• Centaur Summer Camps

  • The Woodstock Academy's Centaur Summer Camps are for a variety of ages and interests! 

     

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    The Woodstock Academy Centaur Summer Camp staff are actively monitoring how COVID-19 may alter school and summer camp schedules and will be making monthly adjustments as necessary. 

  • STEM Robotics

    STEM Robotics

    June 22-25 • 7th-9th Graders

    Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Cost: $250 (includes lunch)
    Instructor: Peter Sumner, WA technology teacher
    Location: North Campus, 57 Academy Rd. Woodstock, CT

    STEM Robotics Camp is for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math. Working in the engineering lab in The Academy’s SPIROL STEAM Center, students will explore coding, engineering, robotics, and 3D  Printing. In this hands-on course, students will be challenged to rethink how they think: you live in a 3D world, but do you think and problem-solve in 3D? Students will work among a creative team of flourishing inventors to brainstorm, sketch, model, print, and build. By the end of the week, students will have the knowledge and skills to utilize 3D thinking, 3D modeling, and 3D printing as tools to solve problems in the everyday world.

    CSI Forensics

    CSI Forensics

    June 22-25 • 6th-9th Graders

    Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Cost: $250 (includes lunch)
    Instructor: Melany Gronski, WA science teacher
    Location: North Campus, 57 Academy Rd. Woodstock, CT

    Come and explore the world of forensic science as we explore crime scenes and solve crimes! Each day, we will learn new scientific techniques that are used in real-life crime investigations that include fingerprint analysis, chemical testing, imprint analysis, blood analysis, witness interviewing and securing a crime scene. If you like to solve mysteries and explore science, this is the camp for you!

    Kids Cooking

    Kids Cooking

    June 23, 25, 30 & July 2 • Ages 5+

    Time: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Cost: $125
    Instructor: Michelle Gray, WA culinary teacher
    Location: North Campus, 57 Academy Rd. Woodstock, CT

    Kids Cooking Camp includes fun, age-appropriate, hands-on activities, and healthy concept learning. Campers will learn basics such as measuring, proper food handling, and kitchen safety while preparing appetizers, main courses, and desserts. Each student will take home samples and recipes!

     Table Top Games

    Table Top Games

    June 22-25 & June 29-July 2 • 5th–12th graders

    Time: 1p.m. – 4 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Instructor: Justin Fox, WA gaming club advisor
    Location: North Campus, 57 Academy Rd. Woodstock, CT

    At Table Top Games Camp, campers will make new friends while participating in creative problem solving in complex and fun role-play scenarios. Camp activities include multi-day Dungeons & Dragons adventures and two casual, but fun Magic the Gathering sealed deck and block format tournaments. Students will build and keep their own Magic decks.

     

  • STEAM for Makers

    STEAM for Makers

    June 22-25 • 6th-9th Graders

    Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Cost: $250 (includes lunch)
    Instructor: Jerry Zolobkowski, WA technology teacher
    Location: North Campus, 57 Academy Rd. Woodstock, CT

    Learn how engineers design solutions to real-life problems. Explore fundamental concepts of design, forces and energy, and materials science through hands-on projects, activities, and games. Working in the Beatson Makerspace and Fabrication Lab, students will receive training on hand and power tools to design and build prototypes and products that solve various engineering challenges using math, science, and technology and art!

    Los Puentes

    Los Puentes World Languages

    June 22-25 & June 29-July 2 • 5th–12th graders

    Time: 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
    Cost: $250 (includes lunch)
    Instructor: Justin Fox, WA Spanish teacher
    Location: North Campus, 57 Academy Rd. Woodstock, CT

    Los Puentes (Bridges) World Language Camp includes fun and exciting components that kids love, like Spanish language board games, La Subasta, and Dungeons and Dragons. Students will also make their own delicious lunches and desserts inspired by popular dishes from around the Spanish-speaking world in The Academy’s culinary lab. Students will meet guest speakers and teachers representing some of the other languages offered at The Academy. Attendees will have fun and excitement as they build bridges of exploration, friendship, and understanding with other cultures from around the globe.

    Speed, Agility, and quickness

    Speed, Agility, & Quickness

    June 22-25 • Ages 7-14

    Time: 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
    Cost: $80
    Instructor: Brenden Ostazewski, WA strength and conditioning coach
    Location: South Campus Gym, 150 Route 169, Woodstock, CT

    Campers should bring their own water bottle.

    volleyball

    Volleyball

    June 22-25 • 4th-8th Graders

    Time: 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Instructor: Adam Bottone, WA PE teacher and volleyball coach and club director of Eclipse Volleyball
    Location: Alumni Field House on North Campus, 57 Academy Rd. Woodstock, CT

    Campers should bring their own lunch and water bottle.


  • Health Forms

  • In order to participate in DISCOVERY camps please complete the “Health Registration: Discovery Camps” form prior to the first day of camp.

    In order to participate in ATHLETIC summer camps, all campers must have proof of a physical that has been completed within 13 months of the end date of the camp. You may use The Woodstock Academy’s form or a form provided by your physician.

    If the camper will need medication administered during camp hours, please complete the Authorization for the Administration of Medication by School, Child Care, and Youth Camp Personnel form.

    Completed health forms can be submitted with the registration form or emailed to bsaucier@woodstockacademy.org before the beginning of the camp. Campers will NOT be able to participate without appropriate forms.

  • Cancellation and Refund Policy

    Registrants who cancel at least one month (30 days) prior to the event receive a full refund. Those who cancel 10 to 29 days prior to the event receive 50% refund.  Cancellations nine days or less prior to the event receive no refund.

    The Woodstock Academy reserves the right to cancel events with too few registrants or substitute session topics and presenters without notice. If an event is canceled, we will notify registrants by email or phone.

    Registrants for events canceled by The Woodstock Academy will receive a full refund or transfer to another session or workshop within the same fiscal year at no cost. In the event of cancellation, The Academy is not responsible for any additional expenses incurred.

    No Show Policy

    Any participant who has registered but did not pay for a camp, who does not cancel per the cancellation policy, and does not attend must still submit payment in full.

    More Information

    For more information on Discovery Camps please contact Michael Harten at mharten@woodstockacademy.org

    For more information on Athletic Camps please contact Sean Saucier at ssaucier@woodstockacademy.org.

     

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