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IGNITE YOUR CHILD’S FUTURE! iD Tech is inspiring the next generation of coders, game designers, engineers, and innovators. The secret? A fun camp environment where students express their creativity through technology. This summer, kids and teens ages 7-17 can learn to program, code apps, engineer robots, design video games, mod Minecraft, and more! This experience inspires them to keep learning, giving them a competitive advantage for school, college, and life. These summer programs are held at 100+ prestigious campuses nationwide, including Stanford, Caltech, Princeton, Yale, and more nationwide. Find one near you! iD Tech is the only camp that guarantees...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

  Capable, motivated kindergarten through eighth grade students can take up to twelve uniquely designed classes in math, science, history, entrepreneurship, technology, the arts and more, during Education Soaring’s 2009 Summer Program.  Six weeklong sessions will be held from July 13 to August 21. Students may take just one half-day class for five days or register for two different classes a week for up to six weeks.  The full-day program begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m.  Extended care is available.   An expert faculty skilled in tailoring small classes to the interests and academic levels of students...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Champions Science Adventures Summer Day Camps engage children in action-packed science fun! Each week long camp program is filled with fun experiments, individual projects and engaging science. Better yet, kids get to take home the amazing projects they build providing fun science-oriented play for years to come.   Over 92% of parents surveyed said they would recommend Champions Science Adventures Camps to a friend. As the largest provider of science enrichment programs in the United States with 30 years of experience, your child is sure to enjoy an unforgettable summer experience.Join us this summer for the WILDEST Champions Science Adventures summer...

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Portland, Tigard, Lake Oswego, Beaverton, Oregon, United States

Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific, kid-approved camps add up to a season of discovery and fun for preschool to school-age children. This year, our 12 weeks of camps fall into six great themes: Mighty Bodies, Bendy Brains; Awesome Art; Gravity Galore and More; The Wondrous World of Food; Wild about Water; and Featured Creatures. We’re in session when your local public schools are on break — and you’ll find our flexible scheduling works for your busy family. See why our summer (and winter and spring) break camps are the place to be when school’s out. Wild About...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Concordia University offers two theatre arts camps: a one-week (July 17-21) and a two-week (July 24-August 4)....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Immersion groups in Spanish. Single or multi-week classes. Class size is small. Instructors are native-fluent and use age-appropriate, proprietary materials that have been develped with input from parents and children around the world....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Summer music camps for beginning and intermediate brass, winds and strings.  Beginners need no experience.  Intermediates need 1 year on instrument played in class.  There will be 2 one week sessions.  Beginners will be in week one and intermediates in week 2.  Instruments will be provided for those who do not own one.  The dates are June 22 through June 26 and June 29 through July 2.        ...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

The nation’s leading technology summer program for ages 10-17, Cybercamps Academy prepares kids for today’s tech-driven, global marketplace. In a safe, fun learning environment, we offer innovative courses in game design and modding, computer programming, robotics, Web design and much more. By teaching kids to work in teams, communicate effectively and think critically, Cybercamps Academy gives students the essential 21st century skills that help them succeed in school and their future endeavors. Standardized curriculum - We operate each of our 50+ locations using meticulously crafted methods and research-proven courseware, and our 5:1 staff-to-student ratio is the best in the business....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

At Portland State University. The coaching staff includes past and present male and female high school, college and/or professional basketball players....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

A week at Grace Art Camp provides an opportunity for youth to be immersed in stories from diverse cultures that are at the heart and inspiration of an arts curriculum. Artists of all ages are empowered to collaboratively explore, challenge, respect, nurture, and celebrate their unique creative gifts through visual art, music, dance, theatre, ceramics, glass arts, fibre arts, literary arts, and book arts. A Friday showcase allows campers to showcase their week\'s creations to family and friends. Now in its 10th year, Grace Art Camp 2006 will focus on folktales, fables, and myths from Greece....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Fundamentals of baseball at Alpenrose...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Dance & theater; science including bridge building and crane building; animals; sports including gymnastics, football, karate, rock climbing, basketball, roller hockey, golf, soccer, fencing, tennis....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

At Oregon Children's Theatre, we produce more than plays; we cultivate education. These opportunities promote creativity and confidence in students, while also supporting elementary and middle school classroom curriculum. Acting Academy With our Acting Academy, young people aged 4 to 17 connect with professional actors who are skilled at teaching the art and craft of acting. We offer year-round acting classes and workshops, which encourage confidence by building theatre skills in a fun, engaging environment. These small classes have an average student/teacher ratio of 12:1 or less. Our mentoring program, Young Professionals, provides additional training and professional opportunities for the...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Focus on children\'s literature. Each camp uses drama and visual art to bring classic stories to life....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

The Anjali School of Dance in conjunction with the Geethanjali School of Music will offer a summer camp this year. Activities that have been planned include Bharatanatayam, Carnatic vocal, Story telling and enactment of Hindu mythological stories, Gita shlokams and other cultural activities. Here are the details:Dates: July 11th – July 22nd 2005 (M-F)Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMAge: 6 and abovePlease note that there are half day (both AM or PM) sessions available. I would also like to mention that, the first 15 students to sign up will receive a special discount. Sibling discounts are also available.For daily schedules...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Kiddie Kamp: Ages 3-4, is a camp from 10-1pm where the kids do crafts and games geared to their age group while teaching them to cooperate, share, and help them get ready for preschool. Kid Kamp: is for ages 5-10 from 10-3pm where they get tennis instruction, swimming, crafts, games and more. Call Angela for more information at 503-646-4106 ext.314....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Professional artists teach visual arts, drama, music, dance, video production and more at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center. Camp also includes field trips and culminating art show and performance. Monday-Friday 9AM– NOON. Mid-morning snack will be provided. There are two 2-week sessions starting the June and and going through mid-July....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Summer Camps at Audubon Society of Portland are exciting week-long experiences in the natural world. Choose from a variety of themes. There are half and full-day programs, Excursions with overnighters, and week-long \Mobile Adventures.\...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

The Community Cycling Center’s Summer Camp is an opportunity for youth to discover their own city by riding to exciting destinations, learning valuable bike mechanic skills, teaming up with their peers to solve technical problems, and most importantly, building their confidence and self-esteem! It is the coolest camp in town, with non-competitive games and a focus on individual growth and teamwork. This supportive environment is the best place to spend summer days, riding bikes with new friends and learning useful skills.  Mornings will be spent learning how to repair and maintain bicycles, while afternoons will be spent riding to fun spots in...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Field Trips, Arts & Crafts, Science Experiments, Outdoor Fun, Cultural & Nature Adventures, Reading & Creative Writing, Music...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

art, craft, theme fun, special events. Safe and Fun for pre-school children....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

This camp is perfect for children whose parents want them to:• learn amazing self defense skills• practice dealing with stranger, familiar adult and bullying scenarios• be able to speak up for themselves and feel safe• increase their self confidence, self reliance and independence• have fun!The goal of the NO! GO! YELL! TELL! programis to teach your children to be safe out in the world.We teach the art of Poekoelan Tjimindie Tulen, a beautiful martial art from Indonesia based in self-defense. Children learn animal movements, body awareness, coordination, and focus, plus compassion and respect for their teammates and instructors. Parents will...

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Exploration into the natural world of Tryon Creek State Park in SW Portland. Come spend a day in the woods, learning about local ecology, studying native plants and animals, singing songs, creating experiements, playing games, and telling stories....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

PEEPs is a summer program that engages youth in environmentally-focused service activities. Sessions of Hunger Exploration, Nature Awareness, and What is Environmentalism allow Portland kids to investigate their community. Participants will gain skills in leadership, civic engagement, and environmental consciousness....

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Each day of the camp is focused around an aspect of Swordsmanship training, from martial skills such as the longsword, and dagger to the practice of a Swordsmanship virtues such as generosity and honesty. Students learn history, and knowledge of heraldry and medieval games.Retallack School of Arms provides a safe and engaging environment for boys and girls ages 8 - 15 of any level of physical ability.Through Retallack School of Arm's Summer Sword Camp, your child will:Learn Longsword and Catch WrestlingLearn the virtues of chivalry, fairness, and generosityDevelop physical fitness in a fun and engaging wayLearn history in an interactive...

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