Full-day themed camp sessions
Primary Main Camp Themes (Ages 3 Years – Completed K)
Week 1: Dr. Seuss on the Loose – Five Days at Sea
Oh, the Places you’ll go during 5 Suesstastic days of Dr. Seuss at sea! Dilly Dally Art, One Fish, Two Fish activities, Cat in the Hat snacks and games galore. A week we will always remember!
Week 2: Neverland – Caribbean
Peter Pan, Tinkerbell and Pirates! Captain Ron returns this week, too! We will build floating pirate ships, make Caribbean Necklaces, construct treasure maps, make magical snacks and learn about island culture and living.
Week 3: Junior Chefs – Switzerland
Join Chef Snozzberry as we create Srumdiddlyumptious dishes, introducing us to the nutritional & cultural elements of the culinary arts. The Swiss have a strong mountaineering culture, folk arts such as alphorn, yodeling, Swiss cheese, watches, cowbells, and of course Willie Wonka Chocolate!
Week 4: Down Under on the Farm – Australia
The friendship between a spider and pig in Charlotte’s Web takes us to our farm in Australia! Real live barn animals visit us as we learn about where our food comes from, eat organic snacks, and create country crafts.
Week 5: Princes and Princesses – England
Hear ye, hear ye! As English Royalty, we will learn table etiquette, good manners, and curtseys. Let’s learn to play croquet, prepare a real English tea party, make royal crowns, and be like the Queen’s guards.
Week 6: Artistic Explosions – France
Pete the Cat’s white shoes changes color as he steps in piles of strawberries, blueberries, and other big messes! It’s an ALL ART week in France! We will create masterpieces, play COLORFUL games and sports, sing French songs and sample “Oh la la” foods.
Week 7: La Fiesta Days – Peru
Peru has Machu Picchu, the rainforest, criollo music, soccer, weaving, llamas and more for us to learn about! Senorita Rosalita will lead our Fiesta Time and Coach Marcus will play soccer with us and show us some new moves! A jammed pack week of celebration, fun and learning end in a Pajama Day full of surprises!
Week 8: Junior Olympics – Japan
Our Junior Olympics we will be held in Japan, the site of the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics! We will be representing countries from around the world as we participate in Junior Olympic sports, and learn about Japanese culture, foods, arts and music.
Elementary Main Camp Themes (Ages Completed 1st Grade – 12 Years)
Weeks 1 and 5: Hiking
Come hike with us and experience some of Georgia’s best trails and waterfalls! Campers will learn how to pack a hiking bag, read trail maps, and perform basic first aid, as well as be able to identify plants and trees both native and non-native to Georgia. This is a great way to experience Georgia’s State Parks! Hiking trails include: Raven’s Cliff Falls, Sawnee Mountain, Preacher’s Rock, and many more!
Week 3: Master Chef
Learn from our talented chef instructors, no matter what your skill level is. It doesn’t matter if you’re just starting out or you’re already a skilled chef — our program covers everything from the basics to the newest cooking techniques. Classes are divided into small groups according to age. Each year, we enhance our curriculum with new dishes, techniques, and topics. Campers sharpen their culinary skills under instruction from chefs, as well as developing healthy lifestyle and personal growth skills. The week includes themed daily cooking lessons, baking, team challenges and competitions and knife skills.
Weeks 4 and 8: Babysitter’s Bootcamp
Learning babysitting skills is not just about changing diapers! In Babysitter ‘s Boot Camp, participants learn the business of being a good babysitter through safety skills, etiquette, marketing, choosing age appropriate games, fun activities, and knowing what parents are looking for when they hire a babysitter. Participants earn Babysitter Certification and are trained in Safety, CPR, First Aid and Emergency situations. This is a great workshop for older siblings watching younger siblings, camp counselors, neighborhood babysitters, children coming home from school alone, and Girl & Boy Scouts. For ages 10-15 years old, boys and girls.
Week 7: Wizarding World of Harry Potter
In the realm of mythical creatures, anything goes! Dress up as your favorite wizard during this week at camp. Campers will receive “acceptance letters” from the Head of the M.A.S.S. Wizarding School prior to this week of camp; once they arrive campers will be sorted into their houses. Campers will participate in potions classes, wand-making, a Horcrux Hunt, a Tri-wizard tournament, a Quidditch game and much more! Come join us for this fun-filled magical camp and help your house win the cup!
Primary STEM Camp (Ages 3 – Completed K)
Week 4: Junior Astronaut (CAMP IS FULL)
THIS WEEK IS FULL. Three, two, one…blast off! It’s time to fall in line for astronaut training! Campers dive in by earning their helmets and jet packs as they discover what it takes to make it in outer space. Next up: Escape Earth’s gravity to explore the Sun, the Moon, and many of the solar system’s interesting features. From launching Alka-Seltzer rockets to creating satellite spinners, budding space explorers learn the ropes as they prepare to take off to infinity and beyond!
Week 6: Junior Game Maker
Game on! With the development of logic skills serving as the foundation for fun, budding programmers learn the basics of computer science while creating digitally interactive puzzles and exciting video games. From designing custom characters to sequencing motion blocks, kids “crack the code” using software such as ScratchJr and Tynker. With off-line projects like mini skee-ball and labyrinth, campers delve into a world filled with strategy, logic, and luck!
Week 7: Junior Physicist
Unlock the forces that drive our universe! From mastering matter to exploring fundamental forces, future-physicists learn through hands-on projects such as designing a gravity maze and constructing a kaleidoscope. Topics like magnetism, density, and friction come alive! Kids love rocking out on their homemade rubber guitar and going for the high score on their DIY pinball game. Through exploration of exciting physics concepts, kids develop a better understanding of nature and the world around them.
Week 8: Junior Engineer
Calling all inventors, builders, designers and dreamers! From wing designs to clothespin cars, curious camper minds discover what it takes to be an engineer. Throughout the week we explore engineering disciplines ranging from aerospace to electrical, with little hands working on innovative projects that engage and amaze. Curious kids explore how engineers problem solve to address environmental crises, use nature to inspire inventions, and complete complex circuits to light up the night sky.
Elementary STEM Camp (Ages Completed 1st Grade – 12 Years)
Week 2: Freaky Forces and Elusive Energies
From the magic of magnetism to the science of sound, campers explore a world filled with energies and forces! Projects such as lava lamps, clay boats, and catapults allow children to touch, feel, and see concepts that are the building blocks of physics.
Week 4: High Voltage Heroes
Amplify your child’s interest in electronics as they power their inner hero! Through an understanding of circuit components and the flow of electricity, campers arm themselves with the knowledge to create super gadgets that save the day. From series and parallel circuits to capacitors and electromagnetic motors, the nanoscopic world of fast-moving electrons brings superheroes to life. With projects such as creating a customized light-up superhero mask and building a scale model “heromobile” of their very own, kids feel charged up and ready to take on any challenge.
Week 6: Kids Crime Lab
Join the CSI team as we investigate the mysteries of the living world through forensic biology. Designed as a suspense-building “whodunit” experience, Kids Crime Lab guides campers through the discovery of clues and the tackling of challenges tied to topics such as cellular structure and DNA. From bacterium to blood type, kids learn how to interpret data and draw conclusions necessary to crack the case. Secret message glasses, microscopes, and DIY lab kits are just a few of the CSI tools that campers create and take home for further crime scene investigations!
Week 8: Engineering A Metropolis
Campers explore what it takes to create a metropolitan area by designing their own city! From street layouts to power source identification, campers learn about the challenges that architects and engineers face when building cities from scratch.