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Full-day camps are 9 AM-4 PM with lunch included unless otherwise noted. Half-day camps run from either 9 AM-12 PM or 1-4 PM. No lunch included. Preschool camps are from 9-11 AM or 12-2 PM.

PRESCHOOL

GRADES 1-3

GRADES 4-6

June 5-9

June 26-30

June 26-30

Full Day

Full Day

Half Day

Half Day

Awesome Art........................................... 6 Cupcake Camp......................................... 7

June 12-16 Awesome Art........................................... 6 Cupcake Camp......................................... 7

June 19-23 Cookie Camp............................................ 6 NEW! Girl Power..................................... 7 Introduction to Dance.............................. 7 Pirate Camp for Captains......................... 8 Sugar & Spice........................................... 9

June 26-30 Cookie Camp............................................ 6 NEW! Girl Power..................................... 7 Pirate Camp for Captains......................... 8 Preschool Soccer...................................... 8 Sugar & Spice........................................... 9

July 5-7 (no camp July 3-4) NEW! Young Einstein’s Science Camp.... 9

July 10-14 Awesome Art........................................... 6 Fairy Tale Princess Camp......................... 7 NEW! Young Einstein’s Science Camp.... 9

July 17-21 Canvas Art................................................ 6 Fairy Tale Princess Camp......................... 7 May the Force Be With You..................... 8 Preschool Soccer...................................... 8 Turtle Power!........................................... 9

July 24-28 Canvas Art................................................ 6 May the Force Be With You..................... 8 Turtle Power!........................................... 9

July 31-August 4 Cookie Camp............................................ 6 Ready to Read......................................... 8 Spanish Explorers.................................... 9

August 7-11 Cupcake Camp......................................... 7 Fairy Tale Princess Camp......................... 7 Preschool Soccer...................................... 8

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All Sports Camp...................................... 11 Art on Parade......................................... 11 Live on Stage..........................................12 Elementary Engineering.........................17 Harford Imagination Theater.................17

July 5-7 (no camp July 3-4) Half Day

Kids Can Cook!........................................17

July 10-14 Full Day

Diverse Explorers.................................... 11 Kids on Campus (2 weeks).....................13

Art on Parade.........................................18 All Sports Camp......................................18 Live on Stage......................................... 20 App Attack! Make Your First Game App.. 25 Dissecting Computer Technology.......... 27 Harford Imagination Theater................ 27

July 5-7 (no camp July 3-4) Half Day

Kids in the Kitchen................................ 26 Star Wars Stop Animation..................... 26 Video Game Animation......................... 26

July 10-14

Half Day

Full Day

July 17-21

Half Day

Circuit Fundamentals & Creation............17 Tennis Camp for Boys and Girls.............17

Full Day

Live on Stage..........................................12

Half Day

Rockets and Robotics.............................17 Summer Dramatics.................................17

July 24-28 Full Day

All Sports................................................ 11 Art on Parade......................................... 11

Half Day

Elementary Engineering.........................17 Rockets and Robotics.............................17

Discovering College (2 weeks)...............21 Diverse Explorers....................................19 Explorations in Science...........................19 Code Breakers........................................ 25 Just Pencil ll........................................... 25 Tennis Camp for Boys and Girls............ 27 Young Chefs: Most Def!......................... 26 Robotics with Mindstorm...................... 27

July 17-21 Full Day

Live on Stage......................................... 20 NEW! Potter’s Pals................................ 20 Flight Camp.............................................19

Half Day

Minecraft Animators.............................. 26 Intermediate Engineering...................... 27

July 31-August 4

July 24-28

Full Day

Full Day

Diverse Explorers.................................... 11

Half Day

Rockets and Robotics.............................17

August 7-11 NO CAMP STARTS

August 14-18 Half Day

Circuit Fundamentals & Creation............17

Visit us online at Harford.edu/hcckids or call 443-412-2376.

All Sports Camp......................................18 Art on Parade.........................................18 Robotic Vehicles..................................... 20

Half Day

Pencil and Colored Pencil...................... 25 Make Your First Video Game................. 25


July 31-August 4

July 17-21

Full Day

Full Day

GRADES 9-12

Half Day

Full Day

Discovering College (2 weeks)...............21 Diverse Explorers....................................19 Explorations in Science...........................19

Half Day

Make Your First 3D Video Game............ 25 Dissecting Computer Technology.......... 27

August 7-11

Adventure Week.................................... 28 Live on Stage......................................... 30

NEW! Discovering U! (Public Service).... 32

Intermediate Engineering..................... 35 Minecraft Animators.............................. 33 Bake and Take....................................... 34 Tennis Camp for Boys and Girls............ 35

Full Day

July 24-28

Half Day

Full Day

Flight Camp.............................................19 MInecraft Designers.............................. 26 Minecraft Modders................................ 26 Pen, Pencil, and Brush.......................... 25 Golf Camp for Girls and Boys................ 27 Intermediate Engineering and Robotics... 27 Robotics with Mindstorm...................... 27

August 14-18 Full Day

Robotic Vehicles..................................... 20

Half Day

App Attack! Make Your First Game App.....25 Summer Dramatics................................ 27

GRADES 6-8 June 26-30 Full Day

Adventure Week.................................... 28 All Sports Camp..................................... 29 Art on Parade........................................ 29 Live on Stage......................................... 30

Half Day

App Attack! Make Your First Game App.....33 Dissecting Computer Technology.......... 35 Harford Imagination Theater................ 34

July 5-7 (no camp July 3-4) Full Day

NEW! Not Your Average Sports Camp... 30 NEW! Pets and Vets: The Next Level......31

Half Day

Star Wars Stop Animation..................... 34 Win The Money Game........................... 35 Babysitter Boot Camp........................... 35

July 10-14 Full Day

NEW! Discovering U! (Cybersecurity)... 32

Diverse Explorers................................... 29 Summer Strings......................................31

Half Day

Code Breakers........................................ 33 Just Pencil ll........................................... 33 Robotics with Mindstorm...................... 35

All Sports Camp..................................... 29 Art on Parade........................................ 29

Half Day

Make Your First Video Game................. 33 Pencil and Colored Pencil...................... 33

July 31-August 4 Full Day

Diverse Explorers................................... 29

Half Day

Make Your First 3D Video Game............ 33 Dissecting Computer Technology.......... 35

August 7-11 Full Day

Pets and Vets......................................... 30

Half Day

Golf Camp for Girls and Boys................ 35 Intermediate Engineering..................... 35 Minecraft Designers.............................. 33 Minecraft Modders................................ 34 Pen, Pencil, and Brush.......................... 33 Robotics with Mindstorm...................... 35 Teen Chefs: The Art of Cooking............. 34

August 14-18 Full Day

Summer Jazz............................... 31

Half Day

App Adventures: The Next Level......... 33 Advanced Robotics with Mindstorm ..... 35 Summer Dramatics................................ 34

June 26-30 Teen Boat Building.........39 Counselor-in-Training....37 Live on Stage.............. 30

July 5-7 Full Day

NEW! Not Your Average Sports Camp

(Entering grade 9 only).............................. 30

Half Day

NEW! Win the Money Game............... 39

July 10-14 Full Day

Summer Strings..................................... 36 Counselor-in-Training (2 weeks)........... 37

Half Day

Just Pencil II .......................................... 33

July 17-21 Full Day

Live on Stage (entering grade 9 only)........... 30 TV Production......................................... 39

July 24-28 Full Day

Counselor-in-Training............................ 37 NEW! The Culinary Experience............. 39

Half Day

Pencil and Colored Pencil...................... 33

July 31-August 4 Full Day

Counselor-in-Training (2 weeks)........... 37 NEW! Summer Art Academy................ 36

August 7-11 NO CAMP STARTS

August 14-18 Full Day

Summer Jazz.......................................... 36

WHAT ELSE

IS HAPPENING AT HCC THIS SUMMER? Academic Preparation........................... 40 Driver Education.................................... 40 Enrichment..............................................41 Safety And Certifications........................41

NEW! Adult Adventure Camp................. 28


Cookie Camp

Half-Day Programs Awesome Art If you love to get messy and be creative, then you should sign up for Awesome Art camp! We will use our hands, feet, and imaginations to create amazing pieces of art using a variety of art materials. Don't wear your Sunday best because we will get messy! Tuition: $69 Fee: $30

PRESCHOOL

Course: 25774 MON-FRI 6/5-6/9 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 25775 MON-FRI 6/5-6/9 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 25776 MON-FRI 6/12-6/16 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 25777 MON-FRI 6/12-6/16 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

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Course: 35054 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35055 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Canvas Art Canvas Art Camp is a week-long camp full of painting fun. Your child will get to paint an exciting new picture each day on a stretched canvas. Clear some room on your walls because you will want to hang these up! Tuition: $69 Fee: $30 Course: 35071 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5 Must be potty trained. Course: 35072 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 35074 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Visit Visit us us online online at at Harford.edu/hcckids Harford.edu/hcckids or or call call 443-412-2376. 443-412-2376.

Chocolate chip or sugar cookie? Which one is your favorite? Well, in cookie camp you won't have to choose! Join us for a sweet week in Cookie Camp where we will be making several different kinds of cookies. At the end of the week you will bring home all of these delicious recipes for you to use in the years to come! Tuition: $69 Fee: $35 Course: 25787 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 25788 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 25789 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 25790 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 35058 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35059 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.


Fairy Tale Princess Camp Children will stretch their imaginations as well as their toes as they dance their way through a storybook collage of fairy tales. Children will explore elements of creative movement, modern, ballet, and jazz. Attire: Ballet slippers or socks. Bring a snack and drink daily. Tuition: $69 Fee: $30 Course: 35064 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35065 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Do you love cupcakes? Would you like to learn how to decorate some of the coolest cupcakes ever? At cupcake camp, we will make different cupcakes every day. We will even publish our own "Cupcake Cookbook!� There will be plenty of yummy tasting and cupcake fun and games to go around. Tuition: $69 Fee: $35

Course: 25798 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 25799 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 25779 MON-FRI 6/5-6/9 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained.

Course: 25800 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 25780 MON-FRI 6/5-6/9 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 25801 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 25781 MON-FRI 6/12-6/16 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained.

Introduction to Dance

Course: 25782 MON-FRI 6/12-6/16 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 35056 MON - FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained!! Course: 35057 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

We love to tie dye at the ELC.

PRESCHOOL

Cupcake Camp

Course: 35070 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 4-6.

NEW! Girl Power Who's ready for a supercharged week of girl power fun? Embrace your inner superhero/princess and join us for a week filled with fun arts and crafts, games, and music and movement activities. Who runs the world? GIRLS!! Tuition: $69 Fee: $30

Children will learn the fundamentals of dance through rhythm exercises, stretching, and basic movements of ballet, tap, and jazz. This class will allow your child to appreciate the beauty of music and dance. No previous dance experience required. Attire: leotard and tights, or snug fit clothing that allows for movement, and jazz or ballet shoes. Tuition: $69 Fee: $30 Course: 25902 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained.

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May The Force Be With You!

Pirate Camp for Captains

Preschool Soccer

Are you a Star Wars fan? Then this is the camp for you. Come join us as we embark on an adventure through space. Join forces with your favorite characters from the Star Wars movies to take down the evil Darth Vader. We will train you in the ways of the Jedi. May the force be with you! Tuition: $69 Fee: $30

Welcome to HCC's Pirate Cove where all the pirates will gather for a brand new adventure. Pirates aboard our ship will make a compass rose, telescope, and their very own parrot. We will discover the many places pirates explored and make a treasure map like that of a true pirate explorer. Be prepared for the culmination of our festivities with face painting and an exciting treasure hunt with unforeseen riches as your reward. YO HO, HO . . . it's a Pirate Camp for you! Tuition: $69 Fee: $30

Let us make your child's early experience in the sport of soccer both positive and fun! Focus will be on getting comfortable with the ball and will include basic soccer skills such as dribbling, passing and shooting through fun games and lesson plans. Real game situations will also be presented. These classes are offered in partnership with Dynasty Sports Academy and taught by Pro Soccer Player Mike Lookingland and staff. Tuition: $30 Fee: $120

Course: 35060 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35061 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 35062 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained.

PRESCHOOL

Course: 35063 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 25783 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 25784 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 25785 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 25786 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 25803 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9-10:30 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 25804 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 10:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 35142 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9-10:30 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35143 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 10:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7. Course: 35144 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9-10:30 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35145 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 10:30 AM-12:30 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Ready to Read Is your child ready and willing to read? Join us for a fun-filled reading adventure for children who already recognize the upper and lower case letters of the alphabet. Reading skills will be taught through song, sight, and phonic recognition. Techniques and ideas will be provided for practice at home. Class size is limited, so register early. Tuition: $55 Fee: $15 Course: 35090 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 9-10:15 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 4-6.

Making music during circle time is fun.

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Visit us online at Harford.edu/hcckids or call 443-412-2376.

Course: 35091 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 10:45 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 4-6.


Sugar & Spice This camp is everything nice. Treat your child to a week of princesses, fairies, butterflies and flowers. We will even have a teddy bear picnic and tea party!! This class will open the imagination through music and movement, arts and crafts, and, of course, story time. Tuition: $69 Fee: $30 Course: 25791 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained.

A great opportunity for your young child to learn Spanish through games and student-centered activities! This opportunity is available to students with no Spanish language experience. The class will include hands-on activities such as games, songs, crafts, stories, and some familiar movies, all in Spanish. Tuition: $69 Fee: $30 Course: 35075 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35076 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 12 AM-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 35068 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35069 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 25792 MON-FRI 6/19-6/23 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 25793 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained.

Join us for an extremely fun week of messy, gooey, and slimy science projects. We will create edible, explosive, and ooey gooey experiments that are sure to blow your mind!! Tuition: $45 Fee: $20

Course: 25794 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 35117 WED-THU-FRI 7/5-7/7 9-11 AM Sessions: 3 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained.

Turtle Power! Can't get enough Ninja Turtles? This is the place to be. Explore a world battling petty criminals, evil overlords, mutated animals, and alien invaders! Little heroes in a half shell will make a turtle-related craft each day and learn just how these guys get it done! Please bring a nut-free snack daily. Tuition: $69 Fee: $30 Course: 35066 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained.

NEW! Young Einstein’s

Science Camp

PRESCHOOL

Spanish Explorers

Course: 35067 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

Course: 35118 WED-THU-FRI 7/5-7/7 12-2 PM Sessions: 3 ELC Ages 5-7. Tuition: $69

Fee: $30

Course: 35119 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9-11 AM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 3-5. Must be potty trained. Course: 35120 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 12-2 PM Sessions: 5 ELC Ages 5-7.

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Finding What You Need

Half-Day Preschool

Full-Day Preschool

September—May Limited Enrollments Available

Accepting Enrollments Year-Round

YOUNG 3-YEAR-OLDS Tuesday/Thursday

2- TO 5-YEAR-OLDS

9-11:30 AM | $150/month

PRESCHOOL

$215/week

3-YEAR-OLDS Tuesday/Thursday

9-11:30 AM | $150/month

Monday/Wednesday/Friday

MSDE-approved Creative Curriculum is used in all classrooms. We participate in Maryland EXCELS.

FULL WEEK Monday—Friday PARTIAL WEEK 3 or fewer days per week $170/week

9-11:45 AM | $180/month

4-YEAR-OLDS Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9 AM-12 PM | $210/month

Monday—Friday

Center operating hours are 6:30 AM to 6 PM. A healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks are provided daily.

9 AM-12 PM | $315/month

STUDENTS MUST TURN . . .

Full- or half-day options Affordable tuition

• Three by December 31 for the Young 3-Year-Old program • Three by September 1 for the 3-Year-Old program • Four by September 1 for the 4-Year-Old program

Convenient location Interactive Smart Boards Outside playground Indoor activity room

Early Learning Center

401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 443-412-2393 | harford.edu/elc

We explore learning though social, physical, and academic development.

Language Arts | Math | Science | Art | Music | Active Play

Materials fee of $99 applies for full-day and half-day programs. Contact Jen Eder at 443-412-2393 or jeder@harford.edu.


Art on Parade Get Ready to Go Optional "extended day" for Art on Parade campers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off at Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

All Sports Camp This is the ultimate camp for the sports enthusiast. Every minute is filled with sportsrelated activities in our recently renovated Susquehanna Center as well as our own turf field. All Sports campers will participate in swimming, handball, basketball, dodge ball, capture the flag, ultimate frisbee, floor hockey, kickball, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, wiffle ball, and more. Lunch is included with the camp registration. All participants must be able to swim. Bring bathing suit and a towel daily. Tuition: $185 Fee: $49 Course: 25830 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 2-3. Course: 35223 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 2-3.

All Sports Camp Warm Up Optional "extended day" for All Sports Camp participants is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off at Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25834 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35226 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

All Sports Camp Cool Down

Course: 35125 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Art on Parade Wind Down Optional "extended care" for Art on Parade campers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up at Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25768 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Optional "extended day" for All Sports Camp participants is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Drop-off at Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Course: 35126 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Course: 25833 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Are you ready to stretch your world and experience Harford County with campers of diverse abilities and interests? This week-long outdoor experience is for youth of all abilities, including those with and without disabilities. You will kayak, fish, swim, explore archery, hike in nature, and most likely try something new! We will be exploring different Harford County locations each day. Each activity will provide the opportunity for team building and learning about fellow campers. Campers must bring their own nut-free lunch -- no peanut butter sandwiches. More information about camp, permissions slips, and locations will be sent to each camper in early May. Please call 443-412-2177 if you do not receive this documentation. Tuition: $250 Fee: $75

Course: 35225 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Art on Parade Explore the world of visual arts in this fun one-week session. Campers will use a variety of media to cultivate their artistic talents with age-appropriate activities. We will end the week with an art show for students to display original art work for family and friends! Tuition: $165 Fee: $45 Course: 25765 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 1-3. Course: 35123 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 1-3.

Diverse Explorers

Course: 35228 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 2-4. Course: 35235 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Entering grades 2-4.

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GRADES 1-3

Full-Day Programs

Course: 25767 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5


Live On Stage Get Ready Optional "extended day" for Live On Stage campers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off at Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25769 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35052 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Live On Stage Wind Down Optional "extended day" for Live On Stage campers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up at Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25770 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Learn the rules of the game while having fun in our sports camps.

GRADES 1-3

Diverse Explorers Get Ready

Live On Stage...You!

Optional "extended day" for Diverse Explorers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off and pick-up at Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Ever wanted to perform? If you're not afraid to "do your thing," then this class is for you! We will be exploring the performing arts in this exciting one-week session. Campers will have classes in acting, singing, dancing, and learn about what happens behind the scenes. Explore your talents and put on a short play or variety show at the end of the class for your family and friends! The performances from this class may even be aired on Harford Cable Network! Tuition: $165 Fee: $40

Course: 35229 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 7:30 -9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35236 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Diverse Explorers Wind Down Optional "extended day" is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up. Drop-off and pick-up at Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35230 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Course: 35053 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Course: 25771 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Amoss Center Entering grades 2-3. Course: 35079 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Amoss Center Entering grades 2-3.

Course: 35237 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Got Drama? Leave it all on the stage during Live on Stage!

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Visit us online at Harford.edu/hcckids or call 443-412-2376.


Kids on Campus

A Learning Vacation for Children Session I: July 10-21 Session II: July 31-August 11

Kids On Campus is a two-week program held on the Harford Community College campus. Classes focus on art, academics, and athletics for students who are entering grades 1-3. Each session meets Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM, with drop-off and pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Lunch and most supplies are included.

Follow these easy steps to register: 1. Fill out the HCC Kids Registration Form. Complete the registration form, which may be used for multiple sessions. Out-of-County residents pay an additional surcharge of $20. Out-of-State residents pay an additional surcharge of $35.

2. Complete the Course Selection Form. You must choose classes for both Monday/Wednesday/Friday (M/W/F) (see pages 14 and 15) and

Tuesday/Thursday (T/Th) (see pages 15 and 16). Don’t forget to write the student’s name and the session attending at the top of each page, where indicated.

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3. If you are registering for more than one session, please use one Course Selection Form for each session. You may photocopy the form or call 443-412-2376 for additional forms.

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR REGISTRATION IS COMPLETE BY FOLLOWING THIS CHECKLIST:

Registration Form

• Incomplete registrations will NOT be processed.

Course Selection Form

• We strive to meet your scheduling needs; however, registrations are processed on

Payment

CampDoc Medical Forms

a first-come, first-served basis. To avoid disappointment, please register early.

• Your camper’s schedule will be given to him/her on the first day of camp.

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Kids on Campus Course Selection Form Return with registration form. Child’s Name: ________________________________________________________________________ Student ID: H ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Session: Please check the desired program below and record it on the registration form:

Session I: July 10-21

35042

Early Bird – Before March 18th Tuition: $305 Fee: $60

35040

Kids on Campus I Tuition: $305 Fee: $80

Get Ready (7:30-9 AM) Tuition: $39 Fee: $15

Wind Down (4-5:30 PM) Tuition: $39 Fee: $15

35044

35046

M/W/F 9:00-10:15 AM

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Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice) Fun with Fitness – Work on your catching, throwing and batting skills, as well as your fitness, by playing fun games with friends. I: 35160 II: 35161

Session II: July 31-August 11

NEW!

Zendoodle - Do you doodle? Take it to the next level. Draw a shape, an animal, a letter, or whatever you can imagine and fill it with patterns to create your own unique Zendoodle. I: 35297 II: 35298

35043 35041 35045 35047

stegosaurus, and more! Where did they live, what did they eat, and how BIG were they? I: 35169 II: 35170

M/W/F 10:15-11:45 AM

Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice) Puppet Pals - Make great puppets using a variety of different

materials in this fun art class.

I: 35162

II: 35163

Team Players - Learn to play together with teammates to play a variety of fun, outdoor team games.

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I: 35289

Kids on Campus II Tuition: $305 Fee: $80

Get Ready (7:30-9 AM) Tuition: $39 Fee: $15

Wind Down (4-5:30 PM) Tuition: $39 Fee: $15

Art Time Machine - Students will explore art and artist through the ages. Projects will involve painting, drawing, collage, and sculpture. Each project will be connected to an artist from a specific era in time. I: 35315 II: 35316

To Infinity and Beyond - Hop aboard and travel through our solar system and beyond the Milky Way galaxy. Learn about the nature and origin of planets, stars, and other celestial bodies. I: 35171 II: 35172

M/W/F 1:00-2:30 PM

Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice) Imaginarium – In this class, YOU call the shots. Learn about

great inventions that changed the world as we know it. Then, get into groups and come up with projects that come right from your imagination. I: 35164 II: 35165

Kids in the Spotlight – Work with your classmates to learn

about scripts and acting. Then don’t forget to invite your parents to the play on the last day of class. I: 35038 II: 35039

Early Bird – Before March 18th Tuition: $305 Fee: $60

NEW!

Diggin’ for Dinosaurs - If you're interested in dinosaurs, come

on in to learn about these ancient creatures! T-rex, brontosaurus,

NEW!

Magic Tree House - Get whisked away on a magical adventure to solve a mystery or meet new friends. I: 35311 II: 35312

NEW!

X Marks the Spot - Get out your map and be a treasure hunter around campus. Keep your eyes open for the letter "x" and start digging! I: 35301

II: 35302

Clay Creations - Are you ready to go beyond playdough? Explore

some techniques for sculpting and clay creation with new projects each day. You are encouraged to create your own design. I: 35293 II: 35294

II: 35290

Visit us online at Harford.edu/hcckids or call 443-412-2376.


M/W/F 2:30-4:00 PM

T/TH 9:00-10:15 AM

Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice) Night Light Art - Come join us as we create our very own art that will light the way when it's dark. Things that glow in our

bedrooms will make sleeping easier, not to mention more fun! I: 35166 II: 35167

KOC Construction - Put on your hard hat! Build models every

day from such items as straws, decks of cards, and sticks. Use

science and engineering techniques to design buildings, bridges, and other structures to take home. I: 35285 II: 35286

Pets & Vets – Do you love animals? Ever dreamed of becoming a vet? Whether you want to learn more about animal behaviors, get tips on teaching tricks, or just become a responsible pet owner, this is the class for you. I: 35088 II: 35089

Endangered Animals – Find out more about your favorite endangered animals. Learn if there are any endangered animals in your neighborhood. I: 35295

II: 35296

Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice) NEW!

Field Day - Get out and move around with field day. You will play games, run through an obstacle course, and much more. I: 35303

II: 35304

NEW! Mixed Media and Hodge Podge Art - Students will create a little bit of everything! Using pencil, paint, and clay, students will create paintings, painted treasure boxes, mobiles, collages, and all while having fun! I: 35317 II: 35318

NEW! Early Engineers - Do you ever wonder how something works? What makes a clock tick or a bicycle wheel turn? Become an early engineer by taking things apart and seeing how they work. I: 35305 II: 35306

Penguins & Polar Bears – Brrrrr! Join us in the Arctic where the polar bears and penguins play. Enjoy snow cones and maybe

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even a have a “snow shoe” race! Think snow!! I: 35086 II: 35087

T/TH 10:15-11:45 AM

Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice) NEW!

Spanish Explorers - Get an introduction to Spanish through games, stories, and more.

I: 35307

II: 35308

HCC Explorers – Did you ever wish you could explore a new place? Well, now you can! There is more to Harford Community College than just buildings! Be an explorer in this class and discover the trails, streams, ponds, and more on campus. I: 35032 II: 35033

Recycled Art – Use found objects and recycled materials to construct temporary and permanent works of art. Learn to

redesign, reinvent, and reinterpret preexisting objects to make entirely new pieces. I: 35291 II: 35292

Under the Sea - Some of your favorite characters live in the ocean: Sponge Bob, the Little Mermaid, and Nemo to name a

few. Learn about the plants, animals, currents, and waters of our oceans. Even create an underwater scene of your own! I: 35173 II: 35174

Bring out your creativity with one of our many camp experiences.

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T/TH 1:00-2:30 PM

T/TH 2:30-4:00 PM

Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice)

Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice)

Explore Fizz, Muck, and Goo – Have you ever wondered how “slime” holds together? Do you know how bubbles are created?

“Bling” it On – Let your sparkling creations shine through! Decorate cool stuff to make your very own “bling.”

It’s gloppy, messy, slimey, and it’s science! I: 35110 II: 35111

create unique works of art. You never knew you could make

skunks, warthogs, snakes, spiders, and bugs and other animals so ICKY! Be prepared to go on bug hunts and use your creativity to design your own creepy creature. Not for the faint of heart! I: 35135 II: 35140

II: 35134

NEW!

Super Soccer - Learn to dribble, pass, and get the ball in the goal! I: 35309

Create on the Computer – Create unique greeting cards, posters, or invitations. Use the computer to expand your

II: 35310

creativity. I: 35137

NEW!

Legends, Myths, and Magical Art Adventures - Discover magical lands, castles, mythical

creatures of the land and sea, fairies, wizards, and more! Students will unlock their magical artistry while experimenting with many different materials such as oil pastels, markers, tempera and acrylic paints, and watercolors. I: 35319 II: 35320

II: 35122

Creepy Crawlers – Come learn about all the animals you love to hate! We will explore the habits and anatomy of what makes

Compu-Art – Use various types of computer software to

art like this! I: 35133

I: 35121

II: 35138

Outdoor Sports – Have fun and get in shape in this active sports class where you’ll play group games and have fun with  

relays and exercise. I: 35084

II: 35085

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Half-Day Programs COOKING Kids can Cook! Do you have a child that loves to cook? Give your child the gift that keeps on giving - the joy of cooking! This class is a fun introduction that explores how to read a recipe and the importance of preparing the ingredients properly for fun and easy foods. Tuition: $55 Fee: $29 Course: 35205 WED-THU-FRI 7/5-7/7 1-4 PM Sessions: 3 Joppa Hall, Room 15 Entering grades 2-4.

DRAMA Harford Imagination Theatre Do you have a passion for the theatre, working with a group, and having fun? Harford Imagination Theatre gives students the opportunity to expand their creative talents while gaining a greater understanding and love for the performing arts. Instruction will cover how to audition, voice coaching, dance and body movement, acting and projection, costuming and make-up, and improvisation, as well as the technical aspects of set construction, lighting, props, and special effects. Campers will have the opportunity to perform and work on a production for the "Family Finale," which will be held on the last Thursday of the program. Tuition: $249 Fee: $35 Course: 35333 MON-THU 6/26-8/10 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 23 Joppa Hall Entering grades 2-5.

Summer Dramatics Lights! Curtain! Act! In this dynamic theatre camp, students take center stage as they engage in the marvels of live theatre. During the course of this workshop, students act their way through a series of high energy drama games, improv, and scripted dialogue that

they help write. What is more, the students learn the art of stage character make up and costume design! At the conclusion of camp, the students perform for family and friends. Don't let your child miss out on a week filled with excitement, fun, and discovery. Tuition: $75 Fee: $30

Course: 35239 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 2-4.

Course: 35203 MON - FRI 1-3:30 PM Joppa Hall Entering grades 1-3.

This exciting hands-on engineering class uses LEGOÂŽ Education building materials. Teams will learn the basics of engineering and simple machines. Campers will be introduced to the concepts of pulleys, levers, gears, and more. From this foundation, students move on to the compound machines, motorized vehicles, and robotic reactions, and get a chance to put the new knowledge to work creating their own mechanized designs. Campers will become inventors using light and sound sensors, pulleys, wheels, levers, and gears. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125

7/17-7/21 Sessions: 5 R. Bottiger

SPORTS Tennis Camp for Boys and Girls Emphasis will be placed on learning and using all strokes: forehand, backhand, ground stroke, volleying and overhead serves. The last day will stress match play and games. HCC men's and women's tennis coach, George Budelis, will conduct the camps. George's teams have won the Region XX Championship for six consecutive seasons, and he has taken teams to the national championships in four of those years. Campers must supply their own rackets. Tuition: $105 Fees: $25 Course: 35412 MON - FRI 4 PM-6 PM HCC-Susquehanna Tennis Courts Entering grades 2-6.

7/10-7/14 Sessions: 5 G. Budelis

TECHNOLOGY Circuit Fundamentals and Creation Fun, exciting, and challenging activities await you as you are introduced to a variety of relevant technologies. Students will build circuits as well as build and program robotic devices. Use a Global Positioning System (GPS) to play a high-tech game of hide and seek. Practice skills such as orienteering, treasure hunting, and waymarking - better known as Geocaching. Discover the FUNdamentals of technology. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125 Course: 35240 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 2-4.

Elementary Engineering

Course: 25847 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 2-4. Course: 35247 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 2-4.

Rockets and Robotics What a great combination! Working in small teams, learn how to write a step-bystep program to make programs to follow mazes, react to motion, and build simple LEGOÂŽ robots. Build and explore machines and mechanisms, discover motor design differences, and study gearing mechanisms. Then, using some of the concepts learned, design your own rockets that you can test and take home, but not before we have our own launch party (weather permitting)! Tuition: $85 Fee: $125 Course: 35245 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 2-4. Course: 35244 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 2-4. Course: 35248 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 2-4.

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Art on Parade Explore the world of visual arts in this fun one-week session. Campers will use a variety of media to cultivate their artistic talents with age-appropriate activities. We will end the week with an art show for students to display original art work for family and friends! Tuition: $165 Fee: $45

Full-Day Programs All Sports Camp

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This is the ultimate camp for the sports enthusiast. Every minute is filled with sportsrelated activities in our recently renovated Susquehanna Center as well as our own turf field. All Sports campers will participate in swimming, handball, basketball, dodge ball, capture the flag, ultimate frisbee, floor hockey, kickball, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, wiffle ball, and more. Lunch is included with the camp registration. All participants must be able to swim. Bring bathing suit and towel daily. Tuition: $185 Fee: $49 Course: 25831 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 5-7. Course: 35224 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 5-7.

All Sports Camp Warm Up Optional "extended day" for All Sports Camp students is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25834 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35226 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

All Sports Camp Cool Down Optional "extended day" for All Sports Camp students is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25833 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35225 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Course: 25766 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 4-7. Course: 35124 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 4-7.

Art on Parade Get Ready to Go Optional "extended day" for Art on Parade campers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25767 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35125 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Art on Parade Wind Down Optional "extended care" for Art on Parade campers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45 Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25768 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35126 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

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Explorations in Science

Are you ready to stretch your world and experience Harford County with campers of diverse abilities and interests? This week-long outdoor experience is for youth of all abilities, including those with and without disabilities. You will kayak, fish, swim, explore archery, hike in nature, and most likely try something new. We will be exploring different Harford County locations each day. Each activity will provide the opportunity for team building and learning about fellow campers. Campers must bring their own nut-free lunch no peanut butter sandwiches. More information about camp, permission slips, and locations will be sent each camper in early May. Please call 443-412-2177 if you do not receive this documentation. Tuition: $250 Fee: $75

Now is your chance to perform experiments that adults have always told you were too messy. Make pop balloons and other containers to see which ones make the loudest noise and why! Find out what kind of gum is the stickiest, blows the best bubbles, and lasts the longest. Together we will pick and choose a variety of experiments to answer some of the questions we have always wanted answered. Tuition: $165 Fee: $40

Course: 35227 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 5-7. Course: 35234 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 5-7.

Diverse Explorers Get Ready Optional "extended day" for Diverse Explorers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35229 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Course: 35108 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall T. Scher Entering grades 3-5. Course: 35109 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall T. Scher Entering grades 3-5.

Explorations In Science Get Ready Optional "extended day" for Explorations in Science is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35104 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35105 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Explorations In Science Wind Down Optional "extended day" for Experiment With Science students is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35106 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35107 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Flight Camp Up, up, and away! Explore the fundamentals of flight with kites, planes, and waterpowered rockets. Build scale models of the Wright Brothers' planes, using a little bit of math and some fun, kid-friendly materials. To alleviate the construction stress, students will also build and fly assorted types of kites and paper planes with daily, friendly competition. Students will design and build a water rocket launching system. Tuition: $165 Fee: $45 Course: 35116 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall T. Scher Entering grades 3-5. Course: 35168 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall T. Scher Entering grades 3-5.

Course: 35236 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Diverse Explorers Wind Down Optional "extended day" for Diverse Explorers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35230 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35237 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Building simple machines is a great introduction into engineering.

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Flight Camp Get Ready

Live On Stage Wind Down

Optional "extended day" for Flight Camp campers is available from 7:30-9 p.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Optional "extended day" for Live On Stage students is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Course: 35020 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35183 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Flight Camp Wind Down Optional "extended day" for Flight Camp students is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35021 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35184 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

GRADES 4-6

Live On Stage... You! Ever wanted to perform? If you're not afraid to "do your thing," then this class is for you! We will be exploring the performing arts in this exciting one-week session. Students will have classes in acting, singing, dancing, and learn about what happens behind the scenes. Explore your talents and put on a short play or variety show at the end of the class for your family and friends! Tuition: $165 Fee: $40 Course: 25772 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Amoss Center Entering grades 4-6. Course: 35080 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Amoss Center Entering grades 4-6.

Course: 25770 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35053 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

NEW!

Potter's Pals

Are you a "Harry Potter" fan? Step into this magical world as you discover the meanings behind characters' names, design trading cards, create a textbook for the care and feeding of outrageous animals, and invent dishes for a holiday banquet. These are just a few of the activities that you will use to learn about these popular books. Make sure you have read the first book, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone,” before attending the first class. Tuition: $165 Fee: $45 Course: 35186 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 4-6.

Robotic Vehicles Here's a chance to design and build your very own robot. Decide what your robot should do and learn to program it yourself. Discover how basic machines function and how man has put them together to lighten our work. Work with everyday toys to see how simple machines have been adapted for fun and entertainment. Tuition: $165 Fee: $60

Live On Stage Get Ready Optional "extended day" for Live On Stage students is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Dropoff in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25769 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35052 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

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Course: 35092 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall T. Scher Entering grades 4-6. Course: 35250 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall T. Scher Entering grades 4-6.

Robotic Vehicles Get Ready Optional "extended day" for Robotics campers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Course: 35093 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35251 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Robotic Vehicles Wind Down Optional "extended care" for Robotics students is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35146 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35252 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5


Discovering College A Learning Vacation for Children Session I: July 10-21 Session II: July 31-August 11

Discovering College is a two-week program held on the Harford Community College campus. Classes focus on art, academics, and athletics for students who are entering grades 4-6. Each session meets Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM, with drop-off and pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Lunch and most supplies are included.

Follow these easy steps to register: 1. Fill out the HCC Kids Registration Form. Complete the registration form, which may be used for multiple sessions. Out-of-County residents pay an additional surcharge of $20. Out-of-State residents pay an additional surcharge of $35.

2. Complete the Course Selection Form. You must choose classes for both Monday/Wednesday/Friday (M/W/F) (see pages 22 and 23) and

Tuesday/Thursday (T/Th) (see pages 23 and 24). Don’t forget to write the student’s name and the session attending at the top of each page, where indicated.

GRADES 4-6

3. If you are registering for more than one session, please use one Course Selection Form for each session. You may photocopy the form or call 443-412-2376 for additional forms.

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR REGISTRATION IS COMPLETE BY FOLLOWING THIS CHECKLIST:

Registration Form

• Incomplete registrations will NOT be processed.

Course Selection Form

• We strive to meet your scheduling needs; however, registrations are processed on

Payment

CampDoc Medical Forms

a first-come, first-served basis. To avoid disappointment, please register early.

• Your camper’s schedule will be given to him/her on the first day of camp.

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Discovering College Course Selection Form Return with registration form. Child’s Name: ________________________________________________________________________ Student ID: H ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Session: Please check the desired program below and record it on the registration form:

Session I: July 10-21

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Session II: July 31-August 11

35100

Early Bird – Before March 18th Tuition: $305 Fee: $60

35101

Early Bird – Before March 18th Tuition: $305 Fee: $60

35094

Discovering College I Tuition: $305 Fee: $80

35095

Discovering College II Tuition: $305 Fee: $80

35096

Get Ready (7:30-9 AM) Tuition: $39 Fee: $15

35097

Get Ready (7:30-9 AM) Tuition: $39 Fee: $15

35098

Wind Down (4-5:30 PM) Tuition: $39 Fee: $15

35099

Wind Down (4-5:30 PM) Tuition: $39 Fee: $15

M/W/F 9:00-10:15 AM

Rank from 1-5 (1 being your first choice) Team Soccer - Improve your soccer skills while working together with teammates in this fast-paced class. Be sure to bring your shin guards!. I: 35157 II: 35158 Ancient Egypt - Travel back in time to the days of the pyramids. Create art projects while exploring ancient Egypt. I: 35255 II: 35256 Science: to the Extreme – Whatever you do . . . take it to the EXTREME! Explore the wonders of nature! Get a close look at the food chain, dissect an owl pellet, create natural tie dyes, harness solar power for cooking, and create your own first aid kit! I: 35147 II: 35148 HCC Yearbook – Want to remember your time at camp? Take pictures with your classmates and friends. Then put it all together in a yearbook to keep. I: 35036 II: 35037 Fishing Fun – Whether you are an experienced fisherman or just a beginner, join this class to learn more about fishing tackle and how to “catch the big one.” Then head for the pond to see who catches the biggest (and smallest) fish! Bring a fishing rod or borrow one of ours. I: 35112 II: 35114

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HCC Times – Use Microsoft Publisher to create a newspaper or newsletter featuring something important to you. Whether you create a newspaper about the latest scientific developments or a newsletter about your life to share with friends, you will learn how fun it is to communicate your ideas. I: 35034 II: 35035

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Team Sports - Do you like to be on a team? Play games like kickball, whiffle ball, capture the flag, and other team building activities in this fun sports class. I: 35273 II: 35274 Sculpture 3D - Do you have a knack for building? Why not put your artistic juices to the test? We will use clay, plaster, wood and other materials in order to build our own 3-dimensional masterpieces. I: 35149 II: 35150

Engineering – Through a variety of projects get hands-on experience as you explore, build, modify, and test simple machines to see how they work. I: 35345 II: 35346 Fishing Fun – Whether you are an experienced fisherman or just a beginner, join this class to learn more about fishing tackle and how to “catch the big one.” Then head for the pond to see who catches the biggest (and smallest) fish! Bring a fishing rod or borrow one of ours. I: 35113 II: 35115

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Food Frenzy – Do you love art and enjoy tasty treats? Then this

class is for you! Combining the creative world of art with the fascination of cooking, we will include all of the wonderful tools, tastes, and recipes to make the perfect artistic dish. This class may not be appropriate for campers with food allergies. I: 35022 II: 35025

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Punt, Pass, and Kick - Work on the skills needed to be an athlete. Participate in a variety of games and activities to show off your skills. I: 35275 II: 35276 Mixed Media - Use different kinds of artistic media to come up with some truly unique pieces. There is no limit to what we can do! I: 35283 II: 35284 Swim Games – Improve your swimming skills and endurance in fun group games. Bring suit, towel, and goggles labeled with your name. Students must be able to swim and will be asked to demonstrate their proficiency at the first class. I: 35153 II: 35154

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Rank from 1-5 (1 being your first choice) Summer Swimmers – Hop in the pool to improve your

strokes and play some games! Don’t forget your suit, towel, and goggles! Students must be able to swim and will be asked to demonstrate their proficiency at the first class. I: 35151 II: 35152

Busted Myths – Science fact or science fiction? What is your prediction? We will test the stories myths are made of! From candy and cola concoctions to discovering the true color of your blood, together we’ll uncover the science behind these mind boggling myths! I: 35131 I: 35132 Neon Art - Make pictures, paintings, statues, and mobiles that glow once the lights are out. By the end of camp, you will be able to turn your room into an evening wonderland night after night! I: 35279 II: 35280 Dodgeball – A camp classic! Enjoy a little friendly competition and exercise at the same time. Dodgeball is always a favorite. I: 35257 II: 35258 Food Frenzy – Do you love art and enjoy tasty treats? Then this class is for you! Combining the creative world of art with the fascination of cooking, we will include all of the wonderful tools, tastes, and recipes to make the perfect artistic dish. This class may not be appropriate for campers with food allergies. I: 35253 II: 35254

Tennis Time - Enjoy fun, fitness, and new friendships as you learn basic strokes and rules. Bring a labeled tennis racket and water bottle. I: 35259

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Cartooning - Create your own characters and develop storyboards in order to bring your own cartoon magazine or comic strip to life! I: 35175 II: 35176

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Droids - Build your own droid in this fun filled science class where you will learn simple circuit systems and programming. I: 35277 II: 35278 Play Production – Can your class perform a great play by the end of camp? With great individual and team efforts, it can be done! Lean about acting, costumes, make-up, and scenery, while working with your class on a final project. I: 35265 II: 35266 Kitchen Chemistry - Fun and fascinating chemistry concepts such as water polarity, acid and base studies, and "bubbleology."

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Rank from 1-4 (1 being your first choice) Base Games – Batter up! Improve your skills while having a great time. Make sure you have athletic shoes and come ready to play. I: 35269 II: 35270 Graffiti Art – Students will look at various artists and styles associated with graffiti/street art. We discuss the legalities of creating these works of art on public property. Each student will be able to create a graffiti-style mural on a piece of wallboard using acrylic paint. The students will be able to explore styles and create a logo for their name as well as create stylized images in graffiti. The students will also be able to use this style of art to create images on windows. I: 35026 II: 35027 You.com - You've probably seen a website before, but have you made one? Learn how to create your own website in this exciting class. Focus on a favorite hobby, interest, or simply on yourself to create a home of your own on the web! I: 35181 II: 35182 Gross-ology - Slimy, snotty, sneezy and smelly…Grossology is the scientific study of all that's NOT allowed at the dinner table. Join us for a journey down some of nature's most interesting and disgusting paths! I: 35028 II: 35029

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Funky “Fizz”-ics! – Finally, a fantastic fusion of physics and fizzy formulas! Take a walk on the wild side in this crazy week of sleuth science. Mix it up as we experiment with molecular madness, radical reactions, and “fizz”-ical and chemical reactions. I: 35023 II: 35024

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Candy Creations - Learn to make sweet confections using melting chocolate and candy molds. With chocolate, sugar, peanut butter, & caramel, you will create scrumptious treats to take home. This class may not be appropriate for children with food allergies. (You must wear closed toe shoes to participate in this class.) I: 35261 II: 35262

Weaving - Create an original weaving using patterns, textures, and various imagery. Combine different fibers including yarn, string, raffia, and fabric. I: 35271 II: 35272 Basketball - Learn the valuable fundamentals necessary for enhancing your ability to play the sport of basketball.

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Extreme Harford - Play ultimate frisbee, create new rules for old games, participate in obstacle courses, and other team challenges. I: 35267 II: 35268

The Big Picture - Sure, you can draw a picture. But have you ever created a mural? Work together with others to plan

and create one huge piece of artwork! Make sure you include everyone's ideas to make something special to all of you! I: 35281 II: 35282

 

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Candy Creations - Learn to make sweet confections using melting chocolate and candy molds. With chocolate, sugar, peanut butter, & caramel, you will create scrumptious treats to take home. This class may not be appropriate for children with food allergies. (You must wear closed toe shoes to participate in this class.) I: 35263 II: 35264

Harford County Walkabout* - Travel by College van to some of Harford County’s best parks. Investigate natural habitats through fields, woods, and stream studies. Be prepared to get dirty and wet. I: 35030 II: 35031

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Half-Day Programs ART Just Pencil II Students will learn to improve their drawing abilities and explore a variety of pencil drawing techniques. Students enrolled in Just Pencil may continue with this course. New students are also welcome. Sketch book is provided; just bring a pencil. Tuition: $85 Fee: $30 Course: 35188 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 16 Entering grades 5 and up.

Pencil and Colored Pencil Add another dimension to your pencil drawings by adding color. Use colored pencils to enhance your work. Sketch book is provided; just bring a pencil. Tuition: $85 Fee: $30 Course: 35189 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 16 Entering grades 5 and up.

Pencil, Pen and Brush Spend your time wisely this summer! Work in the provided sketchbook learning drawing and painting techniques that will take you beyond class time and into a rewarding lifelong hobby or future profession. Tuition: $85 Fee: $30 Course: 35190 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 16 Entering grades 5 and up.

COMPUTERS App Attack! Make Your First Game App Take the first steps into the world of mobile app design and customize your own game app! Using a specialized app and game development tool, students will explore the world of web-based apps. In addition to learning the basics of mobile app design and game development, you will also see firsthand how the world of app publishing functions. Student-created apps will be accessible on a private site and can be played on any mobile device or computer. No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smartphone or tablet to take the class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 25826 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-4. Course: 35233 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-4.

Code Breakers Calling all future coders, programmers, and designers! Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS through a series of web projects and design challenges each day and be on your way to becoming the next tech star! Whether you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or the high school student who just made a million dollars for programming in his bedroom, this course has the essentials you need to begin

your journey. Projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 35210 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-4.

Make Your First 3D Video Game This class allows you to develop a game concept that goes well beyond the limitation of the traditional 2D game design classes. Students will learn the physics behind 3D games, explore beginner event scripting, level design, controlling flow of gameplay, and storytelling. Student-created games will be available on a password-protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 35213 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-4.

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Make Your First Video Game If you love playing video games, this is the camp for you! Make your first video game in this one-of-a-kind class that shows you the keys to designing your first 2D game. Conceptualization, play, experience, challenge levels, graphics, sounds, and simple coding are just some of the concepts that we'll explore. No prior experience necessary, just a desire to have fun. Student-created games will be available on a password-protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Games are only compatible on PC computers; Mac versions can be created after the program for a $15 conversion fee. Students will work in teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 35214 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-4.

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Minecraft Animators

Star Wars Stop Animation

Bring your favorite Minecraft characters to life in an animated short film! Learn how studios like Pixar and Disney make movies like Inside Out and Frozen by using techniques like key framing, tweening, texturing and animating rigged 3D models. Student projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. You do not need to own a Minecraft account to use the software in this class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129

Make your own Star Wars adventure come to life! Bring your favorite action figures or Star Wars toys and create a short film with your friends. Whether you want to recreate a scene from the movies or design a new world of your own, this class brings your dreams to the screen. Students will need to bring in Star Wars action figures or vehicles from home, but all other equipment will be provided. Student-created films will be available on a password-protected website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Tuition: $55 Fee: $77

Course: 35217 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-4.

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Course: 35191 WED-THU-FRI 7/5-7/7 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 5-8.

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If you love the game Minecraft, but always wanted to design your own characters and buildings for your games, this class is for you! Learn the basics of creating 3D models using a new software to design your very own objects, create skins for characters, and import them into your favorite Minecraft games. To access their project at home, students must own a PC/MAC version of Minecraft. Tablet, phone, and game console versions of Minecraft are not compatible. Parent email address is required to use 3D modeling software. Students will work in teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129

Video Game Animation

Course: 35231 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-4.

Course: 35192 WED-THU-FRI 7/5-7/7 1-4 PM Sessions: 3 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-5.

Take your game design skills to the next level by creating and animating your own character, sprites, objects, and backgrounds. Start with a name, develop the character's personality, signature moves, special powers, and a story line. Finish with a fully animated character to be used in your very own game. Students do not need any prior experience in game design, animation, or sketching. Student-created games will be available on a password protected website to share with family and friends. Tuition: $55 Fee: $77

COOKING Kids in the Kitchen Enjoy cooking? Why not make it even more fun? Make animal-shaped salads, mac and cheese “hero style,� breakfast with a flare, and more! Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any food allergies. (Additional forms required.) Participants must wear closed-toe shoes. Tuition: $55 Fee: $29 Course: 35185 WED-THU-FRI 7/5-7/7 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 Joppa Hall, Room 15 Entering grades 4-6.

Young Chefs - Most Def! Take this time to learn how to perfect a few dishes that you can make in your own kitchen. Learn tricks of the trade in the culinary arts. Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any food allergies. (Additional forms required). Participants must wear closed-toe shoes. Tuition: $95 Fee: $45 Course: 35195 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 15 Entering grades 4-6.

Minecraft Modders Use your favorite game to learn the basics of modding and foundations of programming. Learn scripting and logic statements as you create your first mod! Introductory coding will also be taught through a simulated environment inspired by Minecraft. Student projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. To access their project at home, students must own a PC/MAC version of Minecraft. Tablet, phone and game console versions of Minecraft are not compatible. Students will work in teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 35219 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 3-4.

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Harford Imagination Theatre Do you have a passion for the theatre, working with a group, and having fun? Harford Imagination Theatre gives students the opportunity to expand their creative talents while gaining a greater understanding and love for the performing arts. Instruction will cover how to audition, voice coaching, dance and body movement, acting and projection, costuming and make-up, and improvisation, as well as the technical aspects of set construction, lighting, props, and special effects. Students will have the opportunity to perform and work on a production for the "Family Finale," which will be held on the last Thursday of the program. Tuition: $249 Fee: $35 Course: 35334 MON-THU 6/26-8/10 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 23 Joppa Hall Entering grades 6-12.

Summer Dramatics Lights! Curtain! Act! In this dynamic theatre camp, students take center stage as they engage in the marvels of live theatre. During the course of this workshop, students act their way through a series of high energy drama games, improv, and scripted dialogue that they help write. What is more, the students learn the art of stage character make up and costume design! At the conclusion of camp, the students perform for family and friends. Don't let your child miss out on a week filled with excitement, fun, and discovery. Tuition: $75 Fee: $30 Course: 35204 MON - FRI 1-3:30 PM Joppa Hall Entering grades 4-8.

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SPORTS Golf Camp for Boys and Girls This camp is designed for kids, ages 8-14, with little or no previous golf experience. This week-long instructional clinic at Ruggles Golf Course helps participants develop the basics of the golf swing and introduces them to the rules, etiquette, and history of the game. Campers are encouraged to bring their own golf clubs and a water bottle. Tuition: $45

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Course: 35335 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Aberdeen Proving Ground, Ruggles Golf Course Entering grades 4-8.

Tennis Camp for Boys and Girls Emphasis will be placed on learning and using all strokes: forehand, backhand, ground stroke, volleying and overhead serves. The last day will stress match play and games. HCC men's and women's tennis coach, George Budelis, will conduct the camps. George's teams have won the Region XX Championship for six consecutive seasons and he has taken teams to the national championships in four of those years. Campers must supply their own rackets. Tuition: $105 Fee: $25 Course: 35412 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 4-6 PM Sessions: 5 HCC-Susquehanna Tennis Courts G. Budelis Entering grades 2-6.

TECHNOLOGY Dissecting Computer Technology Sure, you know how to use your computer, but do you know how it works? What is an I/O port? What is a motherboard? How does the memory work with the hard drive? You'll take a working computer apart, examine the pieces, and put it back together! Will it still work? Explore the evolution of personal computing and what tomorrow may hold for technology. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125

concepts of force, measurement, construction, design, and much more. Students will be challenged to create unique machines using their knowledge of technology and design. Come learn how to do some amazing things with technology. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125 Course: 35241 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 6-8. Course: 35242 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 6-8.

Robotics with Mindstorm Do you know what a robot is capable of doing? Get ready to take control! You will build robots, program them to accomplish tasks, respond to external stimuli, and overcome challenges. Using the NXT brick from LEGOÂŽ, you will control the robot with NXT programming language and software programming techniques. Experience the challenges of navigation, avoiding and climbing over obstacles, and moving objects. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125 Course: 35243 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 6-8. Course: 35249 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 6-8.

Course: 25846 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 5-10. Course: 35246 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Entering grades 5-10.

Intermediate Engineering and Robotics Engineering technology is a great way to introduce a budding young scientific mind to the future of a high-technology world! In this class, teams will work together and become technology experts. Instructors will reinforce

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Full-Day Programs Adventure Week Calling all adventurers . . . experience 5 different adventures in one week! Biking, paddle boarding, hiking, swimming, and finding solutions on a ropes course will be among the fun we get into! Please pack a nut-free lunch -- no peanut butter sandwiches. More information about camp, permission slips, and locations will be sent each camper in early May. Please call 443-412-2177 if you do not receive this documentation. Tuition: $250 Fee: $75

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Course: 25827 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 6-8. Course: 35220 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 6-8.

Adventure Week Get Ready Optional "extended day" for Adventure Week campers is available 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Spend your week with us trying new adventures and being introduced to amazing outdoor locations. Come join us for five unique adult-tested, kid-approved adventures to include, but are not limited to, hiking, kayaking, adventure course, and paddleboarding/sailing. Tuition: $129 Fee: $195 Course: 35357 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5

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Course: 25828 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

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Course: 35221 MON-FRI 7/17-7/31 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Join us for a day of hiking and swimming at Rocks State Park and Kilgore Falls.

Adventure Week Wind Down Optional "extended day" for Adventure Week campers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see our policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25829 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35222 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

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Kilgore Falls Course: 35350 MON 7/24 9 AM-4 PM Session: 1

Ultimate Water Sports Day 2 will take you to Gunpowder Falls, Hammerman Beach area, for sailing, paddle boarding, and kayaking. Course: 35348 TUE 7/25 9 AM-4 PM Session: 1

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Billy Goat Trail Day 3 takes us down to Great Falls National Historic Park to explore the Billy Goat Trail. Course: 35349 WED 7/26 9 AM-4 PM Session: 1

Ropes Course On day 4 we head to Edgely Grove Farm to brave the ropes course and climbing wall. Course: 35351 THU 7/27 9 AM-4 PM Session: 1

Tubing We will end our week with a relaxing trip down the river in an inner tube at Gunpowder Falls State Park. And, to top that off, we will snorkel too. Course: 35352 FRI 7/28 9 AM-4 PM Session: 1


All Sports Camp

Art on Parade

Diverse Explorers

This is the ultimate camp for the sports enthusiast. Every minute is filled with sportsrelated activities in our recently renovated Susquehanna Center as well as our own turf field. All Sports campers will participate in swimming, handball, basketball, dodge ball, capture the flag, ultimate frisbee, floor hockey, kickball, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, wiffle ball, and more. Lunch is included with the camp registration. All participants must be able to swim. Bring bathing suit and towel daily. Tuition: $185 Fee: $49

Explore the world of visual arts in this fun one-week session. Campers will use a variety of media to cultivate their artistic talents with age-appropriate activities. We will end the week with an art show for students to display original art work for family and friends!

Are you ready to stretch your world and experience Harford County with campers of diverse abilities and interests? This weeklong outdoor experience is for youth of all abilities, including those with and without disabilities. You will kayak, fish, swim, explore archery, hike in nature, and most probably try something new. We will be exploring different Harford County locations each day. Each activity will provide the opportunity for team building and learning about fellow campers. Campers must bring their own nut-free lunch—no peanut butter sandwiches. More information about camp, permission slips, and locations will be sent each camper in early May. Please call 443-412-2177 if you do not receive paperwork. Tuition: $250 Fee: $75

Course: 35224 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 5-7.

All Sports Camp Warm Up Optional "extended day" for All Sports Camp campers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25834 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35226 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

All Sports Camp Cool Down Optional "extended day" for All Sports Camp campers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see our policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25833 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35225 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

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Course: 25766 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 4-7. Course: 35124 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 4-7.

Art on Parade Get Ready to Go Optional "extended day" for Art on Parade campers is available from 7:30–9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Course: 35227 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 5-7.

Course: 35234 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 Course: 25767 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 Edgewood Hall 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Entering grades 5-7. Course: 35125 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Art on Parade Wind Down Optional "extended care" for Art on Parade campers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see our policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25768 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35126 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Diverse Explorers Get Ready Optional "extended day" for Diverse Explorers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35229 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35236 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Diverse Explorers Wind Down Optional "extended day" is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35230 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35237 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

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Course: 25831 MON-FRI 6/26-30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 5-7.

Tuition: $165


Live On Stage . . . You!

Live On Stage Get Ready

Not Your Average Sports Camp

Ever wanted to perform? If you're not afraid to "do your thing," then this class is for you! We will be exploring the performing arts in this exciting one-week session. Campers will have classes in acting, singing, dancing, and learn about what happens behind the scenes. Explore your talents and put on a short play or variety show at the end of the class for your family and friends! Tuition: $165 Fee: $40

Optional "extended day" for Live On Stage campers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Want to learn a new sport that you may not find in school? Join us for this sports camp that explores unique sports like Ausball, pickleball, quidditch, and more. Tuition: $115 Fee: $39

Course: 25773 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Amoss Center Entering grades 7-9. Course: 35081 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Amoss Center Entering grades 7-9.

Course: 25769 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5 Course: 35052 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 7:30-9 AM Sessions: 5

Live On Stage Wind Down Optional "extended day" for Live On Stage students is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see the policy on fees for late pick-up, p 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 25770 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5 Course: 35053 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

Course: 35343 WED, THU, FRI 9 AM-4 PM Edgewood Hall Entering grades 6-9.

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Pets and Vets

GRADES 6-8

Interested in veterinary science? Love animals? This is a great opportunity to explore the many career opportunities that would allow you to pursue your passion! Explore the rewarding and sometimes WILD world of working with animals. This class will investigate exotic animals, wildlife rehabilitation, pet first aid and CPR, and animal massage. Campers will even enjoy a field trip to interact with amazing animals, and that is just the beginning of all the fun things we have planned! Join us for a great week AND maybe the inspiration of a career path! Tuition: $205 Fee: $50 Course: 35194 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 24 Entering grades 6-8.

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Pets and Vets: The Next Level

Summer Jazz Camp

This one-week jazz camp is under the direction of the amazing Mr. Benny Russell, Have you enjoyed our Pets and Vets camp? one of Harford Community College’s Now you can learn even more about what the prestigious music faculty. Students should world of animals has to offer. This three-day be prepared to work as an ensemble and intensive camp will let you explore life on the to sharpen their improvisational skills. farm, equine rescue, and much more. The instruments that are involved are the Tuition: $120 Fee: $30 saxophone, trumpet, trombone, guitar, piano, Course: 35208 bass, drums, and vocals. All students are WED-THU-FRI 7/5-7/7 required to have their own instruments as 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 3 well as “The Real Book” in the appropriate Joppa Hall, Room 24 keys. Lunches will be provided daily; however, Entering grades 6-8. students should pack a mid-morning and afternoon snack. Tuition: $165 Fee: $35

Summer Strings This week-long strings camp is under the direction of Mr. Brian Folus, founding conductor of the Harford String Orchestra. Students will have daily string orchestra rehearsals, and throughout the week, small group sessions with guest clinicians. The culminating event will be a concert on Friday evening. Students should pack a mid-morning and afternoon snack. Tuition: $165 Fee: $45 Course: 35207 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-3 PM Sessions: 5 Amoss Center B. Folus Entering grades 6-12.

Course: 35206 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 9 AM-3 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 112 B. Russell Entering grades 7-12.

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GRADES 6-8

NEW!


Discovering U!

Have no idea what to do when you grow up? Explore many different occupations with hands-on classes that give you an idea of the responsibilities of each profession.

Discovering U! Get Ready

Optional "extended day" for Discovering U! campers is available from 7:30-9 a.m. Drop-off in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35323 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 7:30-9 AM

GRADES 6-8

Discovering U! Wind Down

Optional "extended day" for Discovering U! campers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35324 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 4-5:30 PM

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Cybersecurity

Public Service

This camp will explore aspects of network security and the importance of keeping our digital information safe in the 21st century. Tuition: $199 Fee: $60

Get hands-on experience with the many professions serving our community every day. Tuition: $99 Fee: $30

Course: 35322 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 Course: 35321 9 AM-12:15 PM MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 Edgewood Hall 9 AM-4 PM Entering grades 7-9. Joppa Hall Entering grades 7-9. MON/WED/FRI Introduction to Networks: What is a EMT/Paramedic: Interested in the medical network? Why are they important? Learn the field, but aren't sure where to start? Ride basics of computer networks and the role in an ambulance, learn life-saving CPR, and they play in today's technological world. more as we explore the life of an EMT. Computer Ethics: Being a good citizen Nursing: No one can deny the importance goes beyond that of the real world and of nursing in the medical profession. Get an into cyberspace. Learn best practices on introduction to the lab, equipment, and skills the internet and how to use it effectively, needed to pursue a career as a nurse. securely, and most importantly, safely. TUE/THU Hacking: Learn the basics of computer Firefighter: We have all seen firefighters in programming and get an introduction to the movies, but what does it really take to be hacking and how it relates to cybersecurity. a firefighter? Join us and find out. Put on the Cryptology: Become a code breaker by gear, tour a firehouse, and climb into the truck learning the fundamentals of ciphers, for a first-hand look at being a firefighter. computer algorithms, and more. Police: Help make the world a safer place. Train like a cadet and learn what is expected of an officer in this introduction to law enforcement.

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Half-Day Programs ART Just Pencil II Students will learn to improve their drawing abilities and explore a variety of pencil drawing techniques. Students enrolled in Just Pencil may continue with this course. New students are also welcome. Sketch book is provided; just bring a pencil. Tuition: $85 Fee: $30 Course: 35188 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 16 Entering grades 5 and up.

Pencil and Colored Pencil Add another dimension to your pencil drawings by adding color. Use colored pencils to enhance your work. Sketch book provided; just bring a pencil. Tuition: $85 Fee: $30 Course: 35189 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 16 Entering grades 5 and up.

Pencil, Pen and Brush Spend your time wisely this summer! Work in the provided sketchbook and learn drawing and painting techniques that will take you beyond class time and into a rewarding lifelong hobby or future profession. Tuition: $85 Fee: $30 Course: 35190 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 16 Entering grades 5 and up.

COMPUTERS App Adventures: The Next Level! Continue your quest to make the next viral app! Whether you want to move past the basic techniques learned in App Attack or

want to jump right in, we are ready for you! All students will choose from a selection of different mobile app types and explore more in-depth programming concepts. Studentcreated apps will be accessible on a private site and can be played on any mobile device or computer. No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smart phone or tablet to take the class. Students will work in teams for most of the programs. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 35209 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 6-8.

App Attack! Make Your First Game App Take the first steps into the world of mobile app design and customize your own game app! Using a specialized app and game development tool, students will explore the world of web-based apps. In addition to learning the basics of mobile app design and game development, you will also see firsthand how the world of app publishing functions. Student-created apps will be accessible on a private site and can be played on any mobile device or computer. No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smartphone or tablet to take the class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 25825 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 6-8.

Code Breakers

Make Your First 3D Video Game This class allows you to develop a game concept that goes well beyond the limitation of the traditional 2D game design classes. Students will learn the physics behind 3D games, explore beginner event scripting, level design, controlling flow of gameplay, and storytelling. Student-created games will be available on a password-protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 35212 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 6-8.

Make Your First Video Game If you love playing video games, this is the camp for you! Make your first video game in this one-of-a-kind class that shows you the keys to designing your first 2D game. Conceptualization, play, experience, challenge levels, graphics, sounds, and simple coding are just some of the concepts that we'll explore. No prior experience necessary, just a desire to have fun. Student-created games will be available on a password-protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Games are only compatible on PC computers; Mac versions can be created after the program for a $15 conversion fee. Students will work in teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129

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GRADES 6-8

Course: 35215 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket

Entering grades 6-8.

Calling all future coders, programmers, and designers! Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS through a series of web projects and design challenges each day and be on your way to becoming the next tech star! Whether you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or the high school student who just made a million dollars for programming in his bedroom, this course has the essentials you need to begin your journey. Projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129

Minecraft Animators

Course: 35211 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 6-8.

Course: 35216 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hal, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 6-8.

Bring your favorite Minecraft characters to life in an animated short film! Learn how studios like Pixar and Disney make movies like Inside Out and Frozen by using techniques like key framing, tweening, texturing and animating rigged 3D models. Student projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. You do not need to own a Minecraft account to use the software in this class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129

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Minecraft Designers If you love the game Minecraft, but always wanted to design your own characters and buildings for your games, this class is for you! Learn the basics of creating 3D models using a new software to design your very own objects, create skins for characters, and import them into your favorite Minecraft games. To access their project at home, students must own a PC/MAC version of Minecraft. Tablet, phone, and game console versions of Minecraft are not compatible. Parent email address is required to use 3D modeling software. Students will work in teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 35231 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 6-8.

Minecraft Modders

GRADES 6-8

Use your favorite game to learn the basics of modding and foundations of programming. Learn scripting and logic statements as you create your first mod! Introductory coding will also be taught through a simulated environment inspired by Minecraft. Student projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. To access their project at home, students must own a PC/MAC version of Minecraft. Tablet, phone, and game console versions of Minecraft are not compatible. Students will work in teams for most of the program. Tuition: $85 Fee: $129 Course: 35218 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Entering grades 6-8.

Star Wars Stop Animation Make your own Star Wars adventure come to life! Bring your favorite action figures or Star Wars toys and create a short film with your friends. Whether you want to recreate a scene from the movies or design a new world of your own, this class brings your dreams to the screen. Students will need to bring in Star Wars action figures or vehicles from home, but all other equipment will be provided. Student-created films will be available on a password-protected website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Tuition: $55 Fee: $77

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Course: 35191 to perform and work on a production for the WED-THU-FRI 7/5-7/7 "Family Finale," which will be held on the last 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 Thursday of the program. Joppa Hall, Room 9 Black Rocket Tuition: $249 Fee: $35 Entering grades 5-8. Course: 35334 MON-THU 6/26-8/10 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 23 Joppa Hall Entering grades 6-12.

COOKING Bake and Take

Have fun making fast treats to take along for a hike or to the pool. Learn to make cookies in a funnel, brownies with a punch, and mini cupcakes to decorate and share with others. Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any allergies. (Additional forms required.) Participants must wear closed-toe shoes. Tuition: $95 Fee: $45 Course: 35193 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 15 Entering grades 6-8.

Teen Chefs: The Art of Cooking Cook up savory dishes and desserts from scratch that are fun, fresh, and flavorful. This cooking class is highly recommended for teens with culinary interest. Learn a variety of cooking methods including sautĂŠing and pan-searing, to name a few. Topics include kitchen safety, basic knife skills, nutrition, menu planning, selecting ingredients, and measurement. Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any allergies. (Additional forms required.) Tuition: $95 Fee: $45

Summer Dramatics Lights! Curtain! Act! In this dynamic theatre camp, students take center stage as they engage in the marvels of live theatre. During the course of this workshop, students act their way through a series of high energy drama games, improv, and scripted dialogue that they help write. What is more, the students learn the art of stage character make up and costume design! At the conclusion of camp, the students perform for family and friends. Don't let your child miss out on a week filled with excitement, fun, and discovery. Tuition: $75 Fee: $30 Course: 35204 MON - FRI 1-3:30 PM Joppa Hall Entering grades 4-8.

8/14-8/18 Sessions: 5 R. Bottiger

Course: 35187 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 15 Entering grades 6-8.

DRAMA Harford Imagination Theatre Do you have a passion for the theatre, working with a group, and having fun? Harford Imagination Theatre gives students the opportunity to expand their creative talents while gaining a greater understanding and love for the performing arts. Instruction will cover how to audition, voice coaching, dance and body movement, acting and projection, costuming and make-up, and improvisation, as well as the technical aspects of set construction, lighting, props, and special effects. Students will have the opportunity

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From slicing and dicing, to measuring and mixing, you will learn all you need to know about following recipes and making a tasty dish in our cooking camps.


Win the Money Game Imagine learning the most critical money lessons you need to know to enjoy your life in a fun, engaging, and entertaining way! In this class, you will learn different principles, habits, concepts, ideas, and beliefs involved with money and creating wealth for yourself, just by playing a GAME.

Ruggles Golf Course

Entering grades 4-8.

Tennis Camp for Boys and Girls

The Money Game, the financial education program where the players are the pieces and the lessons last a lifetime! Join us as we partner with APG Federal Credit Union and learn how easy it really is to Win! Tuition: $75 Fee: $10

Emphasis will be placed on learning and using all strokes: forehand, backhand, ground stroke, volleying and overhead serves. The last day will stress match play and games. HCC men's and women's tennis coach, George Budelis, will conduct the camps. George's teams have won the Region XX Championship for six consecutive seasons and he has taken teams to the national championships in four of those years. Campers must supply their own rackets. Tuition: $105 Fee: $25

Course: 35353 WED-FRI 7/5-7/7 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 APG Federal Credit Union Staff Edgewood Hall Entering grades 6 and up.

Course: 35413 MON - FRI 7/17-7/21 4-6 PM Sessions: 5 HCC-Susquehanna Center Tennis Courts G. Budelis Entering grades 7 and up.

SAFETY Babysitter Boot Camp Learn the responsibilities of babysitting in just one week! This course teaches valuable skills such as care and entertainment of the young child and marketing yourself as a babysitter. Students will earn First Aid and CPR certification. By Maryland law, a babysitter must be 13 years old unless an adult is present. Tuition includes text, booklets, and certification cards. Students MUST be present at all classes. There are no make-ups. Tuition: $80 Fee: $99 Course: 35336 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 6 and up.

SPORTS Golf Camp for Boys and Girls This camp is designed for kids, ages 8-14, with little or no previous golf experience. This week-long instructional clinic at Ruggles Golf Course helps participants develop the basics of the golf swing and introduces them to the rules, etiquette, and history of the game. Campers are encouraged to bring their own golf clubs and a water bottle. Tuition: $45 Fee: $113

TECHNOLOGY Advanced Robotics with Mindstorm

Are you familiar with the basics of LEGOÂŽ Mindstorms? Then this class is for you! Working in teams, students will move up to more elaborate robots and programming while learning science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the robotics context. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125 Course: 35238 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Goldsmith Education Entering grades 6-8.

Dissecting Computer Technology Sure, you know how to use your computer, but do you know how it works? What is an I/O port? What is a motherboard? How does the memory work with the hard drive? You'll take a working computer apart, examine the pieces, and put it back together! Will it still work? Explore the evolution of personal computing and what tomorrow may hold for technology. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125 Course: 25846 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Goldsmith Education Entering grades 5-10.

Course: 35246 MON-FRI 7/31-8/4 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Goldsmith Education Entering grades 5-10.

Intermediate Engineering and Robotics Engineering technology is a great way to introduce a budding young scientific mind to the future of a high-technology world! In this class, teams will work together and become technology experts. Instructors will reinforce concepts of force, measurement, construction, design and much more. Students will be challenged to create unique machines using their knowledge of technology and design. Come learn how to do some amazing things with technology. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125 Course: 35241 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Goldsmith Education Entering grades 6-8. Course: 35242 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Goldsmith Education Entering grades 6-8.

GRADES 6-8

ENRICHMENT

Course: 35335 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 5 Aberdeen Proving Ground, D. Cordell

Robotics with Mindstorm Do you know what a robot is capable of doing? Get ready to take control! You will build robots, program them to accomplish tasks, respond to external stimuli, and overcome challenges. Using the NXT brick from LEGOÂŽ you will control the robot with NXT programming language and software programming techniques. Experience the challenges of navigation, avoiding and climbing over obstacles, and moving objects. Tuition: $85 Fee: $125 Course: 35243 MON-FRI 7/10-7/14 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Goldsmith Education Entering grades 6-8. Course: 35249 MON-FRI 8/7-8/11 1-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 18 Goldsmith Education Entering grades 6-8.

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Full-Day Programs NEW!

Summer Art Academy

This summer session of the Fine Art Academy will take you further into your art exploration. We will visit museums, host guest lecturers, schedule open studio time, and experience more of what the art world has to offer. Tuition: $199 Fee: $60

HIGH SCHOOL

Course: 35314 MON-FRI 9 AM-4 PM Joppa Hall, Room 16 Entering grades 9-12.

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Summer Jazz Camp

Summer Strings

This one-week jazz camp is under the direction of the amazing Mr. Benny Russell, one of Harford Community College’s prestigious music faculty. Students should be prepared to work as an ensemble and to sharpen their improvisational skills. The instruments that are involved are the saxophone, trumpet, trombone, guitar, piano, bass, drums, and vocals. All students are required to have their own instruments as well as The Real Book in the appropriate keys. Lunches will be provided daily; however, students should pack a midmorning and afternoon snack. Tuition: $165 Fee: $35

This week-long strings camp is under the direction of Mr. Brian Folus, founding conductor of the Harford String Orchestra. Students will have daily string orchestra rehearsals, and throughout the week, small group sessions with guest clinicians. The culminating event will be a concert on Friday evening. Boxed lunches will be available daily; however, students should pack a midmorning and afternoon snack. Tuition: $165 Fee: $45

Course: 35206 MON-FRI 8/14-8/18 9 AM-3 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 112

Entering grades 7-12.

Visit us online at Harford.edu/hcckids or call 443-412-2376.

Course: 35207 MON-FRI

7/10-7/14 9 AM-3 PM Sessions: 5 Amoss Center B. Folus Entering grades 6-12.


Counselor-in-Training Being a summer camp counselor is rewarding on many levels, but it also comes with a great deal of responsibility. To better prepare yourself, join us this summer for our Counselor-in-Training program. You will be partnered with an experienced counselor to learn the necessary skills to become a leader while having fun in the process. CITs will be trained in the following areas:

Tuition: $165

• How to work with campers of multiple ages

Course: 25802 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5

• How to conduct yourself in a business environment and other soft skills such as applying for jobs and the interview process. • All CITs will receive certifications in CPR and First Aid. Each CIT will be expected to dress and act appropriately. This is a job preparation program and will be conducted as such. There is a mandatory information session and training for all approved applicants on May 24. Parents are encouraged to attend. Applications are due by May 1, 2017. Applicants will be notified by May 15 if they are accepted into the program.

Course: 35141 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Tuition: $205

Fee: $60

Course: 35135 MON-FRI 7/10-7/21 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 10

HIGH SCHOOL

• Gain best practices in effective communication (campers and adults)

Fee: $45

Course: 35136 MON-FRI 7/31-8/11 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 10

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In-person registration is in Edgewood Hall, Entrance #3 on Thomas Run Road.

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Teen Boat Building

Television Production

Complete your very own double paddle canoe in one week. Glue, nail, and paint precut parts of your canoe. A boat launch graduation and river paddle is scheduled on Saturday, 7/1. Bring a bag lunch. Supply fee includes all materials needed for a completed canoe. Enrollment limited to 10 students. A required orientation meeting for parents and students will be held Thursday, June 8, 7 p.m., at the Upper Bay Museum. A supply fee of $390 is due at orientation. Make check payable to: Chesapeake Wooden Boat Builders Association. Tuition: $175

(Sponsored by the Harford Cable Network) Learn some of the many skills that go into creating some of your favorite television shows from actual television journalists. This program is hands-on; campers discover by doing. You can expect to develop creative and technical skills, including camera work, story creations, and a knowledge of work, both in the studio and out on locations. The final project will include taping a live performance for future airing on Harford Cable Network. Tuition: $205 Fee: $60

NEW!

The Culinary Experience This summer get the full culinary experience by exploring the wonderful world of food. In this camp you will enjoy new flavors along with some traditional and non-traditional ways of preparing food. Visit a restaurant, see the inside of a food truck, and head to the farm for some farm-to-table dining that is beyond compare. Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any allergies. (Additional forms required.) Participants must wear closed toe shoes. Tuition: $199 Fee: $60 Course: 35313 MON-FRI 7/24-7/28 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 15 Entering grades 9-12.

Course: 35159 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Joppa Hall, Room 90 Entering grades 9-12.

T.V. Production Get Ready Optional "extended day" for Television Production campers is available from 7:30–9 a.m. Drop-off at Edgewood Hall. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15 Course: 35156 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

HIGH SCHOOL

Half-Day Programs

TV Production Wind Down

Win the Money Game

Optional "extended day" for Television Production campers is available from 4-5:30 p.m. Pick-up in Edgewood Hall. Be sure to see our policy on fees for late pick-up, p. 45. Tuition: $19 Fee: $15

Imagine learning the most critical money lessons you need to know to enjoy your life in a fun, engaging and entertaining way! In this class, you will learn different principles, habits, concepts, ideas and beliefs involved with money and creating wealth for yourself, just by playing a GAME.

Course: 35155 MON-FRI 7/17-7/21 4-5:30 PM Sessions: 5

The Money Game, the financial education program where the players are the pieces and the lessons last a lifetime! Join us as we partner with APG Federal Credit Union and learn how easy it really is to Win! Tuition: $75 Fee: $10 Course: 35353 WED-FRI 7/5-7/7 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 3 Edgewood Hall APG Federal Credit Union Staff Entering grades 6 and up.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Course: 25805 MON-FRI 6/26-6/30 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 5 Chesapeake Wooden Boat Builders at the Upper Bay Museum, 219 Walnut Street, North East, MD 21901 Entering grades 6-12. There is a boat launch and river paddle on Saturday, July 1 from 9 AM-12 PM


DRIVER EDUCATION Driver Education

is happening at HCC this summer? ACADEMIC PREPARATION Get Ahead of the Curve Algebra

WHAT ELSE?

For students enrolled in Algebra I in the fall. Review mathematics fundamentals in preparation for Algebra I. Topics include whole number concepts, fractions, decimals and percents, ratios, proportion, and signed numbers. Parents are welcome to stay. There will be assignments to be completed at home. Get ready for fall now! Tuition: $75 Fee: $10 Course: 35340 TUE, WED 7/11-7/20 6:30-8:30 PM Sessions: 4 Edgewood Hall For students entering Algebra I in the fall.

Get Ahead of the Curve Geometry For students enrolled in Geometry in the fall. Review arithmetic and elementary algebra in preparation for Geometry. Topics include mathematics fundamentals and an introduction to angles, triangles, plane figures, and solid figures. Parents are welcome to stay. Some assignments may need to be completed at home. Tuition: $75 Fee: $10 Course: 35341 TUE, WED 7/25-8/3 6:30-8:30 PM Sessions: 4 Edgewood Hall For students entering Geometry in the fall.

Study Skills Learn organized study skills. Topics include time management, note taking, memory retention, test taking, and outlining. Find out how to work and study smarter. Text required; available at the College Store. Tuition: $75 Fee: $10 Course: 35342 THU 7/18-7/27 6:30-8:30 PM Sessions: 4 Edgewood Hall Entering grades 7-9.

This course is required for those who want to obtain a driver's license. To register, bring proof of age (birth certificate, learner's permit, or valid passport) to Harford Community College's Edgewood Hall. Students must be age 15 by first class session. * 30 hours of classroom instruction (10 threehour sessions) * 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction by appointment * Classroom instruction meets in Joppa Hall, Rm. 13 This course meets the MVA GRADUATED LICENSING PROGRAM. Parent or driver coach requested to attend the first class session, mandatory for students. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply. Tuition: $335 Fee: $25 Course: 25889 MON-FRI 6/16-6/29 6-9:15 PM Parent/Student Orientation on Friday, 6/16, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 6 PM. Course: 25888 MON-FRI 9 AM-12:15 PM

6/19-6/30

Parent/Student Orientation on Monday, 6/19, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 9 AM. Course: 35358 FRI 6/30 1-4:15 PM Additional Meeting Times and/or Dates for (Course: 35358) MON-FRI 7/3-7/14 9 AM-12:15 PM J-013 Parent/Student Orientation on Friday, 6/30, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 BEGINNING AT 1 PM. Remaining sessions meet at HCC-J013 from 9 AM-12:15 PM. No class 7/4. Course: 35359 MON-FRI 6/30-7/14 6-9:15 PM Parent/Student Orientation on Friday, 6/30, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 6 PM. No class 7/4. Course: 35360 MON-FRI 7/17-7/28 9 AM-12:15 PM Parent/Student Orientation on Monday, 7/17, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 9 AM.

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Course: 35362 MON-FRI 7/31-8/11 9 AM-12:15 PM Parent/Student Orientation on Monday, 7/31, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 9 AM. Course: 35363 MON-FRI 7/31-8/11 6-9:15 PM Parent/Student Orientation on Monday, 7/31, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 6 PM. Course: 35364 MON-FRI 8/14-8/25 9 AM-12:15 PM Parent/Student Orientation on Monday, 8/14, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 9 AM. Course: 35365 MON-FRI 8/14-8/25 6-9:15 PM Parent/Student Orientation on Monday, 8/14, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 6 PM.

ONE FREE HOUR of behind-the-wheel instruction to students who complete HCC Driver Education but fail to pass their MVA test! Call 443-412-2176 for information.

Do you need extra hours behind the wheel? Behind-the-Wheel Instruction HCC is offering individualized sessions to help you prepare for your driver's test or just increase your level of comfort behind the wheel. Students must have a valid learner's permit or driver's license. This class is independent of Driver Education. Fee: $85 for two-hour session $150 for 4-hour session $215 for 6-hour session Call 443-412-2176 for registration info.

Call about our new

Spanish Driver Education curriculum

443-412-2212.

ENRICHMENT Mad City Money Experience life in the future with Mad City Money! You've just been transported into the future with your friends. You already have families of your own and have a full-time career. You're earning money and have bills to pay. Now you have to select housing, transportation, food, household necessities, clothing, day care, and other wants and needs. There are many choices to make. Oh, and by the way, you need to build a budget based on your income and debt. Welcome to Mad City Money! This 2 1/2 hour simulation gives teens and young adults a taste of the real world. Join us as we partner with APG Federal Credit Union to experience . . . Mad City Money! Tuition: $25 Fee: $10 Course: 35355 WED 7/19 1-4 PM Sessions: 1 Joppa Hall APG Federal Credit Union Staff Entering grades 9 and up. Course: 35356 WED 8/16 9 AM-12 PM Sessions: 1 Joppa Hall APG Federal Credit Union staff Entering grades 9 and up.

Win the Money Game Imagine learning the most critical money lessons you need to know to enjoy your life in a fun, engaging and entertaining way! In this class, you will learn different principles, habits, concepts, ideas and beliefs involved with money and creating wealth for yourself, just by playing a GAME. The Money Game, the financial education program where the players are the pieces and the lessons last a lifetime! Join us as we partner with APG Federal Credit Union and learn how easy it really is to Win! Tuition: $75 Fee: $10

SAFETY AND CERTIFICATIONS CPR for Family & Friends Children will learn approved cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques in an age-appropriate format. Techniques will be practiced on adult, child, and infant mannequins. A "must" course for a babysitter. Upon successful completion, an American Heart Association card will be awarded to each child. Adults must attend with their child if they are in grades 2 or 3. Tuition: $10 Fee: $39 Course: 35337 SAT 7/15 9 AM-12:30 PM Session: 1 Paramedic Personnel of Maryland, 343 Granary Road, Forest Hill Entering grades 2 and up.

First Aid for Kids Would you know what to do in an emergency? Learn to act quickly if faced with sudden illnesses, burns, cuts, nosebleeds, or choking hazards. This course is taught by paramedical personnel and is a must for children left alone or in charge. Fee includes text and certification card. Tuition: $10 Fee: $39 Course: 35338 SAT 7/8 9 AM-12:30 PM Session: 1 Paramedic Personnel of Maryland, 343 Granary Road, Forest Hill Entering grades 3 and up.

Sitter Safety Prepare now to accept the responsibilities of babysitting. This course teaches valuable skills such as care and entertainment of the young child, and marketing yourself as a babysitter. Students will earn First Aid and CPR certification. By Maryland law, a babysitter must be 13 years of age unless an adult is present. Tuition: $35 Fee: $60 Course: 35339 TUE, THU 6/27-7/25 6-7:30 PM Sessions: 8 Paramedic Personnel of Maryland, 343 Granary Road, Forest Hill Entering grades 6 and up. Must be at least 12 years of age.

Course: 35354 WED 7/26 9 AM-4 PM Sessions: 1 Joppa Hall APG Federal Credit Union Staff Entering grades 6 and up.

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WHAT ELSE?

Course: 35361 MON-FRI 7/17-7/28 6-9:15 PM Parent/Student Orientation on Monday, 7/17, meets at HCC-Bel Air Hall Rm 236 beginning at 6 PM.


POSSIBLE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Scholarship Requirements 1. Applicant must be a resident of Harford County. 2. Applicant must have maintained a “B” (or higher) average during the 2016-17

Every year the HCC Kids program takes the opportunity to reach out into the community and offer scholarships to campers who otherwise might not be able to attend. Our hope is to introduce a subject in a new way and create an interest in a child that may turn into an individual passion.

school year.

3. Applicant must be able to provide proof of financial need (letter from the state's

human services provider and/or 2016 tax return).

4. Applicant must be able to show how he or she would benefit from the program. 5. The parent/legal guardian of applicant must be able to provide transportation to

These scholarships will be awarded to families based on financial need. The following requirements have been established for eligibility:

and from the program each day.

1. Please fill out the application and return to our offices by May 26, 2017. Contact Leanna Gefrich, Coordinator for Youth Programs, if you have any questions at 443-412-2191 or lgefrich@Harford.edu. 2. Write a brief paragraph explaining why you wish to attend the program. (Please attach a separate piece of paper.)

Summer Youth Programs Scholarship Application MAIL FORM TO

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

3. Have a parent/guardian of the applicant write a brief paragraph indicating financial need. (Please attach a separate piece of paper.)

Harford Community College HCC Kids 401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 P: 443-412-2191 • F: 443-412-2482

H HCC ID

Last Name (Please print.)

First Name

Street

City

MI State

Zip Code

Home Phone

Cell Phone

Email

Parent/Guardian

Cell/Work Phone (Circle one.)

Email r Home or r Business

Date of Birth

/

/

Age: ______

Gender r Male r Female

Grade student is entering: _______

An official or teacher of the applicant’s school will verify a B (or better) average for the 2016-2017 school year.

School Official/Teacher Name

School Name

Please list the program(s) for which you are applying. (There are limited scholarships available.) COURSE #

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COURSE TITLE

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COST OF CAMP


In-person registration is in Edgewood Hall, Entrance #3 on Thomas Run Road.

MAIL FORM TO

Continuing Education Harford Community College Continuing Education and Training Division 401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 P: 443-412-2376 • F: 443-412-2383

Office Use Only

Spring r Summer r Fall Registered by: __________________________ Cashier’s Office: ________________________ C/R ____________Ini. ________ Date _____ r

H HCC ID

Last Name (Please print.)

First Name

Street

City

Home Phone

MI State

Cell/Work Phone (Circle one.)

Zip Code

Email r Home or r Business

Contact Information for HCC AlertMe Emergency Notification System r YES, please contact me in the event of an emergency on campus or a non-emergency campus closing. ________________________________________ Preferred contact phone number

r NO, I choose not to be contacted in the event of a campus emergency or non-routine campus closing.

Date of Birth

/

Senior Citizen (60 years or older) r YES r NO

/

Gender r Male r Female

month / day / year

Citizenship r U.S. Citizen r Permanent Resident/Asylee/Refugee (Must bring in original card.) Ethnicity

Are you of Hispanic or Latino origin? r YES r NO (Defined as a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.)

Race

Select one or more of r White (01) r Black/African American (02) r Asian (03) the following categories: r American Indian or Native Alaskan (04) r Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (05) (See harford.edu/dfr for definitions of race.)

REGISTRATION FORM

r Non-U.S. Citizen (Must submit copy of immigration document.) Visa Type:

How did you hear about this course? r Newspaper r Email

r Radio

r HCC Marquee

r Postcard/Flyer/Brochure

r HCC Website

r HCC Facebook

r Printed Schedule of Classes

r Referral from Family or Friend

r HCC Kids Summer Program Booklet

r Referral from Instructor

r Other _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ COURSE #

COURSE TITLE

TUITION

FEE

OUT-OF-COUNTY SURCHARGE $20

OUT-OF-STATE SURCHARGE $35

COST

SUB-TOTAL WAIVER ELIGIBILITY:

WAIVER TOTAL TOTAL COST

Payment is due at time of registration. r Check r Money Order r VISA r MasterCard r Discover r American Express

I accept and agree to abide by the policies and regulations of HCC. I understand that violation of these regulations may subject me to penalties and sanctions. (A copy of the Student Code may be obtained from the Student Activities Office.) I certify that the information on this form is accurate and complete. Failure to provide accurate information may be just cause for dismissal from the College.

We will contact you for payment by credit/debit card as soon as your registration has been processed. Signature

Photographs may be taken in classrooms and/or on campus and used for HCC and Student Activities promotions including, but not limited to, use on Facebook, the College website, and print materials. If you do not wish to be photographed, please inform the photographer.

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HCC Kids Camp Registration List

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Use this checklist to make sure you have everything you need to complete your registration. _____ Select camps by using grade levels. _____ Health Forms and Permission Forms - CampDoc is our online medical form database. Please look for an email from them. Be aware that it may go to your spam or junkmail folder. Firefox or Chrome browsers are required. Returning campers only need to update information if anything has changed since last summer. CampDoc MUST be completed in order for your registration for camp to be considered accepted or your camper will not be allowed to attend camp. _____ Register for camps four different ways:

REGISTRATION CHECKLIST

In Person:

Mail In: Complete registration form and mail with FULL PAYMENT of tuition and fee. Check or money order should be payable to Harford Community College. If you are paying by credit card, please call 443-412-2376, option 1. Your credit card information will be taken by phone. (No confirmation is sent.)

Fax: Send registration form to 443-412-2383. A registration assistant will follow up to receive the credit card number. (No confirmation is sent.)

Online: www.harford.edu/resource/solar and click on the SOLAR icon for complete instructions on how to register.

Payment required at time of registration: Check, money order or credit card (Discover, MasterCard, American Express or VISA). NO CASH IS ACCEPTED.

Edgewood Hall, Entrance 3 Monday-Thursday, 7 AM to 7 PM Friday, 7:30 AM-4:30 PM Saturday, 8:30 AM–12 PM

_____ What to Expect After Registration: Campers will receive a welcome email two weeks prior to the camp start. Again, your camper may not start the camp if he or she does not have a medical form on file with CampDoc. Campers who are required to have permission slips (ie. Adventure Week) will receive the documents by regular mail. _____ What is provided for the Campers: Food is included in full-day camps in the College’s cafeteria. Please make sure you indicate on the medical forms if there are any food allergies or special dietary needs so that the camp and cafeteria can coordinate. For those who are participating in Adventure Week or Diverse Explorers, please make sure you do not bring anything with nuts, to include peanut butter sandwiches.

Any Questions? 443-412-2376, option 1 Of Special Note: Out-of-county residents pay a $20 surcharge per course for each camp that charges tuition. All out-of-state residents pay a $35 surcharge per camp that charges tuition. Fees, where applicable, are the same for all students. Non-citizens must register in person. Please bring your registration form and most current resident card, work card, or visa to the Continuing Education Registration Office in Edgewood Hall, Entrance 3 off Thomas Run Road.

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Information You Need To Know! PLEASE READ General information about camps: 443-412-2376, Option 1 Despite our best efforts, occasionally an error may occur in a course description, tuition, fee or other entry in the camp booklet. In the event of a printing error, the College reserves the right to apply the correct information.

Course Cancellation Policy The College reserves the right to cancel any camp/class when there is insufficient enrollment. If we must cancel a camp/class, you will be notified by email, telephone, or at the first camp/class meeting.

Late Pick-Up Policy for Camp and Extended Day Programs Students will be dismissed from their last classroom at 4 p.m. Please pick up your child from his/her last classroom promptly, as a fee of $20 will be assessed for up to 15 minutes beyond the ending time of the program. An additional $20 will be charged for every 15 minutes thereafter. The fees should be paid directly to the counselor at the time of pick-up.

Holidays: July 4 There will be no camps on Monday, July 3rd or Tuesday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. NOTE: The number of sessions for each camp/class varies due to the location and holidays. See individual camp/course listings for exact number of sessions and holidays.

Services for Individuals With Disabilities Individuals with disabilities who request academic accommodations for continuing education courses must register with Disability Support Services and must provide a copy of current documentation of the disability. A minimum of two weeks’ notice may be needed to provide some accommodations. Appointments can be made and questions answered by calling Disability Support Services at 443-412-2402.

Visitors Policy All persons attending camps/classes must be officially registered for those camps/classes. Any visitors (including children) other than those with bona fide academic, educational, and/or approved business with the College, are not to be in offices, labs, classroom, break rooms, work area, or hallways. Children (ages 12 and under) not enrolled in a camp/ class are not to be left unattended at any time, under any circumstances.

Students who are registered for Wind Down (after care) will be dismissed from Edgewood Hall. Wind Down ends at 5:30 p.m. and campers must be picked up promptly, as a fee of $20 will be assessed for up to 15 minutes beyond the ending time of the program. After that, an additional $20 will be charged for every 15 minutes thereafter. The fees should be paid directly to a camp counselor at the time of pick-up.

By enrolling in Harford Community College, campers accept and agree to abide by the policies and regulations of HCC, including those in the Student Code of Conduct, the Drug and Alcohol Policy, and the Computer Use Policy. Students must understand that violation of these regulations would subject them to the penalties and sanctions continued in these policies, which are available in the Office of Student Activities. Visit www.harford.edu for more information on these policies.

Refunds and Withdrawals

Code of Conduct

If the College cancels camp/class, 100% of the tuition and fee will be refunded by mail. Allow six weeks from the date of cancellation to receive the refund. To withdraw from a continuing education camp/class, call or stop by the Continuing Education and Training Office in Edgewood Hall to complete a withdrawal form. The withdrawal will become effective the day you contact the office. Book returns must be accompanied by a copy of the withdrawal form. If you withdraw before the first camp day/class meeting, the College will refund 100% of the tuition and fee. If you with withdraw before the second camp day/class meeting, the College will refund 50% of the tuition but no fee. There will be no refunds after the second camp day/ meeting and no official withdrawal is necessary.

HCC campers are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior throughout the session. Other College classes are meeting in the summer. Running is not allowed in the buildings, and voices should be kept at a low level in the hallways. Should a discipline problem occur, the following steps will take place: 1. The problem will be reported to the Summer Camp Coordinator. 2. The Coordinator will speak to the child and reinforce the appropriate behavior. 3. If the problem persists, the parent/guardian will be notified to pick up the child. 4. If the nature of the problem is serious or if the inappropriate behavior continues, the child may be dismissed from the program and no refund will be given.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Information and Policies


Dress Code

• Unduly expose or reveal skin or undergarments, such as mesh tops, bare midriff tops, pants worn below the hips, short-shorts, miniskirts or bedtime attire.

Campers have the responsibility to choose their attire and to arrange their personal appearance in a manner that is safe, healthy, inoffensive, and not disruptive to the HCC Kids community. The dress code is intended to create a positive climate for fun, while also reducing the possibility of discipline problems.

• Contain language or symbols that offend or demean an identifiable person or group or otherwise infringe on the rights of others. • Contain profane, disrespectful or discourteous expression. • Endanger health or safety.

Campers’ style of dress or grooming must meet the reasonable requirements of a camp or activity. Accordingly, campers are prohibited from wearing clothing, jewelry, tattoos, bookbags or other articles of personal appearance that:

Dress Code Violations — When a camper’s attire or personal appearance violates this policy, the Camp Director or designee shall investigate and take corrective actions, including but not limited to the following:

• Depict profanity, obscenity, the use of weapons or violence.

• Requiring the student to remove or change the item;

• Promote the use of tobacco, drugs, alcohol or other illegal or harmful products.

• Taking reasonable steps to notify the camper’s parent/guardian of the violation.

• Contain sexually suggestive messages.

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