Summer 2017


Innovative learning activities ... Challenging sports camps ... Exciting summer fun!


As summertime quickly approaches, we are excited to offer a variety of engaging camps for your child to experience!  Please select programs based on your child's grade for Fall 2017.  


Many camps are Monday-Friday, but some are Monday-Thursday or have other schedules.  
Registration may be closed when individual camps reach maximum capacity.  


Summer 2017 Registration Now OPEN!  Click here to register!



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Sports Camps


Boys & Girls Soccer Camp • 9am-noon • Grades K-8 • $150
Coach Nigel Boardman
Week 1: May 30-June 2 (Tues-Fri) • Week 2: June 12 - June 15 (Tues - Fri)
Learn fundamental skills through a series of progressive games and drills.  Younger students learn basic soccer skills using fun games such as "Battle Stations" and "Crab Army."

Boys & Girls Basketball Camp May 30-June 2 (Tues-Fri) • 9am-noon • Grades 6-12 • $150
Coach Scott Robinson
Learn fundamentals with competitive drills, games, and lessons to improve skill.


Cheerleading Camp June 5-9 • 9am-3pm • Grades 2-5 • $150
Coach Tricia Dugger
Learn cheer fundamentals!  Coach Tricia Dugger & the ASA Varsity Cheerleaders will teach technique, cheers, basic stunts, proper safety, and more!  Parents are welcome to watch the last-day performance.

High School Football Camp & 7on7 Tournament* • July 17-22 • 9am-noon + tournament •
Grades 6-12 • $150
Coach Rob Hollway
No-contact, non-padded camp.  Players will focus on offense, defense, and special teams fundamentals.  Daily emphasis on basic skills, passing drills, lineman challenges, skills contests, and awards ceremony.  Players will be placed on age-appropriate teams.  Regular camp followed by 7om7 tournament. *Campers must be fully enrolled students at All Saints Academy to participate in the 7on7 tournament.

Boys Lacrosse Camp • July 24-27 • 9am-noon • Grades K-12 • $150
Coach Ray Ryan
Beginners and experienced players will build fundamental skills while developing knowledge on strategy and the game.  Advanced players will be challenged to perform skills at speed and encouraged to develop game reading ability while playing at a high level.  If you need gear, please contact Coach Ray Ryan before camp begins.

Volleyball Camp June 12-15 • 4-6pm • Grades 5-12 • $100

Enjoy time this summer working with Coach Dayna Sechrest to improve your game.

Click here to register for Summer 2017!



Recreation & Instructional Camps

Video Game Design June 5-9 • 9am-noon • Grades 6-8 • $125
Mrs. Kelly McNeil
Explore video game genres and creation to design and develop your own video game.

STEAM Fun! June 19-23 • 9am-noon • Grades 6-8 • $150
Mrs. Kelly McNeil
Enjoy a project-based camp celebrating Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) where you will make and explore Magnetic Slime, Protractor Art, Paper Circuits, Doodle Bots, Engineering Design Process with Candy Catapults, and more!

Drama Camp June 5-8; June 12-15 • noon-3pm • Rising Grades 4-9 • $300
Ms. Elizabeth Burton
In two short weeks, young actors will produce excerpts from a musical play.  Singing, dancing, and acting are all part of this fun and exciting camp.


Gearing Up for Middle School • July 24-28 • 12:30-3:30pm • Rising Grade 6 • $150
Mrs. Mary Ann Luciano
Learn about the rigors of Middle School curriculum, schedule, and expectations.  Campers will practice note-taking, time management, test-taking strategies, and will familiarize themselves with the ASA campus.


Young Explorers Camp • 9am-3pm • Rising PreSchool 3, PreK, & Kindergarten* • $200/week
Mrs. Kristie Sumner
Week 1: June 5-9 (FULL) • Week 2: June 12-16 (FULL) • Week 3: June 19-23 (FULL) • Week 4: June 26-June 30 (FULL)
Campers will enjoy arts, crafts, dramatic play, story time, music & movement, cooking, and more all centered on weekly themes.  *All campers must be potty trained.  Please provide a complete change of clothes and resting things.


Camp READY! • 9am-12pm • Rising PreK & Kindergarten
Register via Learning Resource Center
Week 1: July 5-7  Week 2: July 10-14 • Week 3: July 17-21 • Week 4: July 24-28
Campers will experience an award-winning, engaging camp with interactive centers for rising PreK and Kindergarten students OR for those students needing additional Kindergarten-Ready experiences.


Camp Discovery • 9am-3pm • Grades 1-5 • $200/week
Learning Resource Center
Week 1: June 5-9 • CSI at ASA - A Who Done It Workshop
Week 2: June 12-16Robotics & Engineering - Explore, Program, and Design(CANCELED)
Week 3: June 19-23 • Earth, Our Home - The Planet and Our Space Neighbors
Week 4: June 26 - 30 • Whiz, Bang, and Buzz - Energy, Mass, and Motion
Examine, travel, inquire, and search the world around us in exciting week-long adventures using critical thinking, reading, writing, and math skills.

Engineering for Kids • 8am-5pm • Grades 1-5 • $139/week half-days • $225/week full-days
Engineering for Kids
Week 1: July 10-14 • Morning - The Amazing Race • Afternoon - MinecraftEdu: Engineering

    • The Amazing Race - 111 years ago airplanes had not even made their first flight, yet today we can fly to the other side of the world in a few hours! It is thanks to advances in technology that we are able to explore so much of the world. Over the next five days teams will have to work together to see who is able to travel the farthest around the world. This trek around the world will require students to design their very own boat, plane, and even a rocket!
    • MinecraftEDU: Engineering With Redstone - MinecraftEDU is an expansive game that lets players design and create unique worlds with amazing structures. One of the more complicated aspects of MinecraftEDU is Redstone, which is MinecraftEDU’s version of electrical circuitry. This class will introduce students to the many uses of Redstone through a Medieval themed adventure of creation, exploration, and castle besieging, with students making mine cart tracks to help them gather resources, working together to build their kingdom, and designing traps to defend their castle, all with the use of Redstone.

Week 2: July 17-21 • Morning - Engineer Olympiad • Afternoon - Robotics: Olympics Games

    • Engineer Olympiad - Who has the strength to be a world-class athlete? In this five-day camp, students will separate into counties and will compete against opposing counties in various tests of mental and creative strength. The students will earn “medals” throughout the week and will endeavor to become the next great team of Olympians.During this Engineering Olympiad camp, students will explore the fields of mechanical engineering, marine engineering, electrical engineering, and civil engineering as they participate in various challenges to strengthen their minds.
    • Robotics: Olympics Games - Olympics curriculum will introduce students to the concepts of building and programming robots in a competitive and fun way. Students will be introduced to program and use robots to do different sports like basketball, hockey, tug of war, racing and wrestling.

Week 3 - July 24-28 • Morning - Wreck It Week • Afternoon - Electronic Game Design

    • Wreck It Week - Smash! Crash! BOOM! Students in this camp will join Wrecking Companies for the week and will attempt to work their way up the ranks of their company from Intern to President. They will compete against other wrecking companies in various engineering-related challenges, such as building a bridge from balsa-wood and constructing safety mechanisms to protect a raw egg from impact. Put on your hard hats and safety goggles and join the fun! During Wreck-It Week, students will explore four fields of engineering: mechanical, civil, aerospace, and industrial as they design and construct a variety of projects that will then be used in a wrecking scenario.
    • Electronic Game Design - Platform Games: Alien Invasion! - Video games are everywhere and in almost every form you can imagine. In the Electronic Game Design: Invader Defense class, we will create our own version of an invader defense game where we will defend against an invasion. We will use the Engineering Design Process to create a storyboard to outline the rules of play and characters for our game. Then, we will use Clickteam Fusion 2.5® to bring our storyboard to life with programming. At the end of the class, everyone takes home a working Windows-compatible game (Clickteam Fusion 2.5® does not support Mac or Android operating systems).


Click here to register for Summer 2017!


Registration may be closed when individual camps reach maximum capacity. All Saints Academy reserves the right to cancel any camp session that fails to meet minimum attendance requirements.

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