Week 3: June 19-23

   
          
Secret Agents
Collyn Justus
Grades JK-K
9:00-noon
$165

Are you the next great secret agent?  Agent J (Ms. Justus) hopes you choose to accept this mission and join her and your fellow Secret Agents in-training as you earn your Double-0 status. As a Secret Agent you will craft your own Secret Agent identity and disguise, complete with utility belt, especially made to hold ingenious spy gadgets that you design. You’ll learn to write and decode top secret messages, analyze fingerprints, dodge lasers, search for hidden clues, create and test your own egg-scape plan, and go on your own secret spy mission to test your skills.

Sports Stars
John Miller
Grades K-2
9:00-noon
$165

Calling all young athletes!  Running, jumping, and throwing are just the beginning of this week at camp. This exciting camp will get kids moving each day through soccer, basketball, and track and field events.  Sports Stars camp staff will incorporate fun competition that will challenge tomorrow’s athletes. Competitors will enjoy spirited team games, medal ceremonies and fun with friends!

Paint Like the Masters
Heidi Blackburn
Grades K-2
9:00-noon
$165

Explore a different artist each day of the week. Create a post-impressionistic landscape with oil pastels in the iconic style of van Gogh.  Study the vibrant color of pointillism developed by Seurat, and the avant-garde cubism of Picasso with self-portraits. Paint Michelangelo-style---on your back! And last but not least, try your hand at the messy, dynamic techniques of Pollock's abstract expressionist painting style. Find your inner artist and share your talents with us!
 
Pinterest Crafting Club
Stevie Trent
Grades 3-5
9:00-noon
$165

You can't have Pinterest without the word INTEREST. This entire week will be filled with interests. Together, we'll complete projects including baking, art, decoration, hair braiding, clothing design, etc. All you need to bring is your imagination and some creativity! Join Mrs. Stevie Trent, experienced elementary school teacher and part-time arts and craft enthusiast for this craftrageous week!

Spirit of Life
Elizabeth Cantrell
Grades 4-6
9:00-noon
$165

“You have a treasure within you that is infinitely greater than anything the world can offer.” – Eckhart Tolle
Develop confidence, compassion, and self awareness as you practice mindfulness strategies during this week long camp. Lower school staff Elizabeth Cantrell will guide campers as they learn to acknowledge feelings, thoughts and body through movement, writing, art and relaxation techniques. Enjoy yoga and other brain-body connection exercises as you spend time with friends. Namaste.

“Funn” With Flinn
Bill Flinn
Grades 3-7
9:00-noon
$165

Come have fun and make new friends in this active summer camp. Each day will be filled with different activities to get us outside. Capture the flag, zombie tag, flag football, kickball, and soccer are just a few of the games we will be play. Instead of spending your summer being bored on the couch, come out with us, enjoy the beautiful weather and challenge Mr. Flinn through friendly competition!

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.

Potion Power & Mixology Magic
Collyn Justus
Grades JK-K
12:30-3:30
$165

Roll up your sleeves and get busy Mix Master Ms. Justus.  Mixing, pouring, measuring and making creative concoctions is a longtime favorite activity of small children. This camp couples that joy of exploration with a sprinkle of science, dash of magic and oodles of imagination.  Students will mix, stir, observe and play with their own creation---some scientific, some magical, some edible, some stinky, all of them fun. Camp begins with story time, as Ms. Collyn reads about potions, wizards, crazy concoctions, and more. Then it's off the laboratory armed with spoons, bowls, cups of inspiration, pinches of excitement and bubbling beakers of fun.

Mindfulness for Young Children
Lori Hendrix
Grades K-2
12:30 - 3:30
$165

“You have a treasure within you that is infinitely greater than anything the world can offer.” – Eckhart Tolle
Develop confidence, compassion, and self awareness as you practice mindfulness strategies during this week long camp. Lower school Kindergarten teacher, Lori Hendrix, will guide campers as they learn to acknowledge feelings, thoughts, and body through movement, writing, art and relaxation techniques. Enjoy yoga and other brain-body connection exercises as you spend time with friends. Namaste.

Animal Adaptations
Kevin Jackson
Grades 1-3
12:30-3:30
$165

Ever wonder why dinosaurs had feathers? Or why horses knees bend backward? In this fascinating, hands-on science camp, students will learn how natural selection has led to the specialized forms of various animals. Students will examine beak structures in birds and how that reflects their diets through interactive activities. We will identify footprints of native wildlife and talk about how feet, wings, and even flippers all look the same on the inside! Finally, students will design their own experiments and learn how behavior has been shaped over the course of millions of years. Come explore and learn about fascinating creatures and their evolution with Collegiate’s Kevin Jackson. Kevin received a BS and Masters of Education from Duke and a Masters of Education from U of L. He spent 29 years teaching science at Collegiate and 15 seasons as a National Park Ranger at Wind Cave National Park.
 
Unplugged Fun
Jessica Watkins
Grades 2-5
12:30-3:30
$165

Time to unplug! Get moving and playing without cords to tie you down! Inside we will play board games, card games and word games! Past favorites include intense games of Clue and hilarious rounds of Apples to Apples. Outside, we will play a game of giant pick up sticks, wall ball and four square. We may be unplugged, but we'll be more energized than ever!

Paint Like the Masters
Heidi Blackburn
Grades 3-5
12:30-3:30
$165

Explore a different artist each day of the week. Create a post-impressionistic landscape with oil pastels in the iconic style of van Gogh. Study the vibrant color of pointillism developed by Seurat, and the avant-garde cubism of Picasso with self-portraits. Paint Michelangelo-style---on your back! And last but not least, try your hand at the messy, dynamic techniques of Pollock's abstract expressionist painting style. Find your inner artist and share your talents with us!

Who Done It?
Murder Mystery Camp
Elizabeth Cantrell
Grades 5-8
12:30-3:30
$165

You’re invited to a murder mystery party! Each guest (camper) will receive a detailed character description along with some important background information. Guests will mingle until a murder occurs! Then, guests will get more information about the crime, backstory and objectives, and they will continue sleuthing as the party progresses. Finally, guests will review the evidence and guess the murderer. We will also talk about tips for writing good detective stories, and campers will have the opportunity to write their own murder mystery for others to solve! We will end our week with a popcorn viewing of a mystery film.

Summer Programs Registration


COLLEGIATE FAMILIES: 
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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.