5th Grade

SPECIAL NOTE
Camps for the following week will be taken offline at noon on Thursdays in order to prepare rosters and escorting between camps for the following week. Please bring your carpool tag with you for pick-up.

Camps

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  • 2D Game Programming (Week 5)

    In this class students will create 2D games using Gamemaker software which is a professional software used to create commercial games. GameMaker allows students to build and make their own games using blocks in combination with a sandboxed scripting language known as Game Maker Language, which can be used to develop more advanced games that could not be created just by using the drag and drop features. GameMaker is the perfect class if you are interested in going beyond just playing video games, and you want to learn how they are made. Along with learning how to create your own game, you will learn professional concepts and vocabulary used by programmers and game developers.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • 2D Game Programming (Week 9)

    In this class students will create 2D games using Gamemaker software which is a professional software used to create commercial games. GameMaker allows students to build and make their own games using blocks in combination with a sandboxed scripting language known as Game Maker Language, which can be used to develop more advanced games that could not be created just by using the drag and drop features. GameMaker is the perfect class if you are interested in going beyond just playing video games, and you want to learn how they are made. Along with learning how to create your own game, you will learn professional concepts and vocabulary used by programmers and game developers.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • 2D Graphics & Animations (Week 8)

    In this camp students will create 2D Graphics and Animations using Gimp Software. Students will use the tools available in Gimp to make their own characters, objects, backgrounds, and components for future or current games. Students will get the opportunity to make their own art using gimp through different hands on activities, projects, and tasks set by the teacher. Students will practice both creating their own unique components as well as editing already created graphics to learn how to customize or create the art they want. You don't have to be born an artist to make art with Gimp.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • 2D Graphics & Animations (Week 10)

    In this camp students will create 2D Graphics and Animations using Gimp Software. Students will use the tools available in Gimp to make their own characters, objects, backgrounds, and components for future or current games. Students will get the opportunity to make their own art using gimp through different hands on activities, projects, and tasks set by the teacher. Students will practice both creating their own unique components as well as editing already created graphics to learn how to customize or create the art they want. You don't have to be born an artist to make art with Gimp.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Acts of Kindness: 3rd - 5th (Week 8)

    This week in camp we will learn about each other and what makes each of us unique, talented, giving, and special. We will show kindness to different organizations throughout the week. Charities such as Scottish Rite Hospital or Children’s Medical Center (making blankets), The Birthday Party Project (helping give homeless children birthday parties), Operation Kindness (making toys, walking, and reading to homeless animals), Addison Police/Fire Department or the Austin Street Shelter (making sandwiches and kindness notes).
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Gabby Moscetta (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Acts of Kindness: 3rd - 5th (Week 9)

    This week in camp we will learn about each other and what makes each of us unique, talented, giving, and special. We will show kindness to different organizations throughout the week. Charities such as Scottish Rite Hospital or Children’s Medical Center (making blankets), The Birthday Party Project (helping give homeless children birthday parties), Operation Kindness (making toys, walking, and reading to homeless animals), Addison Police/Fire Department or the Austin Street Shelter (making sandwiches and kindness notes).
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Gabby Moscetta (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • All Sports (Week 8)

    This exciting camp provides an opportunity for boys and girls to participate in a variety of sports. Emphasis will be placed on learning the fundamentals and strategies in soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, volleyball, swimming, floor hockey and much, much more. Players will be grouped by age, gender and skill level. No student knows too much or too little to enjoy this fun-filled camp that stresses knowledge, skill development and appreciation of sports. Additionally, we will take field trips to other facilities to challenge our skill levels by swinging at golf balls at the driving range or cooling off watching a sport movie at the local theater. Required equipment: swimsuit and towel.
    Grades:2nd - 7th
    Instructor:Herman Card (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$330
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • All Sports (Week 9)

    This exciting camp provides an opportunity for boys and girls to participate in a variety of sports. Emphasis will be placed on learning the fundamentals and strategies in soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, volleyball, swimming, floor hockey and much, much more. Players will be grouped by age, gender and skill level. No student knows too much or too little to enjoy this fun-filled camp that stresses knowledge, skill development and appreciation of sports. Additionally, we will take field trips to other facilities to challenge our skill levels by swinging at golf balls at the driving range or cooling off watching a sport movie at the local theater. Required equipment: swimsuit and towel.
    Grades:2nd - 7th
    Instructor:Herman Card (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$330
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Anatomy Facts (Week 5)

    Do you know how fast the nerve signal travels through the body? Can you imagine that a human cell’s DNA, if stretched out, totals about 3 meters in length? Would you believe that our heart moves about 2000 gallons per day? Join us for one-of-a-kind day camp where we gain hands-on experience about human body creating models of cells, organs, and systems.
    Grades:5th - 6th
    Instructor:Olga Langley (Greenhill School, Substitute Teacher)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Animations & Programming (Week 6)

    This class uses the Alice programming language. Noted for its ease and simplicity, Alice was designed at Carnegie Mellon for use in introductory programming classes in high school and college as a way to teach programming theory without the complex semantics. Alice uses a drag and drops environment to create computer animations using 3D models. Users can place objects from Alice's gallery into a virtual world of their own creation, and then they can program by dragging and dropping tiles that represent logical structures. Students learn basic programming theory, computational thinking, debugging techniques, and other fundamental programming skills.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$165
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Art & Sole & Unique Crafts (Week 8)

    We’ll provide the bling, paint, glitter, glue and shoe strings. Your part – come to camp with a creative mind, wild imagination and artistic willingness to design a one-of-a-kind creation. Spend the week learning how to transform an ordinary, white canvas shoe, tote bag or headband into a personalized piece of art. We’ll research creations online before drawing our own detailed, design on paper and transferring them to other materials. In addition, we’ll design and make bracelets, bows, necklaces, and headbands, Please bring a white canvas pair of shoes with you on Monday.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Nicole Jones (Dallas ISD)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Basketball (Week 5)

    Our Basketball Camp is based on a few simple philosophies. We believe athletes should enjoy a lot of game play—each camper has three league games per day. Students need to have a basketball in their hands frequently—our campers have two sessions of ball handling and dribble-move work daily. Campers will receive focused daily instruction on two major fundamentals, rather than scratching the surface with multiple fundamentals, to create more positive results. In addition to game play, our campers participate in an individual skills contest and in a weeklong team skills competition.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructor:Joey Sims (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Beading Galore: 4th - 6th (Week 5)

    Grab a friend and join us for a wonderful week of beading galore. We’ll create your very own wearable friendship bracelets, necklaces, and even anklets. We’ll do some basic bead stringing, memory wire, bracelets, and necklaces. This class will spark your imagination and bring out your creative side.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructor:Isela Cabral (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Biking & Recreation Swimming: Beginners (Week 5)

    Bike Camp will improve your skills as you ride around the paths of Greenhill School and the bike trails of Addison. We will take time each day to cool off in the indoor pool. If your child cannot swim a length of the pool, they will wear a floatation belt. Please pack a snacks and a refillable water bottle. Campers need a bike and a helmet, swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. The bikes will be stored on-campus during the camp and locked up at night. Please have your bike inspected by Richardson Bike Mart or your local shop for safety before attending.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Amanda Clarke & Experienced Instructors
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$200
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Biking & Recreation Swimming: Beginners (Week 6)

    Bike Camp will improve your skills as you ride around the paths of Greenhill School and the bike trails of Addison. We will take time each day to cool off in the indoor pool. If your child cannot swim a length of the pool, they will wear a floatation belt. Please pack a snacks and a refillable water bottle. Campers need a bike and a helmet, swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. The bikes will be stored on-campus during the camp and locked up at night. Please have your bike inspected by Richardson Bike Mart or your local shop for safety before attending.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Amanda Clarke & Experienced Instructors
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$160
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Biking & Recreation Swimming: Beginners (Week 7)

    Bike Camp will improve your skills as you ride around the paths of Greenhill School and the bike trails of Addison. We will take time each day to cool off in the indoor pool. If your child cannot swim a length of the pool, they will wear a floatation belt. Please pack a snacks and a refillable water bottle. Campers need a bike and a helmet, swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. The bikes will be stored on-campus during the camp and locked up at night. Please have your bike inspected by Richardson Bike Mart or your local shop for safety before attending.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Amanda Clarke & Experienced Instructors
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$200
    Registration:FULL
  • Biking & Recreation Swimming: Beginners (Week 8)

    Bike Camp will improve your skills as you ride around the paths of Greenhill School and the bike trails of Addison. We will take time each day to cool off in the indoor pool. If your child cannot swim a length of the pool, they will wear a floatation belt. Please pack a snacks and a refillable water bottle. Campers need a bike and a helmet, swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. The bikes will be stored on-campus during the camp and locked up at night. Please have your bike inspected by Richardson Bike Mart or your local shop for safety before attending.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Amanda Clarke & Experienced Instructors
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$200
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Biking & Recreation Swimming: Beginners (Week 10)

    Bike Camp will improve your skills as you ride around the paths of Greenhill School and the bike trails of Addison. We will take time each day to cool off in the indoor pool. If your child cannot swim a length of the pool, they will wear a floatation belt. Please pack a snacks and a refillable water bottle. Campers need a bike and a helmet, swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. The bikes will be stored on-campus during the camp and locked up at night. Please have your bike inspected by Richardson Bike Mart or your local shop for safety before attending.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Amanda Clarke & Experienced Instructors
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$200
    Registration:FULL
  • Biking & Recreation Swimming: Beginners (Week 11)

    Bike Camp will improve your skills as you ride around the paths of Greenhill School and the bike trails of Addison. We will take time each day to cool off in the indoor pool. If your child cannot swim a length of the pool, they will wear a floatation belt. Please pack a snacks and a refillable water bottle. Campers need a bike and a helmet, swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. The bikes will be stored on-campus during the camp and locked up at night. Please have your bike inspected by Richardson Bike Mart or your local shop for safety before attending.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Amanda Clarke & Experienced Instructors
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$200
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Biking & Recreation Swimming: Intermediate (Week 9)

    Bike Camp will improve your skills as you ride around the paths of Greenhill School and the bike trails of Addison. We will take time each day to cool off in the indoor pool. If your child cannot swim a length of the pool, they will wear a floatation belt. Please pack a snacks and a refillable water bottle. Campers need a bike and a helmet, swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. The bikes will be stored on-campus during the camp and locked up at night. Please have your bike inspected by Richardson Bike Mart or your local shop for safety before attending.
    Grades:4th - 7th
    Instructors:Amanda Clarke & Experienced Instructors
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$200
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Bonjour! French Language Awareness (Week 7)

    Discover and immerse yourself in a French-speaking environment. Learn your first words or practice your French through playful and educational activities each day! We will make learning French a game and a thrilling experience! Camps are open and intended for all levels of proficiency. A bientôt! Content and activities will be adapted to campers age.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Alliance Française de Dallas
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Camp Bow Wow (Week 5)

    Does your child love dogs? Do you have a family dog or hope to adopt one in the near future? This camp is all about dogs! Camp topics include dog safety, responsible pet care, meet the breeds, and pet adoption. Campers will also make doggie treats and toys for their canine friends. Special four-legged and two-legged guest speakers and a field trip to a local animal shelter are included.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Nate Griggs '09 & Brittany Johnson '09 (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Camp Half-Blood (Week 5)

    Who would win a fight between Medusa and the Minotaur? Just how big is a Titan? Join us to answer these questions and to find adventure as we explore the world of Greek and Roman mythology, create our own mythology board games, build ancient Roman and Greek armor, and design new mythological monsters. Join us as we play, read great stories, and share our excitement for mythology!
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructor:Jason Gajderowicz, Ph.D. (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Camp Half-Blood (Week 8)

    Who would win a fight between Medusa and the Minotaur? Just how big is a Titan? Join us to answer these questions and to find adventure as we explore the world of Greek and Roman mythology, create our own mythology board games, build ancient Roman and Greek armor, and design new mythological monsters. Join us as we play, read great stories, and share our excitement for mythology!
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructor:Jason Gajderowicz, Ph.D. (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Camp I Can, Fitness: 3rd - 5th (Week 6)

    Camp I Can is designed to provide a safe and nurturing environment for young children with special needs who want to enjoy the experience of fun sports and fitness. The camp offers the support of specialized professionals and physical educators who are trained in adaptive techniques which encourage the children to engage, explore and enjoy their camp experience while having fun with their peers. We want each child to enjoy a true camp experience their peers are able to have by providing a ratio one coach to every three children. The camp will include basic skills introduction to at least five major sports which have published curriculum adapted to children who require additional support through equipment handling, staff involvement and techniques for engagement. The camp is paced with the children in mind to ensure they are having fun while learning. Sports will include golf, tennis, soccer, lacrosse, volleyball, flag football and others while incorporating fitness games and activities. The camp is structured to also incorporate art, reading, crafts and non-physical activities as often as required to stimulate continued interest.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$160
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Camp I Can, Fitness: 3rd - 5th (Week 11)

    Camp I Can is designed to provide a safe and nurturing environment for young children with special needs who want to enjoy the experience of fun sports and fitness. The camp offers the support of specialized professionals and physical educators who are trained in adaptive techniques which encourage the children to engage, explore and enjoy their camp experience while having fun with their peers. We want each child to enjoy a true camp experience their peers are able to have by providing a ratio one coach to every three children. The camp will include basic skills introduction to at least five major sports which have published curriculum adapted to children who require additional support through equipment handling, staff involvement and techniques for engagement. The camp is paced with the children in mind to ensure they are having fun while learning. Sports will include golf, tennis, soccer, lacrosse, volleyball, flag football and others while incorporating fitness games and activities. The camp is structured to also incorporate art, reading, crafts and non-physical activities as often as required to stimulate continued interest.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cheer Greenhill Style (Week 11)

    Go Hornets Go! Join the Greenhill cheerleaders for a spirited week of fun! Whether your goal is to be on the school squad or just hang out with your friends for a good time, this is the camp for you. Master simple stunts, learn the fundamentals of cheerleading, holler cheers and chants and learn correct techniques and safety. Campers will be grouped in squads according to age. We’ll finish with a pep rally for parents and friends!
    Grades:Kindergarten - 8th
    Instructors:Tracey Pugh (Greenhill School) & Greenhill Cheerleaders
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Chess Camp (Week 5)

    The North Texas Chess Academy offers a fun week of learning. Whether you have never played or had some experience, all students can benefit from the royal game. Chess teaches concentration, decision making, and is proven to benefit young minds. Students will be divided into small groups based on their experience and age. We emphasize the values of Respect, Enthusiasm, Determination, and Integrity...get R.E.D.I. to play! Begin a lifetime of learning with the North Texas Chess Academy this summer!
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Christopher Toolin (North Texas Chess Academy) & Guest Instructors
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Chess Camp (Week 6)

    The North Texas Chess Academy offers a fun week of learning. Whether you have never played or had some experience, all students can benefit from the royal game. Chess teaches concentration, decision making, and is proven to benefit young minds. Students will be divided into small groups based on their experience and age. We emphasize the values of Respect, Enthusiasm, Determination, and Integrity...get R.E.D.I. to play! Begin a lifetime of learning with the North Texas Chess Academy this summer!
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Christopher Toolin (North Texas Chess Academy) & Guest Instructors
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$150
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Chess Camp (Week 7)

    The North Texas Chess Academy offers a fun week of learning. Whether you have never played or had some experience, all students can benefit from the royal game. Chess teaches concentration, decision making, and is proven to benefit young minds. Students will be divided into small groups based on their experience and age. We emphasize the values of Respect, Enthusiasm, Determination, and Integrity...get R.E.D.I. to play! Begin a lifetime of learning with the North Texas Chess Academy this summer!
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Christopher Toolin (North Texas Chess Academy) & Guest Instructors
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Chess Camp (Week 8)

    The North Texas Chess Academy offers a fun week of learning. Whether you have never played or had some experience, all students can benefit from the royal game. Chess teaches concentration, decision making, and is proven to benefit young minds. Students will be divided into small groups based on their experience and age. We emphasize the values of Respect, Enthusiasm, Determination, and Integrity...get R.E.D.I. to play! Begin a lifetime of learning with the North Texas Chess Academy this summer!
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Christopher Toolin (North Texas Chess Academy) & Guest Instructors
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Chess Camp (Week 9)

    The North Texas Chess Academy offers a fun week of learning. Whether you have never played or had some experience, all students can benefit from the royal game. Chess teaches concentration, decision making, and is proven to benefit young minds. Students will be divided into small groups based on their experience and age. We emphasize the values of Respect, Enthusiasm, Determination, and Integrity...get R.E.D.I. to play! Begin a lifetime of learning with the North Texas Chess Academy this summer!
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructors:Christopher Toolin (North Texas Chess Academy) & Guest Instructors
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Chess Camp for Middle & Upper School (Week 10)

    The North Texas Chess Academy offers a fun week of learning. Whether you have never played or had some experience, all students can benefit from the royal game. Chess teaches concentration, decision making, proven to benefit young minds. Students will be divided into small groups based on their experience and age. We emphasize the values of Respect, Enthusiasm, Determination, and Integrity...get R.E.D.I. to play! Begin a lifetime of learning with the North Texas Chess Academy this summer!
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructors:Christopher Toolin (North Texas Chess Academy) & Professional Chess Instructors
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Chinese Character Art Decoration (Week 8)

    Join us for this unique Chinese art camp. We’ll draw easy and picture-like characters on mugs, scrolls, and poster to create decorations for your home or room. During the week, we’ll learn basic Chinese ink-blowing painting,origami, and 3D paper cutting to use in background of your work. You’ll learn basic Chinese daily conversations on how to greet people and express your feelings about your art work.
    Grades:5th - 9th
    Instructor:Yanhong Wang (RDH)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Chinese Character Art Decoration (Week 9)

    Join us for this unique Chinese art camp. We’ll draw easy and picture-like characters on mugs, scrolls, and poster to create decorations for your home or room. During the week, we’ll learn basic Chinese ink-blowing painting,origami, and 3D paper cutting to use in background of your work. You’ll learn basic Chinese daily conversations on how to greet people and express your feelings about your art work.
    Grades:5th - 9th
    Instructor:Yanhong Wang (RDH)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cookie Creations (Week 6)

    Do you love scrumptious, freshly-baked cookies? Have you always wanted to learn how to make some of your own? Then this is the camp for you! We will spend our time learning baking basics while creating delicious cookie creations. Students will take home a cookbook of their favorite recipes!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Nicole Jones (Dallas ISD)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$155
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cooking - Breakfast Basics (Week 5)

    Good Morning Summer on the Hill! Whip up your favorite breakfast classics with Mr. Andres in this all about morning treats camp. Waffles, pancakes, crepes, oh my! Each day we will craft beautiful dishes for early risers and hearty meals for heavy sleepers. Come one, come all, come hungry!
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:Miles Andres (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cooking - Can I Cook? (Week 5)

    Let’s adventure outside our everyday eats. In this camp, we will explore intriguing cuisines from around the world and the cultures that have brought us some things that we may not find in our kitchens. For those kids that are willing to try new things and learn new recipes, this is the camp for you.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:Miles Andres (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cooking - Estillo Latino! (Week 8)

    Have you ever wanted to make something yummy but you didn’t know how? Perfect for young chefs who want to learn a little bit about Latin food! We’ll make empanadas, arepas, tacos, dulces, and more! This is a great way to learn kitchen safety, teamwork, and how to get organized in the kitchen. Cook, bake and improvise at your own skill level. We eat what we make, so bring your appetite!
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Lina Thompson (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    CLICk HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cooking - Unicorn & Rainbow Delights (Week 5)

    Do you love scrumptious, freshly-baked cookies? Have you always wanted to learn how to make some of your own? Then this is the camp for you! We will spend our time learning baking basics while creating delicious cookie creations. Students will take home a cookbook of their favorite recipes!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Nicole Jones (Dallas ISD)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cooking - Unicorn & Rainbow Delights (Week 7)

    Do you love scrumptious, freshly-baked cookies? Have you always wanted to learn how to make some of your own? Then this is the camp for you! We will spend our time learning baking basics while creating delicious cookie creations. Students will take home a cookbook of their favorite recipes!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Nicole Jones (Dallas ISD)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cool Stuff in Middle School Science (Week 5)

    We will investigate science in the world around us, each day focusing on something different. On day one, we will use forensic analysis to solve a whodunit using light microscopy and pollen samples. Day two is a look at foods, from DNA in strawberries to the explosive potential of gummy bears. As a snack, we will make our own root beer. Days three and four produce some eye-popping chemistry demonstrations after students learn how to balance reactions. Finally, on day five we will look at physical properties, from seeing carbon dioxide in all three phases to calculating the density of objects and answering the question. Do bowling balls float?
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Mike Krueger (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Cool Stuff in Middle School Science (Week 8)

    We will investigate science in the world around us, each day focusing on something different. On day one, we will use forensic analysis to solve a whodunit using light microscopy and pollen samples. Day two is a look at foods, from DNA in strawberries to the explosive potential of gummy bears. As a snack, we will make our own root beer. Days three and four produce some eye-popping chemistry demonstrations after students learn how to balance reactions. Finally, on day five we will look at physical properties, from seeing carbon dioxide in all three phases to calculating the density of objects and answering the question. Do bowling balls float?
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Mike Krueger (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Debate Dynamics (Week 8)

    As a Middle School student, you will be immersed in the world of academic debate in a variety of fun and challenging formats, including SPAR debate, Student Congress, Public Forum, and World School Debate styles. We will debate current event topics and learn/refine basic skills for both public speaking and competitive debate. This is an ideal course for you to explore debate or for current debaters who want to review and practice skills.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Cindi Timmons (USA Debate, Team Manager)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$190
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Debate Dynamics (Week 9)

    As a Middle School student, you will be immersed in the world of academic debate in a variety of fun and challenging formats, including SPAR debate, Student Congress, Public Forum, and World School Debate styles. We will debate current event topics and learn/refine basic skills for both public speaking and competitive debate. This is an ideal course for you to explore debate or for current debaters who want to review and practice skills.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Cindi Timmons (USA Debate, Team Manager)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$190
    Registration:FULL
  • Discover Magic Black Wand Course (Week 6)

    Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to teleport objects across the room, find hidden magical treasures and levitate a cup of popcorn just to name a few. In this course, students will learn the three parts that make up a magic trick with a special focus on presentation, but more importantly, they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way that is guaranteed to unlock your child's potential and impact the rest of their life.
    Grades:2nd - 7th
    Instructors:Dal & Cinde Sanders (The Dallas Magic Academy)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$155
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Discover Magic Blue Wand Course (Week 9)

    Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to teleport objects across the room, find hidden magical treasures and levitate a cup of popcorn just to name a few. In this course, students will learn the three parts that make up a magic trick with a special focus on presentation, but more importantly, they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way that is guaranteed to unlock your child's potential and impact the rest of their life.
    Grades:2nd - 7th
    Instructors:Dal & Cinde Sanders (The Dallas Magic Academy)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$190
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Discover Magic Green Wand Course (Week 7)

    Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to cut a lady in half, give your friends superhero powers and make invisible objects appear in a magic pencil pouch just to name a few. In this course, students will not only learn 8 secrets of magic principles that make all magic tricks possible, but more importantly they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder, and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way that is guaranteed to unlock your child's potential and impact the rest of their life.
    Grades:2nd - 7th
    Instructors:Dal & Cinde Sanders (The Dallas Magic Academy)
    Date:June 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$190
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Discover Magic Orange Wand Course (Week 8)

    Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to teleport objects across the room, find hidden magical treasures and levitate a cup of popcorn just to name a few. In this course, students will learn the three parts that make up a magic trick with a special focus on presentation, but more importantly, they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way that is guaranteed to unlock your child's potential and impact the rest of their life.
    Grades:2nd - 7th
    Instructors:Dal & Cinde Sanders (The Dallas Magic Academy)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$190
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Discover Magic Purple Wand Course (Week 5)

    Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of Magic. Learn how to teleport objects across the room, find hidden magical treasures and levitate a cup of popcorn just to name a few. In this course, students will learn the three parts that make up a magic trick with a special focus on presentation, but more importantly, they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills. Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top-secret file folder and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in an online video vault. This life-changing program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way that is guaranteed to unlock your child's potential and impact the rest of their life.
    Grades:2nd - 7th
    Instructors:Dal & Cinde Sanders (The Dallas Magic Academy)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$190
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • DNA World (Week 5)

    This lab-intensive introductory course investigates the revolutionary techniques of DNA manipulation. Our study of the practical applications of biotechnology will include the following: “cutting” DNA and separating the pieces via gel electrophoresis; DNA fingerprinting and its uses in the courtroom; transforming bacteria to make them antibiotic resistant and able to glow in the dark; and the study of the central dogma of protein synthesis via a game called Molecular Genetics Bingo.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Mike Krueger (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • DNA World (Week 8)

    This lab-intensive introductory course investigates the revolutionary techniques of DNA manipulation. Our study of the practical applications of biotechnology will include the following: “cutting” DNA and separating the pieces via gel electrophoresis; DNA fingerprinting and its uses in the courtroom; transforming bacteria to make them antibiotic resistant and able to glow in the dark; and the study of the central dogma of protein synthesis via a game called Molecular Genetics Bingo.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Mike Krueger (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Dodgeball & P.E. Games (Week 7)

    Look out! That was close! If you love dodgeball and other PE games, then this is the camp for you. This fun-filled week will keep you healthy and in shape for the rest of the summer. But it’s not all just fun and games at this camp. During breaks we’ll discuss, two vital aspects of athletics: good sportsmanship and teamwork. We’ll spend a few days splashing in the pool to cool off.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructor:Janice LaMendola (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Time:9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$180
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Dodgeball & P.E. Games (Week 10)

    Look out! That was close! If you love dodgeball and other PE games, then this is the camp for you. This fun-filled week will keep you healthy and in shape for the rest of the summer. But it’s not all just fun and games at this camp. During breaks we’ll discuss, two vital aspects of athletics: good sportsmanship and teamwork. We’ll spend a few days splashing in the pool to cool off.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructor:Janice LaMendola (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Time:9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$180
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Drones in Flight (Week 7)

    Calling all Pilots! Drones is a great starter class for you to learn how to build and fly a drone. From rescue missions to racing, individually and in teams, you’ll learn the basics in maneuvering and possibly some programming to complete the tasks.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$250
    CLICk HERE TO REGISTER
  • Drones in Flight (Week 9)

    Calling all Pilots! Drones is a great starter class for you to learn how to build and fly a drone. From rescue missions to racing, individually and in teams, you’ll learn the basics in maneuvering and possibly some programming to complete the tasks.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$250
    CLICk HERE TO REGISTER
  • Duct Tape Dynamics (Week 10)

    Everything duct tape…from wild wallets or bag bonkers, this is the camp for you! We will make awesome accessories, from pencil bags to backpacks and more, using the funkiest duct tape colors around. Come and find yourself in the stickiest of camps this summer having a Dynamic Duct Tape time!
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructor:Rhiannon Reyes (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Dungeons & Dragons Juniors (Week 6)

    Be the hero in an exciting tale filled with monsters, magic, traps, puzzles and wondrous treasure. If you love to play pencil-and-paper role-playing games, if you’ve never played one and would like to learn how, or even if you just like telling stories and using your creativity, this camp is for you! Dungeons and Dragons exercise problem-solving skills and foster creativity, critical thinking, communication, and teamwork. You work together to bring the story to life for everyone. Included in the cost of the camp is a set of dice, a dice bag, and custom buttons to remember camp by!
    Grades:5th - 7th
    Instructors:Jason Gajderowicz, Ph.D. (Greenhill School) & Tom Harrison (Professional Graphic Artist)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$150
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Dungeons & Dragons Juniors (Week 10)

    Be the hero in an exciting tale filled with monsters, magic, traps, puzzles and wondrous treasure. If you love to play pencil-and-paper role-playing games, if you’ve never played one and would like to learn how, or even if you just like telling stories and using your creativity, this camp is for you! Dungeons and Dragons exercise problem-solving skills and foster creativity, critical thinking, communication, and teamwork. You work together to bring the story to life for everyone. Included in the cost of the camp is a set of dice, a dice bag, and custom buttons to remember camp by!
    Grades:5th - 7th
    Instructor:Tom Harrison (Professional Graphic Artist)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Engineers Design - Alternative Energy (Week 5)

    We’ll start our week off exploring the various types of alternative energy especially focusing on wind and solar energy. Then, using principles of engineering design we will create projects to Engineers design, redesign, and make improvements to accomplish their final product. Students will explore what makes alternative energy work and then create projects to demonstrate their knowledge and creativity.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Sharon Charlebois '97 (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 17 - 21
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Engineers Design - Waterworks (Week 6)

    Water is everywhere and one of our most fascinating resources. Engineers are constantly looking for ways to use it for energy, clean it for drinking, or to cross over it. Come explore some challenges faced by engineers and how they problem solve to create bridges, boats, and water filters. We will create, redesign, and perfect our creations using creativity and ingenuity.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Sharon Charlebois '97 (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$260
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Fast Track for Girls & Boys: 4th - 6th (Week 7)

    Running, Jumping and Throwing are the foundations of an active life. Fast Track is a sports and fitness training program for elementary age children developed by USA Track and Field and sponsored by Hershey Corporation. This hands-on learning program gets kids excited about physical activity by introducing them to the basic running, jumping and throwing skills associated with track and field activities. The curriculum offers a selection of twenty learning stations that our coaches vary each day incorporating dynamic warm-up, running form and technique, standing broad jump, softball throw and one-legged hop. During mini breaks from the curriculum children enjoy games utilizing newly learned skills. The program culminates with a non-competitive track meet where kids can apply new skills and celebrate their achievements.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Fast Track for Girls & Boys: 4th - 6th (Week 8)

    Running, Jumping and Throwing are the foundations of an active life. Fast Track is a sports and fitness training program for elementary age children developed by USA Track and Field and sponsored by Hershey Corporation. This hands-on learning program gets kids excited about physical activity by introducing them to the basic running, jumping and throwing skills associated with track and field activities. The curriculum offers a selection of twenty learning stations that our coaches vary each day incorporating dynamic warm-up, running form and technique, standing broad jump, softball throw and one-legged hop. During mini breaks from the curriculum children enjoy games utilizing newly learned skills. The program culminates with a non-competitive track meet where kids can apply new skills and celebrate their achievements.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Fast Track for Girls & Boys: 4th - 6th (Week 10)

    Running, Jumping and Throwing are the foundations of an active life. Fast Track is a sports and fitness training program for elementary age children developed by USA Track and Field and sponsored by Hershey Corporation. This hands-on learning program gets kids excited about physical activity by introducing them to the basic running, jumping and throwing skills associated with track and field activities. The curriculum offers a selection of twenty learning stations that our coaches vary each day incorporating dynamic warm-up, running form and technique, standing broad jump, softball throw and one-legged hop. During mini breaks from the curriculum children enjoy games utilizing newly learned skills. The program culminates with a non-competitive track meet where kids can apply new skills and celebrate their achievements.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Field Hockey Skills (Week 8)

    This camp is designed to introduce young athletes to the fun and exciting sport of field hockey. Each player will receive individual instruction of the basic skills needed in order to play the game. While learning about tactics and game strategy, campers will focus on teamwork and working with each other to accomplish a goal. Before ending the morning at the pool, we will conclude each day with scrimmage-like games ensuring that we utilize the skills just learned in a fun and competitive way. Required equipment: outdoor shoes/cleats, shin guards, mouth guard, sunscreen, swimsuit, and towel.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructor:Brittany Johnson '09 (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$180
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Flag Football: 4th - 6th (Week 7)

    Kidokinetics is proud to partner with NFL Flag Football to bring America’s favorite sport to young players in a safe, no tackle environment. Players can expect to be physically active through continuous action while learning the fundamental skills of football, lessons in teamwork, introduction of key life lessons and sportsmanship. Trained coaches utilize the high-quality curriculum to develop not only football skills, but also important fitness components including agility, strength, power, endurance, speed, coordination, and accuracy.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Flag Football: 4th - 6th (Week 9)

    Kidokinetics is proud to partner with NFL Flag Football to bring America’s favorite sport to young players in a safe, no tackle environment. Players can expect to be physically active through continuous action while learning the fundamental skills of football, lessons in teamwork, introduction of key life lessons and sportsmanship. Trained coaches utilize the high-quality curriculum to develop not only football skills, but also important fitness components including agility, strength, power, endurance, speed, coordination, and accuracy.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Gamefit: 4th - 6th (Week 6)

    Get fit while having fun! GameFit is a great camp for any active child who wants to run, jump, shoot, score, play and have fun. Each day coaches introduce a different sport and variety of PE games. Activities scheduled include basketball, flag football, track and field, volleyball, jump rope, volleyball, lacrosse, gaga ball, spikeball, kickball, ultimate Frisbee plus a huge variety of classic gym games. Each activity promises to be fun and stress free! The camp will develop important fitness components including speed, agility, coordination, endurance, and self-confidence all under the disguise of game play.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$160
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Getting Ready for 5th Grade Math (Week 11)

    Calling all 5th graders! Time to sharpen your math skills before the first day of class. The transition to Middle School math can be a tough one so this camp is designed to review and refresh key conceptual and problem-solving skills that are essential for future 5th graders. We’ll work math problems and lessons in a fun and engaging way.
    Grades:5th
    Instructor:Rachel Annunziata (Greenhill School)
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • It's a Wild, Wild World (Week 6)

    Cross the hit TV show, The Amazing Race with the board game Clue and a scavenger hunt to get this action-packed camp. Students will utilize their problem-solving skills to analyze clues and solve “The Mystery of the Day” at locations on the Greenhill campus and all over the DFW metroplex. They’ll learn the taxonomy of a rare African reptile at the Fort Worth Zoo one day and dive for pennies with a coded message on the bottom of the Greenhill pool the next. They’ll jump into US history with a trip to the Sixth Floor Museum and then learn how to letterbox at Arbor Hills Park. In-between, they’ll build solar-powered robots, compete in Rummikub and Sudoku tournaments and make some new friends. Each day is a different adventure in this unique camp. We will have recreational swim time on specific days to cool off.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Mike Krueger (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$260
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • It's a Wild, Wild World (Week 8)

    Cross the hit TV show, The Amazing Race with the board game Clue and a scavenger hunt to get this action-packed camp. Students will utilize their problem-solving skills to analyze clues and solve “The Mystery of the Day” at locations on the Greenhill campus and all over the DFW metroplex. They’ll learn the taxonomy of a rare African reptile at the Fort Worth Zoo one day and dive for pennies with a coded message on the bottom of the Greenhill pool the next. They’ll jump into US history with a trip to the Sixth Floor Museum and then learn how to letterbox at Arbor Hills Park. In-between, they’ll build solar-powered robots, compete in Rummikub and Sudoku tournaments and make some new friends. Each day is a different adventure in this unique camp. We will have recreational swim time on specific days to cool off.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Mike Krueger (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • It's a Wild, Wild World (Week 11)

    Cross the hit TV show, The Amazing Race with the board game Clue and a scavenger hunt to get this action-packed camp. Students will utilize their problem-solving skills to analyze clues and solve “The Mystery of the Day” at locations on the Greenhill campus and all over the DFW metroplex. They’ll learn the taxonomy of a rare African reptile at the Fort Worth Zoo one day and dive for pennies with a coded message on the bottom of the Greenhill pool the next. They’ll jump into US history with a trip to the Sixth Floor Museum and then learn how to letterbox at Arbor Hills Park. In-between, they’ll build solar-powered robots, compete in Rummikub and Sudoku tournaments and make some new friends. Each day is a different adventure in this unique camp. We will have recreational swim time on specific days to cool off.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Mike Krueger (Greenhill School)
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • It's Pinteresting (Week 7)

    Get your creative juices flowing by using Pinterest to explore painting, drawing, sewing, sculpting and much, much more. We will be making and creating things that we find on the best website the internet has giving us. Pinterest! Come prepared to use your imagination and not worry if something doesn’t turn out the way you like, we may create something new! Let us start pinning!
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Cindy Rios (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Jump Start: 3rd - 6th (Week 8)

    Jump for Fun offers an exciting mix of traditional jump rope, Chinese jump rope, jump rope relays, jump rope work outs, partner jumping and jump rope games. Jumping rope is a great way to improve stamina, build heart strength and improve coordination, agility, and balance and have lots of fun! Music and mini game breaks will keep the children engaged and demonstrate the fun side to physical activity and fitness.
    Grades:1st - 3rd
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Jump Start: 3rd - 6th (Week 11)

    Jump for Fun offers an exciting mix of traditional jump rope, Chinese jump rope, jump rope relays, jump rope work outs, partner jumping and jump rope games. Jumping rope is a great way to improve stamina, build heart strength and improve coordination, agility, and balance and have lots of fun! Music and mini game breaks will keep the children engaged and demonstrate the fun side to physical activity and fitness.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Just Add Water (Week 6)

    Just Add Water is a swim camp with a focus on fun and games. Activity will vary each day in the safety of the Greenhill indoor swim facility, staffed by Greenhill life guards. The swim camp introduces a variety of pool activities and games to include basic water safety, water volleyball, water polo, water basketball, noodle tag, shark in the pool, treasure hunt, water relays and more. Safety and teamwork, pool courtesy is reinforced each day. Campers will have plenty of “fee choice” play time in the water and break time for snacks and rest. The final hour of each camp will include outside games and activities which will be non-competitive and stress confidence and teamwork with the campers. Coaches will include flag football, volleyball, gaga ball, Spikeball, kickball with a new activity each day.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$150
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Just Add Water (Week 8)

    Just Add Water is a swim camp with a focus on fun and games. Activity will vary each day in the safety of the Greenhill indoor swim facility, staffed by Greenhill life guards. The swim camp introduces a variety of pool activities and games to include basic water safety, water volleyball, water polo, water basketball, noodle tag, shark in the pool, treasure hunt, water relays and more. Safety and teamwork, pool courtesy is reinforced each day. Campers will have plenty of “fee choice” play time in the water and break time for snacks and rest. The final hour of each camp will include outside games and activities which will be non-competitive and stress confidence and teamwork with the campers. Coaches will include flag football, volleyball, gaga ball, Spikeball, kickball with a new activity each day.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Just Add Water (Week 10)

    Just Add Water is a swim camp with a focus on fun and games. Activity will vary each day in the safety of the Greenhill indoor swim facility, staffed by Greenhill life guards. The swim camp introduces a variety of pool activities and games to include basic water safety, water volleyball, water polo, water basketball, noodle tag, shark in the pool, treasure hunt, water relays and more. Safety and teamwork, pool courtesy is reinforced each day. Campers will have plenty of “fee choice” play time in the water and break time for snacks and rest. The final hour of each camp will include outside games and activities which will be non-competitive and stress confidence and teamwork with the campers. Coaches will include flag football, volleyball, gaga ball, Spikeball, kickball with a new activity each day.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Just Play Sports: 3rd - 8th (Week 11)

    Fire up your muscles and get ready to hit the field in this energized camp that will have you begging for more fun. Experience sports like croquet, soccer, kickball, dodge ball, and more as you take part in structured games and build your character through teamwork. All activities will allow you to develop control, accuracy, coordination, and timing in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. For grades 3-8, we’ll take time to cool off and play games in the pool during the afternoons. For grades K-2, we’ll have water activities and sprinkler time at the end of the day. Teams will be organized by age. Half days camps available online for specific weeks.
    Grades:3rd - 8th
    Instructor:Janice LaMendola (Greenhill School)
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$330
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Karate & Self-Defense (Week 8)

    Karate kids will get a kick out of this summer camp. Wouldn’t it be great if they could use this time to stay active, have fun, learn valuable life skills, and get some quality karate training? Well, with the Chamberlain Studios Karate Summer Camp, they can! Since 1981, our instruction has been rooted in our 3 Steps to a Great Kid character development program, which centers around training with our highly skilled black belt instructors in fundamental martial arts skills, drills, and activities. Your children will walk away happy from the fun activities, and you may find your life a little easier as they earn stripes by doing chores at home. Custom uniforms are available from the camp instructor for $35.
    Grades:1st - 6th
    Instructors:Chamberlain Studios of Self-Defense
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$190
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Karate & Self-Defense (Week 9)

    Karate kids will get a kick out of this summer camp. Wouldn’t it be great if they could use this time to stay active, have fun, learn valuable life skills, and get some quality karate training? Well, with the Chamberlain Studios Karate Summer Camp, they can! Since 1981, our instruction has been rooted in our 3 Steps to a Great Kid character development program, which centers around training with our highly skilled black belt instructors in fundamental martial arts skills, drills, and activities. Your children will walk away happy from the fun activities, and you may find your life a little easier as they earn stripes by doing chores at home. Custom uniforms are available from the camp instructor for $35.
    Grades:1st - 6th
    Instructors:Chamberlain Studios of Self-Defense
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$190
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Learning Lacrosse (Week 9)

    Kidokinetics is pleased to partner with US Lacrosse to introduce the nation’s fastest growing sport! Learning Lacrosse promises to bring a fun, fast paced and inviting approach to the sport. Coaches introduce and develop the tactical, technical, and cooperative skills needed to enjoy success, and the knowledge to continue participation for those who become interested in the sport. During mini breaks from the curriculum coaches introduce games to reinforce learned skills. This is a non-competitive camp designed to build self-confidence and teamwork in a fitness oriented setting that incorporates important athletic components including agility, strength, power, endurance, speed, coordination, and accuracy.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Learning Lacrosse (Week 11)

    Kidokinetics is pleased to partner with US Lacrosse to introduce the nation’s fastest growing sport! Learning Lacrosse promises to bring a fun, fast paced and inviting approach to the sport. Coaches introduce and develop the tactical, technical, and cooperative skills needed to enjoy success, and the knowledge to continue participation for those who become interested in the sport. During mini breaks from the curriculum coaches introduce games to reinforce learned skills. This is a non-competitive camp designed to build self-confidence and teamwork in a fitness oriented setting that incorporates important athletic components including agility, strength, power, endurance, speed, coordination, and accuracy.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • LEGO EV3 Robotics (Week 5)

    Ever wanted to build and control a robot? Join our Robotics EV3 camp and learn engineering and programming concepts by designing and programming a robot that moves independent of a computer. This robot, the EV3, performs fixed tasks such as: retrieving and lifting, color sensing, turning, and much more. See if you have what it takes to beat our missions and tasks with just your programmed EV3.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$250
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • LEGO EV3 Robotics (Week 6)

    Ever wanted to build and control a robot? Join our Robotics EV3 camp and learn engineering and programming concepts by designing and programming a robot that moves independent of a computer. This robot, the EV3, performs fixed tasks such as: retrieving and lifting, color sensing, turning, and much more. See if you have what it takes to beat our missions and tasks with just your programmed EV3.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$200
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • LEGO EV3 Robotics (Week 10)

    Ever wanted to build and control a robot? Join our Robotics EV3 camp and learn engineering and programming concepts by designing and programming a robot that moves independent of a computer. This robot, the EV3, performs fixed tasks such as: retrieving and lifting, color sensing, turning, and much more. See if you have what it takes to beat our missions and tasks with just your programmed EV3.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$250
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • LEGO Star Wars (Week 5)

    The Star Wars movies and animated series is the basis for this camp. We will recreate and explore the fascinating worlds, vehicles, and characters of this legendary adventure. Activities include, but are not limited to, building small and large LEGO kits, reading Star Wars books, learning to draw characters, and making our own LEGO movie. You, the builder, will find fresh elements of these movies to inspire your own creations. “Fear is the path to the dark side.” — Yoda. “LEGO is the path to summer awesomeness.” — Mr. Donnell
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructor:Brian Donnell (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • LEGO Star Wars (Week 6)

    The Star Wars movies and animated series is the basis for this camp. We will recreate and explore the fascinating worlds, vehicles, and characters of this legendary adventure. Activities include, but are not limited to, building small and large LEGO kits, reading Star Wars books, learning to draw characters, and making our own LEGO movie. You, the builder, will find fresh elements of these movies to inspire your own creations. “Fear is the path to the dark side.” — Yoda. “LEGO is the path to summer awesomeness.” — Mr. Donnell
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructor:Brian Donnell (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$150
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • LEGO Superheroes (Week 5)

    Learn to use LEGO bricks and imagination to build scenes, create characters and villains, and form our favorite superheroes. As you explore the worlds of your favorite superheroes, you will learn to work cooperatively and think critically while having a blast! We will have a different objective each day as we embark on activities that include reading, drawing, writing, LEGO building, and even some movie making.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructor:Brian Donnell (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • LEGO Superheroes (Week 6)

    Learn to use LEGO bricks and imagination to build scenes, create characters and villains, and form our favorite superheroes. As you explore the worlds of your favorite superheroes, you will learn to work cooperatively and think critically while having a blast! We will have a different objective each day as we embark on activities that include reading, drawing, writing, LEGO building, and even some movie making.
    Grades:1st - 5th
    Instructor:Brian Donnell (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Little Dental & Nutrition School: 4th - 6th (Week 9)

    Little Dental School™ uses the power of role-playing, hands-on demonstrations, crafts, and games to simulate a “mini-dental school” experience. Little Dental School™ will teach the principles of a healthy mouth and oral hygiene by encouraging students to assume the role of a dentist. Our class sizes are small to ensure each child receives the individual attention they deserve. Each child will receive a diploma as a graduate of Little Dental School™ upon completion of the course.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Little Medical School Instructors
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$335
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Little Medical School - Future Pediatrician (Week 7)

    Our Little Medical School® - Future Pediatrician class takes a new twist on the traditional expectant sibling offerings. Using our successful role-playing techniques, students will assume the role of a pediatrician and learn how to hold the baby, do an exam just like a real doctor, change a diaper and keep the baby safe. Each Future Pediatrician will receive a disposable white coat, luxury plush baby, an exclusive mini Baby Box® for safe sleeping, activity sheets and a birth certificate.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Little Medical School Instructors
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$335
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Little Medical School - Future Pediatrician (Week 8)

    Our Little Medical School® - Future Pediatrician class takes a new twist on the traditional expectant sibling offerings. Using our successful role-playing techniques, students will assume the role of a pediatrician and learn how to hold the baby, do an exam just like a real doctor, change a diaper and keep the baby safe. Each Future Pediatrician will receive a disposable white coat, luxury plush baby, an exclusive mini Baby Box® for safe sleeping, activity sheets and a birth certificate.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Little Medical School Instructors
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$335
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Little Medical School - Wilderness Medicine: 3rd - 5th (Week 7)

    Little Wilderness School brings medicine, science and the importance of health to children in an entertaining, exciting and fun way. Our program will teach children about some of the dangers in the wild and how to safely handle a medical situation. For example, students will learn about snake bites, hypothermia, how to tie a tourniquet, splint a broken leg, filter dirty water, 20 uses of a bandana and how to treat bug bites. Each child receives a diploma, disposable lab coat, LMS bandana, thermal blanket and so much more.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Little Medical School Instructors
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$335
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Little Medical School - Wilderness Medicine: 3rd - 5th (Week 8)

    Little Wilderness School brings medicine, science and the importance of health to children in an entertaining, exciting and fun way. Our program will teach children about some of the dangers in the wild and how to safely handle a medical situation. For example, students will learn about snake bites, hypothermia, how to tie a tourniquet, splint a broken leg, filter dirty water, 20 uses of a bandana and how to treat bug bites. Each child receives a diploma, disposable lab coat, LMS bandana, thermal blanket and so much more.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Little Medical School Instructors
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$335
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Little Medical School: 4th - 6th (Week 10)

    Children will learn how the heart and lungs function. They will learn how the heart and lungs function. They will know the importance of proper first aid care. Children will learn about the brain and the spine. They will learn about how the digestive system works. They will discuss the importance of medication safety. They will learn how to scrub in for surgery, suture and tie surgical knots. Children will be able to show and name the major bones in the body, and much, much more! Cost includes all supplies including an upgraded cloth medical coat for students to use and take home.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Little Medical School Instructors
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$335
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Little Veterinarian School: 4th - 6th (Week 10)

    Children will learn how to complete an assessment of a dog. They will know the importance of proper care and nutrition to keep dogs healthy. They will know what to do if a dog gets hurt and how to care for them. Learn safety rules for being around animals. Discuss what radiographs are and what the light and dark shades are on a radiograph. They will learn about pesky parasites and how to treat animals. Each child will receive a diploma as a graduate. Cost includes all take home items - a stuffed dog, dog bone cookie cutter, dog bowl and much more!
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Little Medical School Instructors
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$335
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Mad Science with Steve Spangler (Week 5)

    Get hooked on science with instasnow, electric pickles, disappearing ink, atomic glow slime, flying potatoes, erupting soda and much more. You will uncover “science secrets” by doing your own Steve Spangler experiments. Excite your imagination in this unforgettable learning experience with innovative, hands-on activities, captivating demonstrations, and creative learning tools.
    Grades:2nd - 5th
    Instructor:Linda Mitchell-Hill (Dallas ISD Gifted Program)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:FULL
  • Mad Science with Steve Spangler (Week 7)

    Get hooked on science with instasnow, electric pickles, disappearing ink, atomic glow slime, flying potatoes, erupting soda and much more. You will uncover “science secrets” by doing your own Steve Spangler experiments. Excite your imagination in this unforgettable learning experience with innovative, hands-on activities, captivating demonstrations, and creative learning tools.
    Grades:2nd - 5th
    Instructor:Linda Mitchell-Hill (Dallas ISD Gifted Program)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Medieval Siege Machinery (Week 5)

    Become a medieval siege master! Campers will spend the week finding a design, building, and perfecting a medieval trebuchet or catapult. Through the design and build process, students will learn concepts of engineering and construction, as well as teamwork and planning. At the end of the week, teams will compete to see who can fire their fruit the farthest and the most accurately!
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Brad Spellicy (Alcuin School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Mermaid Magic (Week 8)

    Ever dream of being a mermaid or merman? Twirling, splashing and dancing like a mermaid? Now is your chance! At Mermaid Camp you will learn all about merfolk and develop mad mer skills through crafts, costumes and acting. We will be creating crafts like, under sea jewelry, painting, and playing games. We’ll create magical treasured troves (art projects), acting and learn all about mer life. We are we splashing into a week’s worth or FUN and water play!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Kathleen McNamara (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Minecraft Modification (Week 8)

    Calling all Minecrafters! Come join us as in learning how to make and host your own server. We will show you how to create a world with rules of your choice that you can play on with just your friends. Students will also learn how to change texture packs to optimize the Minecraft experience. We will teach you what you need to know to download mods safely and securely. With the introduction of Redstone, students will be able to improve their problem solving skills and critical thinking. This camp includes a group project that will foster teamwork and creativity. Parents will need to purchase a Minecraft account ($27) if the camper does not already have one. You will receive instructions for how to purchase it in the welcome letter a few days before camp begins.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Minecraft Superhero Robotics - Games, Building & Coding (Week 5)

    Become a future engineer by building MINECRAFT SUPERHERO ROBOTS (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, and 16 others). Then learn beginner CODING to make your robots perform autonomous tasks to solve engineering challenges presented in the form of exciting adventure games (save Gotham City from the Joker, remove Kryptonite to save Superman’s life, etc.). You will also learn all about Drive Control Mode, Distance Sensors, Gyro Sensors, Color Sensors, Touch LED Sensors, Bumper Switches, and much more. This unique, hands-on class will turn YOU into a Super Hero Engineer.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:William Cowling (Dallas ISD)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Minecraft Superhero Robotics - Games, Building & Coding (Week 6)

    Become a future engineer by building MINECRAFT SUPERHERO ROBOTS (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, and 16 others). Then learn beginner CODING to make your robots perform autonomous tasks to solve engineering challenges presented in the form of exciting adventure games (save Gotham City from the Joker, remove Kryptonite to save Superman’s life, etc.). You will also learn all about Drive Control Mode, Distance Sensors, Gyro Sensors, Color Sensors, Touch LED Sensors, Bumper Switches, and much more. This unique, hands-on class will turn YOU into a Super Hero Engineer.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:William Cowling (Dallas ISD)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$260
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Minecraft Superhero Robotics - Games, Building & Coding (Week 7)

    Become a future engineer by building MINECRAFT SUPERHERO ROBOTS (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, and 16 others). Then learn beginner CODING to make your robots perform autonomous tasks to solve engineering challenges presented in the form of exciting adventure games (save Gotham City from the Joker, remove Kryptonite to save Superman’s life, etc.). You will also learn all about Drive Control Mode, Distance Sensors, Gyro Sensors, Color Sensors, Touch LED Sensors, Bumper Switches, and much more. This unique, hands-on class will turn YOU into a Super Hero Engineer.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:William Cowling (Dallas ISD)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Minecraft Superhero Robotics - Games, Building & Coding (Week 8)

    Become a future engineer by building MINECRAFT SUPERHERO ROBOTS (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, and 16 others). Then learn beginner CODING to make your robots perform autonomous tasks to solve engineering challenges presented in the form of exciting adventure games (save Gotham City from the Joker, remove Kryptonite to save Superman’s life, etc.). You will also learn all about Drive Control Mode, Distance Sensors, Gyro Sensors, Color Sensors, Touch LED Sensors, Bumper Switches, and much more. This unique, hands-on class will turn YOU into a Super Hero Engineer.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:William Cowling (Dallas ISD)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Minecraft Superhero Robotics - Games, Building & Coding (Week 9)

    Become a future engineer by building MINECRAFT SUPERHERO ROBOTS (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, and 16 others). Then learn beginner CODING to make your robots perform autonomous tasks to solve engineering challenges presented in the form of exciting adventure games (save Gotham City from the Joker, remove Kryptonite to save Superman’s life, etc.). You will also learn all about Drive Control Mode, Distance Sensors, Gyro Sensors, Color Sensors, Touch LED Sensors, Bumper Switches, and much more. This unique, hands-on class will turn YOU into a Super Hero Engineer.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:William Cowling (Dallas ISD)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Minecraft Superhero Robotics - Games, Building & Coding (Week 10)

    Become a future engineer by building MINECRAFT SUPERHERO ROBOTS (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, and 16 others). Then learn beginner CODING to make your robots perform autonomous tasks to solve engineering challenges presented in the form of exciting adventure games (save Gotham City from the Joker, remove Kryptonite to save Superman’s life, etc.). You will also learn all about Drive Control Mode, Distance Sensors, Gyro Sensors, Color Sensors, Touch LED Sensors, Bumper Switches, and much more. This unique, hands-on class will turn YOU into a Super Hero Engineer.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:William Cowling (Dallas ISD)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Mini Cooking " Tour De France" (Week 9)

    Explore and discover the different regions of France through some of its traditional dishes such as Madeleines from Commercy (East of France), butter cookies from Brittany (West of France) and more, while learning and practicing some typical French cooking expressions! Bon Appétit!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Alliance Française de Dallas
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Mini Tour De France (Week 9)

    Embark on a mini tour de France and discover a different region each day: learn about the castles of the Loire region their kings and queens, the knights of the Medieval Castle in Carcassonne, discover the scents of Provence and more, while learning and practicing some French vocabulary and expressions! Get your imagination ready and bienvenue à bord!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Alliance Française de Dallas
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Mobile App Development (Week 10)

    Our world is becoming more and more saturated with cell phones and tablets, and with each cell phone comes hundreds of apps. Let’s go beyond just using apps, and come join us in creating them. Besides creating apps and programs, you will learn the vocabulary and ideas that professional programmers use while creating their own programs. Using blocks, students will use computational thinking and logic to solve problems and create our own apps. You will even get the chance to see these apps work on an android cell phone or tablet.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Mosaic Art (Week 6)

    Explore the ancient art of mosaics in this fun and educational art camp. Mosaic is an art form that is at least 4000 years old and first found in temples in Mesopotamia. Masterpieces are a pattern created with bits of colored stones, glass, and other materials. Students will create their designs on paper before laying them out in tile using a grid. During the week, we’ll also use recycling materials to create unique projects. Your child is sure to have a great time creating exquisite pieces you’ll both treasure.
    Grades:2nd - 6th
    Instructor:Isela Cabral (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$260
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Off to a Good Start in 5th Grade (Week 11)

    The transition to middle school brings many new challenges, many of which center around your new-found freedom and the growing expectation of self-sufficiency. In this weeklong camp, we will focus on developing skills that will enable rising 5th graders to hit the ground running in August. Among these skills are time management, organization, study skills, and more.
    Grades:5th
    Instructor:Rachel Annunziata (Greenhill School)
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:FULL
  • Paris is Always a Good Idea (Week 9)

    Are you living in Dallas but dreaming of Paris? Join us for a week-long journey to Paris, we’ll eat delicious French food, and learn the Parisian culture through arts and crafts. Paris, here we come!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Valerie Rhomberg (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Petits Patissiers French Cooking with My French Recipe (Week 7)

    Become a little French pastry chef for a week and learn how to make all the iconic French pastries in a fun and accessible way, while learning and practicing some typical French cooking expressions! Choux pastry, Croissants, Tatin tart, and other delicious French pastries… Bon Appétit! Content and activities will be adapted to campers age.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Alliance Française de Dallas
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:FULL
  • Photography 101 (Week 5)

    Grab your camera and let’s start shooting basic of photography and end the week capturing amazing shots and memorable moments. Campers will learn how to hold the camera, adjust manual settings including depth of field, aperture, shutter speed and more. Campers will conclude the week by practicing all they have learned live on location and a fun-filled photo shoot. We’ll print our photos and build a photobook to take home on Friday. Disposable cameras will be provided for students.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Maeci Simmons (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Piano for Beginners (Week 7)

    Have you ever wanted to play the piano? Come join us for a week of learning and fun, and we enjoy the wonderful world of piano music! Students will learn the basics of piano playing, enjoy listening to a variety of piano music, and will have the chance to perform at the end of the course. No prior experience required.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Hunter Dove (Private Music Teacher)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Piano for Beginners (Week 9)

    Have you ever wanted to play the piano? Come join us for a week of learning and fun, and we enjoy the wonderful world of piano music! Students will learn the basics of piano playing, enjoy listening to a variety of piano music, and will have the chance to perform at the end of the course. No prior experience required.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Hunter Dove (Private Music Teacher)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Polished to Perfection - Etiquette: 4th - 7th (Week 8)

    Who knew learning manners could be so fun? Platinum Manners teaches many different etiquette skills using games, role play, music, stories, and through discussions. You will learn expected and respected behaviors for any social setting. You will be empowered with the knowledge and skills needed to be socially competent with a high level of confidence and self-esteem.
    Grades:4th - 7th
    Instructor:Lesa Hooker (Platinum Manners, LLC)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Polished to Perfection - Etiquette: 4th - 7th (Week 9)

    Who knew learning manners could be so fun? Platinum Manners teaches many different etiquette skills using games, role play, music, stories, and through discussions. You will learn expected and respected behaviors for any social setting. You will be empowered with the knowledge and skills needed to be socially competent with a high level of confidence and self-esteem.
    Grades:4th - 7th
    Instructor:Lesa Hooker (Platinum Manners, LLC)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:FULL
  • Programming & Circuitry with Internet of Things (Week 5)

    This class will introduce students to Raspberry Pi and the Python programming language as it relates to the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enables these objects to connect and exchange data. Using Raspberry Pi circuit boards and their new Python Programming language skills, students will create several IoT projects. Possible projects include: learning to connect the Raspberry Pi to the internet, creating a traffic light that is linked to an internet server, collecting temperature data by connecting temperature sensors to the raspberry pi and simultaneously upload the data to a server, and variations on the technology behind the RING doorbell such as cameras that will activate whenever a movement is detected and automatically upload the image to a server.
    Grades:5th - 9th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$250
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Programming & Circuitry with Internet of Things (Week 9)

    This class will introduce students to Raspberry Pi and the Python programming language as it relates to the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enables these objects to connect and exchange data. Using Raspberry Pi circuit boards and their new Python Programming language skills, students will create several IoT projects. Possible projects include: learning to connect the Raspberry Pi to the internet, creating a traffic light that is linked to an internet server, collecting temperature data by connecting temperature sensors to the raspberry pi and simultaneously upload the data to a server, and variations on the technology behind the RING doorbell such as cameras that will activate whenever a movement is detected and automatically upload the image to a server.
    Grades:5th - 9th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$250
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Revolutionary War for Young Historians (Week 5)

    Why do we celebrate American Independence on July 4th instead of July 2nd when the Declaration of Independence was written? What motivated patriots? Tories? Did Washington really stand in the boat? We will tackle these questions and more as we explore the Revolutionary War through hands-on activities, debate, and historical re-enactment.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructor:Amy Bresie '96, Ph.D. (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Revolutionary War for Young Historians (Week 6)

    Why do we celebrate American Independence on July 4th instead of July 2nd when the Declaration of Independence was written? What motivated patriots? Tories? Did Washington really stand in the boat? We will tackle these questions and more as we explore the Revolutionary War through hands-on activities, debate, and historical re-enactment.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructor:Amy Bresie '96, Ph.D. (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$150
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Rock Climbing (Week 5)

    Indoor rock climbing offers students a non-competitive active lifestyle using experiences that provide personal development (physical, social and emotional), environmental understanding, stewardship, memorable adventures and teambuilding. It’s a natural way for children to develop excellent core and upper body strength from an early age. Campers will train at one of Texas’ top indoor climbing facilities, Summit Rock Climbing Gym in Carrollton, with instruction from highly regarded instructors. Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Greenhill gymnasium. Equipment is provided for the camp. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks.
    Grades:3rd - 7th
    Instructors:Matthew Giorgio (Greenhill School) & Caroline Kim (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Rock Climbing (Week 7)

    Indoor rock climbing offers students a non-competitive active lifestyle using experiences that provide personal development (physical, social and emotional), environmental understanding, stewardship, memorable adventures and teambuilding. It’s a natural way for children to develop excellent core and upper body strength from an early age. Campers will train at one of Texas’ top indoor climbing facilities, Summit Rock Climbing Gym in Carrollton, with instruction from highly regarded instructors. Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Greenhill gymnasium. Equipment is provided for the camp. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks.
    Grades:3rd - 7th
    Instructors:Matthew Giorgio (Greenhill School) & Caroline Kim (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Rock Climbing (Week 8)

    Indoor rock climbing offers students a non-competitive active lifestyle using experiences that provide personal development (physical, social and emotional), environmental understanding, stewardship, memorable adventures and teambuilding. It’s a natural way for children to develop excellent core and upper body strength from an early age. Campers will train at one of Texas’ top indoor climbing facilities, Summit Rock Climbing Gym in Carrollton, with instruction from highly regarded instructors. Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Greenhill gymnasium. Equipment is provided for the camp. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks.
    Grades:3rd - 7th
    Instructors:Matthew Giorgio (Greenhill School) & Caroline Kim (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:FULL
  • Rock Climbing (Week 9)

    Indoor rock climbing offers students a non-competitive active lifestyle using experiences that provide personal development (physical, social and emotional), environmental understanding, stewardship, memorable adventures and teambuilding. It’s a natural way for children to develop excellent core and upper body strength from an early age. Campers will train at one of Texas’ top indoor climbing facilities, Summit Rock Climbing Gym in Carrollton, with instruction from highly regarded instructors. Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Greenhill gymnasium. Equipment is provided for the camp. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks.
    Grades:3rd - 7th
    Instructors:Matthew Giorgio (Greenhill School) & Caroline Kim (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Rock Climbing (Week 10)

    Indoor rock climbing offers students a non-competitive active lifestyle using experiences that provide personal development (physical, social and emotional), environmental understanding, stewardship, memorable adventures and teambuilding. It’s a natural way for children to develop excellent core and upper body strength from an early age. Campers will train at one of Texas’ top indoor climbing facilities, Summit Rock Climbing Gym in Carrollton, with instruction from highly regarded instructors. Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Greenhill gymnasium. Equipment is provided for the camp. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks.
    Grades:3rd - 7th
    Instructors:Matthew Giorgio (Greenhill School) & Caroline Kim (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Rock Climbing (Week 11)

    Indoor rock climbing offers students a non-competitive active lifestyle using experiences that provide personal development (physical, social and emotional), environmental understanding, stewardship, memorable adventures and teambuilding. It’s a natural way for children to develop excellent core and upper body strength from an early age. Campers will train at one of Texas’ top indoor climbing facilities, Summit Rock Climbing Gym in Carrollton, with instruction from highly regarded instructors. Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Greenhill gymnasium. Equipment is provided for the camp. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks. Campers should wear summer workout gear and bring snacks.
    Grades:3rd - 7th
    Instructors:Matthew Giorgio (Greenhill School) & Caroline Kim (Greenhill School)
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Rugby - Boys (Week 9)

    Enjoy an introduction to the game of rugby. The goal of the camp is to create a fun, exciting, and supportive environment in which to learn about a sport played globally in over 100 countries. Coaches provide hands-on instruction of the basic skills of the game along with personalized drills, practices, and small-sided games of touch/flag rugby. No prior experience is necessary. Additionally, players cool off during the day with a short swim in our indoor pool. Campers should dress each day in a T-shirt, shorts, socks, and outdoor shoes/cleats. Required equipment: swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, cleats, indoor athletic shoes (in case of rain), water bottle.
    Grades:5th - 6th
    Instructor:Jack Fisher (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Shark Tank (Week 5)

    Think of it as Shark Tank for Kids, but with friends! This creative and exciting KidPreneur Camp is just the place for campers to learn what it will take to start their own business. Students may come with an idea or concept in mind or select from a list of kid-friendly business ideas to learn about conducting a market analysis, supply & demand, investors and more. Campers will present their business plan and product/service to a panel of business owners for feedback. Depending on business products, campers may end the week with a KidPreneur sale benefitting a non-profit organization.
    Grades:5th - 9th
    Instructor:Cheryl Rischer (Dallas County Community College District)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Shoot, Create, Design (Week 6)

    Spend time with friends this week, exploring and taking photographs on Greenhill’s 78-acre campus. Learn simple photography techniques as we shoot photos of our new camp friends, the school’s peacocks, and the many building structures. After printing our photographs, we’ll create a decorative journal complete with fun self-facts and creative drawings.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Catherine Huynh (Greenhill School) & Annie Criswell (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$150
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Shoot, Create, Design (Week 7)

    Spend time with friends this week, exploring and taking photographs on Greenhill’s 78-acre campus. Learn simple photography techniques as we shoot photos of our new camp friends, the school’s peacocks, and the many building structures. After printing our photographs, we’ll create a decorative journal complete with fun self-facts and creative drawings.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructors:Catherine Huynh (Greenhill School) & Annie Criswell (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Sign Language for Beginners (Week 8)

    Did you know sign language is the third most popular, used language in the US? This camp will introduce you to American Sign Language (ASL) and provide a stimulating learning experience. We’ll learn how to sign simple words, how to fingerspell, and how to show expression and emotions through signing. During the week, we’ll learn how to sign animals and items found on Greenhill’s 78-acre campus.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Andrea Alexander (Greenhill School, Former Staff Member)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Slime Me (Week 6)

    Do you go CRAZY over slime? Have you found the perfect ingredients to make the slimiest slime? Maybe you’ve never made slime and can't wait to learn how? Then, this is the perfect camp for you! We will make fluffy slime, galaxy slime, glittery slime and so much more.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Rhiannon Reyes (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$155
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Spark! (Week 8)

    SPARK! (Sports and Physical Readiness for Kids) is designed for young kids with a focus on functional exercise movements including the ability to run, jump, push, pull, squat, lunge and climb in a fun, fast paced, active environment. Our goal in this camp is to train muscle memory so that both in sports and in daily life, at age 5 and age 85, they can be active and avoid injury while enjoying a regular practice of physical activity. Each camp day will be divided into 4 parts: Warm-up, Focus (where the children learn different skills or focus on form), WOD (Workouts of the day in 5-10 minute increments) and Games. During mini breaks enable the coaches to introduce games that incorporate important fitness components including agility, strength, power, endurance, speed, coordination, and accuracy. SPARK! is perfect for young athletes and anyone who loves to be active!
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Spy Kids (Week 10)

    Do you have what it takes to be a super spy? Agent 47, the world’s most top secret agent, is about to show you how. Learn how to make great spy gadgets, practice disguise techniques, and utilize secret codes to pass on messages. We’ll solve camp mysteries and uncover clues hidden around our 75-acre campus. This message will self-destruct in 60 seconds unless you accept this mission.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Trish Lopez (Party Pals on the Go, Owner)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Star Wars (Week 10)

    Long ago in a galaxy far, far away—and coming soon to Greenhill School— Star Wars Camp! George Lucas completed his six-movie saga back in 2005, but Disney has kept series going with new films and new characters that we all love. You’ll create interesting art projects, cook from several Star Wars themed recipes and enjoy watching all the Star Wars movies to date. We will talk about and explore the entire film series, from the storylines and character arcs to the bloopers that often go unnoticed throughout the movies. We will learn how to use a lightsaber (and make one), find out what a Wookie really is, and understand why Anakin Skywalker ultimately turned to the dark side to become Darth Vader! We’ll practice our favorite scenes and re-enact them for a short video production that everyone will receive once camp ends. You will enjoy what makes these movies so amazing and other fun and energetic activities too. This is the camp you won’t want to miss!
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Johnny Thompson (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Summer Performing Arts Academy - Leading Players Program (Weeks 8 - 9)

    New this Year – SOTH’s Summer Performing Arts Academy. Be bold, be expressive! Greenhill’s Summer Performing Arts Academy (SPAA) presents the Leading Players Program. Under the oversight and direction of Terry Martin, Greenhill's Head of Fine Arts and award-winning actor, director, and professional acting teacher our newly designed Summer Performing Arts Academy (SPPA) is a concentrated young-actor training program open for pre-kindergarten through high school students. SPAA’s offers age-appropriate instruction focused on core acting and performing subjects which teach skills such as self-confidence, self-discipline, collaboration, and resilience. Each day, SPAA students rotate through a series of sessions including focused subjects such as Improvisation, Musical Theatre, Story Telling, Puppetry, Scene Study, Stage Movement, Dance and more. All SPAA classes focus on process, not product. By participating in SPAA, students gain confidence, boldness, and expressiveness. At the end of a class session, SPAA students share their work in an “open-class” style presentation for family and friends
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructors:SPAA Instructors
    Date:July 15 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$625 (2-Week Camp)
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Swimming Lessons (Week 5)

    Swim camp is designed to assist and promote each student according to his or her ability and experience. Classes are available for the beginning swimmer through the experienced, competitive swimmer. Instruction is fun while stressing proper technique, optimal learning and water safety. Required equipment: swimsuit, goggles and towel. Swim students must be at least 5 years old to enroll, must be able to be separated from parents for one hour, and be able to willingly put their face in the water.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 6th
    Instructors:Certified Greenhill School Lifeguards
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:FULL
  • Swimming Lessons (Week 6)

    Swim camp is designed to assist and promote each student according to his or her ability and experience. Classes are available for the beginning swimmer through the experienced, competitive swimmer. Instruction is fun while stressing proper technique, optimal learning and water safety. Required equipment: swimsuit, goggles and towel. Swim students must be at least 5 years old to enroll, must be able to be separated from parents for one hour, and be able to willingly put their face in the water.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 6th
    Instructors:Certified Greenhill School Lifeguards
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
    Cost:$150
    Registration:FULL
  • Swimming Lessons (Week 7)

    Swim camp is designed to assist and promote each student according to his or her ability and experience. Classes are available for the beginning swimmer through the experienced, competitive swimmer. Instruction is fun while stressing proper technique, optimal learning and water safety. Required equipment: swimsuit, goggles and towel. Swim students must be at least 5 years old to enroll, must be able to be separated from parents for one hour, and be able to willingly put their face in the water.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 6th
    Instructors:Certified Greenhill School Lifeguards
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Swimming Lessons (Week 8)

    Swim camp is designed to assist and promote each student according to his or her ability and experience. Classes are available for the beginning swimmer through the experienced, competitive swimmer. Instruction is fun while stressing proper technique, optimal learning and water safety. Required equipment: swimsuit, goggles and towel. Swim students must be at least 5 years old to enroll, must be able to be separated from parents for one hour, and be able to willingly put their face in the water.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 6th
    Instructors:Certified Greenhill School Lifeguards
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:FULL
  • Swimming Lessons (Week 9)

    Swim camp is designed to assist and promote each student according to his or her ability and experience. Classes are available for the beginning swimmer through the experienced, competitive swimmer. Instruction is fun while stressing proper technique, optimal learning and water safety. Required equipment: swimsuit, goggles and towel. Swim students must be at least 5 years old to enroll, must be able to be separated from parents for one hour, and be able to willingly put their face in the water.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 6th
    Instructors:Certified Greenhill School Lifeguards
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Swimming Lessons (Week 10)

    Swim camp is designed to assist and promote each student according to his or her ability and experience. Classes are available for the beginning swimmer through the experienced, competitive swimmer. Instruction is fun while stressing proper technique, optimal learning and water safety. Required equipment: swimsuit, goggles and towel. Swim students must be at least 5 years old to enroll, must be able to be separated from parents for one hour, and be able to willingly put their face in the water.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 6th
    Instructors:Certified Greenhill School Lifeguards
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Swimming Lessons (Week 11)

    Swim camp is designed to assist and promote each student according to his or her ability and experience. Classes are available for the beginning swimmer through the experienced, competitive swimmer. Instruction is fun while stressing proper technique, optimal learning and water safety. Required equipment: swimsuit, goggles and towel. Swim students must be at least 5 years old to enroll, must be able to be separated from parents for one hour, and be able to willingly put their face in the water.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 6th
    Instructors:Certified Greenhill School Lifeguards
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Technology Skills with Ms. Sealy (Week 5)

    Come strengthen your technology and keyboarding skills with Ms. Sealy. This week you’ll have the opportunity to create fun projects and become more familiar with computer applications such as Keyboarding, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint Publisher, Excel, Prezi, and Haiku Deck. Be prepared to spend the week learning through fun as you sharpen your skills.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Lisa Sealy (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Teen Recreation Camp (Week 5)

    Don’t get bored in the lazy days of summer—come spend time with friends enjoying outdoor and indoor sports, arts and crafts, drawing and enjoy a few friendly board game competitions. We’ll field trips twice a week to popular recreational spots such as Jump Street, the bowling alley and the movies. This camp is the perfect way to spend your summer weeks. Teen Rec Camp is designed to provide a positive camp experience in a structured environment. Wear athletic shoes and bring a bathing suit and towel every day.
    Grades:5th - 9th
    Instructor:Jana Jeffrey (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$330
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Teen Recreation Camp (Week 6)

    Don’t get bored in the lazy days of summer—come spend time with friends enjoying outdoor and indoor sports, arts and crafts, drawing and enjoy a few friendly board game competitions. We’ll field trips twice a week to popular recreational spots such as Jump Street, the bowling alley and the movies. This camp is the perfect way to spend your summer weeks. Teen Rec Camp is designed to provide a positive camp experience in a structured environment. Wear athletic shoes and bring a bathing suit and towel every day.
    Grades:5th - 9th
    Instructor:Jana Jeffrey (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$265
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Teen Recreation Camp (Week 8)

    Don’t get bored in the lazy days of summer—come spend time with friends enjoying outdoor and indoor sports, arts and crafts, drawing and enjoy a few friendly board game competitions. We’ll field trips twice a week to popular recreational spots such as Jump Street, the bowling alley and the movies. This camp is the perfect way to spend your summer weeks. Teen Rec Camp is designed to provide a positive camp experience in a structured environment. Wear athletic shoes and bring a bathing suit and towel every day.
    Grades:5th - 9th
    Instructor:Jana Jeffrey (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$330
    Registration:FULL
  • Tennis & Recreational Swim (Week 5)

    Tennis and Rec Swim Camps are a fun way to enjoy a good workout on the tennis court followed by a cool swim. Tennis camps are designed to develop a strong foundation through stroke production, engaging drills and point play. The Greenhill camps incorporate the use of red balls, orange balls and shorter courts for kids that are 10 and under and full court yellow balls for more advanced and older players. The Greenhill staff is a group of experienced professionals that incorporate a philosophy of fun with learning to make the program enjoyable. The day will consist of two hours of on court instruction where we will focus on fundamentals and technique, followed by recreational swimming and lunch. After lunch there will be another two-hour session of tennis where we will work on strategy and point play. Required equipment: tennis racket, hat, sunscreen, lunch and swimsuit.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$330
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Tennis & Recreational Swim (Week 6)

    Tennis and Rec Swim Camps are a fun way to enjoy a good workout on the tennis court followed by a cool swim. Tennis camps are designed to develop a strong foundation through stroke production, engaging drills and point play. The Greenhill camps incorporate the use of red balls, orange balls and shorter courts for kids that are 10 and under and full court yellow balls for more advanced and older players. The Greenhill staff is a group of experienced professionals that incorporate a philosophy of fun with learning to make the program enjoyable. The day will consist of two hours of on court instruction where we will focus on fundamentals and technique, followed by recreational swimming and lunch. After lunch there will be another two-hour session of tennis where we will work on strategy and point play. Required equipment: tennis racket, hat, sunscreen, lunch and swimsuit.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$265
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$155
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Tennis & Recreational Swim (Week 7)

    Tennis and Rec Swim Camps are a fun way to enjoy a good workout on the tennis court followed by a cool swim. Tennis camps are designed to develop a strong foundation through stroke production, engaging drills and point play. The Greenhill camps incorporate the use of red balls, orange balls and shorter courts for kids that are 10 and under and full court yellow balls for more advanced and older players. The Greenhill staff is a group of experienced professionals that incorporate a philosophy of fun with learning to make the program enjoyable. The day will consist of two hours of on court instruction where we will focus on fundamentals and technique, followed by recreational swimming and lunch. After lunch there will be another two-hour session of tennis where we will work on strategy and point play. Required equipment: tennis racket, hat, sunscreen, lunch and swimsuit.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Tennis & Recreational Swim (Week 8)

    Tennis and Rec Swim Camps are a fun way to enjoy a good workout on the tennis court followed by a cool swim. Tennis camps are designed to develop a strong foundation through stroke production, engaging drills and point play. The Greenhill camps incorporate the use of red balls, orange balls and shorter courts for kids that are 10 and under and full court yellow balls for more advanced and older players. The Greenhill staff is a group of experienced professionals that incorporate a philosophy of fun with learning to make the program enjoyable. The day will consist of two hours of on court instruction where we will focus on fundamentals and technique, followed by recreational swimming and lunch. After lunch there will be another two-hour session of tennis where we will work on strategy and point play. Required equipment: tennis racket, hat, sunscreen, lunch and swimsuit.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Tennis & Recreational Swim (Week 9)

    Tennis and Rec Swim Camps are a fun way to enjoy a good workout on the tennis court followed by a cool swim. Tennis camps are designed to develop a strong foundation through stroke production, engaging drills and point play. The Greenhill camps incorporate the use of red balls, orange balls and shorter courts for kids that are 10 and under and full court yellow balls for more advanced and older players. The Greenhill staff is a group of experienced professionals that incorporate a philosophy of fun with learning to make the program enjoyable. The day will consist of two hours of on court instruction where we will focus on fundamentals and technique, followed by recreational swimming and lunch. After lunch there will be another two-hour session of tennis where we will work on strategy and point play. Required equipment: tennis racket, hat, sunscreen, lunch and swimsuit.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Tennis & Recreational Swim (Week 10)

    Tennis and Rec Swim Camps are a fun way to enjoy a good workout on the tennis court followed by a cool swim. Tennis camps are designed to develop a strong foundation through stroke production, engaging drills and point play. The Greenhill camps incorporate the use of red balls, orange balls and shorter courts for kids that are 10 and under and full court yellow balls for more advanced and older players. The Greenhill staff is a group of experienced professionals that incorporate a philosophy of fun with learning to make the program enjoyable. The day will consist of two hours of on court instruction where we will focus on fundamentals and technique, followed by recreational swimming and lunch. After lunch there will be another two-hour session of tennis where we will work on strategy and point play. Required equipment: tennis racket, hat, sunscreen, lunch and swimsuit.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Tennis & Recreational Swim (Week 11)

    Tennis and Rec Swim Camps are a fun way to enjoy a good workout on the tennis court followed by a cool swim. Tennis camps are designed to develop a strong foundation through stroke production, engaging drills and point play. The Greenhill camps incorporate the use of red balls, orange balls and shorter courts for kids that are 10 and under and full court yellow balls for more advanced and older players. The Greenhill staff is a group of experienced professionals that incorporate a philosophy of fun with learning to make the program enjoyable. The day will consist of two hours of on court instruction where we will focus on fundamentals and technique, followed by recreational swimming and lunch. After lunch there will be another two-hour session of tennis where we will work on strategy and point play. Required equipment: tennis racket, hat, sunscreen, lunch and swimsuit.
    Grades:Kindergarten - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • The First Tee Golf: 4th - 6th (Week 10)

    The First Tee Drive Golf program is sponsored by PGA, LPGA, Champions Tour and Masters Association. They have developed an innovative curriculum to teach young girls and boys the basics of golf. This camp focus is instruction of skills and fundamentals in the four basic golf shots: putting, chipping, pitching and the full swing. Coaches utilize specially designed learning equipment with oversized club faces, color coded grips, target oriented training tools and alignment markings. Each activity empowers young boys and girls to explore their abilities and develop life-enhancing values along the way. Games to help reinforce the skills are attractive to young athletes such as “golf baseball” and “golf soccer”. The last day of the week campers with participate in a tournament with awards! The First Tee Drive Golf camp is perfect for the beginner wanting to develop the basics of the game in a fun, team-based environment.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructors:Sportkinetics Dallas
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • The Lamp Project (Week 5)

    Design, build, and decorate your own working lamp out of objects you find around your home or school. Create a lamp from old toys, an old musical instrument, or build your own design. Students will learn the concepts of design as they plan their lamps and gather materials, and will learn to use appropriate tools to construct and make their lamps work! Plan to bring some interesting items that to be used in your construction. At the end of the week take your creation home and show it off!
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Brad Spellicy (Alcuin School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Total Tennis: Drills & Match Play (Week 5)

    Total Tennis is a year-round training program designed for players entering ZAT, Junior team tennis, Middle school/High school team, Champs and Super Champ level players. The weekly camps are divided into drills and match play sessions. The drilling sessions will focus on the technical/tactical aspects of the game. Match play sessions will incorporate tactical, mental/emotional and physical fitness. We utilize a favorable ratio of instructor to students.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Total Tennis: Drills & Match Play (Week 6)

    Total Tennis is a year-round training program designed for players entering ZAT, Junior team tennis, Middle school/High school team, Champs and Super Champ level players. The weekly camps are divided into drills and match play sessions. The drilling sessions will focus on the technical/tactical aspects of the game. Match play sessions will incorporate tactical, mental/emotional and physical fitness. We utilize a favorable ratio of instructor to students.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$155
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Total Tennis: Drills & Match Play (Week 7)

    Total Tennis is a year-round training program designed for players entering ZAT, Junior team tennis, Middle school/High school team, Champs and Super Champ level players. The weekly camps are divided into drills and match play sessions. The drilling sessions will focus on the technical/tactical aspects of the game. Match play sessions will incorporate tactical, mental/emotional and physical fitness. We utilize a favorable ratio of instructor to students.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Total Tennis: Drills & Match Play (Week 8)

    Total Tennis is a year-round training program designed for players entering ZAT, Junior team tennis, Middle school/High school team, Champs and Super Champ level players. The weekly camps are divided into drills and match play sessions. The drilling sessions will focus on the technical/tactical aspects of the game. Match play sessions will incorporate tactical, mental/emotional and physical fitness. We utilize a favorable ratio of instructor to students.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Total Tennis: Drills & Match Play (Week 9)

    Total Tennis is a year-round training program designed for players entering ZAT, Junior team tennis, Middle school/High school team, Champs and Super Champ level players. The weekly camps are divided into drills and match play sessions. The drilling sessions will focus on the technical/tactical aspects of the game. Match play sessions will incorporate tactical, mental/emotional and physical fitness. We utilize a favorable ratio of instructor to students.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Total Tennis: Drills & Match Play (Week 10)

    Total Tennis is a year-round training program designed for players entering ZAT, Junior team tennis, Middle school/High school team, Champs and Super Champ level players. The weekly camps are divided into drills and match play sessions. The drilling sessions will focus on the technical/tactical aspects of the game. Match play sessions will incorporate tactical, mental/emotional and physical fitness. We utilize a favorable ratio of instructor to students.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Total Tennis: Drills & Match Play (Week 11)

    Total Tennis is a year-round training program designed for players entering ZAT, Junior team tennis, Middle school/High school team, Champs and Super Champ level players. The weekly camps are divided into drills and match play sessions. The drilling sessions will focus on the technical/tactical aspects of the game. Match play sessions will incorporate tactical, mental/emotional and physical fitness. We utilize a favorable ratio of instructor to students.
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Jeff Ewing (Greenhill School, Director of Tennis)
    Date:August 5 - 9
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$195
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Typing Skills (Week 7)

    Are you frustrated with hunting and pecking on the keyboard? Would you like to be able to type your assignments more quickly? This class focuses on developing correct keyboarding skills as a tool to promote academic success. Emphasis will be placed on learning correct finger placement, posture, and movement. After learning the fundamentals of typing, students work to improve their speed and accuracy through a variety of drills and exercises. Correct techniques will give students greater confidence as they become touch typists and use the computer keyboard in most effective ways.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructors:Nora Garcia & Paul Yang (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    CLICk HERE TO REGISTER
  • Typing Skills (Week 9)

    Are you frustrated with hunting and pecking on the keyboard? Would you like to be able to type your assignments more quickly? This class focuses on developing correct keyboarding skills as a tool to promote academic success. Emphasis will be placed on learning correct finger placement, posture, and movement. After learning the fundamentals of typing, students work to improve their speed and accuracy through a variety of drills and exercises. Correct techniques will give students greater confidence as they become touch typists and use the computer keyboard in most effective ways.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructors:Nora Garcia & Paul Yang (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
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  • Typing Skills (Week 10)

    Are you frustrated with hunting and pecking on the keyboard? Would you like to be able to type your assignments more quickly? This class focuses on developing correct keyboarding skills as a tool to promote academic success. Emphasis will be placed on learning correct finger placement, posture, and movement. After learning the fundamentals of typing, students work to improve their speed and accuracy through a variety of drills and exercises. Correct techniques will give students greater confidence as they become touch typists and use the computer keyboard in most effective ways.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructors:Paul Yang (Greenhill School) & Nora Garcia (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:FULL
  • Violin for Beginners (Week 7)

    Have you ever wanted to play the violin? Come join us for a week of learning and fun, as we explore the wonderful world of violin music! Students will learn the basics of violin playing and will have a chance to perform at the end of the course. No prior experience required. Instruments will be provided!
    Grades:5th - 12th
    Instructor:Hunter Dove (Private Music Teacher)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Volleyball for Boys: 4th - 6th (Week 8)

    Discover the keys to boys’ volleyball in our one-week camp. Coaches provide hands-on instruction along with personalized drills, practices and/or games. Innovative methods provide immediate reinforcement of the proper techniques. Additionally, players cool off during the day with a short swim in the indoor swimming pool. Required equipment: sneakers, t-shirt/shorts, swimsuit, and towel.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructor:Nate Griggs '09 (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Volleyball for Intermediate Girls (Week 8)

    Learn the fundamentals of passing, setting, serving and hitting! Young players improve their technique and court sense through this innovative program of instruction that includes individual player evaluations, daily competitive play and player awards. This is essential training before those fall tryouts. Required equipment: kneepads, swimsuit, towel. At the end of each day, we’ll cool off in our indoor pool.
    Grades:3rd - 6th
    Instructor:Tatiane Deibert (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Water Polo - Introduction Camp (Week 7)

    Water polo is a fast growing sport in the Dallas area and throughout Texas. This introductory camp will focus on children enjoying a ball sport in the water. Requirements for this camp are the ability to swim at least one lap (25 yards) without stopping and tread water for one minute. This is not a learn-to-swim program, but rather a fun way to apply your swimming skills! Pegasus Water Polo Academy offers a year round, professionally coached program for children and adolescents age 8-18 at multiple locations throughout Dallas and is open to players at all levels of experience.
    Grades:3rd - 9th
    Instructors:Pegasus Water Polo Academy
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Watercolor Magic - Beginner: 4th - 6th (Week 10)

    Through the magic of watercolors, we will create artwork that will be worth a splash! Come dab into a week’s worth of color as we learn the basics on how to watercolor. Children will be introduced to an array of colors that everyone should have on their palette. Learn different techniques every day, how to mix colors and how to apply to the paper. It’s sure to be a colorful week! Project examples: Fun and easy watercolor backgrounds, watercolor textures, watercolor flowers, watercolor galaxy painting etc.
    Grades:4th - 6th
    Instructor:Rhiannon Reyes (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 29 - August 2
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Web Design (Week 7)

    Ever wondered how web pages were built? Come join our web design camp and learn some HTML. HyperText Markup Language, commonly referred to as HTML, is the standard language used to create web pages. Web browsers can read HTML files and compose them into web pages. Our goal with this camp is to get students to interact on a hands-on level with the technology that they use every day. Students learn HTML commands and syntax as they make and show-off their own webpage.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Web Design (Week 8)

    Ever wondered how web pages were built? Come join our web design camp and learn some HTML. HyperText Markup Language, commonly referred to as HTML, is the standard language used to create web pages. Web browsers can read HTML files and compose them into web pages. Our goal with this camp is to get students to interact on a hands-on level with the technology that they use every day. Students learn HTML commands and syntax as they make and show-off their own webpage.
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructors:Rex Programming
    Date:July 15 - 18
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$205
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • What Comes First - The Chicken or The Egg (Week 8)

    If you love animals and are interested in science, you will enjoy this unit on chickens. This in-depth study of eggs and chickens will answer questions such as: How long does it take a chicken egg to hatch? Can baby chicks breathe inside the egg? What is an incubator? What is an egg tooth? You will trace the egg from the farm to your kitchen table using hands-on activities, crafts, games, and experiments. These activities will cover embryology, comb identification, feather patterns, egg sizing, and comparisons. You will have the opportunity to set up incubators and monitor hatching of baby chicks.
    Grades:2nd - 5th
    Instructor:Linda Mitchell-Hill (Dallas ISD Gifted Program)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • What Comes First - The Chicken or The Egg? (Week 9)

    If you love animals and are interested in science, you will enjoy this unit on chickens. This in-depth study of eggs and chickens will answer questions such as: How long does it take a chicken egg to hatch? Can baby chicks breathe inside the egg? What is an incubator? What is an egg tooth? You will trace the egg from the farm to your kitchen table using hands-on activities, crafts, games, and experiments. These activities will cover embryology, comb identification, feather patterns, egg sizing, and comparisons. You will have the opportunity to set up incubators and monitor hatching of baby chicks.
    Grades:2nd - 5th
    Instructor:Linda Mitchell-Hill (Dallas ISD Gifted Program)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Cost:$325
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Winter in July (Week 7)

    Are you looking for a way to cool down in the boiling heat of the Texas summer? Look no further because Winter in July is coming! Camp activities will include making crystal snowflakes, snowmen mints, homemade marshmallows, gingerbread houses, snow globes and more. We will have indoor “snowball” fights, mix up some snowflake slime and build a giant igloo to play in. We can’t wait for you to join in on all the winter-wonderful magic!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Valerie Rhomberg (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Winter in July (Week 8)

    Are you looking for a way to cool down in the boiling heat of the Texas summer? Look no further because Winter in July is coming! Camp activities will include making crystal snowflakes, snowmen mints, homemade marshmallows, gingerbread houses, snow globes and more. We will have indoor “snowball” fights, mix up some snowflake slime and build a giant igloo to play in. We can’t wait for you to join in on all the winter-wonderful magic!
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Valerie Rhomberg (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • World War II for Young Historians (Week 7)

    What happened on D-Day? How did airplanes affect battles? What role did women play in the war? We will answer these questions and more as we explore the Second World War at home and abroad. Students will do hands-on activities, read age-appropriate source materials, and gain an understanding of this important chapter of World History.
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructor:Amy Bresie '95, Ph.D. (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Writing & Art (Week 6)

    Do you like to write? Do you enjoy art? This class will give you the opportunity to get your writing and art ideas out! Come prepared on the first day to jump on a computer or grab a piece of paper and begin writing! Individual teacher conferencing and support will allow each student to take their writing piece any direction of choice. Along the way, art pieces will be created to enhance the writing pieces or to be created separately!! Bring all your creative ideas! We’ll make them work.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Lisa Sealy (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 1 - 5 (Closed July 4th)
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$150
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Writing & Art (Week 7)

    Do you like to write? Do you enjoy art? This class will give you the opportunity to get your writing and art ideas out! Come prepared on the first day to jump on a computer or grab a piece of paper and begin writing! Individual teacher conferencing and support will allow each student to take their writing piece any direction of choice. Along the way, art pieces will be created to enhance the writing pieces or to be created separately!! Bring all your creative ideas! We’ll make them work.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Lisa Sealy (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 8 - 12
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Writing & Art (Week 8)

    Do you like to write? Do you enjoy art? This class will give you the opportunity to get your writing and art ideas out! Come prepared on the first day to jump on a computer or grab a piece of paper and begin writing! Individual teacher conferencing and support will allow each student to take their writing piece any direction of choice. Along the way, art pieces will be created to enhance the writing pieces or to be created separately!! Bring all your creative ideas! We’ll make them work.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Lisa Sealy (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 15 - 19
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Writing & Art (Week 9)

    Do you like to write? Do you enjoy art? This class will give you the opportunity to get your writing and art ideas out! Come prepared on the first day to jump on a computer or grab a piece of paper and begin writing! Individual teacher conferencing and support will allow each student to take their writing piece any direction of choice. Along the way, art pieces will be created to enhance the writing pieces or to be created separately!! Bring all your creative ideas! We’ll make them work.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Lisa Sealy (Greenhill School)
    Date:July 22 - 26
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Writing & Creative Expression (Week 5)

    Students will use their imagination to write in a variety of ways. Amongst the activities, students will create comics, poems, and short stories. They will be encouraged to create written content for the enjoyment of other readers and to express themselves in a confident manner. At the end of the course, students will have a portfolio of written work to be proud of! The perfect course for the budding author.
    Grades:3rd - 5th
    Instructor:Sonja Hayes (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Yoga & Art - Greenhill Style: 4th - 8th (Week 5)

    Yoga Camp: Greenhill Style is designed to help each practitioner understand the direct relationship to health and exercise through the whole body and mind, while collectively zoning in on their artistic side. This beginner class will establish a solid foundation for the practice of yoga, and instill confidence through artistic practice. Children will practice physical poses (asanas) and meditative movement, and then later take that focus obtained through yoga and apply it to their art. We will practice yoga salutations in order to increase heart rate and then cool down through gentle counter balancing stretches to build strength and flexibility. Students are then able to express themselves creatively through art. This class will aim to promote inner calm and focus while providing a safe haven to relax and have fun!
    Grades:4th - 8th
    Instructor:Valerie Gillespie '98 (Greenhill School)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
  • Zombie Outbreaks & Alien Invasions (Week 5)

    Have you ever wondered how you would respond in an alien invasion or a zombie outbreak? This week in camp, we will be playing two pencil and paper role-playing games (RPGs) in the style of Dungeons and Dragons that involve characters just like YOU figuring out how to survive and save your friends in a world where all the rules have suddenly changed! If you love to play pencil-and-paper role-playing games, if you have never played one and would like to learn how, or even if you just like telling stories and using your creativity, this camp is for you! Role-playing games exercise problem-solving skills and foster creativity, critical thinking, communication, and teamwork. You work together to bring the story to life for everyone. Included in the cost of the camp is a set of dice, a dice bag, and custom pencils to remember camp by!
    Grades:5th - 8th
    Instructors:Jason Gajderowicz, Ph.D. (Greenhill School) & Tom Harrison (Professional Graphic Artist)
    Date:June 24 - 28
    Time:9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Cost:$185
    Registration:CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
 
 

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