Atlantic Christian School

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Summer Programs

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The 37-acre ACS campus is a busy place all summer long with students participating in Cougar Camp, the Early Education summer program, and the ACS Band Camp.

Cougar Camp and Early Education Summer Program

Cougar Camp 2017 Registration Form

Cougar Camp is open to boys and girls from ages 5 to 12 years old (entering kindergarten through completion of 6th grade). Campers enjoy 10 weeks of organized activities that combine faith, fun, fellowship, exercise, and education. Campers can come for one week or multiple weeks. Themes vary each week, such as Mad Scientist Week, Circus Week, Mock Olympics Week, and Red, White, and Blue Patriotic Week. Favorite Cougar Camp activities include swimming in the lake at nearby Sleepy Hollow Campground, playing ga-ga ball in the air-conditioned gymnasium, drawing and painting, and cooking healthy snacks made from fresh produce picked from the school garden. Worshiping God through music and Bible story time are also part of the daily program.

The ACS Early Education summer program is open to children from 6 months to 4 years old. Qualified and trained staff provide a warm, loving environment with fun and educational activities. Preschoolers look forward to the weekly “Water Day” where they enjoy playing in inflatable water slides and pools.

All summer program participants bring their own lunch, but every Friday is pizza day as an option for a small fee. Snacks are provided daily.

Cougar Camp 2017 and the Early Education summer program will begin Monday, June 26, 2017.  For more information, contact Heidi Sray at 609-653-1199 ext. 307 or at hsray@acseht.org.

ACS Band Camp

Band Camp gives students enrolled in ACS from the 4th to the 12th grades a head start on preparing to play in band during the school year. Campers spend one week in August learning to play an instrument or improving their skills.  Campers can bring their own instrument or ACS will provide campers with an instrument. No need to purchase or rent your own to participate.

The fee-based program offers two tracks: beginning and progressing. There is one-on-one instruction and small group rehearsals, culminating in a performance on the final day open to family and friends. In addition to the instruction and rehearsals, campers participate in a variety of fun and challenging group games and team-building activities. Snacks are provided.

For more information, contact Band Director Shirlene Perini at sperini@acseht.org.