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BalletMet Dance Academy: SummerDance Camp 2013

Downtown Rhythms
June 17-21, 2013
9am-4pm
Ages 7-12
$220
BalletMet Columbus Dance Academy
322 Mount Vernon Avenue, 43215
614.224.1672
www.balletmet.org
jvanhouten [at] balletmet [dot] org
Contact Person: Julia Van Houten

It’s time to sign up for the best week of summer! Join the talented BalletMet staff for a week long dance camp. Campers will have a blast exploring the joy of dance in addition to improvisation, drumming, art projects, different movements and more! They’ll even meet professional dancers and staff from the BalletMet Company and show their accomplishments in BalletMet Performance Space.

Sign up now and be part of the fun!
Other camps available for all ages!

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BalletMet Dance Academy and Columbus Children’s Theatre Camps

BalletMet Dance Academy in partnership with Columbus Children’s Theatre
Locations: BalletMet East and Worthington MAC
614.224.1672
www.balletmet.org
jvanhouten [at] balletmet [dot] org
Contact Person: Julia Van Houten

Dancing Damsels and Dramatic Dragons
June 24-28, 2013
9am-12pm
Ages 5-7
BalletMet East
$150
Join BalletMet and CCT for an amazing fairytale adventure this summer!  Each day you will rotate between BalletMet Dance Instructors and CCT Teaching Artists who have all sorts of fun activities in store for you.  Throughout this five-day adventure you will learn to sing, act and dance while creating a performance like no other.  Whether you are a Dancing Damsel or Dramatic Dragon or a little bit of both, be prepared to dazzle your family on Share Day!

Triple Threat
July 29-August 2, 2013
9am-12pm
Ages 8-12
Worthington MAC
$150
This ever-popular program is back again!  Students in this 1/2 day camp from Columbus Children’s Theatre and BalletMet will explore all the skills of a “Triple Threat”: singing, dancing and acting.  Not only will you learn the basics of stage presence, scene work and audition skills, but by the time the class is over you will be able to act, dance and sing your way across that stage.  Be prepared for a Share Day performance worthy of a Tony Award on the McConnell’s Bronwynn Theatre stage.

Sign up now and be part of the fun!
Other camps available for all ages!

 

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Camp Wyandot

Camp Name:  Camp Wyandot

Sponsor:  Camp Fire USA Central Ohio Council

Phone:  614-481-8227

Fax:  614-481-8229

Web:  centralohiocampfire.org

Email:  amycfusa [at] ameritech [dot] net 

Contact Person:  Margie Dooley

Age/Grade:  boys & girls completing 2nd grade thru 12th grade

Type:  Overnight Camp

Length of Program:  Sunday late afternoon thru Saturday morning

Cost:  $370.00

Financial Aid:  Yes

Program Description:  Campers participate in a wide variety of outdoor activities including:  swimming, canoeing, fishing, camping skills, outdoor cooking, overnights, hiking, nature exploration, singing, crafts, and much more.  Accredited by the American Camp Association.

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Mansion Day School Summer Camp 2013

Sponsor: Mansion Day School

Phone: 614-258-4449

Fax: 614-258-7001

Web: www.mansiondayschool.org

Email: johnsonc [at] mansiondayschool [dot] org

Contact Person: Christie Johnson

Subject/Content: Academics – Reading, Writing, Math, Multicultural Themes, Art, Music, Woodworking, Robotics, Martial Arts, and much more!

Grade Level: Preschool-5th Grade

Type: Academic Day Camp

Length of Program: June 17, 2013 – August 9, 2013

Hours: 7:00 AM-6:00 PM

Program Description:

Mansion Day School is committed to providing your child with an academic summer camp program taught by certified teachers.  In addition to reading, writing, and math instruction, your child will experience eight countries as we “travel” the world.  Each week, we will explore a new country through art projects, musical performances, storytellers, and ethnic foods.  While the mornings are filled with academics, the afternoons are an opportunity for swimming, field trips, and cultural events.  Our travel day runs from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM.  Childcare (which is included in the cost of tuition) begins at 7:00 AM and ends at 6:00 PM.  Enrichment Academies are also offered to provide students with a more intensive study of math, writing, robotics, woodworking, music, art, and other areas.

 

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Franklin Park Conservatory Summer Camps

Franklin Park Conservatory

Summer Camps

With nature as the touchstone for each workshop, the Conservatory’s summer programs allow children to gain hands-on experiences exploring the natural world through the lens of science and the arts.  Each workshop is planned around a theme and includes age appropriate and enriching activities. 

Several new topics/experiences are planned for camps this summer, including a glass blowing workshop for 16-18 year old students and a special camp to accompany the Conservatory’s exhibition Savage Gardens, opening July 10, 2010!  Popular half-day camps for preschool and kindergarten students are again available as well as full-day camps for 1st-8th grade students. 

For additional information call the Registrar at 614.645.5923
or the Education Desk at 614.645.5863
http://www.fpconservatory.org/programcamp.htm

Camp’s start at $80/participant.

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Foster Family Woodcraft Scholarship (Ages 11-13)

A Distinguished Merit Scholarship Program for Ohio Residents Ages 11-13

Sponsor: Culver Summer Schools & Camps
1300 Academy Rd #138
Culver, IN 46511
Phone: (800) 221-2020 Fax: (574) 842-8462
Web: www.culver.org/foster
Email: rymane [at] culver [dot] org
Contact person: Emily Ryman
Subject/content: making this information available to you
Age/grade level: Ages 11-13 who are residents of Ohio
Type: 6-week leadership overnight camp
Length of program: 6-weeks
Cost: Free with Awarded Scholarship, Discounted with Financial Aid, or basic tuition is $4,950
Financial aid?: Yes

Notes: The Foster Scholarship provides campers, ages 11-13, with the summer opportunity of a lifetime.

The Foster Scholarship is a full-tuition, merit scholarship that includes room and board, required fees, and uniforms. Preference will be given to those candidates qualifying for financial aid and those residing in Ohio.

The scholarship is renewable annually. Recipients who continue to excel academically, as a camp leader, and in activities will realize a total value in excess of $15,000 over three summers at Culver.

To be considered, applicants must have previously demonstrated excellence in academics, citizenship and character.

Each scholarship recipient is expected to exemplify leadership in his or her cabin and to be in good citizenship standing while attending Woodcraft Camp and to report in September to the Foster family on his or her Woodcraft experience.

A special added component of the Foster Scholarship will be the opportunity for recipients to attend a designated leadership conference during the school year to be determined on an individual basis for each recipient. The Foster Scholarship is open to campers who have displayed academic, citizenship, and character excellence, and who have been admitted to the Cardinal or Beaver level (ages 11-13) of Culver Woodcraft Camp.

Culver’s Foster Family Woodcraft Scholarship is open to outstanding students. Competition for the Foster Scholarship will be keen. It is recommended that students apply for admission to Woodcraft Camp and submit their Foster Scholarship application well before the deadline. Applicants must be accepted for admittance to Woodcraft Camp before they will be considered for the Foster Scholarship. The Foster family’s generous gift to Culver will provide scholarship recipients the opportunity to learn, grow, and mature in an international educational environment with campers from around the world.

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