School Vacation Program Descriptions

Immersive challenges

During February and April Vacation Weeks take on challenges that are also fun. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) in concept, each vacation week is different. Try building a geodeisic dome, or a racing sculpture. Learn programs for 3D printers, or understand the various ways scientists and artists classify the world.


Sustainable + Environmental Urban Design

Instructor: Nancy Hart

Sustainable + Environmental Urban Design

In this 4-day architecture intensive, students will cover the basic principles of Sustainable + Environmental Urban Design. Artists will have the chance to work both in team oriented projects, as well as individually design based projects keeping in mind the principles of STEAM.

  • Environmentally-friendly building materials. A sustainable architect typically chooses to use environmentally-friendly building materials. …
  • Energy and resource efficiency. …
  • Efficient use of space.
  • Use of Natural Resources

Note that a portion of this class will be held offsite (permission slips will be emailed after registration).

Woodworking Intensive

Instructor: Angela Kimberk
Grades 3 – 5
Tuesday – Friday
1:30 – 5:30 pm
April 16 – 19, 2019

Use a drill, a saw, and a hammer!

Join us for 4 days of woodworking with Instructor Angela Kimberk. Students will be introduced to handling woodworking tools and techniques. Woodworkers will have the opportunity during this intensive to work continuously on large scale projects through out the week. This class is designed for new and returning students. Please bring a nut-free snack for your child during their break.