SUMMER CAMPS - 2013
Riding Camp (for boys and girls)
Summer Investigators Science Camp
Summer Ballet Dance Camp
Session I / July 7 - 20, 2013 / Camp for girls, ages 12 - 16
Session II / July 21 - 27, 2013 / Camp for girls, ages 9 - 12
Session III / July 30 - August 3 / Camp for boys, ages 10 - 16
Join us for an excellent riding and residential experience packed with fun-filled activities to help you learn to ride and improve your riding skills.
For more information contact James Morris, Director of Riding - email@example.com
SUMMER INVESTIGATORS SCIENCE CAMP
July 14 - 26, 2013
Girls grades 6 - 8
Dennis Oliver, our Head of Science, brings his acclaimed summer program to Chatham Hall this summer. Make use of the school's state of the art facilities while integrating the areas of science, mathematics, and computer technology into a real-life experience where students assume the roles of forensic investigators as they solve a mock crime.
CHATHAM HALL SUMMER BALLET DANCE PROGRAM
June 10 – 14, 2013
Girls grades 6 – 8 (morning session) and
Girls grades 8 - 10 (afternoon session)
Half day sessions are offered for beginner/intermediate (morning session) and intermediate/advanced (afternoon session) led by Brittany Jackson – Chatham Hall’s Director of Dance. She received her B.A. from Denison University in Dance and English literature. She has studied dance extensively at schools around the country, focusing her work on classical ballet, contemporary, and improvisation.
For more information please contact Brittany Jackson – firstname.lastname@example.org
SUSTAINABILITY SUMMER CAMP
July 7 - 13, 2013
Girls grades 6 - 9
There's an incredible infrastructure supporting the American lifestyle--the details of which we often take for granted. Sustainability Camp explores our food and energy sources through hands-on, dynamic learning. We will look behind the curtain to explore the distribution networks that stock our grocery shelves and trace the path electricity takes to our front door. This new addition to Chatham Hall's summer camp offerings will show students how fun and important environmental awareness can be, engender in them a sense of ownership in the world that supports us, and encourage a deep, enduring respect for the environment.
To contact the camp's director, environmental science and biology teacher Amy Davis, please write to - email@example.com