SUMMER CAMP 2014
We are excited to offer a summer camp geared for the beginning middle school aged child (entering 5th and 6th grades) to give them a preview of what's to come in Middle School. This camp is open to the general public. If you've never stepped foot on our campus, this is a great opportunity to learn what we're all about.
To enroll in a summer camp at Presbyterian School:
- Scroll down, select a camp, register and pay for it online.
- Complete a Medical Release Form. If your child is a current student at Presbyterian School, you do not need to complete this form. All forms should be given to the summer camp teacher on the first day of camp.
PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOL MUSEUM CAMP
8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Rising 5th -6th grade students
Join Presbyterian School Art, Science and Language Arts teachers as they take campers on a unique week dedicated to exploring and learning from the School's neighborhood. Campers will be on the move daily as they step into a different museum each day of the week with teachers who love leaving the campus hallways to seek new sights. Highlights of the week include:
- Visiting behind the scenes at the Houston Children's Museum looking at Science together with Art
- Reflecting- in images and in words- about famous art in the Museum of Fine Arts
- Experimenting with iPad photography in the Menil neighborhood at the Center for Photography
- Creating jewelry inspired by the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft exhibits
Presbyterian School Faculty leading this camp include...
Jacqui Chaltain has been teaching in an educational setting for 15 years. She currently teaches Presbyterian School Lower School and Pre-K Art. Before teaching in schools, she was Director of an Art League and ran an inner-city mural art program. She creates mixed media art in her home studio.
Lesli Dabney is a 6th grade Language Arts teacher at Presbyterian School. She has taught middle school reading and writing for 11 years as well as summer workshops for Writers In The Schools. Lesli also owns her own photography business, focusing on children, teenager, and family portraits.
Courtney Daniell-Knapp, a teacher of music for 19 years, is in her second year as the Director of Fine Arts at Presbyterian School. She enjoys varied interests, which explains her degree in French, her 17 years as a church choir director and the joy she finds in teaching every age - two year olds through college students.
Karen Milnar joined the Presbyterian School faculty this year as the Lower School Science teacher. She has 14 years experience sharing her scientific knowledge with children of all ages. Before coming to Presbyterian School she worked for The Children's Museum of Houston.
Lily Barsenas is an assistant teacher with Presbyterian School’s youngest students, the Alphas. She is finishing her Bachelors in interdisciplinary studies EC-6th grade Bilingual & Special Education at University of Houston. When not in school or studying, she likes to stay busy, especially in the outdoors.
Dargan Eley teaches 5th grade Spanish and Social Studies. She has been at Presbyterian School for five years. Dargan has a passion for travel, photography and a love of other cultures.
*Please note: There are no refunds for Summer Camp registration. Camps are $200 for a Monday-Friday session from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. each day. A late fee of $1 per minute will be charged if a student is picked up after 11:45 a.m.