- Registration Packet and Application: Summer 2017
- Highlands Campus Map
- For more information, call 784-7388.
SFSC’s 2017 Camp Adventure is taking off June 12-July 28 with week-long programs that keep kids engaged and learning. Kids can attend all six weeks or any week of their choice. There is no camp the week of July 4.
- Fun and interactive sessions
- Games, sports, and swimming
- Technology and art
- Academic enrichment
- Structured, supervised recreation
- Program-related field trips to locations around Highlands County
Who Can Attend?
- Children who have completed kindergarten through grade five
$157 per week includes:
- Early drop-off and late pick-up: 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. All campers should arrive by 8:15 a.m.
- Camper meals made daily at the SFSC Cafeteria (breakfast and lunch)
- Some field trips may have an additional charge
- All staff are certified in CPR and first aid.
- Lead counselors have educational degrees.
Camp Adventure Schedule
|Art “Mural” Week
Lil’ artists will team up to paint the town with “murals.” Local business partners have agreed to let Camp Adventure artists display their murals on their premises. Murals will be displayed at SFSC on Thursday of Week 1. We encourage Camp Adventure friends and family members to attend an exclusive opportunity to meet the artists and enjoy their talents.
|Mission Impossible: Scavenger Hunt
Your team’s mission will be to locate hidden clues throughout our campus leading to various educational programs, specific landmarks, and a few hidden treasures. Working together as a team will be important in order to decipher clues, complete tasks and use longitude and latitude coordinates to accomplish the mission. Think your team can complete the mission? Join us for a week of fun discovery and find out!
|Theater Week: “Jabberwocky”
“Jabberwocky” is a nonsense poem written by Lewis Carroll about a battle with of a creature named “the Jabberwock”. It was included in his 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, the sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Campers will bring this poem to life under the direction of Cindy Garren, director of cultural programs at SFSC’s Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts. From make-up to costumes you will produce, direct and star in a final production. It will be a little eerie and spooky and really, really fun! Camp Adventure friends and family members can experience the “Jabberwocky” for themselves at Thursday noon’s performance at SFSC.
|Closed Week of July 3-7|
| Week 4:
Who are the people that make our community great? During our Community Heroes week, campers will meet and interact with these everyday heroes, as we explore how we can all be good citizens and have fun doing it!
| Week 5:
Join a tribe (team) and compete to be the number one for the week. Our week will be full of team-building activities, which include age appropriate mental and physical challenges as well as several “gross” food challenges. No worries on getting kicked off this island because our goal is to teach teamwork and of course have fun!
| Week 6:
|Celebrate Good Times!
Celebrate with us on the last week of Camp Adventure 2017! We are going to party with wacky games and even wackier dress up days. Oh, and let’s not forget our traditional sundae bar and pizza party on Friday. Hint: The more creative your outfit is the better our “parade invasion” will be.