Randolph Summer Camps include Jedi and Wizard Training
With 35 camps to choose from, how can you NOT find something awesome your kiddo will enjoy during the school break? From Harry Potter to Jedi Training Academy, music to athletic camps, drama to play writing – Randolph’s Summer Programs are rich in variety. You can get the whole menu of camps and ages here.
We learned more about this year’s camp offerings at Randolph, and how they are open to kids all over Madison County, NOT just Randolph students!
Grades/Ages of Campers: Rising K-8th graders
Counselor/Camper Ratio: 1:12
2016 Camp Dates: June 6 – July 1
Cost: $100-295 per camp – see website for individual camps and pricing
Religious affiliation: None
Is lunch or snacks provided if a day camp?
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer lunch during the camp day. Lunches should be brought by the students from home and parents are certainly welcome to bring lunch and dine with their child. Some camps may offer snacks as part of the camp.
What is your camp’s predominant mission/philosophy?
Learning should be fun and engaging. Our multi-level, multi-dimensional approach is designed to reach each age group at varying levels of skill. We know that the children who attend will have different gifts and different ways of expressing themselves. This diversity of talents will be accommodated so that each child can enjoy their summer experience.
What sets your camp apart from other area programs?
Our camps are led by Randolph’s teachers, staff and coaches who are highly qualified in both their subject areas and their skills working with young people. We offer a wide variety of camps that will not only strengthen academic acumen, but inspire creativity and innovation. Our program will expose children to challenging academics, arts, and athletic programs in ways that excite the imagination.
What activity opportunities exist for your campers?
Your child will participate in an interactive environment that challenges them to apply their learning to an activity that involves critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity. Sports camps teach both skill development and sportsmanship.
What advice do you have for parents looking for a camp for their child(ren)?
Summer is a great time to explore – find mix of activities that extend interests and explore new ones. Try to create balance between the challenge of learning something new and doing something you love.
Describe your application process.
The Randolph Summer Program is offered to any student interested in academic enrichment, extraordinary opportunities, and just plain fun! Classes are taught by Randolph faculty, staff, and coaches. All camps are open to the general public. You do not need to be a Randolph student to attend. A simple online application can be found on Randolph’s website.
Randolph Summer Camp Details
Location: 1005 Drake Avenue SE, Huntsville (map)
Phone: 256-799-6100 or email email@example.com
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