Prospect Sierra is pleased to host several sessions of camp on our campuses this summer! Beginning with our colab camps, your rising 2nd-8th grader can choose two weeks of camp with our amazing Prospect Sierra faculty. Each week has a unique theme, and tons of amazing tech, making, design, and science activities. Campers will be in small rotating groups so they can work with each of our camp leaders throughout the day.
And there’s more! We’re also offering drama, basketball, pokemon, magic, and movie-making camps. See below for details and register online.
Do you like movies? Do you like to make your own movies at home, or want to learn how? Then come to this camp where you’ll talk about how to use techniques for storyboarding, camera operation, light, sound, and editing to produce fun home videos on iMovie with our very own 5th grade humanities teacher David Allen. Plenty of time will be devoted to making fun movies!
Love Pokemon? Want to design your own Pocket Monster and do Pokemon-themed activities with Kathleen? Come to camp and enjoy all Pokemon all the time! While you won’t be playing the actual game, you will be making videos, creating Scratch animations and games, geocaching, learning the history of the creatures you love so much, and doing other exciting activities that will not evolve you into a Snorlax.
July 3-7 (there will be camp on July 4)
What better way to spend the summer than dribbling a basketball, improving your ball handling skills and having fun! Come hoop it up this summer at The 2017 Panther Coed Summer Basketball Camp. Our camp is designed to assist players of all skill levels. Click here to sign up!
Blast off in new directions this summer at colab Astro Camp! Explore the great outside (of earth)! Build a giant spacecraft! Explore the solar system and beyond with Melody, and make a green screen film about your adventures, with special effects! Make an app or website for space exploration.
Does your child like to sing, dance, and act? This camp led by Tanya Grove, our very own Middle School Extended Program Director, will challenge, inspire, and give your child the confidence they need in public speaking, stage presence, and performing. They will learn skills in acting, performing, and stage set up. Children will also enjoy drama group games and activities.