Summer Camp 2018

Shadow

June 11th-July 20th 

Packed full of action, fun, and creative learning, our camp is divided into 2 separate camps based on the child's age.

Camp Jr. is for 4 yr. olds through rising 2nd graders. Each camp will build activities around the theme of the week. Art, Music, Science and 2 onsite field trips from the Challenge Island franchise and Modern Play. LLC will be incorporated into each week.

Camp is for rising 3rd through 6th graders. We offer camps dedicated to Spa & Wellness, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cooking, Drama and Crafts. Whether it is learning new skills or refining what is already there, our campers will have a fun and exciting day.

Our desire is to provide a loving Christian environment where children can enjoy their summer vacation and explore creative ways to learn about the world around them. So what are you waiting for--Get signed up TODAY!



Camp Details

Time: We are open from 7:15 a.m.-6:00 p.m. with our Camp themed activities occurring between 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. After care is provided for an additional fee and will include more summer fun activities unrelated to the weekly themes.

Weekly Rate: Themed Camps are $125 per week. Early drop off starting at 7:15  at no extra charge. After care is from 1:00 p.m-6:00 p.m. at $25 extra/week. A $25 non-refundable deposit is due for each camp with registration and is applied to the camp's weekly rate. Payment must be made in full at least one week before start of camp unless you are an HVCS student choosing the school billing option.

Food: A morning and afternoon snack will be provided each day, but if child is staying past 12 noon, please send a sack lunch. We will have water available, but a water bottle is a good idea as well.

Dress/Activities: Comfy clothes and shoes are recommended, however we ask that they be modest in nature. A weekly letter will be sent home or emailed with any reminders for dress up or water days.

Printable HVCS Camp 2018 Registration Form

Online HVCS Camp 2018 Registration Form


Camp Jr. Themes

Week 1: June 11-15 Animal Planet: Campers will learn about a wide array of animals with a different focus each day, including those from the jungle, farm, sea, prehistoric days and even pets. Chattanooga Zoo will visit one day with some special friends. This camp is sure to be packed with wild fun!

Week 2: June 18-22 Wacky Adventures: Using math, science and art campers will turn mess making into learning. The dress code will be wacky wear and the goal each day will be to maximize their creativity and imaginations.

Week 3: June 25-29 Road Trip USA: Campers will be California Dreamin', On Broadway in the Big Apple, Saying Aloha, Learning about Alaska's Last Frontier and getting a head start on celebrating our great country. In this fun and interactive camp we will focus on all that makes America great!

Week 4: July 9-13 Going Green & Exploring Nature: Campers will be learning about conservation and other environmental science concepts in a fun setting with crafts from recycled/re-purposed materials as well as other games and hands on activities. Additionally Chattanooga Zoo will visit and bring some special friends.

Week 5: July 16-20Camp Move It, Move It: This camp is all about fitness and healthy kids. The days will be filled with all sorts of activities from Zumba to basketball to cupstacking. Topics like healthy eating, teamwork, and summer safety will be incorporated throughout the week.

Camp Themes

Week 1: June 11-15 Glamour Girls Spa & Wellness: Campers will learn the fine art of de-stressing. They will make wellness products to help them unwind. Yoga, dancing, and fun games will enhance their self confidence and promote positive energy. Crafts will be designed to let loose their creativity.

Week 2: June 18-22 Lights, Camera, Action!: Campers will explore the fundamentals of performance with a focus on acting, costuming and set design. The week will culminate with a showcase performance for family and friends. 

Week 3a: June 25-29 Cheer Camp: This will be a fun filled week full of cheers, pyramids, and a dance routine. Skills such as proper stretching, safety techniques and how to properly utilize their voices will be covered. They will also enjoy some cheer related crafting as well.

Week 3b: June 25-29 Basketball Camp: It's Game Day for the Glory of God! Let's get down to the basics. Come and learn the rules, concepts, court layout and player positions. We drill, scrimmage and emphasize teamwork and good sportsmanship all while having fun. Remember it's not how big you are, it's how big you play!

Week 4a: July 9-13 Destination Creation: Do you enjoy using your imagination and creating new things? Destination Creation is for you! This camp will get your creative juices flowing and teach you new and fun craft techniques. If you love Pinterest or fun do-it-yourself crafts, you'll love Destination Creation!

Week 4b: July 9-13 Chess Ninja: This is not your ordinary chess camp. Think "Recess meets Chess!" Campers will learn the game or further develop their skills by incorporating movement and active play through chess field games. Additionally they will work on fundamentals with mini games to help build their confidence. Can you say Checkmate!

Week 5: July 16-20 Bon Appétit: This camp is sure to be deliciously fun. Campers will focus on strengthening basic kitchen skills. They will learn to prepare snacks and foods they can make on their own. Hands on fun and creativity are the name of the game.


          

Camp Details

Time: We are open from 7:15 a.m.-6:00 p.m. with our Camp themed activities occurring between 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. After care is provided for an additional fee and will include more summer fun activities unrelated to the weekly themes.

Weekly Rate: Themed Camps are $125 per week. Early drop off starting at 7:15  at no extra charge. After care is from 1:00 p.m-6:00 p.m. at $25 extra/week. A $25 non-refundable deposit is due for each camp with registration and is applied to the camp's weekly rate. Payment must be made in full at least one week before start of camp unless you are an HVCS student choosing the school billing option.

Food: A morning and afternoon snack will be provided each day, but if child is staying past 12 noon, please send a sack lunch. We will have water available, but a water bottle is a good idea as well.

Dress/Activities: Comfy clothes and shoes are recommended, however we ask that they be modest in nature. A weekly letter will be sent home or emailed with any reminders for dress up or water days.

Printable HVCS Camp 2018 Registration Form

Online HVCS Camp 2018 Registration Form


Letter from Camp Director

Check back here once camp is underway.




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