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    Windermere Preparatory School's academic approach is built on complex problem solving and critical thinking and culminates with the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.

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    At Windermere Preparatory School, the Fine, Media, and Performing Arts are an integral part of our curriculum enhanced by a unique collaboration with The Juilliard School.

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Middle School Camps

  • Summer Camp MS

Acting for the Camera (Instructor Cindy Lowa) - $250 per week

June 5-9 – Grades Six-Eight

Students will have the opportunity to participate in theatre games, acting technique exercises, TV/Film scenes, and commercial scene work. Every student will learn some of the differences and nuances of acting for camera, versus acting for the stage. During the camp, all students will present their scenes for a studio-style taping that they can easily put onto an acting reel for professional work. If you have an interest in starting to develop an acting film-reel for gaining a professional talent agent, or just want to work on your acting technique for the camera for fun, then this camp is for you! Ms. Cindy Lowa was an acting instructor for the New York Film Academy for Summer "Acting for Film" Workshops in Orlando at Walt Disney World for five years!   


Into the Deep Blue Sea Art Camp (Instructor Megg Demko) - $250 per week

June 5-9 – Grades Six-Eight

Welcome to the beautiful ocean! In this week-long camp, students will create various art projects involving sea creatures and the beach. We will explore mixed media, painting on wood, sand art, and ceramics - so jump in and learn how to create mermaids, seahorses, starfish, and more!  Don’t miss this fun, creative week!


3D Modeling & Printing (Instructor Jeff Fulmer) - $250 per week

June 5-9 – Grades Six-Eight

Kick-off the summer with exposure and exploration of STEM activities!  Learn how to design and to create in 3D!  Bring your ideas to life and then to print. This camp will introduce different applications for 3D design along with coding activities from MIT and more. We will create step-by-step models and by the end of camp you will be able to show all of your creativity.  All aboard for the STEM 3D and Coding Express!


Secret Garden Art Camp (Instructor Megg Demko) - $250 per week

June 12-14 – Grades Six-Eight

Enjoy creating everything from bees, birds, and butterflies, to garden gnomes and stepping-stones! This class will take artists into the wonder of nature and its creatures.  We will explore the use of ceramics, wood, canvas and more. Come join us to take your art skills to the next level as you dig your hands in and join the fun!


Move to Middle School Camp (Instructor Stephanie Loughran) - $250 per week

June 12-14 – Grades Six-Eight

July 31-August 4 – Grades Six-Eight

Designed for all incoming Sixth Graders (or any other Seventh/Eighth Graders new to Middle School!), this program aims to assist students in the transition to Middle School!  Students receive campus tours, laptop set-up, technology demonstrations, e-portfolio instruction, and more!  This is truly a program that makes “crossing the bridge” a bit easier!

Engineering Camp (Instructor Jamie Schoenberger) - $250 per week

July 24-28 – Grades Six-Eight

Who can build the tallest tower? Hit the target in the fastest time? Build the longest Rube Goldberg Machine? Construct the most life-like robotic hand? Create a handheld, moving hologram? This engineering-based science camp will have students pushing themselves to explore and test designs that previously existed only in their imaginations! Come discover the forces and energies that influence our daily lives and are used by scientists and engineers to invent new technologies and to explore the universe around us. Fun guaranteed!


Technology Toolkit (Instructor Justin Shrake) - $250 per week

July 24-28 – Grades Six-Eight

As 21st Century learners, our students are surrounded by a multitude of technological resources. Helping to prepare Middle School students for technology use in Middle School, this program offers an opportunity for students to explore useful applications and programs, as well as an opportunity to develop and hone in on technology skills. This camp will truly help prepare students for everyday technology skills necessary for the Middle School classroom!


Forensics Camp (Instructor Jamie Schoenberger) - $250 per week

July 31-August 4 – Grades Six-Eight

These newly-appointed crime solvers will have to work together and rely on their investigative skills to figure out- “whodunnit?”  Throughout the week, students will learn crime-solving techniques such as fingerprinting, deductive reasoning, chromatography testing, blood typing, blood spatter study, and chemical analysis. At the end of the week, a ghastly crime scene will greet them on arrival- will they be able to use the techniques they’ve learned in order solve the crime?


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