Adventure Camp includes a backyard zip line, swimming, canoeing, fishing, horse riding, crafts, hiking, challenge course, archery and more! All outdoor action packed fun! Specialty Camp activities vary by camp. We offer Art Camp, Archaeology Camp, Maker Camp, Science Camp for Girls, Science Camp for Boys, and Photography Camp. Camps are in a unique environment, with well trained, skilled staff. Dates: May 29 – August 3, 2018 Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm; early arrival and late pick up are available for additional fee Ages: Adventure Camp ages 5-15; Specialty Camps ages 8-12
The Summer Camp Series themes include art, theatre, sports, nature and science. Camps run 7am-6pm (Mon-Fri), but vary based on camp. Ratios are either 1-to-10 or 1-to-12 depending on the camp offering. We hope to see you at camp this summer! Special needs: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions Dates: June 4-August 3 (Monday-Friday) Hours: 7am-6pm (hours vary by specific camp) Ages: 5-15 years (ages vary by specific camp) Activities: Themes include: art, theatre, sports, nature and science.
Summer camps at Anderson University have been a tradition for more than 20 years. We strive to provide exciting summer enrichment opportunities for kids of all ages, offering athletic camps for boys and girls from ages 3-18 as well as pre-college experiences in music, dance, design, STEM, and filmmaking for high school students. We hope to be a part of your family summer plans! Dates: June & July Ages: 3-18 (Boys & Girls) Activities: Explore our summer camps in basketball, design, dance, filmmaking, football, music business, music education, musical theatre, soccer, string instruments, STEM, and volleyball.
Day Early Learning Federal Building is in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. It’s our center with an urban feel (the kids can see skyscrapers from their playground) and many of the children attending have parents who work in the federal government. Because of the location, the children are able to go on walking field trips to the main library, the farmers market at City Market and the holiday parades on Pennsylvania Street. It’s also a small center, with lots of individual attention for children and a family feel. Because it’s in the Minton-Capehart Federal Building, parents and children go through security every day, including a metal detector.
You are invited to visit the only Catholic Jesuit school in the state of Indiana that has been educating students in the Jesuit tradition for more than 50 years. BREBEUF JESUIT MISSION STATEMENT Brebeuf Jesuit, a Catholic and Jesuit school, provides an excellent college preparatory education for a lifetime of service by forming leaders who are intellectually competent, open to growth, loving, religious and committed to promoting justice. Fostering a culture of understanding and dialogue, Brebeuf Jesuit seeks and welcomes students from diverse religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. Students at Brebeuf Jesuit are called to discover and cultivate the fullness of their God-given talents as a responsibility and as an act of worship.
Day Early Learning at Phalen Leadership Academy operates two classrooms inside the Phalen Leadership Academy charter school. The center is run by Day Early Learning with our research-based curriculum and is open to the public. Our classrooms are intentionally positioned next to the kindergarten classrooms. Students, ages 3 through 5, are able to get the experience of being in a large school environment. Instructors are able to work closely with kindergarten teachers to share learning and assessment tools and to ensure Day Early Learning pre-K graduates are best prepared for kindergarten and beyond. This center opened in summer of 2014 and is too new to be eligible for the national accreditation and highest PATHS to Quality ranking. This center is a PTQ level 3. Click here to learn more.
Day Early Learning at Park 100 is located in the heart of Park 100 on the northwest side of Indianapolis. Our location is convenient for downtown commuters and easily accessible for residents of Zionsville and West Carmel. We work closely with Pike Township Schools. Our center is one of the largest Day Early Learning Centers, with 12 classrooms. We have a large gross motor area for the children to play in that comes in handy on rainy days! Our Playgrounds are located in the front part of our building, which features garden boxes where the children cultivate vegetables and flowers. This center is PATHS to Quality Level 4 and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Click here to learn more.
The Orchard School, an independent, non-sectarian, progressive school, emphasized experiential learning. Orchard teachers engage the natural curiosity of children, develop academic excellence, and provide leadership experience through well-rounded education. Orchard’s diverse community and commitment to multicultural education inspires responsible, global citizenship. Founded in 1922. NAIS, ISACS, NAEYS accredited.
Our Parents Day Out (16-35 mos) and Part Day Preschool (3 yrs-PreK5) provide relaxed, secure, playful environments that nurture creativity and the exploration of God’s world. A variety of learning materials & readiness skills are woven into each unit. Various days, 9am-2pm. Some extended days. Need longer hours? Try our Neighborhood Child Care ministry designed for 16 mos – Pre K5 with class times 6:30am-6pm. 9111 N. Haverstick Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46240, Contact: John Drake, Phone: 317-575-6508, Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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At Sycamore, teachers trained in gifted education deliver a curriculum designed to challenge and engage gifted learners. Art, music, Spanish, PE and technology are taught at all levels. Extensive field trips, athletics, child care, financial aid, and a wide variety of after school activities are offered.