Summer Programs

Exciting. Educational. Safe. Fun. More than just a place to keep kids busy, Allen Academy’s Summer Programs are an opportunity for children to learn and discover, in combination with all the fun of a traditional summer camp.

Open to all children who are entering PK – 6th grade, our Summer Day Program is organized into six sessions, with each week-long session revolving around a different theme. Students may attend either full-day from 7:30am – 5:30pm ($270 weekly tuition) or half-day from 7:30am – 12:30pm or 12:30pm -5:30pm ($170 weekly tuition). Each day, all attendees spend the morning participating in age-appropriate activities, experiments, and fun-filled lessons based upon the week’s topic of exploration.

Afternoons for full-day attendees are filled with exciting field trips, arts and crafts, STEM activities and more, as attendees are provided opportunities to expend all of their excess summer energy in a safe, fun-filled environment.

Our Summer Athletics Programs are organized into week-long sessions, each focusing on a single sport.  This year we are pleased to offer Volleyball, Soccer, and Basketball sessions. Because our Varsity Athletes often have sports-specific practices throughout the summers, our Athletics sessions are geared towards current and rising Middle School students at all skill levels. In addition to developing foundational skills and understanding of the sport, students will increasing their speed, agility, strength, and confidence.

This year, we are also offering one STEM/STEAM Program for rising 5th through 9th grade students. With a focus on space and engineering, this session allow for hands-on exploration and discovery under the guidance of Allen Academy’s Rocketry and Engineering teacher, Stephanie Hanover. From 8:00am to 2:00pm, students will design, construct, and test space suits, develop and create robotic rovers, build rockets, and more!

Whether cooking, playing basketball or soccer, painting, or more, Allen Academy Summer Programs are an awesome place for your child to enjoy their summer!

~Heather St. Clair
Director of Summer Programs

 

Summer Program 2019 dates: June 3 – 28, and July 8 – 19 

Click here to view the 2019 Summer Day Program session descriptions

(* If you are having trouble opening the PDF, please click here for JPEGs of Page 1 and Page 2 of the Summer Day Programs flyer)

Summer Day Programs are open to all students entering PK-1 (3 year olds) through 6th grade. 

To enroll your child in Summer Day Programs, please scroll down and complete the form embedded in this page. 

 

Click here to view the 2019 Summer Athletics & STEM/STEAM Program Descriptions 

(* Please click here for a JPEG of the Summer Athletics & STEM/STEAM Program flyer) 

Please note the availability for each session:

To enroll your child in a Summer Athletics / STEM Program, please click here

 

Should you have any questions, please email hstclair@allenacademy.org

 

Child #1

Art can be more than just a drawing or painting. This week student artists of all ages will use their imaginations to create items that can be used in a variety of ways.  We will silk screen original tee-shirts to wear, up-cycle scrap wood to construct something new, design and create animal masks, use PVC Pipe to build a portable puppet theatre, and paint a woodland scene as they collaborate on a life-sized group mural.  Students of all ages will learn to take photographs of their creations so that we can showcase their work online.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz inspires this summer’s original production, as students write scripts, create props, select costumes, rewrite songs, and use real stage sets to act out scenes as they film their own version of Dorothy’s adventures.  The much loved tales of Oz began with the original 14 books by L. Frank Baum, but they also led to productions such as The Wiz and Wicked.  From munchkins to monkeys, there’s a part for every age as we create our own DVD version of the journey down the Yellow Brick Road.
Join us where science experiments and space facts are blended with favorite science fiction characters to create an out-of-this-world experience.  From lunar landings to lightsabers, Earthlings to Ewoks, nearby planets to galaxies far, far away, and forces of physics that will always be with us, this week’s adventures will inspire students as they use scientific facts to excite their imaginations.  Students are invited to bring their favorite space related objects and activities, or to wear their favorite character costumes throughout the week.
The joy of cooking goes far beyond recipes, ingredients and flavors - it also includes presentation! This week we will focus on using our imaginations to produce delicious dishes such as dragon croissants, monster melons, flower garden stuffed shells, Rapunzel’s tower dessert, and more! Students of all ages will cook  beautiful and exciting foods for every type of meal from breakfast to dessert. 

Child #2

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Art can be more than just a drawing or painting. This week student artists of all ages will use their imaginations to create items that can be used in a variety of ways.  We will silk screen original tee-shirts to wear, up-cycle scrap wood to construct something new, design and create animal masks, use PVC Pipe to build a portable puppet theatre, and paint a woodland scene as they collaborate on a life-sized group mural.  Students of all ages will learn to take photographs of their creations so that we can showcase their work online.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz inspires this summer’s original production, as students write scripts, create props, select costumes, rewrite songs, and use real stage sets to act out scenes as they film their own version of Dorothy’s adventures.  The much loved tales of Oz began with the original 14 books by L. Frank Baum, but they also led to productions such as The Wiz and Wicked.  From munchkins to monkeys, there’s a part for every age as we create our own DVD version of the journey down the Yellow Brick Road.
Join us where science experiments and space facts are blended with favorite science fiction characters to create an out-of-this-world experience.  From lunar landings to lightsabers, Earthlings to Ewoks, nearby planets to galaxies far, far away, and forces of physics that will always be with us, this week’s adventures will inspire students as they use scientific facts to excite their imaginations.  Students are invited to bring their favorite space related objects and activities, or to wear their favorite character costumes throughout the week.
The joy of cooking goes far beyond recipes, ingredients and flavors - it also includes presentation! This week we will focus on using our imaginations to produce delicious dishes such as dragon croissants, monster melons, flower garden stuffed shells, Rapunzel’s tower dessert, and more! Students of all ages will cook  beautiful and exciting foods for every type of meal from breakfast to dessert. 

Child #3

If this is not applicable, please leave this section blank and scroll down to the bottom of the form.
Art can be more than just a drawing or painting. This week student artists of all ages will use their imaginations to create items that can be used in a variety of ways.  We will silk screen original tee-shirts to wear, up-cycle scrap wood to construct something new, design and create animal masks, use PVC Pipe to build a portable puppet theatre, and paint a woodland scene as they collaborate on a life-sized group mural.  Students of all ages will learn to take photographs of their creations so that we can showcase their work online.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz inspires this summer’s original production, as students write scripts, create props, select costumes, rewrite songs, and use real stage sets to act out scenes as they film their own version of Dorothy’s adventures.  The much loved tales of Oz began with the original 14 books by L. Frank Baum, but they also led to productions such as The Wiz and Wicked.  From munchkins to monkeys, there’s a part for every age as we create our own DVD version of the journey down the Yellow Brick Road.
Join us where science experiments and space facts are blended with favorite science fiction characters to create an out-of-this-world experience.  From lunar landings to lightsabers, Earthlings to Ewoks, nearby planets to galaxies far, far away, and forces of physics that will always be with us, this week’s adventures will inspire students as they use scientific facts to excite their imaginations.  Students are invited to bring their favorite space related objects and activities, or to wear their favorite character costumes throughout the week.
The joy of cooking goes far beyond recipes, ingredients and flavors - it also includes presentation! This week we will focus on using our imaginations to produce delicious dishes such as dragon croissants, monster melons, flower garden stuffed shells, Rapunzel’s tower dessert, and more! Students of all ages will cook  beautiful and exciting foods for every type of meal from breakfast to dessert. 
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