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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Summer Remediation 2016 - Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School
Students who earned D or F grades in either semester of the 2015-2016 school year may be required to remediate those grades in order to move to the next course in the sequence, receive graduation units, and/or remain eligible for college admissions. SJND offers summer remediation on campus through online course providers in a supervised learning environment. Students have the option to work with academic content tutors and receive personalized attention and course management from the Summer Academics Coordinator and staff. For those who need to take a second remediation course, we strongly recommend finishing one before starting the second. However, students will have the option to be registered for both courses at the same time. 510-523-1526
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Eau Claire Ymca Camp Manitou
 
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10.31 Miles
Address:
700 Graham Ave, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54701
Camp Manitou: located on the shores of beautiful Long Lake, Chippewa county. Campers experience nature, teamwork, life ling skills and camping memories.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking,...
Lake Wapogasset Lutheran Bible Camp
 
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56.28 Miles
Address:
738 Hickory Point Ln, Amery, Wisconsin 54001
Beautiful lake setting. All ages in all seasons. Cultural, leadership, family, youth camping in a Christian environment.
Activities: Canoeing, Farming/Ranching/Gardening, Horseback Riding (Western), Leadership Development, Religious Study, Team...
Luther Dell Lutheran Bible Camp
 
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56.28 Miles
Address:
738 Hickory Point Ln, Amery, Wisconsin 54001
Welcome to (A Place of Growth). Luther Dell offers a great opportunity to spiritually grow through our rustic setting, beautiful wildlife & Boy Lake...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Leadership Development, Music, Religious...
Ox Lake Lutheran Bible Camp
 
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56.28 Miles
Address:
738 Hickory Point Ln, Amery, Wisconsin 54001
International Village campers welcomed to a multi-cultural learning experience in God's family without leaving the United States.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Bicycling/Biking, Canoeing, Horseback Riding (Western), International Culture, Religious...
Wilderness Canoe Base
 
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56.28 Miles
Address:
738 Hickory Point Ln, Amery, Wisconsin 54001
Nurturing Christ centered identity through wilderness experience.
Activities: Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Community Service, Hiking, Leadership Development,...
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Chippewa Falls, WI Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

April Teen Night - Excelsior, MN
We're excited to bring bring back monthly Teen Nights in 2016! Teen Night is for anyone interested in spending some fun, wacky, creative time at your home away from home - Tanadoona! These events are FREE but please register in advance so we have enough food and supplies for everyone! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jblgE3Ug3Z_T-Z-j6yB9srrhV4wj_tesIi3EimRZsi0/viewform?c=0&w=1

Teen Republic - Pomfret Center, CT
For all teens in grades 9-12 We will have snacks and drinks & will be working on leadership skills & friendship

Lake Ann Teen Camp 2016 - Washington, MI
For incoming 6th-completing 12th Grade. Get a head start and get all your registration info in. It is going to be an amazing week!. For more info, including financial help, contact the camp at (231) 275-7329. Get your early bird registration in before March 15th. Summer will be here before you know it. Parents once you have registered with the camp please give Stoney a call to get your teen on the bus. Remember there is an addition charge for the charter bus and the extra night we stay of $75. Call the church at (586) 781-2266 for more info about that.

Kid's Sports Camp - Delta, CO
For kids entering 1st-5th grades. Cost is only $15 and includes snacks and a shirt. Camp will be held June 8-11, from 9-11:30AM at Delta Hight School (1400 Pioneer Road.) Space is limited to the first 75 kids to register. You can register online at gracedelta.org and click the "Sports Camp Registration" button. For more info call 970-399-3100.

16th Annual Youth Activism Gathering - South China, ME
A three day youth led event for people to come together and educate one another on organizing, activism and social change. Workshops, music, great food and more in an affirming space for all. Here's the schedule so far for this year. We'll keep updating it as more workshops are confirmed! Day One: 11:00: Arrival 12:00: Snacks, Meet and Greet 1:00-2:20: Opening and Ice Breakers 2:30-4:00: Safer Sex with Quinn from Mid-Coast Queer Collective Maine Students for Climate Justice Workshop 4:10-5:40: LBTQ Women/Women Aligned People’s Space with Olivia from Pine Tree Youth Organizing and Maine Students for Climate Justice Health-care/self-care workshop Maine Students for Climate Justice Retreat Space 6:00-7:00: Dinner 7:30: Open Mic Day Two: 7:30-8:30: Breakfast 8:30-8:50: Opening and Icebreaker 9:00-10:30: Islamophobia with the Lewiston High School Civil Rights Team 10:40-12:10: Ray Luc: Can't Jail the Spirit: Political Prisoners, Mass Incarceration and the Question of Abolition ...

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Read, Read, Read - Bolles Whitehurst Campus
Challenge your young reader through a variety of games which will improve sight word skills, phonics, comprehension and sequencing skills. This class is designed to encourage young readers to learn new sills in a fun environment! Taught by Mrs. Selock. 904-256-5071

Broadway Studio 1 (Grades K-1) - WED - Casa Mañana Rehearsal Studio
• Beginner level • Technique focus • Instructors: Jennie Godfrey • Class length: 1 hour • Semester Long • Class cost: $365 (plus $25 registration fee) For students with little to no previous musical theatre experience and who have already begun elementary school. Students will learn basic choreography, vocal performance, and stage presence skills. This class also prepares aspiring performers for the expectations of becoming young, professional actors, and they will rehearse for and perform a song and scene from the Broadway musical, "Matilda." 817-321-5040

2016 Advanced Sports Medicine Camp - Athletic Training Center
By popular demand, Stanford Sports Medicine will be offering an advanced Sports Medicine Summer Camp this year for students with background in sports medicine. Come learn first hand from some of the best clinicians in the world. Students will learn the integration of cutting edge approaches to injury prevention, rehabilitation, and athletic performance. Located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, see firsthand how advanced technologies positively impact injury recovery and training. Recommended for high school students interested in sports medicine or a career in athletic training. Students should have experience in a sports medicine program, have attended the basic camp, or have attended the 2015 camp. Camp is open to any and all entrants who meet the above criteria (limited only by number and grade level). 800-357-7687

Family Camp - CU South Campus Tennis Center
An activity for Mum, Dad and the kids to participate in and discover the Sport of a Lifetime with your family! Nightly sessions will cover the basics and also provide parents with activities and drills to do with their children which will allow them to play and enjoy the sport of tennis. This is an opportunity for all ages and all levels! Come on out and have fun together! Each session is 1.5 hours long. | NEW OFFER THIS YEAR! Would you like to keep the memories alive of your son or daughters experience at tennis camp? This year we are offering the option to purchase a thumbdrive of at least 30 photos of your child playing and being involved in tennis camp activities. The price is $20 and sales tax is included. Please choose this option and it will be included in your order. 303-817-8743

Stranger than Fiction SUMMIT - MONDO Summit
Our lives are filled with great stories. Make believe is fun, but nothing is more powerful or fascinating than real life. Or at least, it can be, if you know where to look and how to write with attitude, flair, and honesty. Through four types of nonfiction storytelling—the interview, the review, the essay, and the memoir—this class will explore each writers unique voice and perspective on our world. What is funny, surreal, and important to you? What gets your goat? What cant you believe? Sometimes, the difference between a boring story and one thats inspiring and hilarious isnt what you write about, but how. 9739000415.0

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