Duke School Summer Camp 2020

Week 7, July 27-31


Camp Discovery: Under the Sea
Ages 4-5
Join us for a week filled with water and sea creatures. We’ll dip in the pools each day, create amazing pictures with sand, and learn all about sea turtles, whales, and other sea inhabitants. So wear your bathing suits and bring an extra set of clothes to change into and beat the heat of summer.
Director: Amanda Sublett

Sports Variety
Ages 6-9
Get in the game! Sports Variety camp offers an assortment of positive sports experiences for your child while also emphasizing good sportsmanship, developing good character, the value of regular exercise, and the importance of working together as a team. Campers will venture off campus for some more adventures that may include trips to Jordan Lake, bowling, Triangle Sportsplex, and others. Campers will have a memorable week both indoors and out!
Crafts and Cakes
Ages 6-9
Baking cookies, cakes, and anything sweet in the morning and crafting in the afternoon. Crafts will include painting, nature activities, and growing plants in our own room. Join Crafts and Cakes for a full day of treats and creativity. 
Young Explorers: Nature, Art, and Cooking
Ages 6-9
Here’s your chance to take walks in the woods, play in the creek, make nature-inspired art, and prepare different foods! Campers will learn how to prepare foods from guacamole to pasta, to cookies, and have fun eating them for snack. Additionally, we will create paper mache animals and other art projects. This is a great camp for creative, adventurous, and outdoor-loving young people. Remember to bring extra shoes that you can walk in the creek with!

Virtual Reality 3D Game Design
Ages 10-15
Campers build amazing Virtual Reality compatible 3D video games using the Unity 3D platform, a widely used pro game making tool, as they learn to code their games using real code. Then their games turn to life, as campers dive inside Virtual Reality to explore their games first hand in a virtual environment that they created themselves!
Offered in Cooperation with CodeREV

Middle School Study Skills Referesher Camp
Ages 9-15
Campers will do a variety of activities, games, exploration, and learning that will orient them and introduce (or re-introduce) them to middle school academics, organizational systems, research, and the importance of grit and keeping a positive attitude and outlook. Focuses include what they don’t know yet (if they’re rising fifth, such as topics they may have touched upon in fourth but are not yet fluent with, like the decimal system and working with decimals) and what they do or should know (nuts & bolts academics - grammar, reading comprehension, research, and math facts and fluency). There will also be time allotted for regular camp things, games, outdoor time, snacks, etc., in order to break up the monotony and keep the day fun and exciting for all campers.
Director: Mike Szott
 3716 Erwin Road, Durham, NC 27705  
Ph:(919) 493-1827 • Fax: (919) 419-1185
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