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Summer Camps for students in grades 7-12
Registration for the camps begins March 25.
Note: Two camps originally advertised for Warren County Educational Service Center (WCESC) have been moved. We are bringing the Comedy and Photography camps to the King Academy Community School in downtown Cincinnati. We apologize to those who were hoping to attend these camps at the WCESC. We are offering all four camps in Butler County, and will still have the Guitar and Waterbotics camps at the WCESC
Camps are being held in three locations:
Butler County Educational Service Center
Click here to Regsiter for a Butler County ESC camp
Digital Photography Summer Camp, June 17 - June 21, 9:00 AM - Noon
"What's So Funny?" Comedy Camp, June 24 - June 28, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Guitar Building Camp, July 8 - July 12, 9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Waterbotics STEM camp, July 15 - July 19, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Warren County Educational Service Center
Click here to Register for a Warren County ESC camp
"What's So Funny?" Comedy Camp, Moved to King Academy (see note above)
Guitar Building Camp, June 24 - June 28, 9:00 AM - Noon
Waterbotics STEM camp, July 8 - July 12, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Digital Photography Summer Camp, Moved to King Academy (see note above)
King Academy Community School
Camps at King Academy are being held as a special partnership. Registration for these camps is currently closed
"What's So Funny?" Comedy Camp, June 17 - June 21, 9:00 AM - Noon
Digital Photography Summer Camp, July 15 - July 19, 9:00 AM - Noon
$75.00 per week | Grades 7 - 12
Join us this summer to learn about the Art of Photography and the Joys of Photoshop! This five half-day camp will explore the wonders of the camera, the complexities of composition, and the crafting of outrageous digitally altered images. * Students must provide their own camera. Outside class work is required.
Taught by Sinclair Art faculty Benjamin Hobbs. Lunch is not provided. Limited to 20 students.
“What’s so Funny”? Comedy Camp
$75.00 per week | Grades 7 - 12
This will be a look at comedy through the ages. What makes us laugh? Do people from different cultures laugh at the same things? What did Ancient Greeks think was funny? What did Shakespeare do to get people to laugh? What do some of the best comics of today do? We will focus primarily on PG-rated material , but campers – and parents – must be comfortable with scatological humor references, Shakespeare is full of them!
Taught by Sinclair Communications, Theatre & Dance faculty, Liz Eichler. Lunch is not provided. Limited to 20 students.
$125 per week | Grades 10 - 12
Students will have fun learning math, science and technology skills by designing and building aquatic Lego robots and solving four design challenges.
Taught by full time Sinclair Automation & Control Technology faculty, Paul Lawrence. Lunch provided. Limited to 20 students.
$180 per week | Grades 9 - 12
Students will build (and keep) their own electric guitar from a kit, learning along the way how everyday math and science concepts apply to the guitar. Students will also receive playing instructions, and will perform together at the end of the week. Taught by Sinclair Guitar Lab technician Matt Mongin and guitarist Robert Brown.
No lunch provided. Limited to 20 students.
Note for Guitar Campers - we are able to provide a discount on the purchase of small practice amplifiers ($40) and guitar cables ($8). Here is a link to a description of the Cort CM10G amplifier. If you do not already have an amp at home, you will want one for your new guitar. To purchase an amp and cable, please contact Chris Hubbard (see contact information below). Payment will be due during the camp.
For more information, please contact Chris Hubbard at 513-339-1212 x5507 or firstname.lastname@example.org.