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PERFORMING ARTS (Cont)PLAYWRITING FOR BEGINNERS - NEWLearn the basics of telling a story through aplay. It’s more than just writing aconversation; playwriting teaches you how toconstruct a plot, write a dialogue, and tell astory through action. You will also learn howto perform in front of an audience, collaborate with your peers and toexpress yourself as a part of a group. Final short acts will be performedon the last day of camp.Instructor: Pam Marquie, Blue Monarch Art Center#201 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180SONGWRITERS STUDIOWriting your own music is one of the greatestthings about learning how to play an instrumentand Songwriter’s Studio helps piano and guitarstudents easily understand the music theory thatmakes songwriting fun. It doesn’t matter if youlisten to Beethoven, Billy Joel or Adele - this campwill help you learn how to compose the kind ofmusic that you like. Campers will look at melodylines, chord progressions, song structure and lyric writing with funexercises as they work towards composing their first hit single orsymphony. Campers are encouraged to bring in their favorite songs onCD or iPod so that we can listen to them and learn what songwritingtricks and techniques were used in writing them. The camp will beguided by professional musicians with more than 20 years ofexperience in the music business.Instructor: Justin Womble, Cary School of Creative Arts#215 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 9 thCost: $ 360INTRO GUITAR...GET READY TO ROCKLearn all of the basics to start rocking out on that guitar that’s beensitting in the corner for the last 6 months. This exciting introductoryguitar camp will have you playing your first songs by the end of dayone and wanting to go home and show off what you have learned.Campers will cover basic left and right hand technique, reading tabs,learning rhythms, beginning chords, playing by ear and writing youroriginal songs. At the end of the week, campers will go home with a CDof their music. This is a perfect class for the older beginner with noprior experience.Instructor: Ari Pappalardo, Cary School of Creative Arts#210 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th & upCost: $ 180#211 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th & upCost: $ 180ADVANCED GUITAR...GET READY TO SHRED! - NEWCSCA’s Advanced Guitar camp will bring the budding guitar hero’s skillsto the next level! Study focus will include advanced rhythm playing,alternate picking, and palm muting. Also covered will be basic andadvanced soloing techniques such as string bending, vibrato, hammerons/pulloffs, and two-handed tapping. Campers will view concert andstudio footage of multiple guitar styles and have the opportunity torecord themselves playing along to song of their choice, chosen from alarge library of backing tracks.Instructor: Justin Womble, Cary School of Creative Arts#212 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 7 th & upCost: $ 180ROCK ROCK UNIVERSITY!Rock University brings together youngmusicians who play any instrument tocreate a real band in just 5 days. Thisperformance-based camp focuses onunderstanding how to arrange andorchestrate your favorite cover songs aswell as learning how to write your ownoriginal songs in a real rock band. The band has 5 days to come up witha band name and logo, rehearse and then perform your first concert atthe end of the week. Campers will need to write, rehearse and recordthe music as well as create the artwork and promotional posters forthe first CD. The band will be guided by professional musicians withmore than 20 years of experience in the music business.Instructor: Justin Womble, Cary School of Creative Arts#205 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 10 thCost: $ 360#206 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 10 thCost: $ 360TAYLOR SWIFT AND ADELE...GIRLS ROCK!This rock band camp is ideal for girls who love to sing and playkeyboards, guitar and drums. Campers will come together to learn howto play songs from some favorite female recording artists. (Evencampers with limited music experience are encouraged to join.)Campers will spend the week learning how to put these songs togetheras a band, record a CD, and then have a concert debut on Fridayafternoon.Instructor: Tom Hutchison, Cary School of Creative Arts#207 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 10 thCost: $ 360Instructor: Justin Womble, Cary School of Creative Arts#208 Dates: June 23 - June 27(2 sessions)Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 10 thCost: $ 360Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


VISUAL & CREATIVE ARTSPAINTING TO EXPRESS YOURSELF - NEWPainting is a way to relax the mind and createenjoyment in everyday life, and an importantpart of our creative development! It’s allabout color! Learn to mix primary colors tocreate secondary and tertiary colors.Campers will further develop their command of color by creating acolor wheel and learning the basics of blending, shading, andhighlighting. Along with painting their own compositions using acrylicson paper and canvas, campers will participate in a special collaborativeproject. Participants in this painting camp will work together to designand paint on large 4’ panels that will become a traveling wall mural!Instructor: Catherine Griffin, Blue Monarch Art Center#221 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180#222 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180INSPISRED TO CREATE - MOSAIC GARDEN STEPPING STONE - NEWDo you know when mosaics were firstintroduced or colored glass was firstdiscovered? Explore mosaics with thisupbeat and fun introductory class.Campers may choose one of three colorfulproject designs or create one of their own!Campers will glaze ceramic bisque piecessuch as bugs, turtles, dragonflies, etc. that will then be fired andinserted into the design. Learning to cut and fit glass, use a glassgrinder, nip ceramic tile, and apply adhesive to a properly preparedsurface is all a part of the process. The colorful cut pieces will then beglued and grouted onto a 16”paver stone - a garden or walkwaymasterpiece! Instructor: Catherine Griffin, Blue Monarch Art Center#223 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180DRAWING FOR DEPTH - NEWDrawing is a form of self-expression anda way to record the world around you!This camp will teach campers how totake the picture in your mind and put itto paper. Campers will the basic rules ofperspective along with how to createdepth in their pictures how to use a simple grid to get the correct scalethroughout a drawing. We will work with soft lead, charcoal, andcolored pencils. No experience necessary!Instructor: Catherine Griffin, Blue Monarch Art Center#224 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180BLUE MONARCH SUMMER CRAFT WORKSHOP - NEWCampers will have fun with self-expression whilecreating projects such as a colorful glass suncatcher, a personalized mixed media woodenname plaque, Bobble Bugs soap on a rope, a supercrazy printed screen printed T- shirt, a shadow boxmemory keeper and more!Instructor: Catherine Griffin, Blue Monarch ArtCenter#225 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180#226 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180CREATE YOUR VERY OWN CRAZY DESIGNER PAJAMAS! - NEWLearn the basics of design, patternconstruction, and sewing to create one-ofa-kindpersonalized pajamas! Over thecourse of the week, campers will learnabout clothing design, fabrics, theimportance of fitting and how originalpatterns are created. Students will learnbasic use of the sewing machine and the artof applique. Pajama party on the last day ofclass!Instructor: Pam Marquie, Blue MonarchArts#227 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180SURREALISTS ART PARTY - NEWImagine the impossible. Step into the mind and studio of the surrealistsfor an entire week. Become a surrealist as you attend a grand partyfilled with puzzles, games and exciting illusions and techniques thatlook impossible and push the limits of “real” - works of art that aresimply amazing! That’s you, Dali. That’s you, Pollock. Did you know thesurrealists were game changers as well as game players? Create yourself-portrait without your actual face in it. Be spontaneous like JacksonPollock (it’s OK to make a mess). What’s that? You spilled some ink? Ina moment, that will be your greatest inspiration. Take the day’snewspaper and arrange your own story. Jump inside the shoeboxsizedroom of Magritte where a comb is bigger than a chair. Everythingis so surreal. The world looks new.Instructor: Thea Howell, Guest Instructor#228 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 360#229 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 360Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


VISUAL & CREATIVE ARTS (Cont.)WHAT A RELIEF - NEWWhat a “relief” to know… your works of art can come alive withphysical texture and. dynamic dimension! Is it 2- D or 3- D? Bend,break, crumple and press things like paper, metal, and found objects…literally taking them to new levels. Campers will incorporate theirfavorite things like painting and drawing as we make a giant Mandala,sculpture boxes, a tin relief, and mosaics to name a few!Instructor: Thea Howell, Guest Instructor#231 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180FIGURE THIS! - NEWWhat has 2 arms, 2 legs, and a square head? You know it’s a humanfigure, of course, but WOW have artists really changed it up over theyears! From early Egyptian stylized figures to modern day abstractionsof the figure and everything in between—you’ll see why the humanform is one of the most intriguing and most played-with subjects. Turnyourself into a Picasso- like Cubist face. Create an animal hybrid worthyof an Egyptian pyramid. Create a larger-than-life wire sculpture ofyourself, or a modern clay sculpture of a reclining figure, or thatcolorful, quirky little geometric guy in Keith Haring’s work. Paint it.Draw it. Cut it out. Twist the wire. However you make it, it’s the humanfigure. Instructor: Thea Howell, Guest Instructor#233 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 190#235 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 190PINTEREST FOR GIRLS - NEWCome join us for a week of fun trying delicious new recipes and makingdo-it-yourself art projects—all taken from everyone’s favorite ideawebsite, Pinterest! Whether you are new at pinning or a veteran, youwill enjoy creating and making these fun and interesting crafts andrecipes. During the week, we will learn how to create a pin board andhow to search for and pin your favorite ideas. Each day, campers willtry a new craft or recipe from Pinterest. Don’t miss out on this week offun! Instructor: Julia O’Daniel, Raleigh Tutoring#260 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $180#261 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $180COPTIC BOOKBINDING - NEWCoptic bookbinding is one of the earliest forms of bookbinding,employed by the early Copt people of Egypt in the second century AD.The form consists of sewing through folded sections of pages and thenleaving the stitching exposed on the spine with front and backhardcovers. The technique uses no glue, and is very different frommodern bookbinding practices. Campers will learn several beautifuland artistic stitching techniques and use patterned paper, foundobjects, beads, ribbon, and more to personalize the covers and pages,creating handmade journals and albums that will be cherished foryears to come! Instructor: Casey Izzet, Guest Instructor#236 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180MONSTERS, BUGS AND ZOMBIES - NEWThey’re SCARY fun! These stuffed plushcreatures are a wonderful way to expressyour imagination and travel on the wild sidewhile learning basic sewing skills. Differentconstruction methods and tricks will bediscussed. Almost any fabric will work andthis is a good way to recycle old clothes.Campers can embellish them with just aboutanything that can be sewn down. Your monsters can be as scary or asloveable as you’d like. Here is a chance to try something new bycreating something for you or for a gift.Instructor Addison Paige, Guest Instructor#237 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180LEARN TO KNITLearn the basics of knitting in this camp. Youshould have time and the skills to knit a scarf andwill gain the knowledge you need to knit up abunch more after the camp is over. Knitting is agreat hobby and there’s more to it than just “knitone, purl two”. Campers will learn several stitchpatterns along with learning how to manage color changes that can beincorporated into their scarf. It will be quite unique and fun! Once youare hooked on knitting you will not want to put your knitting needlesdown! Campers who attended this camp last year are welcome toattend and work on an advanced project.Instructor Addison Paige, Guest Instructor#241 Dates July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180TAPESTRY WEAVINGTapestry weaving is a simple process that can lead to beautiful andartistic results. Begin by learning the basics and playing with patternand color to create works of art from the simplest and most basic ofmediums-yarn and threads. Instructor Addison Paige, Guest Instructor#239 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


VISUAL & CREATIVE ARTS (Cont.)BEAD LOOM WEAVING - NEWCampers will design their own unique project for a bracelet or chokerto be created using a beading loom. This is a great project forbeginning to learn about pattern design. The camper will be able tomake other projects on their own after this camp.Instructor Addison Paige, Guest instructor#238 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180LEARN TO CROCHET - NEWLearn the basics of crocheting in this camp. Campers will learn the skillsneeded to crochet a necklace or a scarf and gain the knowledge theyneed to crochet a bunch more cool items after the camp is over.Crocheting is a great hobby. Campers will learn several stitch patternsalong with learning how to manage color changes that can beincorporated into their items. It will be quite unique and fun! Once youare hooked on crocheting, you will not want to put your crochet hookdown! Instructor Addison Paige, Guest Instructor#242 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180CRAZY CREATIVE CROCHET - NEWHave you always wanted to learn how to crochet? Well, now’s yourchance. Learn the basic crochet stitches and how to read a pattern sothat you can create a beautiful bag to use as a purse or market bag.Instructor: Brenda Taylor, Guest Instructor#243 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180THE ART OF THE NEEDLE - NEWLearn to make your own creations with needlepoint or cross stitch.Learn the amazing number of types of stitches and the use of differentfun threads as you make a picture, pillow, phone case or any numberof other items. Instructor: Bonnie Dodwell, Cary Academy Faculty#277 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 190JUNK DRAWER JEWELRY - NEWCampers will make cool jewelry out of ordinary and not so ordinarymaterials. The group wil upcycle and recycle using items such as beads,buttons, silk flowers, cord, chain, wire, bottle caps safety pins andmuch more to make necklaces, earrings, brooches, and bracelets.Campers should have plenty of time to make several wonderful itemsand have the knowledge to make more jewelry after the classes isover. Instructor Addison Paige, Guest Instructor#240 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180JEWELRY DESIGNWouldn’t it be nice to have a different piece of jewelry for each outfit?How about a unique bracelet, or necklace, or maybe some funkyearrings? Guess what? YOU CAN! Learn how to make your own jewelryby utilizing techniques that are tried and true. Make a new piece (ormaybe two pieces) everyday! By the end of camp, your jewelry box willbe full! Instructor: Brenda Taylor, Guest Instructor#244 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180#245 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180MASTER REMAKE - ZENTANGLE - NEWLearn the technique of Zentangle to createartwork that will “blow your mind.” Take anoriginal photograph, or an art history master,and recreate it using your imagination, blackgel pens, and patterns. End up with abeautiful, dramatic recreation of the original piece.Instructor: Brenda Taylor, Guest Instructor#246 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180MASK MANIA - NEWHave you ever wondered what you could make from a brownpaperbag? Well, let me show you how to make a mask right on yourface using brown paper bags, glue, and a mirror. Once you havecreated your mask, you can paint it and decorate it any way you like.Wear it for Halloween, Mardi Gras, or for no reason at all!Instructor: Brenda Taylor, Guest Instructor#247 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180SOAPS, SALTS AND LIP GLOSSWho knew making your own beauty products could be so easy and sofun? Campers will learn to make soaps, bath salts, lip balm andCHOCOLATE creations. Campers will learn how to make confetti andother shapes to use for your soaps as well as chunky and layeredsoaps. What makes bath salts different? Aroma and making it all fromscratch, of course! Campers will use various lip balm recipes to createflavors the camper prefers. When it’s chocolate time, learn how tomelt and mold candies, lollipops and pretzels. These projects arehands-on so be prepared for fun! Due to the amount of items madedaily, please bring a shoe box with you each day.Instructor: Lori Johnson, Guest Instructor#253 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades rising 6 th & upCost: $ 190Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


VISUAL & CREATIVE ARTS (Cont.)CRAFTING FROM BASICS TO WOWLooking for a camp where your imagination can explode? Each day willbring a new craft. Enjoy clay day when you will design and producebeads, pins and pen covers using sculpy clay. Learn the basics of howto work with the clay and mix colors, while creating lots of one-of-akinditems to keep, share and give. The beach will come to camp one ofthe days while campers learn hemp stitches. Yes, you will make thosebeach items you wanted from the store such as a key chain, bracelet,necklace or anklet, adding beads from the clay-making day topersonalize your creation even more. Continue this fun makingparacord bracelets, too. Ready for fireworks? You will design and paintyour own fireworks t-shirt. Discover all the cool items you can makewith shrinky dinks (aka shrink plastic) including jewelry, zipper pulls, tietacks, key chains, shoe charms and magnets. This camp will bring outthe artist in everyone. Instructor: Lori Johnson, Guest Instructor#250 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 8 thCost: $ 190#251 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades rising 4 th - 8 thCost: $ 190CRAFTING GONE CRAZY!CHOCOLATE, PAINT, PARACORD AND DUCTTAPE - What do each of these have incommon? Join us and find out! A wild weekof camp making new and exciting creations is in store! Each day,campers will have a different project to work on. One day will be spentwith chocolate, from molding candy and lollipops to making chocolatecovered pretzels, with colored sprinkles, drizzles and all! Another day,will be spent stencilling a t-shirt using multiple stencils and colors tomake a one-of-a-kind creation. An all time favorite is making hempitems found at the beach, as well as the newest fad: paracord braceletsand ID holders. Campers will learn various stitches to make what theylike. Design personalized note cards and/or thank you cards usingspecialty papers, scissors, punches and more. Have you ever made a awaterproof beach bag from a trash bag and tape? Join us and you will!Instructor: Lori Johnson, Guest Instructor#249 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 190CREATIVE BOOKLET MAKING - NEWCampers will create wonderful and unique booklets by painting artisticcovers and then stitching pages together to make all forms of cleverbooklets. These booklets are great for journal keeping, poetry writing,gift giving, secret messages and even your own comics and drawings.Campers will leave with a stack of booklets and the knowledge andability to make more on their own. Campers who attended this camplast year are welcome to join us again and work on an advancedproject. Instructor: Addison Paige, Guest Instructor#248 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180SCRAPBOOKING DESIGNS AND LAYOUTFrom beginner to advanced, there are lots of techniques to learn whenscrapbooking. Campers will learn how to let your photos do the talking.Learn to organize photos, design creative layouts, incorporatememorabilia, design special lettering and use decorative punches andscissors to create your own personalized scrapbook. Supplies providedduring camp include: card stock, die cuts, acid free markers, decorativescissors, decorative punches, photo- mounting squares, glue, stickers,and more! With help, campers explore how to take their page to thenext level so their pictures tell their story. On the first day of camp,please bring your own scrapbook album of choice or sheet protectorsto protect photo pages. You will also need to bring photos andmemorabilia from a trip(s) and/or special event.Instructor: Lori Johnson, Guest Instructor#252 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 pm.Grades: rising 5 th - 9 thCost: $ 180CRAFTY CIRCUIT CRAFTERS - NEWLearn how to use a circuit cutter to createamazing crafts and monogrammed pieces.Vinyl letters can be applied to almost anysurface to create custom jewelry holders,picture frames, pencil pouches and more.Instructor: Shanna Roberts, Guest Instructor#254 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 9 thCost: $ 190#255 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 9 thCost: $ 190DUCT TAPE DIVAWant to create wearable art and fashionaccessories by using America’s most usedhousehold repair item? Duct tape has beenused as a quick fix for patches and repairs foryears before recently entering the fashion andart world as a design staple. With the varioussizes and bright colors of duct tape nowavailable, the creations are endless. Join usand learn to work with duct tape as youdesign and create custom flip flops, photoframes, purses and much more. Then you, too, can be a Duct TapeDiva! Instructor: Shanna Roberts#256 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 3 rd - 7 thCost: $190#257 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 3 rd - 7 thCost: $190Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


VISUAL & CREATIVE ARTS (Cont.)ULTIMATE DUCT TAPE DIVAIf you've mastered simple duct tape projects, then become theUltimate Duct Tape Diva as you create advanced projects including askirt and designer tote bag. Perfect for those who want to challengetheir creativity and tape the world. Choose your signature duct tapeand complementary solid colors for your creations.Instructor: Shanna Roberts, Guest Instructor#258 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $190PHOTOGRAPHY ADVENTURESJoin us for a field trip-based week ofphotography fun! Learn about shutterspeed on a carrousel, perspective on arock climbing wall, abstract photographyat a funky library, and macro photographyat the Farmer's Market! Each day will bring a new hands-on adventurefor your family shutterbug as they learn about photography frombehind the lens rather than behind the desk. Campers must have dailyaccess to a camera for this camp. Camp is taught by a professionalphotographer (who loves working with kids!).Instructor: Teresa Porter, My Friend Teresa Photography#270 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180#271 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180PHOTOJOURNALISMAre you ready to take your photography to thenext level? Photojournalism is the art of tellinga story through pictures. This camp will teachyou how to recognize a winning shot, composeyour picture like a professional and make your camera work for you.With publications in Rolling Stone and Huffington Post, Teresa Porterwill teach you what it takes to make your images tell your story andshine in print. Campers will take field trips throughout the Triangle tohone their creative talents and discover photo-worthy stories.Instructor: Teresa Porter, My Friend Teresa Photography#272 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 8 th & upCost: $ 180SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS - PHOTOJOURNALISMBE A PRO IN PHOTOJORNALISM! - NEWAre you on the staff of your school yearbook, newspaper, or literarymagazine? Do you want to be? Learn the ins and outs of putting out apublication from brainstorming ideas to going to press. Campers willcover design, photography and journalistic styles of writing. After anoverview, campers will be able to continue learning more of the totalprocess or concentrate on one area of particular interest. This camp isideal for yearbook staff, regardless of the yearbook company a schoolpartners with for publications.Instructor: Bonnie Dodwell, Cary Academy Faculty#276 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 8 th & upCost: $ 180FUN WITH PHOTOGRAPHY - NEWThis is camp is for both campers who just want to take better photosfor memories or want to spread their wings and use the camera tomake a work of art. Creativity abounds in the world of digitalphotography. Anything goes! Learn first how to make the camera workfor you and then, through photo editing programs, learn how to reallymake a work of art - or just have fun with it.Instructor: Bonnie Dodwell, Cary Academy Faculty#278 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180#279 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180CREATE YOUR OWN MOSAIC - NEWLet your imagination fly as you create a piece of artwork usingceramics. No previous experience or background knowledge of art orceramics is required - just your imagination! Using ceramic pieces,campers will make a mirror frame, photo frame, wall plaque, andmaybe even a table top! Campers will design their creations using clayand ceramics, glaze, fire, and then put their pieces together for thefinal work of art. Instructor: Bonnie Dodwell, Cary Academy Faculty#274 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 190#275 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 190#273 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 8 th & upCost: $ 180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


VISUAL & CREATIVE ARTS (Cont.)COMIC CREATOR CAMPBricks, Camera . . . COMIC Action!Explore the artistic form of comic book design as you learn to createyour own personalized comic book. Create your own characters,develop story lines and incorporate pictures of actual sets, all designedwith LEGO® Bricks! After creating various scenes, campers will snappictures and upload them, utilizing a software program to create theirvery own one-of-a-kind comic book. Along with honing yourstorytelling skills, this camp is sure to take your imagination to the nextlevel. At the end of the week, campers will be provided with a digitalcopy of the comic book they created. So, how's that for comic relief?Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#280 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th - 10 thCost: $ 200ANIME ARTIST'S STUDIOIf you love Anime and Manga and want to meet other artists whoshare that fascination, this is the week you’ve been waiting for.Campers will work in small groups and individually learn basicanimation techniques such as creating multiple cells, 1, 2, and 3 pointperspective drawing, figure drawing and the study of facial expressionsin anime style. By developing themes common in Anime and Mangatradition, we will learn how to write and create our own Manga storieswith real characters, fantasy heroes and amazing locations. By the endof the week, campers will all be a master anime/manga author andillustrator and have a book that’s so good, it might be sent to apublisher. Instructor: Eddie Chin, Cary School of Creative Arts#284 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180#285 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180LORD OF THE RINGS ARTIST'S WORKSHOPLearn how to draw all of your favorite (and notso favorite) characters like Gandalf and BilboBaggins from the Lord of the Rings series ofbooks and movies. For the aspiring fantasyartist, there will be lots of tips for painting scenery as well as otherwizards and hobbits. Campers will even begin to create their ownfantastical stories and characters based on Tolkien’s amazing literaryworks. Instructor: Eddie Chin, Cary School of Creative Arts#286 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th & upCost: $ 180#287 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th & upCost: $ 180ARCHITECTUREFor those who love to build things in 3D, this week gives you thechance to create your own architectural firm and build whatever youimagine… a hockey rink, football stadium, golf course, art gallery, amuseum, a roller coaster theme park, an aquarium or virtuallyanything at all! The camp will divide into several architectural firmsand campers will be assigned job titles like project manager, architect,interior designer and artist. Each firm will decide what they will createand then present to the class at week’s end in a fun competition. Asfuture architects, you will learn about perspective drawing and willtake time to go outside and draw some of the amazing architecture onthe grounds of Cary Academy. Campers will also challenge theircreative engineering skills in the classic “egg drop” project whereteams will design a device to protect an egg from a 15 foot drop.Instructor: Tom Hutchison, Cary School of Creative Arts#293 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 360#294 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 360DECOUPAGE DESIGN - NEWTurn ordinary items in your home into extraordinary keepsakes withthe unique art of decoupage. From coffee mugs to candle holders,picture frames to placemats, almost anything can be transformed intoan original and personalized work of art. Even old furniture can bebeautifully embellished by this technique. Join us for a week of makingthe bland and boring items to bold and beautiful treasures that will lasta lifetime! Instruction provided by Cary School of Creative Arts#300 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 6 thCost: $ 180FASHION DESIGN EXPLORATIONSDo you have a passion for fashion? An eye fordesign? Hands that love to create? Come join thestudio this summer where we will explore theworld of fashion design. Campers will start outwith a discussion about career avenues andeducational requirements. Next campers will dosome figure drawing with sketches of our designson the models. Soon campers will be makingsimple dresses, bags, belts, embroidered designs,and accessories. For the grand finale, campers willrock the runway with a fashion show!Instructor: Wendy Farenthold, Guest Instructor#302 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 360#303 Dates: July 21 - JulyTimes: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 360Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


VISUAL & CREATIVE ARTS (Cont.)ADVANCED KIDS AT THE WHEEL POTTERYThis camp is intended for campers with previouswheel and hand-building experience. Advance yourthrowing skills and learn how to make bigger andbetter pots. Campers will receive individualizedattention and have their own wheel to usethroughout the camp. After pottery is created,campers will decorate forms with a variety ofcolorful slips and glazes. On Friday, campers willtake home all finished pieces of pottery. Instructor:Johanna New, Guest Instructor#265 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th & upCost: $ 180TEENS AT THE WHEEL POTTERYThis pottery camp is for both new and experiencedpotters. Benefit from individualized attention and learnall aspects of pottery making, including throwing onthe wheel, and hand-building techniques. Campers willhave their own wheel to use throughout the camp.After pottery is created, campers will decorate formswith a variety of colorful slips and glazes. On Friday, campers will takehome all their finished pieces of pottery.Instructor: Johanna New, Guest Instructor#266 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 7 th & upCost: $ 180#267 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th & upCost: $ 180SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGYCSI - CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION:A STUDY IN FORENSIC SCIENCECSI Camp is designed forcampers who have a keeninterest in science and a desireto learn how methods ofobserving, gathering, andanalyzing scientific evidenceplay significant roles in solvingcrimes. Campers will be involvedin daily laboratory activities to develop “crime scene” investigationtechniques. There is a culminating activity in which campers will workin teams to use all of the knowledge and skills learned throughout theweek to solve a fictitious crime and present evidence in "court."Campers will use computers and their applications as useful sources ofinformation and forensic analysis; therefore, you should becomfortable working on a computer. Based on agency caseload at thetime, this camp may also include a visit with Scott McInerny and his K-9 partner Tayber, one of Cary Police Department’s canine teams,and/or a visit with a current SBI agent. Due to the nature of the subjectmatter, campers should be mature enough to handle discussions ofcrimes, including murders, and how they are investigated.Instructor: Katy Allen, Cary Academy Faculty#400 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 360COOKING, CARNIVALS, AND CHEMISTRYBack by popular demand! It’s time tospend a week learning to cook, eating thefood, and discovering what the sciencebehind the fizzing, bubbling, and sizzling is!Campers will get the chance to make somefavorite foods including pancakes, grilledcheese, and ice cream. The highlight of theweek is without a doubt the carnival put onby the campers and includes games withprizes, exciting music and real carnival foodlike fried Oreos and sno-cones! The weekwill culminate with a root beer makingcompetition complete with label design, product naming and a blindtaste test. Here’s your chance to make some of your favorite foods andanalyze them to see what’s really inside. A little bit of cooking, a littlebit of science, a little bit of eating, and a whole lot of fun! We do ourbest to avoid peanut products but campers with food allergies shouldbe aware of their own restrictions.Instructors: Aaron Rothrock & Michael Raskevitz, CraZBrain#403 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 200#404 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 200Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)007 SPY CAMPReady to live the secret life of a spy byjust barely escaping the clutches ofvillains, breaking secret codes usingdesigned gadgets, and using evasivemaneuvers to get home safely? Now isyour chance to be a spy and learn someof the science that makes it all possible! Campers will learn all aboutbreaking codes, identifying the mole in a group, developing invisibleink, making spy gadgets, following GPS coordinates, and much more.The week will culminate with a campus wide spy challenge wherecampers will have to use all the skills you learned throughout the weekto see who has learned the most! An off- campus trip to AdventureLanding for some evasive maneuvers on go karts and “spy” laser tagwill add to the fun.Instructors: Aaron Rothrock & Michael Raskevitz, CraZBrain#408 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 200#409 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 200CRAZY CONTRAPTIONSEver seen those crazy contraptions where amarble rolls down a ramp and knocks over adomino which triggers the lever to start thezip line that knocks down a weight all just toturn the light off? These complicated devicesdesigned to complete simple tasks are called Rube Goldberg Machines.This is your chance to design and build them while learning the sciencethat makes it happen. Campers will learn the basics of simplemachines, including ramps, pulleys, and levers as well as teamworkskills necessary to make their machines really go! Campers will also beintroduced to topics including gravity, friction, potential and kineticenergy and many more in this hands-on, action packed camp!Instructors: Aaron Rothrock & Michael Raskevitz, CraZBrain#413 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $180#414 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $180CHEM LAB - NEWAttention all science geeks! This camp will introduce you to realchemistry complete with labs which you will not only find enjoyablebut also understandable. The camp structure is a chemistry lessonfollowed by a hands-on chemistry lab. Our labs and lessons involvemeasurement (density lab), elements (element lab), compounds andmixtures (separating a mixture lab), atomic structure (light emissionslab), chemical changes (reaction lab), plus our exciting pressure lab.Campers will learn real chemistry concepts and lab techniques, anddevelop a passion for chemistry that will carry over to high schoolchemistry.Instructors: Susan Duncan & Marilyn Alphin, Raleigh Tutoring#401 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180#402 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180CREATURES USING PHYSICS TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD - NEWPhysics and engineering are more than math equations andcalculators! Campers will build castles, mini slingshots, catapults, andtiny bow and arrows to destroy the enemy team and capture their flag.The group will choose an army, whether its soldiers or zombies,dinosaurs or kittens. Do you have what it takes to put your arrows ontarget, protect your land, trick your opponent, and take over otherkingdoms? It’ll take more than just a clever strategy. It will takecalculated shooting, an understanding of fundamental physics, creativebuilding skills, and an ability to react to your opponent’s maneuvers.Can a team of ballerinas conquer the ninjas? Anything is possible!Instructors: Aaron Rothrock & Michael Raskevitz, CraZBrain#447 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180ADVANCED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CAMP - NEWEven Frank Lloyd Wright and Buckminster Fuller used building blocks inschool as part of their education towards becoming landmarkarchitects! In this camp, campers will work in teams to take theirabstract visions and, using LEGO® Bricks, transform them intoarchitectural masterpieces that they design from scratch while learningabout the steps necessary to create a structure from thought or asketch on a napkin to reality! Campers will not be using predeterminedplans in this camp and are only limited by their imaginations!Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#449 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 7 th - 9 thCost: $ 200Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)THE ENGINEERING OF PIRATES - NEWAvast, me maties! Hop aboard and join Captain Kelvin’s crew ascampers work together to engineer solutions of everyday pirateproblems. Campers will explore the concepts of buoyancy and surfacearea as they design their pirate ships, make the fastest sails, andretrieve sunken treasure from the deep! So what say ye’? Are ye’ readyto sail the seas?Instruction provided by Triangle Engineering for Kids#425 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180THE ENGINEERING OF TRAVEL - NEWPack your bags, engineers, and get ready for an adventure! Team upwith others for a wild ride across the globe and beyond! Campers willcarefully engineer vehicles that can traverse the most treacherousterrains, brave the highest seas, and soar above the clouds—are youup for the challenge? Grab your passports and catch a flight straight toEngineering for Kids—a truly unbelievable journey!Instruction provided by Triangle Engineering for Kids#426 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180ENGINEERING OLYMPIAD - NEWWho has the strength to be a world-class athlete? In this camp,campers will separate into counties and will compete against opposingcounties in various tests of mental and creative strength. Campers willearn “medals” throughout the week and will endeavor to become thenext great team of Olympians.During this Engineering Olympiad camp, campers will explore the fieldsof mechanical engineering, marine engineering, electrical engineering,and civil engineering as they participate in various challenges tostrengthen their minds.Also, during this camp, campers design and program robots tocompete in simulated Olympic events such as throwing a basketball,shooting a puck into a hockey goal, and competing in a good oldfashioned game of tug of war! Students use LEGO® Robotics andcomputers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, andteamwork. Instruction provided by Triangle Engineering for Kids#427 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 360THE ENGINEERING OF MEDIEVAL TIMES - NEWHere ye! Here ye! His Royal Highness King Kelvin bids you join him on aquest for glory! In The Engineering of Medieval Times, campers unitetogether as a noble house and compete to build the greatest castle—for all the land to see! Joust your way to honor, engineer siegemachines such as catapults and trebuchets, and battle your way tovictory! Instruction provided by Triangle Engineering for Kids#429 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180THE ENGINEERING OF POWER AND ENERGY - NEWToday’s engineers encounter a range of challenges when capturingpower and energy. How do we produce electricity? How can weharness power to help others? These questions and more are exploredin The Engineering of Power and Energy. Join us as campers worktogether to harness energy from some not-so-obvious energy sources,as well as explore the powerful possibilities of kinetic and potentialenergy! The Engineering of Power and Energy…where engineeringbecomes truly electrifying!Instruction provided by Triangle Engineering for Kids#428 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180MOMENTUM MADNESS - NEWZero to sixty in two seconds?! How fast can an object go withoutcompromising safety? Campers in this camp will work with their PitCrew to design and build vehicles, such as dragsters and hoveringlevitrons, which should able to withstand astonishing speeds. Fastenyour seat belt, the race has begun!During the Momentum Madness camp, campers will explore four fieldsof engineering: industrial, electrical, mechanical, and aerospace. Theywill design and construct vehicles and safety mechanisms that willachieve the fastest speeds while still maintaining safe racingconditions. Instruction provided by Triangle Engineering for Kids#430 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 360ROBOTICS WITH LEGO MINDSTORMS - BEGINNERSGet ready to take control! Using the NXT brick fromLEGO®, build robots, program them to accomplishtasks, respond to external stimuli, and overcomechallenges such as navigation, avoiding and/or climbingover obstacles and moving objects. Control the robotwith the NXT programming language. Get your brains ingear and your robots moving.Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#433 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 1803D ROBOTIC VIDEO GAME CONTROLLEREver wanted to make your own self-controlled game for your videogame system? Control the onscreen action! Build your own creaturesthat make amazing things happen on the computer screen. This specialcourse uses the most innovative tools available to build robots withsensors that communicate and control the computer image. Buildalligators, magic wands, butterflies, monkeys and more and watch asyou bring them to life onscreen. Dazzle your friends with what youcreate AND what you learn!Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#434 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 7 thCost: $ 180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)REMOTE CONTROL MANIA - NEWMaking it move is the name of the game at this exciting camp!Campers will love to see their creations in motion using LEGO® wirelessremote controls. Each day, campers will use fascinating andchallenging LEGO® components to create dynamic vehicles, inventions,machines and more. As they enjoy the fun of building, campers willunderstand the basic working principles of many ingenious devicesthat are part of our everyday lives. Campers will also learn how tomagnify and diminish force to move objects at different speeds and indifferent directions. This camp is loads of fun and learning for buddingbuilders. All Campers take home a custom mini-figure.Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#437 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180#438 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180REMOTE CONTROL CAR CHALLENGE - NEWWe’ve taken the fun of remote control cars, paired it with the freedomto design with Legos and tinker toys, and added the drama of head tohead competition, resulting in a camp with non- stop action. In R/C CarChallenge, campers will see who can design a machine that collects themost tennis balls, scores the most goals, moves the fastest, maneuversthe best, and can disable their opponent’s car the quickest. But thiscamp is much more than just driving R/C cars. Campers will design andstrategize modifications to their R/C car to defeat their opponents inthe battle arena; there will even be some matches that will pit fourdifferent cars in a winner-takes-all event. Bring the engineering skills,energy, team work, and positive attitude for some friendly competitionand destruction!Instructors: Aaron Rothrock &Michael Raskevitz, CraZBrain#416 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $180#417 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $180JEDI MASTER ENGINEERING WITH LEGO®The Force is strong in this camp. Build complex machines andstructures based on the best designs from a galaxy far, far away.Projects include X-Wings, AT-AT walkers, Pod racers, Star Destroyers,Cloud Cities, settlements, and fortresses. Play-Well’s Jedi instructorsreinforce key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives,pneumatics, concentric motion and much more as students tap intothe powerful forces of imagination and engineering.Instructor: Alex Pearce, Play Well TEKnologiesNINJANEERING MASTER WITH LEGO® - NEWMaster the world of Ninjago by becoming a Ninjaneer! Tame the IceDragon, motorize your Blade Cycle, design the Dark Fortress, and honeyour Spinjitzu battle skills! In this advanced camp Ninjaneering masterswill learn real world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecturewhile exploring the fantasy world of Ninjago.Instructor: Alex Pearce, Play- Well TEKnologies#443 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180#444 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180RED HOT ROBOTSJoin us for a week of fun with amazingrobots. Learn about the uses of robots inour world and spend time experimentingwith super cool, red hot robots.Experiment with sound-sensing robots,line-tracking robots, amphibious robotsand robots that can even play soccer!Discover the science of circuits and howrobots use sensors to explore thingsaround them. Use your skills to build yourvery own working robot to take home with you.Instruction provided by Mad Science#453 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 7 thCost: $ 205HOW AMUSING - NEWAh, the thrill of an amusement park…zipping around on racecars,zooming through the loops of a rollercoaster and enjoying a cold,refreshing ice cream treat at the end of a hot, sticky day. Can’t getbetter than that! Campers will divide into competitive theme parkteams. Teams will challenge each other with specific engineeringrelatedcontests with the goal of creating the most fantastic andthrilling theme park experience!During How Amusing Week, campers will explore the fields of marineengineering, mechanical engineering, and chemical engineering as theydesign and create the ultimate theme park including: a game, rides,and a scrumptious sweet treat.Also, during this camp, campers will use LEGO® Robotics to build andprogram robots that can be used in a variety of challenging missions.Instruction provided by Triangle Engineering for Kids#424 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6th - 8thCost: $ 360#446 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)INTERESTING INVENTIONS CAMP - NEWMost objects used on a daily basis were invented by someone. Find outthe origins of things like the hand mixer, windshield wipers andconveyor belts. During this week, campers will discuss the differencebetween an invention and a discovery, learn how inventions solveproblems, and find out how inventors get their ideas patented. Allweek, campers are encouraged to think of what they could invent orimprovements they could make to an existing object to solve aproblem. Campers will construct a variety of familiar objects, givingthem hands-on “Inventor” experience. Each object is motorized formaximum movement and fascination! Start creating and inventing!Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#450 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 6 thCost: $ 180#451 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 6 thCost: $ 180SPACE ADVENTURES CAMP - NEWInspired by NASA and Star Wars, our Space Adventures Camp ispacked full of models that will make your imagination blast off! Eachday, campers will learn about real-life space exploration and buildmodels related to the NASA space program. In addition, the dayincludes LEGO® Star Wars themed models, video games, groupgames, challenges and more. Space Adventure camp provides thespark for imagination and creativity to take off on an adventure that’sout of this world! All campers take home a custom mini-figure.Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#452 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 6 thCost: $ 180ENGINEER THE FUTURE - NEWBy the Year 2030, power will come fromwind and water, bridges and skyscraperswill be ultra-light, people will be travellingon personal aircraft and homes andshopping malls might be underground oreven in the air. These are engineeringfeats that are only beginning to beconsidered. You will serve as the engineerand test your creativity, imagination, anddesign skills to build small scale modelsand test how effective they are. If you loveto use your hands to build towers, bridges,parachutes, and more, this is the camp foryou. Our future world is in your hands!Instructors: Aaron Rothrock & Michael Raskevitz, CraZBrainSUMMER TECHNOLOGY BOOTCAMP(Camp is designed for incoming CA 6 th grade students)Are you excited (and maybe a littlenervous and uneasy) about startingmiddle school and receiving your veryown tablet? Join this camp to meetteachers and future classmates, andexplore the unique learning methodsand technology that Cary Academy hasto offer. Topics discussed will be essential transition skills for 6th gradesuccess including Office 365 & “the Cloud", learning in a wirelessenvironment, Outlook email & calendar, content reading and the web,innovative virtual 3- Ring binder, OneNote, Discovery blogging,organizational skills, collaborative skills, meeting friends and teachers,and feeling comfortable on the Cary Academy campus. (Tablets usedfor camp are for training purposes only and will be returned at theend of camp.)Instructors: Matthew Ripley-Moffit, Katie Moore, Nicky Stewart (CAFaculty)#461 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - Noon.Grades: rising 6 th (incoming CA Students)Cost: $ 180#462 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th (incoming CA Students)Cost: $ 180SUMMER TECHNOLOGY CAMP - Taking it to the web!The Summer Technology Camp is backfor its 16th year, making it our longestrunning camp! Since its inception, over800 campers have learned how todesign their own web pages andexplore various computer- relatedtechnologies. This year, campers willcreate webpages using wikispaces, use digital cameras and scanners,edit digital images and sound, and write music. The websites and allbut one piece of software are free! The small camper-to- instructorratio helps everyone learn quickly and provides the quality ofinstruction necessary to succeed. On the last day of the program, youwill have the opportunity to share your projects with your families andspecial guests. You are encouraged to bring photos and ideas that youwould like to incorporate into your website.Instructor: Eric Grush, Cary Academy Faculty#463 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 8 thCost: $ 360#464 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 8 thCost: $ 360#448 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)WEBSITE DESIGN - NEWIn this camp, campers will use the online website creation tool, WeeblyPro for Education, to create a fanzine (magazine produced by fans)about their favorite things. Camper’s fanzine might be about a favoritemusician, artist, writer, restaurant or place. Working in teams, camperswill create a website to share our thoughts, ideas and creativity withthe world about the topic of choice. The fanzine teams will conductInternet research about their topics, write stories, poems or an essay,collect images, create videos and learn about HTML code as they makethe fanzine their own creation.Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#465 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180#466 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180KEYBOARDING AND COMPUTER BASICSWe all like the game "Where's Waldo," but it is a little time-consumingto do this each time you sit down at the computer. How can you keepup with homework and e-mail if you have to hunt and peck your waythrough a conversation? This camp will familiarize campers with thekeyboard through touch typing using Type Pal software. By not lookingat your fingers, speed and accuracy will actually increase. Oh, andwhile you will find it easier to converse with friends, touch typing willalso make your homework so much faster and easier! Campers willalso learn how to surf the internet safely, find research informationquickly and spend time each day on the Top Ten educational websitesto help one succeed in school. In addition, campers will how to createfonts, how to search the web, and how to use advanced formattingfeatures in Microsoft Word.Instructor: Shanna Roberts, Guest Instructor#467 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180#468 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180BLOCKBUSTER BLOGS - NEWIn this camp, you will be using Google Blogger to create a blog andshare your thoughts and opinions with the world! Have you everwanted to be an armchair movie critic? Review your favorite videogames? Share your fashion “no-no’s”? Campers will create blog entrieswith text and images. You will record a short interview, a video cast, tobe uploaded and embedded in the blog. You will also use editingsoftware to edit the videos. By the end of this camp, campers will beon the way to becoming a famed Internet Journalist!Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#469 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180TECH XPLORATIONThis unique camp is designed to excite and inspire young minds ascampers explore various technologies throughout the week. Workingin pairs or small groups, campers will explore LEGO® Engineering,LEGO® WeDO® Robotics, LEGO® Stop-Motion Movie and Animationsand much more! Through the use of basic motors, sensors,programming tools, stop motion animation and SCRATH, thepossibilities are endless. Throughout the week campers will have theopportunity to engineer building systems, and build models, machines,and animals which are programmed using motors and sensors andsimple programming tools. Campers will also be introduced to Stop-Motion Movie and Animations and will be introduced to computerprogramming to create animations and interactive stories. Campersare sure to enjoy this week of exploration as they are introduced tomany different technologies.Instruction provided by BounceU#491 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 6 thCost: $ 180#493 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 6 thCost: $ 180YOUTH DIGITAL STUDIO MOD DESIGNHave you ever wanted to add somethingcompletely new to Minecraft®? In this camp,campers will learn the basics of Java whilemodifying the popular game Minecraft®.Campers will conceptualize, design and codetheir own custom Mod using Java, one of themost widely used programming languagestoday! Campers will learn how to create their own Blocks, Items, Mobs,and more over the course of the camp.They will use Eclipse SDK and other tools to quickly modify and edit thecode of the game. Campers will also explore the world of graphicdesign as they create their own skins/textures for their mods.At the end of camp, campers will be able download and share theirMod with friends and family! This camp has been updated andincludes brand new content so last year's campers can join in!Campers do NOT NEED to be familiar either Java or Minecraft® tosucceed in this camp. This camp is a great introduction to the world ofJava development. Instruction provided by Youth Digital Studio#524 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400#527 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400#530 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)YOUTH DIGITAL STUDIO GAME DESIGNIn this camp, campers will create their own 3D Video Game!They will design their game from start to finish, beginning with penciland paper and ending with a polished, professional-looking game.Throughout this process, they will learn the fundamentals of 3D GameDevelopment.To develop the games, campers will use OWL Game Creator, which wehave developed specifically with our target age range in mind. Thissoftware program equips campers with the knowledge and skills theyneed to pursue Game Design at a professional level. Campers will learnlevel design, texturing, volumes, lighting and more to build out their 3Dworld - they can create anything they can imagine. Campers will alsolearn Game Scripting so that they can program the functionality oftheir game. At the end of camp, each camper will be able to downloadtheir own 3D Game and share it with family and friends. This camp hasbeen updated, and includes brand new content, so last year's camperscan join in! Campers DO NOT need any prior experience to succeed inthis camp. This camp is a great introduction to the world of 3D GameDesign and Development. Instruction provided by Youth Digital Studio#471 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400#474 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400YOUTH DIGITAL STUDIOAPP DESIGNIn this exciting camp,campers design andprogram their very ownApp! Over the course ofthe week campers are introduced to the development process as theyconceptualize, design, and code their very own App for Apple® orAndroid® devices! Campers will work within a Software DevelopmentKit where they can program the if- then statements that control howtheir App works. Campers will also learn how to use a Graphic DesignProgram to create all the assets for their project. At the end of camp,campers can download their app onto their own phone, tablet, oriPod!This camp has been updated, and includes brand new content so lastyear's campers can join in! Campers do NOT NEED to have an Apple orAndroid device nor be familiar with programming or graphic design tosucceed in this camp. This will be a great introduction to the world ofapp design and development.Instruction provided by Youth Digital Studio#477 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400YOUTH DIGITAL STUDIO FASHION DESIGN CAMP - NEWFashion Design involves so much more than just an idea and somecreativity. Learn the tools of the trade as you take your ideas to thenext level in Fashion Design camp! Campers will design their owncollection in design software according to industry standards. They willsketch croquis, design flats and even design their own textiles! At theend of the week, students will have a design portfolio to show for theirefforts! Campers will also be able to order their custom-printed fabric.Campers do not need to have prior experience to succeed in this camp.Instruction provided by Youth Digital Studio#483 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400#486 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400YOUTH DIGITAL STUDIO3D ANIMATION AND PRINTING - NEWDirect and animate your own 3Danimated video! Just like the 3Danimated movies we are used towatching on the big screen, camperswill learn the fundamentals ofprofessional 3D animation, modeling,and printing! In this camp, campers willcreate the story for their video and sketch out ideas for characters andprops before bringing them to life using the 3D software tool Blender.Campers will create 3D models to use in their animations and will alsoexplore the world of 3D printing as they use our 3D Printers to printtheir favorite model. At the end of the camp, camper’s animation willbe published online and they will be able to take home their 3D printedmodels. Campers do NOT NEED to be familiar either Animation or 3DPrinting to succeed in this camp. This will be a thorough introduction tothe world of 3D animation, modeling, and printing.Instruction provided by Youth Digital Studio#489 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400VIDEO GAME LAB - NEWIn this course, campers will use Xbox controllers to design, programand present their own unique video game. Learn to add objects, addscoring elements, create paths, and add multiple characters. Navigatethe Xbox 360 Gamepad and build your technical skills as you createenjoyable, fun, and challenging games to share with family and friends!Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#511 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 190#480 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 400Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)IMACS HIGH TECH CAMPNow in its 12 th year in theTriangle, the Institute forMathematics and ComputerScience (IMACS) offerscampers a uniqueopportunity to explore andexpand their intellectualworld. Campers are totallyimmersed in fun- filled academic pursuits such as playing strategic logicgames, designing and building electronic devices and evenprogramming computers and virtual robots! Our campers can continueweek after week and enroll in even more advanced and excitingactivities. No other summer program will have such a lasting andadvantageous effect on your child’s intellectual development. Below isa description of each course available at the IMACS High Tech Camp:LOGIC PUZZLES - Challenging mysteries of pure logic presented incompelling stories. Painstakingly designed, this camp leads campersthrough elementary deductive reasoning to skills that exceed those ofmost college graduates. Team logic games, exciting tournaments, and,as in every IMACS camp, there will be new challenges each week!ELECTRONICS - These camps introduce campers to the exciting worldof electronics. Campers will learn about electrical components such asresistors, diodes, LEDs, capacitors, transistors and integrated circuitsand use them to design and construct fun projects. Camps are tailoredaccording to age and ability so that you are able to advance as far asyour interests and abilities allow. Campers may keep the electronicdevices they build.COMPUTER ENRICHMENT AND VIRTUAL ROBOTICS - You don’t merelyuse the computer in this camp; you write computer programs! Usingthe programming language LOGO, developed at MIT, campers will bechallenged by projects designed by the IMACS CurriculumDevelopment Group. With individualized guidance, campers willdevelop basic programming and problem- solving skills. You will also beable to apply these skills in the IMACS Virtual Robotics Lab, whereprogrammable, configurable robots exist in a virtual world containingthe physical realities of friction, acceleration, and conservation ofmomentum.COMPUTER SCIENCE - Campers willpursue an academic, universitylevel computer science course. TheIMACS curriculum has been used inprestigious programs such as DukeUniversity’s Talent IdentificationProgram and John HopkinsUniversity’s Center for TalentedYouth. Campers will work with interactive tools available only at IMACSand be taught by highly qualified and trained professionals. This campgoes well beyond a traditional introductory course by introducingadvanced concepts such as recursion, functional programming, objectorientedprogramming and artificial intelligence. Contact IMACS priorto registration to find out if this class is appropriate for your child at919.786.0246 or ncinfo@imacs.org.IMACS FULL DAY CAMPSCampers participate in all three IMACS academic programs: LogicPuzzles, Electronics and Computer Enrichment/Virtual Robotics(Computer Science may be substituted for Computer Enrichment withprior approval from IMACS). Full day campers spend two hours a day ineach of the three classes. Campers may attend multiple weeks as newinformation is presented weekly. Sessions do not need to beconsecutive.#851 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 6 thCost: $ 405#852 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th - 8 thCost: $ 405#854 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 6 thCost: $ 405#855 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th - 8 thCost: $ 405#857 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 6 thCost: $ 405#858 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th - 8 thCost: $ 405IMACS HALF DAY CAMPS Campers participate in 2 hours of ComputerEnrichment and Virtual Robotics (Computer Science may besubstituted for Computer Enrichment with prior approval from IMACS)and 1 hour of Electronics.#862 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 235#863 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 235#864 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 235Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)IMACS HALF DAY CAMPS (CONT.)Campers participate in 1 hour of Electronics and 2 hours of LogicPuzzles.#868 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 7 thCost: $ 235#869 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 7 thCost: $ 235#870 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 7 thCost: $ 235MOVIE MAKING CAMP - NEWLights, cameras, LEGO® action! UseLEGO® Bricks to tell YOUR storycomplete with music, specialeffects and all your favorite LEGO®mini- figure characters! In thisunique and creative camp,campers will plan, script, stage,shoot and produce their own mini movie using Stop Motion Animation.Working as a team, campers will use LEGO® components to build theset and props and then shoot their movie using a camera. Teams willuse movie-making software to add special effects, titles, credits andmore. When the movie is complete, campers will impress friends andfamily with a screening party on the last day of camp. Don't miss yourchance to be a movie director!Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#496 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 200#497 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 200VIDEO GAME ANIMATIONCampers dive into the world of videogame animation by creating charactersthat dance, sing and interact with oneanother. Sound effects and music clipsare added to create a dynamic videoanimation game using Scratch, the innovative programming languagecreated just for kids by the MIT Media Lab. Campers can post theirgame online so that friends, parents and others can play the videogame! Creativity rules in this fun version of video game design!Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#499 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180VIDEO GAME ANIMATION USING SCRATCHCampers dive into the world of video game animation by creatingcharacters that dance, sing and interact with one another. Soundeffects and music clips are added to create a dynamic video animationgame using Scratch, the innovative programming language created justfor kids by the MIT Media Lab. Campers can post their game online sothat friends, parents and others can play the video game!. New skillsand creative adventures await the Scratch programmer!Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#501 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180STOP MOTION ANIMATION STUDIOUse Zu3D Studio 3 to create a stop motionanimation. While working in film crews,campers plan and storyboard an originalidea. Take those plans and use green screentechnology and sophisticated digital editingtechniques to develop the idea from concept through to a final movie,which you can take home and share.Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#502 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180ANIMATION & INNOVATION FOR GIRLS!Learn innovation and creation by using computeranimation programs. Girls will learn how to morphobjects, create their own fonts, design animatedstories using PowerPoint, animoto, and It's Digitalphotography slideshows and much more. Withthis taste of technology, campers will be hungry touse the knowledge both in the classroom and for fun!Instructor: Shanna Roberts, Guest Instructor#504 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180#505 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180SKETCHUP: EXPLORERS IN 3DCampers create, modify and share amazing 3D designs! During thiscamp children will become virtual archaeologists, create their own 3Dgames and transform a three-dimensional virtual neighborhood beforeplacing it in Google Earth! Campers will use 3D modeling and thestudent’s imagination to explore concepts and ideas such ascitizenship, simulations, sculpture and regeneration. This is a uniquecamp that will get campers learning while they think they are justhaving fun!Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#508 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (Cont.)CHI CHALLENGE CAMP - NEWLet the legend be told that in the land of Chima®, only the bravesurvive. Eight animal tribes battle in pursuit of CHI, the balance of life.Campers will have the opportunity to choose their tribe, while buildingand battling for victory. Put your Chima® skills to the test throughoutthis camp, by racing Speedorz® and building motorized models withLEGO® Bricks. Does your tribe have what it takes to become theultimate master of CHI? Your destiny awaits!Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#506 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180#507 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 1803D PROGRAMMING: DESIGN, DISCOVER, DREAMUsing Alice, an innovative 3D programming software you’ll designanimation for an interactive game, movie or story. This objectorientedprogram is fun and challenging, as you discover the worlds ofcomputer science and programming by using 3D graphics in a virtualworld. Let your imagination soar…if you can dream up a concept, youcan design it! Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#513 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180#514 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 180VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMING (INTRODUCTION)This camp is designed to introduce campersto the real world of video game programming,design and development. Campers willexplore the full process of creating a gamefrom beginning to end including planning,game design, interface design, setting andstorytelling. Using Game Maker, campers will start with a simple gameand then build your own renditions of active games and maze games.Note: No prior programming experience is necessary.Instruction provided by BounceU#509 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180#510 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180MINING & CRAFTING 1 - NEWExplore the world of Minecraft® in our Miningand Crafting Camp! Build and interact withcharacters and elements from the populargame including Steve, Creeper, Chicken, Pig,Pickaxe, Mincart, Diamond and Apple. Evenbuild a mini Creeper figure to take home atthe end of camp! Campers will face newchallenges each day, building models andcrafting key elements. Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz.#515 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 7 thCost: $ 180#516 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 7 thCost: $ 180MINING AND CRAFTING 2 - NEWSteve is jumping for joy as he introduces the newest members of hisMinecraft® world. Whether or not your child has attended our Miningand Crafting 1 camp, reward them with the creativity and excitementthis new camp has to offer. Campers will be challenged to bring theirvirtual designs to life by building new mob figures, mosaics and custommodels that incorporate LEGO® Bricks. So, are you ready for thechallenge? No previous experience required.Instruction provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#517 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 7 thCost: $ 180#518 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 7 thCost: $ 180MINECRAFT- DESERT ISLAND SURVIVAL - NEWDiscover, create and learn, as TechStars grants access to a Minecraftworld like no other! Learn fundamentals of computer networkingthrough this Minecraft experience that also allows campers and friendsto work in multiplayer mode as they mine, craft and build together tosurvive. Use skills to explore all the secrets the world has to offer,including a mysterious castle filled with challenges. Will you becomethe ultimate survivor and claim the castle as your own?Instruction provided by TechStars by Computer Explorers#519 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 200#521 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 200Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SPORTS & FITNESSTRIANGLE TENNIS ACADEMYTriangle Tennis Academy is excited tocontinue offering half day and full day tenniscamps at Cary Academy. This summer, thecamps will be run by PTR- and USPTAcertifiedtennis coaches. During theseprograms, light conditioning and movement exercises are combinedwith skill development and on- court strategy for a great tennisexperience. In addition, campers will be grouped in the followingcategories - beginner, intermediate and advanced - with each set ofcourts designated as a different skill level. Instructors will do their bestto keep the younger campers together in the same program andconduct skill evaluations on the first day of camp.Coaches provided by Triangle Tennis AcademyFULL DAY PROGRAMS#618 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 8 thCost: $ 300#619 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 8 thCost: $ 300#620 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 8 thCost: $ 300#621 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 8 thCost: $ 300HALF DAY PROGRAMS#622 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 3 rd - 8 thCost: $ 170#623 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 3 rd - 8 thCost: $ 170#624 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 3 rd - 8 thCost: $ 170#625 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 3 rd - 8 thCost: $ 170STATE CHAMP TENNIS CAMP - NEWState Champ Tennis Camp is the bestand most fun way to work on yourtennis game. The camp is designed forall ages and skill sets. For the playerswho are looking to start tennis, wehave a series of drills, techniqueclinics, and games with greatinstructors to get players interested intennis while enjoying the sport at thesame time. For the advanced tournament players, they will provide thebest practice one can find, with chances to play with current andformer Division 1 Varsity Athletes to help bring their game to the nextlevel. Players will also answer any questions about what it takes to playtennis in college, how to go about the recruiting process, and how theUSTA tournament system works. They hope to get everyone excitedfor the future state champs!Coach: Taylor Meyor, Cary Academy Coach#626 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180#627 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180#628 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180GOLF SQUAD - NEWGolf Squad Summer Camps are instructedby golf industry professionals only. A GolfSquad Summer Camp Handbook, visor, andwater bottle are given to each camper. Alltraining equipment and clubs are providedalong with snacks and drinks. Camperswork together to learn about golf etiquette, vocabulary, rules, golfhistory, and, of course, the technical skills of golf. These subjects, inaddition to learning physical swing techniques, practice drills, andsummer camp-specific golf games, allow the camper to follow up withthe learning long after the camp has ended. Simply show up and enjoybuilding a golf foundation that will be with your child for a lifetime!Instruction provided by Golf Squad#605 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 290#607 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 290#609 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 290Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SPORTS & FITNESS (Cont.)CARY ACADEMY YOUTH BASKETBALL CLINICThis camp is designed to teach basic basketball skills includingshooting, ball handling, passing, defense and game situations. Grabyour shoes and join the fun as you have the chance to work with aformer Olympic basketball player.Coach: Mindaugas Timinskas ( “Coach Tim”)#631 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades rising 6 th - 9 th (boys only)Cost: $ 170CARY ACADEMY INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL TECHNIQUESThis program is for players who have a desire to take their skills to thenext level. You will receive intensive hands-on instruction during eachthree hour session. Come work with Coach Tim and increase your playto a new level. Coach: Mindaugas Timinskas (“Coach Tim”)#632 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades rising 7 th - 10 th (boys only)Cost: $170EN GARDE! OLYMPIC FENCINGEn Garde! Olympic Fencingcamp is a fast-paced andexciting adventure into thesport of Olympic Fencing.Fencing is the ultimate sportrequiring coordination,concentration, agility, skill, andbrainpower! Campers that aredrawn to fencing love achallenge that involves both the mind and the body. The camp'sapproach to teaching introduces the sport by integrating coordinationgames, fencing-specific games, and fencing bouting to give eachcamper a basic understanding of the sport as well as have a lot of FUN!Safety is heavily emphasized and equipment is provided. Athletic shoesare required. Instructor: Jeffrey Kallio, Midsouth Fencing Club#610 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180#611 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180TRIANGLE ROCK CLUB BASE CAMPBase Camp introduces kids to climbing. They’ll laugh, climb, andchallenge themselves in our safe, supervised environment. Ourknowledgeable staff facilitate climbing and games while teaching basicsafety skills. Campers learn to move confidently over the climbingwalls. Activities include top rope climbing, bouldering, tag traverse,blindfolded climbing, and more. Camp fee includes equipment,supervision, and lots of fun at TRC.Instruction provided by Triangle Rock#614 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 2 nd - 6 thCost: $ 250#615 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 2 nd - 6 thCost: $ 250TRIANGLE ROCK CLUB SUMMIT CAMPSummit Camp introduces teens to climbing. Ourknowledgeable staff teach climbing skills, coachtechnique, facilitate other climbing fun, and guidea day of outdoor climbing. Great for all levels ofclimbers, Summit Camp is an especially good fitfor beginners. Camp fee includes equipment,instruction, transportation to Pilot Mountain, anda 1- month TRC membership.Instruction provided by Triangle RockNote: Campers must be 12 at the start date of camp.#616 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 400#617 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 400COSTA SOCCER CAMPAll the fundamentals of soccer including dribbling,passing, shooting, heading, and receiving will betaught at this camp. Scrimmaging will be part ofeach camp week. Goalkeepers will receivespecialized training. Each player should bring thefollowing to camp daily: inflated soccer ball, cleats,non- scuff athletic shoes (for time indoors) and shinguards. Campers will be divided by age and abilityand grouped accordingly. Coach: Jeff Costa, Cary Academy Coach#601 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 170#603 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 170Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SPECIALTYLOCAL, ORGANIC, AND SUSTAINABLE LIVING - NEWDo you love North Carolina? Do outdoor learning opportunities exciteyou? Have you ever wanted to tour a local farm or experience our localriver systems first hand? Are you an avid recycler or environmentalistwho wants to learn from local experts on topics such as landconservation, biofuels, and toxic-free living? Then this is the camps foryou! Campers will explore the Triangle community to meet, learn, andinteract with professionals whose job it is to protect our land, water,and air. This course is field-trip intensive with educational enrichmentand reflection following each visit.Instructor: Jeff Schweickert, Raleigh Tutoring#700 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 360#701 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 360FOOD AND FILM (All new films for 2014)Join us for a feast for your eyes and your belly! We’ll watch cinemaclassics and make recipes associated with the movie. Join Mr. Fox onhis adventures Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) and make chicken soup. WatchWall-E's antics and then making a sandwich that looks just like him.Take flight with Spirited Away (2001) and make a tasty noodle dish. Beswept away by Up (2009) and make and decorate balloon cookies.Finally, we’ll watch Matilda (1996) and enjoy Mrs. Trunchbull'schocolate cake! Instructor: Meredith Stewart, Cary Academy Faculty#702 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 9 thCost: $ 180GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN!Girls, bring a friend and prepare to have a blast as we design and buildyour dream home complete with landscaping! In this camp, camperswill design a room based on the latest trends ensuring that designs arebuilt to scale. Campers will use a variety of materials to design, buildand create beautiful masterpieces. Awards will be given to the mostimaginative and the most proportional creations. This camp willprovide both individualized instruction as well as introduce the camperto advanced concepts including scaling, fractions, proportionality,surface area and volume. Campers will be assessed and spend timefollowing an individualized program for the week.Instruction provided by Mathnasium#710 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 6 thCost: $ 360SUPER HERO ACADEMYJoin Bricks 4 Kidz® for a week building Super Heroes with LEGO® Bricks.Explore all the caped crusaders and discover their super powers.Create a fantasy world and protect it against all the evil arch enemieswith custom contraptions made with LEGO® Bricks. At the end of theweek, all SUPER HERO CAMPERS will go home with a custom minifigure! Instructor provided by Bricks 4 Kidz#711 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 3 rd - 6 thCost: $ 180RACEWAY CONSTRUCTION - NEWIn this 3D construction class, campers design and build the craziestraceway tracks that are able to race the fastest Hot Wheels race carsand Mighty Beanz. Bring your favorite and fastest cars and MightyBeanz to camp and get ready to compete in the most exciting races ofthe summer! There will be lots of races and prizes each day for thefastest and luckiest of the racers. Campers will bring home their ownraceway that has been built so the fun can continue all year long.Instructor: Eddie Chin, Cary School of Creative Arts#712 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades rising 3 rd - 7 thCost: $ 180ARCHI-TECH MARKET DESIGN - NEWFrom cars to clothes, toys to food, the sky is the limit as to what youcan sell when you build the store of your dreams using 3D modelingand its warehouse. Then, be the star of a commercial to market yourgoods to friends and family. Come dream up your store where the onlylimit is your imagination. Instruction provided by TechStars byComputer Explorers#714 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180ETIQUETTE FOR TEENSAs a young teen, many will encounter newsocial situations, such as job and collegeinterviews or dating. Etiquette is a code ofpolite conduct. By practicing properetiquette, it is less likely that anyone wouldbe offended or annoyed by actions orwords - they might even be charmed! Inthis fun camp, campers will learn andpractice some simple techniques so that they can face the world withconfidence. The group will cover such areas as making introductions,the art of conversation, applying and interviewing for a job, electroniccommunications, hosting or being a guest, dining, and dancing.Campers will learn some ballroom dance steps, and also go to a fancyrestaurant for brunch. Instructor: Wendy Farenthold, Guest Instructor#720 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 200Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


SPECIALTY (Cont.)CHESS - ALL LEVELSThis camp offers chess players of all level the opportunity to learn at aself-paced speed. Your skills will be identified quickly and your level ofwork and play will be based on your level. You will be placed intodifferent groups based on chess experience and ability. This campoffers opportunities for both those who are looking to advance intoserious competition and those who just want to learn the game forfun. Instructor: Craig Jones#721 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 2 nd - 6 thCost: $ 180#722 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th – 8 thCost: $ 180#723 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 2 nd - 6 thCost: $ 180CHESS - INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED PLAYERSThis camp is designed for competitive play ideal forchess students who have USCF ratings over 1000 orwith special permission. Instructor: Craig Jones#724 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 9 thCost: $ 180ENRICHMENTSTRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTSIn this week-long camp, campers will hone their study skills, determinetheir strengths, and work on their weaknesses when it comes topreparing for tests. Campers will also focus on the importance oforganization and explore a multitude of ways to learn and study.Campers will come to understand that there is not just one right wayto study and succeed, and they will learn what works best for them.The group will also practice putting those skills in action with agespecificassessments and tasks seen frequently in the classroom.Instructor: Sara King, Raleigh Tutoring#954 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180#955 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180CAREER-ORIENTED EMERGING MIDDLE SCHOOL LEADERS - NEWIn this premier leadership camp, activate the path to high school andcareer readiness by gaining knowledge about interests and strengthsas well as understanding how those interests and strengths relate todifferent careers. Campers will take home leadership, organizationaland time management strategies that will help capitalize on theirstrengths and plan for success in school, career and life.Campers will learn how to turn middle school challenges into the bestassets by working in a unique team atmosphere. Campers will use thebuddy system to show that everyone has obstacles, and together wecan take charge in pressured situations. Campers will learn to use thepersonality strengths as a benefit to effectively lead your peers. Thegroup work creates a special bond that generates the confidence toface a combination of challenges and sets the stage for high schoolpreparation that is vital at this age. Throughout the week, campers willgenerate “My Middle School Plan”, and in the last two hours of day 5,they will present those plans to each other. Free parent informationsession is included. Time and date will be announced during camp.Instructor: Divya Parekh, The DP Group#903 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 185#904 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 185ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCIERS - NEWStart with your best money- making asset (video game or DVD trading,gift wrapping, baby- sitting, dog walking, yard work, tutoring youngercampers) and learn the “Secret Trick” to earning more money. Bycreating an Income Statement and Budget, learn to use the initialincome to pay yourself first, build net worth, and take care of expenseslike tools and supplies while using practical decision-making for anypurchases. Learn how to understand interest and credit and how tomake it work for you.You will form teams comprised of entrepreneur, employee, customers,bank, creditor, etc. to turn challenges into a money-making business.While operating and simulating a business, learn how to spend, save,invest, share and reinvest your profits back into the business to sustainits growth. In the last two hours of day 5, teams will presentsophisticated and profit-making business to each other. Free parentinformation session is included. Time and date will be announcedduring camp. Instructor: Divya Parekh, The DP Group#907 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 8 th - 11 thCost: $ 185#908 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 8 th - 11 thCost: $ 185#956 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


ENRICHMENT (Cont.)INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA IAre you ready for Algebra I? In this camp, campers will be introducedto algebraic concepts that will enhance knowledge of pre- algebra andprepare for success in Algebra I. Refresh the use of integers, rationalnumbers, simple equations and proportions. Learn to apply thisknowledge to the coordinate plane, geometry, square roots, statistics,and polynomials. Activities will include a review of basic pre-algebraskills, puzzles, games, skill drills, and interactive software on thecomputer. Each day, the time will be divided between working ingroups and individually and working on the computer. Spend the weekworking with peers and computers and start the new school yearfeeling good about your math! This camp is for campers who havepreviously taken a pre- algebra course.Instructor: Pat Martin, Cary Academy Faculty#909 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180ALGEBRA I REFRESHER COURSEDo your algebra skills need refreshing? Haveyou forgotten how to square a binomial orgraph a line or parabola? Do you rememberhow to solve a system of equations? Do youneed to get ready for Geometry or Algebra II?Do you need help with the graphicscalculator? Spend the week working togetherwith other campers using puzzles, games,review sheets, and software that reinforce and strengthen your skills.Each day, the time will be divided between working in groups andindividually and working on the computer with interactive software.Campers will need a TI- 83+ or TI- 84+ graphing calculator. This courseis for campers who have previously taken Algebra I.Instructor: Pat Martin, Cary Academy Faculty#910 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 7 th - 11 thCost: $ 180THE MATH BRAIN: A MATH CAMP - NEWCampers who may have math fear or struggle with math will buildconfidence, skills, and have fun in this math-focused camp. Theactivities are hands-on, and take math to a different place. The goal isto infuse a love of math or develop an appreciation of it. Learn mathtricks and work in groups to grow in math skills and problem-solvingchallenges. Students will be able to solve problems in new ways. Thetechniques used in this camp improve concentration, focus, andattention as well. Instruction provided by Success4School#919 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 185#920 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 185MATH REVIEW WITH KHAN ACADEMYDo you need a math refresher before school starts? Do you have someareas in math that you know are weak and have kept you fromsuccess? Or do you just LOVE math and want to have the opportunityto work ahead and explore at your own pace? Khan Academy is a fun,discrete self- paced learning environment for all abilities. This campwill focus on topic and grade level specific skills that will get you readyfor next year. Khan Academy’s data driven interface allows you anopportunity to practice, master and move on with one-on-oneguidance. Work with an upper school math teacher experienced inusing Khan Academy with students. You KHAN do it!Instructor: Sue Tombes, Cary Academy Faculty(Algebra 1, Algebra II and Pre Calculus)#960 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 8 th & upCost: $ 180#961 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 8 th & upCost: $ 180(Elementary and Middle School Math)#962 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180#963 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 180DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT ANGLE?This camp will provide both individualized instruction as well as anintroduction to advanced concepts in Geometry. The group will beassessed prior to the first day of camp and will spend half the timefollowing an individualized program for the week, allowing time tomaximize those accomplishments. Each day, campers will explore anadvanced Geometry concept such as the Pythagorean Theorem andapplications, an introduction to trigonometry and applications andcorresponding and vertical angle proofs. This camp is designed for:Advanced middle school students who have shown fluency inpre-algebra skills and would like to be introduced toadvanced high school level concepts;Middle school students who wish to get ready foracademically gifted testing such as those administered by theDUKE TIP program; andAdvanced middle school students interested in personalenrichment.Instructors: Brian VanHoff & Sarah Spencer, Mathnasium#913 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 185Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


ENRICHMENT (Cont.)MIDDLE SCHOOL - PRE- ALGEBRA/ ALGEBRA - NEWMaster the foundational skills of Pre-Algebra and Algebra I and engage in teamproblem solving. Topics will include:proportions, percents, integer operations,rational numbers, solving equations,graphs and lines. Campers will also workon advanced problem-solving.Instructors: Brian VanHoff & SarahSpencer, Mathnasium#911 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 185EXPLORING POETRY IN THE WORLD - NEWPoetry is all around us in the world- - in art, in nature, in sports... evenin the food we eat! Join other young poets who are interested inreading and writing. Travel to a local park and local museums, practicewriting poetry in and out of the classroom setting, "workshop" poetry,and interact with published poets.Instructor: Katie Moore, Cary Academy Faculty#922 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180WRITE FOR SUCCESSIn this camp, participants will practice various forms of academicwriting, including argumentative, expository, and narrative. Camperswill learn how to craft effective thesis statements, choose and explaindetails to support an argument, and use sensory details to engage anaudience. Instructor: Katie Moore, Cary Academy Faculty#921 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180ESSAY WRITING MADE EASY - NEWIf you're like most people, the word "essay" makes you want to runand hide. However, as you progress through your middle and highschool years, you will be asked to express your ideas in essay formmore often and with increasingly stringent expectations. In this camp,students will be given the tools needed to meet any essay challengewith confidence and write an organized, fluent, and well-elaboratedpiece with ease. The group will address three main types of essays inclass: the persuasive essay, the compare/contrast essay, and thecause/effect essay. You will come away with a complete understandingof the form and function of the essay and the processes used to writeit, and you will bring home three complete and rubric-evaluatedpieces. Writing with an experienced and enthusiastic teacher in a lowpressureenvironment will do wonders for skill and confidence levels,enabling students to banish the dread and approach essay assignmentswith positivity! Instructor: Casey Izzet, Guest InstructorSMALL AND POWERFUL WRITING - NEWIf you are interested in learning how to craft powerful stories or poemswith the goals of distillation and voice, this is the camp for you. Thegroup will begin by reading eclectic flash fiction and nonfiction (under500 words), then explore what makes for a good poem or very shortfiction by studying contemporary authors and using prompts to jumpstart projects that will be "workshopped" by instructor and peers. Thecamp will end with improved writing skills, more confidence, widerexposure to contemporary literature and an open mic on Friday.Instructor: Jodi Barnes, Guest Instructor#932 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180#933 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180MAKE THEM LAUGH! - WRITING COMEDY - NEWSome of us are just naturally hilarious. However, some of us need alittle help getting our funny bones into motion. Nothing attractsreaders to authors more than a great sense of humor! This camp willhelp campers find their comedic genius within and learn to use it tobrighten a page. Campers will learn to manipulate language andconventions to write stories, light verse, and parodies that will have areader spitting his drink out all over the page.Instructor: Casey Izzet, Guest Instructor#938 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180WRITE MY WAYAre you struggling with writing or reluctant towrite- …maybe you haven’t found the love ofwriting you had hoped for? You will love thiscamp filled with fun themes and activities infusedwith powerful writing strategies- you won’tbelieve how much you will learn! Writingactivities are hands-on and include genres fromjournals to comic book writing that are sure toinspire the craft of and passion for writing a child is yearning, and aconfidence in writing parents are longing for as well! Different themeseach week mean a camper can enroll in multiple weeks without gettingbored! Instruction provided by Success4School#923 Dates: June 23 - June 27Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 185#924 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 4 th - 6 thCost: $ 185#931 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)


ENRICHMENT (Cont.)WRITE IT RIGHTLet our hands-on activities and specific corrective writing techniquesaid your camper in learning how to write the standard five paragraphessay. Campers will also explore some creative writing techniques fornarratives to break initiation blues; students will be modeled fantasticleads and endings inspired by young adult authors and picture bookwriters. Tools like NoodleTools or other on-line citation engines willalso be used to model explicitly HOW to properly cite sources. Thiscamp is for campers who may struggle with writing, may be reluctantto write, or may need brushing up.Instruction provided by Success4School#925 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 185#926 Dates: July 21 - July 25Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 5 th - 8 thCost: $ 185BECOMING A BETTER WRITERDo you want to become a better writer? If you do, then this is thecamp for you! In this camp, we will begin the week with creativewriting exercises. Then, we will move into the realm of writingacademic papers. Participants in this camp will learn all about thesisstatements, essay structure, correct grammar, works cited pages, andmuch, much more! Instructor: Maggie Kelly, Raleigh Tutoring#934 Dates: June 16 - June 20Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th - 9 thCost: $ 180WRITING THE PARANORMAL - NEWReaders are, and always have been, captivated by the paranormal.However, writing good paranormal fiction is much more than adding avampire or a zombie to your plot, and oftentimes good supernaturalstories fall victim to cliché. Come to camp and learn how to usesupernatural elements in new and interesting ways! Campers willpractice creating engaging characters, developing strong plots, andusing action and dialogue to up the “creepy factor” of their stories.Instructor: Casey Izzet, Guest InstructorCAREER EXPLORATION: MEDICINE - NEWThis career interest camp is designed for those who may be interestedin medicine as a career as a medical doctor, dentist, pharmacist, nurse,allied health professional, or medical research scientist. It is also opento those who want to learn medical terminology and science related tomedicine. Campers will learn the unique word roots, prefixes, andsuffixes used to form medical terms; study basic human anatomy; andexamine the various specialties within medicine. Campers will alsoinvite a practicing physician, a dental student, and a nurse to sharewith us why they chose their careers and what their careers mean tothem. Instructor: Gary Markert, Raleigh Tutoring#958 Dates: July 14 - July 18Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180CAREER EXPLORATION: LAW - NEWThis career interest camp is intended for middle school students whomay have a career interest in law, or have a family member who is alawyer, judge, or prosecutor and would like to know more about what0this family member does. What is the difference in civil law, criminallaw, constitutional law, immigration law, civil rights law, and corporatelaw? What is a defense attorney or a district attorney? What is “habeascorpus”? What does “guilty beyond a reasonable doubt” mean? Whatare the steps in a court trial? What rights before the law does theConstitution provide to everyone? Campers will develop a basicknowledge of law and learn the different career possibilities for aperson who has a law degree. Campers will view video presentationsincluding those of popular TV lawyers such as Judge Judy. Campers willfollow legal cases currently in the news and be presented with legalscenarios and asked to role play or act out a skit. Campers will inviteseveral experts, a defense attorney and a former county prosecutor, tothe class to share with us about their chosen careers in law.Instructor: Gary Markert, Raleigh Tutoring#959 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.Grades: rising 6 th - 8 thCost: $ 180#939 Dates: July 7 - July 11Times: 9:00 a.m. - NoonGrades: rising 6 th & upCost: $ 180Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/)

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