Leadership and Academic Skill Camps

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  • Biz Kids

    Ages 9 - 13
    August 3 - August 7
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $350

    Do you constantly come up with creative ideas for solving small problems? Do you consider yourself a leader? Do you enjoy working with others? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Biz Kids is the right Passport camp for you! You’ll learn about the structure of business and the different skills needed to bring a neat idea to market. Work with your peers to rise to the challenge of building your business while learning about stocks, trade, basic finances, and more!
  • Young Writer’s Exploration

    Ages 8 – 12
    July 27 - July 31
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $375

    This camp offers an exploration of writing that encompasses learning as well as having fun. We will be learning “the rules” of writing but also looking for ways to break the rules in a stress-free, nonjudgmental, open, and engaging environment. Students will have the freedom to write on topics and genres that interest them, and they will also be exposed to a packed curriculum of writing exercises. This creative writing workshop might include young people acting out the lives of student-generated characters, performing poetry and song, walking in urban Cleveland and “listening in on” conversations to develop dialogue, participating in round-table discussions of classmates’ work, or tasting desserts to write a coffee shop review. In addition to the exploration of writing, students will have quiet time to write, draft, revise, and edit their own chosen work. The workshop will end with an open reading of their work at a local coffee shop or open space.
  • FUNdamentals of Outdoor Leadership

    Ages 7-12
    August 10 - August 14
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $400

    Come and spend a week with us learning essential skills that will prepare you for all of your hiking, camping, and outdoor adventures! We will have fun learning how to set up camp and how to pack and care for our equipment as we plan out what we will need for the perfect adventure trip. With a focus on stewardship and preservation of our natural environment, we will learn Leave-No-Trace camping skills to keep our activities low impact! Stargazing, campfire songs and games, basic first aid, wildlife tracking, navigation, camp stove cooking, water purification, knot tying, and basic primitive survival skills will also be covered. This is the perfect opportunity to plant the seed of excitement in little hearts for future big adventures!