Welcome to a creative, fun-filled, and educational summer at Cape Cod Academy!
Our Seahawk Camp Staff have been working diligently to get programs in place for the summer of 2015. We’ve added programming for students in all grades, from Pre-K – 12, including SAT prep, college essay writing, and more.
The summer of 2014 was truly a spectacular time to be a camper at Seahawk Camp. The weather was amazing! Campers enjoyed our outdoor heated pool either in Red Cross certified swim lessons or simply loving free swim time with their new friends. Each camper became more confident and advanced in their swimming ability by the time they left camp. Last summer I saw Seahawk campers truly embracing new experiences and accepting exciting challenges within our program offerings. The smiles on camper’s faces were abundant! They really enjoyed trips to the beach, archery, tennis, spotting the Seahawk on campus, soccer games, capture the flag, fun craft projects, cooking lessons they could easily share with their family and challenging scavenger hunts. I am looking forward to seeing those smiling faces again this summer. If your child wasn’t a part of the Seahawk Camp, please join us this summer!
Below is a short description of our 2015 summer programs. Registration is underway and dozens of campers are already registered! Register online today!
My entire staff and I look forward to sharing fun, active, self-empowering and happy camp experiences with all of our campers this summer!
Director, Summer Programs
2015 Camp Programs
The Kingdom of Boxington
kicks off the summer for campers June 8-19 from 9 AM – 3 PM
. Boxington is a two-week program for students in grades K–5. Campers use their creative minds to build a village made entirely of cardboard boxes. It’s fascinating to see campers using their imagination, creativity and team building skills to make this village take shape! Plus the colorful painting and designs they add to the village show off their fun character and love for design and art.
Seahawk Camp begins June 22 and ends August 14. Grades 1-8, 9AM - 4PM.
Campers are grouped by grade across four divisions: Junior: Pre K-K, Middle Camp: grades 1-2, Intermediate Camp: grades 3-4 and Senior Camp: grades 5-8
. We do offer extended day programs.
The Seahawk Camp provides a group-centered experience and wide variety of fun, age-appropriate “traditional” day camp activities to engage our growing campers. Swim lessons are offered through our instructors who are Red Cross certified. Seahawk campers are given increasing amounts of choice as they grow through our program.
A creative writing program for middle school students offered by Mrs. RemillardJuly 6-10 and August 3-7, 9AM-noon, grades 6-8.
This program is often filled. Please register early. Your child will explore creative writing in a relaxed but motivating setting of their peers. The course is designed with an emphasis on stretching each participant’s creative potential. Techniques and exercises will include writing and revising skills, as well as using prompts to challenge the imagination.
Musical Theater at Seahawk Summer Camp!Cape Cod Kids on Broadway
will offer two separate two week workshops for campers in grades 1 – 8
and a Musical Production for campers in grades 3 - 12. Half day workshops are suitable for performers at every level. Musical Workshop campers will learn songs, ensembles and scenes from various musicals. They will study the fundamentals of healthy voice technique along with acting and dance.
The 3 week Production allows participants to perform a Broadway show! Cast members will develop their talent with professional coaching acting, voice technique and movement. They will have the opportunity to perform on stage in front of a live audience with sets, costumes, lights and sound. Campers in both programs gain self-confidence and by production time will feel at ease in front of a group while being able to use their energy in an expressive, creative way. It’s inspiring to see this camp in action! Learn more about the program, schedule, show dates, director bio and fees by visiting the Cape Cod Kids on Broadway webpage.
New in 2015!
Red Sky Sports
will offer a multi-sport day camp. They offer high level coaching and help campers develop skills in soccer, lacrosse, volleyball, basketball, tennis, street hockey and flag football. Open to campers in grades K – 8.
Empow Tech Camp
for students who have completed Grades 2-8.
Full and Half Day options are available.
Empow Tech Camp offers campers the opportunity to engage in creative STEAM (science/technology/engineering/arts/math) projects. If your child loves to invent, the Empow curriculum is the choice for your child. Campers work with expert Adventure Guides/Counselors in areas of Digital Design, Music Technology, Animation, Game Design, and Robotics. Campers choose from an extensive library of project plans as they create a story using special software, materials, cameras and LEGO® sets. All projects culminate in a final 2-3 minute video, presented at the Friday Showcase to the entire group, parents included! To learn more about Empow Camp visit www.empow.me
program is for high school students and those entering eighth grade in the fall. The courses are designed to give students the opportunity to expand their 21st century computing skills, enrich their understanding of mathematics, and prepare for the college admissions process. Each class runs for one week, from 9 am to noon, Monday through Friday.
Class size is limited to 14 students; 12 for the computer classes. Cost is $250 per class. Course descriptions are below:
Introduction to Computer Programming with Python
The goal of this course is to introduce students to the basic principles of computer science through the use of the Python programming language. The course will begin with an introduction to the command prompt and navigation without using a GUI (graphical user interface). Students will learn how to use basic programming structures such as variables and strings, loops, input and output statements, functions and classes. At the end of the week, students will be able to write their own simple programs.
Introduction to 3D Computer Design
Students in this class will be introduced to computer aided design and 3D drawing using Trimble Sketch-up Make. Trimble Sketch-up Make is a free software download for both MACs and PCs. Students will learn to create the types of designs that have the potential to be 3D printed. This is a process that combines creativity with 21st century computer design skills and will be both challenging and lots of fun.
PSAT/SAT Math Prep & Practice
This intensive SAT Math preparation class is designed for students who want to learn how to do their personal best by reviewing and reinforcing their mathematical skills and honing their test-taking strategies. The class will be fast paced and productive and incorporate practice tests and analysis as well as group discussion. Students will develop an understanding of the test and build their confidence as test takers.
PSAT/SAT Critical Reading Prep & Practice
This is an intensive SAT preparation seminar for students who want to learn how to do their personal best by strengthening their reading habits, test-taking strategies and overall test understanding. The class will be engaging and rewarding, using group activities, discussions and games, as well as independent practice to target individual student needs. Students will learn not only skills to help them be successful on the Critical Reading section of the SAT, but skills to enhance their reading and test-taking abilities for all of their academic lives and beyond.
Get Ready for Algebra
This is an enrichment class designed to reinforce pre-algebra concepts and provide a bridge to success for students entering Algebra 1 in the fall. The class will include a variety of group learning activities designed to sharpen skills and engage students in exploration of essential topics.
Get Ready for Geometry
This is an enrichment class designed to build students' experience with basic geometric concepts. The class will include a variety of hands-on and group learning activities designed to sharpen skills and engage students in exploration of essential topics.
How to Write Effective College Application Essays
This class is taught by CCA's college counselor. It will provide students an opportunity to learn how to approach writing essays for their college applications. The essay is your opportunity to express to colleges who you are as an individual. The class will cover how to identify a topic, write clearly in your own voice, and convey an honest sense of who you are and why you should be accepted.