Campbell Hall Summer Programs offer a variety of camps, activities, and courses for campers and students of all ages. Whether your child is an actor, athlete, academic, or just wants to try something new this summer, Campbell Hall’s summer offerings are sure to provide each participant with an exciting and rewarding experience. Summer 2012 offerings for K-8 students include: Creative Arts Academy, Championship Sports Camps (baseball, basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, sports & games, cheer), robotics, chess, and hosted programs by Mad Science and Movies by Kids. Academic and enrichment classes are offered for secondary students.
Campbell Hall’s CREATIVE ARTS ACADEMY is designed to offer participants of all levels a fun, encouraging, and creative environment, allowing each child the opportunity to discover and celebrate his or her own inherent skills, talents, and artistic expression.
Students entering GRADES K-2 can sign up for two 3-week sessions, offering theater, music, movement, yoga, outdoor games, and art projects. At the end of each 3-week session, students will perform in a mini-play, as well as host an art museum.
Students entering GRADES 3-8 can participate in “Intensives” for the first two weeks. Each week-long intensive will meet for three hours a day for five days (morning and afternoon sessions available), allowing the class the opportunity to explore the many fascinating aspects of one particular topic. Topics TBA soon — check website for updates! After the first two weeks, the Academy will offer a 4-week program with rotating performing arts classes for GRADES 3-8 in the mornings. Classes will include options in theater, music, improvisation, dance, fencing, clowning, musical theater, art, props/costume design, mythology, film skits, and others.
In the afternoons, the program will offer a production class for GRADES 3-8 where students will perform an original theatrical production in a non-competitive environment. Students will experience the process of creating their own stories, characters, and scripts based on a unifying theme, and will then be directed and guided to a final performance. The theme for this year’s show will be “Green is Good.”
The staff will include many Campbell Hall teachers, as well as outside professional guest artists. Classes are open to current or incoming Campbell Hall students, as well as students from other schools.
For more information about Summer Programs 2012 at Campbell Hall or to register online, please visit us at www.campbellhall.org/summer or call the Summer Programs office directly at (818) 505-2415.