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Camp Pegasus


JUNE 27 – AUGUST 5

REGISTRATION OPENS TO THE PUBLIC ON MARCH 18

Please check out our At-A-Glance view to help campers decide which classes they prefer.

We are excited to announce Camp Pegasus will be offering on-campus, in-person programs for students in pre-K through Grade 8 this summer! We will be implementing COVID-19 health and safety protocols to ensure all campers and staff have a safe and fun summer. 

Since 1979, 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.
THREE 2-WEEK SESSIONS OFFERED
SESSION 1:    June 27 – July 8
*Camp will be closed on July 4th 
SESSION 2:    July 11 – 22 
SESSION 3:    July 25 – August 5
 
CAMP HOURS & FEES
9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Full Day, Grades PK-8** $700/session
9:00 to 11:45 a.m. AM Half Day* $495/session

*AM Half-Day Session Available for Pre-K and Middle School Debate Only
**Students in Grades 1 through  8 will choose an AM and PM Class from the list of options

EXTENDED DAY
7:30 to 9:00 a.m. AM Extended Day $100/session
2:30 to 6:00 p.m. PM Extended Day $200/session
7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. BOTH AM & PM Extended Day $250/session

Please be sure to review our terms and policies when completing your registration in the system.
• Class size is limited. 
• Spaces are filled on a first-come, first-served basis and a waitlist is utilized.

Standard Cancellation/Refund Policy
Camp fees are due in full at the time of registration
Camp fees are non-refundable 

COVID-19 Cancellation/Refund Policy
Campus Closure: Should the pandemic cause our school to cancel any of our 2022 camp sessions, refunds will be processed in full. You will be notified of any cancellation via email. We will automatically refund registration fees paid to the credit card/e-check account used. Please allow up to 15 business days for us to process your refund. After the process date, your account may take up to 7 business days to reflect the refund. For all other cancellations, the standard refund policy will apply. 

COVID-19 Exposure: If a family is notified that their camper must quarantine due to COVID-19 exposure on campus, a prorated refund will be issued for the remainder of the session. For all other cancellations, the standard cancellation/refund policy will apply.

LUNCH PROGRAM
An optional lunch program is offered through Sapphire at School, our school’s student lunch catering company. Summer camp lunch offerings typically range in price between $7.50 and $9.50 and include a choice of entrée, fresh fruit, and a snack. Click here to view a sample menu from previous summers. More program details, including account information will be shared in early June.



Meet Our Camp Director

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    Stephanie Kyle 

    Director of Operations and Human Resources
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Session 1: June 27 – July 8

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  • PRE-KINDERGARTEN

    DEEP BLUE SEA
    Do you LOVE the ocean? Me too! Get ready to learn all about the ocean and it’s amazing creatures. We’ll dive into some great books, create some fabulous creatures and even sing a song or two! Informational text, literature, music, art, science and dramatic play will all be part of the fun.
    Instructor: Kelly Barnett
    AM Half Day: 9:00 to 11:45 a.m. 
    Full Day: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • KINDERGARTEN

    STAR TOURS
    Get ready to soar through the solar system, exploring the wonders of space. Through engaging activities and hands-on projects students will gain knowledge about the planets, stars, space travel, and much more.
    Instructor: Cori Juncker
    Full Day: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • GRADE 1- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    BOOKS COME TO LIFE
    Join us as we take an exciting adventure into the world of books and discover the joy of reading! Students will be amazed at how books come alive as they are read. Jump into fairy tales, folklore, adventure, and mystery stories through writing, art, and literature.
    Instructor: Keith Coon

    COMMOTION IN THE OCEAN
    Jump on board the Pegasus Submarine and dive deep into the ocean to find out what all the commotion is underneath the surface. Explore life under the sea through stories, nature, crafts and songs.
    Instructor: Melany Cope
  • GRADE 1- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    JUNIOR DETECTIVES
    Calling all junior detectives and future spies! Explore some of the tools of the trade, such as: secret codes, invisible ink and fingerprints. Use leadership and problem solving skills, analytical thinking, observation and hands-on scientific tests to examine the evidence and solve the mystery of "Who Borrowed Mr. Bear?" 
    Instructor: Keith Coon

    SPACE: THE FINAL FRONTIER
    3, 2, 1...Blast Off!! Be ready to explore space as we learn about the planets, moon, gravity, our own special planet, as well as some famous astronauts. We will be reading, writing, and even doing a little moon math. Who knows? We might even find an alien life form! Get ready to explore!
    Instructor: Melany Cope
  • GRADES 2 & 3- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    IT’S A WRITER’S LIFE FOR ME
    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!
    Instructor: Keri Gorsage

    ZOOLOGISTS UNITE
    Animal lovers will love this class. We will explore animals and take virtual tours of zoos and wild animal habitats. Campers will become an expert on an animal of their choice. Get ready to read, write, and craft as we explore the many wonders of animals in the World!
    Instructor: Stephanie Veravanich

    GEOLOGY ROCKS!
    Are you ready for some rocks and minerals fun?! In this class, campers will dive into the world of Geology and experience minerals, rocks, soil, and fossils firsthand through rock food, investigations, and experiments.  Campers will become geologists by combining creativity with science each day.  Join us this summer to find out all about how Geology Rocks!
    Instructor: Jeannie Kim
  • GRADES 2 & 3- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    MATH-TERPIECES
    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 on your own, and you’ll have a great time in the process. You, too, can create your own math-terpieces!
    Instructor: Keri Gorsage

    RAINBOWS OF CREATIVITY THROUGH ART & EMOTIONAL DISCOVERY 
    Social emotional learning to increase student awareness of emotions and feelings. Learn about affirmations and how they can improve self-esteem. Create a daily mantra and recite them to foster positivity and focus. Colorful arts and crafts to grow their creativity and inspire their use of color.
    Instructor: Stephanie Veravanich

    OOEY-GOOEY SCIENCE AND MUNCHABLE MATH
    This is a true adventure in learning, where the mess is big and fun is bigger! Explore super cool science and math concepts through a variety of hands-on lessons and experiments that include investigating, constructing, figuring…. and sometimes exploding! There will be no stopping us as we eat our way to a better understanding of mathematical and scientific concepts through some messy, but marvelous, munchable math and sensationally sticky science fun!
    Instructor: Jeannie Kim
  • GRADES 4 & 5- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    EVERYDAY MATH
    Math is all around us and we use it everyday! In this class, students will explore everyday math with real-world applications. From the supermarket to the kitchen, from getting a paycheck to paying the bills, and more! Join us on this informative and fun journey to discovering the math skills we use in everyday life. 
    Instructor: Kelly Brennan

    INDY 500
    Mouse Trap Cars & Rubber Band Racers
    Students will explore Newton’s Laws of Motion as they work to build a better rubber band racer. Create a 3D-printed car that is powered by a rubber band. We will also follow the design process to design and build a mousetrap-powered vehicle.  Who will design the fastest car or the car that goes the farthest?  WIll it be you?
    Instructor: Kari Daniel

    THINK. BUILD. PLAY.
    Some of the best learning comes from within, and in this class, campers will be in the driver’s seat! First, we’ll dream big and generate ideas for our creations. Next, we’ll move through the innovation process, building our creations using a variety of different materials. Then, we’ll play! From roller coasters to cardboard houses, race cars to water rockets, students will have a blast bringing their ideas to life. 
    Instructor: Jaime Kunze-Thibeau

    SUMMER SPORTS FUN
    Let's have some fun this summer learning the fundamentals and getting practice in some of our favorite sports! Campers will learn the rules and basics of each sport, and get coaching from one our Pegasus coaches, Mrs. Senoni, in a variety of sports including soccer, pickleball, volleyball and other fun games and activities. Collaboration, teamwork, sportsmanship, and kindness will be emphasized throughout the session along with the in's and out's of how each game works and to have fun doing it. Note: please send your camper with a refillable water bottle and apply sunscreen each day to protect them from the summer sun. We hope to see you this summer!
    Instructor: Taylor Senoni
  • GRADES 4 & 5- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    WIZARDING WORLD OF HARRY POTTER
    Ride the train from Platform 9 1/2 and arrive at the magical world of Hogwarts. Engage in exciting games of Quidditch, participate in Scavenger Hunts and Trivia Contests while enjoying Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Jelly Beans. Get ready for the ultimate challenge - the Tri-Wizard Tournament! These two weeks of magical mysteries are not to be missed!
    Instructor: Kelly Brennan

    MICRO:BITS, DRONES & CODING WORKSHOP
    Learn to use a BBC micro:bit for all sorts of creations, from games to musical instruments. Students will complete projects in Design, Physics, Art and Music. We will also learn to code the Spark+ as well as the Mini Sphero, Ozobot Evo and Drones.
    Instructor: Kari Daniel

    ARTS GALORE & EXPLORE
    Dare to discover your art ability!  Find your flair! We will paint with panache, create, craft, design, dream, and draw. Experience the enjoyment of pursuing your artistic talents in a variety of media, including ceramics, printmaking, and animation. Camp Pegasus provides the perfect place to pursue your art passion and explore a myriad of materials.
    Instructor: Ivette Hermann

    SUMMER SPORTS FUN
    Let's have some fun this summer learning the fundamentals and getting practice in some of our favorite sports! Campers will learn the rules and basics of each sport, and get coaching from one of our Pegasus coaches, Mrs. Senoni, in a variety of sports including soccer, pickleball, volleyball and other fun games and activities. Collaboration, teamwork, sportsmanship, and kindness will be emphasized throughout the session along with the in's and out's of how each game works and to have fun doing it. Note: please send your camper with a refillable water bottle and apply sunscreen each day to protect them from the summer sun. We hope to see you this summer!
    Instructor: Taylor Senoni
  • GRADES 6-8- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    CREATURE CREATION
    Are you intrigued by the special FX "movie magic" used in film and TV? Have you ever wanted to transform yourself (or maybe your little brother or sister?) into an alien, monster or maybe a fairy? This summer, you will learn the makeup skills essential to aging, realistic injuries and other practical effects (like witch noses, fish gills and horns)! One part of our course will be dedicated to working with prosthetics and paint; the other part will emphasize drawing and character design to help bring to life a creature of your own imagination. Be prepared to be transformed!
    Instructor: Ivette Hermann

    TECHNOLOGY AND MATHEMATICS
    Learn how to use the newest and most advanced math tools available to you! You’ll be graphing  on Desmos, computing on Google Sheets, and examining 3D objects on Geogebra! Homework will become so much easier with all the tools and skills you’ll learn to excel in the future.
    Instructor: Cameron Baird

    FINANCIAL FACTS OF LIFE
    Students will learn all about the math used in everyday life. Topics will help to answer questions such as, “How much is that sweater if it is 35% off? How much tip should I leave my server on this restaurant bill? How much should I be saving for the future? What is interest, and how is it different from compound interest? What is a mortgage? How expensive is college?” And more! Students will have fun and be engaged in learning through multiple mini-projects and activities. It’s time to get educated and start practicing with the math that we will actually be using for the rest of our lives!
    Instructor: Jil Llewellyn

    DEBATE
    Debate is one of the best educational programs available for middle school students. Learn how to debate through the following methods: identify and cite credible sources; evaluate pieces of evidence; organize your thoughts; prepare arguments with logical reasoning; evaluate and understand issues from more than one perspective; think critically; and speak in front of a group with confidence and conviction. Students will have the opportunity to understand and enhance these lifelong skills. The course will be led by Mrs. Cavener, a Pegasus debate teacher. Several former Pegasus debate team members and highly successful high school debaters will be on hand to help with instruction and judging practice debate rounds. A two-week debate camp is roughly the equivalent instruction to half of a debate season. Join us and gain valuable debate experience!
    Instructor: Laura Cavener
    *Debate may be taken alone as an AM Half-Day course, or it can be combined with a PM course for a full day of camp. 
  • GRADES 6-8- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    FUN WITH PHYSICS: LET’S BUILD
    Let the building begin! Campers will construct CO2 cars, rockets, and more. Use your creativity and problem-solving skills to design and build a variety of different designs that go. Get ready for some high speed fun!
    Instructor: Jaime Kunze-Thibeau

    THE GREAT OUTDOORS
    This course will cover the basics of camping in the wilderness! Everything from setting up camp, cooking food, collecting and treating water, to reading a topographic map. Planning and preparing for a camping trip can be just as hard as climbing an actual mountain! This course will prepare you for getting outside and thriving in the wilderness and outdoors.
    Instructor: Cameron Baird

    SHARP SKILLS WITH GOOGLE SHEETS
    This interesting and engaging class will teach the basics of Google Sheets application. The class will introduce a variety of concepts for building and editing spreadsheets including data entry, formatting, sharing files, and more! There will be an emphasis on learning the math functions within the application through different projects and activities each day. Students will learn to link websites to a document as when they create a school supply shopping list, create a pixel art template with matching artwork and more! Students will be engaged as they work on their computer while being introduced to software skills they will use throughout school and their careers!
    Instructor: Jil Llewellyn

Session 2: July 11 – 22

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  • PRE-KINDERGARTEN

    BUGS GALORE
    Are you scared of creepy crawly things? This class may change your mind!  Get ready to take a closer look at these wonderful little creatures. Informational text, literature, music, art, science and dramatic play will all be part of our investigation. 
    Instructor: Kelly Barnett
    AM Half Day: 9:00 to 11:45 a.m. 
    Full Day: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • KINDERGARTEN

    RAINFOREST EXPEDITION
    Butterflies, sloths, and parrots...oh my!  Let’s explore the wonders to behold in our world’s beautiful rainforests. Campers will go on an adventure through the rainforest where we are inspired by the colorful animals that live there, learn about their habitat and ecosystem, and imagine a world under the canopy of a great rainforest!
    Instructor: Paige Kitching
    Full Day: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • GRADE 1- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    INDIANA JONES & THE MYSTERY OF CAMP PEGASUS
    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?
    Instructor: Keith Coon

    FUN WITH FABLES
    Join the adventures of animals, birds and beasts in Aesop's simple tales, each with a moral message.  Meet the vibrant characters in "The Hare and the Tortoise," "The Ants and the Grasshopper," "The Goose and the Golden Egg," and "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing." Instructor: Kelly Brennan
  • GRADE 1- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    MATH AROUND THE WORLD
    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.
    Instructor: Keith Coon

    BUGS ON PARADE
    Butterflies, bees and stink bugs, oh my!  Join our team of entomologists as we learn about the science of bugs and their life cycles.  When not searching for bugs, we will create our own creepy crawlies during arts and crafts and enjoy bug-inspired treats!  
    Instructor: Kelly Brennan
  • GRADES 2 & 3- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    ARTISTIC PLAY
    During this process-based art class, students will have exciting and engaging opportunities to create art based on their own curiosities. Art activities will be introduced to students as open-ended questions that will encourage them to closely interact with their environment and look at the world differently. Projects such as creating brushes out of natural materials and then painting with mud, building “upcycled” sculptures, and exploring emotions through drawing with lines and colors are just a few examples of what will be offered. This inquiry-based approach to creating art will help develop children’s problem-solving, critical thinking skills, self-expression and self-awareness, and build confidence and individuality. 
    Instructor: Lindsay Petralia

    INVENTORS AND INVENTIONS
    Discover diverse inventors and the stories behind their inventions. In this class, campers will learn the history behind some of the world’s best inventions. They’ll use research skills to learn about their favorite inventions, and create presentations to share what they learn with the class. Campers will have the opportunity to brainstorm and
    illustrate an invention idea inspired by what they learn. Come to camp to cultivate
    the ideas within you!
    Instructor: Stephanie Veravanich

    SO, YOU LIKE TO CAMP
    Whether you’re a camping enthusiast or a novice, this class will enrich your understanding of camping in the Great Outdoors. Come learn about the history of camping, the creation of national parks, and the science behind s’mores! We’ll listen to and write campfire songs, plan a camping trip, identify animals based on their tracks, and more. You can even come to class dressed for a camping trip! 
    Instructor: Katie Petreszyn
  • GRADES 2 & 3- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    ARTISTIC PLAY
    During this process-based art class, students will have exciting and engaging opportunities to create art based on their own curiosities. Art activities will be introduced to students as open-ended questions that will encourage them to closely interact with their environment and look at the world differently. Projects such as creating brushes out of natural materials and then painting with mud, building “upcycled” sculptures, and exploring emotions through drawing with lines and colors are just a few examples of what will be offered. This inquiry-based approach to creating art will help develop children’s problem-solving, critical thinking skills, self-expression and self-awareness, and build confidence and individuality. 
    Instructor: Lindsay Petralia

    ALL ABOUT SPORTS
    Sports fanatics will love this course. Join this class to learn about the history of your favorite sports and games and the heroes and sheroes who play them! We will gain knowledge about the sports and games we love and even get to play them! Bring your energy and excitement. This class is going to be a slam dunk… touchdown… homerun… ace… perfect 10…you get the idea! 
    Instructor: Stephanie Veravanich

    OUT OF THIS WORLD
    Where is Earth’s place in the universe? What causes the seasons? Why does the moon look different each night? All of these questions and more will be investigated in this science course. Campers will go on a virtual field trip to the International Space Station and collaborate in teams to create a model of the ISS. We will learn about what it takes to become an astronaut and take a look at how Robert Behnken and Doug Hurley made history by launching out of Cape Canaveral, Florida on a groundbreaking test mission to the ISS in May 2020! Ready for take-off?!
    Instructor: Katie Petreszyn
  • GRADES 4 & 5- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    NOVEL STUDY & ELECTRIFYING EXPERIMENTS
    This class will electrify you! Campers will explore literary elements of the genre, conduct literary analysis, and work on a number of hands-on projects and experiments inspired by the exciting story of “Nick and Tesla's High-Voltage Danger Lab” by Bob Pflugfelder and Steve Hockensmith. Perfect for a summer session, this story contains mystery, adventure, and explosive projects you can build yourself! Get ready for a great session that will both thrill you and sharpen your reading and writing skills!
    Instructor: Jeannie Kim

    KALEIDOSCOPES, MIRRORS, AND ANIMATION
    Kids can’t wait to get their hands on kaleidoscopes they make themselves.  Experiment with mirrors, motion and color filters to bring the science of light to life.  Make a Thaumatrope, a Phenakistoscope, and a Zoetrope to learn about the science of animation.  Students will also experiment with the Green Screen effect in this fun exploratory class. 
    Instructor: Kari Daniel

    AMONG THE STARS
    Take a tour of the skies in this class that is literally “Out of this World!” Campers will explore the planets and stars that exist far beyond Earth’s atmosphere. Students will collaborate on hands-on activities and projects covering many topics including stars and constellations, the solar system, lunar phases, comets and asteroids, and much more.
    Instructor: Melissa Diaz-Trejo

    SUMMER SPORTS FUN
    Let's have some fun this summer learning the fundamentals and getting practice in some of our favorite sports! Campers will learn the rules and basics of each sport, and get coaching from one of our Pegasus coaches, Mrs. Senoni, in a variety of sports including soccer, pickleball, volleyball and other fun games and activities. Collaboration, teamwork, sportsmanship, and kindness will be emphasized throughout the session along with the in's and out's of how each game works and to have fun doing it. Note: please send your camper with a refillable water bottle and apply sunscreen each day to protect them from the summer sun. We hope to see you this summer!
    Instructor: Taylor Senoni
  • GRADES 4 & 5- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    TRAVELS AND TOURS
    Take a trip with us to all corners of the globe! In this class, we’ll “travel” to destinations from all the continents of the world, learning about the diversity of people and cultures that live on this planet with us. Campers will study geography, climate, cuisine, art, science, industry and more. Join us to learn more about the great big world we live in!
    Instructor: Jeannie Kim

    SPY ALLEY
    Match wits with Sherlock Holmes and test your deductive abilities as you investigate and use forensic techniques. As an international spy, your mission is to get your password, disguise and be the first to solve the mystery.  Work in our forensic lab to test, analyze and examine the evidence for: counterfeit currency, fingerprints and footprints.  We will also be using Breakout EDU to solve even more mysteries. 
    Instructor: Kari Daniel

    DISNEY DESTINATIONS
    Travel the world with us as we visit destinations around the globe made popular by Disney animated films. Explore Columbia, home of the Madrigal family casita! Dive into the ocean and investigate coral reefs where Nemo lived with his family! Sail away to Hawaii and learn about the islands that Lilo and Stitch made famous! These destinations and many more will be the subject of this class and you will be amazed to learn more about the real-life versions of these beloved Disney destinations. 
    Instructor: Melissa Diaz-Trejo

    SUMMER SPORTS FUN
    Let's have some fun this summer learning the fundamentals and getting practice in some of our favorite sports! Campers will learn the rules and basics of each sport, and get coaching from one of our Pegasus coaches, Mrs. Senoni, in a variety of sports including soccer, pickleball, volleyball and other fun games and activities. Collaboration, teamwork, sportsmanship, and kindness will be emphasized throughout the session along with the in's and out's of how each game works and to have fun doing it. Note: please send your camper with a refillable water bottle and apply sunscreen each day to protect them from the summer sun. We hope to see you this summer!
    Instructor: Taylor Senoni
  • GRADES 6-8- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    MATH IN SPORTS
    Have you ever wanted to calculate the angle to throw a baseball for it to go as far as possible, or how high to shoot a basketball for it to have the best chance of going in the basket? If yes, then this is the class for you! We’ll be exploring linear and quadratic functions and how they work in the world of sports.
    Instructor: Cameron Baird

    ART OF ANIMATION
    Learn the art and principles of animation and create your own 2D digital animations! This course will introduce students to traditional techniques where they will learn how to design characters, storyboards, and working frame-by-frame. Students will also learn to create digital animations on the computer.
    Instructor: Suzanne Williamson

    DEBATE
    Debate is one of the best educational programs available for middle school students. Learn how to debate through the following methods: identify and cite credible sources; evaluate pieces of evidence; organize your thoughts; prepare arguments with logical reasoning; evaluate and understand issues from more than one perspective; think critically; and speak in front of a group with confidence and conviction. Students will have the opportunity to understand and enhance these lifelong skills. The course will be led by Mrs. Cavener, a Pegasus debate teacher. Several former Pegasus debate team members and highly successful high school debaters will be on hand to help with instruction and judging practice debate rounds. A two-week debate camp is roughly the equivalent instruction to half of a debate season. Join us and gain valuable debate experience!
    Instructor: Laura Cavener
    *Debate may be taken alone as an AM Half-Day course, or it can be combined with a PM course for a full day of camp. 
  • GRADES 6-8- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS
    You thought History and Math were two different classes didn’t you? This class will combine the two! Learn about how ancient civilizations discovered and practiced math. The techniques and skills used by some of the most ingenious mathematicians of all time are there for you to learn and understand! 
    Instructor: Cameron Baird

    GRAPHIC DESIGN
    Almost everything around you has been designed by a graphic designer-- from the street signs, to the art and print designs on your clothes, to the websites you view online. Learn the art of graphic design! In this summer course, you'll learn how to create digital art, movie posters, book covers, and skateboard/ snowboard art. You'll also hear from guest speakers who design for global brands such as Volcom.
    Instructor: Suzanne Williamson

SESSION 3: JULY 25-AUGUST 5

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  • PRE-KINDERGARTEN

    MOUSE TALES
    I’ve heard that great, big elephants are afraid of mice. Are you? Well, don’t worry we are going to read all the books we can find that will show us how smart, courageous, silly and cute mice can be. Literature, music, art and dramatic play will help us use our imagination to see mice in a different light.
    Instructor: Kelly Barnett
    AM Half Day: 9:00 to 11:45 a.m. 
    Full Day: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • KINDERGARTEN

    SAILING THE SEVEN SEAS
    Summer is the perfect time to set sail on an adventure across the sparkling seas! Campers will stay on land, but their imaginations will sail away as they explore life in the ocean including marine animals, underwater plants, ocean geography, sailboats, ships, and more. Come read, play, and learn with us as we sail the seven seas!
    Instructor: Cori Juncker
    Full Day: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • GRADE 1- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    ARCTIC ANIMALS
    Get ready for an adventure in the Arctic! During this class we'll be learning all about the chilly polar region including how cold it really gets and what the frosty weather is like for the people who live there. During this session, we'll be studying the many animals that call the Arctic home including the polar bear, arctic fox, walrus, snowy owls and more! Join us on this chilly adventure!
    Instructor: Paige Kitching

    TALES OF BEATRIX POTTER
    Enter the wonderful world of Beatrix Potter and her delightful tales featuring animals, including The Tale of Peter Rabbit and The Tale of Tom Kitten.  We will immerse ourselves in these magical writings and beautiful illustrations, all deeply influenced by fairies, fairy tales and fantasy. 
    Instructor: Kelly Brennan
  • GRADE 1- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    WILD WORLD OF WEATHER
    Get ready to think like a Meteorologist! During this session, we will study the weather, seasons, clouds and water cycle. We will even take a dive into learning about extreme weather conditions! Campers will learn all about the weather through research, engaging activities and hands-on experiments. Learning about the weather has never been so much fun!
    Instructor: Paige Kitching

    SPACE MATTERS
    Buckle your seatbelts as we blast off into outer space!  Campers will become astronauts who explore the universe and learn about the solar system while creating out-of-this world artistic creations.  Join us as we reach for the stars!
    Instructor: Kelly Brennan
  • GRADES 2 & 3- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    IGNITING WRITING
    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 interactive 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. Students will become aspiring authors as they turn their words and ideas into stories, and get to share their creative creations with fellow classmates.
    Instructor: Melissa Diaz-Trejo

    MATH MADNESS
    Summer is the perfect time to practice our math skills in a fun, relaxed environment! Campers will calculate, measure, and solve their way to summer fun in a variety of hands-on engaging projects. Through collaborating and playing games, students will gain confidence in their math skills and learn new strategies to take with them into the new school year. Taking inspiration from many subjects such as art, geography, sports, and everyday life, students will explore grade-level math concepts and sharpen their skills all throughout this two-week session. Come join us for some thrilling Math Madness! 
    Instructor: Dani Shapiro
  • GRADES 2 & 3- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    CREATIVE OUTLETS
    This class will be a fun way for students to bring their creative ideas to life using a variety of materials and modalities. Students will generate ideas and work together to plan a design for bringing them to life. Some students will build a prototype, others will write a song or short play, while still others may choose to express their creativity through art by drawing, painting, or sculpting from clay. Students will gain experience with public speaking as they present their creative masterpieces to the class. Join us and let the creative sparks fly! 
    Instructor: Melissa Diaz-Trejo

    SUMMER SPORTS FUN 
    Let's have some fun this summer learning the fundamentals and getting practice in some of our favorite sports! Campers will learn the rules and basics of each sport, and get coaching from one of our Pegasus coaches, Mrs. Senoni, in a variety of sports including soccer, pickleball, volleyball and other fun games and activities. Collaboration, teamwork, sportsmanship, and kindness will be emphasized throughout the session along with the in's and out's of how each game works and to have fun doing it. Note: please send your camper with a refillable water bottle and apply sunscreen each day to protect them from the summer sun. We hope to see you this summer!
    Instructor: Taylor Senoni
  • GRADES 4 & 5- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    NOVEL STUDY: FRAMED!
    Can you solve this thrilling mystery? Campers will explore the mystery genre, conduct literary analysis, and work on a number of hands-on projects inspired by the exciting story of “Framed!” by James Ponti. This book is full of adventure, unforgettable characters, and old-fashioned sleuthing that turn campers into great detectives. Get ready for a great session that will both thrill you and sharpen your reading and writing skills!
    Instructor: Jeannie Kim

    SUMMER SPORTS FUN 
    Let's have some fun this summer learning the fundamentals and getting practice in some of our favorite sports! Campers will learn the rules and basics of each sport, and get coaching from one of our Pegasus coaches, Mrs. Senoni, in a variety of sports including soccer, pickleball, volleyball and other fun games and activities. Collaboration, teamwork, sportsmanship, and kindness will be emphasized throughout the session along with the in's and out's of how each game works and to have fun doing it. Note: please send your camper with a refillable water bottle and apply sunscreen each day to protect them from the summer sun. We hope to see you this summer!
    Instructor: Taylor Senoni
  • GRADES 4 & 5- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    WONDERS OF THE WORLD
    Join us as we study famous ancient, natural, and new Wonders of the World including Mount Everest, The Great Barrier Reef, the Colosseum, Machu Pichu, Victoria Falls, and more! Learn the history of these destinations and landmarks and what makes them so intriguing to the world. Campers will sharpen their reading, writing, art, and science skills as they research these places, collaborate on projects inspired by them, and share what they’ve learned with the class. 
    Instructor: Jeannie Kim

    MATH MADNESS
    Summer is the perfect time to practice our math skills in a fun, relaxed environment! Campers will calculate, measure, and solve their way to summer fun in a variety of hands-on engaging projects. Through collaborating and playing games, students will gain confidence in their math skills and learn new strategies to take with them into the new school year. Taking inspiration from many subjects such as art, geography, sports, and everyday life, students will explore grade-level math concepts and sharpen their skills all throughout this two-week session. Come join us for some thrilling Math Madness! 
    Instructor: Dani Shapiro
  • GRADES 6-8- AM CLASS OPTIONS

    MATH APPLICATIONS (MATHEMATICAL MODELING)
    This interactive and technology-integrated math program will improve your math skills without noticing. Use various tools to solve math problems and create your own mathematical model. Essentially, you’ll be creating your own complex real life “word problems”and solving them!
    Instructor: Cameron Baird

    JUNK WARS
    What do you know about Rube Goldberg and MacGyver?  We will create, improvise, build and invent.  This class will foster an understanding of proportion and balance while learning the basic principles of engineering.  Create a contraption that will send a marble down a chute,  build a tin can robot that will really work.  There is no limit to the places your imagination can take you.
    Instructor: Kari Daniel
  • GRADES 6-8- PM CLASS OPTIONS

    GENIUS HOUR
    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. 
    Instructor: Cameron Baird

    WOODSHOP 101: BUILDING WORKSHOP 
    Woodworking teaches skills for planning, measuring, and the use of basic carpentry tools. What will you create? A pinball machine, catapult, a willow whistle, derby car,  a bench or… Students will also use reclaimed wood, branches, twigs and other found items to create their masterpiece. 
    Instructor: Kari Daniel

The Pegasus School

19692 Lexington Lane, Huntington Beach, CA 92646
Tel: 714-964-1224 |  Fax: 714- 962-6047
info@thepegasusschool.org
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.