Information for prior summers are marked with an "*". It is provided as a reference. You can contact the organizations to see if they will offer programs for the coming summer.
Please Look at these websites:
http://www.WScamps.com Themost comprehensive listing of Winston-Salem summer camps
www.cfnc.org for the Directory of College Preparation Programs. A wealth of information on summer programs throughout North Carolina
Please use the indicated contact information.
Gifted Summer Learning Institute: Students Thinking, Exploring, Problem Solving, Succeeding (S.T.E.P.S. )
A program held at Hanes from July 8-12, 2013. Duke University Professors and Gifted Education candidates, working as interns will work with the WS/FC AIG staff to make this program enjoyable and a challenge for students. All registration fees ($50.00) and applications are due by Friday, May 3rd. Before and after program care is available. Website: http://wsfcs.k12.nc.us/Page/69346 and select the S.T.E.P.S. Academically Gifted Summer Institute. You can also email Paula Wilkins at the Central Office for more infomation.
NC State University
Speed Reading: substantial gains in comprehension while doubling reading speed. Please call 800-978-9596
McCallie ( a private school in Chattanooga, TN) has various camps. See msc.mccallie.org
Broadreach Summer Adventures
Raleigh, NC 1-888-833-1907
Adventures are abroad and include Marine Science, Language and Cultural Immersion, Science & Medicine. Academic offerings are also available. www.gobroadreach.com
OXBRIDGE Academic Programs
Programs for 8th through 12th grade students to travel abroad and be exposed to outstanding and dedicated educators. These programs are potentially life-changing experiences.
Vanderbilt Summer Academy
A summer program designed to meet the intellectual and cognitive needs of highly gifted students. The rising 8th grade program is from June 9th through 14th, the rising 9th grade program runs from June 16th through the 28th. You can call (615) 322-8261 or email email@example.com
for more information.
For advanced students ages 9-18 at such schools as Amherst, Princeton, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Vassar and Yale. I have 2013 brochures in the Guidance Office and you can check out the website for more information.
* Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
Summer Volunteer Program (2013 Application available January 1st, deadline: March 15th)
Program runs from June 17th - August 9th and is designed for students ages 14-18. Students spend two days a week throughout the summer volunteering in both patient and non-patient care areas.
Contact information: Brittany Snow firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-3519
*Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Summer Enrichment Program
More things for the kids to do. There are two sessions and there is a cost(Scholarships are available with written nominations from teachers, ministers, or guidance counselors stating why the child is deserving of a scholarship. Application are due to the director of the program by the 7th of March.)
Classes are at Reynolds High School. Parents must provide transportation. The cost for a full day is $350.00 and for a half day the cost is $262.00. Band and Orchestra are also available for $40(?) for the session.
BABYSITTING SURVIVAL-Learn how to be a responsible babysitter. Make games you can use with young children, emergency procedures.
BOOK CLUB-If you love to read and share with others, you'll love this course. The format will be fun, also.
CHEERLEADING-Learn how to cheer or improve your skills.
COMPUTER EXPLORATIONS---Explore cool websites, databases and other fun activities on the computer.
COOKING---Explore the chef in you! Let's find out what's cooking at SE!
CREATIVE WRITING----This is a fun course for improving your creative writing skills. Be a part of the fun!
DANCE----Learn choreographed dances and perform at "Open House!"
FORENSIC SCIENCE-Learn how investigations are conducted. Learn about fingerprinting and DNA.
GOLF----Putting! Chipping! Driving! Learn about this great game. Practice at the driving range and at the golf course.
"HOW DO YOU LOOK?"-Learn all about makeup and how to apply it. Learn what to and what not to wear. Fashion tips.
I LOVE NORTH CAROLINA!-What a wonderful state! Find out things you didn't know about the people and history.
JUNIOR APPRENTICE---Learn about basic business and accounting skills. Participate in a variety of activities through group assignments. The group will have the responsibility of creating a successful and profitable business. Students will participate in a whole group exercise selling to the other students.
ODYSSEY OF THE MIND---Science at its best. Learn teamwork, create bridges and musical instruments. Participate in classroom competitions.
POTTERY---Make and bake your own creations! Toad houses, Animals and Picture Frames.
ENRICHMENT 2008 SELECTIONS
SPORTS-Try your hand at basketball, soccer, volleyball and more!
STAMPING/WEARABLE ART---Use over 200 stamps to make projects you can take home. Let Your Creativity Come Alive!
STEP-STEPPING at Summer Enrichment! Learn about the history, sounds, rhythm and movements from Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Perform at Open House.
WORLD CULTURES---Learn about the cultures of other countries through crafts, costumes and art! You'll love it!
THEATER PRODUCTION---Be a part of the Summer Enrichment Production which will be performed at R.J. Reynolds Auditorium. TAKE PART IN THIS RICH TRADITION! THE PROGRAM IS FOR FIVE WEEKS.
WEB DESIGN-Get ready for an exciting adventure as you learn how to design web pages and much more!!
BEGINNING AND INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED BAND : Clarinet, Flute. Percussion, Trombone, Trumpet
BEGINNING AND INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED ORCHESTRA : Cello, Double Bass, Viola, Violin
BAND AND ORCHESTRA can be taken as a one hour course. The fee is $60.00
THEATER STUDENTS cannot take band or orchestra.
PROGRAM COST (Full/Half Day) WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION PACKET.
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION PACKET.
FINAL COURSES WILL BE DETERMINED BY ENROLLMENT.
CLASSES SELECTED DURING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS