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					Charlotte Christian School




Expanding your horizons




2011 Summer Camps
                                         table of contents
                                         & general policies

                            TablE of ConTEnTS
           overview of Summer Camps                                         2-3
           Enrichment Camps                                                 4-15
           Discovery place Science reach Camps                              14
           Knights Sports Camps                                             16-19
           Super Summer Day Camp                                            20
           registration forms                                               21-25


                                    gEnEral poliCiES

    The policies for summer camp students in regard to conduct, courtesy, appearance and
          honor code will be the same as regular Charlotte Christian School policies.

	   •	 All	students	and	visitors	are	expected	to	exemplify	Jesus	Christ	and	pursue	excellence	at	
       all times.

	   •	 Charlotte	Christian	School	operates	under	an	honor	code	which	specifically	forbids	
	   	 stealing,	cheating	or	lying.		Campers	who	violate	this	policy	are	subject	to	suspension	or	
       dismissal.

	   •		Modest	and	appropriate	clothing	is	required	while	on	campus.		
	   	 Footwear	is	required	at	all	times.		

	   •		Boys	shall	not	wear	earrings	or	any	other	inappropriate	jewelry.

	   •		No	visible	body	piercing	or	visible	tattoos	will	be	allowed.

	   •		Hats,	caps	or	other	head	coverings	are	not	allowed	inside	the	buildings.

	   •		The	possession	of	tobacco,	alcoholic	beverages,	drugs	and	firearms	is	not	allowed	on	
       campus and can lead to an immediate dismissal without refund.

	   •		Students	must	arrive	and	be	picked	up	on	time.		There	is	a	late	fee	of	$10	per	
	   	 10	minutes.	


             *Charlotte	Christian	School	reserves	the	right	to	modify	summer	camp	
                policies and combine appropriate classes based on enrollment.
                             What will you do with your summer?
                             Many	of	us	will	take	time	to	travel	to	visit	with	family	and	friends.	     	
                             Others	 will	 choose	 to	 catch	 up	 on	 the	 extra	 sleep	 maybe	 lost	
                             during	the	busy	school	year.		But	what	will	your	student	do	when	
                             the	traveling	is	done	and	they’ve	gotten	all	the	extra	sleep	they	
                             need?	 	 I	 have	 the	 answer	 for	 your	 family!	 	 Come	 join	 us	 for	 a	
                             Charlotte Christian School summer camp. While attending camp
                             students	can	learn,	play	and	explore	in	the	areas	of	athletics,	fine	
                             arts	and	enrichment.	Each	of	these	areas	will	provide	them	with	an	
                             opportunity to expand their horizons.

Charlotte	Christian	School	strives	to	meet	the	needs	of	the	whole	child	-	heart,	mind,	body,	and	
soul.	As	educators,	we	know	that	this	is	a	continual	process.	It	is	our	desire	to	provide	students	
with	opportunities	to	excel	outside	the	classroom.	Our	summer	programs	provide	students	with	
opportunities to expand their horizons spiritually, emotionally, and physically while integrating
biblical truth into the daily learning of the campers.

Our	sports	camps	will	allow	students	to	sharpen	their	skills	and	solidify	the	fundamentals	of	the	
game.	Our	enrichment	camps	will	capture	the	imagination	and	spark	creativity	for	learning.	
Whether	it	is	creating	and	designing	their	own	special	cake,	exploring	dinosaurs,	or	enjoying	
a	week	full	of	legos,	each	day	will	hold	something	new.

Whether	your	student	would	like	to	attend	camp	for	one	week	or	for	many	weeks,	there	are	a	
variety	of	camps	available	that	will	peak	the	interest	of	students	who	love	to	learn,	play	and	
explore.	We	hope	that	your	family	will	come	spend	time	with	us	this	summer	as	we	expand our
horizons together.

In Christ,

Allycia	R.	Brown
Director of Summer Camps
Charlotte Christian School




                                                                                                            1
                          overview of summer camps
                          All	camps	reflect	the	rising	grade	of	the	camper.
                          *Camps	offered	by	Discovery	Place.



                                                                         June 13 - 17
                                                                         Course name                          age/Grade         Page
                                                                         Astronaut	Academy*                   Grades	2	-	3       14
overview




                                                                         Knights	Baseball                     Ages	5	-	15        16
                                                                         Blast	Off!*                          Grades	K	-	1       14
                                                                         Bubbles	Galore                       Grades	JK	-	2      4
                                                                         Computer	Skills	-	Microsoft	Word/ Grade	9	-	
                                                                                                                                 5
                                                                         Power	Point	(June	13	-	16)        Adult
                                                                         CPR	Certification/Intro.	to	First	Aid	 Grades	6	-	12    5
                                                                         (June	13	-	15)

                                                                                                              Grade	4	-	
                                                                         Create	Your	Memories                                    6
                                                                                                              Adult
                                                                         Explore	A	World	of	Drawing           Grades	1	-	5       6
                                                                         Film	Production                      Grades	9	-	12      7
                                                                         Let’s	Get	Painting                   Grades	1	-	5       8
                                                                         Let’s	Have	Some	Fun	with	Golf	       Ages	5	-	15        18
                                                                         (June	13	-	16)

                                                                         Let’s	Play	With	Clay                 Grades	3	-	5       9
           May 31 - June 3
                                                                         Little	Diva	Dance                    Grades	JK	-	2      15
           Course name                          age/Grade         Page
                                                                         Look!	Look!	I’m	A	Book	Nook	Cook     Grades	JK	-	1      8
           Knights	Baseball                     Ages	5	-	15        16
                                                                                                              Grades	9	-	
                                                                         Power	Tools	101                                         10
                                                                                                              Adult
                                                                         Sign Language                        Grades	3	-	5       11
           June 6 - 10
                                                                         Super Summer Day Camp                Grades	JK	-	3      20
           Course name                          age/Grade         Page
                                                                         Swim                                 Grades	K	-	8       19
           Knights	Baseball                     Ages	5	-	15        16
                                                                         Tennis                               Grades	K	-	5       19
           Chess	Academy	(Beginner)             Grades	1	-	5       5
                                                                         Tennis                               Grades	6	-	8       19
           Knights Football                     Grades	K	-	6       16
                                                                         Theatre/Improvisation                Grades	6	-	10      11
           Cupcake	Fun                          Grades	2	-	5       6
           Knights	Basketball                   Grade	2	-	8        17
           Lacrosse                             Grades	6	-	8       18
                                                Ages	3	-	
           Little	Conservatory	of	Music                            15
                                                Grade 2
           Mini	Dribblers	Basketball	(June	6	-	9) Grades	JK	-	1    17
           Musical	Theatre                      Grade	6	-	10       9
           Pony	Camp	at	Cat	Nap	Farm	           Grades	1	-	5       9
           (June	6	-	9)

           Pottery	Formations                   Grades	3	-	6       10
           Soccer	Skills	(June	6	-	9)           Grades	JK	-	5      19
           Super Summer Day Camp                Grades	JK	-	3      20


 2
June 20 - 24                                                         July 11 - 15
Course name                          age/Grade       Page            Course name                      age/Grade       Page
Autour	Du	Monde	Francophone          Grades	1	-	3     4              American	Girl	Doll               Grades	1	-	5      4
A	World	In	Motion                    Grades	2	-	6     4              Cheerleading	-	Bases	&	Flyers    Grades	3	-	8      16
Cheerleading	-	                                                      Knights	Basketball               Grades	2	-	8      17
                                     Grades	JK	-	5    16
Basic	Fundamentals                                                   Sign Language                    Grades	3	-	5      11
YMCA	Camp	Harrison	                                                  SOAR®	Study	Skills	Advantage     Grades	6	-	8      12
Dude	Ranch	Adventure	                Ages	7	-	16      13
(June	19	-	25	-	Overnight)                                           Soccer	Skills	(June	11	-	14)     Grades	JK	-	5     19
YMCA	Camp	Harrison	                                                  Super Summer Day Camp            Grades	JK	-3      20
Resident	                            Ages	7	-	16      13             Swim                             Grades	K	-	8      19
(June	19	-	25	-	Overnight)
                                                                     Tennis                           Grades	K	-	5      19
Eco Camp*                            Grades	4	-	5     14
Extreme	Stuff	You	Always	
                                     Grades	3	-	6     6
Wanted to Do Camp                                                    July 18 - 22
Fit-n-Play                           Grades	JK	-	2    15             Course name                      age/Grade       Page
Junior	Lady	Knights	Basketball       Grades	2	-	5     17             Junior	Lady	Knights	Basketball   Grades	2	-	5      17




                                                                                                                             overview
Karate                               Grades	K	-	5     7              Lady	Ballers	Basketball          Grades	6	-	9      17
Lady	Ballers	Basketball              Grades	6	-	9     17             Let’s	Play	With	Clay             Grades	3	-	5      9
Percussion                           Grades	K	-	5     10             Pony	Camp	at	Cat	Nap	Farm
                                                                                                      Grades	1	-	5      11
                                     Grades	9	-	                     (July	18	-	22)
Puppets	&	Plays                                       11
                                     Adult                           Running	With	Scissors*           Grades	4	-	5      14
Science Smorgasbord*                 Grades	2	-	3     14             Soccer	Skills                    Grades	JK	-	5     19
Soccer	Skills	(June	20	-	23)         Grades	6	-	8     19             Super Summer Day Camp            Grades	JK	-	3     20
Super Summer Day Camp                Grades	JK	-	3    20             Taking	It	Up	A	Notch	Golf
                                                                     (July	18	-	21)
                                                                                                      Ages	5	-	15       18
Taking	It	Up	A	Notch	Golf            Ages	5	-	15      18
(June	20	-	23)                                                       WeDo	Robotics	-	Lego	Education   Grades	3	-	6      12
Young Einsteins*                     Grades	K	-	1     14
                                                                     July 25 - 29
                                                                     Course name                      age/Grade       Page
                                                                     Chess	Academy	(Advanced)         Grades	1	-5       5
                                                                     Club	Penguin                     Grades	K	-	5      5
                                                                     Fun	with	Fancy	Nancy             Grades	JK	-	2     7
                                                                     Kids In The Kitchen              Grades	3	-	5      8
                                                                     Lego	Mania                       Grades	1	-	5      8
                                                                     Let’s	Get	Serious	About	Golf	    Ages	5	-	15       18
                                                                     (July	25	-	29)

                                                                     Mathtastic                       Grades	3	-	5      9
                                                                     SOAR®	Study	Skills	Advantage     Grades	9	-	12     12
June 27 - July 1                                                     Super Splash                     Grades	K	-	5      11
Course name                          age/Grade       Page            Super Summer Day Camp            Grades	JK	-	3     20
Knights	Baseball                     Ages	5	-	15      16             Wrestling                        Grades	K	-	5      19
Critter	Care	Takers*                 Grades	K	-	1     14             Wrestling                        Grades	6	-	12     19
Computer	Skills	-	Microsoft	Excel	   Grade	9	-	
                                                      5              auGust 1 - 5
(June	27	-	30)                       Adult
Fencing                              Grades	3	-	6     7              Course name                      age/Grade       Page
Let’s	Get	Serious	About	Golf	                                        Cupcake	Fun                      Grades	2	-	5      6
(June	27	-	30)
                                     Ages	5	-	15      18
                                                                     JetToy	Challenge                 Grades	K	-	5      7
Let’s	Play	Games                     Grades	3	-	5     8              Knights	Basketball               Grades	2	-	8      17
Running	With	Scissors*               Grades	2	-	3     14             Pony	Camp	at	Cat	Nap	Farm
                                                                                                      Grades	1	-	5      9
SOAR®	Study	Skills	Advantage         Grades	4	-	5     12             (Aug.	1	-	4)
Super Summer Day Camp                Grades	JK	-	3    20             Super Summer Day Camp            Grades	JK	-	3     20


      For	more	information	please	contact	Allycia	Brown	at	allycia.brown@charchrist.com	or	(704)	366-5657,	ext.	2003.
                     All	camp	directors	have	passed	a	background	check	by	Charlotte	Christian	School.
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                                                                                     enrichment

                                                                                      a WorlD in moTion SKimmEr ChallEngE
                                                                                      SAE	 (Society	 of	 Automotive	 Engineers)	 International’s	 A	
                                                                                      World	 in	 Motion	 program	 brings	 science,	 technology,	
                                                                                      engineering,	and	math	(STEM)	education	to	life.

                                                                                      You	will	be	involved	in	the	Engineering	Design	Experience	
                                                                                      which	provides	a	problem	solving	context	in	which	you	will	
                                                                                      design	 your	 own	 skimmer.	 The	 Engineering	 Design	
                                                                                      Experience	will	consist	of	the	following	five	phases:		

             amEriCan girl Doll                                                       1.	Set	Goals	      2.	Build	Knowledge
             Come	 and	 enjoy	 a	 week	 of	 fun	 with	 your	 American	 Girl	          3.	Design			4.	Build	and	Test				5.	Present
enrichment




             dolls	 offered	 by	 American	 Girl	 Doll	 extraordinaire,	 Mrs.	
             Judy	Myers.	Girls	will	enjoy	a	week	of	fun	creating	crafts,	             You will construct a paper sailboat that is
             learning	etiquette,	dressing	their	dolls,	and	creating	fun	hair	                                                             	
                                                                                      propelled	 by	 fans	 and	 glides	 along	 the	 floor.	
             styles, and much more. Each day will focus on a different                You will test the effect of different sail shapes, sizes, and
             American	Girl	Doll.	Whether	you	are	new	to	the	camp	or	                  construction	methods	on	the	performance	of	your	skimmer.	      	
             have	done	it	before,	this	promises	to	be	a	week	of	fun-filled	           The	goal	of	this	challenge	is	to	design	a	set	of	skimmers	that	
             activity.	All	activities	are	different	from	previous	summers.	      	    reliably	meet	specific	performance	criteria.		Friction,	forces,	
             Campers	will	need	to	bring	supplies	to	this	camp.	A	complete	            and the effect of surface area are some of the physical
             list	 will	 be	 given	 upon	 receipt	 of	 registration.	 	 Space	 is	    phenomena that you will encounter in this challenge.
             limited	 so	 don’t	 delay	 on	 getting	 your	 spot.	 	 Afternoon	
             material is different from morning camp session.                         Directors:	        Barb	Mitchell,	LS Teacher Assistant
                                                                                      	                  &	Kimberly	Warr,	LS Technology Teacher
             Director:	          Judy	Myers,	MS Administrative Assistant              age:	              Rising	Grades	2	-	6
             age:	               Rising	Grades	1	-	5                                  Date:	             June	20	-	24
             Date:	              July	11	-	15                                         time:	             1	-	4	p.m.
             time:	              9	a.m.	-	Noon	or	1	-	4	p.m.                          Cost: 	            $160
             Cost: 	             $150	-	half	day
             	                   $250	-	full	day                                      bubblES galorE
                                                                                      Calling	 all	 Bubbleologists!	 	 Have	 you	 ever	 wanted	 to	
             auTour Du monDE franCophonE                                              actually	be	INSIDE	a	giant	bubble?		Do	you	know	the	secret	
             loWEr SChool frEnCh                                                      to	putting	your	whole	hand	inside	a	bubble	without	making	
             Come	discover	the	food,	games,	stories,	and	crafts	of	five	              it	pop?		Did	you	know	that	you	can	blow	a	bubble	using	only	
             different	 French-speaking	 countries.	 	 Bring	 your	 passport	         your	bare	hands?			What’s	the	perfect	bubble	juice	recipe?	  	
             and	sense	of	adventure	as	we	“travel”	to	France,	Belgium,	               As	Bubbleologists,	campers	will	discover	the	science	of	how	
             Cameroon,	Martinique,	and	Canada.		Allons-y!                             bubbles	 form,	 why	 they’re	 spherical	 and	 the	 connection	
                                                                                      between	liquids	and	gases.		Let	the	bubble	fun	begin!			
             Director:	          Madame	Dawn	Young,	
                                 US French Teacher                                    Director:	         Marybeth	Stephenson,	
             age:	               Rising	Grades	1	-	3                                                     LS Teacher Assistant
             Date:	              June	20	-	24                                         age:	              Rising	Grades	JK	-	2
             time:	              9	a.m.	-	Noon                                        Date:	             June	13	-	17
             Cost: 	             $150	                                                time:	             9	a.m.	-	Noon
                                                                                      Cost: 	            $150
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                                                                   enrichment

                           ChESS aCaDEmy                            CompuTEr SKillS -
                           Campers will learn the names             miCroSofT WorD/poWEr poinT
                           and	movements	of	the	pieces	and	   	     This is a camp for high school students and adults that
                           how to win the game. Lessons will        would	 like	 to	 develop	 their	 computer	 skills	 and	 better	
                           include basic tactical themes and        manage	 their	 digital	 world	 of	 files.	 	 Emphasis	 will	 be	 on	
                           patterns. Tournament rules and           good	file	management	and	word	processing.		Training	will	
                           practices will be taught each day.       be	provided	in	Microsoft	Windows	7	and	Word	2007.	You	
                           All	 campers	 will	 learn	 a	 brief	     will	learn	some	tips	and	tricks	to	increase	your	comfort	level	
                           history of the origin of chess.          the	next	time	you	sit	in	front	of	your	computer.	

                           The	camp	will	be	led	by	Matthew	         Director:           Carol Grubbs, US Computer Teacher
                           Noble,	 director	 of	 the	 Charlotte	    age:                Rising Grade	9	-	Adult




                                                                                                                                           enrichment
                           Chess	Academy.		He	has	several	          Date:	 	            June	13	-	16	(4	day	camp)
                           years’	 teaching	 experience	            time:               9	a.m.	-	Noon
                           working	with	players	of	all	levels.	     Cost:               $100
                           In addition to this, he has attained
                           the	title	of	National	Master	(top	       CompuTEr SKillS - miCroSofT ExCEl
                                                                    This is a camp for high school students and adults that
                           1-2%	nationally).
                                                                    would	like	to	learn	how	to	use	Microsoft	Excel	spreadsheet	
                                                                    software.		Training	will	be	provided	in	Microsoft	Windows	
Director:			    Matthew	Noble,	
                                                                    7	and	Excel	2007.	You	will	learn	how	to	unleash	the	power	
                Director of Chess Academy
                                                                    of	this	software	for	financial	purposes,	data	organization,	
age:	 	         Rising	Grades	1	-	5
                                                                    and analysis. Content will be suitable for beginner and
Dates & times:	 June	6	-	10	•	1	-	4	p.m.	(Beginner)
                                                                    intermediate	level	users.
	       	       July	25	-	29	•	9	a.m.	-	Noon	(Advanced)
Cost: 	 	       $150                                                Director:           Carol Grubbs, US Computer Teacher
                                                                    age:                Rising Grade	9	-	Adult
Club pEnguin                                                        Date:	 	            June	27	-	30	(4	day	camp)
Come	 join	 the	 amazing	 world	 of	 Club	 Penguin.	 	 We	 will	    time:               9	a.m.	-	Noon
create	 or	 share	 your	 favorite	 areas	 of	 the	 popular	 Web	    Cost:               $100
site as well as do games and crafts for your penguin. You
can	even	challenge	your	friends	on	the	new	Club	Penguin	            Cpr CErTifiCaTion WiTh
Wii game. Cool down from the summer heat with an artic              inTroDuCTion To firST aiD
cool	camp!	                                                         This	camp	includes	instruction,	practice,	and	certification	in	
                                                                    CPR	for	adults,	children,	and	infants	with	the	use	of	an	AED	
Directors:         Barb	Mitchell,	LS Teacher Assistant              (automated	external	defibrillator).		An	introduction	to	first	
	        	         &	Kimberly	Warr,	LS Technology Teacher           aid will also be included. This class is perfect for any middle
age:               Rising	Grades	1	-	5                              or	upper	school	student	who	would	like	to	learn	these	life-
Date:	 	           July	25	-	29                                     saving	skills	and	would	be	especially	beneficial	for	students	
time:              1	-	4	p.m.                                       who babysit.
Cost:              $145
                                                                    Directors:          Charlotte	Christian	Nursing	Staff
                                                                    age:	 	             Rising	Grades	6	-	12
                                                                    Date:               June	13	-	15
                                                                    time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon
                                                                    Cost: 	 	           $125

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                                                                            enrichment

                  CrEaTE your mEmoriES                                       ExTrEmE STuff you’vE
                  Photos	capture	a	moment,	but	only	albums	allow	you	        alWayS WanTED To Do
                to celebrate and share the richness of your memories.        At	“Extreme	Stuff	You’ve	Always	Wanted	To	Do	camp”	you	
                   Creating	your	own	treasured	scrapbook	is	easy	with	       and	your	friends	engineer	all	the	extreme	fun!		What’s	a	
                      four simple steps. Come and learn these four easy      slip-n-slide	until	you	assemble	a	customized	obstacle	course	
                         steps and create a beautiful album to share with    with	it?	What’s	a	water	balloon	without	launching	it	using	a	
                            your friends and family. You will be creating    giant	hand	crafted	slingshot?		What’s	a	bubble	until	you’re	
                             your	 own	 12	 x	 12	 album	 using	 quality	    inside	of	one	that’s	10	feet	tall?		What’s	ice	cream	unless	
                            Creative	Memories	products.		This	could	be	a	    there’s	a	huge	“Human	Chocolate	Sundae”	contest	involved?	  	
                    great way to put your Anne of Green Gables, Wizard       What	 has	 every	 camper	 always	 wanted	 to	 do	 but	 never	
             of Oz, Annie Jr. or any memories into print.                    done?		Yes,	we’re	even	taking	lunch	to	the	extreme	so	come	
                                                                             ready	for	a	FOOD	FIGHT!		Bring	your	EXTREME	ideas	and	a	
enrichment




             Products	included	(Camper	supply	kit):		                        swimsuit,	too	because	we’ll	enjoy	swimming	at	the	Charlotte	
             	 •	 12	x	12	PicFolio	Photo	Album	with	                         Christian	pool!
             	 	 32	Side-Loading	Sleeves
             	 •	 32	pre-decorated	pages
                                                                             Director:         Marybeth	Stephenson,	
             	 •	 1	sheet	of	clear	title	stickers	in	brown
             	 •	 3	sheets	of	die	cuts	with	ready-to-stick	foam	tabs	                          LS Assistant Teacher
                  that add dimension                                         age:	       	     Rising	Grades	3	-	6
             	 •	 Tape	Runner                                                Date:	      	     June	20	-	24
             	 •	 4	Basic	Fine-Tip	Pens                                      time:	      	     9	a.m.	-	4	p.m.
                                                                             Cost:			    	     $250
             Directors:        Barb	Mitchell,	LS Teacher Assistant
             	 	 	    	        &	Kimberly	Warr,	LS Technology Teacher        ExplorE a
             age: 		 	         Rising	Grades	4	-	Adult                       WorlD of DraWing
             Date: 	 	         June	13	-	17
                                                                             Come	and	join	Lower	School	
             time: 	 	         9	a.m.	-	Noon
                                                                             Art	Teacher	Jennifer	Williams	
             Cost: 		 	        $250
                                                                             as she encourages students to
                                                                             use their imagination during
             CupCaKE fun                                                     this	 wonderful	 week	 of	 art	
             Come and celebrate the holidays                                 camp. Each day campers will
             and	 special	 occasions	 by	 baking	                            learn	how	to	use	a	variety	of	
             and	 decorating	 cupcakes.	 Create	                             materials including pencil,
             edible	 pieces	 of	 art	 that	 you’ll	 be	                      pen, oil pastels, and charcoal
             able	 to	 enjoy	 throughout	 the	 year	 at	                     to create fabulous pieces of
             Birthdays,	 Easter,	 Valentine’s	 Day,	 Mother’s	               art.	 Be	 ready…after	 a	 few	
             Day,	 Father’s	 Day,	 Christmas,	 Thanksgiving	 and	            days at camp they might
             more.	Campers	will	bring	home	creations	each	day	to	enjoy	      ask	their	parents	to	sit	for	a	
             with their family. Wear comfortable clothes and an apron.       portrait!
             All	materials	will	be	included.
                                                                             Director:         Jennifer	Williams,	LS Art Teacher
             Director: 	     Angelina	Ferrari,	MS Spanish Teacher            age:	 	           Rising	Grades	1	-	5
             ages & Dates: 	 Rising	Grades	1	-	5	•	June	6	-	10               Date:	 	          June	13	-	17
             	        	      Rising	Grades	5	-	8	•	August	1	-	5              time:	 	          9	a.m.	-	Noon
             time: 	 	       9	a.m.	-	Noon                                   Cost:			 	        $165
             Cost: 		 	      $165	(Min.	6	•	Max.	15)
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fEnCing                                                              fun WiTh fanCy nanCy
This	 exciting	 course	 offers	 all	                                 Come	 explore	 the	 amazing	 world	 of	 Fancy	
the	 fundamentals	 of	 this	 fast-                                   Nancy!	 	 Learn	 lots	 of	 fancy	 words,	 be	 an	
paced	 sport.	 Through	 a	 variety	 of	 exercises,	 drills	 and	     explorer	 extraordinaire,	 relax	 on	 spa	 day	
games,	 students	 will	 learn	 the	 footwork	 and	 blade-work	       and	practice	your	etiquette	at	a	fancy	tea	
techniques	used	in	modern	fencing.	Fencing	is	a	martial	art	         party.		Most	of	all,	have	lots	of	fun	in	a	very	
that	develops	quickness,	discipline,	fair	play	and	confidence.		     fancy	way!
The last day of camp will feature a practice tournament in
which	the	students	can	test	out	their	new	swashbuckling	skills.	     Directors:          Barb	Mitchell,	LS Teacher Assistant
Students	 are	 asked	 to	 wear	 comfortable	 athletic	 clothing	     	 	 	    	          &	Kimberly	Warr,	LS Technology Teacher
and proper athletic shoes.                                           age:	 	             Rising	Grades	JK	-	2
                                                                     Date:	 	            July	25	-	29




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Fencing	masks,	jackets,	gauntlets	and	swords	are	provided	           time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon
by	Charlotte	Fencing	Academy	for	use	during	the	camp.	               Cost:               $145

Director:          Colleen Gallant,                                           JETToy ChallEngE
                   Charlotte Fencing Academy Instructor                        A	ficticious	toy	company,	EarthToy	Designs,	needs	
age:	 	            Rising	Grades	3	-	6                                         our	help!		They	need	us	to	come	up	with	designs	
Date:	             June	27	-	July	1                                                                                                 	
                                                                                    for	 a	 new	 line	 of	 ballon-powered	 vehicles.	
time:	 	           9	a.m.	-	Noon                                                      We will build and test our machines to
Cost: 		 	         $180                                                               come	up	with	the	best	design.		At	the	end	of	
                                                                                   the	week,	we	will	present	our	designs	of	the	
film proDuCTion                                                      ultimate	JETTOY	and	celebrate	our	success!
This	course	aims	to	teach	students	the	basics	of	film	production	
with the ultimate goal of writing, shooting, and editing a           Directors:          Barb	Mitchell,	LS Teacher Assistant
short	film	with	a	group	of	their	peers.	During	their	time	in	the	    	 	 	    	          &	Kimberly	Warr,	LS Technology Teacher
class, students will learn how to craft a script from scratch,       age:	 	             Rising	Grades	2	-	6
frame shots with the camera, direct actors and actresses, and        Date:	 	            Aug.	1	-	5
upload	and	edit	footage	using	Final	Cut	Express.	Students	           time:	 	            1	-	4	p.m.
will	leave	with	a	DVD	of	their	work	to	commemorate	their	            Cost: 		 	          $160
time	together.	No	expereience	necessary!
                                                                     KaraTE
Director:          Chad Fair, US Broadcasting/Film Teacher           (White,	Orange,	Yellow,	Yellow	Stripe,	Blue	and	Blue	Stripe	
age:	 	            Rising	Grades	9	-	12                              Belts)		This	class	covers	basic	level	kicks,	blocks	and	strikes,	
Date:	 	           June	13	-	17                                      as	well	as	formal	and	informal	techniques.	On	the	last	day	
time:	 	           9	a.m.	-	4	p.m.                                   of	class,	students	test	for	their	next	belt	level.		The	test	will	
Cost:              $300	(Max.	10	students)                           include	 their	 color	 belt,	 certificate	 and	 requirements	 for	
                                                                                      their	next	belt.	

                                                                                     Director:     Sgt. Irwin Carmichael
                                                                                     age:	 	       Rising	Grades	K	-	5
                                                                                     Date:	 	      June	20	-	24
                                                                                     time:	 	      1	-	4	p.m.
                                                                                     Cost: 		 	    $185

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             KiDS in ThE KiTChEn
             Campers	will	learn	how	to	prepare	kid	friendly	recipes	in	
             the	kitchen	with	Mrs.	Diane	Ketron.	Campers	will	create	a	
             variety	of	dinner	recipes	as	well	learn	how	to	make	fun	
             party	appetizers.	In	addition	to	cooking	campers	will	
             practice	basic	etiquette	skills.	Campers	will	also	learn	
             how	to	clean	up	after	themselves	in	the	kitchen.		Each	
             camper	will	leave	with	a	kid-friendly	recipe	book	
             and an apron.

             Director:           Diane Ketron,
                                 Fourth Grade Teacher                                 lET’S gET painTing
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             age:	 	             Rising	Grades	3	-	5                                  Have	you	ever	looked	at	a	painting	and	thought,	“How	
             Date:	              July	25	-	29                                         did	they	do	that?”	Well	now	is	your	chance	to	find	out.	Come	
             time:	 	            1	-	4	p.m.                                           and	 join	 us	 as	 we	 dive	 deep	 into	 the	 world	 of	 painting.	
             Cost: 		 	          $150                                                 Each	day	campers	will	have	the	opportunity	to	experiment	
                                                                                      and	explore	with	different	types	of	paints	as	they	create	
             lEgo mania                                                               portraits, landscapes, and still art pieces. Whether your
             Come	join	Mr.	Patrick	Efird’s	fun-filled	week	of	Lego	Mania.	            child	is	a	rising	first	grader	or	a	rising	fifth	grader	this	camp	
             Throughout	the	week,	campers	will	build	creations	of	their	              promises	 to	 be	 a	 week	 filled	 with	 fun,	 exploration,	 and	
             own,	as	well	as	from	a	variety	of	popular	themes	such	as	                creativity.
             Star Wars, Toy Story, and much more. Campers will also
             partake	in	Lego	themed	crafts	and	snacks.		During	the	week,	             Director:           Jennifer	Williams,	LS Art Teacher
             there	 will	 be	 an	 optional	 field	 trip	 to	 the	 Lego	 Education	    age:	 	             Rising	Grades	1	-	5
             Center	to	partake	in	an	official	Lego	class.	Don’t	miss	out!             Date:	 	            June	13	-	17
                                                                                      time:	 	            1	-	4	p.m.
             Director:	          Patrick	Efird,                                       Cost: 	 	           $165
                                 MS Bible/Math Teacher
             age:	       	       Rising	Grades	1	-	5
             Date:	      	       July	25	-	29                                         looK! looK! i’m a booK nooK CooK
             time:	      	       9	a.m.	-	Noon                                        Budding	 chefs	 will	 combine	 fun	 literature	 with	 cooking!	 It	
             Cost: 		    	       $150                                                 could be Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Chicken Soup
                                                                                      With Rice	or	even	If You Give a Cat a Cupcake!	We’ll	read,	
             lET’S play gamES                                                         cook,	explore	the	art	of	making	a	cookbook,	and	just	have	
             Run	like	a	rabbit.	Leap	high	in	the	sky.	Spin	like	a	musical	            fun!
             merry-go-around.	What	are	you	waiting	for?	Campers	will	
             enjoy	 a	 week	 of	 fun	 playing	 indoor	 and	 outdoor	 games	           Director:           Becca	Edwards,	
             that are healthy, happy, and full of hearty fun.                                             Junior Kindergarten Teacher
                                                                                      age:	       	       Rising	Grades	JK	-	1
             Director:           Sarah Cline, Fourth Grade Teacher                    Date:	      	       June	13	-	17
             age:	 	             Rising	Grades	3	-	5                                  time:	      	       9	a.m.	-	Noon
             Date:	 	            June	27	-	July	1                                     Cost: 	     	       $145
             time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon
             Cost: 	 	           $150

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lET’S play WiTh Clay                                                    muSiCal ThEaTrE
It’s	wonderful	to	play	with	clay!	It	feels	good	to	touch	and	it’s	      Take	 the	 stage	 during	 this	 exciting	 musical	 theatre	 camp!	
fun	to	push	and	squeeze	into	different	shapes.	Campers	will	            Sing	solos,	duets,	and	big	group	numbers	with		vocal	director	
make	anything	and	everything	out	of	clay.	Join	Let’s	Play	              (Mindy	Damon)	and	theatrical	director	(Chad	Fair)	taking	
with	 Clay	 and	 you	 can	 make	 pots,	 people,	 puppies,	 and	         you to new heights of performance. Camp concludes with a
parades.	 Maybe	 you	 would	 like	 to	 make	 a	 model	 circus,	         show	for	parents	on	Friday,	June	10	at	2:30	p.m.	If	students	
a	zoo,	or	a	supermarket.	Campers	will	be	encouraged	to	                 are	interested	in	performing	specific	pieces,	music	should	be	
create shapes that model after something real or create                 sent	to	Mindy	Damon	in	the	fine	arts	office.
something from their imagination.
                                                                        Directors:          Mindy	Damon	&	Chad	Fair,
Campers	 will	 participate	 in	 projects	 such	 as	 Eskimo	 finger	                         Fine Arts Instructors
mask,	elephant	creation,	and	coil	pot	pottery	to	name	a	few.	           age:	     	         Rising	Grades	6	-	10




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Come	and	join	the	fun	as	we	cool	off	from	the	summer	heat.	             Date:	    	         June	6	-	10
                                                                        time:	    	         9	a.m.	-	4	p.m.
Director:           Sarah Cline, Fourth Grade Teacher                   Cost: 	   	         $300
age:	 	             Rising	Grades	3	-	5
Dates & times:	     June	13	-	17		•		9	a.m.	-	Noon                                                  pony Camp
	         	         July	18	-	22		•		1	-	4	p.m.                                                     aT CaT nap farm
Cost: 	 	           $150                                                                           Campers will learn the basics
                                                                                                   of horsemanship. In addition to
maThTaSTiC                                                                                         learning to ride, campers will learn
Watermelons,	raisins	and	cereal	are	several	of	the	hands-                                          parts of the horse, breeds, colors,
on	materials	that	will	be	used	for	this	Mathtastic	Camp	with	                                      and different gaits. Campers will
lower	 school	 math	 teacher	 Mrs.	 Diane	 Ketron.	 	 This	 camp	                                  pick	 out	 a	 pony	 to	 take	 care	 of	
will	 review	 mathematical	 concepts	 for	 students	 grades	 4	                                    for	the	week	and	ride	every	day	
and	 5.	 Campers	 will	 use	 a	 variety	 of	 hands-on	 materials	                                  in a western saddle. Campers
to	 review	 basic	 computational	 skills,	 fractions,	 ratios,	 and	                               will also learn about caring for
problem	solving.	Campers	will	have	fun	whether	they	are	                                           goats,	 sheep,	 bunnies,	 ducks	 and	
brushing	up	on	their	mathematical	skills	or	sharpening	their	                                      chickens.		All	activities	take	place	
skills	for	the	upcoming	school	year.                                    outside.	 	 Please	 wear	 closed-toed	 shoes,	 bring	 an	 extra	
                                                                        set	of	clothes,	a	riding	helmet	and	lunch.		Cat	Nap	Farm	is	
Director:           Diane Ketron, Fourth Grade Teacher                  approximately	25	minutes	from	Charlotte	Christian	School.	
age:	 	             Rising	Grades	3	-	5                                 The	camp	is	located	just	south	of	Ballantyne.	Campers	will	
Date:	 	            July	25	-	29                                        need	 to	 be	 dropped	 off	 and	 picked	 up	 by	 a	 parent	 or	
time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon                                       guardian each day of camp. Directions and address will be
Cost: 	 	           $150                                                released	upon	camp	confirmation.		

                                                                        Director:	          Mary	Hayes,	Owner of Cat Nap Farm
                                                                        age:	 	             Rising	Grades	1	-	5
                                                                        Dates:	 	           June	6	-	9	(4	day	camp)
                                                                        	         	         July	18	-	21	(4	day	camp)
                                                                        	         	         Aug.	1	-	4	(4	day	camp)
                                                                        time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	3	p.m.
                                                                        Cost: 		 	          $350	($100	deposit	with	registration)
                                                                                            (Max.	6	children	per	week)

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             pErCuSSion                                                                poTTEry formaTionS
             This	 is	 a	 unique	 opportunity	 to	 grow	 musically	 and	 form	         Explore	 the	 medium	 of	 clay	
             relationships while learning in a chamber music setting.                  during	this	marvelous,	messy	and	
             We	 will	 explore	 a	 variety	 of	 repertoire	 for	 percussion	           creative	 pottery	 club.	 Young	
             instruments including snare drum fundamentals and                         potters will pinch, coil, twirl,
             battery percussion, mallets, timpani and drum set, among                  pound and mold their creations
             many	 others.	 	 Daily	 activities	 will	 include:	 	 instruction	 in	    as	they	learn	the	basics	of	hand-
             all	 major	 areas	 of	 percussion	 performance;	 master	 class	           built	 pottery.	 Use	 the	 potter’s	
             opportunities	 enhancing	 reading	 and	 technical	 skills;	               wheel to twirl up a plate, bowl
             instrument	 demonstration;	 special	 topic	 discussions,	 and	            and mug that you can actually use
             ensemble rehearsal.                                                       at	 your	 dinner	 table!	 	 Campers	
                                                                                       will	also	experiment	with	surface	
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             Kent love: Kent	 Love	                                                    design.	 Every	 artist	 will	 leave	
             received	his	BME	from	East	                                               with	several	unique	masterpieces	
             Carolina and is currently                                                 and a new appreciation for mud. Campers will also learn
             in	his	30th	year	as	band	                                                 about	firing	their	work	in	a	kiln	.	.	.	new	this	summer:	Raku	
             director	 at	 Randolph	 IB	                                               firing	on	Friday.		Please	bring	a	smock	or	old	shirt.	
             Middle	 School.	 He	 is	 a	
             professional       member                                                 Director:            Katherine Condon, LS Parent/Potter
             of	 MENC	 and	 teaches	                                                   age:	 	              Rising	Grades	3	-	6
             private	        percussion	                                               Date:	 	             June	6	-	10
             lessons.	 Along	 with	 his	                                               time:	 	             9	a.m.	-	Noon
             wife,	Robin,	Kent	teaches	                                                Cost: 	 	            $185
             marching        percussion
             each summer for the East                                                  poWEr ToolS 101
             Mecklenburg	High	School	                                                  Do	you	know	when	it	is	better	to	use	a	scroll	
             Marching	 Eagles	 and	                                                    saw	vs.	a	jig	saw?	Or	why	you	want	to	use	a	
             the	 Red	 Devils	 of	 Newton-Conover.	 He	 performs	 with	 the	           miter	 saw	 vs.	 a	 table	 saw?	 Or	 do	 you	 know	
             Winthrop	Carolinas	Wind	Orchestra	and	has	traveled	with	                  why	you	should	use	a	60	tooth	blade	to	
             them to Spain.                                                            cut	a	fine	piece	of	wood?	Come	and	join	
                                                                                       professional architect Ken Edwards as he
             lea Mayers: 	Lealather	Mayers,	III,	is	the	assistant	director	in	         teaches	this	hands	on	course	that	will	give	
             charge	of	percussion	at	Providence	High	School	and	Forest	                students and adults an opportunity to learn about and use
             Hills	 High	 School.	 He	 is	 currently	 the	 head	 of	 percussion	       several	 electric	 power	 tools	 to	 cut	 their	 way	 through	 the	
             for	 the	 Central	 Carolina	 Camp,	 a	 member	 of	 Percussive	            class.	Each	student	will	select	a	small	project	at	sign	up	that	
             Arts	Society,	a	member	of	the	education	team	at	Vic	Firth	                they will build during the class. Some of the tools that may
             drumsticks,	the	owner	of	Leathree,	and	founder	of	the	indoor	                                                                                   	
                                                                                       be	 used	 in	 the	 class	 are	 a	 scroll	 saw,	 jig	 saw,	 miter	 saw,	
             percussion	ensemble	COHESIVE.	He	also	participates	in	the	                table saw, router, belt sander, and a drill. The class will also
             Old English Wind Ensemble.                                                include tool safety and care of tools.

             Directors:           Kent	Love	&	Lea	Mayers                               Director:            Ken Edwards, MS Parent
             Date:	 	             June	20	-	24                                         age:	 	              Rising	Grades	9	-	Adult
             time:	 	             9	a.m.	-	Noon                                        Date:	 	             June	13	-	17
             age:	 	              Rising	Grades	K	-	5                                  time:	 	             9	a.m.	-	Noon
             Cost: 	 	            $185                                                 Cost: 	 	            $185	(Min.	6	students)
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puppETS & playS                                                        Sign languagE
Puppets	are	magicial	little	people.	     	                             Come	and	join	us	and	learn	another	language	this	summer!	
They	 can	 do	 or	 be	 whatever	                                       You	will	have	so	much	fun	learning	American	Sign	Language	
you	 want.	 	 Puppets	 can	 laugh,	                                    (ASL)	while	we	use	many	different	fun	formats	such	as	songs,	
cry,	 jump	 or	 dance.	 	 They	 can	                                   games,	 interactive	 play	 and	 much	more.	 We	 will	 explore	
be	 kings	 or	 queens	 or	 circus	                                     our	environment	through	ASL	and	learn	the	various	signs	for	
clowns.		Without	YOU,	they	are	                                        things	we	see	every	day.
nothing.	 	 They	 sit	 in	 a	 lump	 -	
lifeless	little	bits	of	cloth.		It’s	up	                               This	is	a	basic	program	designed	to	introduce	you	to	ASL.	
to	you,	the	puppeteer,	to	make	                                        At	 the	 conclusion	 of	 this	 class,	 you	 will	 have	 learned	 the	
your	puppets	come	alive.		Some	                                        basics	of	a	new	language,	you	will	have	an	American	Sign	
puppets	 campers	 will	 make	 are	                                     Language	vocabulary	of	more	than	100	words	and	you	will	




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paper	puppets,	hand	puppets,	glove	                                    be	able	to	share	what	you’ve	learned	with	your	friends	and	
puppets,	 sock	 marionettes	 and	 more.	     	                         family.		Come	and	let’s	have	fun	learning	another	language	
By	 joining	 in	 “Puppets	 and	 Plays,”	 campers	 will	 make	 the	     together!
puppets and the stage on which they can act. They will
write their own play or use one from the director, but in the          Director:			        Del	Savage,	Owner of Signing For You
end	they	are	sure	to	shine.		Performances	will	be	recorded	            age & Dates:	       Rising	Grades	K	-	2			•		June	13	-	17
and	campers	will	take	home	their	own	copy	of	your	play.	         	     	         	         Rising	Grades	3	-	5			•		July	11	-	15	
So	come	on!		What	are	you	waiting	for?		It’s	fun!		It’s	magic!	  	     time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon	
It’s	the	world	of	“Puppets	and	Plays!”		                               Cost: 	 	           $165

Director:           Sarah Cline, Fourth Grade Teacher                  ThEaTrE/improviSaTion
age:	 	             Rising	Grades	3	-	5                                Have	 a	 blast	 exploring	 your	 theatrical	 side	 with	 friends	
Date:	 	            June	20	-	24                                       during	 this	 exciting	 week	 of	 Theatre	 Improvisation	 Camp!	
time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon	or	1	-	4	p.m.                        We	 will	 be	 learning	 the	 basics	 of	 acting	 and	 improv,	
Cost: 	 	           $145                                               including	 improv	 songs.	 Parents	 will	 enjoy	 seeing	 their	
                                                                       student’s	 creative	 abilities	 during	 the	 show,	 presented	 the	
SupEr SplaSh                                                           last	day	of	camp	(Friday,	June	17	at	11:30	a.m.).
Come	 experience	 a	 week	 of	 fun	 swimming	 with	 certified	
swim	instructor	Karen	Williams.	Campers	will	focus	on	stroke	          Director:           Mindy	Damon,	
technique	and	water	safety	skills	throughout	the	week.	Swim	                               MS/US Choral Music & Drama Teacher
strokes	 will	 be	 integrated	 into	 a	 variety	 of	 fun	 swimming	    age:	       	       Rising	Grades	6	-	10
activities	 and	 games.	 There	 will	 be	 a	 field	 trip	 mid-week	    Date:	      	       June	13	-	17	
to	Ray’s	Splash	Planet	in	Charlotte.	Campers	will	need	to	             time:	      	       9	a.m.	-	Noon
bring a swim suit, towel and sunscreen to camp each day.               Cost: 	     	       $200

Director:           Karen Williams,
                    Fourth Grade Assistant Teacher
age:	       	       Rising	Grades	K	-	5
Date:	      	       July	25	-	29
time:	      	       9	a.m.	-	Noon
Cost: 	     	       $150



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                                                                                     Soar®
                                                                                     STuDy SKillS
             WEDo roboTiCS - lEgo EDuCaTion                                          aDvanTagE
             The LEGO Education WeDo robotics concept is a lego set that             SOAR®	Study	Skills	is	a	
             provides	a	taste	of	what	robotics	is	all	about.		Campers	will	          system that focuses on
             build	 LEGO	 models	 featuring	 working	 motors	 and	 sensors,	         core,	 fundamental	 skills	
                                                                                     for school success. The
             connect them to the computer, and use a simple programming
                                                                                     strategies	and	concepts	in	the	program	efficiently	apply	
             tool	to	program	behavior.		Campers	will	work	with	a	series	             across	subject	areas	so	just	a	few	strategies	will	provide	
             of	cross-curricular,	theme-based	activities	and	develop	skills	         big	results.		This	is	the	first	program	to	acknowledge	and	
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             within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.               incorporate	the	family	into	a	study	skills	program.	Other	
             At	 the	 end	 of	 the	 camp,	 they	 will	 take	 home	 the	 complete	    courses focus solely on the student, but we encourage
             Robotics	construction	set,	WeDo	software,	and	activity	pack	to	         active	 participation	 from	 all	 members	 of	 the	 family,	
             use	again	and	again	at	home.		A	value	of	over	$200.                     which greatly increases the success of our student
                                                                                     participants.
             Products	included	(Camper	supply	kit):
                                                                                     The	topics	that	will	be	covered	are:	
             -	LEGO	Education	WeDo	Robotics	Construction	Set
                                                                                     	         •	Time	and	task-management	
             -	LEGO	Education	WeDo	Software	v.1.2                                    	         •	Organizing	at	home	and	school	
             -	LEGO	Education	WeDo	Activity	Pack                                     	         •	Goal-setting	
                                                                                     	         •	Note-taking	strategies	
             Directors:         Barb	Mitchell,	LS Teacher Assistant                  	         •	Paper	organization	
             	        	         &	Kimberly	Warr,	LS Technology Teacher               	         •	Test-taking	strategies	
             age:	 	            Rising	Grades	3	-	6                                  	         •	Homework/project	planning	
             Date:	 	           July	18	-	22	                                        	         •	Communication	and	effective	skills	
             time:	 	           9	a.m.	-	4	p.m.                                      	         •	Reading	skills	
                                                                                     	         •	Writing	strategies	and	much	more!
             Cost: 	 	          $375
                                                                                     Director:			    Rhonda	Cox
                                                                                     age & Date:     Rising	Grades	4	-	5		•		June	27	-	July	1
                                                                                     	         	     Rising	Grades	6	-	8		•		July	11	-	15
                                                                                     	         	     Rising	Grades	9	-	12		•		July	25	-	29
                                                                                     time:	 	        9	a.m.	-	Noon
                                                                                     Cost: 	 	       $175




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ymCa Camp harriSon                                                ymCa Camp harriSon
DuDE ranCh aDvEnTurE                                              rESiDEnT Camp
Director:		 Denise	Hammond,	                                      Director:		 Denise	Hammond,	
            Camp Harrison Associate Executive Director;	                      Camp Harrison Associate Executive Director;	
            LS/MS Parent                                                      LS/MS Parent
age: 	      Ages	7	-	16                                           age: 	      Ages	7	-	16
Date: 	     June	19	-	25                                          Date: 	     June	19	-	25
time: 	 Overnight                                                 time: 	 Overnight
Cost: 	     $600                                                  Cost: 	     $600
                               Get out of the city                YMCA	Camp	Harrison	at	Herring	Ridge	is	located	on	
                               and	head	to	the	North	             a	spectacular	tract	of	land	in	the	Brushy	Mountains	
                               Carolina mountains                 of	North	Carolina	located	between	Lenoir	and	North	
                               to saddle up and                                                                        	
                                                                  Wilkesboro	 just	 90	 minutes	 from	 Charlotte,	 N.C.	
                               experience	 life	 on	              There	are	2,160	acres	of	woods,	streams,	and	trails	
                               a	 Dude	 Ranch.	 The	              centered	around	a	private,	140-acre	Lake	Broyhill.
                               skies	 are	 blue	 and	
                               the	 scenic	 views	 are	           Campers	experience	swimming	in	our	new	pool	and	
                               breathtaking.	      You	           a	 variety	 of	 lake	 activities	 including:	 	 kayaking,	
                               can see for miles as               canoeing,	 water	 zip	 line,	 waterskiing,	 the	 “Blob”	
                               you	 hike,	 ride	 and	             and	the	“Wet	Willie”.		They	also	choose	from	over	
                               explore	 more	 than	               21	 land	 activities	 including:	 	 horseback	 riding,	
                               2,160	acres	of	woods,	             ropes	 course,	 sports	 and	 crafts.	 	 Our	 activities	 are	
                               streams, and trails                designed	 to	 provide	 campers	 with	 an	 exciting	 and	




                                                                                                                                  enrichment
                               at	 Camp	 Harrison.	               safe	 experience.	 	 American	 Camping	 Association	
                               Experiencing	 a	 dude	             (ACA)	 accredited	 and	 a	 4:1	 camper	 to	 counselor	
ranch	 and	 farm	 is	 a	 dream	 come	 true.	 Everyone	            ratio	 promotes	 an	 environment	 that	 helps	 children	
should	get	a	chance	to	be	a	cowboy	or	cowgirl!	                   grow in spirit, mind and body.

Children	can	be	themselves	in	the	wide	open	spaces	               Founded	 on	 the	 YMCA’s	 Christian	 values,	 Camp	
of	 Camp	 Harrison.	 There’s	 no	 television	 or	 video	          Harrison	 is	 positioned	 to	 give	 our	 campers	 an	
games	to	be	found!	Dude	Ranch	counselors	will	lead	               amazing	 summer	 experience	 whether	 it’s	 their	 first	
ranchers	 through	 busy	 days	 of	 horseback	 riding,	            time	 away	 from	 home	 or	 they	 have	 been	 camping	
working	the	farm,	and	experiencing	life	on	a	ranch.	              for years.

A	typical	day	on	the	Dude	Ranch	will	start	with	work!	
Ranchers	will	feed	animals,	collect	eggs	from	the	hen	
house,	and	complete	morning	chores.	Daily	devotion	
will	be	held	over	a	big	breakfast.	The	rest	of	the	day	
could	 feature	 horseback	 riding,	 trail	 exploration,	
goat	 pen	 fun,	 games,	 scavenger	 hunts,	 swimming,	
backpacking,	 picnicking,	 hay	 rides,	 bonfires	 and	
more.	Ranchers	will	also	get	a	chance	to	participate	
in	crafts,	games	and	some	of	Camp	Harrison’s	many	
outdoor	 activities	 and	 water	 sports	 throughout	 the	
week.	Life	on	a	farm	is	always	exciting!	


             Go	to	www.campharrison.org	to	register	and	choose	Charlotte	Christian	Summer	Camp	week.
                           Campers	will	be	divided	into	groups	and	cabins	based	on	age.
            Transportation	will	be	provided	by	Charlotte	Christian	for	an	additional	fee	of	$40	round	trip.		
                       Please	submit	the	transportation	form	on	page	25	to	Charlotte	Christian.
                                   Bus	will	depart	from	Charlotte	Christian	at	1	p.m.		
                          Departure information communicated after completed enrollment.
                                     Camp	Harrison	staff	will	chaperon	a	bus	ride.	



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                                                                               ECo Camp
                                                                               Nature	 lovers	 wanted!	 Observe	 animal	 wildlife,	 plant	
                                                                               flowers,	go	on	an	insect	hunt	and	investigate	what	owls	
                                                                               eat	for	lunch.	Learn	ways	to	live	green	and	visit	the	local	
                                                                               source	 of	 your	 drinking	 water.	 Investigate	 the	 water	
                                                                               source as you test it for pollution and search for signs
                                                                               of life.

                                                                               age:        Rising	Grades	4	-	5
                                                                               Date:	     	June	20	-	24
                                                                               time:       9	a.m.	-	Noon
                                                                               Cost:			   	$175

                                                                               running WiTh SCiSSorS
                                                                               Let’s	 get	 messy!	 	 Experience	 the	 crazy	 side	 of	 science	
             aSTronauT aCaDEmy
                                                                               when	 you	 ride	 the	 Jello	 slide,	 eat	 bugs	 and	 create	
             Trainees	 will	 prepare	 for	 spacewalks	 by	 learning	
                                                                               slippery slime. Learn how to gross your friends out
             to	 operate	 a	 space	 suit;	 test	 their	 engineering	 and	
                                                                               and	have	a	wild	food	fight	that	will	leave	you	wishing	
             problem-solving	 skills	 with	 design	 challenges;	 prepare	
                                                                               camp	never	ended.		Bring	a	change	of	clothes	each	day,	
             for	 microgravity	 conditions;	 build	 and	 launch	 rockets;	
                                                                               because	you	are	going	to	get	wet,	sticky	and	icky!		
             and	design	their	own	Mars	base.
                                                                               age & Date: Rising	Grades	2	-	3		•		June	27	-	July	1
             age:        Rising	Grades	2	-	3
                                                                               	        		    Rising	Grades	4	-	5		•		July	18	-	22	
             Date:	     	June	13	-	17
                                                                               time: 9	a.m.	-	Noon
enrichment




             time:       1	-	4	p.m.
                                                                               Cost:			 	$175
             Cost:			   	$175

             blaST off!                                                        SCiEnCE SmorgaSborD
                                                                               Learn	 the	 chemistry	 basics	 of	 cooking.	 Discover	 how	
             Find	out	what	it’s	like	to	live	and	work	in	space.		Train	
                                                                               microbes	are	used	in	cooking,	the	amazing	properties	of	
             to become an astronaut by learning about the life of
                                                                               baking	soda,	and	make	your	own	masterpiece	to	share	
             an	astronaut	in	space,	doing	your	daily	exercises,	and	
                                                                               at home.
             creating	your	own	space	gear.		Experience	the	Starlab	
             inflatable	 planetarium	 as	 you	 learn	 about	 the	 sun,	 the	
                                                                               age:        Rising	Grades	2	-	3
             planets, the moon, and the great beyond that is our
                                                                               Date:	     	June	20	-	24
             universe.
                                                                               time:       1	-	4	p.m.
                                                                               Cost:			   	$175
             age:        Rising	Grades	K	-	1
             Date:	     	June	13	-	17
             time:       1	-	4	p.m                                             young EinSTEinS
             Cost:			   	$175                                                  Do	explosive	experiments	and	create	slimy	concoctions.	
                                                                               Play	 with	 light	 and	 paint	 to	 create	 your	 own	 new	 and	
                                                                               unique	color.
             CriTTEr CarE TaKErS
             Become	 a	 critter	 caretaker	 at	 this	 wild	 camp.	 Discover	
                                                                               age:        Rising	Grades	K	-	1
             what	 animals	 need	 to	 survive	 by	 working	 with	 some	
                                                                               Date:	     	June	20	-	24
             of	 the	 museum’s	 animal	 friends.	 Learn	 about	 how	 to	
                                                                               time:       9	a.m.	-	Noon
             approach an animal safely, when an animal may need
                                                                               Cost:			   	$175
             your	assistance,	and	what	animals	make	good	pets.

             age:        Rising	Grades	K	-	1
             Date:	     	June	27	-	July	1
             time:       9	a.m.	-	Noon
             Cost:			   	$175                                                  Camps are coordinated by Kathryn Thomas,
                                                                               Discovery	Place	Summer	Camp	Coordinator.




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                   Launch	Your	Kid	is	all	about	making	it	fun	to	be	a	
                   kid	and	learn	new	things.	Our	purpose	is	to	teach	
                   fun	 first,	 skills	 second.	 We	 believe	 that	 the	 key	 to	
                   engaging	 children	 and	 keeping	 them	 engaged	 is	
                   all	about	fun.		By	focusing	on	fun	first,	we	hope	to	
                   foster a passion of lifelong learning.

                   Camps are conducted by Launch Your Kid staff.
                   Owner,	Cherie	Behrens.



Come	and	explore	the	world	of	ballet	and	tap	dance	with	our	friends	
Daisy	and	Lilly!	Each	day	dancers	will	learn	dance	technique,	including	
ballet	 positions	 and	 terminology,	 and	 movement	 patterns.	 Dancers	 will	
participate	 in	 dance	 games	 and	 dramatic	 play	 exercises	 as	 well	 as	 a	
daily	craft.	This	camp	is	an	action-packed	dancin’	good	time	with	a	sure	
to	impress	performance	on	the	last	day	of	camp!	Campers	should	bring	
ballet	and	tap	shoes	each	day.	Campers	can	wear	a	t-shirt	with	shorts.

age:	     	         Age	3	-	Rising	Grade	2*
Date:	    	         June	13	-	17	
time:	    	         9	a.m.	-	Noon
Cost: 	   	         $150




                                                                                        enrichment
Fit-n-Play	is	a	fun	and	engaging	way	to	introduce	children	to	the	benefits	
of	 healthy	 habits.	 Through	 creative	 warm-up	 stories,	 strength-building	
exercises,	 fun	 cardio	 games,	 stretching	 exercises,	 and	 health	 lessons,	
children	 will	 learn	 that	 being	 active	 is	 fun!	 Daily	 exercises	 include	 fun	
props,	hula	hoops,	obstacle	courses,	balls,	parachute	play	and	more!	Each	
day	children	will	receive	an	activity	sheet	featuring	“Fit”	and	“Play,”	our	
energetic frog friends, to help illustrate those healthy lessons. Campers
should	wear	athletic	shoes	and	attire.	Flip	flops	will	not	be	permitted.	

age:	     	         Age	3	-	Rising	Grade	2*
Date:	    	         June	20	-	24	
time:	    	         9	a.m.	-	Noon
Cost: 	   	         $150



Encourage	 your	 budding	 musician	 with	 this	 fun	 interactive	 music	 camp!	
Singing,	playing	instruments	and	incorporating	movement	will	give	your	
little	 ones	 a	 creative	 introduction	 to	 classical	 music.	 Each	 day	 campers	
will	make	music,	learn	about	music,	and	create	a	music	craft.	Parents	are	
invited	to	join	us	for	a	family	concert	at	the	end	of	camp.

age:	     	         Age	3	-	Rising	Grade	2*
Date:	    	         June	6	-	10
time:	    	         9	a.m.	-	Noon
Cost: 	   	         $150




                                        *all campers must be fully potty trained.        15
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         KnighTS baSEball                                                          ChEErlEaDing - baSiC funDamEnTalS
         Come	 and	 experience	 a	 week	 of	 Charlotte	 Christian	                 This	 week	 long	 program	 will	
         baseball with head baseball coach Greg Simmons and                        feature cheers, chants, and
         members of the Charlotte Christian baseball staff. Learn                  a dance taught by Charlotte
         the fundamentals from present and former players who                      Christian School cheerleaders.
         have	 played	 collegiately	 and	 professionally.	 	 Campers	              Each	 cheerleader	 will	 receive	
         will	 receive	 excellent	 one-on-one	 teaching.	 	 Skills	 will	 be	      a	 cheer	 booklet	 and	 make	 a	
         videotaped,	 and	 campers	 will	 be	 able	 to	 review	 their	             hair	 ribbon.	 	 Please	 provide	 a	
         plays	daily.		The	goal	of	the	camp	is	to	develop	a	love	for	              daily	 snack	 and	 water	 bottle.	    	
         America’s	 favorite	 past	 time.	 	 All	 skill	 levels	 and	 abilities	   On the last camp day, parents
         are welcome.                                                              are	 invited	 to	 attend	 a	 rousing	
                                                                                   pep rally. Cheerleaders should
         Director:            Greg Simmons, Assistant Athletic Director            wear	 shorts,	 camp	 T-shirt	 and	
                              and Varsity Baseball Head Coach                      tennis shoes.        The goal of
         age:	       	        5	-	15                                               this program is to promote
         Date:	      	        May	31	-	June	3,	June	6	-	10                         school	 spirit	 and	 to	 build	 self-
         	           	        June	13	-	17,	June	27	-	July	1                       confidence.		The	course	will	also	
         time:	      	        9	a.m.	-	Noon                                        enhance	 the	 fundamental	 skills	
         Cost: 		    	        $165                                                 of cheerleading.

                                                                                   Director:            Allycia	Brown,	
                                                                                                        Director of Intramural Cheerleading
sports




                                                                                   age:	 	              Rising	Grades	JK	-	5
                                                                                   Date:                June	20	-	24
                                                                                   time:	 	             9	a.m.	-	Noon
                                                                                   Cost: 		 	           $150

                                                                                   ChEErlEaDing - baSES & flyErS
                                                                                   Whether you are new to the sport or currently cheering and
         KnighTS fooTball                                                          want	to	develop	your	talent	further,	this	is	the	cheerleading	
         Come	and	experience	a	week	of	Charlotte	Christian	football	               camp for you. Camp schedule will include instructional
         with	2008	state	championship-winning	head	football	coach	                 time	 for	 bases	 and	 flyers.	 Camp	 will	 also	 focus	 on	 stunt	
         Jason	Estep	and	members	of	the	Charlotte	Christian	football	              progressions,	 proper	 stance	 and	 technique,	 and	 stunt	
         staff.		The	camp	will	cover	all	concepts	of	the	game	including:	          incorporation into cheer and dance routines. Cheerleaders
         stance,	starts,	blocking,	tackling,	passing,	receiving,	punting,	         will	also	work	on	jumps	and	go	through	a	series	of	motion	
         kicking	and	snapping.		Have	fun	while	learning	to	play	from	              drills.	Come	for	the	fun,	but	expect	a	work	out.		There	will	
         the	coaches	who	know	the	game.		This	camp	is	appropriate	                 be	a	performance	at	the	end	of	camp	week.
         for	beginners	and	experienced	players.
                                                                                   Director:            Allycia	Brown,
         Director:            Jason	Estep,	Varsity Football Head Coach                                  Director of Intramural Cheerleading
                              and Strength & Conditioning Coach                    age:	 	              Rising	Grades	3	-	8
         age:	 	 	            Rising	Grades	K	-	6                                  Date:                July	11	-	15
         Date:	 	 	           June	6	-	10                                          time:	 	             1	-	4	p.m.
         time:      	         9	a.m.	-	Noon                                        Cost: 		 	           $150
         Cost:			 	           $165	

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KnighTS baSKETball                                                 mini DribblErS baSKETball
(boys & girls)                                                     This is an opportunity to learn basic fundamentals of the
Experience	 a	 week	 of	                                           game.	 Girls	 and	 boys	 ages	 4	 -	 6	 will	 have	 a	 great	 time	
basketball	with	Shonn	Brown,	                                      learning	 tips	 on	 basketball	 from	 Coach	 Shonn	 Brown.	
head	coach	of	the	nationally-                                      Dribbling, shooting and passing will be taught to the
recognized Charlotte Christian                                     young	 campers.	 Campers	 will	 receive	 a	 certificate	 of	
Knights.	 	 Coach	 Brown	                                          participation.
and his staff will teach the
fundamentals	 of	 basketball	      	                               Director:			        Shonn	Brown,	
through group instruction, team                                                        Varsity Men’s Basketball Head Coach
competition, daily contests and                                    age:	       	       Rising	Grades	JK	-	1
individual	attention.	They	will	                                   Date:	      	       June	6	-	9	(4	day	camp)
be	 teaching	 defensive	 and	                                      time:	      	       9	-	11	a.m.
offensive	 skills	 that	 will	 help	                               Cost: 		    	       $110
campers gain more insight
to	 the	 game	 of	 basketball.	    	                               Junior laDy KnighTS baSKETball
There	will	be	daily	devotions/                                     Charlotte	Christian	basketball	coaches	will	teach	advanced	
inspirational          messages,                                   training	 in	 the	 fundamentals	 of	 basketball.	 	 Emphasis	 will	
outstanding	 guest	 speakers,	                                     be	 placed	 on	 advanced	 individual	 skill	 development	 and	
contests, games, league play,                                      increasing	advanced	understanding	of	the	various	strategies	
prizes,	 and	 lowered	 baskets	                                    and	concepts	of	basketball	within	game	situations.		
for the younger players.




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Campers	 receive	 a	 certificate	 of	 participation.	 	 Campers	   Director:	          Milton	Carter,	
should	bring	a	snack.		Early	camp	drop	off	is	at	8:30	a.m.	    	                       Varsity Ladies’ Basketball Head Coach
Parents	are	encouraged	to	come	early	and	warm	up	with	             age:	       	       Rising	Grades	2	-	5
their child.                                                       Date:	      	       June	20	-	24,	July	18	-	22
                                                                   time:	      	       9	a.m.	-	Noon	
Director: 		       Shonn	Brown,	                                   Cost:			    	       $165
                   Varsity Men’s Basketball Head Coach
age:	 	            Rising	Grades	2	-	8                             laDy ballErS baSKETball
Date & time:	      June	6	-	10		•		1	-	4	p.m.                      The camp staff will include college players and Charlotte
	       	          July	11	-	15		•		9	a.m.	-	Noon	                 Christian	 coaches.	 	 Outstanding	 guest	 speakers	 will	
                   (Early	drop	off	8:30	a.m.)                      share	 insights	 into	 the	 game	 of	 basketball	 throughout	 the	
	         	        Aug.	1	-	5		•		9	a.m.	-	Noon	                   week.	 	 There	 will	 be	 daily	 instruction	 in	 the	 fundamentals	
                   (Early	drop	off	8:30	a.m.)                      of	 basketball	 including:	 shooting,	 ballhandling,	 passing,	    	
Cost:			 	         $165                                            offensive	skills	and	defensive	fundamentals.		The	schedule	
                                                                   will	also	include	team	competition	and	individual	basketball	
                                                                   contests.

                                                                   Director:           Milton	Carter
                                                                                       Varsity Ladies’ Basketball Head Coach
                                                                   age:	 	             Rising	Grades	6	-	9
                                                                   Date: 	             June	20	-	24,	July	18	-	22
                                                                   time:               1	-	4	p.m.
                                                                   Cost:			 	          $165
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                                                                     Junior golf CampS
                                                                     Students will be grouped by their ability and age.
                                                                     For	more	information	please	visit	www.cadillacgolfranch.com.


         lET’S havE SomE fun WiTh golf                                             lET’S gET SEriouS abouT golf!
         (For	kids	of	all	ages	that	are	just	starting	the	game.)                   (For	kids	that	have	played	in	some	competition	and	want	to	
                                                                                   learn	how	to	play	better	in	those	situations.)
         This is an introductory to the great game of golf. This
         program	will	be	for	those	just	starting	out	learning	the	game.	    	      This	program	is	for	players	that	have	played	in	competition,	
         We	will	cover	the	basics	and	build	a	good	foundation	for	                 on their school teams, and are starting to get a little
         playing	 the	 game	 of	 a	 lifetime.	 	 Kids	 will	 receive	 a	 cap	      more	 serious	 about	 their	 game.	 	 Kids	 will	 receive	 a	 cap	
         and refreshments along with their time learning the game.                 and refreshments along with their time learning the game.
         Players	will	meet	at	Cadillac	Golf	Ranch.                                 Players	will	meet	at	Cadillac	Golf	Ranch.

         Director:	          Mike	Nedrow,	PGA Member                               Director:	          Mike	Nedrow,	PGA Member
         age:	 	             5	-	15                                                age:	 	             5	-	15
         Date:	 	            June	13-16	(4	day	camp)                               Date:	 	            June	27-30	(4	day	camp)
         	        	          July	11-14	(4	day	camp)                               	        	          July	25-28	(4	day	camp)
sports




         time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon                                         time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon
         Cost: 		 	          $175                                                  Cost: 		 	          $175

         TaKing iT up a noTCh golf Camp!
         (For	 kids	 that	 have	 played	 and	 had	 some	 instruction	 but	
         want	to	get	better.)
                                                                                                     laCroSSE
                                                                                                       This camp is designed to teach
                                                                                                        beginner	lacrosse	skills,	rules	and	
         This	is	our	middle	school	for	golf.	This	program	will	refine	                                  strategies.		We	will	cover	catching,	
         your	golfing	skills	and	take	you	to	the	next	level.		We	will	                                throwing, shooting, passing and
         reinforce the basics and start building on the foundation that                            more.		This	camp	is	for	anyone	looking	
         has	been	started	and	learn	some	of	the	finer	points	of	the	                               to learn more about the game of
         game.		Kids	will	receive	a	cap	and	refreshments	along	with	                                lacrosse	 or	 further	 develop	 lacrosse	
         their	time	learning	the	game.	Players	will	meet	at	Cadillac	                               skills	and	especially	for	those	looking	
         Golf	Ranch.                                                                                to be a part of the lacrosse program
                                                                                                  coming to the middle school at Charlotte
         Director:	          Mike	Nedrow,	PGA Member                                          Christian	 in	 spring	 2012.	 	 Campers	 will	
                                                                                       need	to	provide	their	own	pads	for	the	camp.
         age:	 	             5	-	15
         Date:	 	            June	20-23	(4	day	camp)                                   Director:           Karl Simon, MS Asst. Principal
         	        	          July	18-21	(4	day	camp)                                   age:	 	             Rising	Grades	6	-	8
         time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon                                             Date:	 	            June	6	-	10
         Cost: 		 	          $175                                                      time:	 	            9	a.m.	-	Noon
                                                                                       Cost: 		 	          $165	(Min.	10	students)


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SWim
The	swimming	skills	of	campers	will	be	assessed	by	certified	               WrESTling
swimming	instructors.		Each	child	will	receive	instruction	in	a	           Camp will include three
small	 group	 setting,	 working	 at	 their	 appropriate	 level	 to	        hours	each	day	of	technique	
improve	swimming	skills.		Time	for	pool	games	and	free	swim	               training,	 conditioning,	 and	 live	
will	be	provided.		In	case	of	bad	weather,	instructional	time	             wrestling with nationally and
will	be	spent	with	an	art/craft	project.                                   internationally recognized clinicians
                                                                           Tony	Davis	and	Adem	Kaya	using	the:	“Shoot	
                                                                           First,	 Shoot	 Fast”	 System	 as	 well	 many	 unique	
Directors:			       Nadja	Sefcik-Earl	&	Brian	Coffey,                      international	 and	 national	 techniques	 from	
                    Aquatics Instructors                                   Champions Wrestling School.
age:	     	   	     Rising	Grades	K	-	8
Date:	    	   	     June	13	-	17                                           Director:			          Vince	Sardo,	
	 	       	   	     July	11	-	15                                                                 Varsity Wrestling Coach
time:	    	   	     1	-	4	p.m.	                                            Date:	 	 	            July	25	-	29
Cost: 	   	   	     $175	(Swim	only)                                       age & time:	          Rising	Grades	6	-	12
                                                                                                 9	a.m.	-	Noon
	 	       	   	     $250	(Swim	&	Tennis)                                   	 	     	 	           Rising	Grades	K	-	5
                                                                           	 	     	 	           1	-	4	p.m.	        	
TEnniS                                                                     Cost: 	 	 	           $165
This	camp	is	designed	to	teach	children	how	to	enjoy	tennis.	    	
Whether the student is a beginner or an accomplished
player,	 this	 camp	 will	 build	 their	 confidence	 and	 enhance	
their	skills.                                                         SoCCEr SKillS




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                                                                      Want	to	work	on	improving	your	soccer	skills	this	summer?	
Director:           Joe	Figard,	Tennis Coach                          Come	 and	 join	 Coach	 Joseph	 Connor,	 professional	 soccer	
Cost: 	 	 	         $175	(Tennis	only)                                player	 for	 the	 Charlotte	 Eagles	 and	 varsity	 soccer	 coach	
	 	       	 	       $250	(Swim	&	Tennis)                              for Charlotte Christian Knights, in lower and middle school
                                                                      soccer	 clinics.	 Sessions	 will	 focus	 on	 skills,	 drills,	 footwork,	
age:	 	 	           Rising	Grades	K	-	5                               passing, and dribbling in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
Date & time:	       June	13	-	17	     9	a.m.	-	Noon                   Campers will participate in scrimmages each day of camp.
	       	           July	11	-	15	     9	a.m.	-	Noon                   Camp	 will	 be	 held	 outdoors.	 Please	 have	 campers	 dress	
                                                                      according	to	the	weather.	All	campers	are	required	to	wear	
age:	 	 	           Rising	Grades	6	-	8                               athletic shoes or cleats and shin guards.
Date & time:	       June	13	-	17	     1	-	4	p.m.	
                                                                      Director:             Joseph	Connor,	
                                                                                            LS P.E. Teacher and Soccer Coach
                                                                      Cost:			 	            $150

                                                                      age:                  Rising	Grades	6	-	8
                                                                      Date:        	        June	20	-	23	(4	day	camp)
                                                                      time:        	        9	a.m.	-	Noon

                                                                      age:                  Rising	Grades	JK	-	5
                                                                      Date & time:          June	6	-	9	(4	day	camp)		•		1	-	4	p.m.
                                                                      	 	     	 	           July	11	-	14	(4	day	camp)		•		9	a.m.	-	Noon
                                                                      	 	     	 	           July	18	-	22	(4	day	camp)		•		9	a.m.	-	Noon

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     super summer day camp

     my big backyard adventure
                   What will you do this summer?
     If	you	are	asking	yourself	this	question	then	a	fun-filled	answer	is	awaiting	you	here	at	Charlotte	Christian’s	
     Super	Summer	Day	Camp.		Campers	will	enjoy	different	activities	each	week	developed	around	the	theme	
     “My	Big	Backyard	Adventure.”

     Campers	 will	 enjoy	 making	 crafts,	 swimming,	 special	 field	 trips,	 basketball,	 tennis	 and	 playground	 time.	   	
     There	 will	 be	 dress	 up	 days,	 treasure	 hunts,	 soccer	 games	 and	 a	 bike	 paraded	 to	 celebrate	 America.	      	
     Campers	 will	 also	 enjoy	 nature	 hikes	 and	 making	 their	 own	 kites.	 	 There	 will	 also	 be	 a	 water	 fun	 week,	
     cooking	and	the	list	goes	on...

     Campers	will	take	weekly	field	trips	to	local	attractions	each	week.		Transportation	will	be	provided	by	
     Charlotte Christian School buses.

     Camp	 is	 offered	 in	 a	 full	 day	 or	 half	 day	 format.	 	 Campers	 should	 bring	 a	 snack	 and	 water	 bottle	
     everyday.

     Director:			        Kim	Marco,	Director of Extended Day

     age:	               Rising	Grades	JK	-	3	

     Dates:              tentative Field trip schedule
                         June	6	-	10	      	       Monkey	Joes
                         June	13	-	17	     	       Carolina	Lanes
     	                   June	20	-	24	     	       Ray’s	Splash	Planet
     	                   June	27-July	1	 	         Imaginon
     	                   July	11	-	15	     	       Kate’s	Skate
     	                   July	18	-	22	     	       Chuck	E	Cheese
     	                   July	25	-	29	     	       Ray’s	Splash	Planet
     	                   August	1	-	5	     	       Monkey	Joes

     time:	              9	a.m.	-	4	p.m.	

     Cost: 	             Half	day:		9	a.m.	-	Noon	or	1	-	4	p.m.		•		$185	              	
     	                   Full	day:		9	a.m.	-	4	p.m.		•		$260

     	                   Camp	fee	includes	cost	of	the	field	trip.


               Campers	signing	up	for	the	entire	seven	weeks	(full	day	only)	will	receive	a	25%	discount.	
                            Balance	must	be	paid	in	full.		*All field trips subject to change.



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                                                               2011 summer camp
                                                               registration form
                                               Please	mail	the	completed	form	and	a	check	to:	
                          Charlotte	Christian	School	•	Attn:		Summer	Camp	•	7301	Sardis	Road	•	Charlotte,	NC	28270
                                               To register online go to www.charlottechristian.com.




Last	        	       	         	          First	    	          	         Middle	 	            	          	         Date	of	Birth


Address	 	           	         	          	         	          	         City	        	       	          	         State	     					Zip




                                                                                                                                                           registration form
Parent’s	Name	       	         	          	         	          	         Home	Phone	          	          	         Emergency	Phone	 	              	


Preferred	E-mail	    	         	          	         	          Applicant’s	School	 	          	          	         Grade	Entering	Fall	of	2011


    emergency medical information



Physician’s	Name	 	            	          	         Physician’s	Phone	Number	          	      	          Hospital	Preference		           	             	


Insurance	Company		            	          	         Policy	Number


Local Emergency Contact (Other	Than	Parent)	        Home	Phone	Number	                 	      	          Cell	or	Work	Phone	Number


Please	list	any	special	medical	conditions	of	which	the	school	should	be	aware.	(ex.	known	allergies)


    field trip/transportation form
I	hereby	give	permission	to	Charlotte	Christian	School	to	provide	transportation	to	the	Swim	and	Tennis	Center	pool	and	summer	camp	field	
trips.		I	hereby	agree	to	hold	the	school	harmless	in	case	of	accident	or	injury	to	my	child.		 I understand that, in case of medical emergency,
every	effort	will	be	made	to	contact	me.		If	the	school	personnel	are	unable	to	contact	me,	or	if	time	is	of	the	essence,	I	give	permission	for	
emergency	medical	treatment	and	agree	to	assume	any	costs	involved	in	such	treatment.		The	school	and	its	personnel,	for	its	part,	agree	to	act	
in	a	prudent,	reasonable	and	responsible	manner	in	all	cases,	acting	in	“loco	parentis”	and	to	take	all	reasonable	and	prudent	care.

	            	       	         	          	         	          	         	             	      ______		Parent/Guardian	Initials


    waiver
The	following	MUST	BE	SIGNED	by	parent/guardian	of	ALL	REGISTRANTS	in	order	to	participate	in	ANY	program	or	course.

In	the	event	that	my	child	needs	medical	attention,	I	authorize	the	school	and	give	my	consent	to	the	school	to	provide	such	service	and/or	
to	transport	my	child	to	a	hospital	or	treatment	facility.		I	hereby	certify	my	child	is	in	good	health	and	may	participate	in	all	activities.		The	
parent’s	signature	below	indicates	the	agreement	of	the	parent	and	the	student	to	abide	by	the	summer	school	policy	on	the	inside	back	cover.	     	
All	camps	are	non-refundable	within	one	week	of	the	start	of	the	camp,	unless	the	school	cancels	a	course.



Parent’s	Signature	 	          	          	         	          	         													 	      	          	Date
                                                                                                                                             	(over)
                                                                                                                                                            21
                     Camps
                                                       Campers	should	bring	a	snack	and	a	water	bottle	to	camp	every	day.
                                     Each	camper	will	receive	one	Expanding Your Horizons	Summer	Camp	T-shirt.		Below	are	the	sizes	available.
                                                       Youth:		Small,	Medium,	Large		•		Adult:		Small,	Medium,	Large,	X-Large

                             Camp                                                                     Date                           Cost




                                                   T-shirt	Size:                                             Total	due	for	camps:
registration form




                     extended Care
                                                  Lunch	care	is	located	in	the	Flenniken	Dining	Hall.		Camper	must	bring	a	bag	lunch.

                                                                         lunch Care*                  extended Care
                                              Dates                                                                                 Weekly Fee
                                                                        noon - 1 p.m.                   4 - 6 p.m.

                                            June	6	-	10                      $50                             $55

                                           June	13	-	17                      $50                             $55

                                           June	20	-	24                      $50                             $55

                                         June	27	-	July	1                    $50                             $55

                                           July	11	-	15                      $50                             $55

                                           July	18	-	22                      $50                             $55

                                           July	25	-	29                      $50                             $55

                                           August	1	-	5                      $50                             $55

                                   * No	charge	for	full	day	campers	or	campers	
                                   attending the afternoon sessions.

                                   early Care: 	 Provided	 on	 a	 needed	 basis.	  	                           Total	due	for	extended	care
                                   Must	be	pre-registered	for	planning	purchases.	 	
                                   For	 more	 information	 please	 contact	 Allycia	
                                   Brown	 at	 allycia.brown@charchrist.com	 or	
                                   (704)	366-5657	ext.	2003.                                                                        Subtotal

                                                                                           Early	Bird	Registration	Fee	(by	May	16):		$25
                                                                                                   	Registration	Fee	(after	May	16):		$35


                                                                                                                                       Total


                    NOTE:		Registration	must	be	completed	by	Monday, May 16	in	order	to	adequately	staff	the	camp	and	maintain	a	fun	and	safe	environment	
                    for	all.		Enrollment	in	any	camp/course	requires	a	one-time	per	child	$25 non-refundable deposit	that	is	in	addition	to	the	camp	fee.		A	$10	
                    fee	is	accessed	for	any	changes.		The	camp	fee	is	due	one	week	prior	to	the	first	day	of	camp.		All	camps	are	non-refundable	within	one	week	
                    of	the	start	of	the	camp,	unless	the	school	cancels	a	course.		Charlotte	Christian	School	reserves	the	right	to	combine	appropriate	classes	based	
                    on	enrollment.		All	checks	should	be	made	payable	to	Charlotte	Christian	Summer	Camps.

   22
                                                               2011 summer camp
                                                               registration form
                                               Please	mail	the	completed	form	and	a	check	to:	
                          Charlotte	Christian	School	•	Attn:		Summer	Camp	•	7301	Sardis	Road	•	Charlotte,	NC	28270
                                               To register online go to www.charlottechristian.com.




Last	        	       	         	          First	    	          	         Middle	 	            	          	         Date	of	Birth


Address	 	           	         	          	         	          	         City	        	       	          	         State	     					Zip




                                                                                                                                                           registration form
Parent’s	Name	       	         	          	         	          	         Home	Phone	          	          	         Emergency	Phone	 	              	


Preferred	E-mail	    	         	          	         	          Applicant’s	School	 	          	          	         Grade	Entering	Fall	of	2011


    emergency medical information



Physician’s	Name	 	            	          	         Physician’s	Phone	Number	          	      	          Hospital	Preference		           	             	


Insurance	Company		            	          	         Policy	Number


Local Emergency Contact (Other	Than	Parent)	        Home	Phone	Number	                 	      	          Cell	or	Work	Phone	Number


Please	list	any	special	medical	conditions	of	which	the	school	should	be	aware.	(ex.	known	allergies)


    field trip/transportation form
I	hereby	give	permission	to	Charlotte	Christian	School	to	provide	transportation	to	the	Swim	and	Tennis	Center	pool	and	summer	camp	field	
trips.		I	hereby	agree	to	hold	the	school	harmless	in	case	of	accident	or	injury	to	my	child.		 I understand that, in case of medical emergency,
every	effort	will	be	made	to	contact	me.		If	the	school	personnel	are	unable	to	contact	me,	or	if	time	is	of	the	essence,	I	give	permission	for	
emergency	medical	treatment	and	agree	to	assume	any	costs	involved	in	such	treatment.		The	school	and	its	personnel,	for	its	part,	agree	to	act	
in	a	prudent,	reasonable	and	responsible	manner	in	all	cases,	acting	in	“loco	parentis”	and	to	take	all	reasonable	and	prudent	care.

	            	       	         	          	         	          	         	             	      ______		Parent/Guardian	Initials


    waiver
The	following	MUST	BE	SIGNED	by	parent/guardian	of	ALL	REGISTRANTS	in	order	to	participate	in	ANY	program	or	course.

In	the	event	that	my	child	needs	medical	attention,	I	authorize	the	school	and	give	my	consent	to	the	school	to	provide	such	service	and/or	
to	transport	my	child	to	a	hospital	or	treatment	facility.		I	hereby	certify	my	child	is	in	good	health	and	may	participate	in	all	activities.		The	
parent’s	signature	below	indicates	the	agreement	of	the	parent	and	the	student	to	abide	by	the	summer	school	policy	on	the	inside	back	cover.	     	
All	camps	are	non-refundable	within	one	week	of	the	start	of	the	camp,	unless	the	school	cancels	a	course.



Parent’s	Signature	 	          	          	         	          	         													 	      	          	Date
                                                                                                                                             	(over)
                                                                                                                                                             23
                     Camps
                                                       Campers	should	bring	a	snack	and	a	water	bottle	to	camp	every	day.
                                     Each	camper	will	receive	one	Expanding Your Horizons	Summer	Camp	T-shirt.		Below	are	the	sizes	available.
                                                       Youth:		Small,	Medium,	Large		•		Adult:		Small,	Medium,	Large,	X-Large

                             Camp                                                                     Date                           Cost




                                                   T-shirt	Size:                                             Total	due	for	camps:
registration form




                     extended Care
                                                  Lunch	care	is	located	in	the	Flenniken	Dining	Hall.		Camper	must	bring	a	bag	lunch.

                                                                         lunch Care*                  extended Care
                                              Dates                                                                                 Weekly Fee
                                                                        noon - 1 p.m.                   4 - 6 p.m.

                                            June	6	-	10                      $50                             $55

                                           June	13	-	17                      $50                             $55

                                           June	20	-	24                      $50                             $55

                                         June	27	-	July	1                    $50                             $55

                                           July	11	-	15                      $50                             $55

                                           July	18	-	22                      $50                             $55

                                           July	25	-	29                      $50                             $55

                                           August	1	-	5                      $50                             $55

                                   * No	charge	for	full	day	campers	or	campers	
                                   attending the afternoon sessions.

                                   early Care: 	 Provided	 on	 a	 needed	 basis.	  	                           Total	due	for	extended	care
                                   Must	be	pre-registered	for	planning	purchases.	 	
                                   For	 more	 information	 please	 contact	 Allycia	
                                   Brown	 at	 allycia.brown@charchrist.com	 or	
                                   (704)	366-5657	ext.	2003.                                                                        Subtotal

                                                                                           Early	Bird	Registration	Fee	(by	May	16):		$25
                                                                                                   	Registration	Fee	(after	May	16):		$35


                                                                                                                                       Total


                    NOTE:		Registration	must	be	completed	by	Monday, May 16	in	order	to	adequately	staff	the	camp	and	maintain	a	fun	and	safe	environment	
                    for	all.		Enrollment	in	any	camp/course	requires	a	one-time	per	child	$25 non-refundable deposit	that	is	in	addition	to	the	camp	fee.		A	$10	
                    fee	is	accessed	for	any	changes.		The	camp	fee	is	due	one	week	prior	to	the	first	day	of	camp.		All	camps	are	non-refundable	within	one	week	
                    of	the	start	of	the	camp,	unless	the	school	cancels	a	course.		Charlotte	Christian	School	reserves	the	right	to	combine	appropriate	classes	based	
                    on	enrollment.		All	checks	should	be	made	payable	to	Charlotte	Christian	Summer	Camps.

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                                                         2011 ymCa Camp harrison
                                                         transportation form
                                              Please	mail	the	completed	form	and	a	$40	check	to:	
        Charlotte	Christian	School	•	Attn:		Summer	Camp/YMCA	Camp	Harrison	Transportation	•	7301	Sardis	Road	•	Charlotte,	NC	28270
                                                   To register online go to www.campharrison.org.




Last	        	       	         	          First	     	         	         Middle	 	            	          	         Date	of	Birth


Address	 	           	         	          	          	         	         City	        	       	          	         State	     					Zip




                                                                                                                                                       transportation form
Parent’s	Name	       	         	          	          	         	         Home	Phone	          	          	         Emergency	Phone	 	              	


Preferred	E-mail	    	         	          	          	         Applicant’s	School	 	          	          	         Grade	Entering	Fall	of	2011


    emergency medical information



Physician’s	Name	 	            	          	          Physician’s	Phone	Number	         	      	          Hospital	Preference		           	         	


Insurance	Company		            	          	          Policy	Number


Local Emergency Contact (Other	Than	Parent)	         Home	Phone	Number	                	      	          Cell	or	Work	Phone	Number


Please	list	any	special	medical	conditions	of	which	the	school	should	be	aware.	(ex.	known	allergies)


    yMCa Camp Harrison Dude ranch adventure & resident Camp transportation form
I	hereby	give	permission	to	Charlotte	Christian	School	to	provide	transportation	from	the	Charlotte Christian school campus to yMCa Camp
Harrison.		I	hereby	agree	to	hold	the	school	harmless	in	case	of	accident	or	injury	to	my	child.		 I understand that, in case of medical emergency,
every	effort	will	be	made	to	contact	me.		If	the	school	personnel	are	unable	to	contact	me,	or	if	time	is	of	the	essence,	I	give	permission	for	
emergency	medical	treatment	and	agree	to	assume	any	costs	involved	in	such	treatment.		The	school	and	its	personnel,	for	its	part,	agree	to	act	
in	a	prudent,	reasonable	and	responsible	manner	in	all	cases,	acting	in	“loco	parentis”	and	to	take	all	reasonable	and	prudent	care.

	            	       	         	          	          	         	         	             	      ______		Parent/Guardian	Initials


    waiver
The	following	MUST	BE	SIGNED	by	parent/guardian	of	ALL	REGISTRANTS	in	order	to	participate	in	ANY	program	or	course.

In	the	event	that	my	child	needs	medical	attention,	I	authorize	the	school	and	give	my	consent	to	the	school	to	provide	such	service	and/or	
to	transport	my	child	to	a	hospital	or	treatment	facility.		I	hereby	certify	my	child	is	in	good	health	and	may	participate	in	all	activities.		The	
parent’s	signature	below	indicates	the	agreement	of	the	parent	and	the	student	to	abide	by	the	summer	school	policy	on	the	inside	back	cover.	     	
All	camps	are	non-refundable	within	one	week	of	the	start	of	the	camp,	unless	the	school	cancels	a	course.



Parent’s	Signature	 	          	          	          	         	         													 	      	          	Date

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Mission	Statement
Charlotte	 Christian	 School	 is	 a	 Christ-centered,	 college	
preparatory	school,	equipping	and	developing	students	to	
effectively	 integrate	 Biblical	 truth	 and	 learning	 into	 their	
daily	lives	and	to	impact	the	culture	for	Christ.

7301	Sardis	Road
Charlotte,	NC	28270
(704)	366-5657
www.charlottechristian.com

				
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