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Summer Camps


June 19-23: Math- Data Analysis

Math: Data Analysis in the Real World 

 Students will review math skills (multiplication, division, equations, percentages, and fractions) , learn about statistics, design a statistical analysis project, and go to Six-Flags Elitches to poll people  and collect Data.. Students will return to campus to crunch the numbers, run regressions, and check for correlations. On the last day students will share their findings. 

 Monday: Review Math Skills & Learn about data analysis. Budget the trip.

 Tuesday: Drive to Denver, Denver Mint, Casa Bonita, Museum,  Sleep hotel

Wednesday: Six Flags, Collect Data & Ride Rides, drive home

Thursday: Enter the data into a spreadsheet, analyze the numbers

 Friday: Library Visit, create graphs, share data on a poster, poster presentations

Highlights: 15 hours of math, Budgeting, Denver Mint, Casa Bonita, Six Flags: Eliches, Spreadsheets, 

COST: $250

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June 26-30 Reading & Hiking

Reading: " Zen On The Trail" 


Students will spend the week reading, discussing, and hiking to beautiful places. Students will hike up Lone Cabin, and will summit and camp on a 14er. 

Monday : Summer Reading, Reading skills, Lone Cabin hike, organizing & packing skills                

Tuesday  : Reading  out Loud, Prep for 14er hike


Wednesday: Silent Reading & Annotation skills, Hike a 14er, camp out

Thursday : Summarize, Analyze, and Synthesize, hike out

Friday: Final Reading Day, Picnic Lunch & Discussion

Highlights: 15 hours of Reading & group discussions, Camping,  Hiking, participate in summer reading 

COST: $250

  July 10-14: Photography & Journalism 

Journalism & Photography


Monday:  Interviews*, Ethics, Ice Cream Shop* & Portraits Basics 

Tuesday:  Stand Up Paddle-board Trip*, writing with the 5 senses,   


Wednesday:   What makes news?  Delicious Orchards*, North fork Pool*

Thursday:    Nature Connection* & Writing Articles & picking pictures

Friday: Library, editing, fact checking, Layout, and print!

Highlights: 10 hours of writing experience, 5 hours of photography experience, learn about teen employment opportunities, SUP trip, Swimming Pool trip, getting published

COST: $250

  July 17 - 21 Healthy Academic Habits

Study Skills

This week will focus on growth mindset, and will use the Big Life Journal. Students will practice listening skills, note-taking skills, emotional regulation, and organization.  

Monday: Listening Skills & Note-taking skills- Visit Museum

Tuesday: Creative & Critical Thinking- Creativity challenges and puzzles

Wednesday: Organization, paying attention, staying organized: Trip to  Glenwood

Thursday: Planning ahead, reading & writing tips,  Games

Friday:  Communication, Black Cat Pizza for lunch,  summarizing what you have learned

Highlights: 15 hours of study skills, Budgeting, Grand Junction Museum, Glenwood Springs, Receive a Big Life Journal, 

COST: $250

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