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Orlando Summer Camps that Prepare Students for Success

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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
Whether you are new to archery or are a competitive shooter, come join one of Lake Highland’s certified Archery Coach's Megan Blakely, and learn the basic skills of archery safety and technique or hone your competitive skills for the upcoming season. Lake Highland’s Varsity Archery Team has 5 Regional and State OAS Championships and is nationally ranked. Feel free to bring your own equipment or use the equipment provided to everyone. Join us at our Archery hut and get ready ...
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| Categories: Sports Camps, Week 1: June 8-12, Week 2: June 15-19, Week 3: June 22-26, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Baking Boot Camp (Grades 6-12)
Do you love to bake? Grab your aprons and chef hats as we turn the LHP Café into the ultimate baking factory! Join us for a week of savory breads, sweet cakes, tasty candies, and more! All ability levels are welcome.  **This camp is held on the Charles Clayton Campus.****Students must bring their own lunch from home this week as they will not travel to the main campus to eat.** Week 1: June 8 - June 12 ($510)Week 2: June 15 - June 19 ($510)9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.Taught by Mel...
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 1: June 8-12, Week 2: June 15-19, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Basketball - Boys (Grades 9-12)
Quality basketball instruction stressing fundamentals, techniques, philosophy, strategy, and intensive skill development will be the focus each week. Teamwork and an enthusiastic attitude will also be emphasized. Players should bring gym shorts, two t-shirts, basketball shoes and socks, a swimsuit, and a towel daily. We will swim in the LHP pool each day. Each player will receive a basketball.    Week 1: June 8 - June 128:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.$360Taught by Ben Fratrik and Jason Lee.
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| Categories: Sports Camps, Week 1: June 8-12, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
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
Chop! Chop! - Cooking 101 (Grades 6-12)
If you like to eat, this is the class for you. Learn how to be a master in the kitchen! Come to learn how to prepare and perfect meals; each day is devoted to a skill and theme to master in 3 to 4 dishes that add up to one incredible meal. All ability levels are welcome!**This camp is held at the Charles Clayton Campus.****Students must bring their own lunch from home this week as they will not travel to the main campus to eat.** Week 3: June 22 - June 269:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.$510Taught by M...
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 3: June 22-26, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
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
In order to become effective leaders in both their school and community, students will learn about leadership and executive functioning skills through both classroom and hands-on experience. Students will have the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to be a leader using the five major executive function areas: organizing, prioritizing, shifting/thinking flexibly, accessing working memory, and self-monitoring/self-checking. Students will then apply these skills in the community. They will u...
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 2: June 15-19, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9
Entrepreneurship is a major force in today's economy and you could be a part of this growing trend. In this project-based program, campers select a business idea and learn to develop a compelling business plan to make it happen. Participants internalize concepts in strategy, marketing, finance and operations, while developing entrepreneurial skills and business savvy. Campers make a pitch presentation of their ventures on the last day. We will also visit the LHP pool each day!Week 2: June 15...
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Week 2: June 15-19
Golf Camp (Grades 2-12)
Golf, “the sport for a lifetime,” combines physical aptitude and mental fortitude inspiring golfers to continually exceed their personal best. Whether your junior desires to get off to a fundamentally correct start or to represent Lake Highland as a member of a golf team, Highlander Summer offers award winning golf instruction led by Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teacher Brad Brewer at Rosen Shingle Creek. Lake Highland coaches along with Brad and his certified instructors, all with ...
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| Categories: Sports Camps, Week 1: June 8-12, Week 2: June 15-19, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
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
Musical Theatre Summer Intensive *2 weeks* (Grades 7-10)
Does your child dream of taking center stage? Now is the time to make those dreams come true. Lake Highland is excited to offer a 2-week performance-based musical theatre camp where students will explore the ins and outs of putting on a musical from auditions through rehearsals to the final performance. Students will have master classes in all aspects of becoming a triple threat (singer, dancer, and actor) and at the end of the two weeks, will perform in Legally Blonde the Musical Jr. This camp ...
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 6: July 13-17, Week 7: July 20-24, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10
The Personal Branding, Social Media & Digital Communication camp embeds 21st Century tools so that a student can incorporate the necessary steps to build a “brand,” to learn how to communicate properly using digital tools, and to provide the student with the opportunity to create and utilize a digital portfolio in a new way. Not only does this camp serve to fully prepare our students for college, but it sets them up to succeed in a world where they may have to invent their own jo...
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 1: June 8-12, Week 4: June 29-July 2, Week 5: July 6-10, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9
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
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
This program builds a strategic mindset and problem-solving skills through the case study method. Campers work in small teams and act as strategy consultants to solve real business problems at some of the world's most popular companies, include Apple, Coke, McDonald's and Under Armor. Campers create and deliver impactful presentations with specific and measurable recommendations and learn about careers in consulting. We will also visit the LHP pool each day! Week 3: June 22 - June 2...
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Week 3: June 22-26

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