Louisville Magazine

MAR 2014

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3.14 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3 5 www.shslou.org Sullivan College of Technology and Design 3901 Atkinson Square Drive Lori Clark, (866) 964-7053 sctd.edu/studio Design Studio – Graphic Design Track What: Tap into your creative fair and meet industry professionals. You'll create a branding concept for an actual client and take home your own portfolio! Dates: June 15-20 Ages: Grades 11-12 Cost: $300-$495 Design Studio – Interior Design Track What: Explore your creativity, learn to use industry software and meet industry professionals. You'll get to create an interior design strategy for an actual client! Dates: June 15-20 Ages: Grades 11-12 Cost: $300-$495 Tech Studio – Information Technology Track What: Tear down and rebuild computers and iPads. Learn to protect computer networks and work a Raspberry Pi Computer — which you'll take home after camp! Dates: June 15-20 Ages: Grades 11-12 Cost: $300-$495 Tech Studio – Robotics Track What: Build and program a robot and learn about software. Delve into the Raspberry Pi Computer and its operating system — you'll take one home after camp! Dates: June 15-20 Ages: Grades 11-12 Cost: $300-$495 Sullivan University 3101 Bardstown Road Lori Clark, (866) 964-7053 sullivan.edu/culinarycamp Culinary Camp What: Food Network fans will learn to be a chef! You'll work one-on-one with our award-winning chef instructors to create culinary masterpieces and bake mouth-watering desserts! Dates: June 15-20 Ages: Grades 11-12 Cost: $650-$800 Summit Academy 11508 Main St. Rebecca Hofmann, 244-7090 summit-academy.org/yes-i-can Yes, I Can! One-on-One Tutoring What: Yes, I Can! is individual tutoring that will help give your child a solid foundation and a thorough understanding of the concepts and skills needed for the next leg of his or her academic journey. One-on-one tutoring is available in all subject areas, and uses proven strategies to meet the educational needs of your student. Tutoring sessions are 50 minutes long, and can be scheduled any number of times per week to work around your summer schedule. Dates: June 15-July 31 Ages: Grades K-8 Cost: $60 The Challenger Learning Center 4001 Herman St. Edlisa Lessig, 485-7630 clclouisville.org The Great Rocket Challenge What: Working as engineers, campers design build and fy 5 diferent rockets. Dates: June 11-13, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Ages: Grades 6-8 Cost: $150 Micronauts What: Build and launch a probe into a comet from the International Space Station. Dates: June 17, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Ages: Grades K-3 Cost: $65 The de Paul School 1925 Duker Ave. Brian Archibald, 459-6131 depaulschool.org/summer, admissions@depaulschool.org de Paul's 2014 Summer Program What: de Paul ofers students with learning diferences/ ADHD remediation or strengthening of academic skills in a comprehensive and engaging way. Afternoon enrichment camps are also available. Dates: June 16-July 11 Ages: Grades K-8 Cost: $975-$1850 The Louisville Nature Center 3745 Illinois Ave. Jessica Wheatley, 458-1328 louisvillenaturecenter.org Bug Hunters What: This afternoon camp studies and stalks the most diverse group on our planet. We do everything from looking at insects in amber to a bug safari. Dates: June 11-13; 12-4 p.m. Ages: 8-12 Cost: $105-$115 The Louisville Zoo 1100 Trevilian Way louisvillezoo.org/education/public Adult Program: Close Encounters at the Louisville Zoo What: Focus will be on information related to animal husbandry, Zoo conservation eforts, and why do we do things the way we do. Dates: May 10; 9-11 a.m. Ages: 18+ Cost: $20-$25 Animal Art Detectives — NEW! What: The Louisville Zoo and Speed Art Museum are teaming up. Campers will become certifed Art Detectives where they will investigate both animals and art through unique hands-on activities. Dates: July 14-18; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Ages: Grades 4-7 Cost: $215-$275 Family Camp: Giant Bugs What: Includes lots of information about the world of invertebrates like tarantulas and butterfies. Children must Special Advertising Section 30-41 CAMP.indd 35 2/20/14 4:23 PM

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