All Camp Offerings

Whether your children are hoping to take an imaginary trip around the world, play some basketball, host a live radio show, paddle and hike on local rivers, or refine their creative writing skills, we have just the camp for them! 

How It Works

When you go to register, you'll input your children's (or child's) ages, select your camp weeks, and pick morning, afternoon, or all day. You'll then be given your choices filtered by age and session to make selections.

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Advanced Acting Techniques

Age Group: Rising 9th-12th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25

Afternoon Session

This class is devoted to the passionate actor looking to further hone their skills in order to land that next part, or as preparation for admittance into a college-level acting program. Aspects of acting that will be covered include how to prepare for an audition, improvisation, monologues, and exercises from the acting systems developed by professional practitioners such as Stanislavski, Chekhov, Strasberg, Adler, Meisner, Hagen, and Mamet/Macy.

Camp Counselor: Ian Watson

Algorithmic Art

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2

Afternoon Session

Art can not only be created but also discovered! This week we will explore the beauty in patterns, fractals, and other mathematical models. Students will not only observe but also create visual artwork using math and algorithmic methods. No specific mathematical experience is required.

Camp Counselor: Sebastian Cave

Around the World with Ms. Smith

Age Group: Rising 1st-4th Grade 

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2 

Available for Morning and Afternoon Sessions

Join Ms. Smith for a journey around the world. We all love getting out and experiencing other cultures through travel. Although we can’t take a real trip together, come along with Ms.Smith as we journey to a different country each day, making our way through each continent. We will play sports and geography games, listen to music, make crafts, and enjoy traditional foods from around the world. 

** This session will change every week in content, so feel free to sign up for several weeks to explore even more of the world with Ms. Smith! **

Camp Counselor: Ladi Smith, M.A.T.

Art for Non-artists

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Week: June 14-18

Afternoon Session

Do you identify as someone who is “not good” at art? Then this is the session for you! We will be exploring what art means, what makes art good, and the practical skills it takes to create what you want to create. Whether you are interested in drawing realistically, painting abstract scribbles, or building aesthetic sculptures, there will be an option for you. We will explore it all!

Camp Counselor: Alexa Chumpitaz

Baseball

Age Groups: Rising 3rd-7th Grade

Camp Week: June 28-July 1 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Morning Session

STAB Baseball Camp will focus on the training of hitting, fielding, and throwing. Come out and improve your skills in a fun fast-paced environment. Daily competitions will round out this reps-based camp.

Coach: Jon Benick

Basketball (Week 1)

Age Group: Rising K-7th Grade

Camp Week: June 14-17 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Afternoon Session

Come join Coach Stinnie, Coach Altizer, and our Varsity teams for a week of skills, drills, and fun on the court! The camp will include fundamental skill development, skill contests, and gameplay all alongside our high school athletes!

Coaches: Phil Stinnie and Damin Altizer

Basketball (Week 2)

Age Group: Rising K-4th Grade

Camp Week: June 21-June 24 (Monday-Thursday)Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Afternoon Session

Come join Coach “G” for an exciting week of basketball camp this summer. Coach G enjoys using the game of basketball to help children discover a love for sports and physical activity. This camp is full of small-sided games, competitions and drills that will build a foundation for a lifelong love of being active while also learning strategies and skills that will help them grow as a young basketball player. Lace ‘em up and join us this summer.

Coach: Mark Gearhart

Books and Brushes

Age Group: Rising 1st-4th Grade

Camp Week: June 14-18

Available for Morning and Afternoon Sessions

Do you love art and amazing stories? Study famous artists, read wonderful literature, and come home with 5 inspired display-worthy art pieces AND new reading skills!

Camp Counselor: Kelly Kosefeski, M.A.

Boys' Lacrosse

Age Group: Rising 3rd-7th grade

Camp Week: June 21-24 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Morning Session

Join Coach Perriello for a week of lacrosse fundamentals, contests, competitions, and games. Expect some guest appearances from some of our top alumni players including some big names in the college lacrosse world! Find out why the fastest game on two feet is also the fastest growing sport in the country!

Coach: Bo Perriello

Build a Parade!

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 28-July 2

Afternoon Session

Want to build a giant dragon from scratch? Learn how to construct large-scale puppets from cardboard, wood, and papier-mache and then parade them through campus on the final day. Want to learn the art-making large flags dance through the air? Juggling? Join the PARADE SQUAD to craft a parade and dazzle the younger kids at the end of the week!

Noah Harrell, M.A. Directing

Cardboard Mania

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 28-July 2

Morning Session

What can you build with cardboard? A series of strange masks? Full body armor?  A robot? This is a hands-on laboratory where you are invited to fully explore your powers of invention and bring what you imagine to life through the endless possibilities of cardboard. 

Noah Harrell, M.A. Directing

Ceramics

Age Group: Rising 1st-2nd Grade

Camp Week: June 28-July 2

Afternoon Session

Messy and gooey and slimy CLAY! In this session, campers will work to build clay pots and mugs using handwork techniques. They will finish the week with some lovely additions to your pottery collection!

Camp Counselor: Kim Cox, M.A.E.

Co-ed Basketball (Week 3)

Age Group: Rising Kindergarten-8th Grade

Camp Week: June 28-July 1 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Afternoon Session

Come join Coach “G” for an exciting week of basketball camp this summer. Coach G enjoys using the game of basketball to help children discover a love for sports and physical activity. This camp is full of small-sided games, competitions and drills that will build a foundation for a lifelong love of being active while also learning strategies and skills that will help them grow as a young basketball player. Lace ‘em up and join us this summer.

Coach: Mark Gearhart

College Essay Writing Bootcamp

Age Group: Rising Grade 12

Afternoon Session

**June 15-July 1: meeting on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 1-2:30 pm.

July 6-July 22: meeting on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 1-2:30 pm.

Get the jump on possibly the most important, most frustrating, most time-consuming task of your senior year. This short course will help you reveal your innermost self to a team of strangers (the mysterious Admissions Office) in 650 words (or less!). Learn how to decipher and conquer all kinds of college essay prompts, from the Common Application to the unique and peculiar individual college prompts and the supplements. You will leave this class with at least two polished (maybe even quirky) essays that capture you and only you.

By the end of the course students will have: 

  • A better understanding of the role essays play in the college application portfolio

  • A draft of their Common App essay

  • A draft of at least one supplemental essay

  • A collection of stronger revision techniques

Students can expect to:

  • Write and revise their own writing

  • Engage in constructive writing-feedback conferences  

Camp Counselor: Rosanne Simeone, Ph.D.

Creating a New Language (French Edition)

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Week: June 28-July 2

Afternoon Session

How do languages form? What is communication? In this session, we will explore patterns we already know in French including conjugations, grammar structures, vocabulary, etc., and figure out what makes a language. Then, we will try creating our own new language from scratch!

*Note: You do not need to know French to join, but there will be a review of content. This would be great for both students who want to keep up with their French over the summer and those who would like a brief introduction to French.*

Camp Counselor: Alexa Chumpitaz

Creating a New Language (Spanish Edition)

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade 

Morning Session during the first week of camp: June 14-18

Afternoon Session during the second week of camp: June 21-25

How do languages form? What is communication? In this session, we will explore patterns we already know in Spanish including conjugations, grammar structures, vocabulary, etc., and figure out what makes a language. Then, we will try creating our own new language from scratch!

*You do not need to know Spanish to join, but there will be a review of the content. This would be great for both students who want to keep up with their Spanish over the summer and those who would like a brief introduction to Spanish.*

Camp Counselor: Alexa Chumpitaz

Creative Writing: Fiction Writing Workshop 

Age Group: Grades 9-12

Camp Week: June 14-18 

Morning Session

Ms. Bussey is calling all young writers together to engage in a true writing workshop. Together, we will study the art of storytelling in the short form by examining stories recently published and those featured in the Best American anthologies. Each writer will leave the workshop with two polished short stories and a familiarity with the key literary devices they will need for future studies of literature and creative writing. Ms. Bussey studied Creative Writing at Colgate University and has facilitated the St. Anne's-Belfield creative writing intensive and the Choate Summer Writing Workshop. 

Camp Counselor: Kate Bussey

Diary of an Elementary Student

Age Group: Rising 3rd-4th Grade 

Camp Week: June 21-25 

Afternoon Session

Do you keep a journal? A diary? Have you ever wanted to make it come alive with illustrations? Spend time exploring the writing styles and techniques of Jeff Kinney, Marissa Moss, Rachel Renee Russell and others! Take your own personal experiences and turn them into your very own interactive diary or short story.  

Camp Counselor: Jendia Miller, M.Ed.

Field Hockey

Age Group: Rising 3rd-7th Grade

Camp Week: June 28-July 1 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Morning Session

Dust your field hockey stick off and come join Coach Harrington’s field hockey camp. A fun and exciting environment dedicated to individual skills and small game tactics, this camp will ensure each participant has tons of touches on the ball and plenty of opportunities to be decision-makers in small game competitions. Mouth guards, goggles, sticks, shin guards, water bottles, and a positive attitude with a readiness to have fun are required. 

Coach: Tara Harrington

Football

Age Group: Rising 3rd-7th Grade

Camp Week: June 14-17 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Morning Session

Are you ready for some football? Fun and fundamentals collide this June with drills, competitions, and scrimmages, as coaches and players from the varsity football team join you on the turf. Develop your technique, understanding, and love of the sport that has become America’s Game!

Coach: Jared Passmore

Fun in First Grade

Age Group: Rising 1st Grade

Camp Week: June 14-18

Morning and Afternoon Sessions Available

Start your day with a Morning Meeting and then head off into the forest for a hike with some exploring and learning! This offering gives rising first graders a little taste of everything in first grade with fun activities and making new connections.

Camp Counselor: Jenny Kirkland, M.Ed.

Game Design

Age Groups: Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2

Morning Session

What makes games frustrating? What makes them fun? Learn about using game theory and creative design to create your own games that we can play together! By the end of the week, all students will have a final product that can be played on a computer or on a board. A laptop is recommended but not required. 

Camp Counselor: Sebastian Cave

Games and Stories and Math, Oh My!

Age Group: Rising Kindergarten-2nd Grade 

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2

Morning Session

Do you like to challenge your mind? Solve puzzles with your friends? From tiny dots to 3D buildings to counting to riddles we will plunge into an ocean of games on a mathematics exploration adventure.

"There should be no such thing as boring mathematics." Edsger Dijkstra

Camp Counselor: Ashley Buford, M.Ed. & Jen Miller (week 3)

Games Galore!

Age Groups: Rising K-4th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2

Available Morning and Afternoon

Join camp counselors for crafts, cooking, storytelling, building, and more. Campers will explore our trails on nature hunts, join in group games, and come home each day with tales and treasures to share.

Girls' Lacrosse

Age Group: Rising K-4th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-17, June 21-24 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Morning Session

Join Ms. Holden for a fantastic week of lacrosse! The camp will develop your skills through drills and small-sided games to enhance your competitive play. The goal? To nurture athleticism, sportsmanship, and a love of lacrosse for beginners and advanced players alike. With ten years of coaching experience, Ms. Holden is thrilled to share her passion for the sport with you!

Coach: Trent Holden

Hiking Adventure Camp! (All Day)

Age Groups: Rising 5-8 Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2

ALL DAY CAMP - This fills both a morning and afternoon session slot.

Are you ready for incredible outdoor adventures? The beautiful mountains that we see from campus are full of awesome trails, amazing views, and flowing waterfalls. This camp will take daily trips to trails in the surrounding area to explore some breathtaking scenery. 

Camp Counselor: Roman Madeline, M.B.A.

Intro to Violin

Age Groups: Rising 5th-6th Grade

Camp Week: June 14-18

Morning Session

Is your child curious about stringed instruments? Learn the basics of making beautiful sound on the violin through rhythm work, violin technique and movement activities.

Experience Required: None

Camp Counselor: Anna Hennessy, M.M.

Language & Creativity— French

Week 1 (June 14th-18th) Afternoon session

Age Group: Grades 9-12 

Through the use of poetry, art, film, music, pop culture, and more, students will explore the myriad connections between language and creativity. Each student will have the chance to embark on a personal project, diving into a topic of particular interest through the lens of the French language. The workshop will be taught in both English and French, with references to any other languages students may be familiar with or curious about. All levels are welcome, but some prior knowledge of French would be good.

Taught by Lainey Wood '14

A bit about Lainey: I’m a St. Anne's-Belfield alum ('14) and was Anne Wendling’s maternity sub last spring for Upper School French. I’m currently in Luxembourg getting my master's in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts. I also studied Spanish and Film/TV Production at the University of Southern California. I’m an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and linguist, and my masters research will be focused on the relationship between languages and creativity, specifically creative storytelling practices in the foreign-language classroom.

Language & Creativity— Spanish

Week 1 (June 14-18) Morning session

Age Group: Grades 9-12

Through the use of poetry, art, film, music, pop culture, and more, students will explore the myriad connections between language and creativity. Each student will have the chance to embark on a personal project, diving into a topic of particular interest through the lens of the Spanish language. The workshop will be taught in both English and Spanish, with references to any other languages students may be familiar with or curious about. All levels are welcome, but some prior knowledge of Spanish would be good. 

Taught by Lainey Wood '14

A bit about Lainey: I'm a St. Anne's-Belfield alum ('14) and was Anne Wendling’s maternity sub last spring for Upper School French. I’m currently in Luxembourg getting my master's in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts. I also studied Spanish and Film/TV Production at the University of Southern California. I’m an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and linguist, and my masters research will be focused on the relationship between languages and creativity, specifically creative storytelling practices in the foreign-language classroom.

Messy Science

Age Group: Rising Kindergarten-4th Grade

Camp Week: June 14-18, June 21-25

Afternoon Session

Join Ms. Holden for messy science experiments. Get ready for gooey, slimy, gloriously messy fun!

Camp Counselor: Trent Holden, M.Ed

Multilingualism & Creativity— open to all languages

Week 2 (June 21-25) Morning session

Age Group: Grades 9-12

By combining the class’s collective knowledge of various languages, we will explore the relationship between language and creativity, with particular attention paid to the spaces that open up between languages. We will discuss the art of translation, consider the role of multilingualism in today’s society, and look at examples of multilingual poetry, music, film, and more. Students will have the opportunity to work on a personal project, either alone or in pairs, exploring their own relationship to language(s) and creativity. All levels and languages are welcome.

Taught by Lainey Wood '14

A bit about Lainey: I’m a STAB alum ('14) and was Anne Wendling’s maternity sub last spring for Upper School French. I’m currently in Luxembourg getting my master's in Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts. I also studied Spanish and Film/TV Production at the University of Southern California. I’m an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and linguist, and my master's research will be focused on the relationship between languages and creativity, specifically creative storytelling practices in the foreign-language classroom.

 

Nonfiction and Essay Workshop

Age Group: Rising 9th-12th Grade

Camp Week: June 21-June 25

Morning Session

The personal essay has perhaps the most uses for a young writer: college application essays, personal statements, and the presentation of oneself through writing. Ms. Bussey is excited to invite rising high school students to participate in a workshop-style course that will teach students how to write nonfiction, how to receive constructive feedback, and how to revise and polish written work. In this workshop, we will read and write personal essays as we harness and nourish the inner voice of young writers. In doing so, we will encourage each other to be our authentic selves and challenge each other to tell our stories. By the end of the week, each writer will have two polished personal essays that have been workshopped by their peers. 

Camp Counselor: Kate Bussey

Poetry Workshop

Age Group: Rising 9th-12th Grade

Camp Week: June 28-July 2

Morning Session

Ms. Bussey is looking forward to inviting young writers to the third installment of the summer writing workshop series. In this workshop, students will learn to read and write poetry with special attention to the relationship between content and form. Writers will leave the workshop having completed a small collection (about 3-5 poems) and an understanding of various poetic devices and forms. We will create a collaborative and constructive environment in which students can offer and receive thoughtful feedback.

Camp Counselor: Kate Bussey

Pop! Goes the Orchestra

Age Groups: Rising 7th-8th Grade

Camp Week: June 21-25

Afternoon Session

Have you wondered how classically trained players like Lindsey Stirling, Black Violin and Vitamin String Quartet play pop music? During this week of theory, riff-building and improvisation, arm yourself with the skills to cross over to nontraditional music making. Additionally, you will improve your sight reading skills by learning arrangements of pop tunes.

Experience required: 2+ years

Camp Counselor: Anna Hennessy, M.M.

Rivanna River Company Watersports Camp! (Morning session, with one FULL day on Thursday)

Age Group Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-26, June 28-July 2

This weeklong camp is in the MORNING on four days, with one FULL day on Thursday.

Price: $400

Kayak! Paddleboard! River adventures, and tubing. Join Rivanna River Company (RRC) experts to learn the basics of these exciting watersports and visit lakes and rivers around Charlottesville to practice your new skills.

RRC campers will meet at St. Anne's-Belfield each morning and head out for a paddling adventure, chaperoned by a St. Anne's-Belfield teacher. This camp is a morning offering except for Thursday, which is an all day river adventure. Campers can enroll in afternoon sessions if they register for the RRC camp, but they will miss the Thursday afternoon session for their big adventure!

Short Film Production Camp

Age Group: Rising 9th-12th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25

Morning Session

Have you ever wanted to make a short film for fun or for building a portfolio? Learn the filmmaking process by developing techniques and an aesthetic within several areas of film production such as screenwriting, acting for the camera, directing, and editing. At the conclusion of the camp, students will screen their new original short films.

Camp Counselor: Ian Watson

Stop Motion Lab!

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 28-July 2

Morning Session

Learn how to create visual magic! Each session begins with a viewing of stop motions for inspiration and exploration of specific tactile materials. Then let your creativity roam free as you create original stop motion films. All tech and materials provided.

Camp Counselor: Kailie Larkin, M.S.Ed. Theater

Stress Reduction through the Arts

Age Group: Rising 5-8 Grade 

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2

Afternoon Session

Unleash creative aspects of your personality! Experiment with cooking, mindful lettering, watercolor, music, fingerpaint, collage, aluminum foil sculpture, journaling, mindfulness, and yoga. By the end of the course, students will have explored multiple media in the arts, learned how to use the arts as a vehicle for inspiring peace and calm, explored definitions of "good" and "bad" stress, learned unique aspects of the teenage brain, and developed helpful strategies to manage stress for future life/school events.  Come prepared to find supportive friends, and ready to create!

Camp Counselor: Victoria Redfern Cave, M.Ed.

Sudden Cinema

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 28-July 2

Afternoon Session

Want to learn how to make a film? How about a silent film with a fantastic soundtrack? Due to mask requirements, we are not able to speak easily on film so we will dive into the genre of silent films to see what madness we can create! Participants will tackle all aspects of filmmaking including storyboarding, cinematography, acting, designing, and visual and sound editing to craft an original film in just five days. 

Camp Counselor: Kailie Larkin, M.S.Ed. Theater

Summer Camp At Saint’s Meadow With Guest Programming from Wildrock!

Age Groups: 

  • Raccoons: 3- and 4-year-olds
  • Foxes: Rising JK/K
  • Bears: Rising 1st-2nd Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2

Morning Session 8:30-11:30*

This year St. Anne’s-Belfield made a commitment to the importance of outdoor education for our youngest learners and developed an immersive outdoor program built around a beautiful meadow at the Learning Village. This summer’s meadow camp features learning through play in the natural world. STEM work, exposure to rich children's literature, and hands-on experimentation and exploration will be a daily focus. 

One of the ways that St. Anne’s Belfield supports this vital importance of free play in nature for healthy child development is with our relationship with Wildrock (www.wildrock.org).  Wildrock is a local non-profit Nature Play and Discovery Center in rural Crozet committed to promoting children’s well-being through nature connection.  Each week of camp, STAB will make a donation to Wildrock to support their Nature Play Lab program in Charlottesville City Schools and in urban neighborhoods. Wildrock will come to the camp every Friday with an educational animal and innovative nature play activities.

*Three- and four-year-old students may join an after camp experience from 11:30-5:00. Students will bring their lunch to enjoy with fellow campers and enjoy art and literacy activities, cooking and more indoors relaxing from the summer heat. Rest time will be provided.  

Tennis

Age Group: Rising 3rd-7th Grade

Camp Week: June 21-24 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Afternoon Session

Shuffle, serve, volley, and level up your match playing skills! Join us for an exciting week of tennis filled with games, drills, and match play. Come join Coach Hadland and Coach Dowling on the court for some fun-filled tennis this summer.

Coaches: Erika Hadland and Kelsey Dowling, M.S.

Three Ingredient Cooking

Age Group: Rising 2nd-4th Grade

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2

Morning Session

What delicious treats can you make with only three ingredients? Our campers will create fantastic recipe creations to enjoy each day, and write a cookbook to share with families at the end of the week. Bon Appetit!

Camp Counselor: Lori Nicholson

Travel the World! Spanish-Speaking World Tour

Age Group: Rising 1st-4th Grade

Camp Week: June 14-18 

Morning Session

Tired of staying in one place? Pack your bags and explore with Señora Roth on a Spanish-speaking world tour!  Each day we will visit a new country and learn about traditions, customs, and what makes that place special. No prior experience with the Spanish language is necessary.

Camp Counselor: Erica Roth, M.A.

Tricksters, Heroes, and Creation Tales

Age Group: Rising 1st-4th Grade 

Camp Weeks:

  • June 21-25; Morning Session
  • June 28-July 2; Afternoon Session

Grab your passport and your suitcase! Come join us for a trip around the world. Read folktales and fables from far away places, learning about new cultures and ways of storytelling. Create crafts and short stories to accompany the books that we read.

Camp Counselor: Jendia Miller, M.Ed.

Volleyball

Age Group: Rising 3rd-7th Grade

Camp Week: June 14-17 (Monday-Thursday) Friday: All Sports Friday, Join us on Friday for games, and activities with all of the sports groups!

Afternoon Session

If you love being on a team, playing lots of games, and celebrating points, then volleyball is the sport for you! Come join Coach Devine’s volleyball camp for beginners as well as those who just want extra reps.  We will learn and practice basic skills and rules through fun practice games. This is a great camp for kids who are interested in trying out the sport and for those who are thinking of playing in middle school and high school. See you all in June!

Wilderness First Aid Certification Course (Ages 13+)

Would you know how to care for someone if they were injured in the wilderness, or disaster area, or in a remote rural area far from a hospital? 

Learn hands-on how to help save lives and administer first aid in an emergency situation. MEDIC SOLO's Disaster+Travel+Wilderness First Aid Course teaches through experiential first aid scenarios, where you will become the rescuers to actively learn and hone essential life-saving skills. 

Age Group: 13+

Course Fee: $400, No refunds after May 14, 2021

  • Mon - Wed.  June 14-16: 9 - 5 each day

  • Wed - Fri. June 23-25:  9 - 5 each day

  • Mon - Thurs. June 28 - July 1: Noon - 5:30 each day

*This session repeats every week, please sign up for only one week.* 

WTJU Radio Camp (All Day)

Age Group: Rising 5th-8th Grade 

Camp Weeks: June 14-18, June 21-25 

This is an ALL DAY offering and will take both morning and afternoon sessions

Want to get behind the mic and make some great radio? Sign up for Radio Camp at WTJU! Students will learn the basics of audio production, conduct radio interviews, produce a short audio piece, and host a radio show on 100.1 FM.

This camp will be an all-day offering and will take place at the WTJU studios on Old Ivy Road. At the end of camp, your camper will host a live radio show!

Since 1957, WTJU has been UVA's community radio station, airing a wildly eclectic mix of music genres. WTJU connects people to our community through broadcasts, podcasts, live concerts, and educational programs.

If you register for this camp, please print and fill out the following forms, and upload the completed files to our Camp registration page. 

Media Release Form

Medical Form

Participant Agreement Form

McKenzie Harper

Questions? Contact McKenzie Harper

Director of Admissions Grades 1-8

Director of Summer Programs
 

summer@stab.org