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Foundations for Algebra Part II

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The Foundations for Algebra II course is designed for students entering pre-algebra in the fall. This course provides practice for early concepts and a review of mathematical skills and strategies to explore the intuitive understanding of numbers. Students will develop an early understanding of key concepts leading to theories of linear relationships and probability.

Writer’s Summit (Weeks 4 & 5)

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The Writer’s Summit course is designed for students entering Grades 7 to 9. In this course, practiced writers refine the rhetorical skills and expand the vocabulary necessary for successful and purposeful writing. Students will practice and revise research reviews and personal narratives. Additionally, students will review the building blocks of language, including parts of speech, clauses, and sentence structure, in order to reinforce strong foundations for effective prose.

Foundations for Geometry Part II

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The Foundations for Geometry part 2 course is designed for students entering Geometry in the fall and have a foundational understanding of algebraic terms, evaluating expressions and ordered paris and can apply the basic formulas for solving problems involging perimeter and ara of trinagles, quadrilaterals, and circles or have taken the Foundation for Geometry part 1 course.

Spanish Level II

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    The Spanish level 2 course is designed for students with level 1 Spanish or students who completed the Spanish foundations 2 course at Summer Academy with Congressional School. The students will be working with authentic Spanish materials in different formats, such as music, works of art, short readings and podcasts. The course will continue to develop the four skills necessary in the learning of any language such as reading, listening, writing and speaking. Upon completion of this course, students will be required to take an oral and written exam.

    Youth Leadership Institute (Weeks 4 & 5)

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    The Youth Leadership Institute II is designed for students entering Grades 7 and 8 interested in developing personal, organizational, and community leadership skills. The institute provides participants with the opportunity to identify unique strengths and passions, enhance self-image and self-confidence, and develop key leadership skills such as advocacy, goal setting, conflict resolution, emotional regulation, and cultural competency.The Youth Leadership institute aims to equip students to be change agents in their academic communities, learn how to be positive influences on those around them, and develop skills for identifying opportunities to lead.

    Writer’s Climb (Weeks 4 & 5)

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    The Writer’s Climb course is designed for students entering Grades 7 to 8. In this course, evolving writers develop the rhetorical skills and vocabulary necessary for clear and purposeful writing. Students will plan, draft and revise persuasive and scientific writing. Additionally, students will review the building blocks of language, including parts of speech, types of phrases, and types of clauses, in order to construct strong foundations for effective prose.

    Writing Workshop Online (Weeks 2 & 3)

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    The Writer’s Workshop course is designed for students entering grades 5 this Fall. Students will practice examining, explaining, and defending claims to strengthen their written expression. In the Writing for Meaning course, students will be introduced to academic language and vocabulary, review advanced concepts of grammar, and editing strategies to plan, draft, and revise their […]

    Math Explorers Part I

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    The Math Explorer I course is designed for students entering Grade 5 in the fall. Students will keep their math skills sharp while practicing deductive reasoning, spatial thinking, as well as critical and creative thinking strategies. Math Explorers will get a chance to review key mathematics concepts participating in a variety of activities to develop […]

    Spanish Foundation

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    The Spanish Foundation course is an introduction to Spanish for students with little or no previous knowledge of Spanish. The students will be working with authentic spanish materials in different formats, such as music, works of art, short readings and podcasts. The course will develop the four skills necessary in the learning of any language: […]

    Creative Writing (Weeks 2 & 3)

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    The Creative Writing course is designed for students entering grades 6 in the Fall. Students will apply concepts of writing to craft creative writing pieces. Writer’s Workshop students review grammar, sentence formation, paragraph construction, and editing strategies to increase their writing fluency and written communication skills with a strong focus on furthering developing their writing […]

    Colts Math Part 1

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    The Colt’s Math I course is designed for students entering Grades 6. Students will review key concepts to better understand the “why” behind mathematical operations. Students will learn essential mathematical problem-solving tactics such as pattern recognition, working backwards, and invariance. Colt’s Math I will challenge students to explore the deeper concepts beyond the processes and […]

    Writer’s Climb (Weeks 2 & 3)

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    The Writer’s Climb course is designed for students entering Grades 7. In this course, evolving writers develop the rhetorical skills and vocabulary necessary for clear and purposeful writing. Students will plan, draft and revise persuasive and scientific writing. Additionally, students will review the building blocks of language, including parts of speech, types of phrases, and […]

    Foundations for Algebra Part I

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    The Foundations for Algebra I course is designed for students entering pre-algebra in the fall. This course provides practice for early concepts and a review of mathematical skills and strategies to explore the intuitive understanding of numbers. Students will develop an early understanding of key concepts leading to theories of linear relationships and probability. Time: […]

    Spanish Level I (Weeks 2 & 3)

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      The Spanish Level 1 course is a continuation of the Spanish Foundation course. It is designed for students with some basic previous knowledge of Spanish. The students will be working with authentic Spanish materials in different formats, such as music, works of art, short readings and podcasts. The course will continue to develop the four […]

      Math Jungle & STEM

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      The Math Jungle & STEM is a 1/2 day program designed for students entering Grades 3 in the fall. Students will practice review key mathematics concepts participating in a variety of activities to develop logical thinking. Using project based learning, the STEM portion of the program will help students gain a better grasp of deductive reasoning and promote critical and creative thinking strategies.

      Math & STEM

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      The Math STEM is 1/2 day program designed for students entering Grades 4 in the fall. Students will practice deductive reasoning, spatial thinking, as well as critical and creative thinking strategies.The STEM portion of the course will equip students with mathematical strategies and out-of-the-box thinking to solve novel problems using real-world experiments.

      Math Explorers Part II

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      The Math Explorer II course is designed for students entering Grades 4 in the fall. Students will keep their math skills sharp while practicing deductive reasoning, spatial thinking, as well as critical thinking strategies. Math Explorers will get a chance to review key mathematics concepts participating in a variety of activities to develop logical and critical thinking skills. This course will equip students with mathematical strategies for problem solving using reasoning and pattern-recognition and critical thinking skills. This course will equip students with mathematical strategies for problem solving using reasoning and pattern-recognition.

      Writing Workshop Online (Weeks 4 & 5)

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      The Writer’s Workshop course is designed for students entering grades 5 this Fall. Students will practice examining, explaining, and defending claims to strengthen their written expression. In the Writing for Meaning course, students will be introduced to academic language and vocabulary, review advanced concepts of grammar, and editing strategies to plan, draft, and revise their own essays, as well as creative writing pieces, based on reading responses to varied mentor texts and reading materials.

      Spanish Level I (Weeks 4 & 5)

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      The Spanish Level 1 course is a continuation of the Spanish Foundation course. It is designed for students with some basic previous knowledge of Spanish. The students will be working with authentic Spanish materials in different formats, such as music, works of art, short readings and podcasts. The course will continue to develop the four skills necessary in the learning of any language: reading, listening, writing and speaking. Upon completion of this course, students will be required to take an oral and written exam.

      Creative Writing (Weeks 4 & 5)

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      The Creative Writing course is designed for students entering grades 6 in the Fall. Students will apply concepts of writing to craft creative writing pieces. Writer’s Workshop students review grammar, sentence formation, paragraph construction, and editing strategies to increase their writing fluency and written communication skills with a strong focus on furthering developing their writing voice.

      Colts Math Part II

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      The Colt’s Math II course is designed for students entering Grades 5 and 6. Students will review key concepts to better understand the “why” behind mathematical operations. Students will learn essential mathematical problem-solving tactics such as pattern recognition, working backwards, and invariance. Colt’s Math II will challenge students to explore the deeper concepts beyond the processes and procedures and to think strategically to arrive at mathematical solutions to extend their thinking into the early concepts and skills for their next level mathetical instruction.

      Writer’s Workshop & STEM

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      The Writer’s Workshop & STEM program is a 1/2 day program located at our Congressional Campus, designed for students entering grades 4 in the Fall. Students will apply concepts of writing to craft creative writing pieces. Writer’s Workshop students review grammar, sentence formation, paragraph construction, and editing strategies to increase their writing fluency and written […]

      Youth Leadership Institute (Weeks 2 & 3)

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      The Youth Leadership Institute I is designed for students entering Grades 5 and 6 interested in developing personal, organizational, and community leadership skills. The institute provides participants with the opportunity to identify unique strengths and passions, enhance self-image and self-confidence, and develop key leadership skills such as advocacy, goal setting, conflict resolution, emotional regulation, and […]

      Great Adventures Remix (Weeks 2-5)

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      Welcome to Great Adventures Remix, a fun and exciting program for campers 3 years old and extending to campers 5 years old, entering Kindergarten in the fall. Through our weekly themes, children meet new friends, learn to try new things and build their self-confidence, all in a COVID adapted environment.

      Great Adventures Remix (Weeks 6 – 9)

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      Welcome to Great Adventures Remix, a fun and exciting program for campers 3 years old and extending to campers 5 years old, entering Kindergarten in the fall. Through our weekly themes, children meet new friends, learn to try new things and build their self-confidence, all in a COVID adapted environment.

      Fluent Readers & STEM

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      The Fluent Readers & STEM is a 9:00-2:00 PM program located at our Congressional Campus that is designed for students entering grade 2 in the fall. Students will expand their reading skills, including faster and more accurate reading and analyzing spelling patterns. In addition, the STEM part of the program will give students an opportunity […]

      Reading Workshop & STEM

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      The Reading Workshop & STEM is a 9am – 2pm program located at our Congressional Campus and is designed for students entering grades 3 in the fall. Students will develop essential reading, and study skills and will introduce strategies to read faster, more accurately, and with greater reading comprehension. Time: 9AM – 2PM For more […]

      Lego Classics & Lego City @ St. Agnes (Weeks 6 & 7)

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      Put your engineering and city planning hat on for this two week combo program that allows creativity and free thinking to take hold. In Lego Classics, start with a blank slate and build a variety of objects, buildings, ships, and more. In Lego City, start from scratch by thinking up your ideal city and then get to work on the building! In each week, campers will work both individually and in partners to complete a variety of tasks and challenges to test their skills!

      Lego City & Lego Classics @ St. Agnes (Weeks 6 & 7)

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      Put your engineering and city planning hat on for this two week combo program that allows creativity and free thinking to take hold. In Lego Classics, start with a blank slate and build a variety of objects, buildings, ships, and more. In Lego City, start from scratch by thinking up your ideal city and then get to work on the building! In each week, campers will work both individually and in partners to complete a variety of tasks and challenges to test their skills!

      Junior Sports Stars by FitKids

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      This one-week summer camp program is specially offered by our good friends from Fit Kids. Campers will spend the week playing and learning different sports and games. Specific activities will include t-ball, tennis, soccer, tug-o-war, relay races, and much more. Teamwork and good sportsmanship are stressed. The majority of this program will be outside and in the Main Gym. Campers will have the chance to swim every day weather permitting.

      Jr. Robotics & Coding by Handworks Studios

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      Design. Build. Code. Play. This screen-free camp teaches robotics and color coding to young learners in a fun, imaginative and collaborative environment. Each week campers, with the help of skilled Handwork Studio counselors, learn how to bring their robots to life through design thinking, coding, sequencing and problem-solving. Through color coding, play and creative self-expression, campers learn invaluable skills that set the stage for success in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.

      Design & Build by Handworks Studio

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      Dream it, design it, build it! Using award-winning recycled cardboard-based construction systems, hand-tools, imagination, and problem-solving skills, the possibilities are endless. Skilled Handwork Studio counselors challenge campers to explore architectural concepts, gain a deeper understanding of spatial relationships, and experiment to bring structures from their minds to reality. Each week, campers have the opportunity to develop new skills and tackle new challenges with our rotating curriculum of projects. No experience is necessary and all supplies and materials are included.

      Fiber Arts by Handworks Studio

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      When a child makes something with their own hands, they experience surges of imagination, meditative effects, and begin to build skills for life. Whether this is their first experience crafting or they have taken classes with us before, our curriculum and skilled Handwork Studio instructors meet kids where they are on their creative journey to inspire a love of hands-on learning. Join other creators to experience the joy of crafting and creating!

      Explore hand-sewing, embroidery, knitting, weaving, needle-felting and more by creating fun, one-of-a-kind fiber arts projects. Campers are guided by The Handwork Studio’s patient and skilled counselors to embrace their imagination and harness their potential through creation. Fiber Arts Camp meets each camper where they are on their creative journey, whether they are first-time creators or returners. Each week, campers have the opportunity to develop new skills and tackle new challenges with our rotating curriculum of projects. No experience is necessary, and all the supplies and materials are included.

      Colts Baseball

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      Join Coach Krauss and his staff on Congressional’s baseball diamond for a fun week of baseball. From hitting and fielding fundamentals, to the finer aspects of the games, players will take their skills to the next level in a safe and supportive environment. Players of all skill levels are encouraged to join us this summer. Helmets, bats, and cleats are encouraged but not necessary. Baseball gloves are required.

      Fashion & Machine Sewing by Handworks Studio

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      When a child makes something with their own hands, they experience surges of imagination, meditative effects, and begin to build skills for life. Whether this is their first experience crafting or they have taken classes with us before, our curriculum and skilled Handwork Studio instructors meet kids where they are on their creative journey to […]

      Pokemon @ St. Agnes (Weeks 6 & 7)

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      The Congressional Pokémon Camp is designed to train young campers in their quest to become world class Pokémon Masters. Our Pokémon Trainers will learn the hugely popular and widely enjoyed Pokémon Trading Card Game played around the world, learning the league standards and official rules that are used in local and even global tournaments. For our trainers who are more interested in creating a collection of cards, the camp will cover where to get the best deals on Pokémon cards, how to properly care for their cards, the rarity of each card and what will make them more valuable in the future. The camp will also facilitate fair play and fair card trading.

      Congo Creative @ St. Agnes (Weeks 6 & 7)

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      Join us for this exploration of art! We’ll dive into the process and product of different art mediums: paint, chalk, watercolors, oil pastels, tie dye. The possibilities are endless! We will create art projects, murals, crafts and more as we explore, discover and design! Expect to get messy in this great hands-on camp for budding artists and creative thinkers.

      Congo Chefs @ St. Agnes (Weeks 4 & 5)

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      Have a passion for cooking but not sure how to cook? Join us for Congo Chefs to learn all about how to make different types of food. Campers will learn how to measure, mix, decorate, serve, cook, and how to follow a recipe. These junior chefs will be encouraged to use their creativity and be ready to test your skills on the skillet!

      Lego Star Wars & Lego Masters @ St. Agnes (Weeks 4 & 5)

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      Do you love legos? If so, this two week camp program is for you. Over two themed weeks, campers will get to travel to a galaxy far, far away to build all of star wars’ greatest sets before joining into the lego competition, Lego Masters. During that week, campers will compete and face different challenges to build the coolest lego sets possible or see who can build a set the fastest. If you love legos, you’re sure to have a blast.

      Congo Chefs @ St. Agnes (Weeks 6 & 7)

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      Have a passion for cooking but not sure how to cook? Join us for Congo Chefs to learn all about how to make different types of food. Campers will learn how to measure, mix, decorate, serve, cook, and how to follow a recipe. These junior chefs will be encouraged to use their creativity and be ready to test your skills on the skillet!

      Jedi Academy @ St. Agnes (Weeks 6 & 7)

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      Have a passion for cooking but not sure how to cook? Join us for Congo Chefs to learn all about how to make different types of food. Campers will learn how to measure, mix, decorate, serve, cook, and how to follow a recipe. These junior chefs will be encouraged to use their creativity and be ready to test your skills on the skillet!

      Geology and Gems & Star Lab (Weeks 4 & 5)

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      Join us for this 2 week, science based program where campers will study the earth and the sky!

      Geology & Gems: This hands-on science program will explore the fundamental concepts of Earth Science. Students will learn the principal categories of rock classification: sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic. We will also participate in a simulated fossil dig, model volcanoes, geocaching, and other interactive projects.

      Star Lab: Get ready for a journey that’s out of this world! Campers will embark on a mission to the outer reaches of the solar system. They’ll be star struck with Orion, Cassiopeia, and the Big Dipper as they learn where these star stories originated. Discover why stars seem to twinkle, how asteroids made history, and where the Milky Way can take us. This camp is sure to be a universe of fun!

      Congo Creative @ St. Agnes (Weeks 4 & 5)

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      Join us for this exploration of art! We’ll dive into the process and product of different art mediums: paint, chalk, watercolors, oil pastels, tie dye. The possibilities are endless! We will create art projects, murals, crafts and more as we explore, discover and design! Expect to get messy in this great hands-on camp for budding artists and creative thinkers.

      Jr. Colts Club

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      Congressional Students are encouraged to join this brand new Congressional Camp program for Congressional Students during the 1st session.

      Modeled after our Great Adventures program, campers will maintain their cohorts and participate in art, science, and cooking projects, as an example and will get plenty of time in the pool and on the playground!

      Lions Pack @ St. Agnes (Weeks 2 & 3)

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      Join us for this specially designed camp program for our 4 and 5 year campers located at St. Agnes school in Arlington. Campers will have a chance to explore a variety of activities and projects including art, science, cooking, sports activities and many more. Free play will also be a core of their daily schedule as well as a daily quiet reading time each day to recharge for the closing activities of the day.

      Congo Chefs @ St. Agnes (Weeks 2 & 3)

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      Have a passion for cooking but not sure how to cook? Join us for Congo Chefs to learn all about how to make different types of food. Campers will learn how to measure, mix, decorate, serve, cook, and how to follow a recipe. These junior chefs will be encouraged to use their creativity and be ready to test your skills on the skillet!

      Colts Club

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      Congressional Students are encouraged to join this brand new Congressional Camp program for Congressional Students during the 1st session.

      In an effort to maintain our cohorts throughout the summer, we will be having this 1 week session for our school students. Campers will participate in the best of our day camp activities including archery, pool, sports, arts & crafts and more! Campers will also get an opportunity to participate in special events and assemblies!