Join us for Summer Camp this year!
Let's learn and have some fun!
Scroll down for class options and descriptions.
- All rising 2nd-9th graders are invited! You do not need to attend GCS.
- Monday - Thursdays, June 7 - July 1, AM Classes 9:00AM-12:40PM, PM Classes 1:00PM - 3:00PM
- Choose one, two, three, or all four weeks of camp (Boot camp is intended to be a four-week experience, giving your student support for the upcoming school year.)
- Classes will be filled on a first-paid basis
- Need-based, partial scholarships available (email GCS@GCSWarriors.org)
- Drop-off or mail-in checks to either GCS office: 511 Thornrose Avenue, Staunton, VA 24401 or 19 S. Market Street, Staunton, VA 24401
- Make checks out to GCS with "Summer Camp" and student(s) name(s) in the memo
Register online today! - Google Form
Deadline to register - May 21, 2021
Check out and share our brochure with your friends! 2021 Summer Camp Brochure
Class Options (Updated 5/5/2021)
Math - Improve your child's math skills this summer with fun and interactive math instruction and activities.
Reading/Writing - Engage your child's imagination through reading and writing with aspects of comprehension, grammar, and spelling.
Boot camp is intended to be a four-week experience, giving your student support for the upcoming school year.
Fabric Bowl - Create a soft, catch-all container using creative fabric and colors!
Art Deco Lantern - Explore repeating patterns in the Art Deco style and end up with a lantern that will truly shine!
GIANT Flower - Create a (much) larger-than-life poppy that you can hang somewhere special.
Altered Image - Pick a black and white picture of a landmark and create a new background for it by using additional colors, and wacky images.
- Paper water lily
- Coral reef painting
- Octopus scene made from model magic
- Beach collage complete with seashells
Styrofoam prints (older students will be carving on lino plates)
Instructor Anna Kirkpatrick
Week 1 - STEM: Take Flight
The laws of physics help us understand how global Christian organizations share physical resources, aid, and even the Good News with the world's most needy people. Through helicopter drops and more, the process of slowing descent to resist the force of gravity has often been used across diverse contexts and locations. In this exciting, hands-on project, students will be given a unique STEM challenge as they investigate Newton's laws of motion and energy.
Week 4 - Space: It's Out of this World
Galaxies, stars, moons, and space travel ... and mostly planets ... will be the focus of this series of lessons. And who doesn't like space?! This project utilizes the creativity and unique abilities of students--ones they already possess--to apply basic, fact-driven sciences associated with space and space exploration. With the recent leaps in space exploration and discovery, imaginations can be fueled by space fact and fiction, now more than ever! We'll supply the crayons (it won't be that hard!).
A Lizard made from model magic
Colorful fish windsock
Wacky long-legged bird
Get outside and play! AM sports sessions will be 70 min long and directly follow a Fine Arts class. PM sports sessions will be 120 min long . Bring your water bottle, sunscreen, and be ready for some fun!
AM 6th-9th grade sessions, and all PM sessions will be lead by GCS Girls' Middle School Soccer Coach, Franki Kilmer.
AM 2nd-5th grade sessions will be led by GCS PE Teacher Molly Larson.