Week 2: June 12-16


 
Pokemon Adventures
Zac Singer
Grades JK-1
9:00-noon
$165

It's everything Pokemon! Get ready for an exciting adventure featuring the fascinating world of Pokemon! Campers will show off their collections, play the game, invent their own Pokemon, even dress like a Pokemon during this stupendous, outrageous, and crazy camp. Come join Collegiate’s own Kindergarten teacher, Mr. Singer for a fun filled week!

Space Explorers
Betsy Stern
Grades K-2
9:00-noon
$165

Get ready to blast off! After learning about what propels rockets into space, students make and launch many types of rockets including air, straw and chemical. Like a real astronaut, we will plan a mission to Mars by deciding what to take and finding a way to power the station. As we check in on the Mars rover Curiosity and spacecraft Juno, Cassini, and New Horizons, we’ll find out about the newest discoveries in space. If you are ready to travel the solar system and beyond, come join Collegiate science teacher Betsy Stern for a week of imagination, discovery and fun.

Junkyard Fun
Heidi Blackburn
Grades 1-3
9:00-noon
$165

Ready, set, create! You never know what you will make with all the great junkyard treasures in Junkyard Fun! Campers will create all sorts of crazy art and invent new games with Kindergarten teacher Heidi 

Ohio Riverfront Explorers
Melissa Martin Kenny Karem
Grades 3-7(was 4-8)
*9:00-3:30
$325

Come join two experienced and enthusiastic guides as they explore numerous historical, cultural and nature facets of the Ohio River Waterfront. Utilizing experiential, hands-on learning, Melissa Martin, Lower School Science teacher, will transport the explorers each day, beginning with delving into the largest exposed fossil beds of the Devonian period along with numerous natural habitats at the Falls of the Ohio State Park. Former Collegiate teaching colleague of Melissa Martin, Falls tour guide, and author of Probing the Wonders of the Falls guidebook (used at school), Kenny Karem, will guide the entire week and share his knowledge. The varied adventure list also includes the George Rogers Clark Cabin, Shippingport Island, Howard Steamboat Museum, Schempf’s Candy Store and Museum, the Portland Canal & Locks, Main Street Preservation District, Waterfront Park, the new Big 4 Pedestrian Bridge, and the Greenway Path. Be ready for all kinds of fun activities and surprises along the way. Parents are welcome to meet us at any of our stops. Bring a camera if you like, and a sense of adventure to explore creeks, marshes, waterfalls, sandy beaches, river banks, water spray fountain (all = wet feet for sure!). Don’t miss out on being some of the first to experience the newly renovated Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center! This popular camp fills up fast... spaces are limited!

Amazon Lacrosse

Emily Mills
Grades 3-5
9:00-noon
Campus Field
$165

This Amazon lacrosse camp will focus on introducing the sport to 3rd-5th graders with a focus on lacrosse fundamentals, bolstered by age appropriate drills and applying the skills in play. Daily matches among campers will give athletes a chance to practice their new abilities and to work as a team towards achieving a goal of ease, comfort, and skill in the game. For those more experienced players, this is a chance to improve the basic skills that lay a foundation for success at the next level.

Archery Adventures
John Beasley, Urban Archers
Grades 4-8
9:00-noon
$165

Archery is a sport that is growing in popularity across the country. Because of the strict shooting procedures, archery is one of the safest sports. It is great for children because they learn concentration and reflection. John Beasley, Middle School English teacher and certified NASP and USA Archery Instructor will lead students through basic archery techniques and safety rules. In addition to playing numerous archer games, archers make their own PVC bows so they can continue the fun at home.

Super Duper Science Sampler
Sarah Weyrens
Grades 5-8
9:00-noon
$165

This super summer science camp offers students exciting and innovative ways to get hands-on experience with important science and engineering concepts.Students will have the opportunity to both “observe” and “apply” new knowledge in a manner that promotes effective problem solving. Each day students will complete a mini "build project" where they will design, build, and test their creations as they dive into the engineering design process! Come join Mrs. Weyrens, Upper School chemistry teacher extraordinaire, for a science filled week!

Munsch Bunch
Lori Hendrix
Grades JK-1
12:30-3:30
$165

Clang, clang, rattle-bing-bang! Come and join Kindergarten teacher extraordinaire, Lori Hendrix, as she shares her favorite stories by celebrated author Robert Munsch. You never know who will show up! A Paper Bag Princess? Mortimer? Pigs and some Smelly Socks! Mr. Munsch and Mrs. Hendrix will keep you laughing all week!
Blackburn. She loves to see creativity shine through using everyday items! Bring your junk and your imagination!

Pokemon Adventures

Zac Singer
Grades 2-4
12:30-3:30
$165

It's everything Pokemon! Get ready for an exciting adventure featuring the fascinating world of Pokemon! Campers will show off their collections, play the game, invent their own Pokemon, even dress like a Pokemon during this stupendous, outrageous, and crazy camp. Come join Collegiate’s own Kindergarten teacher, Mr. Singer for a fun filled week!

Minecraft: Individual Challenge
Bill Flinn
Grades 3-7
12:30-3:30
$165

Think you're the best Minecraft player around? Come and show off your skills at our Minecraft Individual Challenges camp.Whether through timed, individual, or team competitions, each day campers will be given a variety of challenges to accomplish. You could be asked to build the best shelter, find the most of an element, or collect the most bones. Sign up and prove that you are the best Minecraft player in Louisville!

Titan Lacrosse
James Lee
Grades 5-8
12:30-3:30
Campus Field
$165

This Titan lacrosse camp will focus on introducing the sport to 5th-8th graders with a focus on lacrosse fundamentals, bolstered by age appropriate drills and applying the skills in play. Daily matches among campers will give athletes a chance to practice their new abilities and to work as a team towards achieving a goal of ease, comfort, and skill in the game. For those more experienced players, this is a chance to improve the basic skills that lay a foundation for success at the next level.

Titan Basketball
Coach Zach Settembre
Grades 5-8
12:30-3:30
$165

Coach Settembre and his staff will host a camp focused on improving fundamental and essential skills through small group instruction, drills, and game application. Spirited competitions and scrimmages give players a chance to work as a team and apply their new skills. Current Titan players will introduce the campers to the same types of drills and development opportunities that our own players experience as members of our basketball program.
 
Amazon Basketball
Coach Gerard Mattingly
Grades 5-8
12:30-3:30
$165

Amazon’s Coach Gerard Mattingly and his staff will host a camp focused on improving fundamental and essential skills through small group instruction, drills and game application. Spirited competitions and scrimmages give players a chance to work as a team and apply their new skills. Join the Amazons for a week of fun, instruction and games that are suitable for all ability levels.

Summer Reading: Anti-Procrastination Camp
Darcy Cleaver
Grades 6-8
12:30-3:30
$165

Don’t find yourself at the end of the summer with your required reading assignments looming! If you join your friends at Ms. Cleaver's Anti-Procrastination Camp,  you can check your summer reading off your list! Read, play games and talk about books. Mrs. Cleaver will guide you through your assignments in this relaxed and productive camp.

Summer Programs Registration


COLLEGIATE FAMILIES: 
Click LOGIN when you are ready to sign up for a summer camp. Use your myCollegiate username and password to log in.

NON-COLLEGIATE FAMILIES: Click REGISTER to create an account and then click LOGIN to sign up for a summer camp.

Click HERE to register for Summer Programs.
Early and Late Registration: Registrations completed by May 1 will be discounted $10. Registrations less than 7 days before the start of a camp will be subject to a $10 late registration fee.
 
Lunch: Students participating in both a morning and afternoon camp or an all-day camp, should bring a sack lunch Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, a pizza lunch is provided for these campers. We are unable to provide lunch this Summer due to the renovation of the Dining Room and Kitchen. Click here to view details of this exciting project! 

Early care and extended day: Registration is open to all students. For more information, contact John Miller, Assistant Director of Summer Programs, at jmiller2@loucol.com

 

School Information

 
2427 Glenmary Avenue
Louisville, KY 40204
P: 502.479.0340
F: 502.454.8549
Louisville Collegiate School is a JK-12, co-ed independent day school located in the historic Highlands neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky.