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  • Lions Den Etiquette Camp

    Share some tips and tricks and learn how to apply the rules of etiquette this summer. Join us for a rocking week of fun, leadership, character building and hands-on learning. Together we will work on poise, posture and kindness as well as how to introduce yourself and others. Children will become experts in dining, develop their table manners and uncover the art of a well written thank you note. Students will also learn what responsibilities come along with inviting others to your home. The biggest take away from this camp is for children to learn to be comfortable within themselves and also while around others.
  • Young Padawan Star Wars Camp

    This just in… the Republic reports to have seen a new Death Star! We invite all young Padwans to come learn from an experienced Jedi Knight and fight the dark side from taking over. All week long, campers will explore their love for Star Wars as they dress as favorite characters, compete against galactic obstacles, create lightsabers, build R2-D2, Yoda, C3PO and Speeders from Legos, train to defeat Darth Vader and so much more! As Yoda said, “fear is the path to the dark side” join us as we protect this galaxy from far far away!
  • Buggin' Out Camp

    Spiders, butterflies, and ants oh my! During this camp we will discover all different types of bugs. Campers will get in touch with their nature side as we embark on nature hunts, craft our own insect creations, and even read books about different bugs. No camp July 5th.
  • Rockin’ Music Camp

    Are you an aspiring musician, or do you just want to get some more practice and hang out with other classmates interested in the same music and learning how to play? Well then our Rockin’ Music Camp is for you! This fast paced camp will give you the opportunity to receive mentorship on learning instruments and vocals while playing in a band with other students. The goal of this camp is to learn how to play with other band members and develop a set-list for performances. Campers will have the opportunity to perform on the Pepper Pike Learning Center Playground Stage on July 16 at 5pm.
  • I Dream of Disney Camp

    Childhood is the world of miracles and magic. Get your Mickey ears ready and share your love for Disney with friends in this fun filled camp! Together we will make our favorite monsters from Monsters Inc., enjoy karaoke with classics like Hakuna Matata and when we get hungry for a snack we will make Olaf Marshmallow Pops or some Dole Whip! We will earn Wilderness Explorer badges like Russell, dress as our favorite characters, make a plush Nemo with a little fin to take home and SO much more! As Walt himself would say, “if you can dream it, you can do it”, let’s dream together at I Dream of Disney Camp!
  • When I Grow Up Camp

    Have you and your little one started thinking about the future!? Your camper will dream big this week as we explore different occupations from being a healthcare provider to fighting fires. Campers will be exposed to a wide variety of different jobs and careers through imaginative play, crafts, games, and even surprise guests.
  • En Garde! Fencing Camp

    Did you know that the art of swordsmanship has been practiced for centuries? First, it was to train for deadly combat - the duel. Now it is fun, exhilarating, and most importantly, safe for boys and girls. Learn a new sport or expand upon your current fencing skills. No experience is necessary and all fencing equipment is provided. Fencing is harder than you think, but with practice. You can do it!
  • Under The Big Top Camp

    Calling all jugglers and acrobatics! Your camper will play all day during this fast-paced and exciting week! We will discover the true circus experience by engaging in old-fashioned games, circus animal crafts, and more.
  • Lions Middle School Soccer Camp

    Orange Youth Sport is proud to join with Orange Lions Soccer, to bring you a soccer camp that can not only make you a better player, but get you on the fast-track to becoming a future Lions soccer player. Varsity Soccer Coach Dani Giulvezan will train your athlete on many of the fundamentals the the Orange Soccer Program implements, at a fast pace, that promotes teamwork and skill development. This program is for boys and girls who are looking to accelerate their game. Players should wear shin guards and cleats to camps. Coached by Dani Giulvezan, Orange High School Varsity Coach
  • Minecraft Mania Camp

    Can't get enough minecarts, redstone and diamond pickaxes? Step out of the virtual world for an in-person camp adventure with fellow Minecrafters. Campers will spend the week constructing boats and minecarts, "crafting recipes," playing "creeper" tag, building LEGO Minecraft sets, learning archery and much, much more. The camp will culminate with a real Minecraft head-to-head challenge in an actual video game truck! All campers will also take home Minecraft fun kits to continue the fun at home.
  • On Cloud 9 Camp

    Everyone needs a little TLC after a long school year! During this relaxing week, your child will gain beneficial strategies and tools for self-regulating, relaxing and calming down. Activities include yoga, making scented aromatherapy playdough, and creating rain sticks and stress balls.
  • Orange Lions GIRLS Basketball Camp

    We are proud to partner this season with the up and coming Orange Lions Girls Basketball program, on our first Girls Basketball Camp. Coach Jazmyne Frost and her staff is coming off of a strong season and is eager to continue the improving tradition of Girls basketball here in the community. Basketball players will receive pointed instruction to prepare them to be competitive athletes on and off of the court. It will focus on the fun and fundamentals of basketball, and emphasize training methods of varsity athletes. All equipment will be provided by the staff. Please wear appropriate basketball shoes. Each Camper will receive a t-shirt for participation.
  • Weyn Soccer Camp

    For campers currently in grades K-5 (school year ending June 2021). This camp for boys and girls provides a challenging, competitive and fun environment to learn the game of soccer. On the first day of camp, players will be divided into groups: recreational skill building for younger, beginner players and a more competitive side for those who have experience playing in travel and club soccer leagues. All campers will work on ball handling skills, passing and game play with small teams to encourage multiple touches to the ball. Coached by Weyn Soccer Group
  • Academic Adventures Camp- Pizza Parlor

    If you want to boost your child's confidence heading back into school in the fall, look no further than Academic Adventures Camp. There is nothing standard about this camp (except for Learning Standards, that is)! Academic Adventures Camp will provide your entering K through 5th grader with two solid weeks of project-based FUN! Whether you choose Pizza Parlor, Animal Discoveries or both, your child will be more than ready to go back to school with confidence! The camps offer smaller group sizes and highly-qualified teachers that are sure to give your child an extra edge! During Pizza Parlor week, your camper will start a fun, new endeavor as an “owner” of a pizza parlor. Each day, your child will develop teamwork and academic skills while starting a pizza business, including creating recipes, cooking, developing menus, marketing and so much more. Entering First Grade Learning Focus: Shapes, greater than/less than, emergent reading, letter sounds, opinion writing, report writing, sorting, goods/services, onset/rime Entering Second Grade Learning Focus: Fractions, 3D shapes, counting coins, addition/ subtraction, writing, sight words, sources of food, supply/demand, reading, gravity, living/nonliving Entering Third Grade Learning Focus: Even/odd, arrays, place value, measurement, fractions, bar graphs, time, counting coins, writing, reading, buying/selling, condensation/evaporation Entering Fourth Grade Learning Focus: Multiplication/division, fractions, time, word problems, volume, graphing, writing, research, solid/liquid/gas, energy, budgeting, consumerism Entering Fifth Grade: Learning Focus: Multiple step problems, supply and demand, cost, resources, decimals, interpreting charts/graphs, comparing fractions, reading informational text, matter, opinion writing, narrative writing, research
  • Bite Sized Foods Cooking Camp

    Tiny foods are yummy too! Throughout the week, we will be creating bite size recipes that can be eaten at any meal. Our fun and educational cooking camp offers kids of every level the opportunity to be a chef and gain an understanding of food. They will learn how to use different utensils, measure, chop, bake, cut and create recipes on their own. This delicious, hands-on cooking camp is filled with food, games, crafts and activities. Your child will have a blast creating and eating their own masterpieces!
  • Academic Adventures Camp- Pizza Parlor

    This school year has been challenging for some students. If you want to boost his or her confidence heading back into school, look no further than Academic Adventures Camp. There is nothing standard about this camp (except for Learning Standards, that is)! Academic Adventures Camp will provide your entering K through 5th grader with two solid weeks of project-based FUN! Whether you choose Pizza Parlor, Animal Discoveries or both, your child will be more than ready to go back to school with confidence! The camps offer smaller group sizes and highly-qualified teachers that are sure to give your child an extra edge! During Pizza Parlor week, your camper will start a fun, new endeavor as an “owner” of a pizza parlor. Each day, your child will develop teamwork and academic skills while starting a pizza business, including creating recipes, cooking, developing menus, marketing and so much more. Entering Kindergarten Learning Focus: Counting, patterns, shapes, sorting, writing, letter recognition, letter sounds, observation, research, following directions, collecting data, goods/services
  • Orange Lions GIRLS Softball Camp

    This is a new softball camp & clinic for girls going into grades 4th - 8th. Fundamentals of throwing, fielding, hitting, etc. will be the focus. The older participants will get instruction on the basics and fundamentals of pitching. The camp will take place outside at the Brady softball fields. Coaches from the OHS varsity Softball program will lead the instruction, including Head Coach Sue Kluchar. This is your chance to meet your coaches of the future! Come out and have fun while learning the game of softball!
  • Safety Town

    Safety Town is a nationally recognized safety awareness and education program offered by the Orange Early Childhood Center for children entering kindergarten in the fall of 2020. Children will learn important safety basics including: fire safety, bus safety, water safety, pedestrian safety, poison safety, playground safety, bike safety, and gun safety. Children will visit the following community places to learn more about each topic: Pepper Pike Fire & Police Stations, and the Orange High School outdoor pool. Children will also practice riding the bus and driving cars on our mini Safety Town. Space is limited, register early. All children will receive a Safety Town t-shirt to be worn daily. More information will be emailed to you prior to the start of the program. No refunds will be issued for Safety Town. Location visits, bus riding, and swimming may be cancelled and supplemented with other activities pending COVID-19 restrictions in place this summer.
  • Academic Adventures Camp- Animal Discoveries

    If you want to boost your child's confidence heading back into school in the fall, look no further than Academic Adventures Camp. There is nothing standard about this camp (except for Learning Standards, that is)! Academic Adventures Camp will provide your entering K through 5th grader with two solid weeks of project-based FUN! Whether you choose Pizza Parlor, Animal Discoveries or both, your child will be more than ready to go back to school with confidence! The camps offer smaller group sizes and highly-qualified teachers that are sure to give your child an extra edge! During Animal Discoveries week, your camper will be immersed in everything related to the “zoo.” Each day, your child will “travel” the world to study various animal habitats such as: Journey to the Jungle, In the Savannah, Forest Frontiers, Ocean Explorers and Polar Expeditions. Entering First Grade Learning Focus: Counting to 100, shapes, addition/subtraction, capitalization/punctuation, nocturnal, settings, characters, sight words, weather Entering Second Grade Learning Focus: Time, ordering, greater than/less than, sight words, reading, basic needs, solar energy, maps, research, bodies of water, caring for things Entering Third Grade Learning Focus: Sides/vertices of shapes, research, careers, maps, timelines, extinction, fossils, weather, writing, reading, natural disasters Entering Fourth Grade Learning Focus: Area, perimeter, telling time, soil, rocks, water, multiplication/ division, mystery writing, reading laws/rules, personal narratives Entering Fifth Grade Learning Focus: Multiple step problems, interpreting charts/graphs, cost comparing fractions, reading informational text, writing opinion pieces, narrative writing, research, fossils, ecosystems
  • Academic Adventures Camp- Animal Discoveries

    This school year has been challenging for some students. If you want to boost his or her confidence heading back into school, look no further than Academic Adventures Camp. There is nothing standard about this camp (except for Learning Standards, that is)! Academic Adventures Camp will provide your entering K through 5th grader with two solid weeks of project-based FUN! Whether you choose Pizza Parlor, Animal Discoveries or both, your child will be more than ready to go back to school with confidence! The camps offer smaller group sizes and highly-qualified teachers that are sure to give your child an extra edge! During Animal Discoveries week, your camper will be immersed in everything related to the “zoo.” Each day, your child will “travel” the world to study various animal habitats such as: Journey to the Jungle, In the Savannah, Forest Frontiers, Ocean Explorers and Polar Expeditions. Entering Kindergarten Learning Focus: Ordering, measuring, writing, rhyming, one to one correspondence, maps, life cycle, animal traits, fantasy/reality, major events, habitats