Connect Here...at Camp Cannon 2017. We will have even more exciting camps to choose from in The Arts & Academics, SciTech, Sports, and College Prep for ages 3 to 18. Camp Cannon's programs are open to all private, public, and homeshooled children. Camps run from June 5 to July 28, 2017 with the exception of the week of July 3.
Camps are individual enrichment or sport sessions, half day (Morning=9 am-12 pm or Afternoon=1-4 pm) or full day (9am-4pm). For those campers who need early care and/or late care, we have options for 7:30-9:00 ($40) or 8:00-9:00 ($30) and 4:00-5:00 ($30) or 4:00-5:30 ($40). Campers may select a morning camp and an afternoon camp and stay with us during the lunch break (12-1pm) at no additional charge.
The 2017 Camp Cannon Brochure can be viewed as a pdf (see sidebar) or you may request a brochure be mailed to your home by emailing email@example.com. The 2017 Camp Overview is updated as camps change. Please note Roman numerals (I, II, etc) denote camp week, not skill level. The camps are the same.
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Important Updates Campfire Stores: Has moved from Week 1 PM to Week 3 AM camp and ages have changed to 4-7. Cheer Perfection: Ages have changed to 5-10. Drama: The Lumpy Mattress: Ages have changed to 6-11. Dance Your Way to Broadway: Nora Levin will be teaching this session. Dance Thru The Pages: Lindsy Wagner will be teaching this session. Photography Workshop: Ages have changed to 10-15. Soccer Skills: Ages have changed to 6-14. Super Sports Sampler IV: Coach Judy Campbell will be teaching this session Tennis Skills I, II, III: Cannon's Varsity Tennis Coach Fainter will be teaching these sessions. Tumble & Roll: Ages have changed to 5-10. UpCycling Artist: Ages have changed to 7-12.
Full Camps: Full camps are listed below along with alternatives when applicable. Please note that you can be placed on the waiting list for full camps. To find out where your child is on the waiting list, you are welcome to call 704-721-7198.
Week 1 Adventure Camp I College Essay Boot Camp I (See Sessions II or Small Group Essay Sessions) Jr. Cooking I Science in The Forest (See Fizz, Bubble & Goo) Secret Agent (See CSI: Crime Scene) Tennis Skills I (See Session II or III)
Week 2 Adventure Camp II Animals Alive Earth Science Adventures (Mini Engineer or Push, Pull & Lift) Junior Sculptors (See Artful Adventures) Storytellers: Draw a Story (See Campfire Stories) Veterinary Science I
Week 3 Intoduction to Robots Jr. Cooking II Jr. Safari Adventures (See Campfire Stories, ages 4-7, now in this time slot) Silly Scientist (See Campfire Stories, now in this time slot) Veterinary Science II
Week 4 Harry Potter Mystery Tour Jr. Cougar Cheer (See Dance Thru the Pages or Fairy Tale Fun, or ages 5 can register for Cheer Perfection) Paying It Foward I Princeton Review SAT Prep (See ACT Prep)
Week 5 College Essay Boot Camp III (See Session II or Small Group Essay Sessions) Creative Clicks: Digital Photography (see Photography Workshop, ages 10-15) Golf Acdemy II (Session Session I (week 4) or Soccer Skills (ages 7-14)
Week 6 Chemical Magic & More (See Fizz, Bubble & Goo) Get Ready for MS Math Princess Tea Party (See Fairy Tale Fun)
Week 7 Athena's Path Fishing Foray Make It & Take It Home (See DaVinci Inventions) Small Group Essay (See Session I or III)
Canceled Camps: Canceled camps are listed below.
Week 1 Campfire Stories (moved to Week 3 AM) Puppets on a String (See UpCycling Artist)
Week 2 Creative Writing: Dystopia Explored (See Mystery Writing Workshop or Journalism for Print) GEMS: Girls Exceling in Math & Science (See DaVinci Inventions)
Week 3 Dance Thru The Decades (See Tumble Fliptastic)
Week 4 Improv Workshop (See Drama or Musical Theater camps)
Week 5 Prepared. Confident. Hired. Super Sports Sampler (See Soccer Skills)
Week 6 Small Group Essay Writing II (See Session I, III or IV)
Camp Cannon Mission Statement
Camp Cannon strives to provide the community with fun and enriching summer programs that promote personal growth and instill a lifelong love of learning in a safe, diverse, and inclusive environment.
Some quotes from our 2016 families when asked to share a memorable experience:
“He truly had a wonderful time at all of the camps that he attended. He loved meeting new friends and loved the nature walk that they did in LEGO camp.” (LEGO: Fun with Animals)
“As a parent, I was most impressed at the end of the week by the drastic difference in writing/drawing capabilities of my daughter from Campfire Stories camp!” (Campfire Stories)
“Picking our daughter up each day and hearing how excited she was to tell us about everything that happened that day.”
“We love Camp Cannon! Great camp offerings and excellent coaches/counselors.”
“My children’s favorite experience from camp… was the service learning.” (Paying It Forward)
“Each day having my daughter get in the car and talk about her special relationship with the instructors and junior counselors.”
“He was thrilled to create his own mods. On a scale of 1-10, he said it was a 10.” (Mod Design-Java Programming)