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A A M Register online at stchas.edu/learnforlife or call 636-922-8233.


ARE YOU READY? college for all kids & teens too! – Ages 4-16

Quality programming College for All Kids programs are designed to attain the following goals: • Provide hands-on exploration in specialized fields such as science, math, language arts, computer science, visual/performing arts and fine arts. • Provide challenging experiences and intellectual stimulation for students to develop their special interests. • Expose students to a learning atmosphere that will motivate them to achieve their highest potential.

Safe We are committed to ensuring your child’s safety. All instructors and staff have passed a background check, and camp assistants are CPR certified and Epi-Pen trained. Parents must sign their child in and out daily.

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Diverse Join College for All Kids for a funfilled summer with so much variety you will never get bored! Our camps range from culinary to technology and everything in-between! You will definitely find a program that your child will love.

Fun Our instructors and staff are committed to making sure your child has a blast at camp with lots of fun, hands-on activities and cool projects. Fridays are fun days with extra activities and an ice cream bar after lunch. What can be more fun than that? Kids have the option of purchasing lunch in the Student Center cafeteria or bringing lunch from home. Don’t forget to send a snack each day – students are busy with activity and get very hungry.

$4.75 will cover lunch and drink (water bottle or Sunny D). Who knows, your child may meet his or her new BFF at camp!

Flexible Come for a half-day camp or full-day camp, or come for the whole summer. Our before- and after-care program gives working parents the flexibility your family needs!

Get your welcome packet After registering, make sure to download the welcome packet at stchas.edu/learnforlife – click on Summer Camps then follow the underlined link at the top of the page. The packet includes important information you should know plus a welcome letter, menu options and an emergency form that must to be returned one week prior to camp.

Before- and After-Care Program Available! Before-care is available at 7 a.m., and after-care is available until 5:45 p.m. The minimum age for students to attend is 5 years old. There will be no after-care available for half-day camps.

Register early! Limited availability.


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• Young Artists (Ages 5-6) • Kids in the Kitchen (Ages 7-12) • Extreme LEGO® Robotics Engineering (Ages 9-13) • Let’s Go Flying: Aviation (Middle School)

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• Junior Detectives Reading Adventure (Ages 7-9) TWO-WEEK CAMP • Bogey, Birdie and Par Golf (Ages 7-12) • Hip Hop Dance (Ages 10-12)

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• Computer Animation (Ages 9-12) • Percy Jackson Olympians, Lightning Thief (Ages 7-12) • Blast Off Into Outer Space (Ages 7-12)

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Painting Art Academy (Ages 7-11) • SCC Soccer Kicks (Ages 5-14) Comedy Theater (Ages 10-16) • Stop Motion/Movie Trailer Ballet and Jazz Dance Pizazz (Ages 5-7) Filmmaking (Ages 10-14) Harry Potter® (Ages 7-12)

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• Creative Chemistry (Ages 7-12) • Project Runway and Fashion Design (Ages 10 and up) • Pop Star Dance (Ages 9-12) • iCreate Web Computer (Ages 11-15)

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Lions, Tigers and Bears Animal camp (Ages 4-5) Explore the wild! Go on a safari to create lions, tigers, bears and more. Enjoy animal games, animal crafts, storytelling with animal puppets and music. Make a mask of your favorite animal and join the parade! 9 a.m.-noon June 17-21 M-F $95

Shining Stars Theater (Ages 4-5)

Princess Ballet and Tap (Ages 4-5) This camp is designed to be your child’s first independent exploration into dance. Skills of dance such as coordination, movement quality and developmentally appropriate motor skills will be explored. Come enjoy the excitement of dance! 10-11 a.m. June 3-7 M-F $39

Come move your feet to a funky beat! Music, movement, drama and artistic expressions will be the focus of this highenergy, fun camp designed to be an introductory theater camp experience. Lots of theater games, dancing, group movement and beginning acting techniques will be explored for your child to become a shining star! 9 a.m.-noon July 8-12 M-F $95

Kinder Science (Ages 4-5) Calling all young scientists! Discover the wonders of your world through science and creativity. Listen to stories, explore the outdoors, and experiment with fun, hands-on activities such as making flubber, glitter suncatchers and ocean wave bottles. Who knew science and nature could be so much fun! 1-4 p.m. June 3-7 M-F $99

Spanish for Tots (Ages 4-5) Close your eyes and travel to Argentina and Spain! Immerse yourself as we play Argentine games and sing their songs. Learn about new animals and count them in espaĂąol. Our imaginary plane will take us to South America where we will speak the way they do. We will then ride a cloud to get to Spain where the adventure continues with crafts, stories and lots of fun! 9 a.m.-noon June 10-14 M-F $95

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Circus Fun (Ages 4-5) Come one, come all! Your tot will use motion and musical instruments as they march to circus music and learn new tunes along the way. Tots will create their own puppet and perform on the magical puppet stage. A circus would not be complete without a few magic tricks, balloon art and face painting! 9 a.m.-noon July 15-19 M-F $99


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Kids in the Kitchen (Ages 7-12)

Kinder Science (Ages 5-6)

Love to be in the kitchen? Growing gourmets will have the opportunity to cook and have fun! Immerse yourself with cooking techniques, tools of the trade, basic etiquette, nutrition, safety and even a little kitchen math. Students will make gourmet sandwiches, homemade pizzas, cupcakes, pasta and more. There will be a recipe book and other goodies to take home. You won’t go hungry! 9 a.m.-noon June 3-7 M-F $105

Calling all young scientists! Discover the wonders of your world through science and creativity. Listen to stories, explore the outdoors and experiment with fun, hands-on activities such as making flubber, glitter suncatchers and ocean wave bottles. Who knew science and nature could be so much fun! 9 a.m.-noon June 3-7 M-F $99

Geocaching – The Search for Treasure! (Ages 9-12)

This camp will teach aspiring young performers how to present oneself in an audition setting. You will work on a variety of different audition scenarios from preparing a song cutting to monologue work to cold reading. Learn how to dress for the audition, how to keep a casting director’s attention, how to format a resume and how to present yourself in the best possible way. By the end of the week, you will have gained the confidence and preparation awareness for all future audition settings. 9 a.m.-noon June 3-7 M-F $165

Welcome to the high-tech treasure hunt. Join us for one of the fastest growing outdoor activities. Using handheld GPS units, you will hike SCC for buried caches. Be the first group to master reading a map and coordinates, learn the importance of maintaining your logbook, and use Internet sites to update data that can be used by other hunters. After this week, you will be able to direct your own family on a similar adventure. 9 a.m.-noon June 3-7 M-F $95

An American Girl’s Life (Ages 7-12) Enjoy the week with Josefina, Kirsten, Rebecca, Molly and Julie. Journey into each doll’s time period. Explore a way to be helpful or charitable, and choose a project to make for your favorite charity. Plant a garden, learn Spanish, eat chocolate fondue, create a scrapbook and more! 9 a.m.-4p.m. June 3-7 M-F $165

Audition Workshop (Ages 11-16)

Computer Game Design (Middle School) Don’t just play the game – make it! This camp is an introduction into the awesome world of video game creation. Design your own arcade games, platform games, adventures and screensavers. You select your own heroes and monsters. At the end of the academy you will be able to save your game to play on your computer at home. 9 a.m.-4p.m. June 3-7 M-F $185

CSI: Mystery to Trial (Ages 7-12) Step into the shoes of a crime scene investigator. A mystery needs to be solved! Working together as a Crime Scene Unit, you will take crime scene photographs, search for clues and start a case file to keep track of the evidence. Learn real procedures for collecting fingerprints and analyzing blood spatter from a forensic expert, put clues together and interview witnesses to find the truth of the mystery. A mock trial will be held on the final day of camp. Discover how forensic experts and witnesses testify in court. Play the jury and decide whether the evidence was properly handled, and deliver a verdict. 9 a.m.-4p.m. June 3-7 M-F $165

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Lego® Robotics Engineering (Ages 7-9) LEGOS®+ Robots + Computers = Education, the LEGO® way! Designed for younger LEGO® builders, you will build lego models featuring working sensors and motors, simple programming techniques, principles of simple and complex machines and gearing your own creativity. Work in teams using NXT Mindstorm Robotics Kits. Projects include: cars, tanks, animals, sports equipment, robotic arm simulator and more! 9 a.m.-noon June 10-14 M-F $115

Search and Rescue Lego® Robotics (Ages 7-9) Hip Hop Dance (Ages 7-9) Do you want to dance like Justin Bieber or Willow Smith? Hip-hop dance is everywhere! Learn the latest urban dance, hip-hop moves and jazz routines. You will move to funky aerobic hip-hop steps in jamming combinations. You will choreograph moves and show off your own style. Bring your BFF and don’t miss out. Performance on last day. 9 a.m.-noon June 10-14 M-F $95

Cupcake Wars (Ages 7-12) Do you love to make cupcakes and watch Cupcake Wars on the Food Network? In this amazing camp, you can let your imagination and creativity run wild as you discover how to use icing, flavorings, candy clay, gumpaste and candies and turn them into creations of art! Each day you will be given a theme. On the final day, we will have our very own cupcake wars. Teams will create a business name and a logo. Are you up for the challenge? Aprons will be provided. Students will bring home a CD with recipes and baking tips. 9 a.m.-noon June 10-14 M-F $105

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Create, program and control robots designed to respond to simulated disaster situations such as moving rubble and retrieve targets. Use LEGO® Robotic NXT kits and computers to learn robotics, computer programming and teamwork. NO BEFORE CARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS CAMP. 1-4 p.m. June 10-14 M-F $105

Design Girls (Ages 9 and up) Have you ever looked at Pinterest and saw a project you really wanted to make but never did? Now is your chance! Learn how to make and design crafts and turn inspirations into your own designs. Projects can range from creating jewelry, clothing, home decor, wall art and organic beauty products. You will soon realize that with the right materials, you can make almost anything. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 10-14 M-F $179

Theater Skills (Ages 8-16) Learn the basic theatrical skills that cover all aspects of a production with a different focus each day. You will spend a brief amount of time on audition work and move on to script writing, acting skills, improvisation, costume and set design and how to give the best performance possible. NO PERFORMANCE AT END OF CAMP. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 10-14 M-F $165


Week of June 10

Computer Animation (Ages 9-12)

Blast Off Into Outer Space (Ages 7-12)

Experience a multimedia camp adventure where computer characters are at your command! Let your imagination run wild as you learn programming basics with Scratch software through interactive storytelling. Students will think creatively while learning how to program their own stories, games and design animations with their own graphics and sounds. Projects include music videos, interactive toys, visual art and more. Share your creations on the Web. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 10-14 M-F $185

Design, build and launch your own rocket out of paper, bottles, tubes and more. Learn about thrust, lift, balance and force while experimenting with several forms of propulsion such as chemical reactions and pressures. Teams will develop a business plan to create a rocket for NASA to use for space tourism. From designing, creating budgets, building and launching, you determine which team will be the next to send their rockets on a space vacation. If we can make it launch, it is going up! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 10-14 M-F $169

Percy Jackson Olympians, Lightning Thief (Ages 7-11) Join Percy and his friends as mythological monsters and the gods of Mount Olympus walk straight out of the pages of Percy’s Greek mythology textbook right into this fun and imaginative camp! Do you have what it takes to fight your way through a world of mythological monsters and dangerous demi-gods? If you find your way to camp half-blood, you just may learn to fight like a real hero, save mythological creatures and battle the powers of the underworld. Only you can complete your quest! (With the help of your friends, of course!) 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 10-14 M-F $165

Week of June 17 Masterchef (Ages 7-12) Step up and become a culinary master! Immerse yourself with advanced cooking techniques, tools of the trade, basic etiquette, nutrition, safety and even some kitchen math. Growing gourmets will be making delectable delights from breakfast to dinner in preparation for the final cookoff. A CD of all recipes and cooking information will be given to all masterchefs. Aprons provided. Bring a water bottle each day and wear closed-toed shoes. Prerequisite: Must have taken Kids in the Kitchen or have prior kitchen experience. 9 a.m.-noon June 17-21 M-F $105

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Week of June 17

Lego® Robotics (Ages 9-13)

Take your engineering skills to a new level using LEGO® Mindstorms Robotics. Discover the challenges that make robotics technology accessible using problem solving techniques. Create your robot using basic computer programming, principles of simple and complex machines, gearing and your own creativity. Teams will attempt to exploit the design weaknesses or incidental mechanical advantage of their opponents’ robots. Projects include: car with rack and pinion steering, lawn mower, puppy and many more. A perfect blend of math, science and fun! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 17-21 M-F $225

Comedy Theater Camp (Ages 10-16) Do you like to make people laugh or dream of being a standup comedian? Come laugh with us every day as you learn a variety of theater games and improvisational games. Perform your own comedy sketches and commercials for your friends and family for a performance on the last day. LOL! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 17-21 M-F $165

Ballet and Jazz Dance Pizazz (Ages 5-7) This camp is high-energy dance at its best with jazz and ballet techniques. Dynamic choreography will help put your moves in action. Design and decorate your own T-shirt on the last day as you perform for your family and friends. 10 a.m.-noon June 17-21 M-F $65

Harry Potter® (Ages 7-10)

Painting Art Academy (Ages 7-11) The day begins with a painting project in the morning based on either a particular artist, like Vincent Van Gogh, or a concept such as a still-life or a self-portrait. Craft projects such as paper mache, sculpture, Sculpey® clay, mosaics, collage, painted vases, bookmaking and more. Bring your imagination and creativity, and we will provide lots of fun and imaginative projects to take home. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 17-21 M-F $179

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Calling all Muggles! Spend an enchanting week learning all about Harry Potter. Learn the Hogwarts Way by making magical wands and secret potions and discovering the proper care for magical creatures. Conquer different challenges and games where you can earn and lose points for the House Cup. By the end of the week you will master SCC’s version of Quidditch and become Harry Potter trivia experts. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 17-21 M-F $165


Week of June 17

SCC Soccer Kicks (Ages 5-14) Get your game on! Discover your highest level of game play on SCC’s collegiate soccer field. Improve your soccer skills, techniques, field sense, physical strength and fitness and sportsmanship. Camps conducted by SCC head men’s and women’s soccer coaches. T-shirt included. 9 a.m.-noon June 17-21 M-F $95

Stop Motion/Movie Trailer Filmmaking (Ages 10-14) Take your filmmaking to the next level! Stop-motion animations are created by using multiple still images to form a movie. Learn how to do stop motion to create a music video, or mini movie, or commercials or movie trailer. Create your own storyboard and use video editing software to edit animations and sync with music. The animations will come to life with the addition of music, special effects and professional titles. A creative, fun atmosphere for the young filmmaker! Invite your family and friends to your very own film festival. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 17-21 M-F $185

Week of June 24 Young Artists Camp (Ages 5-6)

Kids in the Kitchen (Ages 7-12)

Get ready for fun! Eric Carle’s The Hungry Caterpillar and The Grouchy Ladybug books will be the inspiration as we create art projects based on his colorful books. Sculpt a favorite character or animal with paper mache, design a mobile for the garden, eat a fruit caterpillar and more. Camp will be held at the St. Charles County Arts Council. We will walk to the library next door for storytime and visit the area garden to see nature up close. 9 a.m.-noon June 24-28 M-F $105

Love to be in the kitchen? Growing gourmets will have the opportunity to cook and have fun! Immerse yourself with cooking techniques, tools of the trade, basic etiquette, nutrition, safety and even a little kitchen math. Students will make gourmet sandwiches, homemade pizzas, cupcakes, pasta and more. There will be a recipe book and other goodies to take home. You won’t go hungry! 9 a.m.-noon June 24-28 M-F $105

Extreme Lego® Robotics Engineering (Ages 9-13) LEGOS® + Robots + Computers = Super science fun! For students who have taken a LEGO® Robotic Camp before, students will work in pairs to use LEGO® Mindstorm NXT Robotic kits. Program your robot to meet advanced challenges and design your own system. Students will also work with Solar LEGO® Energy Kits and build solar energy cars, wind turbines and a solar energy system. Bring along your enthusiasm and imagination, and we will have a blast with robotics fun! Bring your digital camera to camp. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 24-28 M-F $225

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Week of June 24 Let’s Go Flying: Aviation Camp (Middle School)

Extreme Computer Game Design Explore many of the possible aviation careers and meet ex- (Middle School) perts from those fields. Learn the fundamentals of flight by designing, building and testing your own model aircrafts. Take a field trip to the Spirit of St. Louis Airport in Chesterfield where you will witness airport operations first-hand and learn more about what it takes to have the right stuff. You will also tour an operational air traffic control tower and get up close and personal with a few different types of airplanes and helicopters. Learn the tactics to succeed using computers that allow you to fly various challenges with flight simulators. Taught by a commercially rated helicopter pilot. 9 a.m.-noon June 24-28 M-Th $139 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. F

Ready to make your monsters and heroes advance to the next level? This camp is designed for those who have experience with computer game design programs. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 24-28 M-F $185

Superhero Camp (Ages 7-10) Kapow! BAM! Splat! Transform yourself into your favorite superhero. Create masks and capes, build an action game, and design, illustrate and write your own comic book. Dream to be your version of the Invisible Woman, XMen, Super Girl and Spiderman. The sky is the limit! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 24-28 M-F $175

Broadway Musical Theater Revue (Ages 10-16) Perform in a musical revue! You will get a chance to pick music from shows such as Rent, Annie Get Your Gun, Shrek, Beauty and the Beast, Guys and Dolls, Oklahoma, Wicked and Les Misérables. and participate in choreographed routines. Vocal instruction and dance terminology will be taught as you work on the revue. A performance will be held on Friday. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 24-28 M-F $165

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Junior Detectives Reading Adventures (Ages 7-9) Jump start your reading potential in this two-week camp! Practice literacy skills using the A-Z Mystery Book. Journal your clues and learn reading strategies to decode your mystery. Illustrate, solve and publish your own adventures. Start the school year with more confidence in your reading! 9 a.m.-noon June 24-28 M-F $169 July 8-12

Bogey, Birdie and Par Golf (Ages 7-12) Want to be the next Ricky Fowler? Learn the basics such as putting, chipping, correct stance, proper swing and golf etiquette. Camp will include lessons every day at Golf Headquarters in O’Fallon. The last day ends with nine holes of golf at the neighboring Pheasant Run Golf Course, lunch and an awards ceremony. T-shirt included. Must supply own golf clubs. Balls will be supplied. 8-9:30 a.m. June 24-28 M-Th $129 8-11:30 a.m. F


Week of June 24

Hip Hop Dance (Ages 10-12) Hip-hop dance is everywhere! Learn the latest urban dance, hip-hop moves and jazz routines. You will move to funky aerobic hip-hop steps in jamming combinations. You will choreograph moves and show off your own style. Bring your BFF and don’t miss out. 9 a.m.-noon June 24-28 M-F $95

Week of July 8 Lego® Robotics Engineering (Ages 7-9) LEGOS® + Robots + Computers = Education, the LEGO® way! Designed for younger LEGO® builders, you will build

Cupcake Wars (Ages 7-12) Do you love to make cupcakes and watch Cupcake Wars on the Food Network? In this amazing camp, you can let your imagination and creativity run wild as you discover how to use icing, flavorings, candy clay, gumpaste and candies and turn them into creations of art! Each day you will be given a theme. On the final day, we will have our very own cupcake wars. Teams will create a business name and a logo. Are you up for the challenge? Aprons will be provided. Students will bring home a CD with recipes and baking tips. 9 a.m.-noon July 8-12 M-F $105

lego models featuring working sensors and motors, simple programming techniques, principles of simple and complex machines and gearing your own creativity. Work in teams using NXT Mindstorm Robotics Kits. Projects include: cars, tanks, animals, sports equipment, robotic arm simulator and more! 9 a.m.-noon July 8-12 M-F $115

Search and Rescue Lego® Robotics (Ages 7-9) Create, program and control robots designed to respond to simulated disaster situations such as moving rubble and retrieving targets. Use LEGO® Robotic NXT kits and computers to learn robotics, computer programming and teamwork. NO BEFORE-CARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS CAMP. 1-4 p.m. July 8-12 M-F $105

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Week of July 8

Collage and Mixed Media Art Camp (Ages 9-12) Get ready for an eclectic and artistic week! Learn to work with a variety of materials from homemade porcelain, collage, sumi ink, acrylic paints, clay and more. Explore periods in art history to inspire some of the projects like pop art, abstract expressionism and surrealisim. The ultimate art camp to get creative and bring home lots of cool projects! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 8-12 M-F $175

Raging Reaction Lab/Grossology (Ages 7-12) Do you love to gross people out? In this ghastly camp, you will have burping contests, learn about farts and poop shoots and make fake barf, blisters and scabs. Not gross enough? Campers will also dissect owl pellets, make slime and learn about the physiology of snot. There will be experiments with Mentos and Coke, and we’ll make pop and bottle rockets and self-inflating balloons. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 8-12 M-F $165

Making Movie Magic (Ages 10-14) Ever wanted to fly on screen like Superman or walk on an alien planet? Here’s your chance! Create your own short film through the whole process from storyboards to script writing to editing. Learn how to use a chromo key screen to take your audience on an adventure that is out of this world! You will leave the camp with your original movie on DVD. Invite your family and friends to your very own film festival. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 8-12 M-F $185

Drama Camp (Ages 10-16) All the world’s a stage! Experience the exciting process of theater through scene work and characterization. You will audition for a specific published play on the first day. For the following four days, you will block the play, work on characterization and gather props and costumes. A final performance will be on Friday. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 8-12 M-F $165

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Week of July 15

Masterchef (Ages 7-12) Step up and become a culinary master! Immerse yourself with advanced cooking techniques, tools of the trade, basic etiquette, nutrition, safety and even some kitchen math. Growing gourmets will be making delectable delights from breakfast to dinner in preparation for the final cookoff. A CD of all recipes and cooking information will be given to all masterchefs. Aprons provided. Bring a water bottle each day and wear closed-toed shoes. Prerequisite: Must have taken Kids in the Kitchen or have prior kitchen experience. 9 a.m.-noon July 15-19 M-F $105

Lego® Robotics (Ages 9-13)

Take your engineering skills to a new level using LEGO® Mindstorms Robotics. Discover the challenges that make robotics technology accessible using problem solving techniques. Create your robot using basic computer programming, principles of simple and complex machines, gearing and your own creativity. Teams will attempt to exploit the design weaknesses or incidental mechanical advantage of their opponents’ robots. Projects include: car with rackpinion steering, lawn mower, puppy and many more. A perfect blend of math, science and fun! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 15-19 M-F $225

Journey to Middle Earth (Ages 11-16) Come explore rich history and setting of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth using the book and movie adaptions of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Create your own character using the history and lore that Tolkien has created. This is a writing intensive camp, and we will use those characters to recreate scenes from the book and movie. You will draw maps, discuss fantastical creatures, create clothing, design shields and flags and role play. Song writing, gardening, riddle competitions and making a hobbit meal will make each student feel immersed in this world. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 15-19 M-F $175

Physics, Flight and Vehicles (Ages 7-12) Blast into a fun-filled week. Design, build and launch airplanes, flying gadgets, motor vehicles, hot air balloons and more! Learn the physics behind flight, and race your vehicles for speed and distance. You will learn the tactics to succeed as pilots using computers that allow you to fly with flight simulators. Watch the flight club perform aerobatics with their remote control airplanes, and learn how they control the flight and distance for their planes. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 15-19 M-F $175

Computer Game Design (Middle School) Don’t just play the game – make it! Introduction into the awesome world of video game creation. Design your own arcade games, platform games, adventures and screensavers. You select your own heroes and monsters. At the end of the academy you will be able to save your game to play on your computer at home. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 15-19 M-F $185

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Week of July 15

Shoot and Score – Girls Basketball (Ages 9-14) Take your basketball game to the next level! Learn footwork, shooting, dribbling and pass techniques to become a better, more complete basketball player. Each day will include skill clinics, scrimmages and competitions. Tuition includes a T-shirt. 8 a.m.-noon July 15-19 M-F $135

Shining Stars Theater (Ages 5-6) Come move your feet to a funky beat! Music, movement, drama and artistic expressions will be the focus of this highenergy, fun camp designed to be an introductory theater camp experience. Lots of theater games, dancing, group movement and beginning acting techniques will be explored for your child to become a shining star! 9 a.m.-noon July 15-19 M-F $95

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Week of July 22 Kids in the Kitchen (Ages 7-12) Love to be in the kitchen? Growing gourmets will have the opportunity to cook and have fun! Immerse yourself with cooking techniques, tools of the trade, basic etiquette, nutrition, safety and even a little kitchen math. Students will make gourmet sandwiches, homemade pizzas, cupcakes, pasta and more. There will be a recipe book and other goodies to take home. You won’t go hungry! 9 a.m.-noon July 22-26 M-F $105

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Extreme Lego® Robotics Engineering (Ages 9-13) LEGOS® + Robots + Computers = Super science fun! For students who have taken a LEGO® Robotic Camp before, students will work in pairs to use LEGO® Mindstorm NXT Robotic kits. Program your robot to meet advanced challenges and design your own system. Students will also work with Solar LEGO® Energy Kits and build solar energy cars, wind turbines and a solar energy system. Bring along your enthusiasm and imagination, and we will have a blast with robotics fun! Bring your digital camera to camp. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 22-26 M-F $225


Week of July 22

Roald Dahl’s Revolting Recipes and Wacky Stories (Ages 7-9)

Project Runway and Fashion Design (Ages 10 and up)

Roald Dahl is one of our greatest storytellers. Explore how literacy and cooking come together in this hands-on unique experience. Make an enormous crocodile, create golden tickets and make your own chocolate factory. Recipes include: peach juice, strawberry-flavored, chocolate-covered fudge and edible marshmallow pillows. Get your creative juices flowing as you create your own version of poems and stories similar to the ever entertaining Roald Dahl. 9 a.m.-noon July 22-26 M-F $99

The ideal camp for all fashionistas where you are the star. As you know with fashion, you are either in or you are out! Start with making your own fashion inspiration board and find out what the challenge of the day will be. Learn proper sewing techniques to create your own clothing and jewelry designs. At the end of the week, show off your glamorous creations on the catwalk. Florence Dewan, chair of the Lindenwood Fashion Department and collaborator of the St. Charles Fashion Week Fashion Show will inspire you to be a top designer along with her top design students. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 22-26 M-F $199

Creative Chemistry (Ages 7-12) What do you get when you mix fun, curiosity, learning and excitement? Recipes for creative chemistry. Conjure up gum drop molecules, ice cream in a can, water bottle rockets, crystal snowflakes and other bizarre concoctions. You’ll want to do these experiments over and over again. Chemistry has never been so much fun! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 22-26 M-F $165

Popstar Dance (Ages 9-12) Get ready! Learn new moves and dance basics just like your favorite popstars. Master jazz and modern dance techniques to dynamic choreography. Design and decorate your own T-shirt to wear on the last day you as perform for your family and friends. 9 a.m.-noon July 22-26 M-F $95

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Week of July 22

ICreate Web Computer Camp (Ages 11-15)

Computer Game Design (Middle School)

Create your own video scrapbook and comic book, animate your own stories, stylize your images and edit videos online. Learn how to use Glogster, Animoto, Wordle, Comic Master, Blabberize, Storybird and Go Animate. Have a blast posting your creations on your own digital portfolio website! 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 22-26 M-F $185

Don’t just play the game – make it! Introduction into the awesome world of video game creation. Design your own arcade games, platform games, adventures and screensavers. You select your own heroes and monsters. At the end of the academy you will be able to save your game to play on your computer at home. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 22-26 M-F $185

Minute To Win It Gym Games (Middle School) Do you love the show Minute to Win It? Have a blast playing the gym games you love along with challenges from the show. Kick ball, mat ball, capture the flag, frisbee golf, blob tag, poison ball, dodgeball and more. Gym time has never been so fun! 1-4 p.m. July 22-26 M-F $95

Week of July 29 Cupcake Wars (Ages 7-12) Do you love to make cupcakes and watch Cupcake Wars on the Food Network? In this amazing camp, you can let your imagination and creativity run wild as you discover how to use icing, flavorings, candy clay, gumpaste and candies and turn them into creations of art! Each day you will be given a theme. On the final day, we will have our very own cupcake wars. Teams will create a business name and a logo. Are you up for the challenge? Aprons will be provided. Students will bring home a CD with recipes and baking tips. 9 a.m.-noon July 29-August 2 M-F $105

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Lego® Robotics Engineering Camp (Ages 7-9) LEGOS® + Robots + Computers = Education, the LEGO® way! Designed for younger LEGO® builders, you will build LEGO® models featuring working sensors and motors, simple programming techniques, principles of simple and complex machines and gearing your own creativity. Work in teams using NXT Mindstorm Robotics Kits. Projects include: cars, tanks, animals, sports equipment, robotic arm simulator and more! 9 a.m.-noon July 29-August 2 M-F $115


Week of July 29

Murder Mystery Theater Camp (Ages 11-16) Develop and perform your very own murder mystery. Discuss what makes murder mysteries effective and everyone will develop a character that you will compile into a complete production. A writing intensive camp that will culminate in a performance of the original work on Friday. 9 a.m.-4p.m. July 29-Aug. 2 M-F $165

Clowning Around (Ages 5-8) Enter the world of magic, circus, comedy and gags. Create balloon animals, learn magic tricks, work with puppets, and discover how funny you can be! Discover the secrets of magic and take home your tricks to share with family and friends. Camp taught by a professional clown of 25 years. It’s a fun week under the big top at SCC. 9 a.m.-4p.m. July 29-Aug. 2 M-F $165

Shoot and Score – Boys Basketball (Ages 9-14) Take your basketball game to the next level! Learn footwork, shooting, dribbling and pass techniques to become a better, more complete basketball player. Each day will include skill clinics, scrimmages and competitions. Tuition includes a T-shirt. 8 a.m.-noon July 29-Aug. 2 M-F $135

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Week of August 5

Mad Science – Mad Inventors Camp (Ages 7-12) Creative Contraption Warning! This is camp designed by you – the inventor! Each day you’ll be given a series of challenges which must be overcome using basic materials, simple machines, tips from the world famous inventors and the most important thing of all – your mind. With a little bit of ingenuity you’ll construct catapults and forts and then lay siege, fabricate a winning egg drop design, construct a dancing robot and assemble a working light saber to take home. While Thomas Edison said invention is 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration, this camp is 100 percent fun! NO AFTER CARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS CAMP. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 5-9 M-F $225

Cakepop and Cupcake Challenge (Ages 7-12) Join us for a week of creating the hottest trends this year – cupcakes and cake pops! During this week, students will learn how to decorate a variety of different cupcakes and cakepops in beautiful and creative ways. On the last day we will have our very own cupcake and cake pop wars, where you will be able to put in practice what you have learned all week. Each day bring home yummy treats for your friends and family! 9 a.m.-noon Aug. 5-9 M-F $105

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Around the World in Five Days (Ages 5-12) Travel the world without leaving the campus! Each morning participants will enjoy food, art, music and activities from cultures around the world. By week’s end, your child will have traveled the world with the passport to prove it. Children will be broken into groups based on age ranges. NO AFTER-CARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS CAMP. Parents, if you are enrolled in the ESL Learner Study of U.S. Culture and Community class, call for a discount price. 9 a.m.-noon Aug. 5-9 M-F $105


Hey, Parents! We have classes for you, too. Your kids shouldn’t be the only ones having fun this summer … Perfect your tennis game, create tasty camping foods, or maybe you want to beat your best running time? Whatever your interests are, we have a class for you! Have fun and learn something new! • Wine and art – paint your pet

• Instant guitar

• Wine glass painting – flip flop designs

• Principles of professional songwriting

• Run your best 5K

• Online classes for both personal and professional interests

• Master your household schedules • Drawing, acrylic and oil painting classes • Fitness classes including yoga, pilates, zumba, bellydancing and tennis • Fabulous vacation and camping foods plus a variety of other culinary classes

Check out a complete listing of classes at stchas.edu/learnforlife.

• Computer training classes from beginners to advanced, including Microsoft and Adobe • Classes that lead to certificate programs in personal training, home inspection, paralegal, Microsoft and food protection

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