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THIS SUMMER WILL BE BRILLIANT!

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Find Your Summer Welcome to Brilliant Summer Brilliant Summer Calendar

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3½-G1

Ages 3½ through Rising Grade 1 Academic Courses One-Week Day Camps

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G2-G3

Rising Grades 2–3 Academic Courses & One-Week Day Camps Athletic Camps Creative Arts Camps

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G4-G6

Rising Grades 4–6 Academic Courses One-Week Day Camps & Athletic Camps Creative Arts Camps

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G7-G12

Rising Grades 7–12 Academic Courses One-Week Day Camps & Athletic Camps Creative Arts Camps

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Creative Arts 3-Week Camp Course Descriptions Theatre & Dance Camp Descriptions Forms & Applications Special Events & Important Information

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ACADEMICS Comprehensive summer academic classes designed to enhance academic skills through enrichment, acceleration and review.


Leadership Terrie Scheckelhoff, Ph.D. Head of School

ATHLETICS An expansive program for athletes led by accomplished Saints coaches.

Chris Carlisle

DAY CAMPS Half-day and full-day day camps with classes in art, theatre, music, language, sports, engineering, outdoor adventures and more.

Director of Auxiliary Programs, Assistant Director of Admissions ccarlisle@st.catherines.org

Lewis James

Director of Day Camps ljames@st.catherines.org

Julie Dayton

Director of Athletics jdayton@st.catherines.org

Andrea Byrd

Administrative Assistant abyrd@st.catherines.org 3


June 6–10 LATIN BALLET: SESSION 1

June 13–17 LATIN BALLET: SESSION 2

3½-G1

June 20–24

June 27–July1

July 5–8

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YOUNG EXPLORERS DISCOVERY CAMP SESSION 1

July 11–15

YOUNG EXPLORERS DISCOVERY CAM

GREEN THUMB CLUB (AGE 3 ½-K)

WORLD TRAVELERS AGES (3 ½-K)

DINOSAUR DISCOVERY (3 ½-K)

CREATIVE BUILDERS (3 ½-K)

READY READERS: SESSION A (K-G1)

READY READERS: SESSION B (K-G1)

MATH GONE WILD (K-G1)

READY READERS: SESSION C (K-G1)

JR. MECH. ENGINEERING: LET'S MAKE TOYS (K-G2)

JR. ROBOTICS: ADVENTURE STORIES (K-G2)

FAIRY TALE INNOVATORS (K-G2) KINDERGARTEN, HERE WE COME: SESSION A JR ROBOTICS: WILD ANIMALS (K-G2)

LATIN BALLET: SESSION 1

LATIN BALLET: SESSION 2

JR. TENNIS CAMP (G3-G6) YOUTH SPEED CAMP (AGES 8-15)

G2-G3

READING & WRITING FUN: SESSION A (G2-G3)

READING & WRITING FUN: SESSION B (G2-G3)

JR. MECH. ENGINEERING: LET'S MAKE TOYS (K-G2)

JR. ROBOTICS: ADVENTURE STORIES (K-G2)

CREATIVE ARTS 3-WEEK CAMP: MATH MAGIC (G2-G3)

LATIN BALLET: SESSION 2

JR ROBOTICS: WILD ANIMALS (K-G2)

CREATIVE ARTS 3-WEEK CAMP: SESSION 1

JR. TENNIS CAMP (G3-G6)

GET IT WRITE: SESSION A (G6-G8)

YOUTH SPEED CAMP (AGES 8-15)

ELECTRONIC GAME DESIGN: RACING GAMES (G3-G8)

MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL CAMP (G5-G8)

3D ANIMATION (G4-G10)

FAIRY TALE INNOVATORS (K-G2) READING & WRITING FUN: SESSION C (G2-G3)

ELECTRONIC GAME DESIGN: RACING GAMES (G3-G8)

LATIN BALLET: SESSION 1

G4-G6

CREATIVE ARTS 3-WEEK CAMP: SESSION 1

CREATIVE ARTS 3-WEEK CAMP: MATH CLUB (G4-G6)

APP DESIGN (G4-G10) LET'S OPEN A BAKERY (G4-G6)

SERVER DESIGN: SESSION 1 (G4-G10)

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL CAMP (G5-G9) TOP DOG FIELD HOCKEY CAMP (G5-G9)

LATIN BALLET: SESSION 1

LATIN BALLET: SESSION 2

CREATIVE ARTS 3-WEEK CAMP: SESSION 1 (G7-G10)

DRIVER'S ED: SESSION A JUN 9,13-16, 20-23 (G9-G12) YOUTH SPEED CAMP (AGES 8-15)

CREATIVE ARTS 3-WEEK CAMP: DRIVER'S ED SESSION B JUL 5-8, 11-14, 18 (G9-G12)

INTRO TO MORAL PHILOSOPHY (G11-G1)2

APP DESIGN (G4-G10)

GET IT WRITE: SESSION A (G6-G8) HEALTH II—PHYSICAL EDUCATION: SESSION A (G9-G12)

G7-G12

HEALTH II—PHYSICAL EDUCATION:

WORLD RELIGIONS: SESSION A JUN 7–24 (G9-G10) MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL CAMP (G5-G8)

TEEN IN TRAINING PROGRAM: SESSION A (G7-G10)

TEEN IN TRAINING PROGRAM: SESSION B (G 7-G10)

TEEN IN TRAINING PROGRAM: SESSION C (G 7-G10)

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL CAMP (G5-G9)

ELECTRONIC GAME DESIGN: RACING GAMES (G3-G8)

SERVER DESIGN: SESSION 1 (G4-G10)

WRITING THE COLLEGE ESSAY (G12)

TOP DOG FIELD HOCKEY CAMP (G5-G9)

3D ANIMATION (G4-G10)

TEEN IN TRAINING PROGRAM: SESSION D (G 7-G10)


July 18–22

July 25–29

MP SESSION 2 BOOK CLUB (K-G2)

August 1–5

August 8–12

MINI CAMP: SESSION 1

MINI CAMP: SESSION 2

WHIZ KIDS (3 ½-K)

ALPHABET ART (3 ½-K)

KICK START TO FIRST GRADE

BUILDERS (K-G2)

GREEN THUMB CLUB (K-G2)

MATH MUNCH (3 ½-K)

August 15–19

August 22–26

SPARC THEATRE CAMP: DISNEY'S ALADDIN KIDS (AGES 4-6) KINDERGARTEN, HERE WE COME: SESSION B

KINDERGARTEN, HERE WE COME: SESSION C

PRINCESSES & SUPERHER0S (3 ½-K)

JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN, HERE WE COME: SESSION A

SESSION 2

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 1 (AGES 6-8)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 2 (AGES 6-8)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 3 (AGES 6-8)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 4 (AGES 6-8)

MINI CAMP: SESSION 1

MINI CAMP: SESSION 2

BOOK CLUB (K-G2)

BUILDERS (K-G2)

GREEN THUMB CLUB (K-G2)

KICK START TO SECOND GRADE

NEWSPAPER WRITING (G2-5)

WOOD CREATIONS (G2-G4)

SPARC THEATRE CAMP: DISNEY'S ALADDIN KIDS (AGES 7-9)

SCIENCE OF COOKING (G2-3)

SUN, SAND AND SURF (G2-G3)

SPARC THEATRE CAMP: DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID JR. (AGES 10-13)

SUPER SLEUTHS (G2-G4)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 1 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 2 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 3 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 4 (AGES 8-13)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 1 (AGES 6-8)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 2 (AGES 6-8)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 3 (AGES 6-8)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 4 (AGES 6-8)

ED SHEROD BASKETBALL CAMP (AGES 8-16)

KICK START TO THIRD GRADE

MINI CAMP: SESSION 1

MINI CAMP: SESSION 2

INNOVATION LAB PART I (G4-G6)

SESSION 2 INNOVATION LAB PART II (G4-G6)

GET IT WRITE: SESSION B (G6-G8)

KICK START TO FOURTH GRADE

STUDY SKILLS (G4-G6)

WOOD CREATIONS (G2-G4)

BULLS AND BEARS (G4-G6)

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHINESE (G6-G8)

NEWSPAPER WRITING (G2-5)

SUPER SLEUTHS (G2-G4)

COMIC CREATIONS (G4-G6)

SERVER DESIGN: SESSION 2 (G4-G10)

KICK START TO MIDDLE SCHOOL (G5-G6)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 1 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 2 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 3 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 4 (AGES 8-13)

PUBLIC SPEAKING ESSENTIALS (G4-G6)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 1 (AGES 9-14)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 2 (AGES 9-14)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 3 (AGES 9-14)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 4 (AGES 9-14)

ED SHEROD BASKETBALL CAMP (AGES 8-16)

BABYSITTER CERTIFICATION AUG. 8-10 (G6-G8)

SPARC THEATRE CAMP: DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID JR. (AGES 10-13) SESSION 2 (G7-G10)

MINI CAMP: SESSION 1 (G7-G10)

MINI CAMP: SESSION 2 (G7-G10)

GET IT WRITE: SESSION B (G6-G8)

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHINESE (G6-G8)

SERVER DESIGN: SESSION 2 (G4-G10)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 1 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 2 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 3 (AGES 8-13)

MOUNTAIN BIKING CAMP: SESSION 4 (AGES 8-13)

SESSION B (G9-G12)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 1 (AGES 9-14)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 2 (AGES 9-14)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 3 (AGES 9-14)

FISHING CAMP: SESSION 4 (AGES 9-14)

TEEN IN TRAINING PROGRAM: SESSION G (G 7-G10)

BABYSITTER CERTIFICATION AUG. 8-10 (G6-G8)

TEEN IN TRAINING PROGRAM: SESSION E (G 7-G10)

TEEN IN TRAINING PROGRAM: SESSION F (G 7-G10)

WORLD RELIGIONS: SESSION B (G9-G10) ED SHEROD BASKETBALL CAMP (AGES 8-16) SPARC THEATRE CAMP: DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID JR. (AGES 10-13)

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Academic Courses Alphabet Art Now I know my ABC’s, won’t you come and draw with me? Make the alphabet come to life through a wide variety of arts and crafts activities. Alphabet Art will expose your budding scholar to learning letter-sound relationships, letter formation and sensory experiences. Grades: Age 3 ½–rising kindergarten Dates: Aug 1-5, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $220

Creative Builders Calling all inventors, creators, builders and designers...come and build some awesome creations with us! We will create our own designs and build structures using LEGO® bricks, recyclable materials and many other interesting items. Grades: Age 3 ½–rising kindergarten Dates: July 11-15, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $220

Dinosaur Discovery

Green Thumb Club

Math Munch

Catch a ladybug, chase a firefly and grow a garden…all while learning about nature and the world around us through stories, songs, art, exploration and imaginary play. The Green Thumb Club will ignite your passion for nature, recycling and learning about the earth through tactile activities and developmentally appropriate science investigations. It’s time to join the Green Thumb Club!

Calling all budding mathematicians. You will be immersed in rich and multi-sensory activities using manipulative and hands on activities to build your child’s math skill set. Through our activities we will learn about basic addition and subtraction, graphing, telling time, fractions, word problems and money.

Grades: Age 3 ½–rising kindergarten Dates: June 20-24, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $220

Junior Kindergarten, Here We Come Hear Ye, Hear Ye, calling all girls entering St. Catherine’s Junior Kindergarten in the fall 2016! Come meet new classmates and explore the campus in a play-oriented environment. For girls in St. Catherine’s Class of 2030 Dates: July 25-29, 9:30-11:45 a.m. Cost: $160

Kick Start to First Grade Fun-filled activities to help practice and review math, reading and study skills in preparation for the upcoming school year.

Join us for a colossal journey into the world of dinosaurs. Build a dinosaur replica and have an archaeological dig just like a real paleontologist. In Dino Discovery, you will have a swamp stomping good time!

Grade: Rising grade 1 Dates: August 8-12, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Grades: Age 3 ½–rising kindergarten Dates: July 5-8, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $190

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, calling all girls entering St. Catherine’s kindergarten in the fall 2016! Come meet new classmates and explore the campus in a play-oriented environment.

Fairy Tale Innovators Work with your friends to help characters from some of your favorite fairy tales solve problems using their science, technology, engineering and math skills. You’ll have lots of fun being innovative as you help your fairy tale friends tackle their sticky situations. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: July 11-15, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Kindergarten, Here We Come

For girls in St. Catherine’s Class of 2029 Session A: July 11–15, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Session B: July 18–22, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Session C: July 25–29 8:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Math Gone Wild Get fired up about math through creative, hands-on activities. Build structures, run and jump, all while learning to better understand and appreciate math. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 1 Dates: July 5-8, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Grades: Age 3 ½–rising kindergarten Dates: Aug 8-12, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $220

Princesses and Superheroes Do you have what it takes to save the world? Do you have the sparkle to rein the world? Come and train to be the superheroes or princesses you were meant to be! Save the world from evil-doers everywhere in this interactive and high-energy camp. The training combines co-operative games, team building activities, literature and much more. Grades: Age 3 ½–rising kindergarten Dates: July 18-22, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $220

Ready Readers Experience literature while engaging in language art activities that focus on phonemic awareness, comprehension skills and decoding. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 1 Session A: June 20-24, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Session B: June 27-July 1, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Session C: July 11-15, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Whiz Kids Grab your goggles and lab coat; we are going on a scientific discovery mission! Explore the world of science through everyday objects such as toys, food and nature. We will learn how the things we use in our daily lives are a part of science. There will be some explosions, a few creations and a whole lot of discoveries. Grades: Age 3 ½–rising kindergarten Dates: July 25-29, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $220


World Travelers

Builders

Junior Robotics: Wild Animals

Grab your passport and join us for a journey around the world! We will visit a new country each day through literature, games, art activities, geography and history.

Calling all inventors, creators, builders and designers! Come build some awesome creations with us! We will create our own designs and make structures using recyclable materials, LEGO® bricks and many other interesting items such as Lifesavers, paper bags and marshmallows. Skills necessary...none. Skills gained: communication, problem solving, reasoning, developing creativity and teamwork!

Wild Animals is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using LEGO® WeDo™ Robots. Using LEGO® bricks, students build a hungry alligator, a flying bird and a roaring lion and then learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop computer.

Grades: Age 3 ½–rising kindergarten Dates: June 27–July 1, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $220 Registration

details Disney's Aladdin Kids

on page 26

SPARC and Cadence Theatre Company bring their popular sell-out August Adventure camp back to St. Catherine’s.

Latin Ballet of Virginia Day Camp

Discover dance while connecting various dance forms to Latin language and culture.

One-Week Day Camps Book Club Do you love to read? Want to meet more kids who love to read like you? We have the camp for you! We will read, write and discuss short stories, poetry, mysteries and other books using book talks, arts and crafts and language activities. This camp is student-centered as campers will select their own books and writing components during the week. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: July 18-22, 12:45–3:45 p.m. Cost: $250

Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: July 25-29, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Green Thumb Club Catch an insect, grow a terrarium and save the earth...all while learning about nature and the world around us through exciting expeditions, science and environmental exploration. Our Green Thumb Club will ignite your child’s passion for nature, recycling and learning about the earth through educational activities and science investigations. It’s time to join the Green Thumb Club! Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: August 1-5, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Junior Mechanical Engineering: Let’s Make Toys Become a junior mechanical engineer while exploring the fundamental concepts of energy, materials and movement. All campers will construct six different toys including spinners, magical boomerang cans, wind-up whirligigs and more. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: June 20-24, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Junior Robotics: Adventure Stories This camp is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using LEGO® WeDo™ Robots. Using LEGO® bricks campers will build an airplane rescue, a giant escape and a sailboat storm all while learning how to program and operate creations using a laptop computer. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: June 27-July 1, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: July 11-15, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Young Explorers Discovery Camps Young Explorers Day Camp celebrates the younger child’s inherent curiosity and urge to play. With an emphasis on independence, children learn through experiences of touching, moving, listening, seeing and hearing. Boys and girls age 3 ½ to rising grade 1 are grouped by age and led by a certified teacher and an assistant to explore our discovery stations at their own level and pace. The uniquely designed environment stimulates learning, movement, and social interaction. Discovery station themes include visual art, science, literature, woodworking, music, engineering, puppetry, puzzles, games and creative movement. Young Explorers Day Camp provides the building blocks to basic engineering, architecture and physics, as well as the freedom to explore, observe, and ask questions and endless ways and opportunities for children to be creative and express themselves. Swimming and outdoor experiences are also included as a complement to the program.

Half-day camp: Morning or afternoon 8:45–11:45 a.m. or 12:45–3:45 p.m. Cost: $445 Full-day camp: 8:45 a.m.–3:45 p.m. Cost: $880 Lunch included for all full-day campers.

Violin, Piano and Flute Classes

Half-hour lessons in violin, piano or flute are offered as a complement to the Young Explorers program. Students must be 4½ years old to participate. Violin lessons are at 8:15 a.m. or 11:45 a.m. daily. Piano & flute lessons are at 11:45 a.m. daily. Cost: $70

Young Explorers Mini Camps A scaled down version of our three-week day camp, the Mini Camps engage children in a variety of activities including outside play, creative games, storytimes and visual art classes. Session One: August 1-5 Session Two: August 8-12 Half-day camp: 8:45–11:45 a.m. or 12:45–3:45 p.m. One-week, half-day $150 Full-day camp: (Please pack a lunch) 8:45 a.m.–3:45 p.m. One-week, full-day $280

Special Guests! This summer we are thrilled to include a number of exciting special guests, including: Workshops and performances by award winning children's musician Hope Harris and her band. Extraordinary performances by nationally acclaimed puppet troupe, Barefoot Puppet Theatre. Innovative science workshops from the much-admired Mad Science team. Grades: Boys & girls age 3½ years–rising grade 1. Children must have turned 3 years old by December 1, 2015 and be toilet-trained. Session One: June 20–July 8 (Closed July 4) Session Two: July 11–28 (Closed July 29) Days & Times: Monday through Friday 7


RISING

Grades

Academic Courses Fairy Tale Innovators Work with your friends to help characters from some of your favorite fairy tales solve problems using their science, technology, engineering and math skills. You’ll have lots of fun being innovative as you help your fairy tale friends tackle their sticky situations. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: July 11-15, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Kick Start to Second Grade Fun-filled activities to help practice and review math, reading and study skills in preparation for the upcoming school year. Grade: Rising grade 2 Dates: August 8-12, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Kick Start to Third Grade Fun-filled activities to help practice and review math, reading and study skills in preparation for the upcoming school year. Grade: Rising grade 3 Dates: August 8-12, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Math Magic Get your wand ready for a fun math week! Become a mathematical wizard through creative, hands-on activities designed for the active mind. Grades: Rising grades 2-3 Dates: July 5-8, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Reading and Writing Fun Increase reading fluency while enjoying various forms of children’s literature. You will have fun while improving reading, vocabulary and writing skills. Grades: Rising grades 2–3 Session A: June 20-24, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Session B: June 27–July 1, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Session C: July 11-15, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Sun, Sand and Surf Join us for a beach themed week of “crab”ssant sandwiches, “Sand”dollar cookies, Beach glass candy and Banana Dolphins. Campers will have an awesome time in our newest class. Grades: Rising grades 2-3 Dates: July 25-29, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Science of Cooking Measurements can be a fun way to brush up on math skills. Discover the reactions between foods, the how of heat and the why of working with unique ingredients to prepare delicious foods. Grades: Rising grades 2-3 Dates: July 18-22, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Book Club Do you love to read? Want to meet more kids who love to read like you? We have the camp for you! We will read, write and discuss short stories, poetry, mysteries and other books using book talks, arts and crafts and language activities. This camp is student-centered as campers will select their own books and writing components during the week. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: July 18-22, 12:45–3:45 p.m. Cost: $250

Builders Registration

Disney's Aladdin Kids

One-Week Day Camps

details on page 26

SPARC and Cadence Theatre Company bring their popular sell-out August Adventure camp back to St. Catherine’s.

Latin Ballet of Virginia Day Camp Discover dance while connecting various dance forms to Latin language and culture.

Calling all inventors, creators, builders and designers! Come build some awesome creations with us! We will create our own designs and make structures using recyclable materials, LEGO® bricks and many other interesting items such as Lifesavers, paper bags and marshmallows. Skills necessary...none. Skills gained: communication, problem solving, reasoning, developing creativity and teamwork! Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: July 25-29, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Electronic Game Design: Racing Games This camp will introduce you to the world of video game creation in a fun, non-competitive, step by step process that will spark your imagination and encourage your critical thinking skills. You will design and create sports, platform, racing and invader defense games and take a copy of your creation home to play. Grades: Rising grades 3–8 Half day: June 20-24, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250


Green Thumb Club

Newspaper Writing

Wood Creations

Catch an insect, grow a terrarium and save the earth...all while learning about nature and the world around us through exciting expeditions, science and environmental exploration. Our Green Thumb Club will ignite your child’s passion for nature, recycling and learning about the earth through educational activities and science investigations. It’s time to join the Green Thumb Club!

Ladies and Gentlemen, get it hot off the press! The first edition of the school newspaper needs your help. Students will enjoy this creative and exciting camp as they create authentic newspaper stories. As they are transformed into reporters and editors, the outcome will be to publish their own school newspaper. Various aspects of newspapers are covered, including parts of a newspaper, writing an article, reading habits, advertisements and layout and design techniques.

Bang, Bang, Sand, Sand...keep your hands and minds building this summer with wood creations! We will build and design bird feeders, robots, geoboards and many more fantastic wood creations by hammering, sanding and painting our own wood masterpieces. (Tools that may be used in the class are hammers, sandpaper and nails)

Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: August 1-5, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Junior Mechanical Engineering: Let’s Make Toys Become a junior mechanical engineer while exploring the fundamental concepts of energy, materials and movement. All campers will construct six different toys including spinners, magical boomerang cans, wind-up whirligigs and more. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: June 20-24, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Junior Robotics: Adventure Stories This camp is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using LEGO® WeDo™ Robots. Using LEGO® bricks campers will build an airplane rescue, a giant escape and a sailboat storm all while learning how to program and operate creations using a laptop computer. Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: June 27-July 1, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Junior Robotics: Wild Animals Wild Animals is a perfect mixture of fun and learning, using LEGO® WeDo™ Robots. Using LEGO® bricks, students build a hungry alligator, a flying bird and a roaring lion and then learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop computer.

Grades: Rising grades 2-5 Dates: July 18-22, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Super Sleuths WANTED...Detectives and Investigators! Get out your magnifying glasses and detective hats as we have clues to decipher and crimes to solve. We’ll put our critical thinking skills to the test and get to the bottom of mysteries by learning the tricks real investigators use to solve cases. While experimenting with simple detection techniques, your reasoning skills will grow and your problem solving skills will become better than CSI agents. Grades: Rising grades 2-4 Dates: July 25-29, 12:45–3:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Grades: Rising grades 2–4 Dates: July 25-29, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Mountain Biking Camps & Fishing Camps St. Catherine’s and Virginia Outside have teamed up to offer one-week, all-day fishing or all-day mountain biking camps. Students meet in the Maple Avenue parking lot and are transported to various locations in the James River Park System and surrounding wild spaces. Session One: Aug. 1-5 Session Two: Aug. 8-12 Session Three: Aug. 15-19 Session Four: Aug. 22-26 Mountain Biking Camps (ages 8–13) 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Cost: $450 per week Fishing Camps (ages 6–8) 9:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Cost: $395 per week

Athletic Camps Saints Tennis Camp Saints tennis staff will open the world of possibilities for you as strive to learn new tennis skills. Grades: Rising grades 3–6 Dates: June 6–10, 4 p.m.–6 p.m. Camp fee: $175

Ed Sherod Basketball Camp Coach Sherod brings former college players on staff along with the rest of the Saints varsity staff, to teach all campers the finer points of the game. Ages: Boys and girls ages 8-16 Dates: August 1–5, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Camp fee: $250

Saints Youth Speed Camp Under the guidance of head varsity track coach Sherry Edwards and Dr. Andrea Katz, you will work on all aspects of running technique. Ages: Boys and girls ages 8-15 Session 1: June 6–10, 9 a.m.–11 a.m. Session 2: June 6–10, 6 p.m.–8 p.m. Camp fee: $125

Register at the Kenny Center office or download the brochure ST.CATHERINES.ORG/ ATHLETICS

Grades: Rising kindergarten–grade 2 Dates: July 11-15, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

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3-Week Camps Center Stage Singers

Cardboard Construction

Backyard Zoology

Ceramics

Drumming

Ball Games

Digital Photography: Beginner

Flute: Beginner

Ceramics

Gone Fishin' (3pds)

Gone Fishin' (cont.)

Gone Fishin' (cont.)

Gymnastics

Just Jump!

Piano: Beginner

Karate

Pop Art Attack

Magic Prints

Origami: Beginner

Rockets, Robots and Radical Structures

Mosaic Madness

Piano: Intermediate

Soccer

Tennis: Beginner

Violin 2

Summer Scientists

Day Camp Choices by Period for Rising Grades 2–3

Guitar: Beginner

Choose your daily schedule for a variety of fun and engaging activities. The morning consists of 1st, 2nd and 3rd periods and the afternoon consists of 4th, 5th and 6th periods. Indicate a first, second and third class choice on all mail-in applications. If you do not list three choices or if your requested choices are not available, we may assign your child to an available class. Note that some classes last more than one period.

Karate

Hippety Hop

Story Art Swimming: Beginner

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Ukulele

Watercolor Techniques

Violin 1 Yarn Painting

If taking two sessions, please select a different set of classes for the second session. Session One: June 20–July 8 (closed July 4) Session Two: July 11–28 (closed July 29) Monday through Friday Half-day camp: 8:45–11:45 a.m. or 12:45–3:45 p.m. Full-day camp: 8:45–3:45 p.m. Tuition: See page 28 for details

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Papier-Mâché Works (S1)

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Origami: Beginner

Rockets, Robots and Radical Structures

Flute: Beginner

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It’s a Zoo

Piano: Beginner

Mixed Media and Me

Summer Scientists

Musical Theatre

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Voice Lessons Weaving

Swimming: Intermediate

A scaled down version of our day camp spanning one week, Mini Camps offer a variety of choices. There will be two 90-minute classes in the morning and two 90-minute classes in the afternoon with a supervised lunch and recess break between the morning and afternoon sessions. Session One: August 1-5 Session Two: August 8-12 Half-day camp: 8:45–11:45 a.m. or 12:45–3:45 p.m. Full-day camp: 8:45 a.m.–3:45 p.m. Please pack a lunch Half-day camp: $150 Full-day camp: $280 You have FOUR PERIODS to select among these fun activates (see page 29 for schedule): Ball Games Board Games & Card Games Ceramics Dance Creations

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Academic Courses Babysitter Certification Become a certified babysitter while learning how to care for infants and children, create a safe environment, make good decisions, solve problems and handle emergencies. Grades: Rising grades 6–8 Dates: Aug. 8-10, 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Cost: $160

Get It Write Strengthen your reading, writing and grammar skills before moving to the next grade. Daily writing practice, supported by grammar and punctuation, will emphasize clarity and expression and proper sentence structure. Grades: Rising grades 6–8 Session A: June 20–24, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Session B: August 1-5, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Innovation Lab - Part I To innovate is to create something new. Put on your lab coat and engineering cap and join us for a week of exploration. Using a variety of materials, together we will plan and create a fresh new product...all based on YOUR needs! Grades: Rising grades 4-6 Dates: July 18-22, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Innovation Lab - Part II Continue what you started during Part I or create something new. Whatever you decide, let’s be creative and innovate. Using a variety of materials, together we will plan and create a fresh new product...all based on YOUR needs! Grades: Rising grades 4-6 Dates: July 25-29, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Kick Start to Fourth Grade Fun-filled activities to help practice and review math, reading and study skills in preparation for the upcoming school year. Grade: Rising grade 4 Dates: August 8-12, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

One-Week Camps

Kick Start to Middle School For students new to St. Catherine’s Middle School. Get your motor running! Come experience fun-filled activities to help you get acquainted to St. Catherine’s Middle School while learning new skills in math, reading and studying.

3D Animation Camp Create your own 3D movie! Learn the fundamentals of 3D animation, including moving objects in a 3D space, animating characters, editing key frames along a timeline, and more. During camp you will transform a static scene into a fully animated movie and learn to use prolevel 3D animation software, Blender. Presented by Youth Digital.

Grades: Rising grades 5–6 Dates: July 25–29, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Let’s Open a Bakery Learn to make and bake delicious cakes, cookies and other natural treats, while learning the basics of pricing, marketing and menu planning for your very own bakery. The week will end with consumers purchasing your special treats with edible money—a treat to eat! Grades: Rising grades 4–6 Dates: July 11-15, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr.

Math Club Keep your math muscles in shape over the summer to strengthen and review foundational math skills. We will use games, stories and interactive activities while fostering a love for mathematics and problem solving. Grades: Rising grades 4-6 Dates: July 5-8, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Middle School Chinese

Grades: Rising grades 4-10 Dates: June 20–24, 8:45 a.m.–3:45 p.m. Cost: $450

SPARC and Cadence Theatre Company are back to bring you Disney's smash hit The Little Mermaid Jr.

Latin Ballet of Virginia Day Camp Discover dance while connecting various dance forms to Latin language and culture.

Get a head start learning Chinese by listening, speaking, reading and writing Chinese. This course will give you a deep insight into the Chinese culture. Grades: Rising grades 6–8 Dates: Aug. 8-12, 10 a.m.–noon Cost: $140

Study Skills Discover your own personal learning strengths, improve your memory, learn test-taking skills and time management to help you get better grades in school. Grades: Rising grades 4–6 Dates: July 18-22, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Registration

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App Design Camp Build your own mobile app! Learn basic mobile app development skills to design and program your own mobile game for Android or iOS. Use a professional software development kit to create your game choosing characters, level design, and programming the app’s functionality. Presented by Youth Digital. Grades: Rising grades 4-10 Dates: July 11–15, 8:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Cost: $450

Bulls and Bears Is it time to buy? Is it time to sell? Grab the bull by the horns and come play the stock market with us! Campers will experience a glimpse of the fast-pace buying, trading and sale of stocks in Wall Street terms. Campers will work in teams to design, produce and market their own handmade product to showcase their entrepreneurial skills, too! Grades: Rising grades 4-6 Dates: August 1-5, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Comic Creations Do you have a knack for drawing? Do you like to write? We have the camp for you! Come and join us as we explore the world of comics. We will learn about the different styles of cartooning, create new characters and build a portfolio of your work. Grades: Rising grades 4-6 Dates: August 1-5, 12:45-3:45 p.m. Cost: $250

Electronic Game Design: Racing Games This camp will introduce you to the world of video game creation in a fun, non-competitive, step by step process that will spark your imagination and encourage your critical thinking skills. You will design and create sports, platform, racing and invader defense games and take a copy of your creation home to play. Grades: Rising grades 3–8 Half day: June 20-24, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Newspaper Writing Ladies and Gentlemen, get it hot off the press! The first edition of the school newspaper needs

your help. Students will enjoy this creative and exciting camp as they create authentic newspaper stories. As they are transformed into reporters and editors, the outcome will be to publish their own school newspaper. Various aspects of newspapers are covered, including parts of a newspaper, writing an article, reading habits, advertisements and layout and design techniques. Grades: Rising grades 2-5 Dates: July 18-22, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Public Speaking Essentials Develop the confidence to master the important life skill of public speaking! With a focus on critical thinking and concise communication, we will lay the groundwork towards becoming a confident public speaker. Learn tips, best practices and debating strategies of successful public speakers and practice speaking in front of teachers and peers. Grades: Rising grades 4-6 Dates: July 25-29, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Server Design Camp Learn the basics of one of the most popular coding languages in the world as you modify real Java code to build your own Minecraft® server! During camp, you will master introductory computer programming concepts including methods and parameters, if-then statements, and more. Every student must have a copy of Minecraft for PC or Mac (not Pocket Edition) and bring their login credentials to camp. Presented by Youth Digital. Grades: Rising grades 4-10 Session One: June 27–July 1 Session Two: July 18–22 Time: 8:45 a.m.–3:45 p.m. Cost: $450

Super Sleuths WANTED...Detectives and Investigators! Get out your magnifying glasses and detective hats as we have clues to decipher and crimes to solve. We’ll put our critical thinking skills to the test and get to the bottom of mysteries by learning the tricks real investigators use to solve cases. While experimenting with simple detection techniques, your reasoning skills will grow and your problem solving skills will become better than CSI agents.

Grades: Rising grades 2-4 Dates: July 25-29, 12:45–3:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Athletic Camps

Wood Creations

Saints Middle School Basketball Camp

Bang, Bang, Sand, Sand...keep your hands and minds building this summer with wood creations! We will build and design bird feeders, robots, geoboards and many more fantastic wood creations by hammering, sanding and painting our own wood masterpieces. (Tools that may be used in the class are hammers, sandpaper and nails)

Grades: Girls, rising grades 5–9 Dates: June 6–10, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Camp fee: $175

Under the guidance of VCU Hall of Famer and head varsity coach Ed Sherod, you will work on all aspects of the game.

Saints Middle School Volleyball Camp

Grades: Rising grades 2–4 Dates: July 25-29, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

The Saints volleyball staff will teach you skill progressions and tactical strategies for all offensive and defensive positions.

Mountain Biking Camps & Fishing Camps

Ages: Boys and girls, rising grades 5-9 Dates: June 6–10, 3 p.m.–6 p.m. Camp fee: $175

St. Catherine’s and Virginia Outside have teamed up to offer one-week, all-day fishing or all-day mountain biking camps. Students meet in the Maple Avenue parking lot and are transported to various locations in the James River Park System and surrounding wild spaces. Session One: Aug. 1-5 Session Two: Aug. 8-12 Session Three: Aug. 15-19 Session Four: Aug. 22-26 Mountain Biking Camps (ages 8–13) 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Cost: $450 per week

Saints Junior Tennis Camp Individual attention in a fun daily camp experience will allow each camper to improve. Ages: Boys and girls, rising grades 3–6 Dates: June 6–10, 4 p.m.–6 p.m. Camp fee: $175

Saints Youth Speed Camp Under the guidance of head varsity track coach Sherry Edwards and Dr. Andrea Katz, exercise physiologist and physical therapist, you will work on all aspects of running technique.

Fishing Camps (ages 6–8) 9:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Cost: $395 per week

Ages: Boys and girls, ages 8–15 Dates: June 6–10, 6 p.m.–8 p.m. Camp fee: $125

Fishing Camps (ages 9–14) 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Cost: $550 per week

Saints "Top Dog" Middle School Field Hockey Camp

Register at the Kenny Center office or download the brochure ST.CATHERINES.ORG/ ATHLETICS

Acquire the skills needed to be successful at all levels of the sport—then put those skills into action on the field! Ages: Rising grades 5–9 Dates: June 6–10, 4 p.m.–7 p.m. Camp fee: $175

Ed Sherod Basketball Camp Coach Sherod brings former college players on staff along with the rest of the Saints varsity staff, to teach all campers the finer points of the game. Ages: Boys and girls ages 8-16 Dates: August 1–5, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Camp fee: $250

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Cardboard Construction

Candlemaking: Basics

Bejeweled

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Center Stage Singers

Brilliant Summer Live (S1)

Drumming

Ceramics

Chess Blitz

Field Games

Chinese Language and Culture

Embroidery and Cross Stitch

Gymnastics

Crazy About Crochet

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Day Camp Choices by Period for Rising Grades 4–6

Jammin' on the James (3 pds)

Engineering Physics

Just Jump!

Mountain Biking (3 pds)

Flag Football

Mountain Biking (cont.)

Choose your daily schedule for a variety of fun and engaging activities. The morning consists of 1st, 2nd and 3rd periods and the afternoon consists of 4th, 5th and 6th periods. Indicate a first, second and third class choice on all mail-in applications. If you do not list three choices or if your requested choices are not available, we may assign your child to an available class. Note that some classes last more than one period.

Paint Your Pet

Flute: Beginner

Origami for Everybody

Papermaking and Bookbinding

Hogwarts Adventure

Photojournalism

Piano: Intermediate

Jammin' on the James (cont.)

Pop Art Attack

Sculpey: Basics

Karate

Portraits Galore

Soccer

Mountain Biking (cont.)

Prop Shop (S1)

Strings Rock!

Pop Color Pizazz

Swordplay and Stage Combat

Smash It!

Rockets, Robots and Radical Structures

Weaving

Tennis: Beginner

Who Dunnit?

Ukulele

If taking two sessions, please select a different set of classes for the second session.

Tuition: See page 28 for details

Swimming: Beginner Tennis: Intermediate

Violin 2

Voice Lessons

Volleyball

Session One: June 20–July 8 (closed July 4) Session Two: July 11–28 (closed July 29) Monday through Friday Half-day camp: 8:45–11:45 a.m. or 12:45–3:45 p.m. Full-day camp: 8:45–3:45 p.m.

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Art Around the House

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Bandworks

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Board Games and Card Games

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Flute Choir

Ceramics

Cool Chemistry

Fun With Felt

Chess Blitz

Creative Bloggers

Gone Fishin' (cont.)

Digital Media Art

Dance Creations

Guitar: Beginner

Gone Fishin' (3 pds)

Flute: Beginner

Hand-Sewing and Quilting

Guitar: Intermediate

Gone Fishin' (cont.)

Insects and Animals

Hogwarts Adventure

Improvisational Comedy

Lyrical Dance

Knitting for Beginners

Knitting: Intermediate

Mixed Media and Me

Magic Prints

Mosaic Madness

Mountain Biking (cont.)

Mountain Biking (3 pds)

Mountain Biking (cont.)

Music Video Production

Painting

Papier-Mâché Works

Musical Theatre

Photography I

Photography I

Stage Makeup

Piano: Beginner

Piano: Intermediate

Swimming: Advanced

Power Jump Rope

Stand Up Comedy Class

The Art of Architecture

Sewing Masters (S2)

Summer Scientists

Swimming: Intermediate

Swimming: Intermediate

Team Challenges

To Dye For: Beginner

A scaled down version of our day camp spanning one week, Mini Camps offer a variety of choices. There will be two 90-minute classes in the morning and two 90-minute classes in the afternoon with a supervised lunch and recess break between the morning and afternoon sessions. Session One: August 1-5 Session Two: August 8-12 Half-day camp: 8:45–11:45 a.m. or 12:45–3:45 p.m. Full-day camp: 8:45 a.m.–3:45 p.m. Please pack a lunch Half-day camp: $150 Full-day camp: $280 You have FOUR PERIODS to select among these fun activates (see page 29 for schedule): Ball Games Board Games & Card Games Ceramics Dance Creations

Drawing & Painting Karate Origami Swimming

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Academic Courses

Upper School credit courses are open to all students seeking summer enrichment opportunities. St. Catherine’s students may take credit courses for advancement. Summer grades will not be used in the calculation of a student’s GPA; however, these courses will be recorded on the student’s transcript.

Become a certified babysitter while learning how to care for infants and children, create a safe environment, make good decisions, solve problems and handle emergencies.

Babysitter Certification

Credit class attendance policy Class attendance is very important because of the condensed nature of the course. Each class period is considered to be one week’s worth of material. No more than one unexcused absence or two excused absences are allowed. If a student misses one day more than one unexcused absence, even if the second is excused, the student will risk forfeiting the course credit.

Health 2: Physical Education PE Credit This credit course focuses on drug and alcohol prevention. Grades: Rising grades 9-12 Session A: June 20–July 8, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Session B: July 11-29, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Cost: $890

Introduction to Moral Philosophy

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Survey classical approaches to moral decisionmaking. Students learn to analyze important ethical issues facing our city and the world today. Grades: Rising grades 11–12 Dates: June 13–July 1, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Cost: $890

World Religions

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Explore issues common to all religions and wrestle with fundamental existential questions while seeking to understand history and culture. Grades: Rising grades 9–10 Session A: June 7–24, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Session B: July 25-Aug 12, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Cost: $890

Grades: Rising grades 6-8 Dates: Aug. 8-10, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Cost: $160

Driver’s Ed Open to any student entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2016. This course prepares students for safe motor vehicle operation. Grades: Rising grades 9–12 Session A: June 9, 13-16, 20-23, 8 a.m.–noon Session B: July 5-8, 11-14, 18, 8 a.m.–noon Cost: $160

Get It Write Strengthen your reading, writing and grammar skills before moving to the next grade. Daily writing practice, supported by grammar and punctuation will emphasize clarity and expression and proper sentence structure. Grades: Rising grades 6–8 Session A: June 20-24, 8:45–11:45 a.m. Session B: August 1-5, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Middle School Chinese Get a head start learning Chinese by listening, speaking, reading and writing Chinese. This course will give you a deep insight into the Chinese culture.

Teen in Training Program (TIT) Students will be assisting teachers with academic classes during the morning. This is a great way to develop leadership skills while having fun. Participants may enroll in day camp classes in the afternoon. Grades: Rising grades 7-10 Session A: June 20-24, 8:30 a.m.-noon Session B: June 27-July 1, 8:30 a.m.-noon Session C: July 5-8, 8:30 a.m.-noon Session D: July 11-15, 8:30 a.m.-noon Session E: July 18-22, 8:30 a.m.-noon Session F: July 25-29, 8:30 a.m.-noon Session G: August 1-5, 8:30 a.m.-noon Cost: $85 per/session

Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr. SPARC and Cadence Theatre Company are back to bring you Disney’s smash hit The Little Mermaid Jr.

Latin Ballet of Virginia Day Camp Discover dance while connecting various dance forms to Latin language and culture.

Grades: Rising grades 6-8 Dates: Aug. 8-12, 10 a.m.–noon Cost: $140

Writing the College Application Essay Don’t put off what you can do today. Take this course and by the end of the session you will have several drafts that could be used for topics that colleges predictably assign. Grades: Rising grades 11–12 Dates: July 5-8, 10 a.m.–noon Cost: $250

Registration

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One-Week Camps 3D Animation Camp Create your own 3D movie! Learn the fundamentals of 3D animation, including moving objects in a 3D space, animating characters, editing key frames along a timeline, and more. During camp you will transform a static scene into a fully animated movie and learn to use pro-level 3D animation software, Blender. Presented by Youth Digital. Grades: Rising grades 4-10 Dates: June 20–24, 8:45 a.m.–3:45 p.m. Cost: $450

App Design Camp Build your own mobile app! Learn basic mobile app development skills to design and program your own mobile game for Android or iOS. Use a professional software development kit to create your game choosing characters, level design, and programming the app’s functionality. Presented by Youth Digital. Grades: Rising grades 4-10 Dates: July 11-15, 8:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Cost: $450

Electronic Game Design: Racing Games This camp will introduce you to the world of video game creation in a fun, non-competitive, step by step process that will spark your imagination and encourage your critical thinking skills. You will design and create sports, platform, racing and invader defense games and take a copy of your creation home to play. Grades: Rising grades 3-8 Half day: June 20-24, 8:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $250

Athletic Camps

Server Design Camp Learn the basics of one of the most popular coding languages in the world as you modify real Java code to build their own your own Minecraft® server! During camp, you will master introductory computer programming concepts including methods and parameters, if-then statements, and more. Every student must have a copy of Minecraft for PC or Mac (not Pocket Edition) and bring their login credentials to camp. Presented by Youth Digital. Grades: Rising grades 4-10 Session One: June 27–July1 Session Two: July 18–22 Time: 8:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Cost: $450

Mountain Biking Camps & Fishing Camps St. Catherine’s and Virginia Outside have teamed up to offer one-week, all-day fishing or all-day mountain biking camps. Students meet in the Maple Avenue parking lot and are transported to various locations in the James River Park System and surrounding wild spaces. Session One: Aug. 1-5 Session Two: Aug. 8-12 Session Three: Aug. 15-19 Session Four: Aug. 22-26 Mountain Biking Camps (ages 8–13) 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Cost: $450 per week Fishing Camps (ages 9–14) 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Cost: $550 per week

Saints Middle School Basketball Camp Under the guidance of VCU Hall of Famer and head varsity coach Ed Sherod, you will work on all aspects of the game. Grades: Girls, rising grades 5–9 Dates: June 6–10, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Camp fee: $175

Register at the Kenny Center office or download the brochure ST.CATHERINES.ORG/ ATHLETICS

Saints Middle School Volleyball Camp The Saints volleyball staff will teach you skill progressions and tactical strategies for all offensive and defensive positions. Ages: Boys and girls, rising grades 5-9 Dates: June 6–10, 3 p.m.–6 p.m. Camp fee: $175

Saints Youth Speed Camp Under the guidance of head varsity track coach Sherry Edwards and Dr. Andrea Katz, exercise physiologist and physical therapist, you will work on all aspects of running technique. Ages: Boys and girls, ages 8–15 Dates: June 6–10, 6 p.m.–8 p.m. Camp fee: $125

Saints "Top Dog" Middle School Field Hockey Camp Acquire the skills needed to be successful at all levels of the sport—then put those skills into action on the field! Ages: Rising grades 5–9 Dates: June 6–10, 4 p.m.–7 p.m. Camp fee: $175

Ed Sherod Basketball Camp Coach Sherod brings former college players on staff along with the rest of the Saints varsity staff, to teach all campers the finer points of the game. Ages: Boys and girls ages 8-16 Dates: August 1–5, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Camp fee: $250

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Coiled Vessels

Bandworks

Creative Bloggers

Musical Improv

Brilliant Summer Live (S2)

Engineering Physics

Paint Your Pet

Candlemaking: Advanced

Improvised Play Workshop

Papermaking and Bookbinding: Advanced

Chess Blitz

Paint Like the Impressionists

Day Camp Choices by Period for Rising Grades 7–10

Photography II (2 pds)

Strings Rock!

Choose your daily schedule for a variety of fun and engaging activities. The morning consists of 1st, 2nd and 3rd periods and the afternoon consists of 4th, 5th and 6th periods. Indicate a first, second and third class choice on all mail-in applications. If you do not list three choices or if your requested choices are not available, we may assign your child to an available class. Note that some classes last more than one period.

Digital Media Art Field Games

Street Jazz

Volleyball

Photography II (cont.)

Swordplay and Stage Combat

Prop Shop (S2) Stage Makeup

To Dye For

If taking two sessions, please select a different set of classes for the second session. Session One: June 20–July 8 (closed July 4) Session Two: July 11–28 (closed July 29) Monday through Friday Half-day camp: 8:45–11:45 a.m. or 12:45–3:45 p.m. Full-day camp: 8:45–3:45 p.m. Tuition: See page 28 for details

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A scaled down version of our day camp spanning one week, Mini Camps offer a variety of choices. There will be two 90-minute classes in the morning and two 90-minute classes in the afternoon with a supervised lunch and recess break between the morning and afternoon sessions.

Crazy About Crochet

Session One: August 1-5 Session Two: August 8-12

Digital Photography

Half-day camp: 8:45–11:45 a.m. or 12:45–3:45 p.m. Full-day camp: 8:45 a.m.–3:45 p.m. Please pack a lunch Half-day camp: $150 Full-day camp: $280

Asian Art Adventures

American Sign Language

Art Around the House

Bejeweled: Advanced

Board Games and Card Games

Basketball

Drumming (S1)

Flag Football

Drumming: Advanced (S2)

Fun With Felt

Mosaic Madness

Knitting: Intermediate

Mountain Biking (3 pds)

Knitting: Advanced

Mountain Biking (cont.)

River Rats (3 pds)

Mountain Biking (cont.)

River Rats (cont.)

Smash It!

Photojournalism

Sculpey: Advanced

Stand-up Comedy Class

River Rats (cont.)

Sound Editing

Summer Players (3 pds)

Summer Players (cont.)

Summer Players (cont.)

Watercolor Techniques: Advanced

Ukulele

You have FOUR PERIODS to select among these fun activates (see page 29 for schedule): Ball Games Board Games & Card Games Ceramics Dance Creations

Drawing & Painting Karate Origami Swimming

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Bejeweled: Beginner

Crazy About Crochet G4-G6

G4-G6 Add a little sparkle to your life. Learn the basic techniques of jewelry making and create oneof-a-kind wearable art pieces with beads, wire, & mixed media. You’ll turn heads wearing your handcrafted bracelets, earrings, necklaces, anklets and more.

G7-G10

Visual Arts

Create unique and stylish jewelry and accessories that set you apart from the crowd. Go beyond the basics of jewelry making and get funky with beads, wire, glitter, rhinestones, junk, reclaimed clothing and vintage costume jewelry.

Art of the Ancients

Candle Making: Basics

G4-G6

Explore the ancient cultures of Egypt, China and Rome and learn to create art inspired by their artifacts.

Art Around the House G4-G6

G7-G10

Artwork does not have to hang on a wall—it can be made for many purposes. Come and explore the usefulness of art to create chalkboards, magnets, vases and more. Be creative and express yourself while making functional art for the house.

Asian Art Adventures G4-G6

G7-G10

G4-G6 Candle making is an ancient art. Learn all the steps in this informative class, from melting, molding, rolling, dripping and dipping to painting, sticking, building and carving. Discover the fun and creativity of making candles.

Candle Making: Advanced

G7-G10

Create art using the technology you already have. Use phones and computers to create surreal self-portraits, sound art and video art. Everything you need is in the palm of your hand!

Digital Photography G7-G10 Learn the basics of holding the camera and selecting the proper modes. Experiment with framing, close-ups, composition and manual settings. All you need is a digital camera and the desire to take regular picture taking to the next level.

Digital Photography: Beginner G2-G3

Ceramics

Embroidery & Cross Stitch

G2-G3

G4-G6

G7-G10

Beading

Coiled Vessels G4-G6

G7-G10

Baskets can be made from just about any flexible material, natural or not. We will experiment with a variety of materials using coiling techniques to make beautiful three-dimensional projects.

G4-G6 Learn different stitches and techniques for creating designs in hand embroidery and cross stitch. Create a sampler and embellish keepsakes!

Fun With Felt G4-G6

Rising Grades 7-10

Hand Sewing & Quilting G4-G6 Learn to sew. If you have ever lost a button, pulled out a hem, wanted to shorten a garment or stitch a quilted pillow then this class is for you! Stitch, sew and create using fabric, needles and thread as well as iron-on fusible materials.

Insects & Animals G2-G3

G4-G6

Create a variety of amazing and fun colorful artworks about your favorite animals and insects. Experiment with different art techniques including sculpture, painting, drawing and printmaking.

It’s a Zoo

Learn advanced candle making techniques and build upon established skills. Make more candles by experimenting with creative design methods.

Learn about China’s 5,000 years of technical and artistic achievements and create Chineseinspired arts and crafts. Make lanterns, kites, dragons, masks and more.

Explore different beading techniques including weaving, crocheting and wire joining. Make wearable art and learn how beads can also be used in fashion and sculpture.

Digital Media Art

Starting with the basics, learn how to hold the camera and how to frame an image. Experiment with close-ups and shots taken from different angles, perspectives and distances. Learn how to upload images and prepare for printing.

G7-G10

Explore the wonders of clay and learn traditional hand-building methods of clay construction. Using coil, slab and sculptural techniques, learn to texture, weave, carve and layer hand-built creations.

G4-G6

G7-G10

Design and make a crocheted necklace and bracelet using silk cording and a variety of beads. Many colors will be available to spark your creativity.

G4-G6

Bejeweled: Advanced

G2-G3

Rising Grades 4-6

G7-G10

Learn different processes for creating with felt. We will make usable items, such as slippers or bags, and decorative textiles such as landscapes and portraits. Explore the many ways you can turn this fun medium into beautiful and unique artwork!

G2-G3 Everyone loves drawing animals. Explore animals through drawing, paintings and mixed media techniques. Learn some tips and tricks that will help you to draw any animal, both real and imagined.

Knitting for Beginners G4-G6 Learn the lifelong skill and pleasure of knitting with master knitter Betsy Manson. Create a sweater for a favorite stuffed animal or a scarf for yourself. Basic techniques you will learn are cast-on and purl. The Knitting Basket, LTD Class fee: $25

Knitting: Intermediates G5-G6

G7-G10

Master the basics of knitting, purling and putting together a finished product. Learn how to make a colorful sock monkey. The Knitting Basket, LTD Class fee: $25


Knitting: Advanced

Origami: Beginner

G7-G10

G2-G3

If you already know how to cast-on, knit and purl, then apply your skills to create a finished product. Learn to use double-pointed needles and knit socks in the round. The Knitting Basket, LTD Class fee: $25

Magic Prints G2-G3

Experiment with a variety of printmaking techniques including rubbings, stamps, stencils and monotypes. Create prints with vibrant textures and bold colors appearing magically before your eyes!

G4-G6

Combine the skill of sewing with the art of painting and collage. Piece and stitch together fabric, paper and various found objects to show us what you are made of.

Mosaic Madness G2-G3

G4-G6

The Asian art of paper folding is an ancient art form, but it’s as fun today as ever. Learn to fold flat squares of paper into incredible threedimensional shapes.

Origami for Everybody Welcome beginners and returning friends. The Asian art of paper folding is an ancient art form, but it’s as fun today as ever. Fold flat squares of paper into incredible three-dimensional shapes!

Papermaking and Bookbinding G2-G3

Mixed Media & Me G2-G3

G7-G10

G4-G6

G4-G6

G7-G10

Flowerpots, frames, birdhouses and more! An exciting class full of broken bits, glue, grout and gook.

Photography II (2 Periods)

G4-G6

Create one-of-a-kind paper and books to share your creativity with family and friends! We will experiment with a variety of materials to make beautiful paper and then use our creations to make unique books.

Papermaking & Bookbinding: Advanced G7-G10 Paper and books are used for much more than schoolwork and studying. Learn the ancient techniques of artisan papermaking and bookbinding to create abstract, sculptural and one-of-a-kind journals and stationary.

Photography I G4-G6 Take snapshots with a prototype pinhole camera, as well as use any type of point-andshoot camera to take pictures all around the St. Catherine’s campus. Learn how to artfully handcolor photographs. Class Fee: $15

G2-G3

During this introduction to basic photography techniques, learn about 35mm controls, darkroom setup and how to print negatives onto black and white photographic paper. Experiment with toning images and other alternative printing processes. A 35mm camera is required. Class Fee: $15

Painting G2-G3

Paint Like the Impressionists G7-G10 “En plein air” is a French expression for painting out in the open and a popular method with the Impressionists. In this class, paint “en plein air” while learning about how the Impressionists used color to depict light, shadow and time of day.

Paint Your Pet G7-G10

Bring a photo of your favorite pet and learn how to paint a colorful, lively acrylic portrait. Explore the process of gridding a photo and canvas, creating a composition and applying paint to produce a finished pet portrait.

Papier-Mâché Works G2-G3

G4-G6

Break away from traditional art and learn how to make art inspired by the Pop Art movement. Learn how famous pop artists, including Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, broke the rules with their unique way of painting everyday objects in a fun and colorful way.

Pop, Color, Pizazz! G4-G6

G4-G6

Explore the creative possibilities of waterbased media. Work on the fundamentals and techniques of painting in tempera, watercolor and acrylic. Discover the expressive range of each medium.

G4-G6

Pop Art Attack

G4-G6

Paper and glue...who knew? Get a little messy with papier-mâché. Come create a menagerie of amazing animal sculptures. Session One: Grades 2–3, Grades 4-6 Session Two: Grades 4-6

Using bright colors, pop-up paper designs and decorative patterns, create art that literally pops right off the page!

Sculpey: Basics G4-G6 Do amazing things with polymer clays— practical and fun things! Make beads, buttons, jewelry and wearable art. We will also make miniature frames, flowers, animals and dolls.

Sculpey: Advanced G7-G10 For those who just can’t get enough of making miniature artwork with polymer clays. We will learn more challenging techniques to make miniature sculptures, charms and game pieces.

Sewing Masters (S2) G4-G6 Learn how to sew and create just about anything! Learn hand stitching, embellishing, button art, embroidery and needlework. Create fun projects such as ugly dolls and silly monster puppets.

Story Art G2-G3 Choose your favorite story and combine imagination and creativity to make an exciting piece of story art. Experiment with a variety of art materials to bring a storybook world to life.

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Rising Grades 2-3

To Dye For: Beginner G4-G6

Yarn Painting G2-G3

Brighten up your wardrobe this summer. Learn the basic techniques of tie-dyeing and create colorful clothing you’ll want to wear. Your oneof-a-kind designs will surely make a fashion statement!

To Dye For: Advanced G7-G10 Release your inner hippie! Create groovy tie-dye designs on clothing with advanced techniques and tricks. We will also explore other dyeing crafts including batik, silk painting and paper marbling.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar G2-G3 Enter the magical world of the most beloved children’s book illustrator, Eric Carle. Create your own beautifully painted papers and turn them into brightly-colored images of animals, plants, people and nature.

Watercolor Techniques G2-G3

Rising Grades 4-6

G4-G6

G4-G6

Loop, twirl, twist and wind your way to a beautiful works of art made entirely from string.

Performing Arts THEATRE Brilliant Summer Live! G4-G6

G7-G10

Do you love the sound of laughter and the exhilaration of applause? Then join the festivities with other campers who like to write and perform scripts — and who won’t be shy about showing what they can do! Session One: Grades 4-6 Session Two: Grades 7-10

Improvisational Comedy G2-G3

G4-G6

Dive into watercolor to explore wet on wet, dry brushing, resist and mixed media techniques. Learn traditional and experimental watercolor techniques in this exciting class.

Spend this summer laughing while learning the art of improv and sketch comedy. We’ll work in an ensemble creating comic characters and stories. We’ll learn comedy techniques and participate in well-known improv games like, “Who’s Line Is It Anyway?”

Watercolor Techniques: Advanced

Improvised Play Workshop

G7-G10

G7-G10

Learn traditional and experimental techniques and even a few “secret” techniques in this innovative class. You’ll soon be painting like a pro.

Weaving G2-G3

G4-G6

Weaving has taken many forms from ancient times to today. Learn the difference between the “warp” and the “weft” and rediscover the ancient art of weaving. Use a simple loom and explore a variety of techniques to create woven masterpieces.

This summer, perform an entire play--without a script! Together, we'll work on learning basic improv structures and ensemble-building techniques to create an entire play on the spot, based entirely on audience suggestions.

Musical Theatre G2-G3

G4-G6

Experience the world of musical theatre by working on the three areas of musical theatre: acting, singing & dance. We will also learn focus, concentration & collaboration as an ensemble.

Rising Grades 7-10

Music Video Production

G4-G6

G4-G6 Always wanted to be a rockstar? An actor? A dancer? A filmmaker? Then this class is for you! Work as a production team to create a fulllength music video that students plan, design, film and edit.

Prop Shop G4-G6

G7-G10

Join the Prop Shop and help make theatre props for the various plays and productions at Brilliant Summer. Students design and create requested props using refrigerator boxes, cardboard, paper-mâché, paint, hot glue, duct tape and staples. Be ready to collaborate, invent and make big stuff out of cardboard! Session One: Grades 4-6 Session Two: Grades 7-10

Stage Makeup G4-G6

G7-G10

Look into the mirror and transform your face into a myriad of theatrical characters. Learn fundamentals of stage makeup including how to make character masks, old-age effects, realistic bruises and scars and life-like animals.

Stand-up Comedy Class G4-G6

Swordplay & Stage Combat

G7-G10

How many times have friends and family told you that you are so funny you should be on stage? It’s not as easy as it looks, but in this class get the support and inspiration needed to give it a try. Learn to synthesize improvisation, storytelling and acting to write and perform a three-five minute comedy bit.

Summer Players (3 Periods) G7-G10 Put together a full production of a scripted play incorporating lights, sound, set and costumes to perform for parents and fellow campers on Family Festival Night. Learn about the art of theatre while producing a captivating show.

G7-G10

Combine the grace and agility of using a sword with the rough and tumble of combat fighting. Practice the flair and skill of hand-to-hand combat in staged fights, from those that look amazingly real to the craziest kung fu creations. Learn the art of illusion and quick, precise technique—and all with an emphasis on safety.

DANCE Cheer & Dance G2-G3 Shake your pom poms, lift your voice and clap your hands as we groove, stomp, clap, jump and kick our way through a fun summer of cheer dancing.

Dance Creations G4-G6

G7-G10

So you want to make up your own dances? Now’s your chance. Work individually as well as collaboratively to choreograph dances that will be shared at the end of the session.

Hippety Hop G2-G3 This exciting, high-energy class will introduce campers to hip hop, beginning break dancing and movement games to get everyone dancing and moving to the beat. Hippety Hop dancers will develop and improve musicality, coordination and confidence while having fun.


Lyrical Dance

Drumming: Advanced (S2)

G4-G6

G7-G10

Let the song’s lyrics inspire personal artistry and creativity. Dancers learn to tell the story of the music through their movements in this fusion of ballet and jazz dance.

Street Jazz G4-G6

G7-G10

It’s a little bit of jazz, a little bit of hip-hop and a whole lotta fun! Come move, groove, shake and bounce in this high-energy dance class.

MUSIC G4-G6

G7-G10

Center Stage Singers

Drumming G2-G3

G7-G10

Create soundscapes of musical fun. Follow behind Robbie as he leads you to success in rhythm. Discover polyrhythms and syncopated beats and learn the skills and basic techniques of drumming and percussive music.

G7-G10

Flute: Beginner

Piano: Intermediate

Violin 1

G2-G3

G2-G3

Learn to play the flute, a well-beloved and beautiful instrument through the Suzuki method and the teacher’s own instructional style. Class fee: $25

G4-G6

Guitar is one of the most popular instruments to play. Start with the fundamentals and then learn to read tablature, play chords and soon be playing songs. No experience required. Class fee: $25

G4-G6

G4-G6

Students must have completed Piano: Beginner or have taken piano instruction for one school year to select this class. Learn scales, triads and key signatures to move towards more advanced music. No advanced students please. Class Fee $10

Sound Editing

For those who have taken Beginner Flute and would like to continue learning more advanced music as well as ensemble music, this is the class for you. We will review previously learned notes, begin more music that includes note reading, as well as study duets and trios. Class fee: $25

Guitar: Intermediate G4-G6

G4-G6

Aloha! The ukulele is becoming one of today’s most popular instruments for all ages. It’s easy to carry and play. Learn to read tablature, chords and songs. No experience required. Class fee: $25

G2-G3

Start your summer off dancing and singing with your friends! Have a blast learning popular music and dance moves. Learn to read notated music, while practicing healthy vocal techniques, musical accuracy, expression and ensemble skills.

G2-G3

Come and learn the fundamentals of playing the piano. Begin with pre-reading activities and move to more complicated material as music reading ability develops. No experience required. Class Fee $10

Guitar: Beginner

G4-G6

Ukulele

Are you a serious drum student? If you have taken drumming classes for at least two summers, then this class of more advanced and challenging drum techniques and methods can help make you a more accomplished drummer.

G4-G6

Let’s jam! Haven’t you always wanted to join a band? Learn basic skills for a variety of individual instruments — and you choose the instruments. Experiment with the saxophone, trumpet, flute, clarinet, trombone or drums. No experience necessary. Class fee: $25

G2-G3

G2-G3

Flute Choir

Band Works

Piano: Beginner

G7-G10

Build on your previous guitar experience by learning new chords and songs. Examine the guitar’s role in popular music by listening and playing. Class fee: $25

G7-G10 Create an environment of sound using a computer-based editing system. Learn to transfer analogue recordings to computer hard disk, then trim, layer and mix the results. By the end of this class you’ll have the information and the skills needed to start editing your own world of sounds.

Strings Rock! G4-G6

G7-G10

Think only guitarists can rock? Think again! Strings students will learn rock and popular songs. Open to students with at least one year of experience on their instrument: violin, viola, cello or bass.

G2-G3

G4-G6

Learn the basics of playing the violin in a fun group setting. This class is for beginners only. Performance is optional. Class fee: $25

Violin 2 G2-G3

G4-G6

Did you take Violin 1 last year or did you play the violin a few years ago and need a refresher class? Violin 2 is for you! Brush up on the basics of playing the violin and expand on your skills. There is an optional performance at the end of each session. Class fee: $25

Voice Lessons G2-G3

G4-G6

Whether you want to sing for enjoyment, school plays, chorus or auditions, this class will help you reach your full potential. Learn proper breathing, posture, tone production, intonation, diction, phrasing and ear training and you will gain confidence and consistency in your singing.

Sports Ball Games G2-G3 The ball’s in your court as you learn basic skills for a wide variety of games with balls. Play classic games and games you’ve never played. Fun drills will improve ball-handling skills.

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Basketball G4-G6

Gymnastics G7-G10

Here’s a chance to improve your basketball skills to enjoy the game more. Work on dribbling, passing, shooting, lay-ups and ball handling, while improving motor skills, eye-hand coordination and team play. Both boys and girls are invited.

Field Games G4-G6

G7-G10

Come play Ultimate Frisbee, Ultimate Football and capture the flag. Practice throwing and catching skills with the Frisbee and football, as well as learn offensive and defensive strategies. These fun, fast-paced games provide plenty of exercise.

Flag Football G4-G6

G7-G10

Hut one! Hut two! This challenging and enjoyable sport plays like football without the tackling. Gain skills in passing, catching and defending in this non-contact version of football. The play ends when the ball carrier’s flag has been pulled from his or her belt.

Gone Fishin’ (3 Periods) G2-G3

Rising Grades 4-6

G4-G6

Explore the ecosystems of local freshwater ponds and the James River while fishing for bass, catfish, crappie and sunfish. Learn to tie knots, bait hooks and take fish off of hooks to release back into the water. Virginia Outside. Class Fee: $50

G2-G3

G4-G6

Few sports develop strength, flexibility and coordination the way gymnastics does. Work on tumbling skills and floor exercises, vaulting, rope climbing and balance beam.

Jammin’ on the James (3 Periods) G4-G6 Climb, fish, float, hike, hammer, paddle, paint, snorkel and swim as you explore the James River and James River parks, guided by a naturalist, a historian and a wildlife photographer. Investigate plants, mammals, birds, bugs, fish and reptiles and learn about the river and how to enjoy it safely and with respect. Class Fee: $65

Just Jump! G3

G4-G6

Jump into this fun, challenging, heart-healthy class and learn single rope skills, double dutch, partner tricks and long rope games. Jumpers will learn to jump double unders, criss cross, rope releases and so much more! No experience necessary.

Karate G2-G3

G4-G6

Be part of a fast-paced modern martial arts curriculum led by masters from Moi Fah Sports & Performing Arts. Learn basic punches, blocks and combination moves that help build coordination, strength and flexibility. Practice self-control and gain confidence while displaying a positive attitude about yourself and others. MOI FAH Sports & Performing Arts

Rising Grades 7-10

Mountain Biking (3 Periods) G4-G6

G7-G8

Richmond has some of the best urban mountain biking trails around. Develop beginner and intermediate mountain biking skills including steering, shifting, hill climbing and descending, log hopping, dodging obstacles, etiquette, maintenance, safety and more. Bikes provided. Virginia Outside. Class Fee: $50

Power Jump Rope G5-G6

G7-G10

Take a jump rope class that challenges your athletic ability. Focus on single-rope skills, double dutch, rapid fire games, partner tricks and gymnastics moves to develop intermediate and advanced jump rope skills. Previous jump rope experience recommended.

River Rats (3 Periods) G7-G10 Explore the James River Park System through a variety of activities including climbing trees, fishing for giant catfish, swimming through rapids, paddling kayaks, rock climbing, hiking trails, snorkeling, tubing down the river and participate in a volunteer project. Learn to appreciate and enjoy the river safely. Class Fee: $65

Soccer G2-G3

G4-G6

Improve passing, trapping and shooting in this basic skills class. Learn offensive and defensive positioning, plus the strategies that make soccer fun. Develop speed, skill, technique and form.

Swimming: Beginner G2-G3

G4-G6

Learn basic strokes and how to float. Dive and participate in a variety of water games and contests. Of course water safety and pool rules are taught and always emphasized.

Swimming: Intermediate G2-G3

G4-G6

If you can keep yourself afloat and feel comfortable in the water then this is the class for you. Work on stroke technique and participate in a variety of games. Water safety rules will be emphasized.

Swimming: Advanced G4-G6

G7-G10

Want to become a competitive swimmer? Master the four competitive strokes and develop swimming endurance. Participate in a variety of relays and games and dive into the knowledge needed to be a junior lifeguard.

Team Challenges G4-G6 Test yourself and match wits with others as you take part in team challenges, stunts, tumbling and rope activities. Strengthen both mind and body, and learn the importance of working with others to reach a common goal.

Tennis: Beginner G2-G3

G4-G6

New to tennis? The beginner pace of this class will start you out with basic tennis instruction as you develop fundamental skills of the game like groundstrokes, serving and scoring.

Tennis: Intermediate G4-G6

G7-G10

The is the perfect class for tennis students with a strong understanding of the game but want to get more practice through a variety of drills, games and point situations. There will also be free hitting and match-play. Pace of the class is energetic.


Volleyball G4-G6

Chinese Language and Culture G7-G10

Learn the rules and strategies of this popular sport. Through drills and games, learn to serve, pass, volley and block and set and smash the ball.

Enrichment American Sign Language G4-G6

G7-G10

G4-G6

G4-G6

Photograph, write, collect, edit and publish pictures and stories to report on Brilliant Summer’s news and events.

Cool Chemistry

Step into the dynamic world of science, technology and engineering with Mad Science! Create amazing structures, explore space technology with NASA, build your own model rocket, work with lasers, and construct your very own line tracking robot to take home with you! Mad Science Lab Fee: $50

G2-G3

G4-G6

Make things bubble, fizz, splatter and ooze. Learn about solids, liquids and gases and conduct experiments to grow crystals and produce slime. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50

Backyard Zoology

Creative Bloggers

G4-G6

The most amazing science begins in the backyard! Start by identifying and observing some of the simplest organisms and ending with the most advanced. Through discussions and observations, learn about habitats, life cycles and predator-prey relationships. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50

Board Games & Card Games G4-G6

G7-G10

Come inside, cool down and enjoy exciting indoor board and card games that rely on chance, strategy and skill. Play classic games and the latest popular games. You won’t be bored.

Chess Blitz G4-G6

G7-G10

Engage in the basic tactics and strategies of chess. Learn about the game of kings and queens as you improve your chess playing through daily games and strategy sessions. Championship Chess

G7-G10

Experience a hands-on approach to the art, language and culture of ancient and modern China. Learn how to speak and write in Mandarin Chinese and use bamboo brushes to paint Chinese calligraphy. Also learn to count in Chinese and how to use a Chinese calculator called an “abacus.”

Say something without ever speaking a word. Learn American Sign Language and investigate the culture that surrounds this language and the people who speak it.

G2-G3

Photojournalism

G4-G6

G7-G10

Explore the digital side of writing through creative blogging. Join the blogging community on a secure, kid-friendly site where you and your peers can collaborate on and experiment with different types of writing.

Hogwarts Adventure

Rockets, Robots & Radical Structures G2-G3

G4-G6

Smash It! G4-G6

Summer Scientists G2-G3

G4-G6

Explore science by conducting experiments on a daily basis. Learn about chemistry using baking soda, vinegar and a cork. Create an “earth friendly” derby car to test the laws of physics. Cook s’mores in a solar oven while learning about heat transfer and so much more!

Who Dunnit? G4-G6 Become a junior forensic scientist and learn how to solve a crime. Make observations, dust for fingerprints and analyze crime scene data to find out who dunnit? Try to stump your classmates by creating your own crime scenario.

G7-G10

Part journal, part scrapbook- a smash book is all about you! Write, doodle, draw, design, color, and paste on the pages of your smash book. Get inspired with tons of examples or think of your own ideas—it's up to you! You don't need to be an artist or an author to enjoy making a smash book.

G4-G6 Take a ride on the Hogwarts Express for three weeks during day camp. Get sorted into a house, complete with Harry Potter crafts and activities and compete for the Hogwarts House Cup.

Engineering Physics G4-G6

G7-G10

Physics is the study of forces and motion. Learn about gravity, friction, centrifugal force and rotational pull through hands-on experiences. Build bridges and test the load capacity. Engineer launchers and water rockets for flights up to 400 feet! You’ll soon see why physics is fun. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50

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Theatre and Dance Camps Disney's Aladdin Kids

The Little Mermaid Jr.

SPARC and Cadence Theatre Company bring their popular sell-out August Adventure camp back to St. Catherine’s to present Disney’s Aladdin Kids, a musical filled with enchantment and mystery! Adapted from the Disney movie, this musical will have you humming your favorite tunes, such as “Friend Like Me,” “A Whole New World,” and “Prince Ali.” This twoweek summer performance camp is for pre-k through rising grade 4 students. Campers will enjoy rotations of singing, dancing, acting, and arts and crafts as they collaborate to bring this beloved show to life. The final performance will be on August 12. Sign up today and end your summer on a high note! The camp meets Monday-Friday for two weeks: August 1–12, 2016 Ages 4-6 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Cost: $380

Ages 7-9 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost: $510

SPARC and Cadence Theatre Company are making a splash this summer by presenting Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr., adapted from the Broadway show. Students will have a chance to play their favorite characters of both land and sea! This two-week summer performance camp is for students entering grades 5–8. Youth will dive into all aspects of performance, including acting, singing, and dancing as they work together to stage this popular story. The final performance will be on August 12. This is the perfect way to have some summer fun before heading back to school! The camp meets Monday-Friday for two weeks: August 1–12, 2016. Ages 10-13 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost: $510

Latin Ballet of Virginia Day Camp Discover dance while connecting various dance forms to Latin language and culture. Each camp includes classes in Latin dance, ballet, modern and hip-hop. Dance history, drums and percussion, arts, crafts and much more will also be explored. This unique program is taught by professional dancers and musicians who have years of performance and teaching experience to share with students. Each session culminates with a final student performance, based on international legends and myths. Ages 5-14 Half day Session One: June 6-10, 9 a.m.-noon Half day Session Two: June 13-17, 9 a.m.-noon Half day Session Cost: $220 Full day Session One: June 6-10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Full day Session Two: June 13-17, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Full day Session Cost: $330

Extended day care available for ages 4-6 from 1-3 p.m. for a one time additional cost of $120

Register online beginning February www.sparconline.org

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CITY:

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ADDRESS: STATE:

ADULT

LAST NAME:

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FIRST NAME:

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LAST NAME:

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FEMALE

ASIAN/ASIAN AMERICAN

FIRST NAME:

Parent A:

CHILD

OTHER (PLEASE DESCRIBE)

CAMPER T-SHIRT SIZE:

HISPANIC

CHILD’S ETHNICITY (OPTIONAL): AFRICAN AMERICAN

SCHOOL ATTENDING IN THE FALL 2016: NATIVE AMERICAN

CIRCLE: SCHOOL CURRENTLY ATTENDING:

NICKNAME: GRADE IN THE FALL 2016:

FIRST NAME:

LAST NAME:

Child’s Information:

ALL PARTICIPANTS

A final schedule confirming your child’s classes will be sent to you in the spring along with an orientation letter and carpool assignments. On the first day of each session, students will receive a laminated copy of their schedule on the back of their nametag to wear each day of camp. All classes offered are subject to cancellation.

REGISTRATION

Virginia state law requires us to have legal proof of your child’s identity and age on file, and to notify law enforcement authorities if we do not have proof. A certified copy of your child’s birth certificate, birth registration card, or passport must be presented in person prior to attendance. We must have your child’s proof of identity on file before the first day of attendance. Photocopies are not acceptable.

Enclose a copy of your child’s current immunization record with his or her application or mail it separately to the Brilliant Summer office. We must have your child’s immunization record on file before the first day of attendance. By state law, we cannot accept immunization records that are not current.

Schedules & Carpool Assignments

Proof of Identity Required

Current Immunization Record Required

Applications may be submitted online or by mail only. We do not accept applications by telephone, fax or delivered in person. Please complete and print a separate application for each child. We begin processing applications and registering students on February 1, 2016. All applications received prior to February 1 will be marked as February 1 and will be processed in random order on the first day of registration. After February 1, we will continue to accept applications and register children until the programs fill to capacity. The Brilliant Summer program admits students of any race, color, nationality or ethnic origin.

2016 Application


Lunch Option:

ACADEMIC COURSES Child’s Information: LUNCH FEES:

TAKING FOR CREDIT? YES NO

NO

=

TAKING FOR CREDIT? YES

$35

SESSION:

X

SESSION:

(# OF WEEKS)

LAST NAME: FIRST NAME: STUDENT E-MAIL ADDRESS:

COURSE ONE: SESSION:

Course Information: COURSE TWO:

JUNE 20–JULY 8

SESSION ONE

JULY 11–28

SESSION TWO

FULL DAY ($880) (INCLUDES LUNCH) HALF DAY: MORNING ($445) HALF DAY: AFTERNOON ($445) EXTENDED DAY OPTIONS 7:30–8:45 A.M. ($105) 3:45–6:00 P.M. ($180)

11:45 A.M. DAILY

FLUTE CLASSES ($70)

11:45 A.M. DAILY

PIANO CLASSES ($70)

11:45 A.M. DAILY

8:15 A.M. DAILY

VIOLIN CLASSES ($70)

SESSION 1 JUNE 20–JULY 8

SESSION 2 JULY 11–28

VIOLIN, PIANO & FLUTE CLASSES AGE 4½–RISING G1

(THERE IS A $75 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT FOR ALL CAMP SESSIONS)

TOTAL DAY CAMP FEES:

HALF DAY: AFTERNOON ($445)

HALF DAY: MORNING ($445)

FULL DAY ($880) (INCLUDES LUNCH)

FIRST NAME:

(THERE IS A $75 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT FOR ALL ACADEMIC COURSES)

TOTAL ACADEMIC COURSE FEES:

COURSE THREE:

CREATIVE ARTS 3–WEEK CAMPS Child’s Information: LAST NAME:

Day Camp RISING GRADES 2-10

1ST PERIOD

2ND PERIOD

3RD PERIOD

4TH PERIOD

5TH PERIOD

6TH PERIOD

3:45–6:00 P.M. ($180)

7:30–8:45 A.M. ($105)

EXTENDED DAY OPTIONS

Please indicate first, second and third choice classes for each period. See page 22 for full class descriptions. 1ST PERIOD

2ND PERIOD

3RD PERIOD

4TH PERIOD

5TH PERIOD

6TH PERIOD

Young Explorers Day Camp AGE 3½–RISING GRADE 1 SESSION TWO JULY 11–28 FULL DAY ($880) (INCLUDES LUNCH) HALF DAY: MORNING ($445)

HALF DAY: MORNING ($445)

HALF DAY: AFTERNOON ($445)

HALF DAY: AFTERNOON ($445)

(INCLUDES LUNCH)

FULL DAY ($880)

SESSION ONE JUNE 20–JULY 8

YOUNG EXPLORERS DAY CAMP FEES:

28


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PLEASE PACK A LUNCH.

AUG 8-12

WEEK TWO

AUG 1-5

WEEK ONE

8:45–11:45 A.M. ($150)

MORNING

8:45–11:45 A.M. ($150)

MORNING

4TH PERIOD

4TH PERIOD

AFTERNOON 3:45–5:30 P.M. ($65 PER WEEK)

AFTERNOON 3:45–5:30 P.M. ($65 PER WEEK)

MORNING 7:30–8:40 A.M. ($37 PER WEEK)

MORNING 7:30–8:40 A.M. ($37 PER WEEK)

1ST PERIOD BOARD & CARD GAMES DANCE CREATIONS DRAWING & PAINTING

1ST PERIOD BALL GAMES CERAMICS DRAWING & PAINTING SWIMMING

3RD PERIOD CERAMICS DRAWING & PAINTING ORIGAMI 4TH PERIOD BALL GAMES DANCE CREATIONS SWIMMING

3RD PERIOD BALL GAMES BOARD & CARD GAMES DANCE CREATIONS SWIMMING 4TH PERIOD BALL GAMES CERAMICS DRAWING & PAINTING ORIGAMI

EXTENDED DAY $

2ND PERIOD BALL GAMES CERAMICS DRAWING & PAINTING SWIMMING

2ND PERIOD BOARD & CARD GAMES DANCE CREATIONS KARATE ORIGAMI

ORIGAMI

KARATE

RISING GRADES 4-6 & 7-10

8:45 A.M.–3:45 P.M. ($280)

FULL DAY

8:45 A.M.–3:45 P.M. ($280)

FULL DAY

RISING GRADES 2-3

MINI CAMP DAY $

12:45–3:45 P.M. ($150)

AFTERNOON

12:45–3:45 P.M. ($150)

AFTERNOON

FIRST NAME:

Register at the Kenny Center Office or download the brochure at www.st.catherines.org/athletics

ATHLETIC CAMPS

WEEK TWO AUG 8-12

WEEK ONE AUG 1-5

AGE 3½–RISING GRADE 1

Extended Day Care

MINI CAMP DAY $

AFTERNOON, 3RD PERIOD:

AFTERNOON, 3RD PERIOD:

PLEASE PACK A LUNCH.

2ND PERIOD:

2ND PERIOD:

FULL DAY 8:45 A.M.–3:45 P.M. ($280)

FULL DAY 8:45 A.M.–3:45 P.M. ($280)

MORNING, 1ST PERIOD:

AFTERNOON 12:45–3:45 P.M. ($150)

AFTERNOON 12:45–3:45 P.M. ($150)

MORNING, 1ST PERIOD:

MORNING 8:45–11:45 A.M. ($150)

WEEK TWO AUGUST 8-12

MORNING 8:45–11:45 A.M. ($150)

WEEK ONE AUGUST 1–5

RISING GRADES 2-10

Creative Arts Mini Camp: Please Indicate First and Second Choice for Each Period:

AGE 3½–RISING GRADE 1

Young Explorers Mini Camp

LAST NAME:

Child’s Information:

MINI CAMPS


ONE-WEEK DAY CAMPS, THEATRE & DANCE CAMPS

Age Group

Date (IF APPLICABLE)

Half or Full Day

TOTAL CAMP FEES $

(IF APPLICABLE)

Session

Use this space to register for One-Week Day Camps, Youth Digital Camps, and Theatre & Dance Camps. Please fill out all applicable information.

Class Name

ALL PARTICIPANTS Payment & Refund Information

Fee

Each student must pay a non-refundable $75 deposit for each class, camp and/or session. Payments by check should be made payable to Brilliant Summer. After registering, all future changes in registration must be made in writing (via email or written notice) and submitted to the Brilliant Summer office. Full Payment with all applicable fees is due on or before June 1, A $35 service fee will be charged on any returned checks. Please call the Brilliant Summer office at 804-288-2804, etc. 3396 for financial aid or payment options. June 1 is the last day to request a tuition refund, minus the $75 non-refundable deposit. All requests must be made in writing (via email or written notice). With the exception of class cancellation due to low numbers, no refunds will be issued after June 1.

Total Brilliant Summer Fees

Academic Deposit ($75/class) Creative Arts 3-Week Camp Deposit ($75/session) Mini Camp Deposit ($75/class) One-Week Day Camp Deposit ($75/class) Total Brilliant Summer Deposit Due with Application

Deposits Due with Application

Each additional child enrolled in Brilliant Summer from the same family receives a 10% discount on base tuition of equal or lesser cost.

Total Academic Course Fees Total Creative Arts 3-Week Camp Fees Total Mini Camp Fees Total One-Week Day Camp Fees Total Brilliant Summer Fees Due June 1, 2016

I have read and understand the policies of Brilliant Summer as stated in the brochure and agree to abide by the terms outlined above regarding tuition and fees. Your tuition balance is due on or before June 1. Brilliant Summer must be in receipt of your payment or withdrawal notification by these due dates, otherwise you forfeit your child’s place and we bill you for the full tuition. If a withdrawal takes place after June 1 there is no tuition refund. If space is available after these dates and you apply, full tuition payment is due with your (Initial) application in order to register.

The arr./dep. time is

/

Date:

I give permission for photographs or videos of my child or his/her creative works to be published in the brochure or web site. I understand my child will be removed from the campus No (Initial) if he/she engages in behavior inappropriate, illegal or harmful to staff, others, or property. Yes Check if any of the following is applicable: My child has permission to take field trips My child has permission to go off campus for River classes My child has permission to go swimming My child is walking or biking to Brilliant Summer

Signature:

Return completed application and deposit to: Brilliant Summer at St. Catherine’s School | 6001 Grove Avenue | Richmond, Virginia 23226

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Important Information A Note about Classes

A final schedule confirming your camper’s classes will be sent to you in the spring along with an orientation letter and carpool assignments. On the first day of each session, campers receive a laminated copy of their schedule on the back of their nametag to wear each day of camp. All classes offered are subject to cancellation. Due to the creative nature of our program, class activities are subject to change. Students may occasionally attend special performances, participate in games or engage in activities not listed in the class descriptions.

to Brilliant Summer. After registering, all future changes in registration must be made in writing (via email or written notice) and submitted to the Brilliant Summer office. Full payment with all applicable fees is due on or before June 1. A $35 service fee will be charged on any returned checks. Please call the Brilliant Summer office at 804-288-2804, ext. 3396 for financial aid or payment options. June 1 is the last day to request a tuition refund, minus the $75 non-refundable deposit. All requests must be made in writing. With the exception class cancellation due to low numbers, no refunds will be issued after June 1. Each additional child enrolled in Brilliant Summer from the same family receives a 10% discount on base tuition of equal or lesser cost.

All Brilliant Summer programs coordinate to provide a full day of care filled with fun and enriching opportunities. If you are interested in combining classes from different programs, music lessons or tutoring sessions to fill the day, just let us know. Counselors will safely escort your child to and from each activity.

Extended Day

Registration

Day Campers Extended Day Options: A. 7:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m. $105 per session B. 3:45 p.m.–6 p.m. $180 per session (includes snack)

Log-in early to check out our new registration site: st.catherines.org/summer. Any paper applications received prior to February 1 will be marked as February 1 and will be processed in random order on the first day of registration. After February 1, we will continue to accept applications and register children until the programs reach capacity. The Brilliant Summer Program admits students of any race, color, nationality or ethnic origin. If you would prefer to mail your application please use the enclosed application and envelope or call the Auxiliary Programs/Brilliant Summer office: 804-288-2804, ext. 3396

Applications

For Creative Arts 3-Week Camps, be sure to specify your camper’s first, second and third choice classes on mail-in applications. If you do not list three choices or if your requested choices are not available, we may assign your child to an available class.

Payment and Refund Information

Each student must pay a non-refundable $75 deposit for each class, camp and/or session. Payments by check should be made payable

Brilliant Summer offers two extended day options for campers who need to arrive earlier or stay later than the program’s regular hours. Emphasis is on supervised, recreational and creative activities. Enrollment in Extended Day must take place before June 1.

Special Events for Three-Week Day Camps Friday Frolics

Everyone gathers each Friday at the end of the camp day for Friday Frolics, a time for special events, performances or concerts. The carnivallike atmosphere is not only a great way to end the week but gives campers and staff a chance to get together and engage in competitive and artistic activities with an outdoor theme.

Family Festival

St. Catherine’s Brilliant Summer Program holds an evening Family Festival for parents and visitors on July 7 for Session One participants and July 28 for Session Two participants. The festivals are a culmination of the campers’ efforts and provide an opportunity for children to display their artwork and perform music, dance and theatre productions.

Brilliant Summer Office

Schedules & Carpool Assignments

A final schedule confirming your child’s classes will be sent to you by June 1 with an orientation letter and carpool assignments. On the first day of each session, students will receive a laminated copy of their schedule on the back of their nametag to wear each day of camp. All classes offered are subject to cancellation.

A Young Explorer pick-up area B

Violin, piano & flute classes

C Extended day St. Catherine's Lane Carpool Maple Avenue Carpool Washington Carpool 31


6001 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23226 www.st.catherines.org

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