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March 2020: Above and Beyond: An Esteemed Coach Helps Green Mountain Gymnasts Stick Their Landings; Taking the Pulse on Proficiency-Based Learning; Exploring the Bluffs of Lake Champlain; Designing a Farm-Themed Bedroom; Creating a Kid's Capsule Wardrobe

January 2020: Childhood Friends Deliver Beds to Families in Need; Tips for Making Low-Waste Lunches; Libraries Loan More Than Just Books; Students Reflect on Their Screen Use; Summer Camp Guide

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SOCAPA Mountain Camp

SOCAPA Mountain Camp

PO Box 111
East Burke, VT 05832
800-718-2787

SOCAPA offers intensives in the arts for teens in Burlington or East Burke, VT. SOCAPA provides a place for young artists to explore their craft in a supportive, creative environment. SOCAPA students come from all over the world to attend intensives of their choosing. Programs include: filmmaking, acting, photography, dance, screenwriting, or action filmmaking & mountain biking. SOCAPA classes are project-based and hands-on. Students are challenged to create original, high-quality work every day. The results are always amazing! We share and celebrate all of the work at a showcase at the end of each week. Join us next summer!

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Bike Paths; Performing Arts; Dance & Movement

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Timberlock Voyageurs and Trekkers Camp

Timberlock Voyageurs and Trekkers Camp

Indian Lake, NY

Two-week sessions focus on outdoor adventures with skilled leaders based at Timberlock, a 100 year old summer family camp in the heart of the Adirondack Park. Teens learn about natural history and skills used in the outdoors while gaining self-confidence, making life-long friendships with a priority on having fun. Small…(more)

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Timberlock Voyageurs and Trekkers Camp

Timberlock Voyageurs and Trekkers Camp

Indian Lake, NY

Two-week sessions focus on outdoor adventures with skilled leaders based at Timberlock, a 100 year old summer family camp in the heart of the Adirondack Park. Teens learn about natural history and skills used in the outdoors while gaining self-confidence, making life-long friendships with a priority on having fun. Small…(more)

other camps » learn more »