving, movement, laughter, fun, music, and lots more to get your summer brain to engage in calisthenics, competition, and cognitive exercise! There is also a mystery to be solved and all must be involved. Not sure if your brain is ready? Answer this: I start with an “e”, I end with an “e”, but I usually contain only one letter? What am I? Join the team on an outing or an escape, as we crack the code and follow the clue the only thing is missing is your brain and you. INSTRUCTOR: Cheryl Rischer, Heart of Learning Education SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

CAMP CABARET GRADES 2-5 WEEKS 3-4 FULL, 8-9 FULL Let’s put on a musical theater review! All students get to choose their own songs and create a full-scale show with lighting, costumes, props and, of course, wonderful show tunes from Broadway and film! A special performance will take place in the auditorium showing off our talented thespians as they tread the boards and serenade you with all manner of musical theater magic! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: June 6-17 (2-week camp), July 11-22 (2-week camp), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $330 CAMPING UNDER THE STARS GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 2 FULL, 6 FULL Get your sleeping bags ready and come camp under the stars! Learn everything from how to put up a tent to campfire safety. Your camp activities will include fishing, adventure walks and discovering the animals lurking in the woods. Come and share your favorite campfire stories and, of course, we won’t forget the s’mores! INSTRUCTOR: Gabby Moscetta, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 1-4 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am3:00 pm, COST: $265; June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330

BUCKET DRUMMING FUN GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 3, 6, 9 Learn to play percussion instruments through the fun and engaging art of bucket drumming. This class is great for beginner musicians who are looking to learn how to drum without the big drum kits. We will explore the different types of sounds that can be created by hitting various areas of the bucket, proper playing technique, as well as how to read and play rhythms. Students will get to improvise rhythms and play musical games along with learning to drum along with popular songs and old favorites. INSTRUCTORS: The Kid’s Classroom Instructors

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CARDS AND CRAFTS GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 7, 8 There are 52 reasons why you should choose this camp but we’ll just name a few! Do you want to learn how to become a champ before your next family game night? Do you love being creative and enjoy making accessories? In this camp, you will design your own card game, create crafts out of a deck of cards, and brush up on your strategic skills by playing classic card games that encourage both competition and teamwork! INSTRUCTOR: Natsanet Fesseha, Richardson ISD SCHEDULE: July 5-8, (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $155; July 11-15, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $195

CHESS CAMP GRADES 1-6WEEKS 2-10 FULL WKS 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 The North Texas Chess Academy offers a fun week of learning. Whether you have never played or had some experience, all students can benefit from the royal game. Chess teaches concentration, decision making, and is proven to benefit young minds. Students will be divided into small groups based on their experience and age. We emphasize the values of Respect, Enthusiasm, Determination, and Integrity...get R.E.D.I. to play! Begin a lifetime of learning with the North Texas Chess Academy this summer! INSTRUCTORS: Professional Chess Instructors, North Texas Chess Academy SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $170; June 6-10, June 13-17, June 27-July 1, July 18-22, July 2529, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, $210; June 13-17, June 20-24, July 11-15, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $210

CARTOON THE SUMMER-CHARACTER CREATION ART GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 3, 7 Learn the basics of cartooning and create your own characters! Each day students will learn techniques used in cartooning. Subjects like characteristics, features, exaggeration, action, and personification will contribute to your child’s artistic advancement! Young Rembrandts students will immediately apply their new skills in every class to create their own original cartoon characters. INSTRUCTORS: Young Rembrandts of North Dallas SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am–12:00 pm, COST: $210; July 5-8, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $170

CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG GRADES 1-3 WEEK 2 Join us as we hop on the ferry to Birdwell Island to play and learn with Clifford, the big red dog, and all his friends. Clifford teaches us how to play fair, how to be a good friend, how to be responsible, and how to help others. Clifford helps us deal with struggles we have and helps us be the best we can be! INSTRUCTOR: Cindy Rios, Greenhill. School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $265

CELEBRATE SUMMER – ARTS, CRAFTS AND SCIENCE GRADES K-2 WEEK 5 This is a summer themed camp with fun activities that will spark interest in the arts and sciences. The camp will be directed by Tammy Sims who is currently a kindergarten teacher in Birdville ISD and has 25 years teaching experience. Students will celebrate summer with arts and crafts, science projects, making their own story books, and a 4th of July celebration. INSTRUCTORS: Tammy Sims, Birdville ISD SCHEDULE: June 20-25, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

COMPUTER DETECTIVES GRADES K-2 WEEKS 3 FULL, 6 FULL Computer Detectives get your magnifying glass ready and let’s solve different cases at places like Cyber Space, Network Neighborhood and Keyboard Castle! Detectives will unlock new, beneficial ways to use technology to be productive and solve meaningful problems. Important S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) skills are introduced as they learn keyboarding, technology, reading, and writing. They also have so much fun doing fun hands-on projects to go along with the lessons. In addition, we integrate critical thinking and creative components to express themselves within the adaptive, personalized nature of the lessons. INSTRUCTOR: Micah Sudbury, Keyboard Kids, LLC SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $215

CHARACTER CREATION: ANIME MANGA GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 4, 10 If you have Manga Mania, sign up for this class. Join Young Rembrandts for a 5-day drawing workshop; we’ll be drawing and coloring all things ANIME! Artists will learn to draw their own anime style characters ranging from easy to challenging – this is a great way to perfect those skills and learn new manga tricks. Each day students will complete multiple pieces of artwork like customized faces, animals, sugoi action and more ARTastic drawings. Sign up today! INSTRUCTORS: Young Rembrandts of North Dallas SCHEDULE: June 13-17, July 25-29, 9:00 am–12:00 pm, COST: $210 CHEER GREENHILL STYLE GRADES K–4 WEEK 10 Go Hornets Go! Join the Greenhill cheerleaders for a spirited week of fun! Whether your goal is to be on the school squad or just hang out with your friends for a good time, this is the camp for you. Master simple stunts, learn the fundamentals of cheerleading, holler cheers and chants and learn correct techniques and safety. Campers will be grouped in squads according to age. We’ll finish with a pep rally for parents and friends! COACHES: Greenhill School Cheer Coach and Greenhill Cheerleaders SCHEDULE: July 25-29, 9:00 am–12:00 COST: $195

COOKIE CREATIONS GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 8 FULL, 9 Do you love scrumptious, freshly baked cookies? Have you always wanted to learn how to make some of your own? Then this is the camp for you! We will spend our time learning baking basics, while creating delicious cookie creations. Students will take home a cookbook of their favorite recipes! INSTRUCTOR: Nicole Jones, Dallas ISD SCHEDULE: July 11-15, July 18-22, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

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COOKING AND CULTURE GRADES 2-4 WEEK 3 FULL Cooking time is bonding time. It helps our campers build self-esteem and more willing to try new foods. They will have fun learning about and making foods from different cultures. Students will learn about kitchen safety, how to follow a recipe and create a cookbook with delicious recipes. If you’re lucky your new chef will save you a piece of what they make or even better will offer to cook for you! INSTRUCTOR: Jenny Charney, Former Levine Academy SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

DANCE PARTY GRADES 3-5 WEEK 6 Do you love to dance? Come break a sweat this summer in this fun, high-energy dance camp that will definitely have you moving to the beat. Get ready to have fun dancing through the summer, while developing creativity and confidence. No experience needed…just have fun doing what you love – dancing. We’ll learn different styles of moving to the beat and make our own cool “Dance Crew” shirt along with a recorded performance video to take home at the end of the week. INSTRUCTOR: Carrie Martin, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

COOKIN’ UP COMFY IN THE KITCHEN! GRADES 4-6 WEEK 5 FULL They say that the heart of a home begins in the kitchen! This fun and educational camp for young beginner – advanced chefs will teach new skills, build kitchen confidence, and create yummy foods to be enjoyed by the campers. Each camper will create a take-home cookbook to continue creating delicious meals with and for their loved ones! Campers will work with a variety of fresh ingredients to make an array of “comfort foods” to please the palate. INSTRUCTOR: Stephanie Campbell, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

DISCOVER MAGIC - BLUE WAND COURSE GRADES 4-6 WEEK 9 Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to move objects with your mind, escape from chains and operate a time machine, just to name a few. In this course, students will learn the different types of magic from dinner table tricks to the big stage illusions, but more importantly, they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program helps build self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way. INSTRUCTORS: Dal and Cinde Sanders, The Dallas Magic Academy SCHEDULE: July 18-22, 9:00 am-3:00 pm (full day), COST: $330 or 9:00 am-12:00 pm (half day), COST: $245

COOKING WITH CRISPY, CRUNCHY, CREAMY TEXTURES GRADES 2-4 WEEK 4 Your chefs-in-the-making will have a great time exploring food and its many textures. How food looks and feels can change when depending on how it’s stored and how it’s prepared. We will enjoy creating and changing the qualities of food while also learning about kitchen safety, proper food handling, and various cooking and baking techniques. Chewy, buttery, or toasted – which will be their favorite? INSTRUCTOR: Jenny Charney, Former Levine Academy SCHEDULE: June 13-17, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195 CRAFTALICIOUS GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 2 FULL, 4 FULL It is a perfect summer camp for creative students looking for fun and unique projects. Hove you ever considered candle making and carving designs to create a colorful and unique candle? What about being a basket weaver? Do you know how to turn old T-shirts into a nice woven rug? Come and join us for a perfect summer camp, where you meet new friends, play games, share your creativity, and create great memories! We’ll have numerous art pieces to take home or share with friends. INSTRUCTOR: Olga Langley, Greenhill School Substitute Teacher SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $270, June 13-17, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330

DISCOVER MAGIC - GREEN WAND COURSE GRADES 4-6 WEEK 6 Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to cut a lady in half, give your friends superhero powers and make invisible objects appear in a magic pencil pouch just to name a few. In this course, students will not only learn 8 secrets of magic principles that make all magic tricks possible, but more importantly they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder, and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way that is guaranteed to unlock your child's potential and impact the rest of their life. INSTRUCTORS: Dal and Cinde Sanders, The Dallas Magic Academy SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $245 or July 11-15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330

CREATE & INNOVATE GRADES 2-3 WEEKS 2, 3 FULL From marshmallow catapults to Rube Goldberg Machines, come join us as we wonder and explore! Using a variety of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) challenges you will most definitely discover your “inner-engineer”. Are you ready to Tinker, invent, animate, and create? INSTRUCTOR: Heather Bartos, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, $155; June 6-10, 9:00 am–12:00 pm, $195

DISCOVER MAGIC - ORANGE WAND COURSE GRADES 4-6 WEEK 8 Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to teleport objects across the room, find hidden magical treasures and levitate a cup of popcorn just to name a few. In this course, students will learn the three parts that make up a magic trick with a special focus on presentation, but more importantly, they

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will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way that is guaranteed to unlock your child's potential and impact the rest of their life. INSTRUCTORS: Dal and Cinde Sanders, The Dallas Magic Academy SCHEDULE: July 11-15, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $245 or July 11-15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330

socked feet. Get silly with words and rhymes as we focus on our literacy and fine motor skills. Bring your wild imagination and get ready to have fun the Dr. Seuss way. INSTRUCTOR: Lina Thompson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $265 DRAMA CLUB GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 2, 4, 7 For the young performer who loves acting, singing, dancing, costumes, theater games, arts & crafts, and performance. Each week, young performers will get to create their own characters and stories, play theater games, and perform in a short play based on popular fairy tales and stories. Rising Stars teaches students improvisation and teamwork, acting and performance skills, self-confidence and risk taking as well as scene study and cold reading. Recorded performance at the end of each week. INSTRUCTORS: The Kid’s Classroom Instructors SCHEDULE AND COST: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $265; June 13-17, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $330

DISCOVER MAGIC - PURPLE WAND COURSE GRADES 4-6 WEEK 5 Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to read people's minds, make money appear out of nowhere and travel through time with a magic bandanna just to name a few. In this course, students will not only learn the 8 basic effects that make up all magic tricks but more importantly, they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program helps build self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way. INSTRUCTORS: Dal and Cinde Sanders, The Dallas Magic Academy SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $245 or June 20-24, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330

DRAMA CLUB JUNIOR AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 2 FULL, 5 FULL, 8 FULL, 11 FULL For the young performer who loves acting, singing, dancing, costumes, theater games, arts & crafts, and performance. Each week, young performers will get to create their own characters and stories, play theater games, and perform in a short play based on popular fairy tales and stories. Rising Stars teaches students improvisation and teamwork, acting and performance skills, self-confidence and risk taking as well as scene study and cold reading. Recorded performance at the end of each week. INSTRUCTORS: The Kid’s Classroom Instructors SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $265; June 20-24, July 11-15, August 1-5, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330

DODGEBALL AND PE GAMES GRADES 4–8 WEEKS 4, 6, 9 Look out! That was close! If you love dodgeball and other PE games, then this is the camp for you. This fun-filled week will keep you healthy and in shape for the rest of the summer. But it’s not all just fun and games at this camp. During breaks we’ll discuss, two vital aspects of athletics: good sportsmanship and teamwork. We’ll spend a few days splashing in the pool to cool off. COACH: Janice LaMendola, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, June 27-July 1, July 18-22, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

DUCT TAPE AND WATERCOLOR DYNAMICS GRADES 2-4 WEEK 10 FULL Everything duct tape, from wild wallets or bag bonkers, this is the camp for you! We will make awesome accessories, from pencil bags to backpacks and more, using the funkiest duct tape colors around. Come and find yourself in the stickiest of camps this summer having a Dynamic Duct Tape time! In addition to our duct tape projects, we’ll create magical watercolor artwork that will be worth a splash! Come dab into a week’s worth of color as we learn the basics on how to watercolor. You’ll be introduced to an array of colors that everyone should have on their palette. Learn different techniques every day, how to mix colors and how to apply to the paper. Join us to create unique, one-of-a-kind art projects. INSTRUCTOR: Rhiannon Reyes, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 25-29, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $195

DOGGONE CUTE GRADES K-2 WEEKS 4 FULL, 6 FULL Does your child love dogs? Do you have a family dog or hope to adopt one in the near future? This camp is all about dogs! Camp topics include dog safety, responsible pet care, meet the breeds, and pet adoption. Campers will also make doggie treats and toys for their canine friends for a local shelter. INSTRUCTOR: Maeci Simmons, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS JUNIOR GRADES 4-7 WEEK 3 Be the hero in an exciting tale filled with monsters, magic, traps, puzzles and wondrous treasure. If you love to play pencil-and paper role-playing games, if you’ve never played one and would like to learn how, or even if you just like telling stories and using your creativity, this camp is for you! Dungeons and Dragons exercise problem-solving skills and foster creativity, critical thinking, communication, and teamwork.

DR. SEUSS ADVENTURES GRADES K-2 WEEK 2 FULL Welcome to adventures with Dr. Seuss, “Oh, the Places, You’ll Go”! What a blast, what a treat; wacky books, kooky cooks, artsy crafts, and

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You work together to bring the story to life for everyone. Included in the cost of the camp is a set of dice, a dice bag, and custom buttons. INSTRUCTORS: Jason Gajderowicz, Greenhill School, Thomas Harrison, Graphic Artist SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 7:30 am-9:00 am, COST: $35; 3:00 pm-5:30 pm, $60; June 6-August 5, 7:30 am–9:00 am, $40; 3:00 pm-5:350 pm, COST: $75 EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT! JOURNALISM GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 3, 4 Have you ever dreamed of becoming a journalist? Do you love writing and/or delivering news stories on camera? Join us and learn the fundamental principles of news gathering and production. Students will research and write their very own human-interest story to be shared and celebrated at the end of our week together. Other topics include on-camera presence, ethics, and broadcast standards. INSTRUCTOR: Laura Flanagan, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 13-17, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

DYNAMITE DINOSAUR AGE 4-GRADE K WEEK 8 FULL Open the door into the great land of dinosaurs. You will learn to identify dinosaurs and learn all about their habitats. During the week, we will become paleontologists so we can explore the fossils of plants, animals, and other organisms. Experience yummy dinosaur cooking and may dinosaur projects. INSTRUCTOR: Rhiannon Reyes, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 11-15, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

FAMOUS AUTHOR ADVENTURES GRADE K-2 WEEK 5 FULL Prepare to be amazed this summer as you study some of our favorite and renowned authors. Each day we’ll introduce a new author and read their exciting stories. Activities will include storytelling, art or illustration projects, reading and using puppets to tell our own stories. You’ll leave the week knowing more about your favorite authors and the desire to read more exciting adventures. INSTRUCTOR: Greg Browne-Nichols, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

ENGINEERS DESIGN – MAKE IT MOVE GRADES 4-8 WEEK 4 FULL Students will use the principles of design with the engineering process. Engineers design, redesign, and make improvements to accomplish their final product. We will build cars powered by gravity, rubber bands, and air. In addition, we will create foam rockets and tumble bots using the engineering design process. Come join us for a week of fun, design, and creativity. INSTRUCTOR: Sharon Charlebois, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

FASHION, FACE, AND FLOWERS DRAWING CAMP GRADES 1-4 WEEK 8 For fashionistas, florists and budding makeup artists, this Young Rembrandts’ workshop celebrates the beautiful world of girls. Every day students will be challenged and delighted drawing images that exude femininity and loveliness. Students will draw and color faces, stretch their imaginations illustrating whimsical flowers and challenge their creativity when tying them all together in fanciful settings. INSTRUCTORS: Young Rembrandts of North Dallas SCHEDULE: July 11-15, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $210

ERIC CARLE’S CREATIVE WORLD GRADE K WEEK 6 Join us as we explore the wonderful world of Eric Carle! We will review some of Eric Carle’s most popular literary works, while learning about animals, sequencing, numbers, and the alphabet. We will construct our own books in the style of Eric Carle, paint with watercolors, and learn about how things grow. INSTRUCTOR: Nicole Jones, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, 12:30 am–3:30 pm COST: $195

FIELD HOCKEY SKILLS GRADES 4-6 WEEK 2 This camp is designed to introduce young athletes to the fun and exciting sport of field hockey. Each player will receive individual instruction of the basic skills needed to play the game. While learning about tactics and game strategy, campers will focus on teamwork and working with each other to accomplish a goal. Before ending the morning at the pool, we will conclude each day with scrimmage-like games ensuring that we utilize the skills just learned in a fun and competitive way. Required equipment: outdoor shoes/cleats, shin guards, mouth guard, sunscreen, swimsuit, and towel. COACH: Brittany Griggs, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

EXPLORING ABC’S AND 1, 2, 3 AGES 3-4 WEEKS 2–3 FULL, 4–5 FULL, 6-7 FULL Explore the amazing alphabet and numbers through playful language, music, art, movement, and stories. Children will be introduced to the alphabet and numbers through art projects, stories, and games. Campers will enjoy age-appropriate school activities to make their transition from home to school success. Children begin a wonderful world of learning social skills in our camp. Come prepared to have FUN! Children must be fully potty trained. INSTRUCTORS: Reagan Winfield, Hockaday CDC, Shanna Kerr, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: (2-week camps, 9:00 am–3:00 pm) May 31-June 10 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), COST: $595; June 13–24, COST: $660, June 27-July 8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), COST: $595

FINE MOTOR-TASTIC! GRADES K-2 WEEKS 7, 8 Did you know when you play with stamps, stickers, stencils, Q-tip painting, airbrush with markers, glitter glue, and more, you are making your hands strong for pre-writing and writing skills? Come join us for a week of MOTOR-TASTIC games and fun-filled activities. This camp is designed to improve your child’s fine motor strength to build a confident writer. So, get those fingers and hands ready!

EXTENDED DAY AGE 4-GRADE 4 WEEKS 2-11 In our after-camp program, we will play games, enjoy art activities, read, and select other fun projects before being picked up each day. Afternoon snacks will be provided. INSTRUCTOR: Greenhill School Extended Day Faculty SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30 Memorial Day), July

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INSTRUCTOR: Robin C. Ables, OTR, M.Ed. SCHEDULE: July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $155; July 11-15, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $195

best of all, enjoying the adventure. We’ll create cookbooks, sell our products, and donate our proceeds to a local charity. Each camper will also receive an apron and chef’s hat. INSTRUCTOR: Lina Thompson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 13-17, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

FIRST TEE GOLF GRADES K-2 WEEKS 2, 4 FULL, 10 FULL The First Tee Golf camp is designed to teach the basic golf skills through an innovative curriculum developed by The First Tee. The program was created in association with the PGA, LPGA, Champions Tour and Masters Association. The curriculum modifies the four basic shots of golf including putting, chipping, pitching and full swing. Equipment is specifically designed for young children with oversized club faces, color coded grips, and target-oriented training tools and alignment markings. Each activity empowers young people to explore their abilities and develop life-enhancing values along the way. Perfect for the beginner golfer and young children wanting to explore the sport. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $165; June 13-17, July 25-29, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $205

FOOTBALL CAMP GRADES 2-4 WEEK 2 FULL Join our football camp to learn from the best, Coach Tony Banks. Coach Banks is a former professional American football quarterback who played with five NFL teams, including the Dallas Cowboys. Summer on the Hill Football camp will focus on the fundamentals of offensive and defensive footwork and the application of football concepts. All coaches will have high-level playing and or coaching experience. We will learn details of football while having fun and discuss daily what it means to be a good teammate in the ultimate team sport. Each day of camp will end in with a game using the skills that we use throughout the day. INSTRUCTOR: Tony Banks, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $265

FIRST TEE GOLF GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 1, 5, 6 The First Tee Golf camp is designed to teach the basic golf skills through an innovative curriculum developed by The First Tee. The program was created in association with the PGA, LPGA, Champions Tour and Masters Association. The curriculum modifies the four basic shots of golf including putting, chipping, pitching and full swing. Equipment is specifically designed for young children with oversized club faces, color coded grips, and target-oriented training tools and alignment markings. Each activity empowers young people to explore their abilities and develop life-enhancing values along the way. Perfect for the beginner golfer and young children wanting to explore the sport. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: May 23-27, June 20-24, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $205

FUN IN THE SUN ADVENTURE CAMP (PREVIOUSLY RECREATIONAL CAMP) GRADES 1–4 WEEKS 3, 4, 8, 9 FULL, 10 FULL, 11 In this camp, your child is bound to have some good summer fun! We will dive into a potpourri of activities include games, arts & crafts, and team-building activities. We’ll include an assortment of kid-favorite games, popular board games, hide and seek, and much more. At times, we’ll walk to local parks to play beach volleyball and explore the area. A few times a week we’ll get to swim at Greenhill’s indoor pool. As we wind down for lunch, we will watch some kid-friendly cartoon favorites. Boys and Girls, come join us for a summer of fun! INSTRUCTOR: Isabel Chavez, Greenhill Alumni, Cathy McNulty, Former Allen ISD SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 13-17, July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29, August 1-5, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

FLAG FUN AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 4, 10 FULL GRADES 2-5 WEEKS 8, 9 Kidokintics Flag Fun offers a variety of game play utilizing flag belts. Children will run, jump, and hop their way to capturing their opponents’ flags! Flag football, flag tag, capture the flag, steal the tails, and more will be introduced to keep participants active and engaged in a team oriented, fun-first environment! The activities will focus on speed, agility, coordination, balance, accuracy and stamina as both gross and fine motor skills are exercised and developed with each session. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: Age 4-Grade 1: June 13-17, July 25-29, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm: Grades 2-5: July 11-15, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, July 18-22, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $205

GAME DESIGN USING FLOW LAB GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 4, 6 FULL, 9, 11 In this course students will create 2D games using online coding resources used by professional game designers. Along with learning how to create own game, students will also learn professional concepts and vocabulary used by programmers and game developers. Technology Requirements • Students must have a computer with Windows Operating System. Reliable Internet Access. • FLOW Lab License - Students must buy on their own. Rex will not pay for the account. INSTRUCTORS: Rex Academy SCHEDULE: June 13-17, July 18-22, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, June 27-July 1, August 1-5, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $210

FOOD TRUCK FRENZY – INTERNATIONAL STYLE GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 3, 4 If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, join us for a fun week of cooking and learning how to create food items for our very own Greenhill food truck. In this camp, we’ll learn how to select the right fast foods, design menus, manage expenses, and judge the taste of our delicious food items. The food truck business is not just about your passion for food. It's a crazy combination of business, time management, marketing and

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GAME SHOW MARATHON GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 2, 7, 11 COME ON DOWN! You're the next camper to try out some amazing and exciting game shows! Test your luck with Deal or No Deal and The Joker's Wild! Take the trivia challenge with Jeopardy! Get to the top of the $100,000 Pyramid! Buy a vowel on Wheel of Fortune! We may even invent a few game shows of our own! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $155; August 1-5, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $195

Physical components stressed are agility, accuracy, flexibility, balance, stamina, coordination, and speed. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: May 23-27, June 6-10, June 20-24, July 18-22, July 25-29, August 1-5, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, July 11-15, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $205; July 5-8 9:00 am-12:00 pm (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), COST: $165 IMPROV OLYMPICS GRADES 4-8 WEEKS 2 FULL, 7 If you like to make things up on the spot, want to get better at making things up on the spot or want to learn how to make things up on the spot, this camp is for you. Though a series of games and exercises, we’ll learn how all those amazing people on Whose Line Is It Anyway and Saturday Night Live create the funny out of nothing. We’ll also have a special Improv Olympics performance at the end of the week! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $155

GARDEN FAIRIES AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEKS 4 FULL, 8 FULL Find the magic at Fairy Camp where believing is seeing. During the week, we’ll explore the forest where fairies live and play. We’ll learn about birds, dragonflies and other friends in nature and discover the beautiful plants and flowers that surround them. We’ll read amazing fairytale stories and use playful imaginations to do a variety of art projects like making fairy houses and gardens. INSTRUCTOR: Gabby Moscetta, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $265; July 11-15, 9:00 am–3:00 pm, COST: $330

INCREDIBLE GIRLS GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 3, 4 Calling all young women! This week, we’ll learn about strong, important females throughout the history of our country. Example Monday- Michelle Obama, Tuesday-Frida Kahlo, Wednesday-Amelia Earhart, Thursday-the Williams sisters, Friday-Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughn, and Mary Jackson. This camp is focused on increasing the confidence in young girls so they can achieve their dreams. INSTRUCTOR: Irma Lechuga (week 3), Isela Cabral (week 4), Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 13-17, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

GREENHILL'S KABOOM TOWN GRADES K–2 WEEK 7 FULL Ever wanted to travel all over America the Beautiful? This is your chance to visit places like Hawaii, California, New York, Florida, and even Alaska! Pack your suitcases because we’re in for a fun ride across the USA. We’ll be making some cool crafts while learning about all 50 states and what’s significant about each of them. We will recreate the kinds of foods that are popular in each state. We’ll talk about freedom, celebrate our past and our future, and of course HAVE FUN, red, white & blue style. It’s the perfect way to kick off America’s birthday the week of July 4th. Uncle Sam wants YOU to join this camp! INSTRUCTOR: Lina Thompson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 5-8, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

INTERNATIONAL EXPLORERS GRADES K-2 WEEK 3 FULL This weeklong camp is truly one-of-the-kind! Join us to learn about the largest country in the world with 9 time zones and where winter can last up to 9 months a year. Did you know the biggest and deepest lake is in Russia? We’ll explore a different part of the world and learn about Russian cartoons, foods, folk dancing and music. We’ll make lots of arts and crafts, dress in Russian costumes, play Russian games and learn a little language. See you there. INSTRUCTOR: Olga Langley, Substitute Teacher, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

HARRY POTTER FOR LOWER SCHOOL GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 2-3 FULL, 4-5 FULL Imagine yourself under an invisibility cloak playing hide and seek at camp—and the rest of the campers have a Marauder’s Map! Come to Platform 9¾ and take the Hogwarts’ Express to Summer on the Hill’s most enchanting camp. For two amazing, “muggle-free” weeks, you will discover “The Hogwarts’ Way.” Snack on a handful of Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans as you design your own wand and work robe. You will study Defense Against the Dark Arts, Charms, Care of Magical Creatures, Potions and invent your own spells. INSTRUCTOR: Hannah Harkey, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 10, (closed Monday, May 30 for Memorial Day), COST: $595; June 13-24. 9:00 am–3:00 pm, (2-week camps), COST: $660 HOOPS, SCOOPS, AND SHOTS AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 FULL, 9, 10, 11 Hoops, Scoops and Shots combines three of our most popular sports offerings: Basketball, Lacrosse, and Tennis! Hoops focuses on the fundamentals of basketball: passing, shooting, dribbling, and basic game rules. Scoops offer an introduction to lacrosse stressing cradling, passing, scooping, and catching. Shots utilize the highly popular USTA NetGeneration tennis curriculum combining basic skills and interactive games to reinforce the learning of groundstrokes, volleys, and serving.

JUMP FOR FUN GRADES K-2 WEEKS 4, 7 GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 3, 8 Jump! Includes jump rope activities for all skill levels. Activities vary daily with basic skills combined with relays, work outs, single rope, double rope, music and jump rope games. Fitness with fun improves stamina, builds heart strength and improves coordination, agility, and

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balance. Designed to be fun and invigorating, new techniques will increase interest in the sport of jump rope. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: Grades K-2: June 13-17, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm $205, July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $165; Grades 3-5: June 6-10, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, July 11-15, 9:00 am12:00 pm, COST: $205

browser based. Any PC, Apple computer, laptop, Chromebook, or tablet. Requires internet during use. INSTRUCTOR: Rex Academy SCHEDULE: June 6-10, July 11-15, August 1-5, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, June 20-24, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $210 LACROSSE – BEGINNER BOYS GRADES 1-4 WEEK 3 FULL Discover the keys to better basic lacrosse skills. Players are grouped by age and ability to enable the best possible learning. Coaches provide hands-on instruction along with personalized drills, practices and small-sided games. Additionally, players cool off during the day with a short swim in our indoor pool. The goal of the camp is to create a fun, exciting and supportive environment for your child to improve as an individual and team player. No previous experience is necessary. Lacrosse, considered the fastest game on two feet, combines many of the elements of basketball, soccer, and hockey. Campers should dress each day in a T-shirt, shorts, socks, and outdoor shoes/cleats. Required equipment: swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, stick, helmet, gloves, pads, mouth guard and cup. COACH: Jack Fisher, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

JUMP START GRADES 4-6 WEEK 10 Jump for Fun offers an exciting mix of traditional jump rope, Chinese jump rope, jump rope relays, jump rope workouts, partner jumping and jump rope games. Jumping rope is a great way to improve stamina, build heart strength and improve coordination, agility, and balance and have lots of fun! Music and mini-game breaks will keep the children engaged all week. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: July 25-29, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $205 JUST PLAY SPORTS GRADES K-3 WEEKS 1, 11 FULL GRADES 4-8 WEEKS 1, 10, 11 Fire up your muscles and get ready to hit the field in this energized camp that will have you begging for more fun. Experience sports like croquet, soccer, kickball, dodge ball, and more as you take part in structured games and build your character through teamwork. All activities will allow you to develop control, accuracy, coordination, and timing in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. For grades 3-8, we’ll take time to cool off and play games in the pool during the afternoons. Teams will be organized by age. COACHES: Janice LaMendola, Greenhill School, or Chris Miller, Wylie ISD SCHEDULE: Grades K-2: May 23-27, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330; August 1-5, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $330; Grades 4-8: May 23-27 9:00 am3:00 pm, July 25-29, August 1-5, 9:00 am–3:00 pm, COST: $330

LEGO CITY FROM SCRATCH GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 8 FULL, 10 FULL Bring your creative hard hat and your architect, engineering, and design skills as you help build our LEGO city. You will collaborate with your fellow builders as we decide which stores we should include and where our parks, playgrounds, schools, and houses should go. We will bring our city to life by building roads so by the end of the week new families can drive into town and stay. INSTRUCTOR: Greg Browne-Nichols, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 11-15, July 25-29, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $195

KARATE AND SELF-DEFENSE GRADES 1–4 WEEKS 8, 9, 10 Karate kids will get a kick out of this summer camp. Wouldn’t it be great if they could use this time to stay active, have fun, learn valuable life skills, and get some quality karate training? Well, with the Chamberlain Studios Karate Summer Camp, they can! Since 1981, our instruction has been rooted in our 3 Steps to a Great Kid character development program, which centers around training with our highly skilled black belt instructors in fundamental martial arts skills, drills, and activities. Your children will walk away happy from the fun activities, and you may find your life a little easier as they earn stripes by doing chores at home. Custom uniforms are available from the camp instructor for $35. COACHES: Chamberlain Studios of Self-Defense SCHEDULE: July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

LEGO CRAZY CONTRAPTIONS AND GADGETS GRADES 1–4 WEEKS 2 FULL, 3 FULL Join a fun, learning environment as we will investigate axles, gears, pulleys, and beams in hands-on activities. Use your imagination and all sorts of gadgets creativity, and the LEGO Inventions book to assemble crazy, action gadgets contraptions such as Coat Hanger Daredevil, PingPong Popper, 9-Foot Rubber Band Racer, Balloon Powered Rocket Car, Automatic Field Goal Kicker, The Candy Machine and so much more! INSTRUCTOR: Brian Donnell, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day) 9:00 am-12:00 pm or 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $155; June 6-10, 12:30 pm–3:30 pm, COST: $195 LEGO MASTER BUILDERS’ ACADEMY GRADES 3–5 WEEK 4 This is an exciting camp that takes you through a progression of techniques used by real LEGO master builders! We will work on given models before designing our own spaceships using the techniques learned. These new skills can be used at home to further the exploration and creativity of your young master builder mind! Because of the materials used, it is recommended that campers be comfortable reading and building from plans. INSTRUCTOR: Brian Donnell, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

KEYBOARDING GRADES 2-5 WEEKS 3, 5 FULL, 8, 11 FULL This course is designed for grades 2 – 5 and is geared toward gaining proficiency in typing and general keyboarding. However, the course adds a special twist by incorporating common core modules from English, math, science, and social studies into the typing lessons. Furthermore, the course contains creative content such as filling in crossword puzzles and typing out flash cards to test typing proficiency beyond just typing endless sentences. System Requirements: This is

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LEGO STAR WARS GRADES 1–5 WEEKS 4 FULL, 5 FULL, 6 FULL The Star Wars movies and animated series is the basis for this camp. We will recreate and explore the fascinating worlds, vehicles, and characters of this legendary adventure. Activities include, but are not limited to, building small and large LEGO kits, reading Star Wars books, learning to draw characters, and making our own LEGO movie. You, the builder, will find fresh elements of these movies to inspire your own creations. “Fear is the path to the dark side.”—Yoda. “LEGO is the path to summer awesomeness.”—Mr. Donnell INSTRUCTOR: Brian Donnell, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, June 20-24, June 27-July 1, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $195

LOWER SCHOOL FUNDAMENTALS OF SUMMER READING AND WRITING GREENHILL STUDENTS ONLY GRADE 4 WEEK 5 GRADE 3 WEEK 6 Who says summer reading and writing can’t be fun? Students will practice comprehension strategies acquired during the academic year that they can take with them into next year. In the morning we’ll hold a reading workshop that includes quick, relevant reading strategy lessons, time for independent reading and written reflections, and time to share and discuss your books with peers. The goal for the session will be for students to gain a deeper understanding of their books, and practice reading strategies they will use in the coming school year. In the afternoon, students will focus on planning, organizing, and revising their writing. Using writing models and engaging texts in a workshop model, students will work on foundational writing skills in a large piece of writing and in short, focused pieces. Students will gain confidence from this weekly class. INSTRUCTOR: Lindsay Stenberg, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: Grade 4, June 20-24, 9:00 am-3:00 pm; Grade 3, June 27July 1; 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

LEGO SUPERHEROES GRADES 1–5 WEEKS 3, 5 FULL, 6 FULL Learn to use LEGO bricks and imagination to build scenes, create characters and villains, and form our favorite superheroes. As you explore the worlds of your favorite superheroes, you will learn to work cooperatively and think critically while having a blast! We will have a different objective each day as we embark on activities that include reading, drawing, writing, LEGO building and even some movie making. INSTRUCTOR: Brian Donnell, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 20-24, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

MAD SCIENCE WITH STEVE SPANGLER GRADES 2–4 WEEKS 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 FULL ALL WEEKS Get hooked on science with instasnow, electric pickles, disappearing ink, atomic glow slime, flying potatoes, erupting soda and much more. You will uncover “science secrets” by doing your own Steve Spangler experiments. Excite your imagination in this unforgettable learning experience with innovative, hands-on activities, captivating demonstrations, and creative learning tools. INSTRUCTOR: Linda Mitchell-Hill, Gifted Program DISD SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3, (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), COST: $265; June 6-10, June 13-17, June 20-24, July 11-15, 9:00 am– 3:00 pm, COST: $330

LEMONADE STAND ENTREPRENEUR GRADES 2–4 WEEKS 5 FULL, 6 FULL Lemonade in the summer, the perfect refreshing beverage! In this young, beginner’s entrepreneur camp you’ll learn how to start your own business. We’ll learn about measuring, researching, marketing, advertising and how to bake some delicious recipes. Get ready to work as a team to build and decorate your own lemonade stand and make posters to advertise your newfound business. Profits from our sales will go to a local charity. Join us as we learn about teamwork and economics in this fun-filled camp! INSTRUCTOR: Lina Thompson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm or 12:30 pm3:30 pm COST: $200

MAGIC EXPLORERS GRADES K-2 WEEK 7 The Dallas Magic Academy presents Magic Explorers. Developed for students ages 5-7 years old. Have fun, make friends, feel special, and have something exciting to look forward to. The focus is on magic, fun, and learning. The magic makes the fun happen; the fun makes the learning easy. We will create our own magic with crafts, practice, demonstration, and fun. All props and materials are provided and by the end of class, each student will have the knowledge and ability to perform their tricks for their friends and family. The props that you will make and receive are quality products and will last for years of fun and entertainment. INSTRUCTORS: Dal and Cinde Sanders, The Dallas Magic Academy SCHEDULE: July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 12:30 pm–3:30 pm COST: $210

LITERACY FUNDAMENTALS GRADES 3-4 WEEK 6 These camps are designed to help students get ready for the next school year literacy. For Literacy, we will hold a reading workshop that includes quick, relevant reading strategy lessons, time for independent reading and written reflections, and time to share and discuss your books. Camper will also focus on planning, organizing and revising their writing. Using writing models and engaging texts in a workshop model, camper will work on foundational writing skills in a large piece of writing and in short, focused pieces. INSTRUCTOR: Laura Flanagan, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $195

MAGICAL GNOMES, FAIRIES AND ELVES GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 3, 9 Gnomes, Fairies, and Elves, OH-My! Have you ever seen any of these mystical creatures? Join us as we enter this wonderland of enchanted

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gardens and mushroom forests. We will be creating some Fairy-artistic crafts and maybe even sculpting a gnome or two for your garden at home. Grab your pixie wings and gnome hats it is off to the Magical Garden we go! INSTRUCTOR: Rhiannon Reyes, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, July 18-22, 12:30 am–3:30 pm COST: $195

SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $170; June 13-17, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, $210; June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, $210; July 11-15, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $210 MIGHTY GIRLS MAKING A DIFFERENCE GRADES 4-8 WEEK 9 Students in grades 4-8 will learn about the powerful women both historical and modern. We will have a different theme and discussion each day about women in different roles, artists, writers, scientists, politicians, and activists. Boys are cool but girls’ rule. Come prepared to participate in fun projects as we explore different ways to be mighty girls! “And though she is but little, she is fierce” – William Shakespeare. INSTRUCTOR: Amy Bresie, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 18-22, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

MAGICAL UNICORNS AND DRAGONS STUFF-N-FLUFF GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 2 FULL, 4, 7, 8 FULL Unicorn, dragon or dinosaur? YOU choose! Campers pick which mythical or legendary creature they like best! We will begin the exciting week with stuffing a unicorn, dragon or dinosaur! Once we have our new friends, we will read books and make props and crafts to begin the magical mini-world you want to create. The camp engages campers to create their own imaginary world. As time allows, campers will make unicorn horns, dragon and dinosaur spikes and tails dragon and mini kingdoms! INSTRUCTOR: Trish Lopez, OTC Educational Services SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, July 5-8, 9:00 am-12:00 pm (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), COST: $170; June 13-17, July 11-15, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $205

MINDFUL CRAFTING GRADES 3–5 WEEK 9 Relax and Craft? Yes, please! Join us as we practice mindful crafting. Each day, we will engage in a mindful practice, learn the basics of hand lettering by writing positive affirmations, and craft with paper, yarn, wood, and canvas. We’ll also experience a little gardening! If you enjoy crafting and learning strategies to be calm and focus on the present moment, this is the class for you! INSTRUCTOR: Nicole Jones, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 18-22, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

MATH ANIMALS STUFF-N-FLUFF AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 6 FULL, 10 FULL Do you want to learn your numbers or get better at counting? Math Animals Camp can be an exciting way to make numbers come to life! The camp shows our campers how to identify numbers and count through multi-sensory activities and projects. Our first day begins with a stuff-n-fluff activity by hand stuffing a new animal friend. Learning to count and recognizing numbers by saying their names, will be amazing and fun! Using the animals to help count toes, fingers, spots, stripes, and teeth! Not only will we sing songs to help us remember our numbers, but we will also read stories, play math games such as Jumpin' Numbers, Animal Counting, Number Bingo, and more. INSTRUCTORS: Trish Lopez, OTC Educational Services SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, July 25-29, 9:00 am12:00 pm COST: $205

MINDFUL MEDITATION, YOGA AND CRAFTS GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 3 FULL, 4 Students will start the morning by taking some mindful breathes and stretching. Students will create mindful artwork and jewelry to help them stay calm and collected throughout the day. They will enjoy learning new ways to help them better manage their emotions and find creative and calming ways to express themselves not just at camp but at home too! Join us and be mindful. INSTRUCTOR: Hennah Abubaker, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 13-17, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

MATH GAMES FOR FUN GRADES K-PRIMER WEEKS 5, 6 By actively using games, puzzles, music, art, and familiar items, we will be practicing mathematical concepts without even realizing it! We’ll count by 2’s and 5’s, identify and count coins, do mental math and count backward. Students will make some of their own games allowing family members to join in on the enjoyment at home. INSTRUCTOR: Leanne Woods, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, June 27-July 1, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $195

MINECRAFT MODIFICATIONS FOR JUNIORS GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 2, 7 FULL, 10 Minecraft is one of the most popular and heavily modified games in the world. The game itself is based in Java and students in our Minecraft Modification class are introduced to the language as well as many other technologies. When a student finishes our class, they will have the resources that they need to explore their ambitions plans to modify their own server and be able to work on their own towards that goal. Click here for curriculum overview • Students must have a computer with Windows Operating System. Reliable Internet Access. • Minecraft Java Edition Account - Students must buy on their own. Rex will not pay for the account. Cost $26.95. INSTRUCTORS: Rex Academy SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $170; July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, $170; July 25-29, 9:00 am12:00 pm, COST: $210

MICROSOFT GAME DEVELOPMENT GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 2, 4, 6, 8 This course uses the simple, icon-based, educational programming language developed by the Kodu Game Lab to teach core components of computational design such as conditions and actions. This camp promotes skills in problem-solving, reasoning, and deduction; and is built to build students’ confidence in their computer skills. Technology Requirements • Students must have a computer with a Windows Operating System. Kodu will not run on a Mac OS or Apple computer. INSTRUCTORS: Rex Academy

MINI DISC GOLF GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 2, 5, 7 Kidokinetics will work with our school and camp partners to construct a personalized disc golf course which will facilitate learning this fun

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sport. With characteristics like golf, the game develops upper and lower body conditioning, aerobics exercise, and mental stimulation. Concentration skills are increased by mastering shots and negotiating obstacles during play. The game is suitable for all physical conditions as pace and timing of play is flexible. The Kidokinetics course will be planned to provide fun for players as well as ongoing instruction to build confidence and improved play! COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $205; May 31-June 3, (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $165; July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 12:30 pm3:30 pm, COST: $165

are great for developing key physical skills including agility, precision, coordination, speed, teamwork and strategy. Fun games will foster a positive learning experience while building a knowledge of each sport. All equipment is provided. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: June 20-24, July 18-22, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $205; May 31-June 3, (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $165 NINJAS VS PIRATES GRADES K-2 WEEK 5 FULL An ongoing battle for who is the best hero turns into an adventure like no other. Let us set sail for a land far away from where Ninjas & Pirates get together to see who the best is! Chart ye course to Greenhill’s Summer on the Hill program, to join us on our adventure. We will learn how to talk like a pirate and move like a ninja and make a few trinkets along the way. Beware, as this epic battle unfolds before your eyes. INSTRUCTOR: Cindy Rios, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

MINI NFL FLAG FOOTBALL GRADES K-2 WEEKS 4, 7 Flag Football is an active sport providing development of many vital skills! Our coaches have developed a fun curriculum to provide a high energy camp which will teach the fundamentals of flag football but also provide development in the areas of speed, agility, throwing, catching, coordination and balance. While the camp focuses on the sport the coaches will introduce fun games and alternate activities to reinforce the skills. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: June 13-17, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $205; July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $165 MUSIC AND BEAT MAKING SQUAD GRADES 3-4 WEEK 5 Do you like Music? Do you want to make beats such as: Hip-Hop, Pop, EDM, Dance, R&B, etc.? Well then you came to the right place! This camp will teach students how to make beats using an iPad (provided by the camp) to sing on, for a ringtone, or just to have a cool beat to play for friends. Students will be taught how to use different types of digital instruments, devices, and effects on the iPad to make their beat sound professional. Students will also be able to download their tracks and email via mp3 to themselves and/or parents. Join us for a fun, exciting, beat making experience you will enjoy. INSTRUCTORS: Mike Munoz, WGW Media, LLC SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $210

OCEAN CREATURES GRADES K-2 WEEK 5 FULL Dive into summer camp fun! We’ll engage our little campers in handson activities which are informative and fun. Students will have the chance to learn about amazing ocean creatures, their characteristics, and unique behaviors. Did you know creatures like the Christmas Tree Ocean Worms, Clown Frogfish, and Dumbo Octopus, are real? Our goal is to instill a sense of wonder and curiosity through interactive learning and fun! INSTRUCTOR: Robin C. Ables, OTR, M.Ed. SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

NFL FLAG FOOTBALL GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 1, 5, 7 Kidokinetics is proud to partner with NFL Flag Football to bring America’s favorite sport to young players in a safe, no tackle environment. Players can expect to be physically active through continuous action while learning the fundamental skills of football, lessons in teamwork, the introduction of key life lessons and sportsmanship. Trained coaches utilize the high-quality curriculum to develop not only football skills, but important fitness components including agility, strength, endurance, speed, coordination, and accuracy. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: May 23-27, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $205, July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $165

ONCE UPON A TIME GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 4, 8 This is a perfect camp if your child likes: arts and crafts, reading, writing, games, and of course FAIRY TALES!! We will spend our days going over our favorite fairy tales and as time allows students will create their own story! INSTRUCTOR: Ann Easley, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, July 11-15, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330 OOEY, GOOEY SENSORY SCIENCE AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEKS 3 FULL, 6 FULL Calling all young scientists! Join us as we experiment with science that will utilize all five of our senses. You will enjoy getting messy with lots of fun, hands-on experiments that will end with journaling using the new vocabulary you’ve picked up. Wear old clothes and don’t forget your thinking cap! INSTRUCTOR: Greg Browne-Nichols, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

NET IT OUT GRADES K-3 WEEKS 2 FULL, 5 FULL, 7, 9 The “Net it Out” experience is designed to introduce young children to a variety of net games. During the week the camp will help children learn the fundamentals of tennis, pickleball and badminton. Net games

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OUTSIDE THE LINES-CREATIVE ART CAMP GRADES 4-8 WEEKS 2, 3, 4, 5 GRADES 3-6 WEEK 8 Creating art can be so fun! In this fun and creative camp, we will introduce aspiring artists to the wonderful world of art! We will not only learn the fundamentals of drawing using simple easy-to-follow methods for building artistic skills, but we will also experiment with different types of paint and mixed media supplies. As a young artist, you’ll be encouraged to show your individual, creative expression as you form the artistic foundation that will equip you to create all sorts of art! Campers will create a portfolio, including drawings, paintings, and mixed media art, that will be sent home at the end of the week. INSTRUCTOR: Amanda Miller, Allen ISD SCHEDULE: Grades 4-8: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), COST: $265; June 6-10, June 13-17, June 20-24 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330: Grades 3-6: July 11-15, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

PASTEL DRAWING – PATTERN & DESIGN A WORLD TOUR GRADES 1-4 WEEK 6 Young Rembrandts now offers a five-day chalk pastel drawing class! Explore multicultural art in our Worldly Artistic Designs workshop. We begin our world tour in Mexico as we draw several welcoming, colorful doorways. Next, we journey to Africa and explore the design intricacies of African crafts. Our artistic enlightenment doesn’t stop there; we’ll move on to design Paisley patterns, an ancient design embraced by many cultures. Then, Asian paper lanterns will shed light on the Far Eastern design styles. Our travels end in Russia as we illustrate a mainstay of Russian architecture – the Onion Dome. These classes will be messy fun, so dress appropriately. Enroll today! INSTRUCTORS: Young Rembrandts of North Dallas SCHEDULE: June 28-July 2, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $210 PASTELS – MASTER THE MASTERS GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 2 FULL, 9 FULL This Young Rembrandts’ Pastel Art workshop will focus on five different artists. Each day, we will create a large, original pastel drawing replicating a famous artist’s masterpiece. We will draw a colorful goldfish bowl as Henri Matisse did in his Goldfish painting. On day two, we will recreate Vincent Van Gogh’s famous Starry Night complete with swirls throughout the sky. On day three, we will create a powerful still life full of robust color as Paul Cezanne did often in his paintings. Day four will find us drawing Andre Derain’s Portrait of Matisse. On the final day, we will draw as Thiebaud did for his Cake Paintings. Each day will challenge us with the pastel media. But in the end, we will be Masters ourselves. You will want the drawings framed! No experience necessary. Please wear clothes that can get dirty. INSTRUCTORS: Young Rembrandts of North Dallas SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $170; July 18-22, 9:00 am–12:00 pm, COST: $210

OUTTA THIS WORLD! GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 2 FULL, 3 In this camp students will learn about outer space! We will make a model of the solar system, play space games, design an alien. As time allows students will create a report of a planet of their choosing. INSTRUCTOR: Ann Easley, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $265; June 6-10, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330 PAINT AND PLAY GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 5, 6 Have you ever looked around your home and wondered what you should do next? Have you ever stared at a fork, straw, marble, or wall and thought you could create something great? In this camp, you will paint with various household items and play some of your favorite games. Whether you are painting a project or making a craft, you will always have time to play with your friends! INSTRUCTOR: Natsanet Fesseha, Richardson ISD SCHEDULE: June 20-24, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

PEEWEE RECREATIONAL CAMP GRADES K-2 WEEKS 8 FULL, 9, 10 FULL Join us as we dive into science, bake yummy treats, get creative with arts and crafts, play games, and go on outdoor adventures this summer. Together we’ll spend our final summer days playing in the sprinkler and sipping on lemonade. Wear your play clothes and bring a towel and bathing suit for water games. INSTRUCTORS: Shanna Kerr, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29 COST: $330

PAINT FOR DAYS AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEKS 2 FULL, 7 FULL If you enjoy experimenting with paint, engaging in messy projects, and expressing yourself freely, then you’ve come to the right place! As we Paint for Days, you will develop your love for art as you learn different types of painting such as upside-down painting, marble painting, finger painting and much more. Come have a mess of a good time that your parents won’t need to worry about cleaning up. INSTRUCTOR: Greg Browne-Nichols, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am–3:00 pm, COST: $265; July 5-

PHONICS FUN GRADES K-1 WEEKS 9 FULL, 10 Are you looking for experiences that encourage active learning? Phonics fun will focus on developing literacy skills and solidifying acquired ones in fun and meaningful ways. Together, we will play educational games that focus on identifying letters and sounds, blending phonemes, and reading sight words to strengthen our reading fluency. INSTRUCTOR: Natsanet Fesseha, Richardson ISD SCHEDULE: July 18-22, July 25-29, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

PAINT LIKE THE MASTERS GRADES 3-5 WEEK 3 FULL If you enjoy experimenting with paint, engaging in messy projects and expressing yourself freely, then you’ve come to the right place! As we Paint for Days, you will develop your love for art as you learn different types of painting such as upside-down painting, marble painting, finger painting and much more. Come have a mess of a good time that your parents won’t need to worry about cleaning up. INSTRUCTOR: Rima Zachariah, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 12:30 pm–3:30 pm COST: $195

PICKLEBALL PANDAMONIUM GRADES 1-4 WEEKS 3, 6, 9 Join the fun of the new sports craze for young boys and girls. Combining the skills of tennis, badminton, and table tennis you get a fast-moving, energy-driving, teamwork-oriented sport. Key skills include agility, speed, accuracy, precision, reaction, coordination, and flexibility. The

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game utilizes wood paddles and a perforated polymer ball (whiffle type) on a court surface modified for small court play. All equipment is provided. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 27-July 1, July 18-22 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $205

PUT THE V IN VOLLEYBALL GRADES K-2 WEEKS 2, 6, 11 Kidokineitcs Volleyball camp introduces the fundamentals as well as creates a fun learning experience which enables children to determine their interest and ability in the sport. The camp will build confidence and self-esteem in each session of the camp. The volleyball camp includes fun, action, knowledge building and teamwork and will develop skill components including strength, endurance, accuracy and improved coordination. The skills will be taught in a non-competitive manner with the focus on positive interaction. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3, (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $165; June 27-July 1,9:00 am-12:00 pm, August 1-5, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $205

PLANT SCIENCE GRADES K-2 WEEKS 5 FULL, 7 Plant science is one of the earliest types of science that children can understand. The curiosity of learning about soil, plant types, growing seeds, and how plants make fruit and vegetables peek into the young mind in an interesting way. Your campers are sure to love these hands-on plant activities. We will start our own vegetable garden and create a recipe book with recipes with what we harvested. Creating terrariums with beautiful plants to keep in your home for years to come. Come GROW with us in the Garden! INSTRUCTOR: Isabel Chavez, Former Greenhill SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330, July 5-8, (closed Monday, July 4) 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $265 POKEMON CAMP GRADES K-1 WEEK 2 Calling all Pokémon trainers! If you love Pokémon arts and crafts or Pokémon cards then this camp is for you. In this camp, we will learn to play the Pokémon card game, battle and use our imaginations to travel into the Pokémon universe! Come show off your skills as you battle for power in your journey through the Pokémon world! Do you have what it takes to become a Pokémon Master? INSTRUCTOR: Leanne Woods, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $155

RAINFOREST CAMP AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEK 8 Tree frogs, three toed sloths, toucans…oh my! Rainforest camp offers young children the chance to research, explore, and build their own rainforest. We will engineer Rainforest creatures, create trees, and do many other projects, all while learning about the amazing life in the Amazon Rainforest. INSTRUCTOR: Irma, Lechuga, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 11-15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330 REVOLUTIONARY WAR FOR YOUNG HISTORIANS GRADES 4-6 WEEKS 6, 7 Why do we celebrate American Independence on July 4th instead of July 2nd when the Declaration of Independence was written? What motivated patriots? Tories? Did Washington really stand in the boat? We will tackle these questions and more as we explore the Revolutionary War through hands-on activities, debate, and historical re-enactment. INSTRUCTOR: Amy Bresie, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 28-July 2, July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4), 9:00 am12:00 pm COST: $195

POKEMON TRAINER GRADES 2-4 WEEK 4 FULL Calling all Pokémon trainers! If you love Pokémon arts and crafts, cards and video games, then this camp is for you. In this camp, we will learn to play the Pokémon card games, trade cards, battle and become a video gamer guru! Come show off your skills as you battle for power in your journey through the Pokémon universe! Do you have what it takes to become a Pokémon Master? INSTRUCTOR: Ben Whitley, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, 9:00am-3:00pm COST: $330

RIGHT ON TARGET AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 2 FULL, 4, 6 FULL, 8, 11 FULL Target Time Camp includes game play which helps children focus on precision, perceptual distance, coordination, concentration and flexibility. Coaches combine the fun of archery, bowling and mini disc golf to introduce children to the sports which involve hitting a ‘target’ as the primary goal of the game. COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, $165; June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, June 1317, July 11-15, August 1-5, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, $205

POLISHED TO PERFECTION - ETIQUETTE GRADES 1-3 WEEK 8 GRADES 4-7 WEEK 8 Who knew learning manners could be so fun? Platinum Manners teaches many different etiquette skills using games, role play, music, stories, and through discussions. You will learn expected and respected behaviors for any social setting. You will be empowered with the knowledge and skills needed to be socially competent with a high level of confidence and self-esteem. INSTRUCTOR: Lesa Hooker, Platinum Manners, LLC SCHEDULE: Grades 1-3: July 11-15, 9:00 am–12:00 pm; Grades 4-7: July 11-15, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $205

ROCK CLIMBING GRADES 3-7WEEKS 2 FULL PM, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 FULL, 8 FULL, 9 Indoor rock climbing offers students a non-competitive active lifestyle using experiences that provide personal development (physical, social

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and emotional), environmental understanding, stewardship, memorable adventures, and teambuilding. It’s a natural way for children to develop excellent core and upper body strength from an early age. Campers will train at one of Texas’ top indoor climbing facilities, with instruction from highly regarded instructors. Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Greenhill gymnasium. Equipment is provided for the camp. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks. Coaches: Matthew Giorgio, Caroline Kim, Greenhill School SCHEDULE AND COST: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm and or 12:30 pm–3:30 pm, $170, June 6-10, June 1317, June 20-24, June 27-July 1, July 11-15, July 18-22, 9:00 am-12:00 pm and or 12:30 pm–3:30 pm, $210

INSTRUCTORS: The Kid’s Classroom Instructors SCHEDULE: June 6-10, July 27-July 1, July 18-22, August 1-5, 9:00 am3:00 pm COST: $330 SKETCH COMEDY GRADES 3-5 WEEK 5 FULL GRADES 4-8 WEEKS 6 FULL, 10 FULL Do you like to laugh? Do you like making other people laugh? Sketch Comedy is just for you! It's just like Saturday Night Live, where we will write and rehearse a completely new sketch comedy show every week on a particular theme. As always, a final performance of all student work will take place at the end of each week, so join us for a new show every Friday this summer! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: Grades 3-5: June 20-24; Grade 4-8: June 27-July 1, July 2529, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm

SCIENCE SPA PARTY GRADES 2-4 WEEKS 5 FULL, 6 FULL Ready for a relaxing and fun week at the spa? Join us this week as we use science experiments to create bath salts, bath bombs and much more! We will start the day off learning yoga poses, mindfulness exercises, and relaxation techniques that benefits our bodies. In the afternoon, we’ll conduct spa science experiments that help relieve stress, all while having fun. We will end the week pampering ourselves with manicures and a movie! INSTRUCTOR: Hennah Abubaker, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

SMARTY PANTS ANIMAL STUFF-N-FLUFF AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 3, 5 FULL, 8 A fun camp that combines all our popular animal camps! Our first day begins with a stuff-n-fluff activity by hand stuffing a new friend that can help campers in their learning. Campers become familiar the alphabet through scavenger hunts, diving in the alphabet pool and learning through inquiry based and multisensory learning. Along with our alphabet adventures is our math –a-mazing maze! Campers go through a maze of numbers learning to count and recognizing numbers by saying their names. As they identify the correct numbers, they move along to the next step. Using the animals to help count toes, fingers, spots, stripes, and teeth! Not only will we sing songs to help us remember our numbers, but we will also read stories, play math games such as Jumpin' Numbers, Animal Counting, Number Bingo, and more. Along with our fun learning, we will create crafts that help campers with hands on activities to connect to their learning! As our learning journey comes to a close, campers will enjoy their last day, stuffing one more special friend! INSTRUCTOR: Trish Lopez, OTC Educational Services SCHEDULE: June 6-10, July 11-15, 9:00 am-12:00 pm; June 20-24, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $205

SCRATCH PROGRAMMING GRADES 1–4 WEEKS 3, 7 FULL, 9 FULL Developed in 2003 by the MIT Media Lab, the Scratch computer language used in this class is specifically designed for kids ages 7 to 16. In this class students will create animations and games using the Scratch computer language developed by MIT specifically to teach computer programming to kids. Our MIT Game Development class allows students to learn all the major computer programming terms and concepts through block programming. The students make animations and games to learn terminology like variables, string processing, loops, and more. INSTRUCTOR: Rex Academy SCHEDULE: July 5-8, (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), COST: $170; June 6-10, July 18-22, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $210

SOCCER GRADES 1–4 WEEKS 1 FULL, 2, 4 Ready to learn the basics of soccer or enhance your soccer skills? In this all-day soccer camp, we’ll spend time on the fields in the morning working on technical skills, offensive and defensive tactics, and game play. Campers will be given the opportunity to develop their skills through individual and team exercises. In the afternoon, the camp will move indoors for PE games, free play, and more soccer! This is a fun and healthy learning environment for both girls, and boys of all levels and age ranges. Required equipment: indoor athletic shoes, soccer cleats, shin guards, and sunscreen. COACH: Paul Field, Greenhill School SCHEDULE AND COST: May 23-27, June 13-17, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $330; May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $265

SILLY MUSICIANS AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 3 FULL, 6 FULL, 9 FULL, 11 FULL Silly Musicians is an intro to music class that is full of energetic songs and activities to help with learning rhythm, pitch and melody, and bringing out students' full music potential. Children sing, dance, play instruments, shake eggs, beat drums, call and respond, clap, tap, pretend and learn! Live music each day of camp as well as interactive musical stories, musical instrument crafts, and lots of silliness while learning the fundamentals of music. New songs each week.

SOCCER GRADES K–4 WEEK 5 Players of all abilities will be challenged in the technical and tactical aspects of the game of soccer. Each day will include individual skills training and small-sided games. The directors believe in the importance of players developing through doing, so activities and games are

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designed to maximize the number of touches players get on the ball. One camp day will be dedicated to an “all-camp” indoor World Cup, which is always a camper favorite. Required equipment: indoor athletic shoes, soccer cleats, shin guards, and sunscreen. COACH: Laura Flanagan, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

Together we’ll bring Star Wars to life through books, art and our imagination in a camp that is out of this world! INSTRUCTOR: Rhiannon Reyes, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4), 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $265 STEVE SPANGLER’S AWESOME SCIENCE AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEKS 4 FULL, 9 FULL Get hooked on science with instasnow, electric pickles, disappearing ink, atomic glow slime, flying potatoes, erupting soda and much more. You will uncover “science secrets” by doing your own Steve Spangler experiments. Excite your imagination in this unforgettable learning experience with innovative, hands-on activities, captivating demonstrations, and creative learning tools. INSTRUCTOR: Greg Browne-Nichols, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, July 18-22, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

SPACE EXPLORERS GRADES K-1 WEEKS 3 FULL, 4 FULL This fun-filled camp will introduce campers to what’s far away, beyond the Earth. Space Explorers will venture beyond our skies to understand the larger world around us! We’ll learn about the Earth and its neighboring planets, moons, and stars. Campers will learn about astronaut explorations and their work in space. Our young explorers will be introduced to the solar system through ageappropriate activities, reading, building and art and crafts. INSTRUCTOR: Leanne Woods, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, June 13-17, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $195

SUMMER IN SPACE GRADES K-2 WEEK 8 Three, two, one … BLAST OFF, into this fun and activity-filled week learning about the solar system. We will use our imaginations as we travel to through the solar system. Some of our art projects will include designing and creating rocket ships and moon rocks. We’ll use our imagine astronaut training and create your own star? Be sure to join us this week because it’s going to be a blast! INSTRUCTOR: Cindy Rios, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 11-15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

SPY KIDS GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 3 FULL, 7 FULL, 10 FULL GRADES 4-6 WEEK 6 Do you have what it takes to be a super spy? Agent 47, the world’s most top-secret agent, is about to show you how. Learn how to make great spy gadgets, practice disguise techniques, and utilize secret codes to pass on messages. We’ll solve camp mysteries and uncover clues hidden around our 75-acre campus. This message will self-destruct in 60 seconds unless you accept this mission. INSTRUCTOR: Trish Lopez, OTC Educational Services SCHEDULE: Grades 1-3: July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $170; June 6-10, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, July 25-29, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, $205; Grades 4-6 June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $205 STAR WARS GRADES 4–8 WEEK 10 Long ago in a galaxy far, far away—and coming soon to Greenhill School— Star Wars Camp! George Lucas completed his six-movie saga back in 2005, but Disney has kept series going with new films and new characters that we all love. You’ll create interesting art projects, cook from several Star Wars themed recipes, and enjoy watching all the Star Wars movies to date. We will talk about and explore the entire film series, from the storylines and character arcs to the bloopers that often go unnoticed throughout the movies. We will learn how to use a lightsaber (and make one), find out what a Wookie really is, and understand why Anakin Skywalker ultimately turned to the dark side to become Darth Vader! We’ll practice our favorite scenes and re-enact them for a short video production that everyone will receive once camp ends. You will enjoy movies so amazing and other fun and energetic activities too. This is the camp you won’t want to miss! INSTRUCTOR: Johnny Thompson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 25-29, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

SUMMER PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY (SPAA)-BEGINNERS GRADES 2-3 WEEKS 4, 6 FULL The perfect program to introduce young children to the excitement and discipline of theatre. Whether your child’s personality is outgoing or reserved, they can find success in this class. Our friendly teachers use games, storytelling, improvisation, puppetry, singing and movement in a creative and safe environment. We focus on confidence, concentration, cooperation and FUN. Concludes with a joyous presentation of class work for family and friends. INSTRUCTORS: Katherine Anderson and Greenhill Fine Arts Faculty SCHEDULE: June 13-17, June 27-July 1, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm COST: $195 SUMMER PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY (SPAA)-JUNIORS GRADES 4-5 WEEKS 5, 8 SOTH’s Summer Performing Arts Academy. Be bold, be expressive! Greenhill’s Summer Performing Arts Academy (SPAA) presents the Tykes and Beginners Program. Under the oversight and direction of Terry Martin, Greenhill's Head of Fine Arts and award-winning actor, director, and professional acting teacher our newly designed Summer Performing Arts Academy (SPPA) is a concentrated young-actor training program open for pre-kindergarten through high school students. A fantastic program designed specifically for 4th and 5th grade students eager to learn about theatre. Core acting classes include voice & movement, improvisation, scene study, and musical theatre. Students will also explore behind the scenes elements of theatre, collaborate

STAR WARS FOR YOUNG TROOPERS GRADES K-1 WEEK 7 FULL Storm Troopers, grab your lightsaber and join us in a galaxy far, far away. You’ll be trained in the ways of the force as we explore planets, learn to read holograms and meet some interesting characters.

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with main program students, and create original work to be shared with audiences. Great for new & returning students. Culminates in an exuberant presentation of class work for family and friends on final class day. INSTRUCTORS: Katherine Anderson and Greenhill Fine Arts Faculty SCHEDULE: June 20-24, July 11-15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330

SWIMMING LESSONS GRADES 1-6 WEEKS 3–11 Swim camp is designed to assist and promote each student according to his or her ability and experience. Classes are available for the beginning swimmer through the experienced, competitive swimmer. Instruction is fun while stressing proper technique, optimal learning, and water safety. Required equipment: swimsuit, goggles, and towel. Swim students must be at least 5 years old to enroll, must be able to be separated from parents for one hour, and be able to willingly put their face in the water. The course is designed to teach safety and proficiency for our campers. COACHES: Certified Greenhill School Lifeguards SCHEDULE: Weekly from June 6-August 5, 8:00 am–8:45 am, COST: $150; July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), COST: $120

SUMMER PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY (SPAA) -TYKES GRADES K-1 WEEKS 4 FULL, 6 FULL The perfect program to introduce young children to the excitement and discipline of theatre. Whether your child’s personality is outgoing or reserved, they can find success in this class. Our friendly teachers use games, storytelling, improvisation, puppetry, singing and movement in a creative and safe environment. We focus on confidence, concentration, cooperation and FUN. Concludes with a joyous presentation of class work for family and friends. INSTRUCTORS: Katherine Anderson and Greenhill Fine Arts Faculty SCHEDULE: June 13-17, June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

SWINGING SAFARI AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEK 5 FULL Get ready for an adventure at Summer on the Hill’s Safari Camp! Our little campers will explore habitats, discover wildlife, connect with friends, and create new memories. Campers will learn about wildlife conservation, how to be an ally for wildlife, and have an amazing amount of fun with animal art projects! We’ll discover how animals like cheetahs, crocodiles, rhinos and elephants survive in the wild. Each day we’ll feed our very own campus peacocks and search for their colorful feathers and egg nests. On Friday, we’ll bring a mobile petting zoo to campus to give students the chance to pet a cute friendly critter for the first time, learn new things about animals, or just be entertained by the comical antics of the gentle petting zoo animals. INSTRUCTOR: Maeci Simmons, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

SUPERHEROES AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEK 9 FULL Become a superhero this summer. Get creative as you choose your superpowers and superhero name. Have a blast creating your own costume, including capes and masks. Invent extravagant superhero artwork, learn theatre, and sharpen your acting skills as you show your courage when performing in front of an audience. Fly into camp this summer and we’ll work as a team to save the world! INSTRUCTOR: Gabby Moscetta, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 18-22, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

TENNIS AND RECREATIONAL SWIM AGES 6–18 WEEKS 1-11 FULL WEEK 1, 11 Tennis and Recreational Swim Camps are a fun way to enjoy a good workout on the tennis court followed by recreational swim in our indoor pool to cool off. Camps are designed to develop a strong foundation through stroke production, engaging drills and point play. We will incorporate the use of red balls, orange balls and shorter courts for kids that are 10 and under and full-court yellow balls for more advanced and older players. The Tennis staff is a group of experienced professionals that incorporate a philosophy of fun with learning to make the program enjoyable. The day will consist of on-court instruction where we will focus on fundamentals and techniques, strategy and point play. At the end of the session, campers will have the opportunity to cool off and enjoy recreational fun in our pool. Required equipment: tennis racket, hat, sunscreen, and swimsuit. COACHES: Jeff Ewing, Director of Tennis, USPTA, Greenhill School and Greenhill Coaches SCHEDULE: Half Day - Weekly from May 23 through August 5, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $195; May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, $155 FULL DAY - Weekly from May 23 through June 24, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330; May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $265

SUPER SPORTS SAMPLER! BY KIDOKINETICS AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEKS 1 FULL, 3 FULL, 8, 9, 11 FULL Super Sports Sampler is designed to provide a fun, active week of exercise, games, nutrition, and sports activities. Coaches introduce new sports activities each day to keep the kiddos excited and engaged with a focus on skills and drills. During breaks, coaches provide an arts and crafts project, story time with sports and nutrition themed children’s books, and various games. Sports activities include Golf, Tennis, Basketball, Baseball/T-ball, Flag Football, Soccer, Badminton, Hockey, Obstacle Courses, Hula Hoops, Noodlekinetics, Jump Rope, Kickball, Lacrosse, Volleyball, Frisbees, and Parachute Games. Children must be fully potty trained. COACHES: Kidokinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: May 23-27, June 6-10, July 11-15, July 18-11, August 1-5, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $205 SUPERHERO ART GRADES K-2 WEEKS 4 FULL, 9 Up...up...and away with an awesome hero and villain experience! We'll get to doodle our way through heroes from the late 1930's to today, spend a day with everybody's favorite bad guys, and wrap up the week creating heroes (or villains) of our own! Students will get to keep a sketchbook of all their art during the course of the week and enjoy some vintage and modern hero cartoons as well! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, July 18-22, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

T-BALL, BASEBALL AND GAMES AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 6–11 This fun-filled sports camp is a great way to introduce your young athlete to the game of t-ball and baseball. Boys and girls will develop hitting, throwing, base running and fielding skills through fun games

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and activities. Our program encourages physical activities at a young age all while developing motor skills, focus, and how to follow instructions. Players are grouped by age and ability to enable the best possible learning. Camp will be under the direction of Coach Richardson, former Rice University baseball player and currently Greenhill’s JV Baseball coach. Please bring a glove and cap with you each day. INSTRUCTOR: Darrell Richardson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29, August 15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330; July 5-8, (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day) 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $265

INSTRUCTORS: Isabel Chavez SCHEDULE: June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330 THEATER GAMES GRADES K-2 WEEK 8 FULL In Theater G.A.M.E.S. (Group Activities Making Everyone Shine), students will get to move, act, explore, laugh, create, and get the “sillies” out while sharpening their drama skills. Games and activities are geared towards teamwork, physical and vocal expression, and above all else, FUN! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: July 11-15, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

TEXAS STATE FAIR GRADES K-2 WEEK 10 FULL Summer on the Hill presents our very own Texas State Fair. The week will be filled with amazing fair foods, arts and crafts, dance and song, games, and lots of old fashion fun. Grab your cowboy hat and head over to watch our parade, visit the farm animals we’ll learn about and then play on the merry-go-round. It’s “All Things Texan” this week at the State Fair. INSTRUCTOR: Lina Thompson, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 25-29, 9:00-3:00 pm COST: $330

TIE DYE PARTY GRADES 2-4 WEEK 7 FULL Nothing says summer like a bright colored shirt! Join us for the ultimate tie dye bash! You’ll learn how to create swirls, stripes, polka dots, and other patterns and their techniques. Come and pick out your favorite colors to create unique and groovy art pieces that match your awesome personality. These eye-catching creations will have you being the talk of the campus. INSTRUCTOR: Irma Lechuga, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 5-8 (closed Monday July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $155

THE JEDI WAY GRADES 2-5 WEEK 5 GRADES K-2 WEEK 10 FULL Just because the Skywalker saga is both over doesn’t mean we can’t feed our inner Jedi! Make and paint your own Lightsaber! Draw the newest aliens for the Senate or the Mos Eisley cantina! We have X, Y, A, and B Wings, but can you design ships for all the other letters of the alphabet? Fly the Death Star trench in a fighter of your own design! Make the Kessel Run! Test your Star Wars Trivia! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: Grades 2-5: June 20-24, 9:00 am-12:00 pm; Grades K-2, July 25-29, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

TUMBLEFUN AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 2 FULL, 6 FULL, 9 FULL, 10 FULL Combining the best of tumbling and gymnastics basics with games and activities provides young boys and girls a week of fitness, skills, and FUN! Our Tumble Fun camp instructs floor activities including forward and backward rolls, bridges, donkey kicks, jumps, and cartwheels. Our trained coaches keep the week varied with the use of obstacle courses, parachute games, music, rhythm streamers, games and more! Each day children will engage in basic fitness components such as flexibility, balance, and coordination. Perfect for any child that likes to move, wiggle, and have FUN! COACHES: Sportkinetics Dallas SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, COST: $165; June 27-July 1, July 18-22, July 25-29, 12:30 pm-3:30 pm, $205; July 25-29, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $205

THE MYSTICAL PARK – RAINBOWS, BUTTERFLIES, UNICORNS GRADES K-1 WEEKS 7, 8, 9 Does your child love everything about rainbows, butterflies, and unicorns? This week, you’ll get the best of both worlds. Rainbow jewelry, a rainbow pinata, and a rainbow catcher. We’ll do it all and enjoy many mystical activities. Who doesn't love rainbows, butterflies, and unicorns!? This week, you will get the best of the best. From rainbow jewelry to fluttering butterflies, and even sparkly prancing unicorns. We will dabble into this and so much more. Come join us as we create an array of mystical activities! INSTRUCTOR: Mara Brachtl and Angela Brown , Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-12:00 pm, COST: $155, July 11-15, July 18-22, 9:00-12:00 pm COST: $195

TYPING SKILLS GRADES 3–6 WEEKS 5, 6, 9 Are you frustrated with hunting and pecking on the keyboard? Would you like to be able to type your assignments more quickly? This class focuses on developing correct keyboarding skills as a tool to promote academic success. Emphasis will be placed on learning correct finger placement, posture, and movement. After learning the fundamentals of typing, students work to improve their speed and accuracy through a variety of drills and exercises. Correct techniques will give students greater confidence as they become touch typists and use the computer keyboard in most effective ways. Must bring your own laptop.

THE SCIENCE OF READING GRADES PK-1 WEEK 6 FULL We will be having multisensory activities to teach students how to read, personalized to their own reading levels. This would include support in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency (letters, sounds, words, phrases, texts), vocabulary, and comprehension. The multisensory activities will range from tracing letters and words with foam to creating a class story! Read-a-louds, Sight Word Bingo, and Decoding strategies are only some of the activities we are going to be engaging in on this weeklong journey into the Science of Reading.

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INSTRUCTOR: Paul Yang, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, June 27-July 1, July 18-22, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195

loads of sprinkles and color! We will also spend time creating fun crafts and art pieces! INSTRUCTOR: Nicole Jones, Dallas ISD SCHEDULE : June 27-July 1, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330; July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $265

ULTIMATE MULTI SPORTS CAMP (PREVIOUSLY JUST PLAY) GRADES 4-8 WEEKS 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10 Come join us for a fun-filled week of recreational sports activities. Throughout the week we will play an array of fun sports and PE Games. With themed days such as Camper Choice, a day dedicated to sports the campers are into. We will freshen up on our team building, communication, and leadership skills along the way. All things a great athlete needs. At the end of the day, we’ll take a dip in Greenhill’s indoor pool or splash area. If you love playing sports games, this is the camp for you! INSTRUCTOR: Chris Miller, Wylie ISD SCHEDULE AND COST: Grades 4-8 - May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $265; June 6-10, June 13-17, July 11-15, July 18-22, July 25-29, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, $330

VOLLEYBALL FOR BEGINNERS’ GIRLS GRADES 3–6 WEEK 3 Learn the fundamentals of passing, setting, serving, and hitting! Young players improve their technique and court sense through this innovative program of instruction that includes individual player evaluations, daily competitive play, and player awards. This is essential training before those fall tryouts. Required equipment: kneepads, swimsuit, towel. At the end of each day, we’ll cool off in our indoor pool. COACH: Tatiane Deibert, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

UNDER THE OCEAN BLUE AGES 4-GRADE 1 WEEK 5 FULL What goes on down in the mysterious deep waters of the seven seas? Dive into this underwater adventure and we’ll find out as we become oceanographers exploring the fascinating plant and animal life of the ocean. Come with us as we swim in ocean blue with creatures both big and small. INSTRUCTOR: Gabby Moscetta, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 20-24, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

WHAT COMES FIRST—THE CHICKEN OR THE EGG? GRADES 2–5 WEEKS 9 FULL, 10 FULL If you love animals and are interested in science, you will enjoy this unit on chickens. This in-depth study of eggs and chickens will answer questions such as: How long does it take a chicken egg to hatch? Can baby chicks breathe inside the egg? What is an incubator? What is an egg tooth? You will trace the egg from the farm to your kitchen table using hands-on activities, crafts, games, and experiments. These activities will cover embryology, comb identification, feather patterns, egg sizing, and comparisons. You will have the opportunity to set up incubators and monitor hatching of baby chicks. INSTRUCTOR: Linda Mitchell-Hill, Gifted Program DISD SCHEDULE: July 18-22, July 25-29, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330

UNDER THE SEA GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 9 FULL, 10 FULL Make a splash and join us for our Under the Sea camp where students will create ocean creatures, learn about the world’s oceans, play games, and even make an ocean themed snack! As time allows students will create a habitat for an ocean animal of their choosing. INSTRUCTOR: Ann Easley, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: July 18-22, July 25-29, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330 UNICORN SPARKLES GRADES 1-3 WEEKS 2, 3, 5, 6 FULL, 9 “Those who do not believe in the magic will never be able to see it,” wrote renown childhood author, Roald Dahl. During Unicorn Sparkle camp, we will be exploring the magic of these mythical creatures through literature, art, and science, in addition to celebrating the magic within ourselves and the world around us! From designing unicorn puppet to concocting unicorn slime, we are looking forward to a funfilled week as artists, scientists, and magic makers! INSTRUCTORS: Maeci Simmons, Irma Lechuga or Cindy Rios, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: May 31-June 3 (closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Day), COST: $265; June 6-10, June 27-July 1, June 20-24, July 18-22, 9:00 am–3:00 pm, $330

WHO IS DOCTOR WHO GRADES 2-5 WEEK 3 This world-famous Doctor Who fan club continues its operations this summer with favorite episodes, Classic and New! We'll get review episodes for Twitter & create some original WHO content & art! We might even get to talk to a special WHO guest (or two) on Zoom! Come and explore all of time and space with the world's most famous Time Lord! INSTRUCTOR: Jeff Peck, The Lamplighter School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195 WHO WOULD WIN GRADES 3-4 WEEKS 8 FULL, 9 Let’s make research and nonfiction writing fun! Using the beloved book series, Who Would Win as inspiration, students will sharpen their 3rd and 4th grade nonfiction reading and writing skills. After reading many of these books together, we will come up with our own "animal battles" as a group. The week will end with a mini research project to prove which of their animals they think would win in a battle! INSTRUCTOR: Elizabeth Schwartz, Greenhill School

UNICORNS AND RAINBOWS COOKING AND CRAFTS GRADES 3-5 WEEKS 6, 7 Are unicorns and rainbows some of your favorite things? Then this is definitely the camp for you! You will learn how to make your own delicious unicorn and rainbow treats and create beautiful arts and crafts. What fun we will have preparing a yummy snack each day with

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SCHEDULE: July 11-15, July 18-22 9:00 am–12:00 pm COST: $195

SCHEDULE: June 13-17, July 25-29, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, COST: $330, July 5-8 (closed Monday, July 4, Independence Day), COST: $265

WILD KRATTS AGE 4–GRADE 1 WEEKS 3 FULL, 10 FULL Calling all Wild Kratts friends. Join us for a weeklong adventure to act out the heroic efforts of the Kratt brothers around our 75-acre campus. We’ll spend some time outdoors in the cool morning hours to explore and learn about the animals that live nearby, including our campus peacocks. We will plan to read mysterious stories and do lots of art projects while we learn about different animals and their habitats around the globe. INSTRUCTOR: Gabby Moscetta, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 6-10, July 25-29, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330 WONDERFUL WORLD OF WIZARD OF OZ GRADES 1–4 WEEK 4 Calling all lions, tigers, and bears, “Oh my!” Follow the yellow brick road to the Wonderful Wizard of Oz Camp. Your child will have so much fun making beautiful crafts from the tin man to creative character doll pins. We will also learn a skit and perform it for you at the end of the week. INSTRUCTOR: Rhiannon Reyes, Greenhill School SCHEDULE: June 13-17, 9:00 am–3:00 pm COST: $330 WRITING ROCKS GRADES 1-3 WEEK 4 FULL You won't believe how much fun writing can be!! Get those hands ready for some fun writing!! Let's make sure you're holding markers, crayons and pencils the right way! Get ready to do lots of fun writing games and activities, draw pictures and write about them; write silly sentences, trace cool pictures on lightboards, crossword puzzles, mazes, dot to dot, and lots more! This is the age to learn! INSTRUCTOR: Robin C. Ables, OTR, M.Ed. SCHEDULE: June 13-17, 9:00 am-12:00 pm COST: $195 YOU CAN UKULELE GRADES 2-4 WEEK 11 GRADES 2-5 WEEKS 5, 8, 10 Students will become familiar with the parts of a ukulele, how to tune, hold and strum a ukulele, as well as some basic chords and foundation to play a lot of popular and folk songs. Each student will learn basic chords, letter names on the fretboard and how to read music. Musical games and activities will help round off the music experience. We will have lots of fun singing and playing the ukulele together. *Students must bring their own soprano or concert ukulele to camp each day. INSTRUCTORS: The Kid’s Classroom Instructors SCHEDULE: Grades 2-5: June 20-24, July 25-29, August 1-5, 9:00 am3:00 pm; Grades 2-4: August 1-5, 9:00 am-3:00 pm COST: $330 YOU CAN UKULELE FOR JUNIORS AGE 4-GRADE 1 WEEKS 4, 7, 10 FULL Students will become familiar with the parts of a ukulele, how to tune, hold and strum a ukulele, as well as some basic chords and foundation to play a lot of popular and folk songs. Each student will learn basic chords, letter names on the fretboard and how to read music. Musical games and activities will help round off the music experience. We will have lots of fun singing and playing the ukulele together. *Students must bring their own soprano or concert ukulele to camp each day. INSTRUCTORS: The Kid’s Classroom Instructors

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