College for Kids – Summer 2022 Offerings

*UPDATE*

The College for Kids Summer Camps are filling quickly.  Below are the camps open to student registrations

Our kids summer enrichment programs offered through Continuing Education, students ages 8-14 years old can can choose from topics including line dancing, memory quilts, drones and several options at our Hoke Center Campus in Raeford.

College for Kids allows your child to experience veteran instructors on our beautiful college campus.

Questions? Contact Danaka Bunch, bunchd@sandhills.edu or call 910-695-3980.

*Limited space – Camp availability is based on current COVID-19 regulations and can alter as needed for safety. As of now, we are practicing limited headcounts, physical distancing and face masks are OPTIONAL.s.

NEW! Exploration Station:  Let’s Take a Closer Look (Workshop 1)

Exploration Station camp is a science-based camp designed to create meaningful and memorable experiences that show campers the power of science as a lens through which to view the world. Our activities and experiences are hands-on, fun, and engaging. Discover new things daily with our interesting, exciting camp themes, including:

Saponification, Vermicomposting, Be Naturally Beautiful, Healthy soil and pallet gardening.

Instructor Name: Dr. Patricia Lyons
Hoke Campus in Raeford
$145

Ages 8-10:  Course #2003          June 13-16     M-Th     1:00-4:00pm

Ages 11-14:  Course #2004          June 13-16     M-Th     9:00am-12:00pm

Line Dancing Camp

This Line Dance workshop is for students to dance, have fun and express themselves in a creative, safe, and supportive environment. Campers will learn choreography for the most popular line dances such as to the Electric Slide, the Cupid Shuffle, and Copperhead Road. Supplies Needed: Close toed shoes, comfortable clothes, and water.

Instructor: Belinda Musick
112 Blue Hall Gym, Pinehurst Campus
$40

Ages 8-14:  Course #2007         June 20-23     M-Th     3:30pm-5:00pm

Drone Flight Camp

In this camp, students learn about the flight characteristics unique to drones, industry terminology, FAA guidelines for recreational and commercial use, emerging drone-related careers, and much more! This drone educational camp has been designed to encourage and build teamwork, critical thinking, courage, and creativity. Each camp will have a mock FAA written test and hands-on flight training to include certificate.

Instructor Name: Anthony McCauley
Hoke Campus in Raeford
$150

Ages 10-14:  Course #2010        June 13-16     M-Th     1:00-4:00pm              *Hoke Campus in Raeford

NEW! Exploration Station: Let’s Take a Closer Look (Workshop 2)

Exploration Station camp Workshop 2 activities and experiences are hands-on, fun, and engaging. Discover new things daily with our interesting, exciting camp themes, including:
The Anatomy of slime, the DNA Of Fruits and Vegetables, Self-Care and Mindfulness, and Creative Authors: Write your Own Story Book.

Instructor: Lauressa English Pitz
Hoke Campus in Raeford
$145

Ages 8-10: Course #2011       June 20-23     M-Th     9:00am-12:00pm

Ages 11-14: Course #2012     June 20-23     M-Th     1:00pm-4:00pm

NEW! Coding Bootcamp

Coding camp for kids offers instruction in higher level thinking skills. This Programming, Boot camp and/ or computer education camps are heavily required in the job o market of the future. Coding is one of the most beneficial 21st century skills. Therefore, teaching your kids to code is fast becoming a popular trend. Starting your child on their coding journey is a sure way to give them an excellent set of skills that will serve them well in the future. With low student to instructor ratios, classes blend personalized learning and time for kids to socialize with new friends. It promotes creativity, develops problem solving skills and more importantly, it’s fun!

Instructor: Lauressa English Pitz
Hoke Campus in Raeford
$145

Ages 8-10: Course #2013       June 27-30     M-Th     9:00am-12:00pm

Ages 11-14: Course #2014     June 27-30     M-Th     1:00pm-4:00pm

Learn to Make T-Shirt Quilts

Have you ever wanted to make a T-shirt quilt? Do you have T-shirts full of memories stacked in dresser drawers? If so, then a T-shirt quilt may be just what you need to make.

Join quilter Jeanne McGrayne as she demonstrates step-by-step how to make a memory quilt for yourself or as a gift.  Everything you learn from this quilt can be applied to any other T-shirt quilt. Even if you’ve never made a quilt before, if you can sew a straight line on a sewing machine, you can make a T-shirt quilt! Requirement: bring a lot of clean, washed t-shirts and a working sewing machine to class.

In this class you’ll learn how to:

  • Choose and prepare T-shirts for inclusion in a quilt.
  • Inventory the T-shirts and begin the design process.
  • Cut and stabilize the T-shirts for inclusion in a quilt.
  • Assemble the T-shirts into a quilt top.
  • Apply backing and batting, encase and tie to finish.

Instructor: Jeanne McGrayne, Sandhills Quilters Guild member
109 Van Dusen Hall, Pinehurst Campus
$145

Ages 11-14:  Course #2016         July 25-29     M-F     9:00am-12:00pm

2022 Summer Camp Registration

Please follow the steps below for Registration.

Step 1: Complete the Online Application – Click HERE for 2022 Summer Camp Registration

Step 2: Once you have completed and submitted the online application form, you will receive a phone call from a Continuing Education Registration specialist within the next THREE business days to complete your registration. Your registration is not complete until our Continuing Education team receives your method of payment. If you do not receive a call within THREE days of registering please contact a Continuing Education Registration Associate at 910-695-3980. Payment must be made within 3 business days of the application submission, or the application may be voided based on demand. Registration ends when the camps fill.

Questions? Contact Danaka Bunch, bunchd@sandhills.edu or call 910-695-3980.