MAGIC BUS (AGES 3-5)

YEAR-ROUND

A mobile, licensed preschool experience that prepares three to five year olds who do not attend a traditional preschool for success in kindergarten. This early childhood program meets for a two-hour class, twice a week.

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THE STEADMAN CLINIC COPA (AGES 3-17)

JUNE 13 – AUGUST 8

Weekends

The Steadman Clinic COPA Soccer is a seven-week youth soccer program starting in June for children ages 3-17. The Steadman Clinic COPA program aims to keep children throughout Eagle County engaged in the summer months while providing a structured environment that instills self-discipline, builds self-confidence, and strengthens connections to their peers, family, community, and soccer skill building.

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AEROSPACE ACADEMY: FLYING TO NEW HEIGHTS (INCOMING 1ST THROUGH 5TH GRADERS)

JULY 6 – 30

Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Children will soar through this camp with air and space flight themed projects and traditional summer camp favorites. With a focus on resiliency and creativity, students will engage in activities that reignite problem solving skills in topics like engineering, literacy, and art. Outdoor fun and creative play will launch and land camp every day. Camp will follow Public Health guidelines. Lunch and snacks provided. Transportation available as needed 

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VERY YOUNG COMPOSERS (AGES 8-18)

JULY 19 – 28

Monday – Friday, 1 – 4 p.m.

Very Young Composers, a program of Youth Power 365 in partnership with the New York Philharmonic and The Playground Ensemble, allows students of all backgrounds to create their own musical piece from start to finish, during a week-long workshop. With the help of teaching artists, students learn to compose for different instruments, write a short story, and set the story to music in a step-by-step process. The program will culminate in a public performance by professional musicians of all the student compositions on July 27 and 28 at the Avon Library . This program was brought to Vail in 2006 by its creator, Jon Deak of the New York Philharmonic.

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CELEBRATE THE BEAT: POP HOP CAMP (AGES 9-14)

AUGUST 2 – 6

8/2 – 8/5 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.; 8/6 12:30 – 8 p.m.

Pop Hop is a summer program of Celebrate the Beat. The traditional program is a week-long dance camp designed to foster teamwork, creativity, and the joy of accomplishment through dance. Pop Hop culminates in a performance at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater during Vail Dance Festival’s International Evenings of Dance.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL PATHFINDER’S CAMP (INCOMING 6TH THROUGH 8TH GRADERS)

JULY 6 – 30

Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Each week of YouthPower365: Pathfinder’s Camp has a theme: Creative Technologies, CommUNITY, Choose Your Own Adventure, and Dream Big. All of the month’s experiences provide you with a chance to push beyond your own boundaries and better understand yourself and the world around you. Whether its riding horses, helping make our community a better place, or engaging in programmable sensor exploration and STEM connections, this camp will broaden your horizons. Lunch and snacks provided. Transportation available as needed.

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HER FILM CAMP: WORKSHOP (AGES 11-18)

JUNE 21 – JULY 2

The Workshop is the introductory, prerequisite course of HER Film Camp.  HER Film Camp offers girls and non-binary youth an opportunity to learn the art of storytelling through film production The first week focuses on understanding the fundamentals of storytelling and production. Campers will learn the basics of screenplay writing, the pitch, pre-production, cinema technology, production design, and flow. Campers will collaborate, create, and shoot their own ideas for a short film.  The second week will focus on post-production which includes editing, sound design, color correction, and delivering their final films. Other activities include shooting interviews, speaker talkbacks, and watching short films.  

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HER FILM CAMP: DIRECTOR’S CHOICE (AGES 11-18)

JUNE 7 – 11, JUNE 28 – JULY 1, AUGUST 2 – 6

The Director’s Choice is an opportunity for campers to join a professional production team to create an original short film. This course is more advanced and requires the Workshop course or film production experience. The first week focuses on learning the basics of film production,  the second week focuses on filming on a varied set of locations, and the last week focuses on editing, sound design, and film delivery. This original film will have a variety of premiere opportunities, including film festival submissions.  

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HIGH SCHOOL HYPERDRIVE (INCOMING 9TH GRADERS)

JULY 26 – 30

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Are you moving from middle school to high school? High School HyperDrive is here to introduce you to freshman academic essentials, new friendships, and fun activities. As you begin to explore your new world of high school, we will also be there for personalized support. Lunch and snacks included. ECO bus passes provided as needed.

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FUTURES ACADEMY (INCOMING 10TH-12TH GRADERS)

AUGUST 2 – 6

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Futures Academy is here to help you gain employability skills, grow as professionals, and gain experience. This camp will be mixed with fun outings and workshops. Lunch and snacks included. ECO bus passes provided as needed.

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CAMP COLLEGE (INCOMING 12TH GRADERS)

JUNE 28 – JULY 2

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

You are bound to achieve success. Join Camp College to gain the support and resources to help you get there. Participants will explore future pathways, learn everything about the college application process, gain tools for high school success, and go on a college trip. Lunch and snacks included. ECO busses provided as needed.

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