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CAMP PRISM Summer 2019


SUMMER 2019 We are looking forward to our 9th year of Prism day camps. We have a great summer lined up with camps for students who have finished Kindergarten through those going into 5th grade in 2019.


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June 3-7

Olympics of NW Arkansas

July 1-5

Camp Arkansas

June 10-14

On the Farm

July 8-12

Basketball or Art Camp

June 17-21

Adventure Camp

July 15-19

Next Great Baker

June 24-28

Inventor’s Camp

July 22-26*

Director’s Guild

July 29-August 2: Intersession There are 2 Director’s Guild Camps: a K-5 camp and a 6th-12th grade camp. 4


Drop Off, Pick-Up, and Extended Care




Students can be dropped off as early as 7:30 AM. Breakfast is served between 7:30 AM and 8:00 AM. Camp programming begins at 8:00 AM.

Camps end at 3:00 PM. All students who are not enrolled in aftercare should be picked up by 3:15 PM.

Students can remain at Prism from 3:00-5:30 PM for extended care for an additional $50/week. There are no scholarships or tuition discounts for extended care.


Camp Catalog Olympics of Northwest Arkansas, June 3-7 Students will compete in competitions each day including bowling, putt-putt, badminton, kickball and so much more. The program culminates with a team decathlon. This camp will be fun for sports enthusiasts and non-sports fans alike!



On the Farm, June 10-14 Campers will spend most of this week full of field trips and hands-on-activities learning about life on the farm.



Adventure Camp, June 17-21 Students will experience all-things adventure: from a climbing wall, to boating, to fishing as well as meet and greet some well-known Arkansan adventurers.



Inventor’s Camp, June 24-28 Inventor’s Camp allows students’ creative and critical thinking skills come to life as they become an inventor for a week. Campers will design and build their own inventions using common household items, technology, and a strong imagination. Students will also be presented with opportunities to problem solve their way through obstacles that may arise inside of the inventing process.



Camp Arkansas, July 1-5 Students will experience all-things Arkansas as they learn about the history and culture of Arkansas with special emphasis on Arkansas–as well as the great outdoors experiences. We will be closed on July 4 for Independence day.




Camp Catalog Art Camp, July 8-12 Campers will spend the week interacting with a variety of arts and media formats. Campers will choose from multiple media types including photography, digital arts, ceramics, cartooning, painting, and more. Campers will also have an opportunity to interact with professional artists. The camp will culminate in an Arts Show where students can display their work for parents and friends.



Basketball Camp, July 8-12 This non-stop movement skills camp is designed to improve K-6 campers mastery of the basics of basketball. This isn’t a camp for elite athletes—just those who want to improve! This camp runs from 8:00-12:00. Students will be taken to Prism’s main campus from 12:00-3:00. Lunch provided for all campers.



Next Great Baker Campers will learn the trade secrets of great chefs from around Northwest Arkansas. Each morning, campers will learn new culinary techniques, and will apply them in a bake-off each afternoon. Parents are welcome taste-test each afternoon. Join us for an end-of-week reception prepared by campers!


Camp Catalog Directors Guild The Director’s Guild program combines the theory and practice of filmmaking as it equips young artists with the tools to produce their own short films. Creativity and the director's thought process are emphasized, as campers explore writing, acting, storyboarding, sound design, music, cinematography, editing and even special effects. Age-appropriate variation will be made in each of the two camps: the first for older students and the second for younger students. The camp will culminate in a film festival featuring films developed by campers.

K-5 6-12


Finaem Aestasis Finem Aestatis, or end of summer, is our final camp of the summer. This camp will provide students with the more laid back experience traditionally associated with summer. Students will go on select field trips and engage in free- choice activities including arts and crafts, sports, board games, and cooking.




What’s included in camp tuition? •

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Camp tuition covers all activities from 7:30AM3:00 PM Camper t-shirts and swag bag are included Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are provided All field trip transportation and admission fees are included

Tuition, Fees, & Discounts Weekly Camp Fees (7:30 AM – 3:00 PM)


Extended Care Fee (3:00 PM – 5:30 PM)


Discount for Prism Private School Families

-$25/week discount

(For students who were enrolled in Prism during the 2018-19 school year )

Financial Assistance is provided through the generous support of the United Way for students who meet income eligibility guidelines. To receive tuition assistance or scholarships, campers must attend at least four weeks of the summer program. Contact Rachel Wall at Prism for more financial assistance information.


Frequently Asked Questions ■ What ages or grades are served at Camp Prism? – Prism’s summer camps are designed for students who have finished Kindergarten through those who have finished 4th grade. Special programming for Prism’s private school students who have finished 5th grade are available. These programs are not offered to students outside of Prism’s private school. ■ Are scholarships available? – Through the generous support of the United Way and The Community, some financial assistance and scholarships are provided. Contact Rachel Wall at for more information. ■ Can I sign-up for one week or do I have to sign-up for multiple weeks? – Camp tuition is the same whether families sign-up for one week or all 9 weeks. All camps run Monday through Friday and campers must sign-up for a full-week to attend.


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