CCS is thrilled to offer four weeks of summer camp focused on hands-on student learning in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. Our seasoned faculty will provide four separate weeks of camps with different learning emphases each week. Students may register for as many weeks as they wish to attend. Please remember that these camps are only available to currently enrolled CCS students.
Kim Sheffield, camp director
Nick Repholz, science
Lori Osborne, elementary
Dan Moore, language arts
Joann Whitley, Zoom coordinator
Abigail Birney, aide
July 6-10: Aeronautics and Engineering
Learn the science of air travel by doing experiments with airplanes and guided drones. Art projects, writing opportunities, and mathematic concepts will reinforce biblical concepts of aeronautics and engineering.
July 13-17: Genetics and Biology
Explore how God was the first code-maker by learning about our genes and DNA. Art projects, writing opportunities, and mathematic concepts will reinforce biblical concepts of genetics and biology.
July 20-24: Anatomy and Athletics
Learn more about the amazing design of the human body through practical sports experience. Art projects and writing opportunities will reinforce biblical concepts of anatomy and athletics.
July 27-August 1: Physics and Design
Come learn how God's laws affect the matter around us as you build your own dump truck, race car, or wind tunnel. Art projects, writing opportunities, and mathematic concepts will reinforce biblical concepts of physics and design.
Camps are free for Title 1 students, and only $100 per week for others. Register for Weeks 1-3 and get Week 4 at no charge! When you complete registration, the office will let you know your total based on your Title 1 eligibility. Payment should be brought in on or before the first day of camp.