Design Your Day Camp

Get into what really interests you with a Design Your Day Camp. In addition to summer fun on
the brilliant St. Catherine’s campus, you choose three to six special topics to create your own camp experience. Choices include every kind of creative arts you can think of, from Paint Your Pet to Digital Arts. There are also many sports and activities to choose from, including fun on the James River. And that doesn’t even touch on the unique choices like Rocketry, Ukulele and Sign Language.

• Boys & girls rising grades 2-10
• One-week and three-week sessions
• Half-day and full-day options
• Lunch included with full-day camp
• Design Your Day Camp can be combined with half-day Special Interest Camps to provide a full-day experience
• Extended day care available

Design Your Day Camp Session Dates

Three-Week Sessions

Session 1: June 18-July 6 (closed July 4)
Session 2: July 9-26 (closed July 27)

One-Week Session

Session 3: July 30-August 3, 2018

Special Events for Design Your Day Three-Week Camps

Design Your Day Friday Frolics
For Design Your Day campers, every Friday ends with special outdoor activities. The carnival-like atmosphere includes water battles, competitions, crafts and concerts. And you may just get a chance to sink your favorite teacher in a dunk tank!

Design Your Day Family Festival
St. Catherine’s Brilliant Summer Program holds an evening Family Festival for parents and visitors on July 5 for Session One participants and July 26 for Session Two participants. The festivals are a culmination of the campers’ efforts and provide an opportunity for children to display their artwork and perform music, dance and theatre productions.

Pricing*

Three Weeks Half-Day (a.m. or p.m.) $445
Three Weeks Full-Day (a.m. and p.m.) $880 Lunch included

One Week Half-Day (a.m. or p.m.) $150
One Week Full-Day (a.m. and p.m.) $300 Please pack a lunch

*Some Design Your Day camp sessions have additional fees

Rising Grades 2-3

Design Your Day Camp - Rising Grades 2-3

List of 44 items.

  • Backyard Zoology

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    The most amazing science begins in the backyard! Start by identifying and observing some of the simplest organisms and ending with the most advanced. Through discussions and observations, learn about habitats, life cycles and predator-prey relationships. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50
    David Polak
     
  • Ball Games

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    The ball’s in your court as you learn basic skills for a wide variety of games with balls. Play classic games and games you’ve never played. Fun drills will improve ball-handling skills.
    Meagan Edwards, Leslie O’Neal
     
  • Center Stage Singers

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Start your summer of dancing and singing with your friends! Have a blast learning popular music and dance moves. Learn to read notated music, while practicing healthy vocal techniques, musical accuracy, expression and ensemble skills.
    Emma-Claire Polich
     
  • Ceramics

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Explore the wonders of clay and learn traditional hand-building methods of clay construction. Using coil, slab and sculptural techniques, learn to texture, weave, carve and layer hand-built creations.
    Joel Moses
     
  • Christmas in July

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Experience the joy of giving handmade gifts all year round. We’ll create a variety of gifts perfect for sharing and then print our own wrapping paper, cards and gift tags…and it's okay if you keep something for yourself.
    Mary Beth Conley
     
  • Collage Creations

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Using decorated sheets of paper, newspaper, fabric, photos and found materials you’ll discover ways to cut, tear, arrange and adhere materials to create amazing pictures and three-dimensional assemblages.
    Kitty Lane
     
  • Cool Chemistry

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Make things bubble, fizz, splatter and ooze. Learn about solids, liquids and gases and conduct experiments to grow crystals and produce slime. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50
    David Polak
     
  • D.I.Y. Spa!

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Step into an aromatherapy oasis!  Learn how to use organic materials and natural ingredients like essential oils to create your own health, beauty, & spa products.  Make cool products like relaxing bath fizzies & bath salts, calming lavender sachets, cleansing face masks, moisturizing lip balms & body scrubs, decorative hand soaps, and more!
    materials fee: $15
    Ashley Cogbill
     
  • Digital Photography: Beginner

    Grades 2-3
    Starting with the basics, learn how to hold the camera and how to frame an image. Experiment with close-ups and shots taken from different angles, perspectives and distances. Learn how to upload images and prepare for printing.
    Keith Browne
     
  • Drumming

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Create soundscapes of musical fun. Follow behind Robbie as he leads you to success in rhythm. Discover polyrhythms and syncopated beats and learn the skills and basic techniques of drumming and percussive music.
    Robbie Kinter
     
  • Fabulous Flowers

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Do you love flowers? From ancient times to today, flowers have inspired famous artists all over the world. Create representations of flowers using a variety of media including printmaking, watercolors and sculptural paper techniques.
    Mary Beth Conley
     
  • Flute: Beginner

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Learn to play the flute, a well-beloved and beautiful instrument through the Suzuki method and the teacher’s own instructional style. Class fee: $25
    Susan Davis
     
  • For the Love of Animals

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    In this fun exploration of animals, we’ll learn interesting and fun facts about animals around the world. From the colorful frogs in the rainforest, to the barn owl in your backyard we will use animals as inspiration as we draw, bake, sew print, paint, and  collage our own animal creations.
    Kitty Lane
     
  • Gone Fishin’ (3 Periods)

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Explore the ecosystems of local freshwater ponds and the James River while fishing for bass, catfish, crappie and sunfish. Learn to tie knots, bait hooks and take fish o of hooks to release back into the water. Virginia Outside. Class Fee: $50
    Virginia Outside
     
  • Guitar: Beginner

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Guitar is one of the most popular instruments
to play. Start with the fundamentals and then learn to read tablature, play chords and soon be playing songs. No experience required. Class fee: $25
    Rusty Farmer
     
  • Gymnastics

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Few sports develop strength, flexibility and coordination the way gymnastics does. Work on tumbling skills and floor exercises, vaulting, rope climbing and balance beam.
    Gail Kingrey
     
  • Hippety Hop

    Grades 2-3
    This exciting, high-energy class will introduce campers to hip hop, beginning break dancing and movement games to get everyone dancing and moving to the beat. Hippety Hop dancers will develop and improve musicality, coordination and confidence while having fun.
    Victoria Seymour
     
  • Improv

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Spend this summer laughing while learning to think on your feet and say "Yes, And." We’ll work in an ensemble creating comic characters and stories on the fly, participating in well-known improv games like, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
    Jane Mattingly
     
  • Just Jump!

    Grades 3, 4-6
    Jump into this fun, challenging, heart-healthy class and learn single rope skills, double dutch, partner tricks and long rope games. Jumpers will learn to jump double unders, criss cross, rope releases and so much more! No experience necessary.
    Gail Kingrey
     
  • Karate

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Be part of a fast-paced modern martial arts curriculum led by masters from The Budo Center. Learn basic punches, blocks and combination moves that help build coordination, strength and flexibility. Practice self-control and gain confidence while displaying a positive attitude about yourself and others.
    The Budo Center
     
  • Magic Prints

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Experiment with a variety of printmaking techniques including rubbings, stamps, stencils and monotypes. Create prints with vibrant textures and bold colors appearing magically before your eyes!
    Dana Morris
     
  • Mosaic Madness

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Flowerpots, frames, birdhouses and more! An exciting class full of broken bits, glue, grout and gook.
    Sarah Abernathie
     
  • Ms. Mo’s Cooking Show

    Grades 2-3 New!
    Cooking is art you can eat! Learn basic recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner and then watch yourself on the “Brilliant Summer Food Network”. We will learn basic cooking, baking, and food preparation skills while archiving class videos to share. Recipes will include (but not limited to): waffles, pudding, meatballs and potato salad.
    Mo Regulinski
     
  • Musical Theatre

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Experience the world of musical theatre by working on the three areas of musical theatre: acting, singing & dance. We will also learn focus, concentration & collaboration as an ensemble.
    Emma-Claire Polich
     
  • Mythical Creatures' Habitats

    Grades: 2-3, 4-6  New!
    Ever wanted to attract mythical creatures like garden fairies, gnomes, trolls, princesses, unicorns, mermaids, pirates, or dragons?  Now you can!  Build them a house or habitat using recycled cardboard, hot glue, and tons of natural materials & craft supplies.
    Class Fee: $15
    Ashley Cogbill
     
  • Origami: Beginner

    Grades 2-3
    The Asian art of paper folding is an ancient art form, but it’s as fun today as ever. Learn to fold flat squares of paper into incredible three-dimensional shapes.
    Ming-hua Chang
     
  • Papier-Mâché Works

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Paper and glue...who knew? Get a little messy with papier-mâché. Come create a menagerie of amazing three-dimensional sculptures. You’ve never had so much fun with old newspaper.
    Laura van Bylandt
     
  • Piano: Beginner

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Come and learn the fundamentals of playing the piano. Begin with pre-reading activities and move to more complicated material as music reading ability develops. No experience required. Class Fee $10
    Gloria Ramirez
     
  • Piano: Intermediate

    Grades 2-3,4-6
    Students must have completed Piano: Beginner or have taken piano instruction for one school year to select this class. Learn scales, triads and key signatures to move towards more advanced music. No advanced students please. Class Fee $10
    Gloria Ramirez
  • Pillow Pals

    Grades 2-3 New!
    Create a loveable, huggable soft sculpture while learning basic sewing stitches, color theory, and artistic craftsmanship.
    Mo Regulinski
     
  • Rockets, Robots & Crazy Chemistry

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Step into the dynamic world of STEM with Mad Science! Explore space technology and build your own rocket with NASA. Learn about robots while you build your very own awesome Komodo Dragon Robot that you get to take home. Finally, explore the crazy world of Chemistry while making slime and more!
    Lab Fee: $60
    Mad Science
     
  • Soccer

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Improve passing, trapping and shooting in this basic skills class. Learn offensive and defensive positioning, plus the strategies that make soccer fun. Develop speed, skill, technique and form.
     
  • Story Art

    Grades 2-3
    Every story is a new adventure.  Choose your favorite story and combine imagination and creativity to make an exciting piece of story art. Experiment with a variety of art materials to bring a storybook world to life.
    Kitty Lane
     
  • Street Jazz

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    It’s a little bit of jazz, a little bit of hip-hop and a whole lotta fun! Come move, groove, shake and bounce in this high-energy dance class.
    Victoria Seymour
     
  • Swimming: Beginner

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Learn basic strokes and how to float. Dive and participate in a variety of water games and contests. Of course water safety and pool rules are taught and always emphasized.
    Kemper Gibson and Madalyn Nuckols
  • Swimming: Intermediate

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    If you can keep yourself afloat and feel comfortable in the water then this is the class for you. Work on stroke technique and participate in a variety of games. Water safety rules will be emphasized.
    Kemper Gibson and Madalyn Nuckols
     
  • Travel Trinkets

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Let’s explore some of America’s greatest cities! On our imaginary vacation we’ll learn fun facts about some of America’s best places to visit and we will create souvenirs from our travels including postcards, picture frames, snow globes, magnets and key chains.
    Mary Beth Conley
     
  • Ukulele

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Aloha! The ukulele is becoming one of today’s most popular instruments for all ages. It’s easy to carry and play. Learn to read tablature, chords and songs. No experience required. Class fee: $25
    Rusty Farmer
     
  • Violin 1

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Learn the basics of playing the violin in a fun group setting. This class is for beginners only. Performance is optional. Class fee: $25
    Sharla Gordon
     
  • Violin 2

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Did you take Violin 1 last year or did you play the violin a few years ago and need a refresher class? Violin 2 is for you! Brush up on the basics of playing the violin and expand on your skills. There is an optional performance at the end of each session. Class fee: $25
    Sharla Gordon
     
  • Voice Lessons

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Whether you want to sing for enjoyment, school plays, chorus or auditions, this class will help you reach your full potential. Learn proper breathing, posture, tone production, intonation, diction, phrasing and ear training and you will gain confidence and consistency in your singing.
    Emma-Claire Polich
  • Watercolor Techniques

    Grade 2-3, 4-6
    Dive into watercolor to explore wet on wet, dry brushing, resist and mixed media techniques. Learn traditional and experimental watercolor techniques in this exciting class.
    Laura van Bylandt
     
  • Weaving: Beginner

    Grades 2-3
    Weaving has taken many forms from ancient times to today. Learn the difference between the “warp” and the “weft” and rediscover the ancient art of weaving. Use a simple loom and explore a variety of “over and under” techniques to create woven masterpieces. It’s easy and fun and the results are amazing.
    Kitty Lane
     
  • World Mask Making

    Grades 2-3
    Design wearable artwork while exploring mask-making traditions used by cultures throughout the world. We will learn the stories behind the masks as we create Mexican Tona Animal masks, Italian Carnival masks, Mardi Gras masks and African ceremonial masks.
    Dana Morris
     

Rising Grades 4-6

Design Your Day Camp - Rising Grades 4-6

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  • Acting Academy

    Grades 4-6 and 7-10  New!
    Are you made for the stage? Are you the next big movie star? This class will help you learn new skills as an actor as well as polish the ones you didn't know you already had!
    Jane Mattingly
     
  • American Sign Language

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Say something without ever speaking a word. Learn American Sign Language and investigate the culture that surrounds this language and the people who speak it.
    Rebecca Sopher
     
  • Animal Houses

    Grades 4-6
    Create miniature animals with Sculpey polymer clay and then create a house for them. Don’t forget to include furniture, furnishings and maybe even food!
    Brigette Newberry
     
  • Asian Art Adventures

    Grades 4 -6, 7- 10
    Learn about China’s 5,000 years of technical and artistic achievements and create Chinese- inspired arts and crafts. Make lanterns, kites, dragons, masks and more.
    Ming-hua Chang
     
  • Backyard Zoology

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    The most amazing science begins in the backyard! Start by identifying and observing some of the simplest organisms and ending with the most advanced. Through discussions and observations, learn about habitats, life cycles and predator-prey relationships. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50
    David Polak
     
  • Ball Games

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    The ball’s in your court as you learn basic skills for a wide variety of games with balls. Play classic games and games you’ve never played. Fun drills will improve ball-handling skills.
    Meagan Edwards, Leslie O’Neal
     
  • Band Works

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Let’s jam! Haven’t you always wanted to join
a band? Learn basic skills for a variety of individual instruments — and you choose the instruments. Experiment with the saxophone, trumpet, flute, clarinet, trombone or drums. No experience necessary. Class fee: $25
    Susan Davis
     
  • Basketball

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Here’s a chance to improve your basketball skills to enjoy the game more. Work on dribbling, passing, shooting, layups and ball handling, while improving motor skills, eye-hand coordination and team play. Both boys and girls are invited.
    Leslie O’Neal
     
  • Brilliant Summer Live!

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Do you love the sound of laughter and the exhilaration of applause? Then join the festivities with other campers who like to write and perform scripts — and who won’t be shy about showing what they can do!
    Session One: Grades 4-6 Session Two: Grades 7-10
    Robbie Kinter
     
  • Candle Making: Beginner

    Grades 4-6
    Candle making is an ancient art. Learn all the steps in this informative class, from melting, molding, rolling, dripping and dipping to painting, sticking, building and carving. Create candles of all shapes, sizes and scents.
    Brigette Newberry
     
  • Center Stage Singers

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Start your summer of dancing and singing with your friends! Have a blast learning popular music and dance moves. Learn to read notated music, while practicing healthy vocal techniques, musical accuracy, expression and ensemble skills.
    Emma-Claire Polich
     
  • Ceramics

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Explore the wonders of clay and learn traditional hand-building methods of clay construction. Using coil, slab and sculptural techniques, learn to texture, weave, carve and layer hand-built creations.
    Joel Moses
     
  • Chess Blitz

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Engage in the basic tactics and strategies of chess. Learn about the game of kings and queens as you improve your chess playing through daily games and strategy sessions.
    Championship Chess
  • Chinese Language and Culture

    Grades 4-6
    Experience a hands-on approach to the art, language and culture of ancient and modern China. Learn how to speak and write in Mandarin Chinese and use bamboo brushes to paint Chinese calligraphy. Also learn to count in Chinese and how to use a Chinese calculator called an “abacus.”
    Ming-hua Chang
     
  • Christmas in July

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Experience the joy of giving handmade gifts all year round. We’ll create a variety of gifts perfect for sharing and then print our own wrapping paper, cards and gift tags…and it's okay if you keep something for yourself.
    Mary Beth Conley
     
  • Claymation

    Grades 4-6 and 7-10   New!
    Create your own movie using clay and photography! Learn how to sculpt small characters, write movie scripts, make sets and arrange photographs in video editing software to create a claymation.
    Mae Berglas
     
  • Collage Creations

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Using decorated sheets of paper, newspaper, fabric, photos and found materials you’ll discover ways to cut, tear, arrange and adhere materials to create amazing pictures and three-dimensional assemblages.
    Kitty Lane
     
  • Comedy Hour

    Grades 4-6, 7-10  New! 
    How many times have friends and family told you that you are so funny you should be on stage? It’s not as easy as it looks, but in this class get the support and inspiration needed to give it a try. Learn to synthesize improvisation, storytelling, and acting to write and perform your own stand-up comedy routine or sketch show.
    Jane Mattingly
     
  • Cool Chemistry

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Make things bubble, fizz, splatter and ooze. Learn about solids, liquids and gases and conduct experiments to grow crystals and produce slime. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50
    David Polak
     
  • Crazy About Crochet

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Design and make a crocheted necklace and bracelet using silk cording and a variety of beads. Many colors will be available to spark your creativity.
    Sarah Abernathie
     
  • Creative Bloggers

    Grades 4-6
    Explore the digital side of writing through creative blogging. Join the blogging community on a secure, kid-friendly site where you and your peers can collaborate on and experiment with different types of writing.
    Kimberlee Letourneau
     
  • D.I.Y. Spa!

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Step into an aromatherapy oasis!  Learn how to use organic materials and natural ingredients like essential oils to create your own health, beauty, & spa products.  Make cool products like relaxing bath fizzies & bath salts, calming lavender sachets, cleansing face masks, moisturizing lip balms & body scrubs, decorative hand soaps, and more!
    materials fee: $15
    Ashley Cogbill
     
  • Digital Photography

    Grades 4-6
    Learn the basics of holding the camera and selecting the proper modes. Experiment with framing, close-ups, composition and manual settings. All you need is a digital camera and the desire to take regular picture taking to the next level.
    Keith Browne
     
  • Dollhouse Decorators

    Grades 4-6, 7-10   New!
    Join us as we learn to create everything from flowers to furniture in miniature. Let your imagination be your guide. Create a mini model of your dream room or a flower garden. Everything's cuter in miniature!
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Drumming

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Create soundscapes of musical fun. Follow behind Robbie as he leads you to success in rhythm. Discover polyrhythms and syncopated beats and learn the skills and basic techniques of drumming and percussive music.
    Robbie Kinter
     
  • Embroidery & Cross Stitch

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Learn different stitches and techniques for creating designs in hand embroidery and cross stitch. Create a sampler  sachet and embellish keepsakes and make wearable art.
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Engineering Physics

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Physics is the study of forces and motion. Learn about gravity, friction, centrifugal force and rotational pull through hands-on experiences. Build bridges and test the load capacity. Engineer launchers and water rockets for flights up to 400 feet! You’ll soon see why physics is fun. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50
    David Polak
     
  • Fabric and Yarn Creations

    Grades 4-6, 7-10 New!
    Use printed and solid fabric to create paintings, pillows and placemats. Create your own combinations of color and print using iron-on fusible materials. Some basic sewing will be taught as well.
    Brigette Newberry
  • Fabulous Flowers

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Do you love flowers? From ancient times to today, flowers have inspired famous artists all over the world. Create representations of flowers using a variety of media including printmaking, watercolors and sculptural paper techniques.
    Mary Beth Conley
     
  • Fashion Apprentice - Circle Skirts and Capes

    Grades 4-6 New!
    Who’s going to be the next fantastic fashion designer this summer? Get inspired at Brilliant Summer Fashion Institute Apprentice program where you will create a one of a kind garment with personalized textile design. The goal of this class is to develop visual design, construction, and stitching skills. You will have the choice to make a circle skirt or cape in this workshop.
    Mo Regulinski
     
  • Felting Frenzy

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Transform soft, colorful wool into beautiful sculptures, bags, phone cases and wall art. We'll use wet and needle felting techniques to make these bright textile artworks.
    Mae Berglas
     
  • Field Games

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Come play Ultimate Frisbee, Ultimate Football and capture the flag. Practice throwing and catching skills with the Frisbee and football, as well as learn offensive and defensive strategies. These fun, fast-paced games provide plenty of exercise.
    Meagan Edwards
     
  • Flute: Beginner

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Learn to play the flute, a well-beloved and beautiful instrument through the Suzuki method and the teacher’s own instructional style. Class fee: $25
    Susan Davis
     
  • For the Love of Animals

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    In this fun exploration of animals, we’ll learn interesting and fun facts about animals around the world. From the colorful frogs in the rainforest, to the barn owl in your backyard we will use animals as inspiration as we draw, bake, sew print, paint, and  collage our own animal creations.
    Kitty Lane
     
  • Gone Fishin’ (3 Periods)

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Explore the ecosystems of local freshwater ponds and the James River while fishing for bass, catfish, crappie and sunfish. Learn to tie knots, bait hooks and take fish o of hooks to release back into the water. Virginia Outside. Class Fee: $50
    Virginia Outside
     
     
  • Guitar: Beginner

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Guitar is one of the most popular instruments
to play. Start with the fundamentals and then learn to read tablature, play chords and soon be playing songs. No experience required. Class fee: $25
    Rusty Farmer
     
  • Guitar: Intermediate

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Build on your previous guitar experience by learning new chords and songs. Examine the guitar’s role in popular music by listening and playing. Class fee: $25
    Rusty Farmer
     
  • Gymnastics

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Few sports develop strength, flexibility and coordination the way gymnastics does. Work on tumbling skills and floor exercises, vaulting, rope climbing and balance beam.
    Gail Kingrey
     
  • Improv

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Spend this summer laughing while learning to think on your feet and say "Yes, And." We’ll work in an ensemble creating comic characters and stories on the fly, participating in well-known improv games like, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
    Jane Mattingly
     
  • Jammin’ on the James (3 Periods)

    Grades 4-6
    Climb, fish, float, hike, hammer, paddle, paint, snorkel and swim as you explore the James River and James River parks, guided by a naturalist, a historian and a wildlife photographer. Investigate plants, mammals, birds, bugs, fish and reptiles and learn about the river and how to enjoy it safely and with respect. Class Fee: $65
    Lisa Foster
     
  • Jewelry Design

    Grades 4-6, 7-10 New!
    Using techniques real jewelers use, we’ll make jewelry using wire, beads, chain, cord and findings. Make wearable art that sparkles! (Caution: your Mom will want to borrow your jewelry.)
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Just Jump!

    Grades 3, 4-6
    Jump into this fun, challenging, heart-healthy class and learn single rope skills, double dutch, partner tricks and long rope games. Jumpers will learn to jump double unders, criss cross, rope releases and so much more! No experience necessary.
    Gail Kingrey
     
  • Karate

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Be part of a fast-paced modern martial arts curriculum led by masters from The Budo Center. Learn basic punches, blocks and combination moves that help build coordination, strength and flexibility. Practice self-control and gain confidence while displaying a positive attitude about yourself and others.
    The Budo Center
     
  • Knitting: Beginner

    Grades 4-6
    Learn the lifelong skill and pleasure of knitting with master knitter Betsy Manson. Create a sweater for a favorite stuffed animal or a scarf for yourself. Basic techniques you will learn are cast-on and purl.
    Class fee: $25
    Betsy Manson
     
  • Knitting: Intermediate

    Grades 5 – 10
    Master the basics of knitting, purling and putting together a finished product. Learn how to make a colorful sock monkey.
    Class fee: $25
    Betsy Manson
     
  • Lyrical Dance

    Grades 4-8
    Let the song’s lyrics inspire personal artistry and creativity. Dancers learn to tell the story of the music through their movements in this fusion of ballet and jazz.
    Victoria Seymour
     
  • Magic Prints

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Experiment with a variety of printmaking techniques including rubbings, stamps, stencils and monotypes. Create prints with vibrant textures and bold colors appearing magically before your eyes!
    Dana Morris
     
  • Mash-up Book

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Part journal, part scrapbook- a mash-up book is all about you! Write, doodle, draw, design, color, and paste on the pages of your smash book. Get inspired with tons of examples or think of your own ideas—it's up to you! You don't need to be an artist or an author to enjoy making a mash-up book.
    Kimberlee Letourneau
     
  • Mosaic Madness

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Flowerpots, frames, birdhouses and more! An exciting class full of broken bits, glue, grout and gook.
    Sarah Abernathie
     
  • Mountain Biking (3 Periods)

    Grades 4-6, 7-8
    Richmond has some of the best urban mountain biking trails around. Develop beginner and intermediate mountain biking skills including steering, shifting, hill climbing and descending, log hopping, dodging obstacles, etiquette, maintenance, safety and more. Bikes provided.
    Class Fee: $50
    Virginia Outside.
     
  • Ms. Mo’s Cooking Show

    Grades 4-6 New!
    Cooking is art you can eat! Learn basic recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner and then watch yourself on the “Brilliant Summer Food Network”. We will learn basic cooking, baking, and food preparation skills while archiving class videos to share. Recipes will include (but not limited to): omelets, biscuits, pesto and skillet chicken & rice.
    Mo Regulinski
     
  • Musical Theatre

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Experience the world of musical theatre by working on the three areas of musical theatre: acting, singing & dance. We will also learn focus, concentration & collaboration as an ensemble.
    Emma-Claire Polich
     
  • Mythical Creatures' Habitats

    Grades: 2-3, 4-6  New!
    Ever wanted to attract mythical creatures like garden fairies, gnomes, trolls, princesses, unicorns, mermaids, pirates, or dragons?  Now you can!  Build them a house or habitat using recycled cardboard, hot glue, and tons of natural materials & craft supplies.
    Class Fee: $15
    Ashley Cogbill
     
  • Nature Journaling

    Grades4-10 New!
    Sketch and explore the marvels of nature. Using nature journals and botanical illustration as references, we’ll spend the class drawing and writing outdoors. Learn to identify different plants and animals.
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Origami for Everybody

    Grades 4-6
    Welcome beginners and returning friends. The Asian art of paper folding is an ancient art form, but it’s as fun today as ever. Fold flat squares of paper into incredible three-dimensional shapes!
    Ming-hua Chang
     
  • Paint Like the Impressionists

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    “En plein air” is a French expression for painting out in the open and a popular method with the Impressionists. In this class, paint “en plein air” while learning about how the Impressionists used color to depict light, shadow and mood.
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Paint Your Pet

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Bring a photo of your favorite pet and learn how to paint a colorful, lively acrylic portrait. Explore the process of gridding a photo and canvas, creating a composition and applying paint to produce a finished pet portrait.
    Dana Morris
     
  • Papermaking and Bookbinding

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Learn to make your own paper and use decorating techniques to design beautiful cards and silhouettes. We'll then practice a variety of styles for making books and fill them with unique art and stories.
    Mae Berglas
     
  • Papier-Mâché Works

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Paper and glue...who knew? Get a little messy with papier-mâché. Come create a menagerie of amazing three-dimensional sculptures. You’ve never had so much fun with old newspaper.
    Laura van Bylandt
     
  • Photography I

    Grades 4-6
    Take snapshots with a prototype pinhole camera, as well as use any type of point-and- shoot camera to take pictures all around the St. Catherine’s campus. Learn how to artfully hand- color photographs. Class Fee: $15
    Keith Browne
     
  • Photojournalism

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Photograph, write, collect, edit and publish pictures and stories to report on Brilliant Summer’s news and events.
    Kimberlee Letourneau
     
  • Piano: Beginner

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Come and learn the fundamentals of playing the piano. Begin with pre-reading activities and move to a more complicated material as music reading ability develops. No experience required. Class Fee $10
    Gloria Ramirez
     
  • Piano: Intermediate

    Grades 2-3,4-6
    Students must have completed Piano: Beginner or have taken piano instruction for one school year to select this class. Learn scales, triads and key signatures to move towards more advanced music. No advanced students please. Class Fee $10
    Gloria Ramirez
     
  • Power Jump Rope

    Grades 5-6, 7-10
    Take a jump rope class that challenges your athletic ability. Focus on single-rope skills, double dutch, rapid fire games, partner tricks and gymnastics moves to develop intermediate and advanced jump rope skills. Previous jump rope experience recommended.
     
  • Rockets, Robots & Crazy Chemistry

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Step into the dynamic world of STEM with Mad Science! Explore space technology and build your own rocket with NASA. Learn about robots while you build your very own awesome Komodo Dragon Robot that you get to take home. Finally, explore the crazy world of Chemistry while making slime and more!
    Lab Fee: $60
    Mad Science
     
  • So You Think You Can Dance?

    Grades 4-6
    So you want to make up your own dances? Now’s your chance. Work individually as well as collaboratively to choreograph dances that will be shared at the end of the session.
    Victoria Seymour
     
  • Soccer

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Improve passing, trapping and shooting in this basic skills class. Learn offensive and defensive positioning, plus the strategies that make soccer fun. Develop speed, skill, technique and form.
     
  • Street Jazz

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    It’s a little bit of jazz, a little bit of hip-hop and a whole lotta fun! Come move, groove, shake and bounce in this high-energy dance class.
    Victoria Seymour
     
  • Strings Rock

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Think only guitarists can rock? Think again! Strings students will learn rock and popular songs. Open to students with at least one year of experience on their instrument: violin, viola, cello or bass.
    Sharla Gordon
     
  • Swimming: Advanced

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Want to become a competitive swimmer? Master the four competitive strokes and develop swimming endurance. Participate in a variety of relays and games and dive into the knowledge needed to be a junior lifeguard.
    Kemper Gibson and Madalyn Nuckols
     
  • Swimming: Beginner

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Learn basic strokes and how to float. Dive and participate in a variety of water games and contests. Of course water safety and pool rules are taught and always emphasized.
    Kemper Gibson and Madalyn Nuckols
     
  • Swimming: Intermediate

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    If you can keep yourself afloat and feel comfortable in the water then this is the class for you. Work on stroke technique and participate in a variety of games. Water safety rules will be emphasized.
    Kemper Gibson and Madalyn Nuckols
     
  • Team Challenges

    Grades 4-6
    Test yourself and match wits with others as you take part in team challenges, stunts, tumbling and rope activities. Strengthen both mind and body, and learn the importance of working with others to reach a common goal.
    Leslie O’Neal
     
  • Travel Trinkets

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Let’s explore some of America’s greatest cities! On our imaginary vacation we’ll learn fun facts about some of America’s best places to visit and we will create souvenirs from our travels including postcards, picture frames, snow globes, magnets and key chains.
    Mary Beth Conley
     
  • Ukulele

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Aloha! The ukulele is becoming one of today’s most popular instruments for all ages. It’s easy to carry and play. Learn to read tablature, chords and songs. No experience required. Class fee: $25
    Rusty Farmer
     
  • Violin 1

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Learn the basics of playing the violin in a fun group setting. This class is for beginners only. Performance is optional. Class fee: $25
    Sharla Gordon
     
  • Violin 2

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Did you take Violin 1 last year or did you play the violin a few years ago and need a refresher class? Violin 2 is for you! Brush up on the basics of playing the violin and expand on your skills. There is an optional performance at the end of each session. Class fee: $25
    Sharla Gordon
     
  • Voice Lessons

    Grades 2-3, 4-6
    Whether you want to sing for enjoyment, school plays, chorus or auditions, this class will help you reach your full potential. Learn proper breathing, posture, tone production, intonation, diction, phrasing and ear training and you will gain confidence and consistency in your singing.
    Emma-Claire Polich
  • Volleyball

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Learn the rules and strategies of this popular sport. Through drills and games, learn to serve, pass, volley and block and set and smash the ball.
    Leslie O’Neal
     
  • Watercolor Techniques

    Grade 2-3, 4-6
    Dive into watercolor to explore wet on wet, dry brushing, resist and mixed media techniques. Learn traditional and experimental watercolor techniques in this exciting class.
    Laura van Bylandt
     
  • Weaving: Intermediate

    Grades 4-6 and 7-10
    Come "warp" and "weft" again! If you already know a little about the weaving process let's continue with new projects, new ways to weave and additional weaving materials.
    Kitty Lane
     

Rising Grades 7-10

Design Your Day Camp - Rising Grades 7-10

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  • Acting Academy

    Grades 4-6 and 7-10  New!
    Are you made for the stage? Are you the next big movie star? This class will help you learn new skills as an actor as well as polish the ones you didn't know you already had!
    Jane Mattingly
     
  • American Sign Language

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Say something without ever speaking a word. Learn American Sign Language and investigate the culture that surrounds this language and the people who speak it.
    Rebecca Sopher
     
  • Asian Art Adventures

    Grades 4 -6, 7- 10
    Learn about China’s 5,000 years of technical and artistic achievements and create Chinese- inspired arts and crafts. Make lanterns, kites, dragons, masks and more.
    Ming-hua Chang
     
  • Band Works

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Let’s jam! Haven’t you always wanted to join
a band? Learn basic skills for a variety of individual instruments — and you choose the instruments. Experiment with the saxophone, trumpet, flute, clarinet, trombone or drums. No experience necessary. Class fee: $25
    Susan Davis
     
  • Basketball

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Here’s a chance to improve your basketball skills to enjoy the game more. Work on dribbling, passing, shooting, layups and ball handling, while improving motor skills, eye-hand coordination and team play. Both boys and girls are invited.
    Leslie O’Neal
  • Brilliant Bloggers

    Grades 7-10
    Do you have experiences, ideas, opinions, observations, or a story inside that you'd like to share with other like-minded people? If you do, then Brilliant Bloggers is for you!  Create and customize your own blog, choose your own topics, and blog away!
    Kimberlee Letourneau
     
  • Brilliant Summer Live!

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Do you love the sound of laughter and the exhilaration of applause? Then join the festivities with other campers who like to write and perform scripts — and who won’t be shy about showing what they can do!
    Session One: Grades 4-6 Session Two: Grades 7-10
    Robbie Kinter
     
  • Candle Making: Advanced

    Grades 7-10
    Learn advanced candle making techniques and build upon established skills. Experiment with creative design methods by pouring wax into molds and glass containers, making candles from flat wax and even candles made with balloons.
    Brigette Newberry
     
  • Ceramics

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Explore the wonders of clay and learn traditional hand-building methods of clay construction. Using coil, slab and sculptural techniques, learn to texture, weave, carve and layer hand-built creations.
    Joel Moses
     
  • Chess Blitz

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Engage in the basic tactics and strategies of chess. Learn about the game of kings and queens as you improve your chess playing through daily games and strategy sessions.
    Championship Chess
     
  • Claymation

    Grades 4-6 and 7-10   New!
    Create your own movie using clay and photography! Learn how to sculpt small characters, write movie scripts, make sets and arrange photographs in video editing software to create a claymation.
    Mae Berglas
     
  • Comedy Hour

    Grades 4-6, 7-10  New! 
    How many times have friends and family told you that you are so funny you should be on stage? It’s not as easy as it looks, but in this class get the support and inspiration needed to give it a try. Learn to synthesize improvisation, storytelling, and acting to write and perform your own stand-up comedy routine or sketch show.
    Jane Mattingly
     
  • Crazy About Crochet

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Design and make a crocheted necklace and bracelet using silk cording and a variety of beads. Many colors will be available to spark your creativity.
    Sarah Abernathie
     
  • D.I.Y. Spa!

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Step into an aromatherapy oasis!  Learn how to use organic materials and natural ingredients like essential oils to create your own health, beauty, & spa products.  Make cool products like relaxing bath fizzies & bath salts, calming lavender sachets, cleansing face masks, moisturizing lip balms & body scrubs, decorative hand soaps, and more!
    materials fee: $15
    Ashley Cogbill
  • Digital Photo Adventure (3 periods)

    Grades 7-10
    Take an adventure around The city of Richmond with your digital camera. Students will be able to travel twice a week to a new location in the city and return to campus and edit their photography in the computer lab. Digital camera required, comfortable clothing, footwear, and a water bottle.
    Keith Browne
     
  • Dollhouse Decorators

    Grades 4-6, 7-10   New!
    Join us as we learn to create everything from flowers to furniture in miniature. Let your imagination be your guide. Create a mini model of your dream room or a flower garden. Everything's cuter in miniature!
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Drumming

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Create soundscapes of musical fun. Follow behind Robbie as he leads you to success in rhythm. Discover polyrhythms and syncopated beats and learn the skills and basic techniques of drumming and percussive music.
    Robbie Kinter
     
  • Drumming: Advanced (S2)

    Grades 7-10
    Are you a serious drum student? If you have taken drumming classes for at least two summers, then this class of more advanced and challenging drum techniques and methods can help make you a more accomplished drummer.
    Robbie Kinter
     
  • Embroidery & Cross Stitch

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Learn different stitches and techniques for creating designs in hand embroidery and cross stitch. Create a sampler  sachet and embellish keepsakes and make wearable art.
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Engineering Physics

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Physics is the study of forces and motion. Learn about gravity, friction, centrifugal force and rotational pull through hands-on experiences. Build bridges and test the load capacity. Engineer launchers and water rockets for flights up to 400 feet! You’ll soon see why physics is fun. Science Through the Eyes of a Child Class fee: $50
    David Polak
     
  • Fabric and Yarn Creations

    Grades 4-6, 7-10 New!
    Use printed and solid fabric to create paintings, pillows and placemats. Create your own combinations of color and print using iron-on fusible materials. Some basic sewing will be taught as well.
    Brigette Newberry
  • Fashion Institute-Fashion Runway

    Grades 7-10 New!
    Become a Brilliant Summer designers as you artistically alter garments to upcycle denim clothing and create a “Back to School with Style” collection. Add and subtract elements from existing garments to create 2018 new trend looks. Then, model your creations on the Brilliant Summer Runway.
    Mo Regulinski
     
  • Felting Frenzy

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Transform soft, colorful wool into beautiful sculptures, bags, phone cases and wall art. We'll use wet and needle felting techniques to make these bright textile artworks.
    Mae Berglas
     
  • Field Games

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Come play Ultimate Frisbee, Ultimate Football and capture the flag. Practice throwing and catching skills with the Frisbee and football, as well as learn offensive and defensive strategies. These fun, fast-paced games provide plenty of exercise.
    Meagan Edwards
     
  • Fun Fitness

    Grades 7-10
    Fitness is important and we’ll participate in a number of fun, challenging fitness activities and games both individually and in teams. This class will increase aerobic conditioning in a fun atmosphere.
    Meagan Edwards
     
  • Gone Fishin' (3 Periods)

    Grades 2-3, 4-8
    Explore the ecosystems of local freshwater ponds and the James River while fishing for bass, catfish, crappie and sunfish. Learn to tie knots, bait hooks and take fish o of hooks to release back into the water. Virginia Outside. Class Fee: $50
    Virginia Outside
     
  • Guitar: Intermediate

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Build on your previous guitar experience by learning new chords and songs. Examine the guitar’s role in popular music by listening and playing. Class fee: $25
    Rusty Farmer
     
  • Improv

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Spend this summer laughing while learning to think on your feet and say "Yes, And." We’ll work in an ensemble creating comic characters and stories on the fly, participating in well-known improv games like, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
    Jane Mattingly
     
     
  • Jewelry Design

    Grades 4-6, 7-10 New!
    Using techniques real jewelers use, we’ll make jewelry using wire, beads, chain, cord and findings. Make wearable art that sparkles! (Caution: your Mom will want to borrow your jewelry.)
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Knitting: Advanced

    Grades 7-10
    If you already know how to cast-on, knit and purl, then apply your skills to create a finished product. Learn to use double-pointed needles and knit socks in the round.  Class fee: $25
    Betsy Manson
  • Knitting: Intermediate

    Grades 5 – 10
    Master the basics of knitting, purling and putting together a finished product. Learn how to make a colorful sock monkey.
    Class fee: $25
    Betsy Manson
     
  • Lyrical Dance

    Grades 4-8
    Let the song’s lyrics inspire personal artistry and creativity. Dancers learn to tell the story of the music through their movements in this fusion of ballet and jazz.
    Victoria Seymour
     
  • Mash-up Book

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Part journal, part scrapbook- a mash-up book is all about you! Write, doodle, draw, design, color, and paste on the pages of your smash book. Get inspired with tons of examples or think of your own ideas—it's up to you! You don't need to be an artist or an author to enjoy making a mash-up book.
    Kimberlee Letourneau
     
  • Mosaic Madness

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Flowerpots, frames, birdhouses and more! An exciting class full of broken bits, glue, grout and gook.
    Sarah Abernathie
     
  • Ms. Mo’s Cooking Show

    Grades 7-10  New!
    Brilliant Meals - Learn to prepare and present an entire four-course meal one day at a time. Starters to dessert, budding chefs will prepare one course of a four-course meal each day. At the end of the week the class will upload their dynamic cooking creations to the Brilliant Summer Food Network. Experience Healthy Italian, American, and Tex-Mex cuisine.
    Mo Regulinski
     
  • Mythical Creatures' Habitats

    Grades: 2-3, 4-6, 7-10 New!
    Ever wanted to attract mythical creatures like garden fairies, gnomes, trolls, princesses, unicorns, mermaids, pirates, or dragons?  Now you can!  Build them a house or habitat using recycled cardboard, hot glue, and tons of natural materials & craft supplies.
    Class Fee: $15
    Ashley Cogbill
     
  • Nature Journaling

    Grades4-10 New!
    Sketch and explore the marvels of nature. Using nature journals and botanical illustration as references, we’ll spend the class drawing and writing outdoors. Learn to identify different plants and animals.
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Paint Like the Impressionists

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    “En plein air” is a French expression for painting out in the open and a popular method with the Impressionists. In this class, paint “en plein air” while learning about how the Impressionists used color to depict light, shadow and mood.
    Gina Wojtysiak
     
  • Paint Your Pet

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Bring a photo of your favorite pet and learn how to paint a colorful, lively acrylic portrait. Explore the process of gridding a photo and canvas, creating a composition and applying paint to produce a finished pet portrait.
    Dana Morris
     
  • Papermaking and Bookbinding

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Learn to make your own paper and use decorating techniques to design beautiful cards and silhouettes. We'll then practice a variety of styles for making books and fill them with unique art and stories.
    Mae Berglas
     
  • Photography II (2 Periods)

    Grades 7-10
    During this introduction to basic photography techniques, learn about 35mm controls, darkroom setup and how to print negatives onto black and white photographic paper. Experiment with toning images and other alternative printing processes. A 35mm camera is required. Class Fee: $15
    Keith Browne
     
  • Photojournalism

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Photograph, write, collect, edit and publish pictures and stories to report on Brilliant Summer’s news and events.
    Kimberlee Letourneau
  • Power Jump Rope

    Grades 5-6, 7-10
    Take a jump rope class that challenges your athletic ability. Focus on single-rope skills, double dutch, rapid fire games, partner tricks and gymnastics moves to develop intermediate and advanced jump rope skills. Previous jump rope experience recommended.
     
  • Printmaking - Advanced

    Grades 7-10
    Refresh and build upon your printmaking techniques. Create beautiful two- and three-color prints by experimenting with a variety of printmaking techniques including monotypes, linoleum cuts, collographs and more.Create a variety of unique prints such as card sets and illustrations.
    Dana Morris
     
  • River Rats (3 Periods)

    Grades 7–10
    Explore the James River Park System through
a variety of activities including climbing trees, fishing for giant catfish, swimming through rapids, paddling kayaks, rock climbing, hiking trails, snorkeling, tubing down the river and participate in a volunteer project. Learn to appreciate and enjoy the river safely. Class Fee: $65
    Lisa Foster
     
  • Self Defense

    Grades 7-10 New!
    Learn the foundations of personal awareness and self-defense training to give you the skills to navigate complicated situations while keeping yourself safe and calm.  This class will make you more aware, prepared, and ready for any situation.
    The Budo Center
     
  • Sound Editing

    Grades 7-10
    Create an environment of sound using a computer-based editing system. Learn to transfer analogue recordings to computer hard disk, then trim, layer and mix the results. By the end of this class you’ll have the information and the skills needed to start editing your own world of sounds.
    Robbie Kinter
     
  • Street Jazz

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    It’s a little bit of jazz, a little bit of hip-hop and a whole lotta fun! Come move, groove, shake and bounce in this high-energy dance class.
    Victoria Seymour
     
  • Strings Rock

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Think only guitarists can rock? Think again! Strings students will learn rock and popular songs. Open to students with at least one year of experience on their instrument: violin, viola, cello or bass.
    Sharla Gordon
     
  • Swimming: Advanced

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Want to become a competitive swimmer? Master the four competitive strokes and develop swimming endurance. Participate in a variety of relays and games and dive into the knowledge needed to be a junior lifeguard.
    Kemper Gibson and Madalyn Nuckols
     
  • Ukulele

    Grades 2-3, 4-6, 7-10
    Aloha! The ukulele is becoming one of today’s most popular instruments for all ages. It’s easy to carry and play. Learn to read tablature, chords and songs. No experience required. Class fee: $25
    Rusty Farmer
     
  • Volleyball

    Grades 4-6, 7-10
    Learn the rules and strategies of this popular sport. Through drills and games, learn to serve, pass, volley and block and set and smash the ball.
    Leslie O’Neal
     
  • Watercolor Techniques: Advanced

    Grade 7-10
    Learn traditional and experimental techniques and even a few “secret” techniques in this innovative class. You’ll soon be painting like a pro.
    Laura van Bylandt
  • Weaving: Intermediate

    Grades 4-6 and 7-10
    Come "warp" and "weft" again! If you already know a little about the weaving process let's continue with new projects, new ways to weave and additional weaving materials.
    Kitty Lane