Grades K - 4
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Art Camp provides an exploration of a variety of visual arts media to develop campers' creativity and individuality. These young artists will be wire sculpting, painting, weaving, creating unique jewelry, drawing, pottery making, constructing mosaics, and creating weekly multicultural projects. Campers will have an hour free period choice each day and will also participate in all special events that are on campus. A healthy lunch, snack, popsicle, and daily swim are included in this co-ed program. Each week will be a different theme and have different projects. Although our specialty camps have a range of different aged campers all campers are grouped with other campers closest to their age. Our energetic and fully-trained staff are carefully selected based on experience, character, and leadership. Every staff member is background checked, as we continue to maintain the highest level of safety and security on campus.
Meet Kelly McCurdy+
Kelly McCurdy earned her degree in the Social Sciences from Stockton University and currently works at Manatee Elementary. The amazing experiences she had as a childhood camper led her to a 25+ year career as a camp counselor and camp director. After spending many wonderful summers at a sleep-a-way camp in the Adirondacks she moved to sunny Florida and has loved teaching art, history and techniques to campers at American Heritage Summer Art Camp since 2017.
Meet Sacha Alvarez+
Sacha Alvarez has been working in the academic world since high school. She began early on as an after-school care counselor, moved on to the collegiate level, and has since become a 3rd grade teacher. Over the past 4 years she has worked in Somerset Academy Boca and enjoys the ability to work in an environment that allows her to build relationships with her students and parents. This will be her 6th year at American Heritage and she loves the ability to share her creativity in the Art Camp with her campers.
Meet Allison Marowitz+
Allison Marowitz holds an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Florida Atlantic University.She has taught elementary-aged children throughout her career. Her years in the classroom have been spent enthusiastically sharing her creativity with children.Allison was an American Heritage camper herself and looks back on her summers fondly. She looks forward to providing that same experience to her campers.
Additional Course Information+
Camper groupings vary by program. Day Camp programs will be grouped by age/grade/gender, Specialty Programs are grouped together by age, interest, and/ or skill level. Programs are not guaranteed and require a minimum enrollment. Campers are supervised at all times by our energetic and fully-trained staff. Our counselors are carefully selected based on experience, character, and leadership. Every staff member is background checked, as we continue to maintain the highest level of safety and security on campus. At American Heritage Day Camp we do our very best to make sure our staff is placed with the appropriate age group to ensure a successful and fun summer. A well-balanced lunch and healthy snacks are provided in all full-day programs. If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact us.
Select a session ($1100 per session)
Session 1: 6/13/22 - 6/24/22 (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM) (EST)
Session 2: 6/27/22 - 7/08/22 (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM) (EST)
Session 3: 7/11/22 - 7/22/22 (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM) (EST)
Session 4: 7/25/22 - 8/05/22 (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM) (EST)
Bus Enrollment (Optional)
Free Central Bus Service (Optional - Free)
Door to Door Pickup
Free Central Bus Service
Free Central Bus Service - Palm Beach
Free Central Bus Service - Broward
Camp Session Extensions (Optional)
Morning Camp Care (Optional - Free) Before 8:30 A.M.
After Camp Care (Optional - $200 per session) After 3:30 P.M.
Door To Door Service
Free Central Bus Service
Morning Camp Care
After Camp Care
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