TROY — Troy Christian Schools, 700 South Dorset Road, Troy, will offer art and STEAM camps in June for just about every age level, and a variety of interests.
“For the first time, we are offering art and STEAM camps for the community,” said Dr. Gary Wilber, superintendent for the infant through 12th grade school. “For years we’ve had athletic camps for our students, but we are equipped to open up for the community with our art and STEM camps. We are excited to share our equipment and talented teachers with students from all over the county.”
STEAM camp is for students entering grades 7-9 and will be held June 6-10, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (no lunch provided). STEAM campers will be part of a team, working together to solve problems and learn new skills through hands on projects. Teachers will give camp participants an informative and fun week where they will be using robotics, 3D printers and Computer Aided Design (CAD) programs.
Art camps are running throughout the month of June and include ceramics, drawing, painting and creative time. New pottery wheels, clay, paint, drawing materials and more are included in the camps. Adult classes are included in the art camps, as well as students grades first through 12th grade.
Prices, dates and times vary for the camps. Anyone interested should visit the school’s website at www.troychristianschools.org. Registration is online only.
For questions, call the school office at 339-5692.