2018 "Build Your Summer" Camps: June 11-August 10

Morning (8:30am - 12:30pm) • Afternoon (1:30 - 5:30pm) • Full Day (8:30am - 5:30pm)

At Lyceum Village, you can customize your child's summer camp! Our campers have so much fun exploring a wide variety of new activities, allowing them to develop a curiosity and passion for learning. All camps include a daily Genius Club challenge to encourage friendship, leadership, and teamwork. *Classes are subject to change. Please check often or call for more information.

HOW TO REGISTER:

1. Scroll below or follow this link to view our summer camp dates/weeks. Decide on the dates you would like your child to attend.

2. Simply select the activity blocks that fit your date(s). Choose blocks 1 and 2 for a morning camp, or 3 and 4 for an afternoon camp, and a full day camp can be customized just as easily.

3. Register below.

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Camp Rates

No. of Camps AM/PM Only Full Day
1 Camp $274 $425
2+ Camps $249/camp $395/week
Monthly Membership* $899/month $1099/month

*Monthly Membership allows for attending any camp during that month for any number of days. Lyceum Village will be closed on July 2-6, 2018. August membership includes K8 Genius Club after-school.

Camp Schedules

AM Camp

Blocks Time Activity
Check in 8:30-8:45 Sign-in at front desk then meet at first camp activity room
Block 1 8:45-10:15 Selected 1st Camp Activity
Transition 10:15-10:20 5-minute transition to next class
Group 10:20-10:55 K8 Genius Club - All campers meet at Genius Club area for snacks and group activity.
Transition 10:55-11:00 5-minute transition to next class
Block 2 11:00-12:30 Selected 2nd Camp
Dismiss 12:30

PM Camp

Blocks Time Activity
Check in 1:30-1:45 Sign-in at front desk then meet at first camp activity room
Block 3 1:45-3:15 Selected Camp Activity
Transition 3:15-3:20 5-minute transition to next class
Group 3:20-3:55 K8 Genius Club - All campers meet at Genius Club area for snacks and group activity.
Transition 3:55-4:00 5-minute transition to next class
Block 4 4:00-5:30 Selected Camp Activity
Dismiss 5:30

2018 Summer Camp Weekly Schedule from June 11 to August 10

REGISTER

WEEK 5: July 16–20

BLOCK 1

    Athletics: Ultimate Sparks Skills (Girls 6+ years)
    Description: This is your opportunity for two additional 90-minute blocks of intensive Sparks girls’ basketball training, with 35-minute group activity with all campers presented through the K8 Genius Club.
    Bring 2 balls and a water bottle. Basketball shoes req. All participants will receive a uniform and certificate.
    Instructor: Junior L.A. Sparks Training Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Rubik’s Cube Nationals: Practice with the Pros
    Description: Cubing Nationals USA competition is right around the corner in Salt Lake City on July 27-29. If you are competing, or would like to be fast enough to compete in the future, this camp is for you! During Block 1, take turns practicing on official competition timers, and spar with friends. Block 2 offers inspiring world-class podium cubers who will provide a demonstration masterclass on select days of camp. Mini competition with prizes on the last day of camp.
    Bring your own cube(s). Campers will receive a discount coupon from speedcubeshop.com. Speed cubes will be available for purchase during camp.
    Instructors: Rubik’s Cube Club of OC

    Arts (Music): Group Violin & Piano (Grades K-3)
    Description: Summer is a great time to learn music for the first time. Learn violin and piano in group lessons during block for K-3 graders, and in block 2 for 4th-6th graders.
    Violins are provided if campers do not have one.
    Instructor: OCSS, LV staff

    Arts (Music): Summertime Music Competition Prep
    Description: Intensive practice, master class, and performance classes for preparing for SYMF, Santori, and Fall auditions. 10 students maximum per week. Bring your own instruments. Piano provided.
    Instructor: JCM staff

BLOCK 2

    Athletics: Ultimate Sparks Skills, cont. (Girls 6+ years)
    Description: This is your opportunity for two additional 90-minute blocks of intensive Sparks girls’ basketball training, with 35-minute group activity with all campers presented through the K8 Genius Club.
    Bring 2 balls and a water bottle. Basketball shoes req. All participants will receive a uniform and certificate.
    Instructor: Junior L.A. Sparks Training Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Rubik’s Cube Nationals: Practice with the Pros
    Description: Cubing Nationals USA competition is right around the corner in Salt Lake City on July 27-29. If you are competing, or would like to be fast enough to compete in the future, this camp is for you! During Block 1, take turns practicing on official competition timers, and spar with friends. Block 2 offers inspiring world-class podium cubers who will provide a demonstration masterclass on select days of camp. Mini competition with prizes on the last day of camp.
    Bring your own cube(s). Campers will receive a discount coupon from speedcubeshop.com. Speed cubes will be available for purchase during camp.
    Instructors: Rubik’s Cube Club of OC

    Arts (Music): Group Violin & Piano (Grades 4-6)
    Description: Summer is a great time to learn music for the first time. Learn violin and piano in group lessons during block for K-3 graders, and in block 2 for 4th-6th graders.
    Violins are provided if campers do not have one.
    Instructor: OCSS, LV staff

    Arts (Music): Summertime Music Competition Prep
    Description: Intensive practice, master class, and performance classes for preparing for SYMF, Santori, and Fall auditions. 10 students maximum per week. Bring your own instruments. Piano provided.
    Instructor: JCM staff

BLOCK 3

    Academics: #FUN Camp (Academics plus #FUN projects) 3rd-8th
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Rubik’s Cube Nationals: Practice with the Pros
    The afternoon continues with cubing specialization for all-day campers: Block 1 offers one-handed skills and tricks, and Block 2 gives tips and pointers and more practice time! Large cubes and blindfolds are also in the mix! Cubing Nationals USA competition is right around the corner in Salt Lake City on July 27-29. If you are competing, or would like to be fast enough to compete in the future, this camp is for you! Take turns practicing on official competition timers, and spar with friends.
    Bring your own cube(s). Campers will receive a discount coupon from speedcubeshop.com. Speed cubes will be available for purchase during camp.
    Instructors: Rubik’s Cube Club of OC

    Academics: Pin-Yin Camps (Chinese as a Second Language) (Grades K-3)
    K-3 campers will develop an “ear” for Mandarin Chinese while having fun being immersed in this exciting foreign language. Young language learners will play fun games and sing memorable melodies in Mandarin. Each week’s class content will vary, but will strategically repeat themes to enhance learning and retention. Sign-up for all 8-weeks! No experienced required.
    Instructor: Sharon Chu

    Academics: Fibs and Falsehoods: Logical Fallacies (Grades 4-8)
    Students learn logical fallacies that get used in everyday communication. Students are encouraged to find fallacies in the world around them, and understand that the use of a fallacy doesn’t make the point wrong. During this camp, students will be engaged in public speaking, interpersonal communication, group collaboration, and creative endeavors. Six (6) campers are required to open class.
    Instructor:

BLOCK 4

    Athletics: Futsal with General Athletic Fitness by AROC
    Futsal with AROC: Indoor soccer is the new rave! Learn how to play Futsal and your skills as a soccer player will be awesome! Camp days will alternate with Athletic Republic of Orange County, who will work out your soccer/futsal skills!

    Academics: #FUN Camp (Academics plus #FUN projects) 3rd-8th
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: "Practically Beginners Chinese” Camps (Chinese as a Second Language) (Grades 4-7)
    (Chinese as a Second Language): Young Mandarin language learners will compete and win points while enjoying this series of 8 stand-alone classes for grades 4-7. Each week is a stand-along camp and there is no experience required: Week 1 – Greetings; Week 2 – Introductions; Week 3 – Fruits; Week 4 – Colors; Week 5 – Numbers; Week 6 – Animals I; Week 7 – Animals II; Week 8 – Storytelling.
    Instructor: Sharon Chu

    Academics: Rubik’s Cube Nationals: Practice with the Pros
    The afternoon continues with cubing specialization for all-day campers: Block 1 offers one-handed skills and tricks, and Block 2 gives tips and pointers and more practice time! Large cubes and blindfolds are also in the mix! Cubing Nationals USA competition is right around the corner in Salt Lake City on July 27-29. If you are competing, or would like to be fast enough to compete in the future, this camp is for you! Take turns practicing on official competition timers, and spar with friends.
    Bring your own cube(s). Campers will receive a discount coupon from speedcubeshop.com. Speed cubes will be available for purchase during camp.
    Instructors: Rubik’s Cube Club of OC

    Academics: Fibs and Falsehoods: Logical Fallacies (Grades 4-8)
    Students learn logical fallacies that get used in everyday communication. Students are encouraged to find fallacies in the world around them, and understand that the use of a fallacy doesn’t make the point wrong. During this camp, students will be engaged in public speaking, interpersonal communication, group collaboration, and creative endeavors. Six (6) campers are required to open class.
    Instructor:

WEEK 6: July 23–27

BLOCK 1

    Athletics: Ultimate Titans Skills (Boys 6+ years)
    Description: This is your opportunity for two additional 90-minute blocks of intensive Tustin Titan’s basketball training, with 35-minute group activity with all campers presented through the K8 Genius Club.
    Bring 2 balls and a water bottle. Basketball shoes req. All participants will receive a shirt and certificate.
    Instructor: Tustin Titan’s Training Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Computer Science
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: The Real CS

    Academics: Tinker Kamp with Coding
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: Tinker Kamp

    Arts (Music): Voice (Grades K-3)
    Description: Learn fun new songs, with group voice lessons. Songs compliment the afternoon session, “Theater for Beginners” where you can practice singing catchy tunes from the original musical “It’s A Jungle Out There!”
    Instructor:

    Arts (Music): Group Violin & Piano (Grades K-3)
    Description: Summer is a great time to learn music for the first time. Learn violin and piano in group lessons during block for K-3 graders, and in block 2 for 4th-6th graders.
    Violins are provided if campers do not have one.
    Instructor: OCSS, LV staff

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

    Academics: Basic Spanish
    Description: Learn the basics of Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and cultural traditions. Taught by an elementary school teacher familiar with Spanish Immersion curriculum. This week, all of Lyceum Village will be speaking simple Spanish phrases.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: LV Staff

BLOCK 2

    Athletics: Ultimate Titans Skills, cont. (6+ years)
    Description: This is your opportunity for two additional 90-minute blocks of intensive Tustin Titan’s basketball training, with 35-minute group activity with all campers presented through the K8 Genius Club.
    Bring 2 balls and a water bottle. Basketball shoes req. All participants will receive a shirt and certificate.
    Instructor: Tustin Titan’s Training Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Tinker Kamp with Coding
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: Tinker Kamp

    Arts (Music): Voice (Grades 4-6)
    Description: Learn fun new songs, with group voice lessons. Songs compliment the afternoon session, “Theater for Beginners” where you can practice singing catchy tunes from the original musical “It’s A Jungle Out There!”/em>
    Instructor:

    Arts (Music): Group Violin & Piano (Grades 4-6)
    Description: Summer is a great time to learn music for the first time. Learn violin and piano in group lessons during block for K-3 graders, and in block 2 for 4th-6th graders.
    Violins are provided if campers do not have one.
    Instructor: OCSS, LV staff

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

    Academics: Basic Spanish
    Description: Learn the basics of Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and cultural traditions. Taught by an elementary school teacher familiar with Spanish Immersion curriculum. This week, all of Lyceum Village will be speaking simple Spanish phrases.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: LV Staff

BLOCK 3

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Pin-Yin Camps (Chinese as a Second Language) (Grades K-3)
    K-3 campers will develop an “ear” for Mandarin Chinese while having fun being immersed in this exciting foreign language. Young language learners will play fun games and sing memorable melodies in Mandarin. Each week’s class content will vary, but will strategically repeat themes to enhance learning and retention. Sign-up for all 8-weeks! No experienced required.
    Instructor: Sharon Chu

    Academics: Fibs and Falsehoods: Logical Fallacies (Grades 4-8)
    Students learn logical fallacies that get used in everyday communication. Students are encouraged to find fallacies in the world around them, and understand that the use of a fallacy doesn’t make the point wrong. During this camp, students will be engaged in public speaking, interpersonal communication, group collaboration, and creative endeavors. Six (6) campers are required to open class.
    Instructor:

    Arts (Theater): Musical Theater
    Musical Theater is a primer theater camp. Campers will learn basic choreography and lyrics of popular, age appropriate songs, and gain stage confidence as they practice with imaginative theater games and rehearse their musical. The last day of this offers a finale performance for parents and friends.
    A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the first class.
    Instructor: Mr. Barry Koff, theater director

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

BLOCK 4

    Athletics: Futsal with General Athletic Fitness by AROC
    Futsal with AROC: Indoor soccer is the new rave! Learn how to play Futsal and your skills as a soccer player will be awesome! Camp days will alternate with Athletic Republic of Orange County, who will work out your soccer/futsal skills!

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Tinker Kamp with Coding
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: Tinker Kamp

    Academics: "Practically Beginners Chinese” Camps (Chinese as a Second Language) (Grades 4-7)
    (Chinese as a Second Language): Young Mandarin language learners will compete and win points while enjoying this series of 8 stand-alone classes for grades 4-7. Each week is a stand-along camp and there is no experience required: Week 1 – Greetings; Week 2 – Introductions; Week 3 – Fruits; Week 4 – Colors; Week 5 – Numbers; Week 6 – Animals I; Week 7 – Animals II; Week 8 – Storytelling.
    Instructor: Sharon Chu

    Academics: Fibs and Falsehoods: Logical Fallacies (Grades 4-8)
    Students learn logical fallacies that get used in everyday communication. Students are encouraged to find fallacies in the world around them, and understand that the use of a fallacy doesn’t make the point wrong. During this camp, students will be engaged in public speaking, interpersonal communication, group collaboration, and creative endeavors. Six (6) campers are required to open class.
    Instructor:

    Arts (Theater): Tupperberry Art
    Description: On Block 3 for the Musical Theater Camp, campers will engage in art through the Tupperberry Art Studio. Campers will cut, paint, color, and create costumes and props to support their production.
    Bring dad’s old shirt to keep your clothes clean from paint and glue. A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the first class.
    Instructor: Kimberly Tupper

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

WEEK 7: July 30–August 3

BLOCK 1

    Athletics: Sparks Skills Perfected (Girls 6+ years)
    Description: Only the best practice to perfection! Two 90-minute blocks of intensive Sparks girls’ basketball training, with 35-minute group activity with all campers presented through the K8 Genius Club.
    Bring 2 balls and a water bottle. Basketball shoes required. All participants will receive a uniform and certificate.
    Instructor: Junior L.A. Sparks Training Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Arts (Music): Voice (Grades K-3)
    Description: Learn fun new songs, with group voice lessons. Songs compliment the afternoon session, “Theater for Beginners” where you can practice singing catchy tunes from the original musical “It’s A Jungle Out There!”
    Instructor:

    Arts (Music): Group Violin & Piano (Grades K-3)
    Description: Summer is a great time to learn music for the first time. Learn violin and piano in group lessons during block for K-3 graders, and in block 2 for 4th-6th graders.
    Violins are provided if campers do not have one.
    Instructor: OCSS, LV staff

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

BLOCK 2

    Athletics: Sparks Skills Perfected, cont. (6+ years)
    Description: Only the best practice to perfection! Two 90-minute blocks of intensive Sparks girls’ basketball training, with 35-minute group activity with all campers presented through the K8 Genius Club.
    Bring 2 balls and a water bottle. Basketball shoes required. All participants will receive a uniform and certificate.
    Instructor: Junior L.A. Sparks Training Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Arts (Music): Voice (Grades 4-6)
    Description: Learn fun new songs, with group voice lessons. Songs compliment the afternoon session, “Theater for Beginners” where you can practice singing catchy tunes from the original musical “It’s A Jungle Out There!”/em>
    Instructor:

    Arts (Music): Group Violin & Piano (Grades 4-6)
    Description: Summer is a great time to learn music for the first time. Learn violin and piano in group lessons during block for K-3 graders, and in block 2 for 4th-6th graders.
    Violins are provided if campers do not have one.
    Instructor: OCSS, LV staff

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

BLOCK 3

    Academics: #FUN Camp (Academics plus #FUN projects) 3rd-8th
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Pin-Yin Camps (Chinese as a Second Language) (Grades K-3)
    K-3 campers will develop an “ear” for Mandarin Chinese while having fun being immersed in this exciting foreign language. Young language learners will play fun games and sing memorable melodies in Mandarin. Each week’s class content will vary, but will strategically repeat themes to enhance learning and retention. Sign-up for all 8-weeks! No experienced required.
    Instructor: Sharon Chu

    Arts (Theater): Musical Theater
    Musical Theater is a primer theater camp. Campers will learn basic choreography and lyrics of popular, age appropriate songs, and gain stage confidence as they practice with imaginative theater games and rehearse their musical. The last day of this offers a finale performance for parents and friends.
    A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the first class.
    Instructor: Mr. Barry Koff, theater director

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

BLOCK 4

    Athletics: Futsal with General Athletic Fitness by AROC
    Futsal with AROC: Indoor soccer is the new rave! Learn how to play Futsal and your skills as a soccer player will be awesome! Camp days will alternate with Athletic Republic of Orange County, who will work out your soccer/futsal skills!

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: "Practically Beginners Chinese” Camps (Chinese as a Second Language) (Grades 4-7)
    (Chinese as a Second Language): Young Mandarin language learners will compete and win points while enjoying this series of 8 stand-alone classes for grades 4-7. Each week is a stand-along camp and there is no experience required: Week 1 – Greetings; Week 2 – Introductions; Week 3 – Fruits; Week 4 – Colors; Week 5 – Numbers; Week 6 – Animals I; Week 7 – Animals II; Week 8 – Storytelling.
    Instructor: Sharon Chu

    Arts: Tupperberry Theater Art (2 of 3)
    Description: Description: On Block 3 for the Musical Theater Camp, campers will engage in art through the Tupperberry Art Studio. Campers will cut, paint, color, and create costumes and props to support their production.
    Bring dad’s old shirt to keep your clothes clean from paint and glue. A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the first class.
    Instructor: Kimberly Tupper

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

WEEK 8: August 6–11


BLOCK 1

    Athletics: Titan Skills Perfected (Boys 6+ years)
    Description: Only the best practice to perfection! Two 90-minute blocks of intensive Tustin Titan’s basketball training, with 35-minute group activity with all campers presented through the K8 Genius Club.
    Bring 2 balls and a water bottle. Basketball shoes req. All participants will receive a shirt and certificate.
    Instructor: Tustin Titan’s Training Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Bionerds – Animal Kingdom (Wilder Than You Think!): (Grades 3-8)
    Description: Campers who love science will absolutely enjoy the Bionerds and TinkerKamp classes. During Block 1, campers will participate in a hands-on biology workshop. Block 3 will keep the science-loving campers engaged as they learn to tinker with robotics using Dash & Dots.
    Materials fee: $40 due to the instructor on the first day of each session.
    Instructors: Bionerds staff, TinkerKamp staff

    Arts (Music): Voice (Grades K-3)
    Description: Learn fun new songs, with group voice lessons. Songs compliment the afternoon session, “Theater for Beginners” where you can practice singing catchy tunes from the original musical “It’s A Jungle Out There!”
    Instructor:

    Arts (Music): Group Violin & Piano (Grades K-3)
    Description: Summer is a great time to learn music for the first time. Learn violin and piano in group lessons during block for K-3 graders, and in block 2 for 4th-6th graders.
    Violins are provided if campers do not have one.
    Instructor: OCSS, LV staff

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

BLOCK 2

    Athletics: Titan Skills Perfected, cont. (6+ years)
    Description: Only the best practice to perfection! Two 90-minute blocks of intensive Tustin Titan’s basketball training, with 35-minute group activity with all campers presented through the K8 Genius Club.
    Bring 2 balls and a water bottle. Basketball shoes req. All participants will receive a shirt and certificate.
    Instructor: Tustin Titan’s Training Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Physics & Chemistry Lab Experimants (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Arts (Music): Voice (Grades 4-6)
    Description: Learn fun new songs, with group voice lessons. Songs compliment the afternoon session, “Theater for Beginners” where you can practice singing catchy tunes from the original musical “It’s A Jungle Out There!”/em>
    Instructor:

    Arts (Music): Group Violin & Piano (Grades 4-6)
    Description: Summer is a great time to learn music for the first time. Learn violin and piano in group lessons during block for K-3 graders, and in block 2 for 4th-6th graders.
    Violins are provided if campers do not have one.
    Instructor: OCSS, LV staff

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

BLOCK 3

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: Pin-Yin Camps (Chinese as a Second Language) (Grades K-3)
    K-3 campers will develop an “ear” for Mandarin Chinese while having fun being immersed in this exciting foreign language. Young language learners will play fun games and sing memorable melodies in Mandarin. Each week’s class content will vary, but will strategically repeat themes to enhance learning and retention. Sign-up for all 8-weeks! No experienced required.
    Instructor: Sharon Chu

    Arts (Theater): Musical Theater
    Musical Theater is a primer theater camp. Campers will learn basic choreography and lyrics of popular, age appropriate songs, and gain stage confidence as they practice with imaginative theater games and rehearse their musical. The last day of this offers a finale performance for parents and friends.
    A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the first class.
    Instructor: Mr. Barry Koff, theater director

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger

BLOCK 4

    Athletics: Futsal with General Athletic Fitness by AROC
    Futsal with AROC: Indoor soccer is the new rave! Learn how to play Futsal and your skills as a soccer player will be awesome! Camp days will alternate with Athletic Republic of Orange County, who will work out your soccer/futsal skills!

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: #FUN Camps (Grades 3-8)
    Description: This is the perfect opportunity to get a well-rounded summer education for the camper. In addition, every #FUN camp includes a different #FUN group projects will make this camp social, exciting and mentally challenging! Find out what is in store in each #FUN camp! As always, similar to Lyceum Village’s Genius Club, customization of the student’s academic focus will be accommodated.
    Bring lined paper, pencil, & eraser.
    Instructor: E1 Tutoring & GC Staff

    Academics: "Practically Beginners Chinese” Camps (Chinese as a Second Language) (Grades 4-7)
    (Chinese as a Second Language): Young Mandarin language learners will compete and win points while enjoying this series of 8 stand-alone classes for grades 4-7. Each week is a stand-along camp and there is no experience required: Week 1 – Greetings; Week 2 – Introductions; Week 3 – Fruits; Week 4 – Colors; Week 5 – Numbers; Week 6 – Animals I; Week 7 – Animals II; Week 8 – Storytelling.
    Instructor: Sharon Chu

    Arts: Tupperberry Art
    Description: Description: On Block 3 for the Musical Theater Camp, campers will engage in art through the Tupperberry Art Studio. Campers will cut, paint, color, and create costumes and props to support their production.
    Bring dad’s old shirt to keep your clothes clean from paint and glue. A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the first class.
    Instructor: Kimberly Tupper

    Arts (Music): Junior Chamber Music Camp (pre-formed ensembles only)
    Description: Are you already missing your Junior Chamber Music friends? There’s so much more you can do! Performances and competitions require practice and preparation, and this weeklong camp provides just that. Coaching, masterclass, group performances. Enrollment limited to the first 4 groups.
    Bring instruments and music, piano and stands provided.
    Instructor: Susan Boettger