Summer Camps 2023

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Welcome to UMS-Wright Summer Programs 2023! Our programs build on the mission of our school by providing academic, athletic, and creative opportunities that ignite new passions and foster current interests. This summer, we will continue to offer full-time care through our Beginner (K3), Climber (K4-K5), Junior (1st-2nd), and Senior (3rd-6th) day camps. These run throughout the summer and can be scheduled according to the weeks you need them. Additionally, we will offer over 50 academic, athletic, and specialty camps both familiar and new. Interested in mix-and-matching camp options? Learn more about that on pages 5. We cannot wait for you to learn from our expert staff and dive head-first into both familiar and new experiences as we aim to provide your child with A Clear Path for Potential

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1st-2nd

K5-6th Cheer Camp

K5-8th Baseball Camp

K5-8th Pitching Clinic

2nd-6th Golf Clinic

K5-1st Beginners Swimming

1st-8th Girls Basketball Camp

1st-6th Soccer Camp

4th-6th All Over Athletics

3rd-8th Lacrosse Camp

1st-6th Boys Basketball Camp

2nd-5th Aquadawg Swim Clinic

3rd-6th Softball Camp

1st-8th Tennis Camp

1st-8th Terry Curtis Football Camp

3rd-8th Volleyball Camp

9th-10th Driver’s Education

K4-2nd Mad Scientist Camp

3rd-4th The ABCs of Acting

5th-8th Adrenaline Extreme

5th-6th How to Duel on Stage

5th-8th Ocean Adventures

K4-2nd Young Artist Camp

3rd-6th Funky Physics

2nd-5th Technology Camp

3rd-6th Wonders of Weather

3rd-6th Amazing Abstracts

K4-2nd Sports-A-Palooza Jam

2nd-5th Photography Camp

4th-8th Girls Just Want to Have Fun

K3 Kollege

K4-3rd Christmas in July: Nutcracker Dance Camp

3rd-5th The Cookery Project: Latin Week!

7th-8th Waterville Adventure

K4 Kickoff

K5-2nd The Cookery Project: Mediterranean Week!

5th Master Your Mac

K5 Slip N’ Slide

3rd-6th Beginners Sewing

6th-8th The Cookery Project: Advanced Culinary Techniques

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Waitlists

Due to the popularity of many camps, waitlists do occur. To place your child on a waitlist, please email Sarah Forwood at sforwood@ums-wright org.

Cancellations and Non-Refundable Deposits

Once you register for a summer camp, a non-refundable deposit of $25 will be scheduled to be charged to your FACTS account the week the summer camp starts. If you cancel prior to the registration deadline, you will receive all of your money back minus the $25 non-refundable deposit. Any cancellations after the deadline will result in no refund Your last chance to cancel for each summer program and to receive any money back is by the deadline.

Switching

If you need to switch your child from one camp to another, please email Sarah Forwood at sforwood@ums-wright.org. There are no guarantees we can accommodate requests for switches due to staffing, supplies, facilities, and waitlists, but we will try our best. We will be unable to honor any switches after the deadline.

Registration Deadlines

The registration deadline is the Wednesday prior to the start of each camp This revolving deadline helps us adjust for staffing, ensure billing is correct, and fill spots in case of waitlists.

Payments

All UMS-Wright Families will be billed through their FACTS accounts All families outside of UMS-Wright must pay via check Checks can be mailed in advance to the following address, or checks can be dropped off in the column’s office the morning of the first day of camp. Please make all checks payable to UMS-Wright Sarah Forwood 65 Mobile Street Mobile, Alabama 36607

Extended Care

Extended Care runs from 3:30-5:30 every week Children not picked up by 3:30 will be sent to Extended Care in the lower school library. Extended Care costs $12 per hour and is billed monthly, similar to how it is billed during the school year

Early Care

Early Care will take place from 7:30-8:15 in the lower school library and is offered to campers attending camps that do not begin until 8:30 Early care will be billed similar to how it is billed during the school year, which is $12 an hour You will only be charged for the minutes your child is in attendance If your child is dropped off prior to 8:15 for an 8:30 camp, he or she will be sent to early care. Early care will be billed monthly.

Late Dropoff or Early Pickup Procedure

If you will be dropping off your child late or picking up your child early, please communicate that directly with the person in charge of the camp via email in advance The head of each camp can give you directions on where to drop off your child if you are late, or where to pick up your child if you are early. Due to the number of camps going on each week, communicating directly with each camp leader is best

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Complete My Day: How It Works

Below are the ways you can use our “Complete My Day” Day Camp option:

Scenario 1: M-Th Morning Camp + Complete My Day: Afternoon

This child would be dropped off 8:15-8:30 to attend M-Th Morning Camp from 8:30-11:30, and a staff member would ensure this child is transported to lunch with the day camp. This child would spend the remainder of the day with day campers until 3:15-3:30 pickup. Lunch and afternoon popsicles are included In this scenario, your child gets a full Friday of Day Camp

Scenario 2: Complete My Day: Morning + M-Th Afternoon Camp

This child would be dropped off 7:30-8:30 to attend Day Camp through lunch, and a staff member would ensure your child is transported to the M-Th Afternoon Camp by 12:30 This child would spend the remainder of the day with the M-Th afternoon camp until 3:15-3:30 pickup Morning snack and lunch are included In this scenario, your child gets a full Friday of Day Camp

Scenario 3: Complete My Day: Morning Only

This child would attend Day Camp from 7:30 through lunch. Pickup is 12:00p.m. in the dining hall. Morning snack and lunch are included.

Scenario 4: Complete My Day: Afternoon Only

This child would attend Day Camp from 11:30-3:30 Dropoff is at 11:30a m in the dining hall Lunch and afternoon popsicle included

Mix and Matching a M-Th Morning Camp with a M-Th Afternoon Camp

This child would be dropped off 8:15-8:30 for the M-Th Morning Camp, and at 11:30, a staff member would transport the child to lunch bunch in the dining hall. This child must be registered for lunch bunch bring your own lunch or lunch bunch lunch included in order for them to get to stay on campus for lunch. At 12:15, a staff member will transport the child to their afternoon camp This child would not attend any camps on Friday, and we do not offer drop-in Friday for day camp If a child is not signed up for lunch bunch, a parent must pick up him or her at morning camp carpool and bring him or her back for afternoon camp dropoff

Lunch Bunch and When to Use It

Lunch Bunch Lunch included costs $35 per week and Lunch Buch Bring Your Own Lunch costs $20 per week. Below are the ways you can use our lunch bunch option:

Mix and matching a M-Th morning camp with a M-Th afternoon camp – see section above.

M-Th Morning Camp + Lunch Bunch – Our staff will transport your child from morning camp to lunch bunch Pickup is at 12:00p m in dining hall

Lunch Bunch + M-Th Afternoon Camp – Dropoff is at 11:30a m in dining hall Our staff will transport your child from lunch bunch to afternoon camp

Do not sign up for lunch bunch if your child is registered for complete my day or full day camp because lunch is already included Our lunch menu can be found on www.ums-wright.org/summer .

Drop-In Days

UMS-Wright does not offer drop-in days for any camps

Lost and Found

The Summer Camp lost and found is located outside of the lower school office All items remaining in the lost and found will be held for the summer Items in the lost and found after the last week of summer camp will either be donated to charity or discarded. We encourage you to label all of your child’s belongings

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Summer at a Glance

Cheer Camp

Baseball Camp

Pitching Clinic

ACT Prep Cont'd

CMD Morning Beginner Day Camp

CMD Morning Climber Day Camp

CMD Morning Junior Day Camp

CMD Morning Senior Day Camp

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Beginner Swimming

Neon Learn On Jr.

Girls Basketball Camp

CMD Morning Beginner Day Camp

CMD Morning Climber Day Camp

CMD Morning Junior Day Camp

CMD Morning Senior Day Camp

Young Artists Camp

Boys Basketball Camp

Softball Camp

Funky Physics

CMD Morning Beginner Day Camp

CMD Morning Climber Day Camp

CMD Morning Junior Day Camp

CMD Morning Senior Day Camp

Beginner Swimming

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Soccer Camp

Tennis Camp

Wonders of Weather

CMD Morning Beginner Day Camp

CMD Morning Climber Day Camp

CMD Morning Junior Day Camp

CMD Morning Senior Day Camp

Mad Scientist Camp

The ABCs of Acting Adrenaline Extreme

ACT Prep Cont'd

Golf Clinic (Evening)

CMD Afternoon Beginner Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Climber Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Junior Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Senior Day Camp

Neon Learn On

How to Duel On Stage

Lacrosse Camp (Evening)

CMD Afternoon Beginner Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Climber Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Junior Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Senior Day Camp

Technology Camp

Amazing Abstracts

CMD Afternoon Beginner Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Climber Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Junior Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Senior Day Camp

Beginner Day Camp

Climber Day Camp

Junior Day Camp

Senior Day Camp

Driver's Education

Beginner Day Camp

Climber Day Camp

Junior Day Camp

Senior Day Camp

Driver's Education Cont'd

Ocean Adventures

Beginner Day Camp

Climber Day Camp

Junior Day Camp

Senior Day Camp

Sports-A-Palooza Jam

Photography Camp

CMD Afternoon Beginner Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Climber Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Junior Day Camp

CMD Afternoon Senior Day Camp

Beginner Day Camp

Climber Day Camp

Junior Day Camp

Senior Day Camp

Aquadawg Swim Clinic

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*This is a three day week. There are no camps Monday and Tuesday.

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Day Camp

UMS-Wright Day Camps provide a full day or half day of fun for your K3-6th grader. We welcome children outside of UMS-Wright that are five years old or older to join us! With a structured week of fun, our new bulldogs will participate in morning circle time and experience water play on Mondays and Fridays, arts and crafts, nap time, daily rotations, centers, and more. Beginner Day Campers must be enrolled in UMS-Wright and be three years old by the first day of camp Additional DHR paperwork may be required for campers Campers must be potty trained

Climber(RisingK4&K5)

C imber Day Camp is an excellent opportunity to make new friends and learn new things! Filled with non-stop fun, this camp includes morning circle time, daily water play, arts and crafts, rotations, centers, nap time, free play, and more Campers underneath the age of five must be enrolled in UMS-Wright. Additional DHR paperwork may be required for campers. Campers must be potty trained

Junior(Rising1st&2nd)

Junior Day Campers will start their day with morning rotations and finish their day cooling off by the pool! Join these campers as they explore new concepts, make new friends, have fun, and embark on Friday off-campus adventures

Senior(Rising3rd-6th)

Senior Day Campers will engage in team-building tasks, prob em-solve to conquer new challenges, and embark on Friday off-campus adventures. Campers wi l conclude each day with time at the pool.

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Week 1: Great Outdoors | June 5-9

Full Day: $250

Day Camp from 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Complete My Day: Morning: $125

Morning snack, lunch, and afternoon popsicle included 7:30 a.m. through lunch (lunch ends at 12:00 p.m.)

Complete My Day: Afternoon: $125

Morning snack and lunch are included ·11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., lunch and afternoon popsicle included

For additional information on how to use complete my day, check out page 5.

Beginner Campers will explore animal tracks, make camping lanterns, paint with marshmallows, and go on a nature scavenger hunt as we explore the great outdoors! Climbers will explore the great outdoors by going on a nature walk, telling campfire stories, and making bugtastic crafts.

Junior Campers will embark on a big adventure this week, pitching our camp somewhere "new" each day. We will use our imaginations to explore the mountains, the beach, majestic forests and wide-open deserts, while creating art that will reflect these places each day!

Senior campers will celebrate all things camp by competing in a marshmallow catapult contest and exploring nature in an outdoor escape room. All campers will end the week indulging in classic campfire stories and S’MORES around a real firepit.

Week 2: Wild Wild West | June 12-16

Beginner Campers, let’s decorate boots, a cowboy hat, and a horse as we heel toe and docie doe our way through a wild western week!

WANTED! Climber Campers will round up all kinds of fun panning for gold, having “horse” relays, and participating in a cowboy jamboree.

Howdy, all Junior Cowgirls and Cowboys, YOU are Wanted as we wrangle our creativity, imagining life in the wild west. Put on your boots, sit tight in the saddle and get ready for a week filled with fun!

Giddy up, Senior campers. This week, campers will make their own wanted posters to post around campus for a wild scavenger hunt. We will also compete in a nerf gun shooting gallery as we defend the frontier from outlaws.

All campers will fine-tune their dancing skills by learning a country music line dance.

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Week 3: Fairytales and Fables | June 9-23

What is your favorite fairytale or fable, campers?

This week, Beginner Campers will camp in a tent while reading our favorite fairytales, including Jack and the Beanstalk, Goldilocks, and other classic tales. Let’s enjoy a gingerbread cookie while istening to the fairytale classic, The Gingerbread Man

C imber campers, come experience the magic of Bulldog land where you will meet new friends and explore all that our magical campus has to offer.

Junior Campers will build a zip line to help Jack down the beanstalk and use their engineering skills to build the most durable houses that can withstand the most powerfu huff and puff

Using our imaginations and STEM, Senior Campers will help fairytale characters like Robin Hood and Goldilocks solve problems in a scientific and fun way!

All campers will plant Jack and the Beanstalk magic beans in our campus garden

Week 4: Red, White, and Blue | June 26-30

Beginner campers will create firework paintings, make handprint American flags, and craft patriotic windsocks as we celebrate the U S A!

Climber campers will make fireworks and earn all about what makes America the land that we love Junior campers will celebrate the red, white, and blue through firework paper lacing, 4th of July BINGO, and a red solo cup tower challenge Senior campers…Was Uncle Sam a real person? How did the Liberty Bell get that big crack? We will learn about and explore some of the amazing symbols of our country as we celebrate America. All campers will learn and practice patriotic anthems, such as America the Beautiful and The Star-Spangled Banner, our national anthem.

Week 5: Gameshow Week | July 5-7

Beginner campers, join us for gameshow week as we help Blue from Blues Clues co lect clues, solve all kinds of puzzles and earn some prizes along the way!

Climber campers will put their skills to the test and see who will come out on top as the Bul dog Gameshow winner.

Junior campers, come on down to a wild and crazy week of gameshow fun! Become a contestant and compete in obstac e courses, mind boggling trivia, and x-treme challenges. Senior campers, have you ever imagined yourself on a TV gameshow? We l dream no more! You will be the next contestant on Double Dare, The Floor is Lava, Jeopardy and more… it is sure to be a gametastic week!

All campers will compete in Family Feud Challenges and rack up kindness points throughout the week to determine which camper is the kindest Week 6: Boom! KaPow! Wham! | July 10-14

Beginner campers wi read our favorite superhero stories, create their very own superheroes, come up with their power, and decorate their very own cape & mask!

Climber campers will learn what it takes to be the best superhero on campus with all of our favorite superheroes

Prepare to suit up, Junior campers! We will use agility and mental toughness as we work together and combine our super powers to save the school from evil villains Senior campers to the rescue! This week, we will make our own costumes, train for an agility course, and play superhero charades

Al campers will show their superhero strength competing in superhero challenges such as box smashing, obstacle courses, and a tug of war battle

Week 7: Super Sleuths | July 17-21

Beginner campers are on the case as we discover mystery shapes, use magnifying g asses to ook for missing objects, create fingerprint art, and paint to find secret messages

Climber campers will solve the mystery of "Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar?", discover what's inside the Mystery Sound Tubes, and practice cracking the codes to secret messages Junior campers, grab your notebooks and magnifying glasses because there are clues to catch and mysteries to solve We will be solving puzzles, discovering clues, and decoding secret messages as we unravel a mystery.

Senior campers will hunt down an art thief, use the BreakOut boxes to find a missing guidebook, learn about fingerprints, and solve logic puzzles.

Week 8: Sports Week | July 24-28

Beginner campers will practice kicking, underhand and overhand throwing, and aiming this week, while learning about sports and creating fun sports crafts. Through a variety of fun activities and obstacle courses, Climber campers will be introduced to skills of various games including eye-hand coordination and being a good teammate

Junior campers will learn the basics of different sports every day and learn how brackets work through our own March Madness themed brackets

Senior campers will show off our sporty sides as we make our own trophies and pennants and compete in the pool noodle olympics and a glow in the dark sports spectacular

All campers should show their team spirit through erseys, t-shirts, and other wearable accessories throughout the week, and all campers should be prepared to practice and perfect the wave in the dining hall!

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BeginnerDayCamp

On Mondays and Fridays, Beginner campers should arrive at camp in swimsuits, coverups, and water shoes with a towel and should bring a change of clothes for the remainder of the day.

Morning Dropoff: 7:30 - 8:30

Morning Circle: 8:30 - 8:45

Snack: 8:45 - 9:00

Arts & Crafts Rotation: 9:00 - 9:30

Wild Card Rotation: 9:30 - 10:00

M and F: Waterplay: 10:15 - 11:15

T-Th: Themed Activities: 10:15 - 11:15

Lunch in Dining Hall: 11:30 - 12:00

*Campers who are signed up for CMD: Afternoon only and no other camps that day need to be dropped off in the Dining Hall at 11:30 a.m.

*Campers who are signed up for CMD: Morning only and no other camps that day must be picked up in the Dining Hall by 12:00 p.m.

Rest/Nap Time: 12:15 - 1:20

M-Th: Outdoor Fun Rotation: 1:30 - 2:00

F Camper Catch Up: 1:30 - 2:00

M-Th: Gym Games Rotation: 2:00 – 2:30

F Free Centers: 2:00 – 2:30

Free Centers: 2:30 - 3:00

Pack Up + Clean Up + Popsicles Outside: 3:00 - 3:15

Carpool Pickup for Full Day Campers and CMD Afternoon Campers: 3:15 - 3:30

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Climber campers should arrive at camp in swimsuits, coverups, and water shoes with a towel and should bring a change of clothes for the remainder of the day

Morning Dropoff: 7:30 - 8:30

Morning Circle: 8:30 - 8:45

Snack: 8:45 - 9:00

Wild Card Rotation: 9:00 - 9:30

Arts & Crafts Rotation: 9:30 - 10:00

Waterplay: 10:15 - 11:15

Lunch in Dining Hall: 11:30 - 12:00

*Campers who are signed up for CMD: Afternoon only and no other camps that day need to be dropped off in the Dining Hall at 11:30 a m

*Campers who are signed up for CMD: Morning only and no other camps that day must be picked up in the Dining Hall by 12:00 p.m.

M-TH: Rest/Nap Time: 12:15 - 12:55

F: Gym Open Play: 12:15 - 12:55

M-Th: Weekly Themed Activities: 1:00 - 1:30

F: Rest/Nap Time: 1:00 - 1:30

M-Th: Gym Games Rotation: 1:30 - 2:00

F: Finish Rest Time/Nap: 1:30 - 2:00

M-TH Outdoor Fun: 2:00 - 2:30 F: Free Centers: 2:00 - 2:30

Free Centers: 2:30 - 3:00

Pack Up + Clean Up + Popsicles Outside: 3:00 - 3:15

Carpool Pickup for Full Day Campers and CMD Afternoon Campers: 3:15 - 3:30

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On Fridays, Junior campers go on field trips These are mostly in the morning but some weeks may take place at a different time of day

Morning Dropoff: 7:30 - 8:30

Morning Meeting: 8:30 - 8:45

Snack: 8:45 - 9:00

M-Th: Outdoor Fun Rotation: 9:00 - 9:30

F: Field Trip

M-Th: Gym Games Rotation: 9:30 - 10:00

F: Field Trip

M-Th: Weekly Themed Activities: 10:15 - 11:15

F: Field Trip

Lunch in Dining Hall: 11:30 - 12:00

*Campers who are signed up for CMD: Afternoon only and no other camps that day need to be dropped off in the Dining Hall at 11:30 a.m.

*Campers who are signed up for CMD: Morning only and no other camps that day must be picked up in the Dining Hall by 12:00 p.m.

Flex Time: 12:15 - 1:15

Clean Up + Pack Up + Change for Swim: 1:15 - 1:30

M-Th: Arts & Crafts Rotation: 1:30 - 2:00

F: Gym Games: 1:30 - 2:00

M-Th: Wild Card Rotation: 2:00 - 2:30

F: Outdoor Fun Rotation: 2:00 - 2:30

Pool + Popsicles: 2:30 - 3:15

Carpool Pickup for Full Day Campers and CMD Afternoon Campers: 3:15 - 3:30

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Carpool Drop Off

Morning drop off is along the lower school carpool loop from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Our staff will walk your child from the car to camp

If this is your child’s first day joining us, you are welcome to park in a parking spot and walk them to camp, but we ask that after the first day, please let our staff walk them. This helps with the transition and the goodbye! Any arrivals after 8:30 should be walked to the Beginner Day Camp location.

Carpool Pick Up

Afternoon carpool is along the lower school carpool loop from 3:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

What to Bring

Backpack or bag with nap mat or blanket and a change of clothes in case there is an accident. We will keep them in the room all week and return them to you on your child’s last day of camp.

Labeled Water bottle

Mondays and Fridays: wear your swimsuit to school with a cover-up and water shoes to water play! Bring a towel and a change of clothes. Please apply sunscreen to your child that morning before he or she arrives.

Reminders

Label everything.

If your child receives a bracelet on the first day of camp, please have them keep it on for the remainder of the week.

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Carpool Drop Off

Morning drop off is along the lower school carpool loop from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Our staff will walk your child from the car to camp If this is your child’s first day joining us, you are welcome to park in a parking spot and walk them to camp, but we ask that after the first day, please let our staff walk them. This helps with the transition and the goodbye! Any arrivals after 8:30 should be walked to the Climber Day Camp location.

Carpool Pick Up

Afternoon carpool is along the lower school carpool loop from 3:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

What to Bring

Backpack or bag with nap mat or blanket and a change of clothes in case there is an accident. We will keep them in the room all week and return them to you on your child’s last day of camp.

Labeled Water bottle

Every morning: wear your swimsuit to school with a cover-up and water shoes to water play! Bring a towel and a change of clothes. Please apply sunscreen to your child that morning before he or she arrives.

Reminders

Label everything.

If your child receives a bracelet on the first day of camp, please have them keep it on for the remainder of the week.

JuniorCampDetails

Carpool Drop Off

Morning drop off is along the Mobile Street entrance in front of the 7th and 8th grade building from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Any arrivals after 8:30 should be walked to the Junior Day Camp location in the Dining Hall

Carpool Pick Up

Afternoon pick up is at the lower school carpool loop from 3:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

What to Bring

Backpack or bag with swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, and goggles.

Labeled Water bottle

Reminders

Label everything.

If your child receives a bracelet on the first day of camp, please have them keep it on for the remainder of the week.

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DAY CAMP DAY CAMP Schedule & Schedule & DETAILS DETAILS

SeniorDayCampSchedule

On Fridays, Senior campers go on field trips These are mostly in the morning but some weeks may take place in the afternoon.

Morning Dropoff: 7:30 - 8:30

Morning Meeting: 8:30 - 8:45

Snack: 8:45 - 9:00

M-Th: Gym Games Rotation: 9:00 - 9:30

F: Field Trip: 9:00 - 9:30

M-Th: Outdoor Fun Rotation: 9:30 - 10:00

F: Field Trip: 9:30 - 10:00

M-Th: Weekly Themed Activities: 10:15 - 11:15

F: Field Trip: 10:15 - 11:15

Lunch in Dining Hall: 11:30 - 12:00

*Campers who are signed up for CMD: Afternoon only and no other camps that day need to be dropped off in the Dining Hall at 11:30 a.m.

*Campers who are signed up for CMD: Morning only and no other camps that day must be picked up in the Dining Hall by 12:00 p.m.

Flex Time: 12:15 - 1:15

Clean Up + Pack Up + Change for Swim: 1:15 - 1:30

M-Th: Wild Card Rotation: 1:30 - 2:00

F: Outdoor Fun: 1:30 - 2:00

M-Th: Arts and Crafts Rotation: 2:00 - 2:30

F: Gym Games Rotation: 2:00 - 2:30

Pool + Popsicles: 2:30 - 3:15

Carpool Pickup for Full Day Campers and CMD Afternoon Campers: 3:15 - 3:30

SeniorCampDetails

Carpool Drop Off

Morning drop-off is along the Mobile Street entrance in front of the 7th and 8th grade building from 7:30 a m to 8:30 a m Any arrivals after 8:30 should be walked to the Senior Day Camp location in the Dining Hall.

Carpool Pick Up

Afternoon pick-up is at the lower school carpool loop from 3:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

What to Bring Reminders

Backpack or bag with swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, and goggles. Labeled Water bottle Label everything. If your child receives a bracelet on the first day of camp, please have them keep it on for the remainder of the week.

3:30 - 5:30 Extended Care in Lower School Library
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AcademicCamps

ACT Prep Course

Rising 11th-12th Graders

With an average composite score improvement of 4 points, this results-driven ten day course is taught by master teachers and has helped hundreds of students earn scholarships to college by improving their ACT scores. This course will include skill review and strategies in reading, English, math, and science and also help to refine and practice time-management and test-taking strategies through multiple practice test sessions. All books for the course (3) are included in the cost. Students should choose either the morning session or the afternoon session. There is a seat limit for each session

Cost: $525 | Dates: May 26th, May 30th-June 2nd, June 5th-9th | Morning Session: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m | Afternoon Session 12:30 p.m - 3:30 p.m.

Neon Learn On Jr.

Rising 1st Graders

It's time to light up your learning! Come practice your reading and numeracy capabilities with glow related activities! Lessons will center around literacy skills involving phonics, reading comprehension with the use of high interest fiction and nonfiction text, and working memory. We will also work on developing foundational numeracy skills involving counting, comparing, adding and subtracting numbers using a conceptual approach Children will use their literacy and numeracy skills to prepare for the ultimate Glow/Neon Games to end the week!

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, June 12th - Thursday, June 15th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m

Neon Learn On Rising 2nd-3rd Graders

It's time to light up your learning! Come practice your reading and numeracy skills with glow related activities! We will practice improving your reading comprehension and working memory with high interest fiction and nonfiction text. We will learn reading strategies that will help develop a process for reading texts and that will empower readers to attack complex texts with ease We will practice grade level appropriate math skills and basic math facts Children will use their literacy and numeracy skills to prepare for the ultimate Glow/Neon Games to end the week!

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, June 12th - Thursday, June 15th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Camp Learn-A-Lot

Rising K4-K5

Learning is S’MORE fun with friends, so hike on over for a fantastic week in Camp Learn-A-Lot! K4 Campers will focus on phonemic awareness, letter recognition, oral language, and fine motor skills through crafts and other sensory activities. K4 Campers will also work on number recognition and counting. K5 Campers will participate in lessons centered around early literacy skills involving phonemic awareness, letter/sound fluency, oral language, and handwriting. K5 campers will also work on developing foundational numeracy skills involving recognizing, counting, and comparing numbers using a conceptual approach All campers need to bring a snack and a water bottle each day

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th | 12:30 p m. - 3:30 p m.

STEM, Coding, & Robotics Jr

Rising 1st-2nd Graders

Students will learn the basic coding principles through fun and engaging games and STEM activities They will also each build a Lego MindStorm EV3 robot and program it to complete a challenge This will be a creative camp that requires no previous coding or robotics knowledge!

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

STEM, Coding, and Robotics

Rising 3rd-5th Graders

Students will engage with multiple types of robots throughout the camp They will program the Sphero Bolt robots to dance to their favorite songs. They will design, construct, and program Lego MidStorm EV3 robots. And finally, they will create their own robot design in a fun STEM project. No previous coding experience required!

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, July 17th - Thursday, July 20th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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Study Skills

Rising 3rd-5th Graders

Learn some creative and intentional ways to get and stay organized; examine strategies for studying and preparing for tests; try out some test-taking tips to keep you calm and relaxed during tests; explore ways to keep you engaged in lessons; and improve your time management skills.

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, July 17th - Thursday, July 20th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Coding in a Virtual World Rising 6th-9th Graders

Students will create their own Virtual and Augmented realities using CoSpaces.edu. Each day students will have to complete tasks to get familiar with the program and create a virtual game that will be shared with the other students in the class. This camp will include an introduction to basic coding principles.

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

1st Grade Prep

Rising 1st Graders

Give your child a head start on first grade reading skills and math concepts. Students will engage in hands-on math activities and games, work in small groups on reading comprehension and decoding skills, and work through summer reading tasks facilitated by experienced teachers.

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

2nd Grade Prep

Rising 2nd Graders

Let's set your 2nd grader up for success with this reading, math, and grammar focused camp. Students will use manipulatives, strengthen math fluency, tackle number patterns and learn problem-solving strategies for various math tasks. Campers will also work on applying spelling patterns to writing, understanding what they are reading, and tackle some summer reading tasks along the way. *All students attending this class must complete all required summer reading books prior to the start of class.

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

3rd Grade

Prep

Rising 3rd Graders

Get ready for 3rd grade in this fun-filled camp. We will focus on math, reading, and writing to make sure your child is prepared for 3rd grade. *Please make sure your child has read the books for summer reading before camp. Assignments do not need to be completed prior to camp.

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

4th Grade Prep

Rising 4th Graders

Join us for this camp as we prepare your rising 4th graders for the academic school year. We will review skills by engaging students in hands-on activities to solve math word problems, review place value, practice fact fluency, as well as reading, writing, and grammar skills.

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

5th Grade Prep

Rising 5th Graders

Is your rising 5th grader nervous about moving to middle school? If so, this camp is a way to ease those nerves! Students will tour the middle school buildings, explore classrooms and the cafeteria, walk through a mock schedule and get answers to questions about middle school life, while reviewing needed math, reading, and grammar skills.

Cost: $195 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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AthleticCamps

Cheer Camp

Rising K5-6th Graders

Campers will be grouped by age and will learn and develop the fundamentals of cheerleading, including motion technique, jumps, tumbling, voice projection, poise, and spirit! New cheers, chants, and a dance routine will be taught Campers will receive a camp t-shirt to wear on the last day of camp when parents will be invited to a pep rally

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, June 5th - Thursday, June 8th | 8:30 a m - 11:30 a m

Baseball Camp

Rising K5-8th Graders

UMS-Wright Baseball Camp will assist with hitting, catching, fielding, and base-running. Campers will learn strategies and perfect skills as they participate in baseball scrimmages. UMS-Wright Head Baseball Coach, Kevin Raley, his varsity staff, and varsity players will instruct Camp will be held on Radcliff Field Please bring your own glove and baseball bat

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, June 5th - Thursday, June 8th | 8:30 a m - 11:30 a m

Pitching Clinic

Rising K5-8th Graders

This one-day camp will focus on pitching fundamentals and mechanics. Proper techniques will be taught through drills and videos. UMS-Wright Head Baseball Coach, Kevin Raley will instruct. Please bring your own glove

Cost: $65 | Dates: Friday, June 9th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Golf Clinic - Azalea City Golf Course

Rising 2nd-6th Graders

This one-day camp is led by varsity boys head coach, Brent Daugherty. The camp will focus on grip, stance, posture, proper set-up, full-swing techniques, short game (chipping and putting), and basic rules. Golfers will be grouped by age and skill level. Please send your golfers with clubs.

Cost: $50 | Dates: Thursday, June 8th | 4:00 p m - 6:00 p m at Azalea City Golf Course

Beginner Swimming

Rising K5-1st Graders

Calling all novice swimmers! It's time to put on your swim gear and fine tune your swimming skills with our very own state-championship-winning Varsity coach, Coach Bedsole! In this beginner class, swimmers will learn how to swim with their face in the water, swim with kick boards and noodles, tread water, swim freestyle and backstroke, as well as basic diving and safety skills.

Cost: $135 | Session 1: Monday, June 12th - Thursday, June 15th | Session 2: Monday, June 26th – Thursday, June 29th | 8:30 a m. - 11:30 a m.

Girls Basketball Camp

Rising 1st-8th Graders

Join the Lady Bulldog Basketball Staff and players for a fun week of hoops We'll have a great time learning the game the Lady Bulldog WAY This is a great way to find out if your daughter wants to be a future Lady Bulldog, while learning the fundamentals of the game of basketball

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, June 12th - Thursday, June 15th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a m.

Soccer Camp

Rising 1st-6th Graders

Our goal is to provide the highest quality of soccer instruction in a safe and fun-filled environment through a variety of soccer activities designed to develop the technical, tactical, physical, and psychological aspect of players at all levels.

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, June 26th - Thursday, June 29th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m

All Over Athletics

Rising 4th-6th Graders

Coach King and varsity athletes will guide campers through the fundamentals of running and athletics this summer Each day of camp will allow campers to overcome a new challenge, whether it be treading water in the pool, jogging the 1-mile campus loop or coordinating with teammates on the field.

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 12:30 p m - 3:30 p m

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Lacrosse Camp

Rising 3rd-8th Graders

Lacrosse Camp will help campers develop the fundamental skills of being a successful lacrosse player. Coached by varsity staff and varsity players, campers will be directed through various drills, simulations, and games. This camp is open to players of all skill levels.

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, June 12th - Thursday, June 15th | 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Boys Basketball Camp

Rising 1st-6th Graders

This camp will teach the fundamentals of basketball through a variety of skill work, games, and contests. Come enjoy a fun-filled, competitive, and motivational learning experience with Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach and varsity staff and players.

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, June 19th - Thursday, June 22nd | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Aquadawg Swim Clinic

Rising 2nd-5th Graders

Master your swimming skills right here in our very own swimming pool led by state-championship-winning Coach, Vicky Bedsole. Swimmers will cover all four competitive strokes, water safety, lifesaving skills, competition dives, flip turns and more. Campers must be able to swim the entire length of the pool independently.

Cost: $120 | Dates: Friday, June 30th | 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Softball Camp

Rising 3rd-6th Graders

Our camp will be a great opportunity for kids to try the game of softball for the very first time and also help the experienced player sharpen their skills through fundamental drills and playing experience. The participants will be instructed by our Varsity softball coaches and players.

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, June 19th - Thursday, June 22nd | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Tennis Camp - Mobile Tennis Center

Rising 1st-8th

The 1st-4th grade camp will focus on the basics of the game of tennis, including the correct grip, swing and scoring. The 5th-8th grade camp will run alongside the elementary aged camp but will focus more on strategy and point play. Tennis camp will be Directed by Varsity Boys Tennis Coach, assisted by current and former varsity players.

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, June 26th - Thursday, June 29th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at Mobile Tennis Center

Terry Curtis Football Camp

Rising 1st-8th Graders

Campers have the opportunity to learn the game of Football from the UMS-Wright Varsity Football Coaching Staff. They will learn fundamentals on each side of the ball and at every position. It is a great experience to learn the game of football and have fun while doing it.

Cost: $135 | Dates: Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Volleyball Camp

Rising 3rd-8th Graders

The varsity volleyball coaching staff will be teaching campers the fundamental skills of volleyball including serving, passing, setting, attacking, and other basic skills. There will be both individual and team drills and games that will allow our campers to experience success. If you are interested in playing volleyball in the future, Volleyball Camp is a great opportunity to learn and grow as a player.

$135 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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SpecialtyCamps

Driver's Education

Rising 9th-10th Graders

The driver education course will be about everything related to driving and getting your license certificate.The course includes in-class learning and driving lessons. Any student who passes the driving test will not have to take the test at the DMV A license certificate will be given to the students who pass the driving test

Cost: $400 | Dates: Monday, June 5th - Friday, June 16th | 8:30 am - 3:30 p.m.

Mad Scientist Camp

Rising K4-2nd

Mad Scientist Camp is perfect for kids who love experimenting with science and learning new things! We will be making our own lava lamps, creating a volcano, having fun with slime, finding out if elephants brush their teeth, and so much more This camp is sure to make you mad for science!

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 5th – Thursday, June 8th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m

The ABCs of Acting

Rising 3rd-4th Graders

Learn the basics of acting on stage from movement and space to voice and even some technical theatre. If just learning how to be better on stage isn't enough, students will also be able to display their skills at the end of the week with a performance!

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 5th – Thursday, June 8th | 12:30 p m - 3:30 p m

Adrenaline Extreme

Rising 5th-8th Graders

If you are ready for some competition, come join Mrs. Stallings for a different field trip each afternoon. We will play laser tag, swim, and compete for prizes every day! Bring your best skills for some friendly fun

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 5th – Thursday, June 8th | 12:30 p m - 3:30 p m

How to Duel on Stage

Rising 5th-6th Graders

Learn how to sell a fight on stage safely! We will cover slaps, punches, falls, and even fighting on stage with broadswords made of PVC. The week will end with a performance filled with mini-fight scenes.

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 12th - Thursday, June 15th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Ocean Adventures

Rising 5th-8th Graders

Do you love animals and want to enjoy some hands-on experience with stingrays, bamboo sharks and more? Come join Mrs. Stallings for a full day of adventure as we watch dolphins and sea lions perform on our trip to the Marine Mammal Institute! We "whale" have a wild time learning about our marine friends that are so important to our oceans.

Cost: $130 | Dates: Friday, June 16th | 8:30 a m - 3:30 p m

Young Artist Camp

Rising K4-2nd Graders

Let your creative side run wild at Young Artist Camp! We will create lots of original artwork as we explore a new theme every day! Campers will have fun exploring a wide variety of art-making techniques to discover their favorite materials while creating their own masterpieces.

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 19th – Thursday, June 22nd | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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Funky Physics

Rising 3rd-6th Graders

This hands-on camp focuses on the science fundamentals. Campers learn the forces of nature and the science of motion. We explore electricity, magnetism, forces, inertia, waves and machines using critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 19th – Thursday, June 22nd | 8:30 a m - 11:30 a m

Technology Camp

Rising 2nd-5th Graders

Campers will have the opportunity to show their creative side, while learning essential programs on an iPad Campers will begin by traveling around the world via Google Earth, capturing and editing photos and videos to create compelling slideshows, researching topics to create keynote presentations that will be shared on Apple TV, and so much more. Come join us as we begin to explore all the world of technology has to offer.

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 19th – Thursday, June 22nd | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Wonders of Weather

Rising 3rd-6th Graders

Wide World of Weather: Sunny, cloudy, windy, rainy, and stormy are just a few ways in which to describe weather. We will make and use the tools needed to measure and describe weather, find out what it takes to be a meteorologist, conduct weather-themed experiments and investigate extreme weather.

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 26th – Thursday, June 29th | 8:30 a m - 11:30 a m

Amazing Abstracts

Rising 3rd-6th Graders

Have a great time while creating in this class designed for kids who are discovering self expression through art. We will play with pattern, texture, color and shape while using new materials and techniques. Students will create on canvas with CONFIDENCE while embracing how much fun abstract art can be.

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 19th – Thursday, June 22nd | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Sports-A-Palooza Jam

Rising K4-2nd Graders

Do you want your kids to learn many different sports and how to work as a team? Sports-A-Palooza Jam is a fun-filled week packed with a variety of sports including basketball, kickball, flag football, soccer, and more! The program is designed to teach, inspire, challenge, motivate, and promote teamwork and sportsmanship in children of all skill levels.

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 26th – Thursday, June 29th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Photography Camp

Rising 2nd-5th Graders

Photography camp will be a fun-filled week learning about digital photography! Each day will be a hands-on adventure as we take photos, learn the basics of photography, and then use the photos in arts and crafts projects that you can take home! Each student should bring their own digital camera (any kind is acceptable) and all other supplies will be provided

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, June 26th – Thursday, June 29th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Rising 4th-8th Graders

Come spend a week with the girls! We will have arts & crafts, spa time, brunch, and games. Each day will be full of positive female energy to encourage your girl to be the best version of herself!

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

K3 Kollege

Rising K3

Come learn about UMS-Wright before you start "the Bulldog School" in August! We will play, make crafts, and have tons of fun! Campers will become familiar with the UMS-Wright campus, classroom, classroom routines, and have fun with new friends Please bring a snack

Cost: $170 | Session 1: Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. | Session 2: Monday, July 17th - Thursday, July 20th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Christmas in July: Nutcracker Dance Camp

Rising K4-3rd Graders

Discover the magic of classical ballet with Nutcracker Camp! Travel through the Party Scene, Battle Scene, Snow and end up in the Kingdom of Sweets Campers will learn the story of the Nutcracker, create custom Nutcracker costumes according to the scene, and create fun crafts. A performance will be held on the last day. The girls will need a pink leotard (skirt optional) and pink ballet shoes

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th | 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

The Cookery Project: Latin Week!

Rising 3rd-5th Graders

This week we will be making sweet and savory Latin recipes with a little STEAM culinary learning on the side. We will cook delightful dishes from empanadas to churros, while learning about kitchen safety and cooking tools and methods Campers will enjoy a blind taste challenge and a mystery basket challenge as well!

Cost: $225 | Dates: Monday, July 10th - Thursday, July 13th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Waterville Adventure

Rising 7th-8th Graders

Come beat the heat with a trip to Waterville with your closest friends! Ride the waves, chill in the lazy river, and enjoy making some memories this summer with a great day to remember!

Cost: $130 | Dates: Friday, July 14th | 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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K4 Kickoff

Rising K4

Rising K4 Campers will have a fun time exploring different areas of our campus, meeting Bully, learning to cheer for the Bulldogs, and so much more! We will focus on interpersonal skills as well as cooperation as we make new friends, practice fine motor skills, read books, sing songs, and explore all that K4 has to offer! Students will need to wear comfortable play clothes and bring a labeled snack and drink each day

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, July 17th - Thursday, July 20th | Morning Session: 8:30 a.m - 11:30 a.m | Afternoon Session: 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

The Cookery Project: Mediterranean Week!

Rising K5-2nd Graders

This week we will be making sweet and savory Mediterranean recipes with a little STEAM culinary learning on the side. Our culinary creations will include handmade gnocchi, mother sauces pastitsio, crepes, and more! Campers will learn about kitchen safety, cooking tools, and cooking methods while participating in a blind taste challenge and a mystery basket challenge.

Cost: $225 | Dates: Monday, July 17th - Thursday, July 20th | Morning Session: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. | Afternoon Session: 12:30 p m. - 3:30 p m.

Master Your Mac

Rising 5th Graders

Students will engage in fun and creative projects using their new Mac laptops All activities will help them start to understand how to use their computer effectively, learn proper terminology, and troubleshoot basic problems A few of the activities will include: an Internet Scavenger Hunt, creating a Digital Design project using Canva com, and so much more This will be fun and informative!

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, July 17th - Thursday, July 20th | 12:30 p m - 3:30 p m

K5 Slip N' Slide

Rising K5

Slip and Slide back into school! This camp is a great way to review skills, have fun and ease your way back into school We will have a different theme each day and include reading, writing, math, art and science We will review important skills while we explore, learn, and play When our work is done, we will slip and slide and enjoy the summer sun!

Cost: $170 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 8:30 a m - 11:30 a m

Beginners Sewing

Rising 3rd-6th Graders

Are you interested in learning how to sew? Come learn the basic skills from Mrs. Janet Atkins with Created 2 Comfort, to make those dreams come true. Campers will be making a reading pillow, drawstring utility bag, and a reversible tote bag. Project supplies are provided Come join us as we stitch and sew away while learning valuable life-long sewing skills. Campers need to bring a sewing machine with accessories (cord, pedal, feet, bobbins), as well as sewing notions (scissors, tape measure, pins, pin cushion, seam ripper). Campers will also bring home directions for future sewing projects

Cost: $250 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 12:30 p m - 3:30 p m

The Cookery Project: Advanced Culinary Techniques

Rising 6th-8th Graders

This week campers will make sweet and savory recipes using modern culinary methods with a little STEAM culinary learning on the side. Campers will use their culinary creativity to design and execute charcuterie boards and engage in hands-on learning using the sous vide process and molecular gastronomy. Campers will participate in both a blind test challenge and mystery basket challenge to show off their culinary skills.

Cost: $225 | Dates: Monday, July 24th - Thursday, July 27th | 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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Our Mission Our Mission

UMS-Wright Summer Programs are an extension of UMS-Wright Preparatory School. We build on the mission of our school by providing academic, athletic, and creative opportunities that ignite new passions and foster current interests. Our 53-acre campus provides an expansive, yet inclusive environment that lays the foundation for encouraging children to challenge themselves academically, creatively, and physically throughout the summer.

UMS-Wright’s mission is to educate all students to their highest potential in mind, body, and spirit; and to produce in each student character of the highest possible order.

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