Camp at The Woods

June 26-27, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(8:45 arrival, 4:15 pickup) 
Early and late pickup is available

Art at The Woods

Calling all young artists—discover a world of inspiration and creativity at Art Camp! Our two-day camp is designed to encourage artistic expression, experimentation and imagination for kids entering grades 3 to 6. No previous art-making experience necessary!

Open to girls and boys entering grades 3 - 6 as of September 2014.
Cost: $65

Equestrian Camp for Advanced Riders

This camp is for those riders who want to focus on polishing their respective disciplines. Campers learn more advanced horse care and skills and riding theory in a classroom setting in the morning session; after lunch they will ride for at least one hour.

Open to girls and boys entering grades K-12
Cost: $125

Making Change – Leadership and Community Service

"Making Change" is a unique two day camp opportunity for young women in high school grades 9 through 11. Come learn about leadership and community service at a fun two day experience at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. The two day camp is sponsored by the Social & Behavioral Sciences Department at SMWC. Campers will create and carry out their own community engagement activity. At Camp “Making Change” you will grow in your leadership skills for making a positive difference in your life and your community!

Open to girls entering grades 9-12 as of September 2014
Cost: $65

Working With Light

Photography is both art and science.  Photography communicates.  But most of all, photography, especially digital photography, is just plain fun!  Campers will focus on photographing people and nature using the best available light – usually natural light.  After some editing work, each camper will have an album of their work.

Campers must bring a digital camera.

Open to girls and boys entering grades 1-3 as of September 2014
Cost: $65

Parade of Engineers

Parade of Engineers is a two day camp that will ignite creativity, build confidence, and increase problem-solving skills of girls who have just finished kindergarten through third grade while introducing engineering concepts, such as wheel and axle and spatial skills, through the development of a parade float. Day one will introduce campers to the class concepts in a practical but active approach and allow the campers to be guided through a creativity process toward the development of a parade float. Day two will reinforce the concepts learned during day one and the campers will address any needed changes by using their engineering, problem solving, and creativity skills. The campers will round out day two by building their own, real life, float as a group then parade around campus. Family and friends are invited to attend the parade and listen to the campers present what they have learned. All camp participants will take home a GoldieBox and the Parade Float set!

Open to girls entering 1-3 as of September 2014
Cost: $65