Senior Blazer (Girls entering Grades 3-6)
Fill your summer itinerary with Trinity fun! Every day campers will get a new stamp in their passport while experiencing the empowerment of the Trinity single-gender environment and building relationships with others! In addition to the integrated curricular learning experiences, campers will begin or end the day by letting off summer steam in Trinity’s Health and Fitness Center!
Week 1: June 19-22 and Week 2: June 26-29
$175 per week. (Includes all supplies, transportation, camp shirt, and snack).
Camps run from 8:30AM – noon each day with unstructured time from 8-8:30AM and 12-12:30 PM for drop-off and pick-up Monday – Thursday.
Week 1: June 19-22 (SOLD OUT)
Monday – Science Explorations! Journey into the world of horticulture by building your own Fairy Garden. Create your own version of an enchanted forest while learning about the science of succulents and flowering plants!
Tuesday – Artistic Expressions! Campers with create 3-dimensional mixed media sculptures inspired by your favorite song! Each camper will want to bring the lyrics for their chosen song for inspiration. We will create a symbolic, colorful self-portrait with so many fun materials!
Wednesday – Service Experiences! As a Sinsinawa Dominican sponsored school, every Trinity student is expected to make service part of her life and impact society by participating in the global community. The students in this camp will give back creating no-sew blankets for those suffering with cancer and traveling to a location to volunteer for those less fortunate (location to be determined in early June based on camp attendance.)
Thursday – World Languages! Expand your horizons with Foreign Language experiences and food tastings from around the world.
Week 2: June 26-29 (SOLD OUT)
Monday – Science Explorations! Solve a mystery using Forensic Science! Learn about the tools used by Forensic Scientists to analyze data to solve mysteries, including Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Tuesday – Artistic Expressions! Melt colored plastic into organic shapes that catch and reflect light while suspended from mobile arms that move with air current. We will look at the work of Dale Chihuly and Alexander Calder for inspiration.
Wednesday – Service Experiences! As a Sinsinawa Dominican sponsored school, every Trinity student is expected to make service part of her life and impact society by participating in the global community. Girls will spend the day serving those who have served our country. A guest speaker will share the life of being member of the military. Camp participants will culminate their day by delivering well needed supplies to a local veteran’s home.
Thursday – Literature Immersion! Live a day in the life of a good book. Travel back to the days of the American Prairie after a lively book discussion (grade level appropriate; to be determined by camp registration results).
No camp refunds are issued after May 15th, 2017