- Week 1: July 8-12
- Week 2: July 15-19
Where: Inspire Elementary School: 875 Michigan Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Who: Open to ages 5-11, space is limited!
- $50 per student currently enrolled at Inspire Elementary
- $100 per non-enrolled student
Jr. Engineering Live - July 8-12
Students will engage in hands-on project design and coding applications to develop solutions to project-based learning activities. Each day focuses on group and individual roles and tasks needed to find a solution to the daily engineering problem. The camp teaches creative thinking, reinforces the 5 step scientific thinking process, uses collaborative problem solving, basic coding, construction, and design applications. This camp is ideal for young learners who are interested in learning more about Engineering.
The Living Arts - July 8-12
Students will participate in an introductory study of the fine arts, including music, dance, and the art mediums of chalk, finger paint, and watercolors. Students will actively participate in learning the importance the arts have in our cultural development and learn some basic techniques to advance their interests in each field. This class will be taught by students and professionals in each field and will be geared toward young to intermediate learners.
Healthy Lives - July 15-19
Fitness and nutrition are important aspects of a safe and healthy life. In this camp, young learners will participate in sports such as basketball and tennis that are enhanced by a study of nutritional health, fitness techniques and developmental goal setting. Students will learn core and aerobic health exercises as well as mental health strategies on how to relieve stress.
How to Enroll
Interested families may enroll through our website by clicking here. Registration and payment are due prior to 4:00 p.m. on June 14, 2019. Payments can be made by cash or check for enrolled families. Non-enrolled families are cash only.
Requirements for Participation
All students participating in the camps should be able to follow adult directions and participate in collaborative learning activities with limited redirection. Any students who are disruptive to the positive learning culture will be removed for the benefit of maintaining an active learning environment. Students who arrive after 9:15am or are not picked up by 12:15pm will be asked not to return. No refunds will be issued for a student removal from a camp based on disciplinary concerns or the failure of the parent or guardian to drop-off or pick-up their student within fifteen minutes of the camps beginning or end time.