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2014 Extended Studies

Summer Courses

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Santa Fe Christian Pursuing Excellence for Christ

Santa Fe Christian Schools focuses on academic excellence, spiritual growth

and enrichment experiences for PreK through 12th grade students. There is no better way to experience SFC than to visit our campus.

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Registration Information It’s easy to register for extended studies courses online. Simply go to our online registration site at www.sfcs.net and click on Summer 2014 Extended Studies Enroll Now!

838 Academy Drive Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.755.8900 www.sfcs.net

Camps, clinics and courses are open to SFC/Non-SFC students unless otherwise noted.

+ Classes noted with this symbol qualify for graduation credits. Payment is due at the time of registration. You may pay by credit card for your convenience. Your child is not considered registered until full payment has been received. Students are registered on a first-come, first-serve basis and many courses fill up quickly.

Head of Schools Tom Bennett, Ph.D. Upper School Principal Matt Hannan Upper School Assistant Principal Pamela Oden Middle School Principal Todd Deveau, Ed.D. Middle School dean of students Michelle Glenn Lower school principal Hannah Park preschool director Debbie Deardurff EXTENDED STUDIES DIRECTOR Amanda Walker

The mission of Santa Fe Christian Schools is to partner with Christian parents within a Bible–based community, in order to disciple students to embrace biblical truth, strive for academic excellence, and model Christ– like leadership to influence their homes, churches, and communities for Christ.

Required Documents Your child must have one or more forms on file on the first day of class in order to participate. These forms are available on the registration site.* Absences/Make-up Days There will be no make-up days, credits or refunds for absence. If a child cannot attend/return to camp due to illness or accident, a doctor’s note must accompany the withdrawal request. Refunds due to illness will be pro-rated. ATTIRE We expect all students to dress in a manner that honors God, provides for adequate safety on campus, and is respectful and modest in nature. Please refer to the Santa Fe Christian Schools Extended Studies Summer Program Dress Code Expectations online. Cancellation Policy Tuition fees will be refunded if a written cancellation request is received according to the refund schedule detailed below. There is a $25 processing fee for all refunds. Santa Fe Christian Schools reserves the right to cancel any course due to insufficient enrollment. A full refund is provided if the class is cancelled. Note: Classes for academic credit are guaranteed to run. SFC Summer Extended Studies refund amounts are as follows: 100% minus $25 processing fee 50% minus $25 processing fee 0%

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29+ days prior to class start date 15–28 days prior to class start date No refund available 0–14 days prior to class start date.

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SFC SUMMER EXtended Studies program

ConTents ACADEMIC COURSES Algebra Enrichment Course 3 Pre-Algebra/Algebra: Building a Solid Foundation in Math 3 College Application & Essay Writing Workshop 3 Geometry 4 Geometry of the SAT, SAT Math Level 2, and the AMC 4 Geometry of the SAT Math Level 2, AMC, and AIME 4 Jump Start to 7th Grade – Summer Reading 4 Jump Start to 8th Grade – Summer Reading 4 Keyboard Skills/Beginning Graphic Design 5 Kindergarten Readiness 5 Middle School Skills for Success 5 Modern World History (10th Grade) 5 Number Theory: Principles & Problem Solving 6 Touch Typing 6 U.S. History (11th Grade) 6 Upper School Skills for Success 6

sports clinics Athletic Training/Sports Medicine 7 Basketball Skills (K–4th)* 7 Basketball Skills (4th–8th)* 8 Basketball Shooting (4th–8th) 7 Basketball Co-Ed Advanced Shooting (7th–12th) 7 Iron Eagle Football 8 Iron Eagle Multi-Sport 8 Junior & Senior Girls Workout 8 Lacrosse – Boys (4th–12th) 8 Soccer – Middle School Girls 9 Volleyball – Beach 9 Boys Volleyball – Indoor (9th–12th) 8 Co-Ed Volleyball – Indoor (4th–6th) 9 Volleyball – Indoor Co-Ed 7th & 8th 9 Upper School Girls Indoor Volleyball Retreat 9 *4th graders may enroll in either clinic.

SFC Moms Workout Class see page 16 FOR DETAILS

Teacher: Brenna Joyce Cost: $65/student

K–8th graders have the opportunity to learn and hone basketball skills at a Basketball Skills Camp, coached by SFC basketball director & head coach, Chad Bickley.

FUN CAMPS Coach A’s Summer PE Extravaganza 10 Cooking Extravaganza 10 Leadership Camp at U.C. Santa Barbara 10 LEGOLAND 11 LEGOLAND Robotics 11 Lights, Camera, Action… Video Production 101 11 A Little More Broadway 11 Olympic Extravaganza 12 SFC SeaWorld 12 Welcome to Middle School 12 Wildlife Adventure Animal Camp 12

Preschool Camps Camping Adventures 13 Critter Camp 13 Dance Camp 13 Little Chef ’s Kitchen Fun 13 Treasure Island Pirate 14 We’re Diggin’ Dinos! 14 Bugs & Blooms 14 Drama 14 Discovery Science 14 Preschool Musical 15 Superhero Camp 15 Treasure of My Heart Princess 15 Under the Sea 15 After-Camp Care 15

Location: SFC TIMES: Fridays 9–10am

APPENDICES

Dates: SESSION 1: June 13, 20, 27, July 11 SESSION 2: July 18, 25, August 1, 8

Appendix A: Preschool Camps by Date 16 Appendix B: K–12 Classes/Grade Eligibility 17

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Courses Academics

Algebra Enrichment Course This course is for students entering the 7th grade who will be taking Algebra 1 in the 2014/15 school year. The concepts that will be covered will include those on the Common Core Standards for 7th grade math that were not covered in 6th grade math. Teacher: Joy Stephenson Dates/Times: June 23–27; M–F; 7:30–9:30am Cost: $245/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 7th graders Enrolled SFC students only.

Pre-Algebra/Algebra: Building a Solid Foundation in Math The Pre-Algebra/Algebra course exposes students to a wide variety of basic algebraic topics taught from a problem solving perspective. Students will explore integers and fractions and prove their answers through drawings. Fractional drawings will be based on the use of pattern blocks. Students will make tables and graphs from experiments and word problems. By studying these graphs, students will examine the rate of change over time. The class focuses on understanding concepts versus rule memorization. All mathematical concepts are taught with an emphasis on real-world application and through a biblical worldview.

College Application & Essay Writing Workshop Weeks 1 and 2: Students will receive instruction on college essay writing: accurately answering the essay prompt, writing in their own voice, and learning how to stand out from the crowd. English teachers will assist students in brainstorming, outlining, drafting, editing and revising their essays. By the end of the workshop, students will have two to three polished college essays. Week 3: Santa Fe Christian School counselors will assist students with finalizing their college lists, completing the Common Application and beginning the University of California Application. English teachers will be available to work with students individually on additional essays or Common Application Supplements. Teacher: Sabrina Villagran, Kathy Hofmaier, Steve Strimple, Nancy Olah, & Jeralyn Johns Dates/Times: July 21–August 8; M–F; 9am–12:30pm Cost: $305/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 12th graders Enrolled SFC students only.

Teacher: Barb Latt Dates/Times: July 28–August 8; M–F; 10:30am–12:30pm Cost: $305/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming Pre-Algebra students (6th–7th grade), Incoming Algebra students wanting a refresher (8th grade) Enrolled SFC students only. ENR OL L O N L I N E AT WW W.SFCS.NE T

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Geometry

+ Students earn academic credit for passing this course. This is a six week course in the study of Euclidean Geometry. The following topics will be covered: the language and logic of geometry, parallelism, congruent triangles, triangle inequalities, quadrilaterals, similarity, right triangles, circles, geometric constructions, area of plane figures, solid geometry, coordinate geometry, and transformational geometry. Please note: Because this course is for academic credit, daily attendance is required. Teacher: Joy & Grant Stephenson Dates/Times: June 9–July 18; M–F; 10am–2pm (No class July 4) Cost: $905/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th–10th graders

Geometry of the SAT, SAT Math Level 2, and the AMC After students take Geometry in high school they see very little of it again until they take the SAT. The purpose of this class is to help reinforce and build on the concepts students learned in high school geometry to help them answer all the geometry related questions that show up on the SAT and SAT Level 2 Math Exams. Geometry is also one of the topics that show up the most on the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). The AMC is the largest mathematics competition in the world and more and more top universities are requesting a student’s AMC score for math related majors such as engineering and computer science. Hence in this math camp there will also be a focus on problem solving with geometry to help students with problems that show up on the AMC. It is recommended that the student has already completed a regular High School Geometry class.

Geometry of the SAT Math Level 2, AMC, and AIME This geometry class starts where the Geometry class offered the week before this one left off. The purpose of this class is to help reinforce and build on the concepts students learned in high school geometry to help them answer all the geometry related questions that show up on the SAT Level 2 Math Exams. Geometry is also one of the topics that show up the most on the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). The AMC is the largest mathematics competition in the world and more and more top universities are requesting a student’s AMC score for math related majors such as engineering and computer science. Hence in this math camp there will also be a focus on problem solving with geometry to help students with the kinds problems that show up on the AMC and the American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME). It is recommended that the student has earned an ‘A’ in a regular High School Geometry class. Teacher: Mike Maxon Dates/Times: June 17–20, 23; T–F, M; 9:30am–1pm Cost: $175/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th–12th graders

Jump Start to 7th Grade – Summer Reading Get a jump start on the reading, vocabulary, and writing activities seen in 7th grade by completing part of your Summer Reading Assignment. Acquire a deeper level of literary understanding while improving reading speed and developing study skills.  Students will also get a head start on the first essay of the school year. All reading and activities will be done in class—NO HOMEWORK!  Teacher: Christine Rogers Dates/Times: July 28–August 1; M–F; 8–10:30am Cost: $190/student

Teacher: Mike Maxon Dates/Times: June 9–11, 13, 16; M–W, F, M; 9:30am–1pm Cost: $175/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th–12th graders

SFC Moms Workout Class see page 16 FOR DETAILS

Teacher: Brenna Joyce Cost: $65/student Location: SFC TIMES: Fridays 9–10am Dates: SESSION 1: June 13, 20, 27, July 11 SESSION 2: July 18, 25, August 1, 8 SIGN UP @ Www.sfcs.net

Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 7th graders Enrolled SFC students only.

Jump Start to 8th Grade – Summer Reading Get a jump start on the reading, vocabulary, and writing activities seen in 8th grade by completing part of your Summer Reading Assignment. Acquire a deeper level of literary understanding while improving reading speed and developing study skills.  Students will also get a head start on the first essay of the school year. All reading and activities will be done in class—NO HOMEWORK! Teacher: Christine Rogers Dates/Times: August 4–8; M–F; 8–10:30am Cost: $190/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 8th graders Enrolled SFC students only.

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Keyboard Skills/Beginning Graphic Design The first section of each class (approximately 45 minutes) is an instructional typing/keyboarding course intended to increase typing skills including accuracy, letter location, and speed. Students typing less than 30 words per minute will work to learn key location and accuracy. Students typing faster than 30 words per minute can work to increase their speed and accuracy.

Middle School Skills for Success Designed for Middle School success, this week-long session is a fun, fast-paced, innovative class which teaches successful study skills such as note taking, study strategies to study “smarter, not harder.” This course also includes test-taking tips to reduce anxiety and improve performance, learning styles and memory techniques, as well as time management and organizational skills. A great introduction to life at SFC Middle School, this course is designed to interest and equip top students and the not-so-motivated students.

The second section of each class (approximately 75 minutes) is an introductory course in graphic design using Microsoft Publisher. Student concentration will include using color, placement, images and creativity.

Please note: Course fee includes class manual, materials, and daily refreshments.

Teacher: Linda Carter

Cost: $265/student

Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 9–11am

Location: SFC Main Campus

Cost: $155/student

Eligible Students: Incoming 6th–8th graders

Teacher: Katie Pratt Dates/Times: July 28–August 1; M–F; 12:30–3pm

Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 6th–8th graders

Kindergarten Readiness Kindergarten Readiness Camp is a wonderful opportunity for students to get a head start in kindergarten. Students will have a chance to spend time in the kindergarten classroom, on the playground, and in other areas of the campus. They will become familiar with kindergarten materials and begin to learn kindergarten skills such as writing their name the “kindergarten way.” They will also become familiar with classroom routines and expectations. In addition, this camp experience will help rekindle or create new relationships with friends and the kindergarten teachers. Kindergarten Readiness Camp will help students be “ready to go” when schools starts as the beginning of school stress will be minimized and will give them an academic, social, and emotional advantage. Teacher: Kim Nicodemus Dates/Times: July 28–August 1; M–F; 9am–12pm Cost: $235/student

Modern World History (10th Grade) + Students earn academic credit for passing this course.

Students will study the major eras and turning points in modern world history from the 14th century through the present. In addition, the course will focus on history through a Biblical world view and how God’s hand is evident throughout the course of modern world history. Please note: Because this course is for academic credit, daily attendance is required. Teacher: Jed Jones Dates/Times: June 9–July 18; M–F; 10am–2pm (no class July 4) Cost: $905/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 10th graders

Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming Kindergarteners Enrolled SFC students only.

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Number Theory: Principles & Problem Solving* Number theory is a beautiful branch of mathematics that is neglected in most high school curriculums. This class will explore and develop basic and intermediate number theory from the ground up, giving students required background knowledge for solving problems involving number theory on high school math competitions. No previous knowledge of number theory is required. Emphasis is on problem solving and algebraic and numerical techniques for solving various types of questions that might appear on high school math contests such as the AMC and AIME. There will also be emphasis on proving and fully understanding any axioms or theorems used in class. Problem sets will be diversified and varied to challenge both inexperienced and experienced high school students. Students can be expected not just to learn a ton of new math in a new subject area, but to also develop exceptional problem solving skills. This class will give students the necessary background and problem solving toolkit to solve just about any AIME number theory question that students may come across. Students desiring to improve their AMC/AIME score will greatly benefit from this class and students simply interested in number theory or students desiring to improve their mathematical problem solving skills by learning a new branch of mathematics will also greatly benefit from this class.

U.S. History (11th Grade)

+ Students earn academic credit for passing this course. This class is a six-week course that satisfies the high school requirement of American History and includes themes required by the California State Framework. In addition, this course also focuses on our country’s founding on Judeo-Christian principles, as well as the Christian influence on American culture. The course takes a chronological approach to the American experience from 1877 to present, with the primary focus being on 20th Century history. The course moves at a rapid pace, covering the equivalent of a week’s worth of material in one day. Please note: Because this course is for academic credit, daily attendance is required. Teacher: Dan Egan/Rick Black Dates/Times: June 9–July 18; M–F; 10am–2pm (no class July 4) Cost: $905/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 11th graders

*Students must have already completed Algebra I and be willing to work hard and ask questions.

Upper School Skills for Success

Teacher: Micah Lyle

Designed for Upper School success, this week-long session is a fun, fast-paced, innovative class which teaches successful study skills such as note taking, study strategies to study “smarter, not harder.” This course also includes test-taking tips to reduce anxiety and improve performance, learning styles and memory techniques, as well as time management and organizational skills. A great introduction to life at SFC Upper School, this course is designed to interest and equip top students and the not-so-motivated students.

Dates/Times: July 7–11, 14,16, 18; M–F, M, W, F; 9am–12:15pm Cost: $175/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th–12th graders

Touch Typing Touch typing is an important skill for students of all ages. Some of the benefits include: 1. Get more work done in less time. 2. Increase in speed and accuracy. 3. Focus on content and less on mechanics. 4. Reduced physical strain on back, neck, wrists, eyes. 5. Reduced computer-related stress and frustration. 6. Improved future job prospects.

Teacher: Katie Pratt Dates/Times: July 28–August 1; M–F; 9–11:30am Cost: $265/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th –11th graders

Students will use a variety of software, techniques, and keyboards to improve touch typing skills. This class teaches students not only how to type, but to know the value and joy of typing as well. Course is open to all skill levels. Teacher: Gary Sandvik Dates/Times: July 28–August 1; M–F; 9am–12pm Cost: $165/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 4th–9th graders

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SPORTS ClinICS Athletic Training/Sports Medicine This course is an engaging, hands-on introduction to the field of Sports Medicine. Those students interested in pursuing careers in sports medicine, EMT, paramedics, athletic training or physical therapy will be provided with the unique opportunity to play an active role in assessments and treatment of athletes involved in SFC sports programs. Participants will receive training in assessing injuries, taping, stretching, rehabilitation, injury response and first aid. After an initial period of training, seminar attendees will actively work with the Head Athletic Trainer, Kristal Peterson, in support of SFC athletic events. Those participants who complete the course will be eligible to serve as Athletic Training Assistants during the 2014/15 school year. This is a fantastic opportunity to not only experience Sports Medicine first hand, but to gain valuable experience for college and career applications. Teacher: Kristal Peterson Dates/Times: August 5–9; Tu–S; 9:30–11:30am Cost: $250/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th–12th graders

Basketball Shooting (4th–8th) This camp is focused on teaching shot and footwork techniques. This is a great way to learn how to shoot the basketball with fun creative drills that will greatly improve technique in one week. This camp is designed to improve shooting regardless of skill level. COACH: Chad Bickley Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 1pm–4pm

Basketball Co-Ed Advanced Shooting (7th–12th) This is high level workout that focuses on advanced moves that help players take their game to the next level. It is a high-level intensity camp that will focus on many forms of shooting. Teacher: Chad Bickley Dates/Times: June 30–July 2; M–F; 9am–1pm Cost: $200/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 7th–12th graders

Basketball Skills (K–4th)* This camp is designed to develop each player’s fundamental basketball skills and overall playing ability in fun sessions of intense instruction and competition. Each camper will learn basketball in an environment that promotes sportsmanship and helps develop a love for the game. Camp will provide instructions on improving every part of the game: shooting, footwork, passing, ball handling/ dribbling, defense and game play. * 4th graders may participate in this clinic, the one for 4th–8th graders, or both. COACH: Chad Bickley Dates/Times: June 23–27; M–F; 1pm–3pm Cost: $150/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming K–4th graders

Cost: $160/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 4th–8th graders

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Basketball Skills (4th–8th)*

Junior & Senior Girls Workout

This camp is designed to develop each player’s fundamental basketball skills and overall playing ability in fun sessions of intense instruction and competition. Each camper will learn basketball in an environment that promotes sportsmanship and helps develop a love for the game. Camp will provide instructions on improving every part of the game: shooting, footwork, passing, ball handling/ dribbling, defense and game play.

Get fit and have fun! No matter what your exercise experience, this workout is for you! Ladies who are looking to supplement their sport in the off-season as well as those who are new to exercise will benefit. During this action-packed hour you will get a total body workout including cardiovascular, strength, balance, core and agility work to burn fat and develop strength. We will utilize a variety of bands, medicine balls, and your own body to create resistance. Please bring a mat, towel and bottle of water.

* 4th graders may participate in this clinic, the one for K–4th graders, or both. COACH: Chad Bickley Dates/Times: SESSION 1: June 16–20; M–F; 9am–1pm SESSION 2: June 23–27; M–F; 9am–1pm Cost: $160/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 4th–8th graders

Brenna Joyce, M.A., is a Certified Personal Trainer by the American Council on Exercise, holds a Master’s in Kinesiology and is a Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor. She does personal training and teaches group fitness at UCSD, The Salk Institute as well as with in-home clients. Teacher: Brenna Joyce Dates/Times: SESSION 1: June 11, 18, 25, July 2, 9; Wednesdays only; 9–10am session 2: July 16, 23, 30, August 6, 13; Wednesdays only ; 9–10am Cost: $80/student Location: SFC Main Campus

Iron Eagle Football

Eligible Students: Incoming 11th & Incoming/Outgoing 12th grade girls

This summer training will incorporate a foundation in strength, pre-habilitation, weight lifting techniques, speed and agility drills, core training, general and specific conditioning, and post workout recovery techniques. Body composition, strength, balance, coordination, speed, and power are all essential to success in sports. For SFC football players only. Teacher: Trevor Love Dates/Times: June 16–July 25; M–F; 7:30am–9:30am (no class July 4) Cost: $355/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th–12th graders Enrolled SFC students only.

Iron Eagle Multi-Sport This course will target the strength and speed that is necessary for success in various sports. It will also include plyo-metric training, stretching and flexibility, prehab and rehab, and conditioning. It provides an excellent foundation for all athletes preparing for their upcoming seasons.

Boys Lacrosse (4th–12th)

Cost: $355/student

This camp is designed to develop each player’s fundamental lacrosse skills and overall playing “IQ” in fun sessions of intense instruction and competition. Each camper will learn lacrosse related skills in an environment that promotes sportsmanship and helps develop a love for the game. Players will be separated by grade and placed in proper groups according to their skill level.

Location: SFC Main Campus

COACH: Tom DeMaio, SFC Head Lacrosse Coach

Teacher: Trevor Love & Mark Andriany Dates/Times: June 16–July 25; M, Tu, Th, F; 10am–12pm

Eligible Students: Incoming 6th–12th graders

Dates/Times: June 3rd–6th; Tu–F; 9am–2pm Cost: $295/student Location: SFC Upper Field Eligible Students: Incoming/Current 4th–12th grade boys

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Girls Soccer (6th–8th)

Indoor Co-Ed Volleyball (4th–6th)

This camp is designed for students to learn the fundamentals of soccer and develop their game. We will work on various skills such as passing, trapping, dribbling, and understanding how to position yourself during a game. We will develop game strategy and teamwork while having fun during the process.

This camp is designed for players who want to learn and improve on the basics of volleyball. These camps will ensure proper technique while maximizing the amount of touches on the ball. There is no substitution for repetition. Technique is the foundation, repetition the process, accountability the means, and a fun and encouraging environment is the structure to develop and strengthen an athlete’s potential.

COACH: Kevin Friday Dates/Times: June 19–20, M–Th; 9–11:30am Cost: $200/student Location: Del Mar “Dog Beach” (North Beach) Eligible Students: Incoming 6th–8th graders

Teacher: Leslie Easterling Dates/Times: August 4–6; M–W; 8:30 –11:30am Cost: $125/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 4th–6th graders

Beach Volleyball Students will be instructed in the basic and advanced skills of serving, passing, setting, and spiking through drills and games. Additional instruction will include beach volleyball skills such as: shot placement, beach digging and diving. Game strategy for doubles as well as exposure to the four-man game will be covered. COACH: Gail Malone Dates/Times: SESSION 1: June 16–19, M–Th; 8:30–11am SESSION 2: July 28–31, M–Th; 8:30–11am

Indoor Co-Ed Volleyball (7th & 8th) This camp is designed for players who want to learn and improve on the basics of volleyball. These camps will ensure proper technique while maximizing the amount of touches on the ball. There is no substitution for repetition. Technique is the foundation, repetition the process, accountability the means, and a fun and encouraging environment is the structure to develop and strengthen an athlete’s potential.

Cost: $185/student

Teacher: Leslie Easterling

Location: Del Mar “Dog Beach” (North Beach)

Dates/Times: August 4–6; M –W; 12:30–3:30pm

Eligible Students: Incoming 6th–8th graders

Cost: $125/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 7th–8th graders

Indoor Boys Volleyball (9th–12th) This camp is designed for players that have some playing experience and want to improve technique while maximizing amount of touches on the ball. Teacher: Leslie Easterling Dates/Times: June 23–26; M–Th; 4:30–7:30pm Cost: $200/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th–12th graders

Indoor Girls Volleyball Retreat (9th–12th) Students will be instructed by the SFC coaches in the basic and advanced skills of serving, passing, setting, digging, and spiking through drills and games. Game strategy will include six-man offense and defense. Throughout the camp schedule there will be team devotions and team bonding activities. All food will be provided for the entire camp/retreat. Monday campers will spend the night in the SFC gym. Tuesday evening, campers will go home and return Wednesday morning to finish camp. Teacher: Gail Malone, Luis Cuatok Dates/Times: July 14–16; M, W; 8am –12pm

SFC Moms Workout Class see page 16 FOR DETAILS

Cost: $230/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 9th–12th graders

Teacher: Brenna Joyce Cost: $65/student Location: SFC TIMES: Fridays 9–10am Dates: SESSION 1: June 13, 20, 27, July 11 SESSION 2: July 18, 25, August 1, 8 SIGN UP @ Www.sfcs.net

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FUN CAMPS Coach A’s Summer PE Extravaganza Do you love P.E. style games like ultimate Frisbee, dodgeball, kickball, and 3 on 3 basketball? This two-week camp will be a great way for you to get active this summer and have fun. All we will do is play, play, and play in a fun and competitive (yet friendly) environment! Teacher: Mark Andriany & Trevor Love Dates/Times: SESSION 1: June 30–July 11; M, Tu, Th, F; 1–3pm session 2: July 14–25; M, Tu, Th, F; 1–3pm Cost: $255/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 6th–8th graders

Cooking Extravaganza Let’s mix it up this summer! Your child will have fun measuring, pouring, scooping, and mixing in this summer camp. This is a hands-on class which will include different recipes each day! There will even be a “create your own dish day” in which young chefs will invent their own recipes from a selection of ingredients. Come cook with us! Teacher: Beth House & Jeannette Litts Dates/Times: July 28–August 1; M–F; 9am–1pm

Leadership Camp at U.C. Santa Barbara Join Ms. Parish, Middle School Activities Director for a three-day Leadership Camp at UC Santa Barbara. The Association of Student Leadership (CADA) Annual Summer Leadership Camp program will allow your young leader to become a dynamic student leader, successful presenter, effective communicator, and well-rounded team player. Middle school students will be organized into councils under the guidance of credentialed CADA staff members assisted by CADA trained CASL student officers. This camp provides a great setting to develop personal and interpersonal skills, and helps to ensure future success in high school, college and the 21st century work force.

Location: SFC Main Campus

It is staffed by professional and credentialed educators and has been training California student leaders for 28 years. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to grow as a Christian leader of tomorrow!

Eligible Students: Incoming 1st–5th grade

Teacher: Keri Parish

Cost: $285/student

Dates/Times: July 7– July 9; M–W; 6:30am departure; 6pm return Cost: $595/student; Must register by May 15. Location: UC Santa Barbara Eligible Students: Incoming 6th–8th graders

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LEGOLAND LEGO builders wanted! Join SFC for a week long Summer Day Camp to LEGOLAND California! Every day your child will learn

Lights, Camera, Action… Video Production 101

how to design and build models and machines. This camp will build memories of a lifetime! Children in the camp will create mini theme park rides, build a solar car, and learn just like the master builders at LEGOLAND. Throughout the week, campers will enjoy the thrill of the roller coasters, rides and shows, including the new attractions at LEGOLAND. Campers will also explore the LEGOLAND Water Park on one day and visit the SEA LIFE Aquarium on another day.

Students will learn the basics of how to make a great movie in this twoday workshop! In the first half of Day 1, students will consider film composition, theme and pre-production planning, followed by lunch. The second half of the day includes a filming field trip where students will implement what they have learned. Day 2 focuses on learning the basics of Adobe CS5 Premiere (industry standard) in a fun, projectbased environment. This is a great learning experience for students who desire to explore film editing while having fun with a team.

Teacher: Beth House

Teacher: Keri Parish

Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 8:30am–3:30pm

Dates/Times: Session 1: June 9–10; M, Tu; 8am–2pm Session 2: June 11–12; W, Th; 8am–2pm

Cost: $285/student Location: SFC Main Campus & Bus to LEGOLAND Eligible Students: Incoming 1st–2nd graders

Cost: $155/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 5th–8th graders

LEGOLAND Robotics New! Green City Challenge! Join SFC for a week long Summer Day Camp to LEGOLAND California! Every day campers will build and program robots to solve real life challenges to keep the tabletop city scape “green.” Campers can build a power plant, wind turbine, solar panel houses, and more! Robots will complete missions like cleaning up trash in the city park and delivering recyclables. Campers will explore the wonders of science and technology while having fun with the classic LEGO building experience! Throughout the week, campers will end the day with the thrill of the roller coasters, rides, and shows. Campers will also explore the LEGOLAND Water Park on one day and visit the SEA LIFE Aquarium on another day.

A Little More Broadway Come join us for a fantastic summer opportunity at SFC. Campers will learn the basics of musical theater, including singing, acting, dancing, costumes, makeup and props. Build confidence if you’re a beginner, or sharpen your vocal and acting technique as a lead character if you’re ready for the next step. Auditions will be held on Monday, and a camp production will be put on at the end of the week—open to friends, family, and the public.

Teacher: Beth House

Whether you’re an experienced performer wanting to gain more experience and training for other SFC production opportunities or someone who just needs a little more confidence in front of people, this camp is for you!

Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 8:30am–-3:30pm

Teacher: Amy Kennard

Cost: $285/student Location: SFC Main Campus & Bus to LEGOLAND Eligible Students: Incoming 3rd–6th graders

Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 9am–12pm Cost: $199/student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 1st–6th graders

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Welcome to Middle School Ideal for students new to SFC or new to Middle School this year. Come for three action-packed days to prepare for your Middle School experience. Meet new friends, get familiar with campus, explore your passions, interests, gifts and talents and learn a few great tips for communicating with teachers, getting organized and managing your time. Get ready to set some goals for your first year of Middle School during these three fun-filled days… jump in and dream big! Teacher: Keri Parish Dates/Times: August 4–6; M–W; 8–11am Cost: $105/student Location: SFC Main Campus

Join us for a week of active competition as we make each of your students into SFC Olympians! They’ll feel the thrill of being a part of a team; learn how to work hard to achieve; practice the display of honorable sportsmanship; and have a lot of fun. Flags, medals, tradition, and action. Your student won’t want to miss their chance to be a part of this camp. Teacher: Amy Kennard Dates/Times: June 9–13; M–F; 9am–12pm Cost: $199/ student Location: SFC Main Campus Eligible Students: Incoming 1st–4th graders

SFC SeaWorld SFC campers will be traveling to SeaWorld San Diego and experiencing an exciting behind the scenes adventure! SeaWorld instructors will share fascinating facts about SeaWorld’s most exotic animals, including killer whales, dolphins, sharks, and animals from the Arctic. Campers will explore hands on activities in a shark lab, make a shark tooth necklace, and dissect a squid! We will also enjoy all the rides and shows SeaWorld has to offer. Prepare to get wet! Teacher: Beth House Dates/Times: July 14–18; M–F; 8:30am–3:30pm Cost: $285/student Location: SFC Main Campus & Bus to SeaWorld Eligible Students: Incoming 1st–6th graders

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Eligible Students: Incoming 6th–8th graders Enrolled SFC students only.

Wildlife Adventure Animal Camp SFC campers will get a chance to explore the animal kingdom with up close and personal encounters of a variety of animals! The week will include a behind the scenes private tour of the San Diego Zoo, Helen Woodward Animal Center, a trek of the San Diego Safari Park (Wild Animal Park), and a visit to the famous Birch Aquarium. Campers will also be spending one day visiting the animals at the San Diego County fair. Crafts and recreational activities will also be included. This is a one of a kind camp experience – don’t miss it! Teacher: Beth House Dates/Times: June 9–13; M–F; 8:30am–3:30pm Cost: $285/student Location: SFC Main Campus & Bus to locations Eligible Students: Incoming 1st–6th graders

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PRESCHOOL Camping Adventures

Dance Camp

A camping we will go! Let’s enjoy the outdoors! We will pitch tents, make crafts, play games, eat s’mores and more.

Five, six, seven, eight… come to camp and don’t be late! Join us for an active week to learn some dance basics, play dance themed games, complete crafts, and finish out with a performance to show mom and dad all that we’ve learned! Activities will include basic stretching, technique, and choreography. No prior dance knowledge/experience necessary.

Teacher: Kristina Harper Dates/Times: June 9–13; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

Teacher: Sarah Corso Dates/Times: June 9–13; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus

Critter Camp All creatures great and small – the Lord God made them all! This is the camp for the animal lover! Children will learn to handle and care for: fish, a leopard gecko, a tortoise, a hamster, a bunny, a parakeet, a cat, and a dog.

Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

Little Chef’s Kitchen Fun

Location: SFC Preschool Campus

The benefits of cooking with kids are endless! Our culinary adventures will include breakfast foods, side dishes, snacks, main dishes, and desserts which will be kid friendly, fun recipes. Learn cooking by watching, feeling, smelling, tasting, and hands on experiences. Fun kitchen crafts, including your own apron, chef ’s hat, and recipe book will also be part of the cooking experience.

Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years

Teacher: Brenda Wilson

*This camp is not recommended for students with allergies. Teacher: Jamie Holtkamp Dates/Times: June 9–13; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student

Enrolled SFC students only.

Dates/Times: June 9–13; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

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Treasure Island Pirate

Bugs & Blooms

YO HO, YO HO, THE PIRATES CAMP FOR ME! Shiver Me Timbers and Awww Coconuts! Set sail this summer as we learn that God loves pirates too. We will sail the seven seas, dig for buried treasure, play games, win lots of pirate’s booty, and hear the Biblical truths about God’s love for everyone.

It’s summer time! Let’s explore the bugs and blooms that make this season so beautiful! We will be playing some bug games, planting flowers in our own painted pots, creating collage art using different leaves and flowers, singing nature songs, making unique bugs of our own, and even enjoying a cup of “dirt” treat by the end of the week. Join in discovering God’s creation in fun and interactive ways!

Teacher: Sujey Greene Dates/Times: June 9–13; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

Teacher: Renee Doherty Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

We’re Diggin’ Dinos! Come explore the world of dinosaurs like never before! Now is the time to act like a dino, dig like a dino, and discover their world. If you love dinosaurs, this is the place to be! Be prepared to dig into this daring dinosaur adventure! Teacher: Renee Doherty

Drama Calling all show stoppers! Children will learn stage etiquette, costume preparation, social stage interactions, and put on a small show at the end of the week.

Dates/Times: June 9–13; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm

Teacher: Jamie Holtkamp

Cost: $205/student

Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm

Location: SFC Preschool Campus

Cost: $205/student

Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years

Location: SFC Preschool Campus

Enrolled SFC students only.

Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

Discovery Science Let’s explore the world of science by conducting some amazing experiments. Did you know that you can make snow in the summer? Explore the wonders of flubber, make a pop rocket, and so much more! We will create, experiment, play, and discover the wonderful world that God made for us. Teacher: Kristina Harper Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

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Treasure of My Heart Princess Come get the royal treatment this summer! Enjoy dress-up, building sandcastles, decorating treasure boxes, creating fabulous jewels, and participate in an enchanting tea party. Spend a week discovering how we are all daughters of the one true King. Teacher: Sujey Greene Dates/Times: June 23–27; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

Preschool Musical Together, together, everyone! Together, together, come on let’s have some fun! Come join Miss Sujey for a song-filled week! We will sing our favorite tunes and learn some new ones too. We will make and play different instruments. At the end of the week our preschool musical will put on a show for moms and dads! Teacher: Sujey Greene Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm

Under the Sea Join us for ocean adventures! We will play games, make crafts, and go on a treasure hunt to find jewels hidden under the sea. Teacher: Kristina Harper Dates/Times: June 23–27; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

Superhero Camp It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s super hero camp! Everyone wants to be a superhero and here’s your chance. Boys and girls are welcome as we discover what it takes to be a hero and discover that Jesus is our true superhero! Games, crafts, and stories will add up to be a super week of fun! Teacher: Sarah Corso Dates/Times: June 16–20; M–F; 8:30am–12:30pm

After-Camp Care After camp care provided for preschool students enrolled in summer camp. Teacher: SFC Preschool Teacher Dates/Times: session 1: June 9–13; M–F; 12:30–4pm session 2: June 16–20; M–F; 12:30–4pm session 3: June 23–27; M–F; 12:30–4pm Cost: $105/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool students enrolled in an SFC summer camp. Enrolled SFC students only.

Cost: $205/student Location: SFC Preschool Campus Eligible Students: Preschool ages 3–5 years Enrolled SFC students only.

SFC Moms Workout Class see page 16 FOR DETAILS

Teacher: Brenna Joyce Cost: $65/student Location: SFC TIMES: Fridays 9–10am Dates: SESSION 1: June 13, 20, 27, July 11 SESSION 2: July 18, 25, August 1, 8 SIGN UP @ Www.sfcs.net

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APPENDIX B: K–12 classes/GRADE ELIGIBILITY* Class Name in alphabetical order

*Grade level as of Fall 2014

LOWER SCHOOL Page

MIDDLE SCHOOL

K

1

2

3

4

5

6

10

11

12

A Little More Broadway

11

Algebra Enrichment Course

3 •

Athletic Training/Sports Medicine

7 •

Basketball Shooting

7

Basketball Co-Ed Advanced Shooting

7

Basketball Skills (K–4th)

7

Basketball Skills (4th–8th)

8

Coach A’s Summer PE Extravaganza

10

College Application & Essay Writing Workshop

3

Cooking Extravaganza

10

Geometry

4 •

Geometry of SAT, SAT Math Level 2, AMC

4

Geometry of SAT Math Level 2, AMC, AIME

4

Iron Eagle Football

8 •

Iron Eagle Multi-Sport

8

Jump Start to 7th Grade – Summer Reading

4

Jump Start to 8th Grade – Summer Reading

4

Junior & Senior Girls Workout

8

Keyboard Skills: Beginning Graphic Design

5

Kindergarten Readiness

5

Lacrosse – Boys

8

8

UPPER SCHOOL 9

7

Leadership Camp at U.C. Santa Barbara

10

LEGOLAND

11 •

LEGOLAND Robotics

11

Lights, Camera Action.: Video Prod. 101

11

Middle School Skills for Success

5

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Modern World History (10th Grade)

5

Number Theory: Principles & Problem Solving

6

Pre-Algebra/Algebra: Building a Solid Foundation in Math

3

Olympic Extravaganza

12

SFC SeaWorld

12

Soccer – Middle School Girls

9

Touch Typing

6

U.S. History (11th Grade)

6 •

Upper School Skills for Success

6

Volleyball – Beach

9

Volleyball – Boys Indoor

9

Volleyball – Co-Ed Indoor (4th–6th)

9

Volleyball – Co-Ed Indoor (7th–8th)

9

Volleyball Retreat – U.S. Girls Indoor

9

Welcome to Middle School

12

Wildlife Adventure Animal Camp

12

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Junior Chad Licup sings in SFC’s Chamber Chorale. Under the direction of Rhonda Fleming, the Chorale regularly performs for SFC functions and in the community.


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