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Camp Pegasus

JUNE 24 – AUGUST 2

For 40 years, Camp Pegasus has been offering students in pre-K through eighth grade the unique opportunity to explore their interests in a joyous learning environment filled with play, exploration, and hands-on activities. Curious learners are nurtured and challenged by experienced, passionate teachers who design creative and dynamic learning opportunities.

Throughout each two-week session, pre-K through fifth-grade teachers reinforce foundational skills in subjects such as reading, math, and writing — all while engaging and involving each student. At the middle school level, students continue developing these skills by focusing on individual subjects that interest them. 


ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Camp Pegasus 2019 classes are listed below. Please review prior to registering.

THREE 2-WEEK SESSIONS OFFERED:

SESSION 1: June 24 – July 5 (No camp on July 4)
SESSION 2: July 8 – July 19
SESSION 3: July 22 – August 2

SESSIONS / CLASS FEES

Full Day | 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM | $575
Half Day | 9:00–11:45 AM or 12:30–2:30 PM | $410
Debate (AM or PM) | $500
Debate plus another half day class | $700

• Class size is limited. 
• Spaces are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. 
• NO REFUNDS are given unless a program cannot be offered due to insufficient enrollment.


EXTENDED DAY (Prepaid Only)

7:00 – 9:00 AM | $100
2:30 – 6:00 PM | $125
Both AM and PM | $200


LUNCH PROGRAM

An optional lunch program is offered through Sapphire at School, a  catering company that has been designed especially for school lunch programs. Summer camp lunch offerings typically range in price between $6.50 and $7.50 and include an entree, fresh fruit, bottled water, and a savory snack. Click here to view a sample menu from previous summers.
 

Meet Our Camp Director

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  • Stephanie Kyle 

    Auxiliary Services Coordinator
    Bio

Session 1

June 24 – July 5

List of 20 items.

  • Grin and Bear It! (Pre-K)

    9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (FULL DAY)
    9:00 – 11:45 a.m. (HALF DAY)
    Teacher: Kelly Barnett

    Get ready to travel around the globe searching for bears! We’ll find out where bears live, what makes a bear a bear, and what they eat. Using informational text for our research as well as storybooks, we’ll sing about bears, use our imagination to act like bears, and put our art skills to use as we create some beary beautiful art!

    $575 (FULL DAY)
    $410 (HALF DAY)
  • Wild About African Safari (K)

    9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Patty Van Deudekom
     
    Jump aboard the safari jeep to discover the African wildlife.  We will learn about different African animals and their habitats and daily lives. We will create a safari log book to keep all of our discoveries and will enjoy activities, songs and books about animals!

    $575
     

  • Books Come to Life (G 1)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Keith Coon
    

    Join us as we take an exciting adventure into the world of books and discover the joy of reading! Students will be amazed how books come alive as they are read. Jump into fairy tales, folk lore, adventure, and mystery stories through writing, art and literature.

    $410
    $575 with Indiana Jones or Down on the Farm
  • Nature Explorers (G 1)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Pam Conti

    Let’s explore the Great Outdoors! Campers will engage in science and nature explorations through hands-on learning in the Pegasus Garden and surrounding area. We will make new discoveries of the natural world, study local flora and fauna using field guides, binoculars, microscopes, and more. We will also spend time caring for the Garden, learning organic gardening techniques and building our science knowledge while laughing, playing, and having fun in nature.

    $410
    $575 with Indiana Jones or Down on the Farm
  • Indiana Jones and the Mystery of Camp Pegasus (G 1)

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Keith Coon

    Grab your hat and bullwhip and join us for a rip-roaring adventure as we search for hidden treasure! Discover all about the exciting world of archeology as we search for clues. Students will learn about classifying, sorting, creating, and reading maps. Our class culminates with an adventure filled treasure hunt. Do you have what it takes to be the next Indiana Jones?

    $410
    $575 with Books Come to Life, Nature Explorers, or The Great American Road Trip
  • The Great American Road Trip (G 1–2)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Kristen Diehl

    Pack your bags for a grand adventure across the United States!  We’ll explore regional flavors in the form of food and music, landforms, and fun and unusual roadside attractions found throughout our 50 states. Join us for an exciting journey from sea to shining sea!

    $410
    $575 with Indiana Jones or Down on the Farm (Grade 1)
    $575 with Math-terpieces or Run, Jump, Stretch, Go (Grade 2)
  • Down on the Farm (G 1–2)

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Kristen Diehl

    Immerse yourself in farm life as we explore farm to table living, farm animals, and meet the characters from Charlotte’s Web. It will be a hands on adventure as we dig, plant, harvest, cook, and care for some special barnyard creatures all the while considering friendship and teamwork in its many forms.  

    $410
    $575 with Books Come to Life, Nature Explorers, or The Great American Road Trip (Grade 1)
    $575 with It’s a Writer’s Life for Me! or Wild Wild West (Grade 2)
  • It’s a Writer’s Life for Me! (G 2–3)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Keri Gorsage

    Have you ever read a really great book, one you just couldn't put down? Have you ever thought that you could write a book just as wonderful? Join us this session and find out how fun it is to write a book of your very own. And the good time doesn't stop there! You will also get a chance to express yourself through your own illustrations and book cover. The class will learn the art of bookbinding, too! When our time together comes to an end, you will have your own beautiful book to take home with you. If you love to tell stories, and you love to create wonderful art...this is the class for you!

    $410
    $575 with Math-terpieces! or Run, Jump, Stretch, Go

  • Wild Wild West (G 2–3)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Melany Cope

    Get your boots, saddle up, and be ready to travel back to The West when it was still wild. We will be learning about cowboys, Native Americans, and pioneers while experiencing life as it was back then with crafts, games, food, and music. While we won’t be using a time machine, you might be wiping the dust off of your boots and saying “Yeehaw” after each class.

    $410
    $575 with Math-terpieces! or Run, Jump, Stretch, Go
  • Math-terpieces! (G 2–3)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Keri Gorsage

    Who says math has to be boring? In fact it can be one of the most fun and exciting subjects to study if you go about it in the right way! Join the fun as we use art to explore the four basic rules in problem solving: keeping an open mind, looking for unusual number combinations, using multiple skills (like subtracting to add), and looking for patterns. You’ll be amazed at how closely art and math are related! You will not only improve your math skills in this class, you’ll learn about some incredible math-minded artists, produce amazing works of art all your own, and you’ll have a great time in the process. You, too, can create your own math-terpieces!

    $410
    $575 with It’s a Writer’s Life for Me! or Wild Wild West
  • Run, Jump, Stretch, Go (G 2–3)

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Melany Cope

    Your body is a gift and in this class, we will learn how to treat it right! We will be exploring the different body systems, proper nutrition (with extremely yummy snacks), and how to keep your body moving and strong. Working out and eating right has never been more fun! This class is a must for every energetic student!

    $410
    $575 with It’s a Writer’s Life for Me! or Wild Wild West
  • Exciting Writing (G 4–5)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Jessica Brennan

    Spark your imagination through creative writing techniques that will make any pencil dance across the page! Through this engaging and interactive writing course, you will be able to bring your words to life by trying out new writing techniques, regardless of writing level.

    $410
    $575 with History’s Mysteries, Arts Galore & Explore, or Genius Hour
  • Think. Build. Play. (G 4–5)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m
    Teacher: Jaime Kunze-Thibeau

    Some of the best learning comes from within. Get creative and innovative with a variety of different materials. Students will use a variety of different tools and materials to create and build things to play with. From roller coasters to cardboard houses, race cars to water rockets, students will have a blast bringing their ideas to life.

    $410
    $575 with History’s Mysteries, Arts Galore & Explore, or Genius Hour
  • Zombie Outbreak (G 4–5)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Kyra Sandstrom

    Could you survive a Zombie apocalypse? The news called it a virus outbreak. People were infected. There’s no cure. What would you do? Creating comics and maps, drawing zombie illustrations, writing rules and safety transmissions, and designing alarms are a few ways we will research, plan, and problem solve to ensure survival.

    $410
    $575 with History’s Mysteries, Arts Galore & Explore, or Genius Hour
  • Arts Galore & Explore (G 4–5)

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Sharon Goldhamer

    This summer course is perfect for students who enjoy working with clay, 3D sculptural materials, and the exploration of combining art media. Working with clay is an exhilarating experience. During the two weeks, students will practice several hand-building techniques and will also have a basic introduction to wheel-thrown pottery. Sculptural and mixed-media pieces will surprise and delight. All lessons will include art history and inspiration from former and currently practicing artists. Students will create their own art gallery!

    $410
    $575 with Exciting Writing, Think. Build. Play, or Zombie Outbreak
  • Genius Hour (G 4–5)

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Jessica Brennan

    Finally, a chance for students to explore something that excites and inspires them! Spend time researching a topic and then be challenged to explore and create a passion project that sparks a change. Students will learn the process of research, brainstorming, inventing, and calling to action! Creativity and ingenuity are encouraged and fostered in this class.

    $410
    $575 with Exciting Writing, Think. Build. Play, or Zombie Outbreak
  • History’s Mysteries (G 4–5)

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Kyra Sandstrom

    Step into the shoes of a History Detective and tackle some of history's toughest mysteries. What happened to the Maya? Where did the Roanoake colonists go? What was reported to be worth more than gold in Africa? Was it really Mrs. O’Leary’s cow who started the fire? Each day, we’ll examine a historical mystery by diving into evidence to deduce a theory into what happened in each event. Come ready to put your detective hats on to truly experience some mysteries of history.

    $410
    $575 with Exciting Writing, Think. Build. Play, or Zombie Outbreak
  • Debate (G 6–8)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Jim Conti

    Debate is one of the best educational programs possible for middle school students. Learn how to win a debate through the following methods: identify and cite credible sources; evaluate pieces of evidence; organize your thoughts; prepare arguments well in advance; evaluate and understand issues from more than one perspective; think critically, and speak in front of a group with confidence and conviction. You will have the opportunity to understand and enhance these lifelong skills. The course will include guest appearances from several Golden Gavel winners and highly successful high school debaters. A two-week debate camp is roughly the equivalent to half a debate season. Join us and gain valuable experience!

    $500
    $700 with Fun with Physics or Arts Galore & Explore
  • Arts Galore & Explore (G 6–8)

    9:00 –11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Sharon Goldhamer

    This summer course is perfect for students who enjoy working with clay, 3D sculptural materials, and the exploration of combining art media. Working with clay is an exhilarating experience. During the two weeks, students will practice several hand-building techniques and will also have a basic introduction to wheel-thrown pottery. Sculptural and mixed-media pieces will surprise and delight. All lessons will include art history and inspiration from former and currently practicing artists. Students will create their own art gallery!

    $410
    $575 with Fun with Physics
    $700 with Debate
  • Fun With Physics (G 6–8 )

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Jaime Kunze-Thibeau
     
    Build cars, rockets, and more. Use your creativity and problem-solving skills to design and build a variety of different things that go. Get ready for some high speed fun!

    $410
    $575 with Arts Galore & Explore
    $700 with Debate

Session 2

July 8 – 19

List of 16 items.

  • Young Artists (Pre-K)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON

    9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (FULL DAY)
    9:00 – 11:45 a.m. (HALF DAY)
    Teacher: Kelly Barnett
     
    Put on your smock, we’re about to get messy! We will create as we learn the elements of art. This session we’ll be learning all about color, line, shape and much more through literature, informational text, music, and art.

    $575 FULL DAY
    $410 HALF DAY
  • Fairy Tale Land (K)

    9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Patty Van Deudekom
     
    Get ready to explore a magical land of Fairy Tales where we will learn about the many characters and plots of wonderful stories that have been handed down for generations! Join us as we launch a private investigation into the whereabouts of the Gingerbread Man. Find out how to trick the troll in order to cross the bridge! Get your imagination in gear for some Fairy Tale fun!

    $575 FULL DAY
  • Bridge Builders Wanted! (G 1)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON!

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Steve DuCharme

    Put on your hard hat and tool belt, and get ready to build bridges from the past, present, and future. Learn the history of bridges and use mathematical principles including weight and measurement to build suspension, truss, arch, beam, cantilever bridges and more from wood, rock, clay, cork, and PVC.

    $410
    $575 with Be a Chef

  • Be A Chef (G 1)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON

    9:00  11:45 a.m.
    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Steve DuCharme

    Take a culinary tour around the world and learn the basics of preparing and cooking foods from different countries. Students will have a delicious time while learning kitchen chemistry, math, measurement, reading, and sequencing through cooking. A keepsake Camp Pegasus cookbook will culminate the class.

    $410
    $575 with Bridge Builders Wanted!
  • Environmental Detectives (G 2–3)

    FULL – WAITLIST ONLY

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Keith Coon
     
    Science presented in an exciting, meaningful, and hands on way using real world context! Students will be given the opportunity to work together and investigate through research and experimentation, to solve a scientific problem facing the fictitious town of The Gray Area. Detectives will hear statements from various "suspects" in the crime. They will study and discuss reference materials, including records, newspaper articles, charts, graphs, and even "secret documents," and integrate all of this information with their own test results. Students will become aware of the interconnectedness of the natural world and the complexity of many environmental problems.

    $410
    $575 with Math Around the World or Lion King
  • YogART (G 2–3)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Lindsay Petralia

    This fun class offers children the opportunity to express themselves through art and movement! They will find joy and bliss making art along with exploring creative movement through yoga. Kids will learn yoga techniques through poses, games, and storytelling. Playful breathing exercises will be used to promote focus, awareness, and a sense of calm. They will be introduced to mindfulness elements and positive affirmations to boost confidence, centeredness, and creativity. Students will also spend time creating art using a variety of media based on different themes explored in yoga and mindfulness such as earth, animals, and the ocean. Some projects include dream catchers, sand art, mandalas, mindful coloring, pottery, and much more. Namaste!

    $410
    $575 with Math Around the World or Lion King
  • Math Around the World (G 2–3)

    FULL – WAITLIST ONLY

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Keith Coon

    Math skills will be honed as students use their knowledge of mathematics to calculate, measure, and solve problems while playing games from all around the globe! Through compelling math play, children will gain confidence and have fun as they learn about the different ways people around the world measure, count, and use patterns and symmetry in their everyday lives. We will do creative projects that make a natural connection between math and art and use maps and historical information about the countries represented in the games, blending social studies, art, and geography with mathematics.

    $410
    $575 with Environmental Detectives or YogART
  • Lion King (G 2–3)

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Christine Reabe

    Everybody look left, everybody look right, everywhere you look the LION KING is standing in the spotlight! Get ready to board the safari jeep because we are headed to Pride Rock! From Simba and Nala to Timon and Pumbaa, we’re transporting ourselves to the African pride lands. We’ll be reading stories, putting on plays, and crafting some of our favorite jungle characters. Hakuna Matata!

    $410
    $575 with Environmental Detectives or YogART
     
  • Global Art Masters (G 4–5)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Allyson Grimes

    Journey with Camp Pegasus to different countries around the world! This session we’ll visit different countries and get inspired to create art projects representing the cultures we learn about. We will also immerse ourselves in literacy extension projects that will deepen our understanding of each culture we learn about.

    $410
    $575 with YogART or Code Breakers
  • Solar System Science (G 4–5)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Christine Reabe

    Grab your space helmet and oxygen tanks because this summer we’re blasting off! First stop? Mercury! Ever wanted to know more about each of the planets in our solar system? This Planets class is for you! We will spend each day exploring a new planet, from studying its unique characteristics, to crafting our own version of the planets and conducting a few science experiments. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover! By the end of camp we will each have an entire solar system built and some rocket scientists on our hands!

    $410
    $575 with YogART or Code Breakers
  • Code Breakers (G 4–5)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Allyson Grimes

    Join us for a fun, hands-on, student centered math class! We will be cracking codes, creating project books, completing scavenger hunts, playing games, making crafts, and more as we practice and fine-tune our math skills. Let’s get prepared for the beginning of the school year and have some fun along the way!

    $410
    $575 with Global Art Masters or Solar System Science
  • YogART (G 4–5)

    12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Lindsay Petralia

    This fun class offers children the opportunity to express themselves through art and movement! They will find joy and bliss making art along with exploring creative movement through yoga. Kids will learn yoga techniques through poses, games, and storytelling. Playful breathing exercises will be used to promote focus, awareness, and a sense of calm. They will be introduced to mindfulness elements and positive affirmations to boost confidence, centeredness, and creativity. Students will also spend time creating art using a variety of media based on different themes explored in yoga and mindfulness such as earth, animals, and the ocean. Some projects include dream catchers, sand art, mandalas, mindful coloring, pottery, and much more. Namaste!

    $410
    $575 with Global Art Masters or Solar System Science
  • The Great Escape (G 6–8)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Kari Daniel

    Do you have what it takes to breakout? Modeled after the popular escape rooms that captivate imaginations everywhere, we will use Breakout Edu to escape by solving puzzles and unlocking codes. Using locked boxes, invisible ink, digital downloads and websites, students will strengthen problem solving, critical thinking, logic, creativity, communication and collaboration skills. This fun and challenging class will push cognitive limits. During the second week of the session, students will be designing their own Breakout!

    $410
    $575 with Sports Science or Elements of Fashion Design
  • International Crafts (G 6–8)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Robin Tojo

    Travel around the world with us this summer as we explore the artistry of cultures around the globe! Students will learn about different countries, cultures, and people and be inspired to create unique items relating to each civilization or international location. If you're interested in learning more about people and places from all over the world and enjoy creating handcrafted items that will be yours to keep, this class is for you!

    $410
    $575 with Sports Science or Elements of Fashion Design
  • Sports Science (G 6–8)

    12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Kari Daniel

    Learn all about the intricate science behind your favorite sport, and use statistics to create a game that you can play based on your favorite sports teams or players. Students in this class will also sharpen their math and science skills as they enjoy the fun and games!

    $410
    $575 with The Great Escape or International Crafts
  • Elements of Fashion Design (G 6–8)

    12:30  2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Robin Tojo

    Study the designs of current fashions to get inspired and develop your own unique fashion masterpiece! Campers will learn about the elements of design, color, textiles, etc. They will also explore sustainable methods including repurposing/reinventing dead stock items, looking at vintage clothing in a whole new light, and exploring found materials. In this session, designers will develop their own ideas, get feedback from the class through the design process, and showcase their work in a portfolio they get to keep. You, too, can be a fashion icon!

    $410
    $575 with The Great Escape or International Crafts

Session 3

July 22 – August 2

List of 16 items.

  • Zoo Life (Pre-K)

    9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (FULL DAY)
    9:00 – 11:45 a.m. (HALF DAY)
    Teacher: Kelly Barnett

    Bring your walking shoes! We are going to walk through the zoo and stop to visit the animals we see there. We’ll stop to hear the lions roar, the elephants trumpet, and the seals bark. We will also learn about animal conservation and what we can do to help the animals that live in our world. Informational text, storybooks, music and art will all be part of our adventure.

    $575 FULL DAY
    $410 HALF DAY
     
  • Monster Mash (K)

    9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Patty Van Deudekom

    Monsters are always getting a bad rap for being scary! Who said monsters have to frighten us? This summer, we will get to know many adorable monsters through reading books, plus we'll create our very own friendly monster and develop a story to go along with it. Make sure you bring your imagination along with you!

    $575 FULL DAY ONLY

  • Pegasus, Welcome to the Jungle (G 1)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON!

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Amanda Smith

    Calling all adventurers brave enough to embark upon new lands to discover and explore the various plant and animal life of the mysterious jungle. During this exploration, you will unlock the mysteries of the jungle and partake in different games and crafts while strengthening your writing skills as you keep a journal throughout your journey. Adventurers beware!

    $410
    $575 with Archaeologists, Bones, and Dinosaurs, Oh my!
     
  • Archaeologists, Bones, and Dinosaurs, Oh my! (G 1)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON!

    12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Amanda Smith

    Calling all archaeologists! Ever wonder what was the first dinosaur ever found? Or, what caused dinosaurs to become extinct? Come along as we dig up dinosaur bones to discover what dinosaurs existed and how they lived years and years ago.

    $410
    $575 with Pegasus, Welcome to the Jungle
  • Secret Formulas (G 2–3)

    FULL – WAITLIST ONLY

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Keith Coon

    Calling all scientists! This is a class for anyone who likes to roll up their sleeves and create new things! We will be mixing and dissolving solutions as well as investigating the properties of different substances. Students will produce homemade “Gel-O” and create their own brands of toothpaste, cola, and ice cream. This class will provide opportunities to observe cause and effect as well as give fundamental experience with chemistry.

    $410
    $575 with Writer’s Workshop or Incredible Superheroes
  • Under the Sea (G 2–3)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Brooke Thomas

    Discover life under the sea this summer! If you’re curious about all the different sea creatures and life in the ocean, this class is for you! Explore the depths of the deep blue sea through books, art and yummy food. After exploring the science behind marine life, we will then create our own story about an Under the Sea adventure!

    $410
    $575 with Writer’s Workshop or Incredible Superheroes
  • Writer’s Workshop (G 2–3)

    FULL – WAITLIST ONLY

    12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Keith Coon

    This class will provide students with the opportunity to refine and strengthen their writing skills. Students will construct paragraphs in various formats, focusing on writing opinion/argument, informative/explanatory, and narrative pieces. Through engaging discussions and fun activities, students will learn to identify the key features and purpose of each text type and support them as they practice writing in each of these forms.

    $410
    $575 with Secret Formulas or Under the Sea
  • Incredible Superheroes (G 2–3)

    12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Brooke Thomas

    Come be a Camp Pegasus Superhero! In this class we will explore the superhero universe through various reading, writing, and art projects. Do you have a secret superhero identity? We will create our own superhero disguises and practice using our superpowers with fun math activities. We will even write our own comics to share with the class! Become a Pegasus superhero this summer!

    $410
    $575 with Secret Formulas or Under the Sea
  • Cartooning and Animation (G 4–5)

    ALMOST FULL – REGISTER SOON

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Kari Daniel

    Dive into the art of cartooning and animation in this creative class! Students will use storyboards to plan and film an original story, experiment with claymation and stop-motion, and use a green screen. Learn how to make a Thaumatrope, Phenakistocope and a Zoetrope and immerse yourself in the science of Animation.

    $410
    $575 with Write On! or Engineering and Innovation Lab
  • Learn to Crochet (G 4–5)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Carolyn Miller

    Have you ever wished you could make things with your own hands that were useful, unique, and fun? Learn the basics of crochet, how to read patterns, and create your own hat or bag with embellishments. Boys and girls welcome!

    $410
    $575 with Write On! or Engineering and Innovation Lab
  • Engineering & Innovation Lab (G 4–5)

    12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Kari Daniel

    Become and engineer by turning everyday items and found materials into innovative designs that solve real-world problems! Students will complete daily challenges and learn how to use the same engineering design process used by NASA engineers. Design challenges include: a satellite to orbit the moon, a lunar buggy, a crew exploration vehicle and more!

    $410
    $575 with Learn to Crochet or Cartooning and Animation
  • Write On! (Grades 4–5)

    12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Carolyn Miller

    Did you know you have stories to tell? Let's make them come alive with helpful tips and tricks! Writing can be so fun when you make a movie in your mind and then put pen to paper. We will cover figurative language, dialogue rules, build our writing stamina, and much more. Let your creative genius out and come write with us!

    $410
    $575 with Learn to Crochet or Cartooning and Animation
  • EXCELlent Math with Google Sheets (G 6–8)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Jil Llewellyn

    Let’s dive into the basics of Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel to experience math in a whole new way. This class will introduce a variety of concepts including data entry, formatting sharing files, and more! There will be an emphasis on learning the math functions within the programs through different projects and activities each day. You’ll have a blast working on the computer while being introduced to useful software skills you’ll need throughout your school career and beyond!

    $410
    $575 with Probability and Statistics or Capture the Moment
  • Stretch & Sketch (G 6–8)

    9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
    Teacher: Robin Tojo

    This summer we'll be studying movement using our mind, body and pencil! We will immerse ourselves in learning the calming practice of basic Hatha yoga, a valuable tool for relaxation, meditation, and exercise. From there, we'll add to our practice through lessons in life drawing. Sketching anatomy such as muscles, tendons, bones, and joints will help us further understand how the body stretches and moves. Everyone is welcome, beginners and yoga experts alike. Join us this summer for Stretch & Sketch!

    $410
    $575 with Probability and Statistics or Capture the Moment
  • Probability and Statistics (G 6–8)

    12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Jil Llewellyn

    Join us for an introduction to probability and statistics in a project-based-learning environment. Theoretical probability, as well as experimental probability, will be taught using real-life scenarios, projects, and activities. We’ll create our own statistical analysis problem and you’ll love learning how to use a graphing calculator to help examine your data.

    $410
    $575 with EXCELlent Math with Google Sheets or [TBD: AM Class Robin Tojo]
  • Capture the Moment (G 6–8)

    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    Teacher: Robin Tojo

    In today's world of smartphones and tablets, anyone can be a photographer. However, truly great photography takes practice and knowing a few tricks of the trade! Join us this summer as we learn all about the compositional rules of digital photography and then set off on an artistic journey to see the world "through our own lens" and break the rules when we need to. Students in this class will use iPads (or they may bring their own digital camera or device) to capture exciting and interesting moments during the two-week session. By the end of camp, they will have created their own photo book via blurb.com that will be printed and shipped to their home. Come to camp and capture the moment with us this summer!

    $410
    $575 with EXCELlent Math with Google Sheets or Stretch and Sketch
The Pegasus School is a coed, non-profit, nonsectarian day school in Huntington Beach, California, that serves students in pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8. A Pegasus education equips bright, motivated students to achieve future academic success and make a positive impact on society.