Summer camps are fun extracurricular opportunities led by FBA staff members on our campus during June and July. They provide hands-on learning activities in unique content areas and encourage holistic student development.
We are excited to offer three summer camps this year! Click the links below to see more information and sign up (register your students ASAP because space is limited).
Mrs. Rachel Trout and Mrs. Debra Trout are hosting Library Camp for 3-7-year-olds June 26th-30th from 10am-11am! This camp will feature literacy activities, STEM, arts and crafts, reading challenges, and prizes for a cost of $40 per student.
Rising 4th-8th grade students are invited to join us for our Mindstorms to Monuments STEM Camp June 26th-29th from 1:30pm-4pm! Mindstorms to Monuments is a four day course that combines LEGO robotics and architecture to introduce students to fundamental principles in both fields of study. During the first two days, students will explore robotics and programming using LEGO Mindstorm technology. On the final two days, they will study architectural design and create their own LEGO buildings using scale, proportion, and elements of design. Students will gain an understanding of robotics and architecture and learn how the two are combined today to create functional and beautiful structures all around the world. STEM education promotes problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, curiosity, decision making, leadership, entrepreneurship, acceptance of failure, tenacity, and so much more.
STEM Camp Sign-Up
Join us for Music Camp July 17th-21st! Participants will explore various parts of an orchestra through hands-on learning with Mrs. Reno. Students ages 4-6 will attend 9am-10am each day, and 7-10-year-olds will come from 10:30am-11:45am. The cost is $40 per student, and space is limited, so sign up ASAP!