The Works

Page Chapman and Quest Counselors
Rising K – Rising 6th Graders
August 12 – 16 • 7:45 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Camp includes free choice of activities from 7:45-9 a.m. and 3-6 p.m. each day at Kinder Quest or Cougar Quest, Collegiate’s after-school facilities.
Bring a nut-free lunch and filled water bottle from home each day. Snacks and drinks are provided. Campers should wear closed-toe athletic shoes and bring a swimsuit, goggles and towel.
Summer is still rocking and rolling and so are we! This camp keeps your children active all day, every day while having tons of fun. Running, splashing, rolling and riding will make for great memories and a good night’s sleep!
We will hit the pool for water fun at the Collegiate School Aquatics Center. While there, we’ll work on technique and endurance and then splash away playing a variety of games with fellow campers and friends. This camp offers the perfect balance between arts and crafts, physical play, technology, learning and more!
Our rising K–1st Graders will complete obstacle course training and participate in Zumba and obstacle courses, which encourage balance, hand-eye coordination and general movement skills. Campers will ride trikes, play sports and practice scooting and in-line skating around campus. We will be moving and grooving all week long!
The rising 2nd–6th Graders will enjoy individual sports like tennis, swimming, Frisbee, golf, archery and other sporting games. There will also be time for large group activities like capture the flag, floor hockey and ultimate ball tag. Campers will enjoy a balance of sports activities and team games designed to promote teamwork and good sportsmanship.
Page Chapman, Lower School physical education teacher, and a team of camp counselors are looking forward to a fun week of activities.
For more information, contact Neil Etheridge, Associate Director of After School, at