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High School Camps

Anatomy and Physiology, High School, July 22-26, 12:30-4:30pm, CMU Montrose
Anatomy and Physiology, High School, July 22-26, 12:30-4:30pm, CMU Montrose Assemble a skeleton, learn how to determine gender and height from just a bone, and measure the effects of exercise on respiratory and cardiovascular behavior. These are just a few of the activities in this camp, which will cover the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory and sensory systems of the human body. This camp is ideal for students interested in careers in health professions.
Price:$95.00

Becoming an EMT/Paramedic, MS and HS, July 22-26, 8:30–11:30am, CMU Montrose
Becoming an EMT/Paramedic, MS and HS, July 22-26, 8:30–11:30am, CMU Montrose Learn what it takes to be a first responder from the professionals. Campers will tour Fire and EMS stations, an emergency dispatch center, and more. Your camp teacher is a RN/EMT/Paramedic with 30 years of experience in critical care, medical transport helicopters and emergency room care. Guest speakers include mountain rescue professionals.
Price:$95.00

Beginning Drawing and Watercolor, MS and HS, June 17-21, 8:30am -12:30pm, Montrose Center for the Arts, 11 S. Park Ave
Beginning Drawing and Watercolor, MS and HS, June 17-21, 8:30am -12:30pm, Montrose Center for the Arts, 11 S. Park Ave Two experienced local artists will lead students through the basics of drawing and watercolor techniques. Students will learn how to see, draw and paint while having fun creating their own art on paper.
Price:$120.00

Create Videos Like a Pro, MS and HS, July 29-Aug 2, 1-4:30pm, Montrose HS
Create Videos Like a Pro, MS and HS, July 29-Aug 2, 1-4:30pm, Montrose HS In this introductory class, students will use Mac applications to create a short film using stock footage and Hollywood editing techniques. Students will learn how to promote their work on video sharing sites and how to live stream and build an audience. These are vital skills for the digital age, particularly for students considering a career in filmmaking. Requirements: Students need to have created a Google account or have an MCSD account.
Price:$145.00

Disease Detectives, High School, July 29-Aug 2, 8:30am-12:30pm, CMU Campus
Disease Detectives, High School, July 29-Aug 2, 8:30am-12:30pm, CMU Campus When a disease outbreak occurs, such as salmonella or measles disease detectives go to work. Like crime scene investigators, disease detectives use clues to discover the cause of the outbreak and solve it. This camp will use case studies, role-playing, simulations and guest experts to solve different outbreaks. Campers will learn about the roles of lab workers, medical professionals, and health departments in stopping diseases and explore careers in these fields.
Price:$95.00

Engineer the World!  MS, HS, May 28-31, 1-4pm, Centennial Middle School
Engineer the World! MS, HS, May 28-31, 1-4pm, Centennial Middle School Campers will engage in a little bit of everything STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Every day will include STEM challenges ranging from building egg drop devices to making origami creations that light up. Campers will also learn 3D printing by designing and generating a unique printable creation. Students can take their projects home and enjoy them.
Price:$100.00

Exploring Art Using Alcohol Ink & Acrylic Pour, MS and HS, June 17-21, 1-5pm, Montrose Center for the Arts, 11 S. Park Ave
Exploring Art Using Alcohol Ink & Acrylic Pour, MS and HS, June 17-21, 1-5pm, Montrose Center for the Arts, 11 S. Park Ave Learn two creative art forms from an experienced artist. Campers will paint and blend with alcohol inks to create flowers, abstract designs, and landscape scenes. In addition, campers will learn how to do acrylic paint pouring on a canvas to create magical designs.
Price:$120.00

Greek Gods and Heroes, MS and HS, July 15-19, 1-5pm, CMU Campus
Greek Gods and Heroes, MS and HS, July 15-19, 1-5pm, CMU Campus Explore the mythology of Ancient Greece the way the Greeks did. We will use story-telling, and reading parts in scripts to learn about these classic stories. We will also engage in games and activities to answer the Riddle of the Sphinx, explore Hades and Olympus, and find the Golden Fleece.
Price:$95.00

Introduction to Computer Programming, MS and HS, July 29 – Aug 3, 1-5pm, CMU Montrose
Introduction to Computer Programming, MS and HS, July 29 – Aug 3, 1-5pm, CMU Montrose Learn how to code computer programs to create your own animations and games. Campers will learn the programming language Scratch, developed by the MIT Media Lab, which is a fun way to learn strategies for solving problems, designing projects and communicating ideas. Campers will be introduced to the programming languages Python and Linux and use Ozobot STEM education robots that allow two ways of coding, Color Codes and OzoBlockly. No coding experience needed.
Price:$95.00

Introduction to Rock Art Field Archaeology, MS and HS, June 17-21, 8:30am-12:30pm, CMU Montrose
Introduction to Rock Art Field Archaeology, MS and HS, June 17-21, 8:30am-12:30pm, CMU Montrose Learn about ancient rock art from an archaeologist who specializes in Ute culture. Dr. Patterson will demonstrate the techniques used to document and preserve rock art, and lead a field trip to the Shavano Valley rock art site. Campers will use digital cameras to document the rock art in the field, and then learn how to make replica drawings using computers in the classroom. All materials/equipment provided. Parents must drop off/pick up their camper at the Shavano Valley site on Tuesday.
Price:$100.00

Mathematics Camp, MS and HS, June 17-21 and June 24-28 (2 weeks), 8:30am-12pm, CMU Montrose
Mathematics Camp, MS and HS, June 17-21 and June 24-28 (2 weeks), 8:30am-12pm, CMU Montrose This is a camp for students who enjoy solving mathematical problems. Through a series of carefully chosen problems, campers will learn the connections between many areas of mathematics, including number theory, modular arithmetic, abstract algebra, and symmetric groups. The problems will be within the grasp of high school and advanced middle school students but still fun and challenging. The camp instructor, Dr. Andrew Stephens, teaches at the CMU Montrose campus.
Price:$160.00

Welding, High School, June 17-21, 1pm-5pm, CMU Montrose, Cascade Hall
Welding, High School, June 17-21, 1pm-5pm, CMU Montrose, Cascade Hall Learn welding safety, basic cutting and welding techniques, as well as how to apply them to real world projects. Students will use the same welding and cutting equipment that professionals use.  Learn about the career options available with training in this field and gain hands-on experience. Students will complete a welding project during the week.
Price:$150.00

Summer Camps

Shipping Class: None

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If needed, refunds can be issued for camps that you cannot attend if requested at least three days prior to the class/camp start date. Please call the Community Education Center to discuss any refunds for WCCC at 970-255-2800.