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SUMMER under the

OAK

2014

SUMMER PROGRAMS ACADEMIC ADVANCEMENT ATHLETICS ENRICHMENT EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING LIFELONG LEARNING


WELCOME to

SUMMER UNDER THE OAK

at

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE

With five uniquely designed centers of activity, “Summer under the Oak” has something to offer every member of your family, from adults to children, ages five and up. We invite you to review our centers, categorized by academic advancement, athletics, enrichment, experiential learning and lifelong learning. We offer a full spectrum of sports camps for the athlete in the family, as well as fun and exciting courses available through our enrichment center. Give your child a jump start in kindergarten, have fun learning about marine life or complete high school chemistry in six weeks through the center for academic advancement. Curious about how to develop a video game? Want to see if you have what it takes to command a stage? Join us for hands-on experiences in the center for experiential learning. Our team of instructors has been carefully selected, and most programs are taught by Norfolk Collegiate’s own faculty and staff members. We are proud to offer the Hampton Roads community such dynamic programs taught by experienced teachers. We hope you will take advantage of these fantastic opportunities and join the Norfolk Collegiate family for a memorable Summer under the Oak!

Sincerely, Summer under the Oak staff Norfolk Collegiate School summercamps@norfolkcollegiate.org 757.626.1820


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CONTENTS General Information ............................................................................................... page 1 Week-By-Week Program Chart ........................................................................... page 3 Center for Academic Advancement .................................................................. page 5 Center for Athletics ............................................................................................... page 10 Center for Enrichment ........................................................................................... page 17 Center for Experiential Learning......................................................................... page 24 Center for Lifelong Learning .................................................................... page 28 Educator Institute ................................................................... page 30 Registration Form ................................................... page 34


GENERAL

INFORMATION

2014 SUMMER UNDER the OAK Summer Programs Office NORFOLK COLLEGIATE LOWER SCHOOL 5429 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, VA 23509 HOURS: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. TELEPHONE: 757.626.1820 FAX: 757.623.9246 WEBSITE: www. norfolkcollegiate.org/ summerprograms SHANNON NUTTER Summer Programs Coordinator snutter@norfolkcollegiate.org REGISTRATION Applications may be completed online at norfolkcollegiate.org/summerprograms

mailed to: Norfolk Collegiate Summer Programs 5429 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, VA 23509 or turned into the office. No faxed applications will be accepted. Completed applications and fees are due ONE WEEK PRIOR to the start of each session. REQUIRED FORMS AND IDENTIFICATION In accordance with the Virginia State Law and the Virginia Department of Social Services, Norfolk Collegiate School requires the following information from each registered participant:

• A copy of the student’s Virginia Health Form. (You can obtain a copy from your school. Current Norfolk Collegiate students will already have one on file). • Identification verification through a copy of the participant’s birth certificate, passport, child military ID OR proof of enrollment at a Virginia school (example: copy of a report card). CONFIRMATIONS Your child will not be confirmed in a camp until payment and all of the following documents have been received by the summer programs office: application, Virginia Health Form and identification verification document. Once received, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to each participant, which will include general camp guidelines and any additional information related to their specific camp. REFUNDS AND CANCELLATIONS Refunds must be requested in writing two weeks prior to the start of the requested camp. Twenty percent of the total fee is non-refundable. No refund will be given if a camper is dismissed due to disciplinary action. Norfolk Collegiate Summer Programs reserve the right to cancel any camp due to low enrollment. Fees for cancelled camps will be refunded or may be applied to another camp. PICK-UP AND DROP-OFF PROCEDURES We ask that all campers be escorted by a guardian to their assigned camp room or meeting place. There will be guides available to direct you to your camper’s location on the first day. Pick-up will also take place in the child’s assigned location. Camp doors will open for drop-off five minutes prior to the start of camp.


Any participants who need to arrive earlier will be signed into The Grove. A late fee will be charged for students not picked up on time. THE GROVE (NORFOLK COLLEGIATE’S EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM) The Grove is designed to be your child’s home away from home during their time at Norfolk Collegiate. This is a place for your child to get pumped up in the morning for the day’s activities and to wind down after a full day of fun and excitement. Participants will be greeted by the same group of loving Grove staff on a daily basis. Each camper will be escorted by staff members to their designated camp five minutes before it begins. The Grove also has a separate pre-teen room, so every child will find their niche. Between music and socializing, and games and crafts, the options are endless in The Grove. The hours of The Grove are 7-9 a.m. and 3-6 p.m., and the fee is $55 per week. This fee will not be prorated. A late fee will be charged for students not picked up by 6 p.m. FIELD TRIPS Some camps include field trips in the local area. Transportation for these trips is provided by school buses with certified drivers. Norfolk Collegiate School Summer Program teachers accompany campers on all field trips. Your registration form includes blanket field trip permission; however, you will be notified of specific field trips before they occur. EMERGENCY/MEDICAL INFORMATION Please provide detailed information for your child in the medical and emergency contact section of the application. In order for your child to attend camp, we must have a copy on file of their Virginia Health Form, which includes an immunization record and recent physical. If medication must be given to your child during camp hours (including epi-pens and medication related to asthma), a separate form for medication administration and authorization must be completed by the parent/guardian and child’s physician. Please contact the Summer Program’s Office for this form. All medication must be dropped off in the Summer Program’s Office by the parent/guardian.

LUNCH AND SNACK For full-day camps, lunch is a part of the daily routine and is INCLUDED IN THE COST PER CAMP. Students may bring their own snacks for the morning and afternoon snack time, or they may purchase snacks at our camp store. The camp store will be open in the morning and afternoon. T-SHIRTS Each participant will receive one camp T-shirt with his/her paid registration. Please be sure to include the participant’s shirt size on the application. CLOTHING AND PERSONAL ITEMS All clothing, equipment, electronic devices and other personal items should be labeled with your child’s name. Norfolk Collegiate will not be responsible for any lost items. STAFF Staff members have been carefully selected to ensure that all students have a safe and enriching summer experience. Each program has been created by a qualified coordinator who will lead the day-to-day activities. Additional assistance may be provided by camp counselors and junior counselors.

Norfolk Collegiate School LOWER SCHOOL CAMPUS 5429 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, VA 23509 MIDDLE AND UPPER SCHOOL CAMPUS 7336 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505

www.norfolkcollegiate.org

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Norfolk Collegiate’s Summer under the Oak

WEEK-by-WEEK Academic Advancement

Athletics

Summer Chemistry; *Continues through July 25* Summer Reading Knock-Out; Grades 6-7; 9-11:45 am; $155 Summer Reading Knock-Out; Grades 8-9; 12:15-3 pm; $155

Beach Volleyball, Co-Ed; Grades 8-12; 9 am-noon; $155 Girls Basketball; Grades 4-8; 9 am-noon; $155 Basketball, Co-Ed; K- grade 2; 9 am-noon $155 Softball; Grades 4-6; 1-4 pm; $155 Conditioning, Co-Ed; Session 1; Grades 6-12; 9-11 a.m.; M, W, F; $200

Summer Chemistry; *Continues through July 25* Middle School Journalism; Grades 6-8; 9-noon; $155 Writing the College Essay; Seniors; 1-4 pm; $155

Girls Basketball; K-grade 2; 9 am-noon; $155 Tennis Anyone?; Grades 5-8; 9-11 am; $155 Karate; ages 6-12; 9 am-noon; $255 Yoga; Grades 3-6; 9 am-noon, K-grade 2; 12:30-3:30 pm; $155 Conditioning, Co-Ed; Session 1; Grades 6-12; 9-11 am; M, W, F

Summer Chemistry; *Continues through July 25* Summer Reading Knock-Out; Grades 3-5; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Field Hockey; Grades 3-5; 9 am-noon; $155 Flag Football; Grades 3-7; 9 am-noon; $155 Conditioning, Co-Ed; Session 1; Grades 6-12; 9-11 am; M, W, F

July 7-11

Summer Chemistry; *Continues through July 25* Jump Start First Grade; Grade 1; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Jump Start Second Grade; Grade 2; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Cheerleading; Grades 5-8; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Soccer; K-grade 3; GIRLS; 9 am-noon BOYS; 1-4 pm; $155 Ultimate Sports; Grades 2-6; 9 am-3 pm; $270

July 14-18

Summer Chemistry; *Continues through July 25* Readers Theater; Grade 2-3; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Marine Science Marvels; K-grade 2; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Cheerleading; Grades 9-12; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Field Hockey; Grades 6-8; 9 am-noon; $155 Karate; ages 6-12; 9 am-noon; $255 Mini Soccer; (K-grade 2), 9 am-noon: $175 (rising grades 3-7), 9 am-noon : $175 British Soccer; Grades 3-7; 9 am-3 pm; $250 Conditioning, Co-Ed; Session 2; Grades 6-12; 9-11 am; M, W, F; $200

July 21-25

Summer Chemistry; *Continues through July 25* Jump Start Kindergarten; K; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Hand’s On Math; Grades 4-6; 9 am-3pm; $270

Basketball, Co-Ed; Grades 3-6; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Wrestling; Grades 3-8; 9 am-noon; $155 Brazilian Jiu Jitsu; Grades 3-8; 1-5 pm; $155 Boys Lacrosse; Grades 1-5; 9 am-noon; $155 Conditioning, Co-Ed; Session 2; Grades 6-12; 9-11 am; M, W, F

July 28-Aug. 1

Readers Theater; Grades 4-5; 9 am-3pm; $270 Ooey Gooey Science; Grades 2-4; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Indoor Volleyball, Co-Ed; Grades 8-12; 9 am-noon; $155 Girls Lacrosse; Grades 2-7; 9 am-noon; $155 Conditioning, Co-Ed; Session 2; Grades 6-12; 9-11 am; M, W, F

June 16-20

June 23-27

June 30-July 3


PROGRAM CHART Enrichment

Experiential Learning

Lifelong Learning

Magic Camp; Grades 1-5; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Girls Just Wanna Have Fun; Grades 1-3; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Hurrah Players Theater Camp; Ages 5-18; 9 am-3:30 pm $450 for ages 5-10; $500 for ages 11-18 * This is a two-week camp that runs through June 27. *

Summer Boot Camp Session 1; 9-10 am; T & TH.; $100 *The fee includes the boot camps through July 3. *

Make & Take It Games; K- grade 2; 9 am-3pm; $270 Secret Agent Lab; Grades 1-6; 9 am-noon; $160 Fashion Academy; Grades 8-12; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Hurrah Players Theater Camp; Ages 5-18; 9 am-3:30 pm * This camp begins June 16. *

Harry Potter Down to a Science; Grades 2-5; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Stars & Stripes; Grades 1-4; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Stamp Camp; Grades 3-5; 9 am-noon; $155 Upcycling Art; Grades 3-5;12:30-4 pm; $ 155

Steve Archer presents “Collegiate Rocks!” Session 1; Grades 5-12; 9 am-3 pm; $500 * This is a two-week camp that runs through July 11. *

Summer Boot Camp Session 1; 9-10 am; T & TH; $100; *The fee includes the boot camps through July 3. *

Red Hot Robots; Grades 3-7; 9 am-noon; $175 Museum Detectives; Grades 3-6; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Playful Pottery; Grades 3-5; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Steve Archer presents “Collegiate Rocks” Session 1; 9 am-3 pm *This camp begins June 30.* Gone Fishin; Grades 4-8; 9 am-3 pm; $300

Community Service; Grades 7-12; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Crazy Chemworks; Grades 1-6; 9 am-noon; $160 Pottery, Working the Wheel; Grades 3 & up; 12:30-4 pm; $175 Scrapbooking; Grades 4-6; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Knights and Princesses; K-grades 2; 9 am-3 pm; $270 That Rocks!; K-grade 2; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Steve Archer presents “Collegiate Rocks!” Session 2; Grades 5-12; 9 am-3 pm; $500 * This is a two-week camp that runs through July 25. * Video Game & App Development; Grades 8-12; 9 am-12 pm; $255

Summer Boot Camp Session 2; 9-10 am; T & TH; $100 *The fee includes the boot camps through July 31. *

Visual Anthropology; Grades 6-8; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Fine Arts & Crafts; Grades 3 & up; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Paint & Plant; K-grade 2; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Steve Archer presents “Collegiate Rocks” Session 2; 9 am-3 pm * This camp begins July 14. *

Summer Boot Camp Session 2; 9-10 am; T & TH; $100; *The fee includes the boot camps through July 31. *

Lakewood Explorations; Grades 3-6; 9 am-3 pm; $270

Community Service; Grades 7-12; 9 am-3 pm; $ 270 Summer Boot Camp Session 2; 9-10 am; T & TH; $100; *The fee includes the boot camps through July 31. *

Little Theater; K-grade 3; 9 am-3 pm;$270 Scrapbooking; Grades 1-3; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Under the Sea; K-grade 2; 9 am-3 pm; $270 Chess; Grades 2-8; 12-3 p.m.; $220

Summer Boot Camp Session 1; 9-10 am; T & TH; $100 *The fee includes the boot camps through July 3.* Educator Institute; June 23 & 24; $150


CENTER for

ACADEMIC ADVANCEMENT

Keep your mind sharp this summer by knocking out your summer reading list or polishing up on your writing skills (or perfecting your college essay). Practice math and science, made fun by creative activities and opportunities to explore!


HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY Want to get your high school chemistry done in six weeks? Now is your chance, if you’re looking to free up some space in next semester’s schedule or just get ahead. This is a full year condensed, complete with labs, projects and a final exam. Upon completion of the course, Norfolk Collegiate will issue one (1) academic credit. Coordinator: Dina Eschbach is a current Virginia Beach Public School teacher with 15 years experience teaching high school chemistry. She is a participant in LENS, a collaborative effort between Old Dominion University, William & Mary and Virginia Beach City Public Schools to enhance student comprehension of sciences. She holds a bachelors degree and teaching credentials from Virginia Wesleyan. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 16 - July 25 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Fridays will be dismissed at 12 p.m. Rising 10-11 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $1,500 for 6 weeks

MIDDLE SCHOOL JOURNALISM Join Upper School Journalism teacher and English Department Chair Judy Davis for a chance at “real” journalism. Learn about layout, headlines and everything else that goes into putting a newspaper together. The Upper School’s Oak Leaf is an award-winning publication, and this is an opportunity to get involved early! Coordinator: Judy Davis, CJE, is Norfolk Collegiate School’s English department chair and a certified journalism educator. She has a B.A. in English and political science from Hood College; an M.A. in English with a concentration in linguistics from Old Dominion University; and is a Ph.D. candidate in rhetoric and composition at The Catholic University of America. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 23-27 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 6-8 Meredith Center for the Arts at Norfolk Collegiate $155

JUMP-START KINDERGARTEN This camp is for rising kindergarten students who want to familiarize themselves with a full day school experience. Students will work on reading readiness skills through daily hands-on activities, use manipulatives to explore math concepts, use iPads during centers, learn about zoo animals, make creative animal crafts and visit the Virginia Zoo. Your camper will be well prepared for the first day of school.

Coordinator: Cathy White, Norfolk Collegiate faculty member and alumna, is an experienced elementary school teacher with a concentration in kindergarten education for the last seven years. She has a B.S. in early childhood education from James Madison University. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 21-25 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising Kindergarten Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

JUMP-START FIRST GRADE Jump-Start First Grade is a fresh start to a successful year! Students will practice reading, writing and math skills through a variety of fun, handson learning activities that will help them ease into a new year. Your child will build confidence in a challenging yet fun and caring environment. Coordinator: Catherine Todd Thomson, Norfolk Collegiate first-grade teacher and alumna, is currently enrolled in the Ph.D. literacy leadership program at Old Dominion University. She has a master’s degree in reading from University of Virginia and B.S. in psychology from James Madison University with certification in early childhood education. She’s also a licensed Virginia reading specialist. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 7-11 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 1 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

JUMP-START SECOND GRADE Want to enhance your young scholar’s skills and confidence? Look no further! Under the guidance of a veteran teacher, your rising second grader will: hone in on phonics and word-attack skills; increase reading independence, comprehension and fluency; sharpen math skills in addition, subtraction and word problems; expand Spanish vocabulary; become more proficient in using iMacs and iPads; experience learning outside the classroom on several local field trips…and more. At camp’s end, your child will be poised for greater success in second grade. Coordinator: Lolita Teresa Kraft is a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member with a master’s degree in elementary education and B.S. in elementary education with a minor in health and special education from Old Dominion University. She is a member of the Virginia Reading Association and has attended the Virginia Gifted Association conference the past three years.

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SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 7-11 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 2 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDY SKILLS Topics will include middle school expectations and study skills, like the following: time management, organization, note taking, test-taking strategies, how to effectively read textbooks, improved reading comprehension in novel study, memory techniques and a math skill refresher. Coordinator: Laura Boettcher is experienced in teaching study skills and has been with Norfolk Collegiate since 2010. She has a B.S. in psychology with a concentration in child education and development from Christopher Newport University. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

August 4-8 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Rising 6-8 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $155

HANDS-ON MATH Mrs. Curtis shows students how math is involved in our daily lives by creating fun, hands-on experiences. Participants will take a field trip to the zoo and gather statistics on the animals, research animals that are going extinct, graph the results and give presentations. They also will turn a blueprint of a house into the actual model on the athletic field. Students will learn about the

connection between percents, profits and running a lemonade stand (and will actually make a cardboard lemonade stand to take home). Fractions will come alive through with fun cooking activities. Be a part of this creative camp and see why math is so important! Coordinator: Anne Curtis has been a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member for 37 years. She has a B.A. from the College of William and Mary and a master’s degree from Old Dominion University. She started both the varsity soccer and field hockey programs at Norfolk Collegiate and is currently the Middle School field hockey coach. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 21-25 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 4-6 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

MARINE SCIENCE MARVELS Students will explore all types of marine life and what it means to be a marine biologist! From the tadpoles growing in the Norfolk Collegiate pond to the oysters in the Lafayette River, students will learn about the ecosystems in the waters that they see every day and how their life can affect these special habitats. This camp will culminate with a trip to the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. Coordinator: Diane Wallen is an experienced elementary and pre-school school teacher with a M.S. in language arts from Shenandoah University. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 14-18 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising K-2 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

OOEY GOOEY SCIENCE Let’s get messy with science! Roll up your sleeves and get ready to use some familiar kitchen substances to investigate the mystery of chemistry. The kitchen is full of substances that are just waiting to foam, ooze and erupt! How about making a goop that bounces, snaps and crackles? These experiments are designed to touch,


taste, see and smell - the coolest science ever! Coordinator: Kirby Velasco Lefkowitz is a Norfolk Collegiate alumnus and a second-grade teacher with Virginia Beach Public Schools. She earned a B.S. in psychology and a M.Ed. in elementary education with a concentration in K-6 curriculum and an endorsement in special education from George Mason University. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 28 - August 1 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 2-4 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

READER’S THEATER, SESSION I FOR GRADES 2 AND 3 Come and explore the world of literature in a new and engaging way! This approach, credited with enhancing confidence in performance and in building reading fluency, uses stories that have been adapted into scripts that do not require the memorization of lines. During our time together, we will create spontaneous performances that bring to life stories by using our voices, facial expressions and gestures. In addition, we will create costumes and simple props. Coordinator: Kathy Cobb is an experienced elementary school teacher with a B.A. in Communication Studies from Virginia Wesleyan College and a M.A. in Gifted Education from Norfolk State University. Kathy served as a gifted resource teacher for Virginia Beach Schools and has taught courses for the Old Donation Summer Enrichment Camps. She is also certified to teach special education. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 14-18 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 2-3 (maximum 12 students) Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

READER’S THEATER, SESSION II FOR GRADES 4 AND 5 During this fun session of bringing literature to life, we will be focusing on all things William Shakespeare as we learn some fascinating information about the man himself and the Globe Theater. After an introduction to The Reader’s Theater process, we will work with scripts and perform short plays taken from Shakespeare’s works that we have staged and designed ourselves. Coordinator: Kathy Cobb is an experienced elementary school teacher with a B.A. in Communication Studies from Virginia Wesleyan College and a M.A. in Gifted Education from Norfolk State University. Kathy served as a gifted resource teacher for Virginia Beach Schools and has taught courses for the Old Donation

Summer Enrichment Camps. She is also certified to teach special education. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 28 - August 1 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 4-5 (maximum 12 students) Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

SUMMER READING KNOCK-OUT FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Knock out your summer reading requirement under the guidance of a Norfolk Collegiate employee. Read and discuss your required summer reading and work on your school’s assigned reading project. We will learn comprehension strategies, participate in fun language arts activities and engage in group discussion. Coordinator: Ashley Adamek is currently a substitute teacher at Norfolk Collegiate with five years of teaching experience. She received her B.A. degree in Communication from Florida Atlantic University. Ashley also currently holds a Certificate in Human Resources from Florida Atlantic University and a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from Duke University. In the past, Ashley has taught undergraduate-level public speaking and communication courses, high school English and honors English courses, and she redesigned and led the new-hire training sessions for a major supermarket chain. Ashley also acts as a freelance writer who has experience writing short fiction, public relations materials and press releases, technological translations for consumer websites, standard newspaper articles, and editorials. SESSION: June 30 - July 3 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 3-5 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270

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SUMMER READING KNOCK-OUT FOR GRADES 6-9 Come read and discuss your required summer reading and work on summer reading projects. We will learn and practice comprehension strategies, participate in helpful language arts activities, and engage in group discussion. Our goal will be to complete one summer reading book over the course of the week. Be sure to bring your novel each day. Coordinator: Meg Dalrymple is a Norfolk Collegiate English faculty member with six years of experience in middle school and upper school English/language arts teaching and has a B.A. from Virginia Tech. SESSION: June 16-20 TIME: 9-11:45 a.m.; Rising 6 and 7 12:15-3 p.m.; Rising 8 and 9 GRADE LEVEL: Rising 6 and 7; Rising 8 and 9 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School COST: $155

WRITING THE COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAY Don’t wait until fall to write the essays required by most colleges and universities. By the end of the session you will have several drafts of essays for the most common college application topics. Write and revise under the guidance of Judy Davis, Norfolk Collegiate English department chair, and avoid the first semester anxiety as deadlines loom. Coordinator: Judy Davis, CJE, is Norfolk Collegiate School’s English department chair and a certified journalism educator. She has a B.A. in English and political science from Hood College; an M.A. in English with a concentration in linguistics from Old Dominion University; and is a Ph.D. candidate in rhetoric and composition at The Catholic University of America. SESSION: June 23-27 TIME: 1-4 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 12 (maximum 10 students) LOCATION: Meredith Center for the Arts at Norfolk Collegiate COST: $155


CENTER for

ATHLETICS

Summer is a great time to get outside and run around, try a new sport and brush up on your athletic skills prior to your competitive season. Programs range from personal fitness to team sports like soccer, volleyball, lacrosse and more!

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BASKETBALL, CO-ED Hone your dribbling, passing and shooting skills in a fun-filled competitive atmosphere. From one-on-one to five-on-five, we will play them all! Coordinator: Larry Maddox, a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member, has coached since 1986, including numerous sports at the Middle School on junior varsity and varsity levels. He attended Towson University and received a B.A. from Virginia Wesleyan College. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 21-25 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 3-6 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

CHEERLEADING Cheer camp at Norfolk Collegiate is a fun way to learn the fundamentals of cheer. With a focus on proper technique, kids will have the opportunity to advance their skill from a judge’s perspective. Campers will learn the basics of cheer and chant, motions, jumps, and dances. Kids are sure to receive an experience they will never forget. Coordinator: Cassidy Mulé, whose accolades include being an Old Dominion University cheerleader, a member of Fame All-stars Open Team and more than 12 years of coaching experience with competitive all-star and competitive high school cheer. SESSION I: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 7-11 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 5-8 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

SESSION II: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 14-18 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 9-12 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL This camp will be offered to all girls grades 4-8 interested in improving their basketball skills. The camp will

provide girls the opportunity to learn basic basketball skills such as dribbling, shooting, defensive footwork and offensive strategies. Included in the fun, girls will compete in drills and games centered on the game of basketball. No basketball experience is necessary for this camp, just a willingness to learn and have fun! The head varsity coach, Sarah DeStefano, will run the camp along with current varsity players. Needed: Basketball shoes/running shoes. Hope to see you all there! Coordinator: Sarah DeStefano is the girls’ varsity basketball coach at Norfolk Collegiate and an Upper School history teacher. She earned her B.A. in History from the University of Vermont. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 16-20 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 4-8 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $155

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL SKILLS CAMP This K-2 camp will be an opportunity for young girls interested in learning basic basketball skills. Dribbling, shooting and general game concepts will be taught throughout the week. Along with skill instruction, competitive basketball related games will be played. This camp will provide excellent exposure of the game to youngsters interested in learning more about basketball. No basketball experience necessary for this camp, just a willingness to learn and have fun! The head varsity basketball coach, Sarah DeStefano, will head this weeklong camp along with current varsity players. Needed: Basketball shoes/running shoes. Coordinator: Sarah DeStefano is the girls’ varsity basketball coach at Norfolk Collegiate and an Upper School history teacher. She earned her B.A. in History from the University of Vermont. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 23-27 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising K-2 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $155


CONDITIONING, CO-ED Take your fitness to the next level with this unique style of training that is challenging and fun. Sign up for one or two, three-week training sessions. Each session will meet three days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) for three weeks. Coordinator: Dan Nichols, personal trainer and owner of Dumbbells Personal Fitness Training Center, has extensive personal training experience with both athletes and adults who just want to be in the best shape possible. Dan also serves as Norfolk Collegiate’s strength and conditioning coach. SESSION I: SESSION II: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 16 - July 3 July 14 - August 1 9-11 a.m. M, W, F. Rising 6-12 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School FREE for Norfolk Collegiate students; $200 for all others

FIELD HOCKEY Throughout this week at camp young athletes will learn basic knowledge of the game of field hockey. With drills designed to teach and practice the important skills of dribbling, passing and receiving, game rules, and overall game sense, athletes will be able to play in competitive games with other campers. This camp is designed for young athletes looking for a new sport a try.

Coordinator: Kelly Rae Wright is a 2014 graduate of LaSalle University with a degree in Health Science. She played NCAA Division I field hockey for four years, and has two years coaching experience with both club and school teams. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 30 - July 3 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 3-5 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $155

FIELD HOCKEY CLINIC This clinic is for the more experienced player. You will receive instruction that will strengthen your skills and knowledge of the game. Drills, strategies and game competitions will be the focus of this camp. This is a great season warm up for those playing in the fall. You will leave a better player at the end of the week! Coordinator: Kelly Rae Wright is a 2014 graduate of LaSalle University with a degree in Health Science. She played NCAA division I field hockey for four years, and has two years coaching experience with both club and school teams. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 14-18 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 6-8 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $155

BOYS’ FLAG FOOTBALL Boys will learn the fundamental skills necessary to excel in football. This camp is designed to improve their speed and agility while playing the great game of football! The emphasis will be on having fun while learning to be a part of a team. There is no better way to spend your morning while improving your conditioning at the same time! Coordinators: Jake McDonald is a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member and varsity lacrosse coach. He earned a B.A. in history from Hampden-Sydney College where he was a four-year letterman on the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team, serving as team captain in 2011. From 2004-11, he worked with Geronimo Photograph by Jim Morrison

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Lacrosse in Richmond, and he currently works with 757 Select, a premier youth organization in the area. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 30 - July 3 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 3-7 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $155

BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU This is a beginner course in mixed martial arts, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and self defense. Campers will learn various submission and defensive techniques. Come spend a week getting a great workout while learning a fantastic sport! Coordinators: Mike Hage is varsity wrestling coach at Norfolk Collegiate, former Virginia State Champion and National Prep All-American! Alan Murell is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 21-25 1-5 p.m. Rising 3-8 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $155

KARATE Norfolk Karate Academy’s Martial Arts Summer Camp objectives are to: teach verbal and physical tactics for dealing with intimidation by others (bullying). Apply basic karate and Gracie jiujitsu techniques. Supplement martial arts training with related arts, crafts and games with a focus on Japan. And, of course to have fun! No experience is necessary for either camp. SESSION I: SESSION II: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 23-27 July 14-18 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Ages 6-12 Norfolk Karate Academy (bus departs from Norfolk Collegiate Lower School) $255 per session

GIRLS’ LACROSSE Focus on fundamentals and raising your game. Experienced varsity coaches and players will be present to give you one-on-one attention. We guarantee you will leave a better player! Girls of all ages are welcome and we will accommodate to all skill levels by offering differentiated

instruction and individualized, fun skills and drills to help take your game to the next level! Coordinator: Lindsey Belle, a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member and varsity girls’ lacrosse coach, holds a B.A. from Old Dominion University where she played lacrosse all four years as a defender. During her collegiate career, she was nominated as team captain and received several awards including 16 Second Team All-CAA in 2007 and 2009 and First Team All-CAA Conference Tournament in 2009. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 28 - August 1 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 2-7 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $155

BOYS’ LACROSSE: NEXT LEVEL LACROSSE CAMP The goal of Next Level is to provide a fun atmosphere, where players, regardless of skill level, can work oneon-one with coaches and develop a more complete skill set and understanding of the game. The camp will be directed by two former Hampden-Sydney lacrosse players: Jake McDonald and Carter Mavromatis. Both camp directors have coaching experience ranging from the youth level with programs such as 757 Select to the varsity level with top area programs such as Norfolk Collegiate. The camp staff will be supplemented by local high school players and will have guest appearances by college coaches. We encourage all players in the Hampton Roads area, beginners and all-stars alike, to come have some fun and get to the Next Level of your game. Coordinator: Jake McDonald is a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member and varsity lacrosse coach. He earned a B.A in history from Hampden-Sydney College where he was a four-year letterman on the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team, serving as team captain in 2011. From 2004-2011, he worked with Geronimo Lacrosse in Richmond, and he currently works with 757 Select, a premier youth organization in the area. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 21-25 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 1-5 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $155


SOCCER Come play the world’s most popular sport. Teamwork and fundamentals will be the focus while individual skills will be developed through drills and fun activities! Coordinator: Kai Evans is Norfolk Collegiate’s assistant athletic director and varsity soccer coach. He has a B.S. in psychology from Virginia Tech. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 7-11 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. FOR GIRLS 1-4 p.m. FOR BOYS Rising K-3 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $155

BRITISH SOCCER CAMP WITH CHALLENGER SPORTS Professional British coaches provide high-quality coaching whilst promoting a fun, exciting, inclusive atmosphere to your soccer players. Each day includes individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached scrimmages and a daily World Cup tournament. Equally important, the Challenger coaching staff provides your child with lessons in self-discipline, good sportsmanship and respect for others. Campers will receive a FREE Challenger soccer ball, camp t-shirt, personal evaluation and poster. SESSION I: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST: SESSION II: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 14-18 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 3-7 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $250 July 14-18 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising K-2 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $175

SESSION III: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 14-18 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 3-7 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $175

SOFTBALL Join Norfolk Collegiate’s varsity softball coach and players as you sharpen your skills and improve your game. This camp will start with a focus on the fundamentals of batting, pitching, fielding and more. By the end of the week, campers will be facing off in fun scrimmages! Coordinator: Alan Stell is Norfolk Collegiate’s varsity softball coach and science department chair. SESSION: June 16-20 TIME: 1-4 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 4-6 LOCATION: TBA COST: $155 TENNIS, ANYONE? Tennis Camp is geared toward girls and boys in grades 5-8 who aspire to play on the school tennis team and/or want to fine tune their basic tennis skills. We will work on all of those basic skills: forehands, backhands, volleys and serves with drills and fun games. All participants should bring their own racket (if possible). Extra rackets will be provided. They should also wear tennis shoes and bring their own water. Coordinator: Debbie Meadows, a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member and varsity tennis coach, has led her team to the girls’ state tournament three years running. She has a B.S. in health and physical education from Radford University. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 23-27 9 - 11 a.m. Rising 5-8 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $155

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ULTIMATE SPORTS WEEK A camp with the ultimate athlete in mind! Each day, campers will focus on a different sport, both indoors and out. They will learn the basic rules and fundamental skills involved for each sport. The importance of good sportsmanship will be stressed as campers participate in friendly competitions throughout the week. Participants will be grouped by age. Coordinator: Larry Maddox, a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member, has coached since 1986, including numerous sports at the Middle School on junior varsity and varsity levels. He attended Towson University and received a B.A. from Virginia Wesleyan College. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 7-11 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Rising 2-6 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $270

INDOOR VOLLEYBALL, CO-ED Coordinator: Diego Fama is an assistant volleyball coach at Norfolk Collegiate and has coached for five years with Virginia Beach Recreation and City leagues where his teams won nine out of 10 championships. Fama also coached and captained a men’s USVBA club team, has assistant coached Beach Elite 15U Girls Volleyball team and is a certified personal trainer for the Virginia Beach Fire Department. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 28 - August 1 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 8-12 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $155

BEACH VOLLEYBALL, CO-ED Coordinator: Diego Fama is an assistant volleyball coach at Norfolk Collegiate and has coached for five years with Virginia Beach Recreation and City leagues where his teams won 9 out of 10 championships. Fama also coached and captained a men’s USVBA club team, has assistant coach Beach Elite 15U Girls Volleyball team and is a certified personal trainer for the Virginia Beach Fire Department. Players from area boys’ state championship team will assist instructors. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 16-20 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 8-12 Bay Lake Beach at Chick’s Beach in Virginia Beach (off Shore Drive: Windy Road and Sandy Bay Drive) $155

YOGA POPS SUMMER CAMP In this fun-filled camp, yogis will learn and practice the physical postures of yoga while listening to their favorite pop music. Yoga Freeze Dance, Musical Mats and other fun yoga games will be used to reinforce proper understanding and alignment of the poses. Choreographing yoga story routines and interacting with partner postures are other


creative ways our yogis will be physically fit in a noncompetitive environment. Students will also have a chance to practice “good-kids-karma” yoga by spending time on a chosen community service project. Cool crafts such as mala bead bracelets, herbal eye pillows and Young Yogis Yoga chillax spray will be made for yogis to create their own Zen space at home! Be sure to pack a filled water bottle along with a nourishing snack for outdoor free time as well! Coordinator: Rita Woods, founding yogi and managing director of Young Yogis Yoga, LLC, firmly believes that you cannot teach what you do not practice. Her yoga practice has been an active part of her life for over 20 years. As an e-RYT 200, she provides continuing education credits and advanced training in yoga to other certified teachers. Additionally, she was one of the first yoga teachers in the State of Virginia to have been recognized by Yoga Alliance with the designation of being an experienced (e) children’s specialty yoga teacher. SESSION I: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

June 23-27 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. 3-6 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $155

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June 23-27 12:30-3:30 p.m. K-2 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $155

WRESTLING Focus on fundamentals and raising your game. Experienced varsity coaches and players will be present to give you one-on-one attention. We guarantee you will leave a better wrestler! Coordinator: Mike Hage is varsity wrestling coach at Norfolk Collegiate, former Virginia State Champion and National Prep All-American! SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 21-25 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 3-8 Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $155

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CENTER for

ENRICHMENT

Arts and sciences take the spotlight in this center, with creativity at every turn! With projects ranging from museum detectives and pottery to exploring the local habitat and getting your hands dirty in the name of chemistry, this center offers an opportunity to learn through creation.


CHESS This camp is designed for beginners as well as those looking to further improve upon their skills as a chess player. The goal of this camp is to develop students to think clearly and logically about solving problems they face on the chess board. Each player will receive a chess set and certificate upon completion. Coordinator: James Schuyler is a National Chess Master with the United States Chess Federation and was the Virginia State Chess Champion in 2011 and 2012, and a national high school chess champion. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 28 - August 1 12 - 3 p.m. Rising 2-8 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $220

CRAZY CHEMWORKS Shake up a flask of fun in the lab as a junior chemist! These five half-days of chemistry are packed solid with cool reactions. Campers put on some goggles and change liquid to solid and back again. They get to handle laboratory tools, build and break molecules, and pick up some tricks on chemical changes. Every day campers will bring home fun projects including Professor Beakerdude, Thermocolor Cup and Mad Science Slime! Coordinator: Mad Science of Hampton Roads SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 14-18 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 1-6 Norfolk Collegiate Lower School $160

FASHION CAMP This weeklong camp gives fashionlovers the opportunity to explore activities in fashion merchandising within the areas of retailing, trend forecasting, fashion marketing, the history of fashion, psychology of dress and various careers within the industry. Activities will include hands-on projects, group collaboration, guest speakers, design projects and trend forecasting. Coordinator: Cassidy Mulé is the Advanced Fashion Marketing teacher and DECA adviser at Tallwood High School. Her accolades include being an Old Dominion University cheerleader, a member of Fame All-stars Open Team and more than 12 years of coaching experience with competitive all-star and competitive high school cheer. SESSION: June 23-27 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 9-12 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270 FINE ARTS AND CRAFTS Campers will explore a different fine-art medium each day. They will complete projects using materials such as graphite, acrylic paint, water colors, oil pastels and printmaking. In addition, campers will complete a “make and take” craft each day. Coordinator: Catherine H. Wright is an art teacher at Norfolk Collegiate and holds a B.A. with a concentration in Studio Art from Old Dominion University. She is an active member of the Ceramic Designers Association. SESSION: July 21-25 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 3-12 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School COST: $270

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HARRY POTTER DOWN TO A SCIENCE During this weeklong Harry Potter camp, students will explore the wonderful world of Harry Potter. The week will begin with a formal sorting into houses and shopping in Diagon Alley for the supplies they will use throughout the week. Students will compete throughout the week to earn points for their house. Students will also attend Hogwarts classes such as Divination, Potions, Charms, Herbology and Transfiguration. Throughout these classes, students will learn a combination of magical and muggle lessons required for every Harry Potter fan! Coordinators: Professor Pomfrey, Professor Trelawney and Professor Sprout. SESSION: June 30 - July 3 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 2-5 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270 KNIGHTS AND PRINCESSES What a fun week this will be! Throughout the week, the children will become knights and princesses. Each day, we will crown a king and a queen for the day. We will make swords and shields, crowns, and we will even make our very own edible castle. Coordinator: Shelby Vanak is a Norfolk Collegiate staff member, and experienced camp administrator and counselor. SESSION: July 14-18 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising K-2 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270 LITTLE THEATER Something for the young actor in the family! Students will be introduced to the principles and practices of theater. They will spend the week preparing for their

own original production to be given on the last day of camp to family and friends. Students will be involved with set design, costumes, writing their lines for their character and song choices for the play, as well as rehearsing their roles for the big production! Coordinator: Diane Wallen is an experienced elementary and kindergarten teacher with a B.S. in Elementary Education from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. She has taught in public, private and church schools in the Tidewater area for 27 years. Her enthusiasm for teaching and her love of children will provide an excellent camp experience for your child! SESSION: July 28 - August 1 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: K-3 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270 MAGIC CAMP Your child can be a magician! Magic is a wonderful hobby that can build self-esteem as children have fun learning to perform great illusions. Each child receives individual attention and learns at his or her own pace. On Friday, there is a big show where all the children perform magic they’ve learned at camp. Bring family, friends and a camera to record your child’s magic performance for a live audience! No prior magic experience needed. Coordinator: Rob Wescott is an award-winning comedy magician and family entertainer who has performed thousands of shows for schools, libraries, birthday parties, banquets and festivals. SESSION: June 16-20 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 1-5 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270, includes a wand, a case filled with tricks and a diploma


MAKE & TAKE IT GAMES What better way is there to learn and to keep skills fresh than by having FUN?! That’s what Make & Take It Games is all about! We’ll be making game boards and other game pieces to use all summer long. Each camper will get cards and rules to suit his/her level of skill. By the end of the week, they will be armed with games to practice math, reading and spelling the whole summer! Coordinator: Catherine Todd Thomson, Norfolk Collegiate first grade teacher and alumna, is currently enrolled in the Ph.D. literacy leadership program at Old Dominion University. She has a master’s degree in reading from University of Virginia and B.S. in psychology from James Madison University with certification in early childhood education. She’s also a licensed Virginia reading specialist.

SESSION: July 7-11 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 3-6 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270

SESSION: June 23-27 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: K-2 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270

SESSION: July 21-25 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising K-2 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270

MUSEUM DETECTIVES We will explore a museum everyday in this camp, but with a twist. Each trip to the museum will become our own scavenger hunt with mysteries to solve too. Are you up for the challenge? Coordinator: Paige Solomon is chair of the social studies department at Norfolk Collegiate. She has 16 years of teaching experience, a B.A. in anthropology from University of Florida, Virginia licensure in social studies for grades 6-12 and is completing her M.A. in history at Old Dominion University.

POTTERY - PLAYFUL POTTERY Exploring the possibilities in clay! Campers will work mainly with hand building and will experiment with textures and other surface applications. We will also introduce the potter’s wheel and campers will learn beginning techniques. All pieces will be fired and glazed. (Some pieces will need to be picked up after camp has ended.) Coordinator: Catherine H. Wright is an art teacher at Norfolk Collegiate and holds a B.A. with a concentration in Studio Art from Old Dominion University. She is an active member of the Ceramic Designers Association.

PAINT AND PLANT For the lover of art and nature alike, this camp will merge the two together. Students will decorate flower pots, plant flowers and herbs, create sun catchers, dabble in rock painting and even grow our own name. This camp will have plenty of take-homes throughout the week! Coordinator: Shelby Vanak is a Norfolk Collegiate staff member, and experienced camp administrator and counselor.

SESSION: July 7-11 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL:Rising 3-5 (maximum of 12 students) LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School COST: $270 POTTERY - WORKING THE WHEEL Campers will work mainly on the potter’s wheel. Beginner and intermediate techniques will be introduced, as well as some hand-building. All projects will be fired and glazed. (Some pieces may need to be picked up after camp has ended.)

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Coordinator: Catherine H. Wright is an art teacher at Norfolk Collegiate and holds a B.A. with a concentration in Studio Art from Old Dominion University. She is an active member of the Ceramic Designers Association. SESSION: July 14-18 TIME: 12:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 4-12 (maximum of 12 students) LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School COST: $200 RED HOT ROBOTS Build your own programmable robot! Join us for a week of fun with amazing robots! In this week of camp, learn about the uses of robots in our world and spend time experimenting with super cool red hot robots. Experiment with sound sensing robots, line-tracking robots, amphibious robots and robots that can even play soccer! Discover the science of circuits and how robots use sensors to explore things around them. Use your skills to build your very own working robot to take home with you! Coordinator: Mad Science of Hampton Roads SESSION: July 7-11 TIME: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 3-7 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $175 SCRAPBOOKING A scrapbook helps us remember special occasions in our lives. Students will be given the opportunity to put their favorite memories into a special book, enhanced by their own descriptive and creative writing. They will use bursts of color, stickers and other types of visual enhancements that make their pages all their own. For those working on their Virginia scrapbook, this is a great way to get some pages completed! Coordinator: Christina Martinez is a second-grade teacher with Virginia Beach Public Schools. She has a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction: Reading from Grand Canyon University and a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from The University of Illinois at Chicago.

SESSION I: July 14-18 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 4-6 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270 SESSION II: July 28 - August 1 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 1-3 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270 SECRET AGENT LAB Focus on the science of forensics in this hands-on look at crime scenes. Identify and collect evidence, from fingerprints to tracks to trash! Recreate the scene of a crime using clues and detailed observations. Become a super sleuth and learn clever ways of performing tasks in the hands-on view of the science that spies use. From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, campers will have the opportunity to check out spy equipment and discover the technological tools of detection. Every day campers will bring home fun projects including the fingerprint finder, secret code breaker and spyglasses! Coordinator: Mad Science of Hampton Roads SESSION: June 23-27 TIME: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 1-6 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $160 STARS & STRIPES Music, Music, Music! Sousa marches, fiddle tunes, great American classical music, and American-themed songs. Join in the celebration of American music, including crafts, musical games and storytelling as we spend the week learning and enjoying our nation’s music. Fiddling demonstration by instructor Joanna Binford with ample opportunity for campers to bring their own instruments and share songs. Activities are age appropriate and designed to teach children to enjoy music in many


different ways. This is a very “hands-on” camp where children will do wonderful activities each day! Coordinator: Joanna Binford, Norfolk Collegiate’s strings instructor, holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in music from the University of Kentucky. She previously taught at Transylvania University, The Centenary School of Music and the Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts. An award-winning teacher, Binford was named the outstanding educator in her district, among other awards. Some of her achievements include studying with violist Paul Neubauer of The Juilliard School, as well as teaching at various Suzuki institutes and workshops and the Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra. Outside of school, Binford plays in the Endless Road Strings, a quartet that specializes in alternativestyle string arrangements.

THAT ROCKS! This weeklong camp is jam-packed with geological experiments and investigations. There will be fossil digs, treasure hunts and even time for students to build their own volcano! They will learn how rocks are formed and how rocks and fossils tell an important story in the history of our world. So strap on your boots and get ready to get dirty. Coordinator: Kirby Velasco Lefkowitz is a Norfolk Collegiate alumnus and a second grade teacher with Virginia Beach Public Schools. She earned a B.S. in psychology and a M.Ed. in elementary education with a concentration in K-6 curriculum and an endorsement in special education from George Mason University. SESSION: July 14-18 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising K-2 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270

SESSION: June 30 - July 3 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 1-4 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270 SUMMER STAMP CAMP Come spend the week learning the basics of stamping and paper crafting. Summer-themed crafts will include cards, journals, albums, and more! We will also get crafty for a good cause with a service project. Coordinator: Emily Lindale is a Norfolk Collegiate alumna and first-grade teacher. She holds a B.S. in psychology from the University of Mary Washington and an M.S.Ed. in early childhood education from Old Dominion University

UNDER THE SEA During this camp we will explore what goes on under the sea. We will learn about the creatures of the ocean and we will make our own crabs, turtles, snow globes and so much more. Your child will bring home lots of crafts this week. We will even take a trip to the Virginia Aquarium. Coordinator: Shelby Vanak is a Norfolk Collegiate staff member, and experienced camp administrator and counselor.

SESSION: June 30 - July 3 TIME: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 3-5 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $155

SESSION: July 28 - August 1 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising K-2 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270

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UPCYCLING ARTS AND CRAFTS One person’s trash is another’s treasure! Enjoy a week of art and craft projects using recycled materials. Campers will create fine art, wall art, wearable art and jewelry. Coordinator: Catherine H. Wright is an art teacher at Norfolk Collegiate and holds a B.A. with a concentration in Studio Art from Old Dominion University. She is an active member of the Ceramic Designers Association. SESSION: June 30 - July 3 TIME: 12:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 3-5 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Upper School COST: $155 VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY Would you like to explore making short movies with a meaning or statement? We will investigate how visual images can add to the study of human societies. We’ll spend a little time learning the basics – what anthropology is, some examples of important documentary work, the technical side (some basic apps for movie making) – and throw around some ideas for inspiration. Then we’ll be off to the races – a few short field trips “on location,” some genuine production work, and a red carpet screening on our final day. Students are encouraged to bring their own iPads. If a personal iPad is not available, one may be borrowed while participants are on campus. Coordinator: Paige Solomon is chair of the social studies department at Norfolk Collegiate. She has 16 years of teaching experience, a B.A. in anthropology from University of Florida, Virginia licensure in social studies for grades 6-12 and is completing her M.A. in history at Old Dominion University. SESSION: July 21-25 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 6-8 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School COST: $270

GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN! Just what a girl wants: crafts, spa day, jewelry, fashion and even a special lunch. This camp is all about doing those “girlish” things while reinforcing how powerful girls can be. We will even brush up on our etiquette and manners as we prepare for our lunch date! Coordinator: Ashley Adamek is currently a substitute teacher at Norfolk Collegiate with five years of teaching experience. She received her bachelor of arts in communication from Florida Atlantic University. Ashley holds a Certificate in Human Resources from Florida Atlantic University and a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from Duke University. She also has taught undergraduate-level public speaking and communication courses, high school English and honors English courses, and she redesigned and led the new hire training sessions for a major supermarket chain. Ashley also acts as a freelance writer who has experience writing short fiction, public relations materials and press releases, technological translations for consumer websites, standard newspaper articles and editorials. SESSION: June 16-20 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 1-3 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270


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CENTER for

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

This is your opportunity to explore your future! Try something you you’ve always wanted to do… step up to the microphone in a rock band, design a video game or app. Reel in the catch of the day or take to the stage with the Hurrah Players!


NORFOLK COLLEGIATE PRESENTS THE HURRAH PLAYERS SUMMER THEATER CAMP This is an opportunity for young people to learn all about theatre with hands on activities and workshop style instruction. Previous experience is NOT required...a desire to have FUN is! In the mornings, campers will participate in classes in musical theatre, acting, Broadway dance, jazz, tap and vocal training. In the afternoons, campers will be able to experience the three P’s of theatre… Producing, Promoting and Performing! Campers will learn about sets, props, costumes and make-up as well as market and perform their own one-act play! The final day of camp is performance day! Following a lunchtime pizza party, campers will showcase all their hard work and talents for their families and friends. Each camper will receive a Hurrah Players Camp T-shirt, FREE ticket to a Hurrah production: The Magic and Music of Michael (July 25-27) or Disney’s The Jungle Book (August 22-24), certificate of achievement and field trip to the Outer Banks of North Carolina on Friday, June 20 (9 a.m. – approx. 12:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 21). NOTE: For those not attending the field trip, there is no camp that day. Campers 11 and up are automatically included in this field trip. Campers age 10 and younger have the option to participate in this field trip with an adult parent/guardian for $100 additional. The field trip includes a full day of activity in the Outer Banks and performance ticket to the outdoor drama The Lost Colony. Campers also will receive a backstage tour and can participate in a question and answer session with the performers. SESSION: TIME: AGES: LOCATION: COST:

July 16-27 (This session is two weeks long) 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 5-18 Meredith Center for the Arts at Norfolk Collegiate $500 for ages 11 and up $450 ages 5-10

GONE FISHIN’ Create your own fish story! You will travel to area fishing “holes” and hopefully reel in the big one! You will learn how to bait a hook, cast and fish with a bobber. Campers will visit a different fishing location everyday to test the waters with their fishing skills. Campers will need their own fishing pole and small tackle box along with lunch, a bathing suit and sunscreen. Coordinator: Angler Bill Pidgeon has been fishing since he was about six years old. His biggest fish so far is a 434-pound Dusky Shark. Pidgeon and his son, Jonathan, began offering this camp about seven years ago with only four students. It has grown each year, and many students have participated more than one time! Pidgeon and his family, including his brother and daughters, have taught more than 100 students through this camp over the years. Fishing is a great way to relax, spend time with friends and family, and often have a great meal that night from your catch. SESSION: July 7-11 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 4-8 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $300 LAKEWOOD EXPLORATIONS Do you have time to explore nature or walk “in the woods”? We will take daily walking field trips through Lakewood Park to identify tree species, investigate the marsh ecosystem and explore the neighboring habitats of Norfolk Collegiate. Coordinator: Betty Baucom is an experienced educator and member of the Norfolk Tree Commission. She has a master’s of science in early childhood education from Old Dominion University and is a licensed math specialist.


SESSION: July 28-August 1 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 3-6 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270 STEVE ARCHER PRESENTS “COLLEGIATE ROCKS!” Are you ready to see if you have what it takes to be a star? This exciting new camp offers the opportunity to find the performer inside of you and the chance to be in a real band! Campers will get to try their skills and receive instruction in such areas as guitar, keyboards, bass, drums and vocals. Students are encouraged to bring any instruments they already own plus any CD’s, iPods or downloaded music. We will have many instruments on hand for those that do not have their own. Previous musical experience is highly recommended for those interested in playing an instrument. Vocalists need no previous experience, just a great attitude and a willingness to do what it takes to be part of a great band. Campers will be instructed in songwriting and arranging, ensemble playing and showmanship by one of the most popular and experienced music performance instructors and staff in Hampton Roads. Each session will end with an exciting concert for family, friends and fellow campers and is open to the public. An optional recreation period will be a part of this camp and a field trip is also included. Don’t miss this golden opportunity to be a part of something awesome and incredibly FUN this summer! Coordinator: Professional Musician / Music Instructor Steve Archer has been a fixture on the Hampton Roads music scene for over 30 years and has performed and recorded with some of the area’s most popular bands including The States, Wild Kingdom, Butter, The Blue Lords and Sea Of Souls. He has performed in such

notable venues as The Norva Theater, The Hampton Coliseum, The Scope Arena and The Virginia Beach Amphitheater and has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in Rock such as The Doobie Brothers, ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, 38 Special and Peter Frampton among others. He has been instrumental in developing the musical careers of many young artists in the area and brings a wealth of expertise and experience along with great energy and passion in working with young people over the years. SESSIONS: Each session is two weeks long SESSION I: June 30 - July 3 AND July 7-11 SESSION II: July 14-18 AND July 21-25 TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 5-12 COST: $500 per session VIDEO GAME AND APP DEVELOPMENT WITH UNITY Is your game idea the next indie blockbuster? Will your design be the next top selling app for iPhone? Spend a week this summer designing and developing your very own video game or mobile app with the Unity 3D development tool. Unity is the most popular tool for professional, independent game developers. Using the free version of this software, which you may also download and use at home, bring your ideas to (virtual) life! Under the supervision of Jeremy Alessi, independent developer and gaming entrepreneur, participants will spend the week exploring the processes, tasks, and roles involved in game and app design while building their own projects. Coordinator: Jeremy Alessi has been developing games for nearly 20 years. He has delivered projects for publishers, as an indie, and for large multientity training scenarios in the serious space. Jeremy has written and spoken extensively about games as a freelance writer, a published book author, and a presenter at various events around the world. SESSION: TIME: GRADE LEVEL: LOCATION: COST:

July 14-18 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Rising 8-12 Meredith Center for the Arts $255

Photograph courtesy of Steve Archer.

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CENTER for

LIFELONG LEARNING

With the Center for Lifelong Learning, adults are invited to dedicate some time to physical fitness while their kids are at camp. Teens can experience the joy of volunteering, hopefully starting a lifelong tradition. Teachers can come and earn professional development points by attending the Educator Institute.


COMMUNITY SERVICE CAMP This camp is designed to give each student an opportunity to earn volunteer hours whether it is for school or just for the enjoyment of helping others. Under the leadership of Anne Curtis and Cathy White, the students will volunteer their time with a different organization each day. Not only are Anne and Cathy faculty members at Norfolk Collegiate School but they are sisters, too. Please join them in making a difference in our community. Coordinators: Anne Curtis has been a Norfolk Collegiate faculty member for 37 years. She has a B.A. from the College of William and Mary and a master’s degree from Old Dominion University. She started both the varsity soccer and field hockey programs at Norfolk Collegiate and is currently the Middle School field hockey coach. Cathy White, Norfolk Collegiate faculty member and alumna, is an experienced elementary school teacher with a concentration in kindergarten education for the last seven years. She has a B.S. in early childhood education from James Madison University. SESSION I: July 7-11 (maximum 24 students) SESSION II: July 28 - August 1 (maximum 24 students) TIME: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. GRADE LEVEL: Rising 6-12 LOCATION: Norfolk Collegiate Lower School COST: $270

SUMMER BOOT CAMP Work out while your kids are at camp, or just take some time out for yourself! Take your fitness to the next level with this unique style of training that is challenging and fun. Sign up for one or two, three-week training sessions each session will meet twice a week (Tuesday and Thursday) for three weeks. Coordinator: Dan Nichols, personal trainer and owner of Dumbbells Personal Fitness Training Center, has extensive personal training experience with both athletes and adults who just want to be in the best shape possible. Dan also serves as Norfolk Collegiate’s strength and conditioning coach. SESSION I: SESSION II: TIME: AGES: LOCATION: COST:

June 17 - July3 (Tuesdays and Thursdays) July 15- July 31 (Tuesdays and Thursdays) 9-10 a.m. 18 and up Norfolk Collegiate Middle and Upper School $100

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THE

HEART AND SOUL OF EDUCATION

Norfolk Collegiate School Educator Institute This annual, uniquely innovative program departs from popular approaches to professional development that traditionally focus on pedagogical technique, curriculum development and child development theory. Instead, experiential and highly interactive discussion and activities will take a holistic approach that focus on the educator as an individual to enhance personal self-awareness, quality of life and job satisfaction.


All levels of professional educators (teachers, school counselors, paraprofessionals and administrators) from all backgrounds and pre-service educators can benefit from The Heart and Soul of Education Program. Participants will be eligible to receive up to 15 professional development points. Director: Jan Weintraub, Norfolk Collegiate faculty member and Lower School guidance counselor, earned her M.Ed. in school counseling and a B.S. in women’s studies with a minor in human services counseling from Old Dominion University. She has 13 years of experience as a school counselor in a variety of private and public settings and levels. Session Dates and Schedule Monday, June 23 and Tuesday, June 24 All sessions will be facilitated by Jan Weintraub and a variety of guest presenters.

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Monday, June 23: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • • • • • • •

Purpose and Vision Personal Temperament Current Challenges in the Field of Education Compassion Fatigue Self Care and Creating Sanctuary at Work Flexibility and Coping with Change Building a Collegial Community

Tuesday, June 24: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. • • • • •

Resilience The Many Aspects of Creativity Keys to Happiness Gratitude Practicing Mindfulness and Yoga

COST: $150 per participant. Registration fee covers all program activities and supplies, including a program notebook, journal, and special giveaways. Continental breakfasts, lunches and snacks are also covered in the cost.

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2014 SUMMER PROGRAMS: SUMMER UNDER the OAK REGISTRATION FORM

Please complete all requested information on the registration form. If your child does not attend Norfolk Collegiate, your registration form must include your child’s most recent Virginia Health Form (which includes a physical and immunization record) and proof of identity (a copy of a birth certificate, passport or Virginia public school report card), along with full payment, in order to be considered complete. Completed applications and forms may be mailed to Norfolk Collegiate School, 5429 Tidewater Drive, Norfolk, VA 23509 Attention: Summer Programs Office. PARTICIPANT INFORMATION 1. Last Name ______________________________

First Name ______________________________

Age __________

Birth Date (MM/DD/YY)______/______/______

Grade Entering 2014-15 _____

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Current School __________________________________________

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First Name ______________________________

Age __________

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Address ______________________________________________________________________________

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PARENT/GUARDIAN INFORMATION Mother’s Name ________________________________________ Email Address ___________________________________________ Father’s Name _________________________________________ Email Address ___________________________________________ Mailing Address (if different from campers)__________________________________________________________________________ City ___________________________________________

State ___________

ZIP Code ______________

METHOD OF PAYMENT (due in full upon registration): Cash___ Check___

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Exp. Date________________

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HEALTH AND EMERGENCY INFORMATION Participant(s) Name _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mother’s Name/Guardian ____________________________________ Phone Numbers:

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work ______________________

home ______________________

Father’s Name/Guardian _____________________________________ Phone Numbers:

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Persons other than parent/guardian to be contacted in an emergency. Please complete ALL requested information. 1. Name________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Phone Numbers:

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Address ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

City ___________________________________________

State ___________

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work ______________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________

City ___________________________________________

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Persons Authorized to pick up your child: ___________________________________________________________________________________ Persons NOT Authorized to pick up your child: (If a parent is not authorized, legal documents must accompany the registration form.) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Allergies: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Medicine(s) to be taken during camp (must provide medical authorization form with instructions and signed authorization by the parent and physician – form is available on the summer programs website.) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please provide any additional information Norfolk Collegiate School should have regarding the health and safety of your child. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


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PARENTAL/GUARDIAN CONSENT •

I give my consent for my child to participate in Norfolk Collegiate School’s Summer Programs.

I certify that my child is physically fit to take part in all activities. I will not hold Norfolk Collegiate School responsible in case of accident or injury as a result of participation.

I authorize any medical treatment, including emergency medical care, which may be necessary while my child is participating in the program.

I give my consent for my child and/or a Norfolk Collegiate staff member to apply sunscreen while under the care and supervision of Norfolk Collegiate Summer Programs.

I give my consent for my child to participate in any field trips related to his/her program and to ride in Norfolk Collegiate authorized vehicles.

I give my consent for photographs, videos and works created by my child to be used in school publications, online and website publishing, and for outside print related to the marketing of Norfolk Collegiate Summer Programs.

I give my consent for my child to participate in any swimming activities related to his/her program. Yes__ No__

Swimming Level: Non-Swimmer__ Beginner__ Intermediate__ Advanced__

AGREEMENTS 1. The Summer Programs Office agrees to notify the parent(s)/guardian(s) whenever the child becomes ill, and the parent(s)/ guardian(s) will arrange to have the child picked up as soon as possible if so requested by the center. 2. The parent(s)/guardian(s) agree to authorize the camp programs office to obtain medical care if any emergency occurs when the parent(s)/guardian(s) cannot be located immediately. 3. The parent(s)/guardian(s) agree to inform the program within 24 hours or the next business day after his/her child or any member of the immediate household has developed a reportable communicable disease, as defined by the State Board of Health, except for the life-threatening diseases which must be reported immediately. _________________________________________ _______________________________ Parent(s) or Guardian(s) Date

_________________________________________ _______________________________ Administrator of Center Date

Date Child Entered Care: ___________________

Date Child Left Care: ___________________

Norfolk Collegiate School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.


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Program Total *Lunch is included in the price for all full-day camps. The Grove: ____# weeks x $55 per week per child = $______ The Grove: Extended Day Program 7-9 a.m. and/or 3-6 p.m. Program Total (from above) = $______ AM and PM: _____ TOTAL = $_____________ AM ONLY: _____

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Program Total *Lunch is included in the price for all full-day camps. The Grove: ____# weeks x $55 per week per child = $______ The Grove: Extended Day Program 7-9 a.m. and/or 3-6 p.m. Program Total (from above) = $______ AM and PM: _____ TOTAL = $_____________ AM ONLY: _____

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Personalized, not standardized We challenge students to discover and pursue their own passions. That’s one reason our graduates succeed in school and in life. Every child seeks a unique path; let us help guide your child on a life course that is fulfilling and inspiring.

To learn how, call 757.480.1495 or visit NorfolkCollegiate.org.

Engaging Students. Inspiring Success.


NONPROFIT ORG U.S. POSTAGE PAID NORFOLK,VA PERMIT NO. 3256

SUMMER PROGRAMS 5429 Tidewater Drive Norfolk, VA 23509 p: 757.626.1820 f: 757.623.9246 NorfolkCollegiate.org

ABOUT NORFOLK COLLEGIATE SCHOOL Norfolk Collegiate School is an independent, coeducational college preparatory day school for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Our school’s mission is to educate a diverse body of students to thrive in college and beyond through traditional and innovative teaching within a warm and caring community. Call us today at 757.480.1495 to find out how your child can experience an enthusiasm for learning all year long.


2014 Summer under the Oak Guide