The Epiphany School of Global Studies is excited to provide a variety of educational experiences for our students and for our community during Summer 2017.

  • Attire: Casual play clothes & comfortable closed-toe shoes
  • Please provide a packed snack for each day at camp
  • Note that camps marked as "Spanish Immersion" are for children who are Spanish speaking or have been in Epiphany's Spanish Immersion grade levels
  • Registration fee is non-refundable
  • Limited space is available and is on a first come first served basis
  • Camp Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8am -12pm(No camp on Fridays)
  • Open to the public
  • Camp Fees $150

Camp Offerings:

June 19-22

Tennis Camp [rising 1st through 3rd grades] on Trent Campus

Learn a sport for a lifetime of enjoyment. At Tennis Camp, campers will practice skills, drills and play the game. Through a combination of good sportsmanship and teamwork, campers will work on learning proper grips, strokes and understand how to score. All skill levels are welcome!


Basketball Camp [ rising 4th through 6th grades] on Trent Campus

Campers will better their basketball skills in this drill-based camp that focuses on passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding. Participants will play scrimmage games to show off these new skills on the court and demonstrate good sportsmanship as future middle school athletes off the court.


Solar Science Camp [rising 6th through 9th grades] on Trent Campus

Participants will explore some of the potential uses for solar power that engineers, city planners, and industry executives are considering today. These experiences include the design of solar cars, use of solar power to charge capacitors used in electric planes, and updates to an electric grid to incorporate solar-powered houses into new and existing communities. Through a series of hands-on activities, students will explore how solar panels work, how the energy collected by solar panels can be converted into mechanical energy, how capacitors are used to store energy, and how solar panels can be incorporated into new home construction and residential areas efficiently.


June 26-29

Spanish Science Champs Camp [rising 1st through 2nd grades] on Henderson Campus for dual language students only.

Campers will have an opportunity to explore science in all its hands-on, fun, goopy, messy, glory, without the burden of needing to know the 'right' answer. During this Spanish-only camp, participants will practice the vocabulary learned in the dual language program at school and extend it by learning new concepts and new words while also having fun.


Playtime Pottery Art Camp [rising 1st through 2nd grades] on Henderson Campus
Clay hand-building is fun and great for participants’ little hands to develop their motor skills. Campers will make monster sponge holders, candle holders, animal figures and more! Projects will be painted with colorful underglazes and then fired in the kiln. Final pieces will be ready to distribute at school 3 to 4 weeks after camp.

American Sign Language Camp [rising 3rd through 4th grades] on Henderson Campus

American Sign Language is a beautiful, visual language. During this camp, participants will learn basic signs for communication, the manual alphabet, numbers 1-20, simple songs, the Pledge of Allegiance, and the school prayer.


Picture-Perfect Science Camp [rising 4th through 5th grades] on Henderson Campus

Ahoy there, mates! Captain Kidd's ship sank off the coast of Turtle Island. Campers will help redesign his ship and save the turtles before it's too late! Each day begins with an engaging story followed by an inquiry-based activity in the science lab. While in the lab, campers will work collaboratively to brainstorm questions, design procedures for testing their predictions, carry out investigations, and ask thoughtful questions about other students’ conclusions, mirroring real science. Join us for this action-packed camp that integrates science and reading!


Chess Camp [rising 6th through 9th grades] on Henderson Campus

Suitable for beginner, intermediate, and advanced chess players: A certified US Chess Federation chess tournament director will share rules and strategies to learn how to play chess or to strengthen your chess game.

July 17-20

Soccer Camp I [rising 1st through 3rd grades] on Trent Campus

Campers will better their soccer skills in this drill-based camp that focuses on passing, shooting, and dribbling. Participants will participate in scrimmage games to practice and demonstrate these new skills on the field and model good sportsmanship and good

Soccer Camp II [rising 4th through 6th grades] on Trent Campus
Campers will better their soccer skills in this drill-based camp that focuses on passing, shooting, and dribbling. Participants will play scrimmage games to show off these new skills on the field and demonstrate good sportsmanship as future middle school athletes off the field.

FUN-damentals of Digital Photography Camp [rising 6th through 12th grades] on Trent Campus

Learn the basics of design, photography and editing photos from a professional photographer! Enjoy field trips to local area parks and downtown New Bern that will provide ample scenery, backgrounds, and topics for your photos. Campers will also participate in photo shoots – as models and photographers. This camp experience will be a FUN workshop to gain confidence in using new photography skills and apply these skills to document daily life, family vacations, and our community.


July 24-27

American Sign Language Camp [rising 1st through 2nd grades] on Henderson Campus

American Sign Language is a beautiful visual language. During this camp, participants will learn basic signs for communication, the manual alphabet, numbers 1-10, simple songs and games.


Global Travelers Camp [rising 1st through 2nd grades] on Henderson Campus

Our world travelers will dive into the culture and diversity of people, places, and environments around the globe. Campers will explore at least one country on each continent, use thinking strategies to make global connections, and discover that our global community has more similarities than differences. Camp content will be designed in accordance with the NCSS Themes for Social Studies and Global learning.


Printmaking Art Camp [rising 3rd through 6th grades] on Henderson Campus

Campers will learn about various printmaking techniques including relief prints, collagraphs, monoprints, and silk screens. Participants will create original designs using layers and print their own editions in this messy and fun camp! Along with their prints, campers will make inventive cards with decorated papers and even screen print a t-shirt. These young artists will even take home fine art cards that can be used throughout the year.


Sports Skills Camp [rising 3rd through 6th grades] on Trent Campus

Campers will be exposed to a wide range of different sports. Soccer on Monday, tennis on Tuesday, and basketball on Wednesday. Thursday will be a fun and games day focusing on some of the different skills participants acquired during the week.


REGISTER FOR EPIPHANY SUMMER DISCOVERY CAMPS


  • The Epiphany School of Global Studies    |   Uncovering Gifts for the Journey
  • 2301 Trent Road, New Bern, NC 28562
  • 2201 Henderson Ave, New Bern, NC 28560
  • Phone (252) 638-0122 
  • Fax (252) 288-5464 - Trent 
  • Fax (252) 288-5723 - Henderson
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