Summer I.D.E.A.S. Grades 5-12

Rising fourth through twelfth graders can experience a number of weekly 45-minute classes to review or advance their math, reading, or world language skills. They can also enjoy a variety of enrichment classes to learn new art skills, further develop their acting skills or gain more experience with coding, gaming and robotics

Click on a week below to see available courses and schedules. Course descriptions and other information can be found below. Visit our registration page to sign up today!

Weekly Course Schedules

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • Week 1: June 21 to 25

    Week 1Grades 5 and 6Grades 7 to 9Upper School
    9 to 10:25 a.m.All About The BrainWriting with a Digital TwistACT/SAT Writing Prep
    BikingBiking
    Brush ArtKnitting
    Board Games3D Printing
    LEGO Robotics
    10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.Heroes, Antiheroes, and VilliansSpark Fun with ArduinoSAT/ACT Prep
    Games Around the WorldDIY Crafts
    Classic Board and Card GamesClassic Board and Card Games
    Jewelry MakingInterior Design
    3D PrintingGeocaching
    12:30 to 1:55 p.m.Global Myths and LegendsPre-Algebra
    Beginner TennisBeginner Tennis
    Escape RoomsCooking Around The World
    RocketryCAD
    Fashion DesignFashion Design
    2 to 3:30 p.m.Writing with a Digital TwistAlgebra 1
    Girls BasketballGirls Basketball
    Intermediate/Advanced TennisIntermediate/Advanced Tennis
    Cooking Around The WorldDisc Golf
    RoboticsRobotics
  • Week 2: June 28 to July 2

    Week 2Grades 5 and 6Grades 7 to 9Upper School
    9 to 10:25 a.m.Learning Math Through GamesCritical Thinking
    BikingBiking
    All Rise: Bread is in SessionFun with Science
    Papier-mâchéKnitting
    MakeyMakeyRobotics
    10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.BasketballPower of WordsSAT/ACT Prep
    Jewelry MakingPapier-mâché
    WoodworkingAll Rise: Bread is in Session
    MakerspaceAlgebra 2 (Grades 8-10)
    Fun with ScienceCAD
    12:30 to 1:55 p.m.RocketryCreative WritingACT/SAT Math Extended Prep (Grades 10-12)
    Beginner TennisBeginner Tennis
    Escape RoomsDrawing and Painting
    Cakes, Cupcakes, and Cookies3D Printing
    2 to 3:30 p.m.Creative Writing RoundtableDisc Golf
    VolleyballVolleyball
    Intermediate/Advanced TennisIntermediate/Advanced Tennis
    Drawing and PaintingCakes, Cupcakes, and Cookies
    CodingCoding
  • Week 3: July 6 to 9

    Week 3Grades 5 and 6Grades 7 to 9Upper School
    9 to 10:25 a.m.Book ClubRunning ClubACT/SAT Verbal Prep
    LEGO: Past and PresentArt Journaling
    Games Around the GlobeGames Around the Globe
    MakeyMakeyCoding
    Running Club
    10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.Heroes, Antiheroes, and VilliansHeroes, Antiheroes, and Villians
    Sport-A-DayWacky Olympics
    Gooey ScienceOpen Art Studio
    MakerspaceCAD
    12:30 to 1:55 p.m.All About the BrainPre-Algebra
    Beginner TennisBeginner Tennis
    World of Harry PotterWorld of Harry Potter
    Cooking Across AmericaCoding
    Art Journaling
    2 to 3:30 p.m.Creative WritingAlgebra 1
    Intermediate/Advanced TennisIntermediate/Advanced Tennis
    Star Wars: May the Force Be with YouCooking Across America
    Open Art StudioOpen Art Studio
  • Week 4: July 12 to 16

    Week 4Grades 5 and 5Grades 7 to 9Upper School
    9 to 10:25 a.m.Book ClubFailing ForwardACT/SAT Math Prep
    Science of SoundFlag Football
    Breakfast BitesDebate (Grades 6-9)
    Brush ArtCoding
    10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.Globe TrottingPower of WordsAlgebra 2 (Grades 8-10)
    Ice Skating and GamesIce Skating and GamesSAT/ACT Prep
    Gooey ScienceInterior DesignDebate (Grades 8-12)
    Science of the LaunchBreakfast Bites
    Robotics
    12:30 to 1:55 p.m.STEAM CampGolf (Grades 6-9)
    Beginner TennisBeginner Tennis
    Pizza PizzazCreative Writing Roundtable
    Science of SoundCAD
    Fashion DesignFashion Design
    2 to 3:30 p.m.STEAM CampDrawing and PaintingGolf
    Intermediate/Advanced TennisIntermediate/Advanced Tennis
    Classic Board GamesPizza Pizzaz
    Science of the LaunchScience of the Launch
  • Week 5: July 19 to 23

    Week 5Grades 5 and 6Grades 7 to 9Upper School
    9 to 10:25 a.m.Games Around the GlobeGames Around the Globe
    Fun with SciencePapier-mâcheé
    MakeyMakeyGame Design
    Intro to ActingIntro to Acting
    Advanced Reading Skills
    10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.Game DesignRobotics
    Papier-mâchéCritical Thinking
    MakerspaceLEGO: Past and Present
    Intro to Acting: First Stage (Grades 5 to 8)Intro to Acting: First Stage (Grades 5 to 8)
    Fantasy Baseball
    12:30 to 1:55 p.m.Beginner TennisExperiment Design
    Chess ScholarsBeginner Tennis
    Drawing and PaintingCakes, Cupcakes, and Cookies
    Wacky OlympicsRobotics
    Pre-Algebra Review
    2 to 3:30 p.m.Science of SoundScience of Sound
    Intermediate/Advanced TennisIntermediate/Advanced Tennis
    Cakes, Cupcakes, and CookiesChess Scholars
    Wacky OlympicsAlgebra 1 Survey
    Drawing and Painting
  • Week 6: July 26 to 30

    Week 6Grades 5 and 6Grades 7 to 9Upper School
    9 to 10:25 a.m.Yard GamesAlgebra 1
    Science of the LaunchCreative Writing
    KnittingArt Journaling
    Math ReviewBreakfast Bites
    Robotics
    10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.Creative WritingPre-AlgebraSAT/ACT Prep
    Breakfast BitesGame Design
    Brush ArtJewelry Making
    Team Sports and Games3D Printing
    Math Review
    12:30 to 1:55 p.m.CodingExperiment Design
    Beginner TennisBeginner Tennis
    Food of the OlympicsChess Scholars
    All About the BrainOpen Art Studio
    2 to 3:30 p.m.Open Art StudioOpen Art Studio
    3D PrintingScience of Sound
    Intermediate/Advanced TennisIntermediate/Advanced Tennis
    Classic Board and Card GamesFood of the Olympics
    Chess Scholars

Course Descriptions

List of 88 frequently asked questions.

  • 3D Printing

    Learn and experience the technology that makes 3D printing possible. Use computer-aided design software and learn the many applications of 3D printing in our world today.
  • ACT/SAT Math Extended

    Prepare for the math section of the ACT/SAT with a comprehensive review of the concepts and test-taking strategies needed for success. This session is for students who would like an in-depth review. Students will have opportunities to work at their own pace and can also conference individually with the instructor. Students must bring their own graphing calculator.
  • ACT/SAT Verbal Prep

    Stretch your verbal skills. Prepare for the ACT and SAT verbal tests as well as your English course assignments. Strengthen your vocabulary through enriching and enjoyable word studies. Use games and strategies to learn root words, suffixes, and prefixes.
  • ACT/SAT Writing Prep

    Focus on the writing sections of the ACT and SAT. Learn how to plan and organize your impromptu or argumentative essays as well as what traps to avoid. Become familiar with the qualities scorers use when evaluating essays.
  • Advanced Reading Skills

    Practice the skills you need to handle advanced reading.
  • All About the Brain

    We'll take a deep dive into the mystery that is the human brain. Learn interesting facts and a bit of anatomy, as well as how to get a great brain workout!
  • All Rise: Bread is in Session

    Bread can be finicky, but once you have your kitchen skills set, you won't knead to worry!
  • Algebra 1 Survey

    Reinforce and solidify what you learned in Algebra I and gain an introduction of concepts that will be introduced in Algebra II: matrices, logarithms, and trigonometry, etc.. Bring a calculator.
  • Algebra 2 Survey

    Review and solidify skills and concepts you studied in Algebra II. You will work collaboratively and independently on matrices, logarithms, and trigonometry and increasing complex problems. Bring a calculator.
  • Art Journaling

    Use paper making techniques to make your own sketchbook, then learn how to reflect on your art. Learn or practice new techniques in drawing, collage, painting, printmaking, and more.
  • Baby Sitting Skills

    Prepare yourself to take care of children and recognize and respond to dangerous situations. Take the Red Cross babysitting course and earn your babysitting certification. The fee includes Red Cross materials and supplies.
  • Basketball

    Purely recreational basketball play and will include games and drills. If there is something you want to work on, Coach Baker can help. This is a class for all  ability levels.
  • Biking

    Learn the basics of bike maintenance and how to ride safely on the roadways. Students will ride to various locations near the school. Students must know how to ride a bike safely and need to bring a helmet. Students are encouraged to bring their own bikes, but there will be some bikes available at the school.
  • Book Club

    Do you enjoy book clubs? If so, this is the workshop for you! Read, discuss, and learn from each other. Let’s celebrate reading and enjoy great books together.
  • Breakfast Bites

    Learn to make a variety of breakfast foods such as omelets, pancakes supreme and biscuits and gravy. Master preparation and cooking techniques that will help with any dish you prepare.
  • Brush Art

    Experiment with multiple media and discover how you can make lovely paintings that sweep across the paper. Brush-up on your painting techniques and develop your skills.
  • CAD

    Learn and practice the basic skills of Computer-Aided Design (CAD). Use professional software from Autodesk to design and manufacture real-world functional rapid prototypes based on your own ideas.
  • Cakes, Cupcakes, and Cookies

    Bake cookies, brownies, cakes, and cupcakes. Learn baking techniques and try your hand at decorating your cupcakes and cakes! (Returning participants will find some new treats!)
  • Chess Scholars

    Learn the basics of chess and fundamental tactics, including combinations of moves that lead to gain or checkmate. Combine skills instruction with plenty of opportunity to practice and ask questions as you challenge yourself and your opponents.
  • Classic Card and Board Games

    Do you love to play board games? Are you always the banker in Monopoly? The clue reader in Trivial Pursuit? The buzzer-pusher in Taboo? Well, you've found your people! Join friends old and new when you choose from a variety of board games to play. Learn strategies, play familiar and new games, and even make your own game to add to your collection.
  • Coding

    Learn and practice the basic skills of computer programming. Use modern programming languages (Sketch, Java, Python, etc.) to complete various programming tasks.
  • Cooking Across America

    Experiment with cuisines from different regions across the USA. Try new tastes, and learn about different styles of cooking. Enjoy regional favorites you can share with your family and friends.
  • Cooking Around the World

    Experiment with cuisines from different countries. Try new tastes. Learn about different styles of cooking. You might prepare dishes from Japan, Brazil, Italy, Germany, and South America. Let your taste buds and interests help plan what your palette will enjoy. Try it……you’ll like it!
  • Comic Book Creator

    Do you like drawing? Do you like to write? Learn about cartoons, characters, and more as you write your own silly comics.
  • CPR, AED, and First Aid Training

    Earn your Red Cross certification as you learn about and practice basic first aid and dealing with what could be heart, breathing, and seizure emergencies. Be prepared to act safely and effectively.
  • Creative Writing

    Experiment with many forms of writing: poetry, short stories, plays and more. The choice is up to you in this creative writing workshop.
  • Creative Writing Roundtable

    This creative writing class is for students who love to write and want to advance their skills, share their pieces, learn from and be inspired by one another.
  • Critical Thinking

    Develop critical and creative thinking skills, two skills necessary in a knowledge-based economy and learn ways to analyze topics and concepts from fairy tales to advertisements and everything in between.
  • Debate

    Argue the pros and cons of issues that interest you. Learn how to think through an issue logically and to use words and body language to win an argument and defend a position. Practice the art of remining composed and relaxed in front of an audience. These skills will serve you well!
  • DIY Crafts

    It’s time to break out the hot glue, fabric, string and paint. This week you’ll have the opportunity to create some of your favorite craft projects, straight from Pinterest!
  • Disc Golf

    Explore the fields and trails of our campus during your time playing disc golf. Take on the course in a small group that allows for healthy competition, building skill, and having fun!
  • Drawing and Painting

    With a variety of media, practice contour art techniques for drawing real life objects. Learn skills and tips for bringing your drawing and painting to life.
  • Escape Room Challenges

    Can you solve the crime? Crack the code and catch the thief! Make it out on time! Try your hand at various Escape Room games, and hone your skills of observation, logic, reasoning, and puzzle solving. Work in small groups to find clues, solve riddles, and crack codes, all while racing against the clock.
  • Experiment Design

    How can scientists use experiments to better understand the complex universe we live in? Join us as we take a look at designing experiments and execute our own scientific investigation.
  • Failing Forward

    Most every successful professional will tell you that one needs a growth mindset and to embrace and learn from one's failures. Students in this class will embrace new challenges and also learn to reflect on one's mistakes.
  • Fantasy Baseball

    Draft your own team of big league baseball players. Manage your team over the course of a two-week season. Make trades, acquire free agents, and play the roles of owner, general manager, and manager of your team.
  • Fashion Design

    Work with a 3-dimensional mannequin and develop a line of fashion designs based on a theme. Explore elements of fashion design such as proportion, texture, visual weight, line, and color.
  • Fishing Camp

    Enjoy this introduction to fishing class. Learn how to identify species of fish, cast, apply bait, and reel in the big one! Take daily trips on our USM buses to local fishing holes. Bring your own fishing pole, hooks, bobbers, and sunscreen (we'll provide the bait).
  • Flag Football

    Improve basic football skills: catching, passing, punting, and kicking. Work on pass patterns and defensive play. Use your skills in flag football games.
  • Food of the Olympics

    Japan will host the Olympic Games later this summer. Join your chef on a tour of Japan...traveling with only your taste buds!
  • Fun with Science

    Science is everywhere, from magnets to solar power to what's growing in your refrigerator! Share new experiences as you enter this fascinating world of everyday science you've never considered. If you like to learn by doing, this class is for you.
  • Game Design

    What makes a game fun? A lot of the games we play have a quite a few things in common! We will take a look at some of our favorite games and design a brand-new game.
  • Games Around the World

    Travel to Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia, North and South America exploring games and sports from different cultures. Focus on both active games like tchoukball from Switzerland, cricket from Great Britain, and pateca from Brazil, as well as strategy games and activities. USM World Geography teacher Will Piper is back to lead this popular summer course.
  • Geocaching

    Spend time exploring while hunting for hidden objects on our campus. Geocaches can be inside, outside, the size of a backpack or the size of a pen cap. Some are covered by brush, and others are in plain sight. Can you find them all?
  • Girls Basketball

    Develop your shooting, ball-handling, and finishing moves through competitive drills. This camp is designed for the athlete who wants to become a more complete basketball player. Plan to work hard, compete, and improve your game!
  • Global Myths and Legends

    Myths are stories and legends told by humans throughout the ages to explain the universe and their place in it. See how similar themes span the millennia from oral traditions to contemporary society. Expand your understanding of today by looking at yesterday.
  • Globetrotting

    This week, work together to discover cultures from other countries. We’ll explore food, art, languages, and traditions. This class will leave you inspired to learn more about the world around you!
  • Golfing the Greens

    Travel to par 3 courses around Milwaukee's north shore and play nine holes a day. Challenge yourself, improve your short game, gain an appreciation of the game of golf, and have fun! Guidance will be provided, but students will also have time to work independently. Fee includes greens fees and transportation. Overnight golf club storage is available.
  • Gooey Science

    Try your hand at gooey science: chemical reactions, amazing bubbles experiments and more. Our philosophy is, the messier the better!
  • Heroes, Antiheroes, and Villians

    What makes a hero (yesterday, today, and tomorrow) and why do they matter? Many people are under the false impression that heroes are boring because they are perfect. Most heroes actually were flawed people who had the strength and courage to sacrifice themselves for a higher cause. Villains and antiheroes are great, but what does a society lose when it no longer values heroes? Different heroes are needed at different times in history. We will examine these trends with the hopes of inspiring the hero within all of us.
  • Ice Skating and Games

    Beginner, advanced, or expert - it matters not. Lace up your skates and hop on the ice where pros will meet you where you are, and get you where you want to go. We'll also make time to play some broom ball and ice soccer! All levels welcome. If you have never laced up skates, or you skate weekly, this opportunity is for you.
  • Interior Design

    Learn the principles of interior design to create an interior space concept, with attention to harmony, balance, texture, contrast, focal point, and unity. Select finishes, textures, and complementary colors in your room designs.
  • Intro to Acting

    Young performers will further develop beginning acting skills as they pull inspiration from stories and use improvisation techniques to create your own characters and adventures.
  • Jewelry Making

    With wire, beads, and other items, fashion jewelry that you will be proud to wear and give as a gift. Make bracelets, necklaces, pins, and earrings. Learn a variety of techniques so you can continue creating long after the course is complete.
  • Knitting

    Learn the “bear necessities” of knitting: cast on, knit, purl, decrease, increase, and bind off. Make a hat, scarf, sweater, and more for a 12” bear (supplied). More advanced students may try other projects and learn new techniques. Return knitters are always welcome!
  • Learning Math Through Games

    Playing games encourages strategic mathematical thinking as students discover different strategies for solving problems ,deepen their understanding of numbers, and increase computational fluency. In this class, students will have the chance to review core mathematical concepts through interactive, exciting games.
  • LEGO: Past and Present

    Build, rebuild, test, build again. Open LEGO studio, as well as guided activities make this course a must for anyone interested in LEGO, whether a beginner, or a seasoned veteran. Enjoy this hands-on physical science workshop. Build motorized cars and machines with the LEGO ® Dacta II kits while exploring the workings of gear ratios, differential gears, pulleys, and more. Test your creations for strength, durability, and speed.
  • LEGO Robotics

    Construct a LEGO® Mindstorms bot and program it to overcome challenges. Participants will need a computer or iPad to program and to access various building instructions. We will use the First LEGO® League competition mats as well as other small obstacles. Bots are programmed using block coding for basic movements as well as the use of sensors. Numerous paths and various codes can lead to success. At the end of the session, we will hold a mock FLL competition to highlight accomplishments and have some fun. Nicola DeTorre, 8th grade USM science faculty and LEGO® Robotics Team coach.
  • Little Chefs

    For your budding sous-chef! This extended time class is an opportunity for participants to learn food prep techniques in the kitchen. Safety, cleanliness, and healthful choices will be the primary areas of focus as kids prepare delicious meals they can replicate at home.
  • Maker Space

    During our MakerSpace class you will have the opportunity to work with different materials such as acrylic, wood and vinyl. In addition, we will work with our 3D printers in our MakerSpace lab, Nerdvana. We will make useful items that you will be able to take home when our class is over.
  • MakeyMakey

    Have you ever wanted to turn a piece of fruit in to a musical instrument? With MakeyMakey, you can do just that and in this course you will learn how. Along with MakeyMakey you will have the ability to create a game that you and a partner will be able to code, build and play using a small computer board called a Micro:bit. Please bring your creativity and an open mind!
  • Math Review

    Work on numeracy skills as we review addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers and fractions. We'll spend time reviewing decimals, word problems and many of the topics covered in 5th and 6th grade math. 
  • Open Art Studio

    Draw, paint, or sculpt. Select your medium and immerse yourself in your art. Take advantage of a little guidance from the instructor who will be there to support your exploration and creativity. Choose your focus: multi-media or drawing.
  • Papier-Mâché

    Create sculptures, bowls, and even jewelry with the simple art materials of paper and paste.
  • Pizza Pizzazz

    There's a lot more to pizza than cheese, sauce and crust! Experiment with veggie-based crusts, new cheeses and cooking techniques.
  • Power of Words

    Strengthen your vocabulary and remember, learning new words does not have to be boring. Play fun, interactive word games to expand your use of powerful new words. Improve your reading, writing, speaking, and understanding.
  • Pre-Algebra Review

    Solidify the basic pre-algebra skills required for success in algebra. Work with positive and negative integers. exponents, fractions, decimals, per cents, and more. Master basic equations, ordered pairs and graphing.
  • RC Builder's Workshop

    This immersive course brought to us by the Menomonee Flying Electrons is designed for anyone age 11 and up. Students learn how to construct a basic RC model aircraft using only a matte knife, metal straight edge and a craft hot-melt glue gun.
  • Robotics

    Learn the basic skills of robot design, construction, and programming. Design and program your robot to complete basic robotic challenges in a quick and efficient manner to win various robot competitions.
  • Rocketry

    Find out about the aerodynamics of flying objects, make chemical rockets, launch real rockets, and more. This will be a blast! Fee includes three engines (for three launches) and a rocket kit.
  • Running Club

    Join USM track and field and cross-country coach Jennifer Lee for as you explore the trails and track on the USM campus while improving your running and general fitness. Whether you are new to the sport or have found a niche in running, find your stride in the running club!
  • Sailing with the Milwaukee Community Sailing Center

    MCSC’s nationally recognized “Prams in the Park” program introduces sailing and water safety to children in the Discovery World lagoon. Students learn water safety‚ rigging‚ sail theory‚ basic maneuvers and practice a capsize recovery drill under the watchful supervision of MCSC instructors. Students are required to have passed a 25-yard swim check in order to participate. Permission and medical forms will be required. Students will depart by bus from USM promptly at 8:15 a.m. daily. These popular, hands-on courses introduce the basics of sailing and water safety. Students learn and practice tacking, jibing, docking and sail theory. Rules of the Road, capsize drills and crew overboard skills are also covered. Instructors sail with students in introductory courses for added safety and individualized instruction. Students must have a certified swim-check of 75 yards on file before being able to participate. Permission and medical forms will be required. Students will depart by bus from USM promptly at 8:15 a.m. daily.
  • SAT/ACT Prep

    Gain direct experience with all four multiple-choice sections on the ACT. Become familiar with the types of questions you will encounter as well as learn a variety of strategies to attack these questions. Fred Silver has designed this in-depth workshop based on 20+ years of experience successfully preparing students to take the ACT.
  • Science of Sound

    Join us as we investigate how sound is made, how sound moves, and how humans hear sound. We will use this knowledge to design and build our own musical instruments.
  • Science of the Launch

    What’s the best way to get a water balloon to hit a target far away? We will investigate different machines that can launch water balloons way better than human arms. Join us as we build catapults, slingshots, and more!
  • Spark Fun with Arduino

    Begin your journey into electronics with the SparkFun Inventor’s Kit. Each participant will use a kit with a circuit board to connect to his/her own computer (USB connection and downloading capabilities* are necessary). The kit will explore experiments of varying difficulty to teach about embedded systems, physical computing, programming, and more! Participants will work to assemble 16 basic physical electronic circuits. No previous experience is needed!
  • Sport-A-Day

    Join USM physical education teacher, and track and cross-country coach, Jennifer Lee for a week of sporting fun. Traditional sports and games, as well as some you may have not tried before will have you enjoying every minute of this class. All ability levels welcome.
  • Star Wars: May the Force Be With You

    Calling all young Padowans: Join Jedi Master Piper on a journey throughout the Star Wars universe connecting Star Wars themed topics to educational technology and innovation.
  • STEAM Camp

    STEAM activities encourage problem-solving as a team, critical thinking, risk-taking and perseverance through project-based learning. Work with friends to take on exciting challenges rooted in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.
  • Team Sports and Games

    If you're looking for some active fun, this class is for you. We'll play a variety of games based on cooperation and sportsmanship. This is a recreational class filled with friendly, team-based, competitions.  
  • Tennis of Beginners

    Small group sessions offer the chance to develop sound skills, instruction, and playing opportunities for beginners. You will learn the game and develop skills you can use to keep active.
  • Tennis for Intermediate/Advanced Players

    Small group sessions focused on intermediate and advanced skills tennis. You will learn additional skills and fine-tune your competitive edge.
  • Volleyball

    This camp will help establish and build upon critical skills for a successful season. Drills and small-sided games will help emphasize offensive and defensive strategies.
  • Wacky Olympics

    Maybe you're not headed to Tokyo for the summer games, but in this class, you'll compete with other world-class athletes in the silliest games you can think of.
  • Woodworking

    Learn basic techniques for hand carving, as well as how to put other tools in our makerspace to use. Projects will be guided by the instructor, but you'll also have a chance to explore your own ideas.
  • World of Harry Potter

    Join Harry Potter and the Hogwarts crew in fun and magical adventures. Make your own custom wands, write spells, create and battle fantastic beasts, make “moving pictures,” try your hand at quidditch, and much more.
  • Writing with a Digital Twist

    Explore ways that writing and technology can go together! Expository and creative writing and technology are merged together in this workshop that will stretch your imagination and allow you to both write and create mixed-media projects. Create poems with PicCollage, use StoryJumper to write your own tales in various genres, design your own product to help in the future and create an advertisement for your product. The possibilities are endless!
  • Yardgames

    Prepare to be the champ at the next family picnic. We'll play ladder golf, corn hole, badminton, washer toss and more.
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