Method to our Madness
June 12th - June 16th
Rising Grades 5-8
What kind of organizational strengths and weakness do you possess? Students will learn executive functioning skills that strengthen organizational skills and strategies based upon his/her profile. Strategies for each profile will be discussed as well as organizers for binders, lockers, folders and notebooks.
Effective High School Study HabitsJune 12th - June 16th
Rising Grades 9-11
This course is designed to help students transition to the academic rigors and pace of life that come with being an Upper School student. The course will help students understand the way that the brain learns, and what they can do in terms of daily habits, organizational strategies, and self-advocacy in order to maximize their cognitive functioning. Additionally, the course will help students improve academically through non-cognitive factors such as mindset, goal setting and stress and testing anxiety. The course is designed to help prepare all students for long-term success in the Upper School, regardless of their current academic standing.
College Essay Workshop
Rising Grade 12
June 19th - June 23rd
With the college admissions applicants in the tens of thousands at some colleges, the college essay has become one of the best tools to help students set themselves apart in the admissions process. This course offers an opportunity to work in a small group setting to write and polish essays for college admission. Students should expect to leave the course with up to three essays ready for tailoring to specific schools.
Drivers EducationJune 12th - June 30th$540.00 Driver's permit required
Metro Driving school will be providing all training at Palmer Trinity School. Students will engage in both classroom lessons as well as on road driving. Driver Education is a full program running 3 weeks. Students receive 30 hours of classroom instruction, 6 hours behind the wheel, plus 6 hours observation. The classroom sessions will take place weekdays beginning June 13th from 9:00-11:00 a.m., and run for three weeks. Two-hour driving blocks will take place from 11:30 - 5:30 pm with two students in each car. Students will be driving for one hour, observing for one hour.
TumblingJune 26th - June 30thRising Grades 9-11$200.00
Premiere Dance will be offering Tumbling on the campus of Palmer Trinity School. This is a gymnastics-based course that focuses on a range of skill levels: beginning with the introduction of basic tumbling skills progressing into more advanced skills. Practice your handstands, cartwheels, walkovers, aerial cartwheel, aerial, walkover, front handspring, round-off backhand spring, tucks, control & contortion work, and much more! This camp is able to address the needs of beginner, intermediate, and advanced athletes.
Custom Rod Building & Fishing ClinicJuly 31st - August 4thRising Grades 5-12$230.00
Are you an avid angler? Have you ever wanted to build your own fishing rod? Well, here is your opportunity to build a custom spinning rod in just one week! Meanwhile, also learning more about our local fishery and marine environment. Learn how educated anglers can do their part to help conserve our valuable marine resources for future anglers to enjoy. Topics covered will include: Custom rod-building, casting, learning to throw a cast-net, saltwater/freshwater species recognition, marine stewardship and sustainable fishing. The class will also include a local fishing field trip at Bill Sadowski Park.
Checkmate!June 19th - June 23rdJuly 31st - August 4thRising Grades 5-12$200.00
Panoptic Lessons will be directing our Chess Program this summer. Panoptic Lessons comes with years of experience teaching and sharing the love of Chess. This program will challenge students in areas such as problem-solving, patience, concentration, creativity, logical thinking and teamwork. This unique program, designed by National Master Robert Ramirez, makes every class fun and dynamic for both beginners and experienced players of all ages.
Junior EngineersJune 12th - June 16thRising Grades 5-8$250.00 (50.00 fee for materials used in the course)
The Jr. Engineers Course consists of fun engineering challenges that allow students to apply science knowledge in meaningful ways. Students will follow a series of steps called the Engineering Design Process to solve problems. The process has five steps and uses terms students can understand: Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, and Improve. The engaging activities will be based on real-world technologies and problems. Examples include building earthquake-resistant buildings, and racing green vehicles.
Robotics by Bricks 4 KidzJune 26th - June 30thJuly 31st - August 4thRising Grades 5-8$225.00
Experience cutting edge technology with the introduction of LEGO® MINDSTORMS EV3 Robotics. Students will be captivated as they incorporate the newest generation of motors, sensors, and software by programming their commands directly into the intelligent brick. Students will test their capabilities by moving an object with a robotic claw, building a robot that draws, and creating a mouse trap. Our endless list of builds is sure to provide the complete fundamental components of robotics at its best!
Google GreatsJune 19th - June 23rdJune 26th - June 30thRising Grades 5-8$200.00
Google greats will be led by Palmer Trinity School Technology department. Students will learn how to use their Surface Pro to enhance their learning experience. Emphasis will be placed on skills necessary for classroom projects, instruction, as well as mastering creative and fun uses of the device. Surface Pro’s will be available for use if a student does not currently own one. Please advise Valorie Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org
) prior to the start of camp.
Dance CompanyJune 12th - June 16thJune 19th - June 23rdJune 26th - June 30th
July 31st - August 4thRising Grades 5-8$200.00
This is a Performing Arts Summer course designed to expose students to a variety of dance forms, teach proper skills and instill an appreciation for performance and choreography aesthetics. The objective of the week long course is to introduce, discuss, demonstrate and review general dance vocabulary and movements for Classical Ballet, Modern/Contemporary & Technique (Tricks, Conditioning, and Flexibility), Jazz, Tap, Choreography & Hip Hop. Students will practice and perform curriculum from all genres throughout the week and will learn correct body alignment, strength, flexibility, coordination and technique.
EquestrianJune 19th - June 23rdJune 26th - June 30thRising Grades 5-12$450.00Families will be responsible for drop off and pick up at Sport Horse Stables.
Does your child love horses? If so, then the Sport Horse Stables Intro to Riding Summer Camp is a perfect match!Please bring a snack and refillable water bottles (there is chilled water onsite). For 6-15 year olds. Campers are taught one on one with an instructor overseeing and teaching the mounted part of the morning.
At Sport Horse Stables, our goal is to teach the basics of riding and taking care of horses in a safe and fun environment. We feel that safety around horses is extremely important. Our school horses are carefully chosen and matched with students to ensure the learning and enjoyment of these beautiful creatures. In addition to our morning and afternoon riding sessions, we spend time learning all about horses and their care. We learn to bathe horses, groom them and tack them up. Other activities are around property trail riding (depending on level of campers), mounted and unmounted games, water activities and a competition at the end of the week to show-off what the campers learned.
To learn more about Sport Horse Stables, visit their website at sportstablesmiami.com