Play, Grow and Make Things Go
At DCCC Summer Camps - 2015
Looking for a summer camp for elementary, middle or high school students?
Check out these exciting camps:
$130 (per week) + $35 registration fee, Co-ed
June 15–August 14, 7:30am – 5:30pm • Rising K–2nd Graders
Campers will be immersed in a different theme each week over nine weeks, including Creative Cuisine (nutrition), Creepy Creatures (biology), Creative Creations (technology), Storybook Adventures (literacy), and Space Adventures (science).
Session 1 ($59)
June 22–26, 8am – 11am • Rising 1st–8th Graders
Students will work with college coaches and college volleyball players to build a foundation of volleyball skills and knowledge as they learn more about this fun sport.
Session 2 ($75)
June 22-26, 12pm – 3pm • Rising 9th-12th Graders
Students will learn elite volleyball skills such as jump serving, float serving, slides, quicks, shoots and more working with DCCC Storm’s nationally ranked team.
Session 1 ($79)
June 15–19, 8am – 12pm • Rising 1st–6th graders
Students will work with college coaches and college basketball players to build a foundation of basketball skills and knowledge as they learn more about this fun sport.
Session 2 ($99)
June 15–19, 1pm – 5pm • Rising 7th–12th Graders
Students will join members of the DCCC Storm team for an all inclusive basketball skills camp with 1-on-1 coaching as they develop new skills and reinforce valuable fundamentals.
STEM Jr. Camp
June 15–19, 8:30am – 3:30pm • Rising 1st–3rd Graders
This camp enhances understanding of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through exciting and fun activities, including Lego Robotics, engineering and activities that explore properties of air, bubbles and things that glow
July 13–17, 8:30am – 12:30pm (M–Th) and 8:30 – 3:30 (F) • Rising 4th–8th Graders
The students will develop problem solving and critical thinking skills by learning about robotic programming using the Lego Mindstorm robots. Students will learn innovative engineering design techniques as they build bridges out of Styrofoam and balsa wood.
Future Emergency Response Heroes Summer Camp
July 20–24, 8am – 5pm • Rising 6th–8th Graders
Students will hear from firefighters and emergency services personnel and learn CPR, basic first aid, how to use a fire extinguisher, basic water and boating safety and the use of personal flotation devices in water activities. They’ll write a home emergency escape plan, observe rescue activities and will see the 911 Center in action.
Raspberry Pi Camp
July 6–9, 8:30am – 12:30pm • Rising 6th–8th Graders
Students will learn the basics of computer programming and how computers work, while being introduced to Open Source hardware and software using a Linux based operating system. Students will receive a Raspberry Pi (small, portable computer) unit with SD memory card, HDMI cable and a power adapter to take home after the camp has ended.
Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Global Leadership Camp
June 22-26, 9am – 3pm • Rising 7th–10th Graders
This is a one-of-a-kind experience to stimulate student interest in international education and global citizenship through interactive activities, including cultural “fashion” shows, crafts, film and music, art appreciation, leadership and language exploration. Accepting early drop-off of 8 a.m. and late pick-up until 5 p.m. for working parents.
Cyber Security & Coding Camp
July 13–17, 8:30am – 12:30pm • Rising 9th–12th Graders
Through small groups of three, along with individual work, the students will experience the collegial environment of the DCCC Career and College Promise (CCP program). They’ll develop problem solving, critical thinking and troubleshooting skills by practicing real time hands-on projects.