Spring and Summer Camps
In Sync summer camps will be held from March to August 2018, with a variety of exciting themes throughout the summer for kids ages 5-14.
All camps run from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Each day has a scheduled snack, lunch, and quiet time, plus outdoor activities (weather permitting). Supervised before and after care is available as early as 7:30 AM until 5:30 PM at a rate of $20 per hour. Please contact us to arrange this in advance.
In Sync strives to be an inclusive environment for all campers. If your camper requires any accommodations or special considerations to ensure their full participation or if you have any questions or concerns about their medical or behavioral needs please contact us. We ask families to send a support person to accompany their camper if one-on-one support is needed. This individual must obtain and present a valid Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Search prior to the first day of camp.
Call (587) 229-6329 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot for your child today!
Spring Break Camp
March 26-29 • $245 | April 2-6 • $295
Spring Break! We will introduce Campers to a exciting week previewing our summer programming, including a wide range of art, indoor games and sports every day. Your child won’t want to miss out on this exciting new opportunity to get active this spring break!
July 3-6 • Ages 5-8 • $239
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, its… Superhero Camp! Superheroes will receive the training they need to tap their full superhero potential. We will lead students through different missions and an exploration of what it means to be “Super.” We will start each day with team-building skills that grows to include more individualized skills that mimic the powers of famous superheroes. They will have a chance to build their secret identity, improve their super powers and so much more.
Wild Wild West
July 9-13 • Ages 5-10 • $239
Get your cowpoke on at Wild Wild West Camp! The programming will include a rootin’ tootin’ good time and a fantastic line up of wild west activities including a “campfire”, rodeo activities, themed crafts and more!
Krazy Crayons Art Camp
July 16-20 • Ages 8-14 • $398
Get ready for a brush stroke of genius! Our campers will unleash their inner artist through drawing, painting and other mediums. On the last day of camp, family and friends are invited to an Art Exhibition to see the art the campers have made!
In Sync Olympics
July 23-27 • Ages 7-14 • $239
Go for gold this summer! Campers will get the chance to play a variety of indoor and outdoor sports based on the 2018 Winter Games. From opening ceremonies to medal presentations, our campers will get the full experience.
Who Done It?
July 30 - Aug 3 • Ages 8-14 • $239
Help us solve a mystery this summer! Explore a crime scene, collect evidence, determine what happened, and discover who the perpetrator is. Campers will explore different crime investigative techniques as well as the purpose and process of solving a crime.
August 7-10 • Ages 8-14 • $239
Castaways will be divided into teams, who will be challenged to outwit, outplay and outlast the other. Problem solving, teamwork and physical skills will be put to the test for immunity and points.
Ooey Gooey Crazy Fun Messes
August 13-17 • Ages 5-10 • $239
If you like playing in the mud or making a mess this camp is for you! Campers will have the opportunity to make and create messes with different mediums. There are sure to be gales of giggles and ooo’s and awe’s as the messes get messier! Clean-up will be a mandatory part of all activities.
August 20-24 • Ages 5-12 • $239
Close out the summer with a week on the beach! Sun, sand, and sails – campers will experience all of the fun activities involved in a beach vacation.
“Candyce has made huge strides with our Autistic son. She has worked with him for the last eight years and over that time they have formed a wonderful relationship. She is patient, kind and extremely dedicated. Her methods of dealing with my son’s condition has resulted in him learning to tell time, understand money and learning to read proficiently. We could not have done this without her.” Lorraine