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Orlando Summer Camps that Prepare Students for Success

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Advanced Composition (Grades 10-12)
Course #1009300, 0.5 Credit    S1: June 10-26    S2: July 1-17    Advanced Composition is a writing intensive course that aims to increase students’ ability to develop ideas and express them effectively. Students compose expository essays using various modes such as description, illustration, definition, process analysis, comparison/contrast and argument. Students engage in frequent in-class writing assignments and participate in regular teacher facilitat...
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| Categories: US Academics, Session 1: June 10-26, Session 2: July 1-17, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Advanced Composition- Online (grades 10-12)
Course #S1009300, 0.5 credit     June 15 - July 10    Are you an independent learner? Can you successfully meet deadlines? If you answered in the affirmative, then the LHPS online composition course could be a good choice for you. While the face-to-face course should be your first choice, if your schedule does not permit attendance at these sessions, the online option might be your answer! Advanced Composition is a writing intensive course that aims to inc...
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| Categories: US Academics, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Online
Advanced Marine Research (Grade 9)
Course #2002510R, 0.5 credit    S1: June 10-26Advanced Marine Research gives students the opportunity to interact with field researchers who will provide instruction and guidance in past, present and future marine investigations in the Florida Keys.  The course is a three-week summer session; two weeks of classroom/pool instruction at LHP and one week dedicated to fieldwork at a research facility in the Keys (June 19-24).  Students will be conducting their own research, ...
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| Categories: US Academics, Grade 9, Session 1: June 10-26
Ceramics with a Twist (Grades 9-12)
Course #S0102300, 0.5 credit    S2: July 1-17    This ceramics course introduces students to fundamental methods of forming clay with a little added twist. Students will learn the basic techniques for hand-building, sculpting and carving. Craftsmanship, creativity, and an appreciation for the elements that are inherent to well-made functional pottery are emphasized in this class. Students will learn how to ...
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| Categories: US Academics, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Grade 9, Session 2: July 1-17
Course #8601900, 0.5 credit                  S2: July 1 - July 17In this course, students will learn about and work with small computers – also known as microprocessors. Computers have become a ubiquitous part of our society and as processors get smaller and smaller, computer applications with continue to find their way not only onto our watches and phones but even the clothes we wear. In this project-based course, each student will design and d...
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| Categories: US Academics, Session 2: July 1-17, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
GOA- Global Online Academy (Grades 10-12)
Global Online Academy offers courses to current Lake Highland students in grades 10, 11, and 12 with at least a 3.0 GPA. Students enrolling in GOA courses must have daily access to a computer and reliable internet connectivity. Each course is a semester credit (0.5) and is offered from June 15 - July 13 in an intensive 7-week format. Academically motivated students interested in registering for any GOA courses should register here through your CampBrain account first. Jennife...
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| Categories: US Academics, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Online
Humanities I (Grades 11-12)
Course #0900300, 0.5 credit    S1: June 10-26    Humanities I is a roller coaster ride through art, music, literature and architecture from pre-history to the Renaissance. This course, designed for juniors and seniors, provides a look at humankind’s greatest creative achievements through class discussions, lectures, films, PowerPoint presentations, readings and appropriate hands-on activities pertinent to each unit of study. Course fee includes field trips.&nb...
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| Categories: US Academics, Grade 11, Grade 12, Session 1: June 10-26
Course #0200305, 0.5 credit                  Online Course - June 8 - July 2This course provides an overview of various fields of computer science. It introduces topics such as the binary and hexadecimal number systems, how the internet works, creation of digital images, cyber security, and programming. Students will solve a variety of real world problems through projects and engaging activities. The programming languages used in the course include Ja...
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| Categories: US Academics, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Online
Course #0100330, 0.5 credit           S1: June 10 - June 26 Students will study and examine the history and artistic production of Italy from c. 1300-1600. Students will be exposed to art historical analytical tools, major works, artists, and authors. Furthermore, students will place art within the cultural context that created it, applying their knowledge of history to the works produced by historical figures. This course includes travel abroad to Italy.*Grade...
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| Categories: US Academics, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Session 1: June 10-26
Personal Finance Honors- Online (Grades 9-12)
Course #S2102374, 0.5 credit    Online Session: June 15 - July 17Are you ready for the game of life? What's the ROI on your future degree? Are all credit cards considered equal? Should you choose a 401K or a 403b retirement account? Prepare for these important decisions and more in this personal finance course that will walk you through the various aspects of your life and the important choices you will have to make along the way. We will cover concepts including budgeting, pa...
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| Categories: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, US Academics, Online
Personal Fitness (Grades 9-12)
Course #1501300, 0.5 credit    S1: June 15-26       S2: July 6-17     This course will provide students with opportunities to develop an individual optimum level of fitness. The content will include physical fitness concepts, the significance of lifestyle in one's health and fitness, assessment of the health-related components of physical fitness, health problems associated with inadequate fitness levels, stress management, sound nutriti...
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| Categories: US Academics, Personal Fitness S1: June 15-26, Personal Fitness S2: July 6-17
Robotics I (Grades 9-12)
Course #9410110, 0.5 credit             S1: June 10-26This course provides a hands-on vehicle for learning robotics through experience and discovery. Students get to “own” their learning and the teacher becomes the facilitator of their learning. The robotics class is designed to allow students to feel comfortable with the new and sometimes very complicated concepts that robotics brings with it. Additionally, the student becomes part of a team that d...
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| Categories: US Academics, Session 1: June 10-26, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12

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