7th Grade Camps:

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Ceramics and Sculpture Combo

Get your hands dirty this summer and develop creative skills while you design and build unique 3D studio art pieces.  Camper projects include papier mache' sculpture, plaster masks, and ceramic works including a more-than-decor bowl and mug that can be used for food and drink!   A week to explore a variety of art materials and methods and create personal art pieces you'll enjoy for years to come.  
XCHLC 224, $319

Section 1: 7/15 - 7/19, 9am-2 pm, Grades 5-7

Section 2: 7/22- 7/26, 9am-2 pm, Grades 6-8


New! Urban Architecture

Let’s build a CITY! We’ll learn, plan and build together. Junior architects, engineers and designers will learn skills to create schematic of ideas, develop floor plans and learn important STEM concepts to make it happen. Test out engineering and architecture principals as we build models of skyscrapers, buildings, parks, playgrounds, waterways and bridges, using LEGO technic motorized components and basic bricks. Have a blast building custom vehicles to move people of the city around town - brick by brick!  Proudly exclaim, “We built this BRICK City!”

XCHLC 310, $319

7/29-8/2, 9am-2pm, Grades 5-7


New! Fabulous Female Artists

Explore the styles, techniques, concepts, and legacies of female artists who deserve to be household names. A variety of projects in 2 and 3D, across media both common and unusual, in styles both contemporary and classic, work together to provide a new level of insight and appreciation. Grow to know, love, and respect artists and great works by often overlooked women artists. If you are looking to round out a curiosity for art history, or for an unusually cross-curricular way to appreciate art, this camp is one designed to do all that with curriculum that meets National Standards for Art Education. Proudly present your work at a brief art show.

XCHLC 311, $319

7/22-7/26, 9am-2pm, Grades 6 & Up


Drawing Attention!

Drawing is an amazing and versatile life skill. Advance drawing skills by learning perspective, proportion and composition. We’ll focus on a finished drawing in charcoal from life. Students will gain knowledge of building the structure of objects, composition, and shading techniques. Individualized instruction and open to all levels.

XCHLC 322, $319

8/12 – 8/16, 9am – 2pm, Grades 6-8


TEENZART: Fine Art Studio

We’ll capture the passion and imagination of older students through quality art instruction that mixes technique and skill building with opportunities for creative freedom and self-expression. Big plans include painting, sculpture, watercolor, pastels, printmaking and mixed media with projects that pack a lot of WOW! TeenzArtists will be encouraged to work together to learn, design, think, and create in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Proudly present your work at a brief art show on Friday

XCHLC 275, $319

8/5 - 8/9, 9am-2pm, Grades 6 & Up


The Money Camp

Future tycoons and financial wizards welcome! Learn from professional financial managers about how money is earned, managed, invested and saved. Personal budgets, the stock market, business plans and the ins and outs of borrowing money are all part of this rich week of summer. As a culminating activity, a behind-the-scenes visit to a local business operation will bring this lucrative week to an end.

XCHLC 186, $319

7/15 - 7/19, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 6-9 


Chess For Success

Don’t be a pawn! Learn how to outsmart both friend and foe. Chess develops skills in critical thinking, problem solving, analysis, and visualization – all while fostering confidence and sportsmanship. Learn tactics and strategic skills you can build upon all year. The High Technology High School Chess Club advisor and members of the High Technology Chess High School Team welcome novice and experienced players.

XCHLC 187, $319

7/8-7/12, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 6 & up


Code Breakers 

Calling all future coders, programmers, & designers! Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS through a series of web projects and design challenges and be on your way to becoming the next tech star! ​Whether you want to be a silicon valley CEO or the high school student who made $1 million dollars while programming at home, this course has the essentials you need to begin your journey. Projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Returning students can create advanced projects that build on previous years. ​​

XCHLC 223, $329

Section 1: 7/22 – 7/26, 9am – 2pm, Grades 5-7

Section 2: 8/12 – 8/16, 9am – 2pm, Grades 3-5


Creative Design and Robotics

The world of the future belongs to…robots! In this cutting-edge class, students will learn the fundamentals of motorized mechanisms, design principles, sensors, and sound activation. Separate fact from fantasy by designing and building prototypes of task-oriented robots. Learn problem-solving to improve how robots function in a series of design challenges! Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. 

XCHLC 109, $319

Section 1: 6/24-6/28, 9am-2pm, Grades 5-7

Section 2: 7/29-8/2, 9am-2pm, Grades 3-5


NEW! ​​ ROBLOX​​®​​ Makers 

Unlock the power of ROBLOX​® Studio, the world creation tool used by real-world ROBLOX​® developers! Learn how to build 3D models and create an adventure in your ROBLOX​® world. Bring characters to life with unique animations you design. Student-created projects will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program

XCHLC 321

Section 1: 7/1 – 7/3, 9am – 2pm, Grades 5-7, $199, (3-day camp)

Section 2:  7/22 – 7/26, 9am – 2pm, Grades 3-5, $329


ROBLOX® Coders & Entrepreneurs!

Discover how to code in the Lua language while playing and designing worlds in ROBLOX®, an online universe where you can create anything you dream of. This new class combines game design concepts, coding, and fun! Young entrepreneurs will also learn how to navigate ROBLOX’s fast-growing marketplace to publish their games. Student-created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program.​

XCHLC 294, $329

Section 1: 7/8 – 7/12, 9am – 2pm, Grades 5-7

Section 2: 8/19 – 8/23, 9am – 2pm, Grades 3-5


NEW! Battle Royale: Make Your First ​​Fortnite ®​​ Style Video Game

Calling Fortnite fans! Instead of playing the game, design your own. Using a professional 3D game development software, build levels and assets inspired by popular battle royale games like Fortnite. This course includes cartoonish action and battle sequences. Student-created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program.​ ​​

XCHLC 313, $329

Section 1: 6/24 – 6/28, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9

Section 2: 7/15 – 7/19, 9am – 2pm, Grades 3-5

Section 3: 7/29 – 8/2, 9am – 2pm, Grades 5-7


NEW! ​​ ​​Adventures in Augmented Reality! 

Holograms come to life in the first ever augmented reality for kids! Students will work in cutting-edge software to create holographic scenes that are viewable with a smartphone and a magic futuristic cube. Student-created projects will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program.

XCHLC 314, $329

Section 1: 7/8 – 7/12, 9am – 2pm, Grades 3-5

Section 2: 8/19 – 8/23, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9


Virtual Reality: The Future is Now

Embark on an EPIC adventure in virtual reality! In this cutting-edge class, you’ll ​learn the foundations of VR design by ​creating your own ​virtual worlds, exploring simulated environments, and crafting memorable 3D experiences. At the end of the week, take home your cardboard VR headset to show friends and family the new worlds you created. VR projects can be viewed on a website or a mobile device. Students do not need a mobile device to take the class, but to use the VR headset a camper will need access to an Android or Apple mobile device. Students will work in pairs or teams and VR projects will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. ​ 

XCHLC 278

Section 1: 7/1 – 7/3, 9am-2pm, Grades 3-5, $199, (3-day camp)

Section 2: 7/29 – 8/2, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9, $329


App.IO: Make Your First Multiplayer App!

The hottest new Apps are IO apps! If your child likes to play Agar.io or Slither.io they will love this class! Become the creator of the next viral web app! Explore the most popular .IO apps, design your own multiplayer experience and learn how to code your own app. ​Student-created apps will be accessible on a private site and can be played on any mobile device or computer. Publishing to App Stores not included. Students do not need to own a smartphone to take the class.​Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Returning students can create advanced projects that build on previous years.

XCHLC 295, $319

Section 1: 8/5 – 8/9, 9am – 2pm, Grades 5-7

Section 2: 8/12 – 8/16, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9


NEW! eSports Apprentice - YouTube​​©​​ Streamers and Gamers 

Whether you want to be the next pro gamer, streamer, or gamecaster this course will teach you the basics to get started! No longer just a hobby, eSports is the fastest growing career for the next generation. Over 400 million people watched YouTube videos and Twitch streams of video game competitions this year alone! Students will develop competitive game-play skills and learn how to produce commentary for live tournaments, use professional streaming software, and most importantly, practice online safety. Students will gain full access to the eSports App and a video of their class tournament with commentary. Videos will not be broadcast publicly but will be shared with all students in the class. 

XCHLC 315

Section 1: 7/1 – 7/3, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9, $199 (3-day camp)

Section 2: 8/19 – 8/23, 9am – 2pm, Grades 5-7, $329


Python Programmers: Make Your Own Multiplayer Game!

Want to learn the world's fastest growing programming language favored by Google, NASA, Youtube, and the CIA? ​Learn how to code with Python to create engaging apps and games. Each lesson takes you step-by-step on a programming path that will let you challenge friends with fun content you create from start to finish!​ Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous years​​. ​​ ​

XCHLC 296, $329

Section 1: 7/8 – 7/12, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9

Section 2: 8/12 – 8/16, 9am – 2pm, Grades 5-7


Advanced Robotics

Learn to program a robot to overcome daily class challenges using visual and text-based programming. See firsthand how your program translates into action as you attempt to control your robot sensors and maneuver around obstacles. With your teammate, you will apply different coding concepts while using the scientific method to formulate, observe, experiment, test, and modify your robot. Students will work in teams for most of the program. No prior experience is required.

XCHLC 297, $319

8/5 – 8/9, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9


Make Your First 3D Video Game!

In this Black Rocket classic, you will go well beyond the limitations of the traditional 2D game design classes and create an immersive 3D world. Students will learn the physics behind 3D games, explore beginner event scripting, level design, controlling the flow of gameplay, and storytelling. Student created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program.​

XCHLC 145, $319

7/22 – 7/26, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9​​ 


3D Game Labs with Unity

Are you ready to take your game design skills to another level? With Unity, an industry-grade design software, aspiring game designers will learn level editing, 3D modeling, impactful gameplay creation, as well as how to utilize scripts and variables. Student-created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program.​​Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous years​. ​​

XCHLC 298, $319

7/15-7/19, 9am-2pm, Grades 7-9


New! Drones to The Rescue

Drone search and rescue is a necessity for first responders around the world, adding a new layer of solutions to save lives across the globe. Now campers to can take part in and learn from simulated missions during this action-packed, creative, and educational program. Participants will learn to fly drones and rely on their rescue team to collect vital data in specific “rescue areas” to locate “victims” and safely rescue them. We use age-appropriate and cutting-edge technology methods available for creating plans, missions, and maps. Participants will also learn invaluable lessons on how to simply, quickly and accurately make informed and targeted suggestions for real-world positive applications.

XCHLC 304, $319

7/29-8/2, 9am-2pm, Grades 5-8


Drone Racing & Obstacle Course Challenge

Enjoy one of the world’s fastest growing sports, Drone Racing. Campers will first learn about the basic safety of drone flying and the history behind drone racing as a sport. Campers will then progress through skill challenges and learn how to perform exercises and maneuvers to become familiar with the drone’s speed and agility. Flight squads post up against one another in friendly competition when they race themselves and the clock. Students first maneuver the drone through creative obstacle courses before taking on the challenge of flying for speed. Participants contribute fully in this program as they create the design and help build the obstacle course to prepare for the last day’s activities and competition. Campers go home with interactive workbooks so the memories last long beyond the summer. Drone safety and social responsibilities of flying are included in this program.

XCHLC 303, $319

7/22 - 7/26, 9am-2pm, Grades 5-8


War & Battle Tactics

Join us as we examine famous battles and wars in history. Explore the weapons and technology used as well as the tactics employed by commanders to win each battles from Ancient Rome to WWII and Vietnam. By registering you are giving permission to view PG-13 rated film clips that may include battlefield violence. We may also attempt our own nerf battles using the tactics we are exploring.

XCHLC 266, $199 (3-day camp)

7/1 – 7/3, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 6-9


Paranormal Investigators Wanted!

Are you a fan of ghost hunting shows on TV? Fascinated by this intriguing subject? This is your chance for hands-on experience using such equipment as EMF and K-2 Meters, the SB-7 Radio, static detectors and laser grids. Explore the methods and technology used by ghost hunters in the field. Discuss the Salem Witch Trials, Amityville and Roswell. Examine audiovisual evidence as well as the history and background behind famous legends and lore. Camp concludes with field trip to the historic (and haunted) Strauss Mansion Museum in Atlantic Highlands. Note: this camp deals with theories and assessments of unexplained phenomena that may not be suitable for some children.

XCHLC 244, $329

8/5 – 8/9, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 7-9


Politics and Debate Camp

Calling all young debaters and politicians! Join us as we examine social and political theories, laws, and governments around the world and their impact on societies. Current “hot topics” and world events will guide us through the week of discussion and debate. Examine pivotal moments in history. No two camps are alike! Be prepared for an intense week of debating and critical thinking. Debate teams are welcome to bring their own material to sharpen their skills with the help of the instructor.

XCHLC 265, $319

Sec 1: 7/8-7/12, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 7-10 (Domestic Issues)

Sec 2: 7/22–7/26, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-10 (Global Issues)


True Crimes: Famous Murders

Did Lizzie Borden take an ax and give her parents 40 whacks? How did a murder spree in Long Island turn into one of the world’s most famous horror stories? Why did Leopold and Loeb think they could commit the perfect murder? Who was H.H. Holmes? We will answer these questions and more in our week-long investigation into the world’s most notorious murder cases. Use your investigatory skills to analyze crime scene photos, evidence, witness interviews, and the psychology of the perpetrators. Political assassinations may also be discussed. The camp will end with a mock trial of one of the cases discussed during the week. Note: this camp will contain elements and images which some may find disturbing.

XCHLC 320, $319

7/15 – 7/19, 9am 2pm, Grades 7-9


Day in Court

Play the roles of judge, defendant, plaintiff, witness, lawyer, bailiff or juror in several mock trials. Learn how to make opening and closing statements, how to phrase objections and how to question witnesses. Pull all your skills together at the end of the week as you participate in a final mock trial based on actual events. Family and friends invited to watch!

XCHLC 007, $319

Section 1: 7/29-8/2, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 7-9

Section 2: 8/5-8/19, 9am-2pm, Grades 5-7


Journey To Veterinary Careers

Love animals? Discover the many career opportunities our furry friends provide. Planned guest presenters include veterinarians, veterinary technicians and assistants, veterinary practice managers, veterinary educators, canine police officers, a zookeeper, animal control officer, lab animal researcher, and staff from The Seeing Eye!  Learn what these animal professionals do and the educational requirements needed for each exciting career!  Program includes two days of field trips: Purr n’ Pooch Pet Resorts in Tinton Falls, a tour of the Monmouth County SPCA, and a full day at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Tinton Falls for an up-close look at veterinary medicine in action. Camp concludes with a hands-on pet first aid workshop on a canine mannequin!

XCHLC 126, $329 (bus included)

8/5 - 8/9, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 6-9


Ocean Adventures

From collecting sea creatures in Sandy Hook Bay, hunting for fossils from the ocean’s past, to exploring our changing coastal environments, lighthouses, historic Fort Hancock and more, join us for 5 days of discovery at our Jersey seashore. Our daily Ocean Adventure field trips and activities are so much fun it will be hard to believe that you’re learning. Science, history, weather and the ocean will never look the same after you’ve gained a mariner’s point of view.

XCHLC 025, $329 (bus included)

7/15 – 7/19, 9am-2 pm, Grades 4-7


Wilderness Survival Camp                            

Learn to become comfortable in the outdoors by developing basic short term wilderness survival skills. We’ll master practical skills like map, trail and compass reading, making your own water filter and shelter, and assessing weather conditions. Begin the week with on-campus exploration, the remaining four days will be spent on Sandy Hook and will include animal tracking, wildlife observation and survival tool use and techniques. Fun with a purpose!                                      

XCHLC 300, $329 (bus included)                                                   

7/29 – 8/2, 9am – 2pm, Grades 6-8


History In Your Own Backyard

Did you know Monmouth County is loaded with military historic sites? From the American Revolution to the Cold War, our area is filled with forts, gun batteries, barracks, and even a major battlefield. We will explore nearly 200 years of history with trips throughout Manalapan, Freehold, Highlands, Middletown, Holmdel, and more. Uncover a land of battles, espionage, missiles, and defense right in your own backyard. Day one includes classroom instruction regarding location histories. Then, move on to visit various military locations for hiking, cartography, and wrap-up with a tactical fort building activity on the beaches of Sandy Hook. Comfortable, durable shoes should be worn on all days.

XCHLC 319, $329 (bus included)

8/12 – 8/16, 9am – 2pm, Grades 6-8


Co2 Car Engineering Design

Design, build, and test your own CO2 dragster race car! Learn how compressed air can propel your race car to reach 60mph. 3D modeling software and parts provided will be utilized to build your race car. A digital jump/flash drive is suggested. Students are required to bring/wear long pants & shoes while in the technology lab. Each student will keep their dragster after the last day of class. Come prepared to race!

XCHLC 253, $319

8/5-8/9, 9am-2pm, Grades 6-8

High Technology High School - Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus.  Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria


Digital Art With Photoshop

Have you ever wanted to create your own computer artwork or manipulate digital pictures?  Interested in adding images to a photo or change someone’s appearance?  Here is your chance to learn Photoshop skills in a fun summer environment.  Campers will learn how to use Photoshop tools to create, improve and manipulate images.   We will also explore how magazines manipulate images to market products to consumers.   

XCHLC 219, $319

7/22– 7/26, 9am-2 pm, Grades 6-8

High Technology High School - Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus.  Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria


Digital Circuit Technologies

This is where electrical engineering, the field of designing and developing new equipment begins. Discover the inner workings of circuits by building electronic devices using resistors, LEDs, Integrated circuits and more. Learn the basics of soldering techniques then move on to more difficult projects. Explore the inner workings of integrated circuit chips by building circuits on computers using logic gates. Completed projects can be brought home after last day of camp.

XCHLC 220, $319

7/29 – 8/2, 9am-2pm, Grades 6-8

High Technology High School - Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus.  Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria


Historical Technology

Learn how historical technologies changed the world and actually build these working technologies.  Design and build while learning engineering design drawing techniques. Design and build a hot air balloon – then fly it! Build and take home a working catapult, sundial, hypsometer and hovercraft – racing your hovercrafts the last day of class. Students are required to bring/wear long pants & shoes while in the technology lab.

XCHLC 254, $319

7/15 -7/19, 9am-2 pm, Grades 6-8

High Technology High School – Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus. Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria


Magnetic Levitation And Solar Technology 

Mag-lev vehicles can provide the high-speed transportation of people and goods to move rapidly and efficiently along the magnetic guide-ways. The aerodynamic efficiency of the vehicle shape is critical to its success. An aerodynamically efficient body shape reduces friction between the air and the vehicle. Jon us to design, build, test and race a vehicle across a track. Campers learn electronic concepts covering direct current obtained through solar cell power and build solar activated devices. Students are instructed in safety methods using tools. Campers will successfully design electronic circuits and build a solar powered device to take home.

XCHLC 269, $319

7/22-7/26, 9am-2pm, Grades 6-8

High Technology High School – Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus. Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria.


Website Building Technology                                                                                 

Campers will begin the week by building websites using rapid pro type tools.  After mastering these skills, campers move on to building websites using HTML Hypertext Markup Language.  Campers have the option to incorporate technologies such as hyperlinks, cascading style sheets, JavaScript, tables and more in building their websites.  Students are encouraged to continue building websites on their own after the camp concludes.

XCHLC 255, $319                                                                                                               

7/15 - 7/19, 9 am-2 pm, Grades 6-8                                                                        

HighTechnology High School - Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus.  Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria


Programming for Middle School Students

Designed for middle school students with limited or no computer programming experience. Campers will be utilizing the Python programming language, which is recognized as an official language at Google, to explore programming topics. Subjects such as variables, loops, and data types will be used to design algorithms and perform creative problem-solving. All concepts are taught at a level and pace in a fun environment that allows campers to fully appreciate the beauty of programming.

XCHLC 306, $319

Section 1: 7/8-7/12, 9am-2pm, Grades 6-9

Section 2: 8/5-8/9, 9am-2pm, Grades 6-9

High Technology High School – Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus. Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria.


Programming Robots with Arduino Microprocessors (Beginners)       

Campers learn the principles of integrated circuits and programming while utilizing the skills of schematic design. Students design and build several circuits to produce light, sound and motor movement within both series and parallel circuits while controlled through programming. Camp ends with a competition using Arduino programmable Robots within a design challenge competing with their campmates.

XCHLC 305, $319

Section 1: 7/29-8/2, 9am-2pm, Grades 6-8

Section 2: 8/12-8/16, 9am-2pm, Grades 9-11

High Technology High School – Lincroft, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Brookdale campus. Brown bag lunch optional. Campers may purchase lunch in college cafeteria


Biotech Boot Camp – 23 and YOU

How do those popular DNA kits work?  Touch the exciting field of biotechnology. Use state-of-the-art equipment to perform scientific techniques including: DNA gel electrophoresis, DNA fingerprinting, genetic engineering of bacteria to glow in the dark, and identification of genetically modified organisms. Explore current issues, including stem cell and cloning.

XCHLC 127, $319

Section 1: 7/8 - 7/12 – co-ed, 8 am-1 pm, Grades 7-8

Section 2: 7/15 - 7/19 – co-ed, 8 am-1 pm, Grades 7-8

Section 3: 7/22 - 7/26 – girls only, 8 am-1 pm, Grades 7-8

Biotechnology High School – Freehold, 5000 Kozloski Rd. Brown bag lunch required. For laboratory safety: no glass containers, no open sandals.


Forensics

Find out how science is applied to our justice systems. Forensic science relies upon biology, chemistry, geology and physics to support criminal justice and civil law. We’ll explore a variety of lab skills including handwriting analysis, micropipetting, microscope use, comparison of impressions and analytics of blood splatter.  Use these investigative skills to solve a mystery case at the end of the week.   

XCHLC 318, $319

Section 1: 7/8 – 7/12, 8 – 1pm, Grades 7-8

Section 2: 7/15 – 7/19, 8- 1 pm, Grades 7-8

Section 3: 7/22 – 7/26, 8 – 1 pm, Grades 7-8

Biotechnology High School – Freehold, 5000 Kozloski Rd. Brown bag lunch required. For laboratory safety: no glass containers, no open sandals.


Intro to Film & TV: Acting and Behind the Scenes 

Wickline Casting began this course 20 years ago - teaching children to work as cast and crew teams. Kids learn basic levels of acting, directing, voice-over, operating the camera and working on green screen. Script writing, storyboarding and improvisation is also introduced.  Each day is different as we create projects as commercials, film scenes, music videos and public service announcements. Increased memory, reading skills and confidence result. Truly learn the basics of the biz. After camp, all footage is sent to a professional editor and a keepsake flash drive is provided to each camper. This camp is designed by, casting director Kathy Wickline, CSA (www.wicklinecasting.com) who holds over 10,000 casting credits in film, commercials and TV.

XCHLC 272, $325

8/12-8/16, 9am – 2pm, Grades 6-8


Young Writers Adventures

Stuck for inspiration? Creative artists, professional writers, and dynamic Brookdale Community College Professors will help you launch, expand and polish your writing skills and create your own portfolio.  Try your hand at description, dialogue, fantasy and fact.  The write stuff includes guest writers and artists, interesting readings, and more.  Join us!

XCHLC 018, $559                                                                          

Section 1: 7/8 – 7/19, 9am - 2pm, Grades 5-6 (2 weeks)

Section 2: 7/8 – 7/19, 9am – 2pm, Grades 7-9 (2 weeks)


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