4th Grade Camp


Half Day

An exciting 4-day camp at the San Luis Obispo Campus designed for students entering the 4th grade in Fall of 2014. Campers are supervised as they rotate through 4 subjects each day. Students need to be checked in and out each day and will be supervised at all times.

FEE: $132 - Register Online

DATES: Jul 28-31

TIME: 8:00am - 12:20pm

Group Gathering and Greetings

All students and instructors gather each morning for ice breakers and team building activities. Rise and shine, wake up your mind, and get to know your fellow students.

LOCATION: Room 4710


Achieve Artistic Awesomeness

Students will learn to enjoy art. This class offers creative expression and the projects will help develop hand-to-eye coordination. Please dress appropriately, as this class is "hands-on.”

LOCATION: Room 4730

INSTRUCTOR: Dena Vertrees

Core Computer Concepts

Explore the basics of digital document preparation and Internet search techniques for academic projects. Learn spreadsheets to generate eye popping charts and graphs to summarize data. Then format content to create dazzling digital presentations and written reports.

LOCATION: Room 4740


Beyond Basic Biology

Learn about marine animals in and out of the ocean and the skins, bones, teeth and skulls of animals that live on land and fly through the sky. Explore Earth through rocks and minerals, look at the world of insects -- how is a spider different from a beetle and finally explore soil and the creatures that live in it.

LOCATION: Room 4760

INSTRUCTOR: Karen Poland

Fun, Food, and Fitness

Hands–on activities, experiments and discussion are used to educate students about healthy food choices, cultural lifestyles, and fitness. Please dress appropriately, as this class is “hands-on.”

LOCATION: Room 4750

INSTRUCTOR: Julie Andrews-Scott