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Orlando Summer Camps that Prepare Students for Success

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Babysitting (grades 5-9) $445
Qualities, expectations, and responsibilities of an excellent babysitter will be the focus as students are trained in the basics of childcare, first aid, and how to handle emergencies. This full day course will allow your future sitter to interact with our youngest Highlanders, learn to entertain and create, as well as establish awareness of safe surroundings. This class is a must for anyone who is ready to become an expert babysitter! First Responder and CPR lessons will be taught by Conan Bick...
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 2: June 17-21, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9
Basketball- Boys (9-12) $355
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. Each player will receive a basketball.   |   8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
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| Categories: Sports Camps, Week 1: June 10-14, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Bowling (grades 7-12) AM only $195
Do you have time to spare this summer? Our bowling camp will get you out of the heat and making strikes in no time! Join our varsity coaches as they teach you the skills to become a better bowler. The Highlander bus will transport campers to and from Aloma Bowl in Winter Park.  All rental fees are included in the price.  |  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
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| Categories: Sports Camps, Week 7: July 22-26, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Executive Functioning Skills (grades 6-10) AM only week 4: $135, weeks 3 and 7: $220
Executive function skills develop gradually and at different rates for different people. Most children struggle at one time or another with planning, organization and follow through. Children with learning and attention issues nearly always have difficulty with one or more executive skills, which can lead to obstacles in learning and behavior. Academic success in our schools is linked with children’s mastery of a wide range of skills that rely on their use of executive function strategies....
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 3: June 24-28, Week 4: July 1-3, Week 7: July 22-26, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10
Debate Workshop (grades 8-9) $555
Course #S000220, non-creditThis course is for students who have joined or are planning to join the Lincoln-Douglas Debate team or the Public Forum Debate team and compete at the beginning of the Fall 2019 semester. This workshop serves as an affordable option for those who cannot or are not planning to attend a national debate camp this summer. Intense weeklong instruction will prepare students for immediate competitive success as LD and Public Forum debate novices in the 2019-2020 Sea...
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| Categories: LS-MS Academic Enrichment, Week 3: June 24-28, Grade 8, Grade 9
Developing Leaders (grades 7-9) $425
In order to become effective leaders in both their school and community, students will learn about leadership beginning with themselves using Habitudes by Tim Elmore as a guide. Habitudes helps student build character based on emotional security, handle criticism, learn to use feedback for personal improvement, become better models of healthy leadership by increasing self-awareness, and turn their core values into actions that inspire peers to follow. Our class will use the skills and leadership...
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| Categories: Week 1: June 10-14, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9
Fishing Camp (3-9) week 3: $470, week 4: $285
It has been said that a bad day of fishing beats a good day at work! Come and learn to bait a hook and cast a line in our very own Lake Highland as well as other local lakes within walking distance. All equipment is provided, but if you have that lucky pole or gear, feel free to bring it with you.   |   9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Sports Camps, Week 3: June 24-28, Week 4: July 1-3, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9
Golf Camp (grades 2-12) $550
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 10-14, Week 2: June 17-21, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Kitchen Cuisine I and II (6-8)  $500
Do you like to eat? Do you like to cook? Do you enjoy watching the Food Network channel? If so, then this is the class for you! Join us as we learn to prepare and cook classic meals that everyone will love. Each day is devoted to a new cooking skill and theme as we prepare 3 to 4 dishes that add up to one incredible meal. All ability levels are welcome.  If cooking is your thing, check out Kitchen Cuisine II, week 6, for additional new recipes to try!
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 3: June 24-28, Week 6: July 15-19, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Advanced Marine Research (grades 9-10) $2400
Course #2002510R, 0.5 credit    S1: June 12-28    Advanced 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 LHPS and one week dedicated to fieldwork at a research facility in the Keys (June 21-26).  Students will be conducting their...
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| Categories: Upper School Courses (LHP Students Only), Grade 9, Grade 10, Session 1: June 12-28
Ceramics with a Twist (grades 9-12) $1120
Course #0102300, 0.5 credit    S1: June 12-28    This introduction to 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 finish their pieces with glaze and firing techniq...
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| Categories: Upper School Courses (LHP Students Only), Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Session 1: June 12-28, Grade 9
Geometry Honors- Online (grades 9-10) $2275
Course # 1206320, 1.0 credit      This course provides a rigorous, in-depth study of geometry with an emphasis on methods of proof and the formal language of mathematics. Topics will include, but are not limited to, the structure of geometry, separation properties, angle concepts, triangles, quadrilaterals, proofs, perpendicularity and parallelism in a plane and in space, similar polygons, circles and spheres, constructions, area and volume, coordinate geometry, and transformation...
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| Categories: Upper School Courses (LHP Students Only), Week 1: June 10-14, Week 2: June 17-21, Week 3: June 24-28, Grade 9, Grade 10
Personal Finance Honors- Online (grades 9-12) $1120
Course #S2102374, 0.5 credit    Online session: June 3 - July 3    Are 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 b...
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| Categories: Week 1: June 10-14, Week 2: June 17-21, Week 3: June 24-28, Week 4: July 1-3, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Upper School Courses (LHP Students Only)
Personal Fitness (grades 9-12) $1120
Course #1501300, 0.5 credit    S1: June 17-28       S2: July 8-19     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: Week 2: June 17-21, Week 3: June 24-28, Week 5: July 8-12, Week 6: July 15-19, Upper School Courses (LHP Students Only), Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Robotics and Engineering Research and Development (grades 9-10) $1775
Course #8600650, 0.5 credit    S1: June 12-28    This course is an introduction to designing, building and creating personalized robotics projects under the guidance of qualified instructors and professionals working in the field. During this three-week course, students will learn many facets of the design and production process in a dynamic, hands-on, collaborative environment. Students will learn basic programming, 3D–view design, soldering, and tool safety. The ...
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| Categories: Upper School Courses (LHP Students Only), Week 1: June 10-14, Week 2: June 17-21, Week 3: June 24-28, Grade 9, Grade 10, Session 1: June 12-28
Sweets and Treats- Baking 101 (6-12) $500
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.  If baking is your thing, check out Sweets & Treats: Baking 202, week 5, for additional baking fun!  |   9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 2: June 17-21, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Sweets and Treats- Baking 202 (grades 6-12) $500
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.   |   9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
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| Categories: Specialty Camps, Week 5: July 8-12, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12

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