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The Morgan Oliver School Summer Camps 2023
NEW East Atlanta Village Location!
(East Side Church ATL @ 468 Moreland Ave) 

At Morgan, diversity and inclusiveness is at the forefront of all programming. Each summer camp offering will incorporate the MOS mission to create change through open conversations around oppression and to encourage kids to be active participants in creating change. Each day camp will have daily Story Time or reading time centering rich and vibrant authors and kids of color, opportunities to cook, explore science, as well as weekly experts from within the community to come share their knowledge of the camp theme. Camps are run mostly by MOS teachers, community members and school partners! 

 

We are now enrolling day campers ages 4 through 13. Sign your camper up now by filling out the Registration form at the bottom of this page. Summer camps should be a fun experience all kids receive- no matter how much a family makes. For currently enrolled MOS students, we offer tiered summer camp cost options reflecting your family's tuition tier. 

Weekly Cost:

9AM - 4:00PM  - $350/week (5 days) - $300/week (4 days)

Early Care: $50/week  8:30AM 

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June 10-14
9AM - 4PM

 

For our Allies aged 4-6:

Nature Adventures

Let your little ones become young explorers as they discover the wonders of nature through games, nature hikes, and outdoor art projects. They'll learn about animals, plants, and the environment in a fun and interactive way.

For Activists aged 7-9:

Orienteering Expedition

This camp is all about adventure and navigation. Kids will learn to use maps, compasses, and their instincts to explore the great outdoors. They'll have exciting scavenger hunts and learn essential survival skills.

For Organizers aged 10-13:

Wilderness Survival Challenge

  • Older campers will put their survival skills to the test in the wild. They'll learn to build shelters, purify water, and identify edible plants. Teamwork and leadership will be essential to conquer the wilderness.

June 17-21  (Juneteenth is off)
9AM - 4PM

For our Allies aged 4-6:

Creative Kid Art

Little artists will get creative with various art materials and techniques. They'll paint, draw, and sculpt while exploring their imagination and creating masterpieces to take home.

For Activists aged 7-9:

3D Art Exploration

Young artists will step into the world of three-dimensional art. They'll sculpt, mold, and create 3D artworks using various materials, fostering their artistic skills and creativity.

For Organizers aged 10-13:

Graffiti Art Workshop

​Older campers will dive into the world of urban art. They'll explore graffiti techniques, design murals, and express themselves through this dynamic and vibrant art form.

June 24-28
9AM - 4PM

For our Allies aged 4-6:

Fun Sports and Games

Our youngest campers will enjoy a variety of fun sports and games tailored to their age. They'll develop motor skills, teamwork, and have a blast playing games like relay races, soccer, and more.

For Activists aged 7-9:

Team Sports and Competitions

Campers will participate in team sports such as soccer, basketball, and volleyball. They'll learn teamwork, sportsmanship, and engage in friendly competitions to build skills and camaraderie.

For Organizers aged 10-13:

Ultimate Sports Challenge

​Older kids will face more intense sports challenges and competitions. They'll refine their skills, strategize, and engage in tournaments, preparing them for a variety of sports.

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July 1-5 (Off July 4th) 
9AM - 4PM

For our Allies aged 4-6:

Dino Adventures

Young paleontologists will embark on a journey through time to explore the age of dinosaurs. They'll dig for fossils, learn about different dinosaur species, and create dino-themed art.

For Activists aged 7-9:

Paleontology Quest

Campers will become amateur paleontologists, learning about fossils, digging for ancient artifacts, and uncovering the mysteries of the prehistoric world.

For Organizers aged 10-13:

Jurassic World Creations

​Older campers will delve into learning about what the world was like hundreds of thousands of years ago. Campers will watch clips of life on earth when dinosaurs roamed the earth and will recreate their favorite time period to build out their very own re imagined world where dinosaurs and humans live together! 

July 8-12
9AM - 4PM

For our Allies aged 4-6:

Game Explorers

Little gamers will embark on a fun-filled journey through the world of age-appropriate board games and interactive activities. They'll learn valuable skills like critical thinking, cooperation, and sportsmanship while having a blast

For Activists aged 7-9:

Video Game Adventures

Campers will dive into the exciting world of video games. They'll explore different game genres, try their hand at game design, and engage in friendly competitions. This session encourages problem-solving and creativity through gaming.

For Organizers aged 10-13:

Switch FTW!

  • Older campers will immerse themselves in the world of multiplayer games. Games like ARK Evolved, Farm Simulators and more! Switches are required for this camp and games will be collaborative and team based. So bring some friends and lets get gaming!

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July 15-19
9AM - 4PM

For our Allies aged 4-6:

Little Scientists

Young scientists will conduct fun and hands-on experiments, exploring topics like chemistry, physics, and biology in a playful and age-appropriate way.

For Activists aged 7-9:

STEM Explorers

Campers will dive into the world of science, technology, engineering, and math. They'll build robots, design experiments, and explore the wonders of the STEM fields.

For Organizers aged 10-13:

Tech and Engineering Quest

​Older campers will tackle more advanced STEM challenges. They'll code, build machines, and engineer solutions to real-world problems, all while having a blast.

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July 22-26
9AM - 4PM

For our Allies aged 4-6:

Magical Worlds

Young imaginations will run wild as they explore magical realms, mythical creatures, and enchanting stories. They'll engage in creative play and crafts inspired by fantastical tales.

For Activists aged 7-9:

Wizards, Witches and Enchantments

Campers will step into the shoes of wizards and witches, learning about potions, spells, and magical creatures. They'll embark on mystical adventures and create their magical worlds.

For Organizers aged 10-13:

Potion-Making Journey

Older campers will delve into the art of potion-making. They'll concoct magical brews, learn about the properties of herbs and plants, and uncover the secrets of mystical potions

July 29-Aug. 2
9AM - 4PM

For our Allies aged 4-6:

Ancient Answers

Young explorers will embark on an adventure to uncover the fascinating civilizations of the Inca, Maya, and Aztec. They'll construct Incan rope bridges, decipher Maya hieroglyphics, and create Aztec masks.

For Activists aged 7-9:

Empires of the Sun

Campers will delve deep into the history and culture of the Inca, Maya, and Aztec civilizations. They'll engage in hands-on activities, learn about ancient rituals, and create authentic crafts. 

For Organizers aged 10-13:

Advanced Explorers: Unearthing Inca, Maya, and Aztec Mysteries

​Older campers will take on more complex challenges related to the Inca, Maya, and Aztec civilizations. They'll build intricate models of pyramids, decode ancient scripts, and explore the legacies of these ancient cultures.

July 15-19
July 22-26
July 29-Aug 2
August 5-9
9AM - 4PM


 

Multiage (5-12)
 

Young ones will be exposed to juggling, partner balancing, hooping, clowning/improv, and aerial arts.  Each week culminates in a child led showcase of the skills they have learned.  Mid week each individual will choose their own focus for the showcase. Some will choose to create an act, others will choose to focus on costumes, makeup, music, or something else! Each show is entirely new and unique depending on the interest of the kiddos. We physically explore how with discipline, patience, courage and collaboration, we can make the seemingly impossible POSSIBLE.

What is Social Circus?
To use the performance and teaching of circus arts to create alternative spaces in which we can experience ourselves connected, powerful, and free. Free of attitudes, beliefs and habits that do not serve us and provoking the development of healthy ones that support social transformation at the individual, group, community, regional and global level.  Every moment of our day and every interaction is rooted in this vision.
Participants will build and experience trust as they support each other in human pyramids. They build confidence as they face fears in a supportive environment and are often surprised by what their bodies can do.  They build communication skills as they navigate situations of risk with their peers.  They build community as they work together on a presentation in which each and every person shines.  

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