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Summer Programs: These Activities Camps Still Have Openings!
Posted 05/10/2019 11:56AM

Seussville (Grades K -1)
6/17/19 - 6/21/19
It's a Seussper Summer with Mrs. Bernacci! Let's play games, make crafts, read books and celebrate all things, Dr. Seuss. From the Cat in the Hat to the Lorax, students will listen and learn about rhyming words, opposites, shapes and math concepts. We'll even make some Seussy snacks to eat! So come have a fun summer with Thing 1, Thing 2 and Things more! Campers need to be 5 years old to attend the camp. Campers need to bring a nut-free snack and lunch, towel, bathing suit, water shoes, and sunscreen. There is a minimum of 8 campers or the camp will be canceled and refunds will be issued one week in advance of the scheduled camp date.

Nicole Jakubowski

Wizarding World of Math and Science (Grades 2 - 5)
6/17/19 - 6/21/19
Are you still waiting for your letter from Hogwarts? This is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of Harry Potter. With a focus on the math and science behind the magic, we will create potions, experiments with magical creatures, learn the astronomy behind some of the characters, all while you become a witch or wizard during this summer camp. Witches and wizards ages 7-10 are welcome. Please bring a nut-free snack and lunch, towel, bathing suit, water shoes, and sunscreen.

Beth Anne Bernacchi

Space Camp (Grades 1-4)
Single week sessions 6/17/19, 7/8/19, and 7/22/19
Where can you find excitement in the everyday? You can find it with Mrs. Parks and Mrs. Kitchen at Installation Art Camp! Paint, draw, sculpt, print and make art installations every day all week long! Both art teachers have 35 years' experience between the two of them. Art Installations are created with three-dimensional works and often designed to fill a specific space (often times large in scale). The children will display their works on the last day where they may invite friends and family to an "art happening". This camp is geared toward 6-9 year olds. Campers will need to bring a nut-free lunch and snack, towel, bathing suit, water shoes, and sunscreen. There is a minimum of 16 campers or the camp will be canceled and refunds will be issued one week in advance of the scheduled camp.

Melissa Parks, Sarah Kitchen

All Girls Sports Camp (Grades K - 5)
6/17/19 - 6/21/19
Join this all-girls camp to learn how to play basketball, volleyball, track, yoga and more. Each girl will create their own craft and sports journal to track what they have learned and to reflect on the skills they acquired. Campers will need to bring a nut-free lunch and snack, towel, bathing suit, and sunscreen. There is a minimum of 8 campers or the camp will be canceled and refunds will be issued one week in advance of the scheduled camp date.

Marta Krussman

DETROIT COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL | CONTACT US
Preschool 3 & 4
3003 West Maple Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
Phone: 248.430.2887
Grades K-2
3600 Bradway Boulevard
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
Phone: 248.430.2740 
Grades 3-8
22400 Hillview Lane
Beverly Hills, MI 48025
Phone: 248.430.3566/1677
Grades 9-12
22305 West 13 Mile Road
Beverly Hills, MI 48025
Phone: 248.646.7717

Detroit Country Day School is a private, independent, co-educational, non-denominational, preschool through grade 12 college preparatory school focused on a well-rounded liberal arts education. Emphasis on academics, arts, athletics, and character development is prevalent across the curriculum. The school admits students of any race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students in the school. 

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