Beyond the Classroom

Summer Camps

The O’Neal School is excited to announce eight fun-filled weeks of summer camp this year! Our O’Neal Summer Experience is open to students both in and out of the O'Neal community. Campers must be at least 3 years old and fully potty trained in order to attend. 
 
Camps will run from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. with options for 7:30 early drop off and extended-day until 5:30 PM for additional fees. Campers will need to pack a snack and lunch from home along with bathing suits, towels, sunscreen, and insect repellant.

We are excited to announce that we will also be offering enrichment options this coming season! For additional fees, you can register your camper for our enrichment camps which you can find more information about below. If you are interested in registering for an enrichment camp, but NOT our full day program, please email summer@onealschool.org
 
In adherence to current COVID-19 protocols, we ask that all if your camper is exhibiting symptoms or has been exposed, please keep your children home and seek medical guidance. Parents will be able to drop off their campers, but will not be permitted inside the camp buildings. Campers ages 5 and up will be required to wear masks. The O'Neal School reserves the right to change protocols as COVID-19 protocols and regulations change.
 
Off-Campus field trips may be scheduled, dependent on the COVID-19 status at the time of camp. If there are field trips, they will be to outdoor locations such as a park, splash pad, or local farm. We plan to also bring the fun to campus by inviting vendors like Kona Ice and Twisted Treats for the kiddos!
 
Cost: $290.00 Per Week, but you can receive a discount if you register for all 8 weeks! Installment plans are also available.

Week 1: June 6-10
Week 2: June 13-17
Week 3: June 20-24
Week 4: June 27-July 1
Week 5: July 5-8
Week 6: July 11-15
Week 7: July 18-22
Week 8: July 25-29

 

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  • Basketball Enrichment Camp

    This enrichment camp will be offered to campers rising 2nd-8th grade during Week 1 of Camp.

    Cost: $125.00 per camper

    Falcon Basketball Camp is designed to help both girls and boys of all skill levels and ages increase their knowledge of the game, provide individual instruction in the fundamentals, and have fun while competing and learning. During camp, players will be broken into groups based on skills and age to provide the best experience for all campers. Lastly, many of our Upperclassmen Varsity basketball players will be assisting in running the camp, and we look forward to providing a terrific week for all our campers.
  • Engineering Enrichment Camp

    This enrichment camp will be offered to campers rising 2nd-5th grade during Weeks 3 and 6 of Camp.

    Cost: $125.00 per camper

    Are you looking into STEM enrichment for your summer camper?  Please join us for a week of fun projects exploring the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math with hands-on activities such as designing rollercoasters, bridge building, and designing experiments! Campers will work on the strongest bridge and fastest roller coaster design challenge. 
  • Equine Enrichment Camp

    This enrichment camp will be offered to campers rising 4th-8th grade during Weeks 1 and 8 of Camp.

    Cost: $275.00 per camper
  • LEGO by Playwell Teknologies

    This enrichment camp will be offered to campers K-8th Grade during Weeks 2 and 5 of Camp.

    Cost: $150.00 per camper

    Week 2 (K-2nd Grade):
    Jedi Engineering Strikes Back Using LEGO® Materials: This is the way! Get ready to embark on your LEGO® journey as we defend the Wookies on Kashyyyk, repair the Rebel shield generator on Hoth, and rescue Baby Yoda from Moff Gideon. Come explore a galaxy far, far away with the help of an experienced Play-Well instructor and learn which "Force" is actually with us!

    Week 2 (3rd-8th Grade):
    Return of the Jedi Masters Using LEGO® Materials: Master The Way of the Jedi in this Star Wars inspired LEGO® Engineering experience. Venture through the galaxy in your custom Razor Crest to rescue Baby Yoda, exploring from the deserts of Tatooine to the frozen caves of Hoth. Allow our Play-Well instructor to help you complete your Jedi training journey!

    Week 5 (K-2nd Grade):
    Enchanted Engineering Using LEGO® Materials: Come join our fun and knowledgeable Play-Well Instructors as we use LEGO® materials to build and interact with our favorite fairy tales! Help Cinderella make it back before midnight, fly with Peter Pan and the Lost Boys, and ensure Alice outwits the Queen of Hearts. All we need is your creativity and a little magic to bring it all to life!

    Week 5 (3rd-8th Grade):
    MARVELous Engineering Using LEGO® Materials: LEGO® Builders Assemble! We need you to come join our experienced Play-Well Instructors to save the world. We will use LEGO® to build our strongest Avengers to defeat Thanos, help Thor retrieve Mjolnir, swing through the city with Spider-man, and tell Hulk to....Smash! Our journey will take us to battles on this world and beyond; are you up to the challenge?
  • Reading Intervention Enrichment Camp

    This enrichment camp will be offered to campers rising 2nd-6th grade during Weeks 1, 2, and 8 of Camp.

    Cost: $125.00 per camper

    Students in rising second through rising sixth grades can participate in Reading Intensive Camp. This camp is designed for students with a diagnosed learning difference or who struggles with reading. Using an Orton Gillingham approach with the use of S.P.I.R.E. materials, students will focus on their phonological awareness, comprehension, fluency, decoding, and encoding. Campers will read, write, and play games to reinforce specific phonics skills. Let's have some fun while learning to read and write!
  • Robotics and 3D Printing Enrichment Camp

    This enrichment camp will be offered to campers rising 2nd-8th grade during Week 7 of Camp.

    Cost: $125.00 per camper

    In this tech-tastic week, participants will enjoy learning to program robots using block and visual coding. We’ll navigate robot mazes, play “bot” tag, and learn to maneuver robots through different environments.  Campers will explore 3D printing basics and design a project for printing! Participants will end the week creating a robot of their very own to take home!  
  • Soccer Enrichment Camp

    This enrichment camp will be offered to campers rising 1st-5th grade during Weeks 3, 4, 6, and 7 of Camp.

    Cost: $125.00 per camper

    O'Neal soccer camps provide players a rounded soccer experience covering a broad range of soccer techniques, skills and tactics. Players will be challenged at an appropriate level while receiving instruction in a fun, positive environment.

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  • Cancellation/Change Policy

    Camp cancellations may be made by emailing ONealSummer@onealschool.org.
     
    If there is a cancellation up until one month prior to the camp, you will receive a 75% refund.
     
    If there is a cancellation within one month and up until two weeks prior to the camp, you will receive a 50% refund.
     
    There will be no refunds issued within the two-week window of the camp starting.
     
    If you wish to change a camp, you must follow the cancellation process as indicated above and follow the registration process for the new camp. If the new camp you desire to register for does not appear in registration, the deadline to register has passed and registration for that camp is closed.
     
    *Exceptions can be made for COVID-19 Related Cancellations*

Contact

For questions or more information, please email ONealSummer@onealschool.org
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