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The Annandale Campus of Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) is hosting College for Kids, with day camps for all ages and interests.
* Theater Camp. Pick either the four-week session, which will produce "Annie," or the six-week camp, where "Little Shop of Horrors" is brought to the stage. Both camps start Monday, June 21, and meet from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. (While there are no restrictions on enrollment, "Annie" is suggested for actors between the ages of 8 and 12; campers 13 to 17 years old are encouraged to sign up for "Little Shop of Horrors."
* Cyber Camp. Children will take apart a computer to see how it works, construct a working robot with Legos, create a Web page and design a computer game. Cyber Camp, for ages 10 through 17, features four modules: PC construction, Web page design, computer gaming, and Legos and robotics. Each camp is two weeks long. Sessions start Monday, July 12, Monday, July 26, and Monday, Aug. 9. Hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
* Academic Camps. Power Academy, for grades 1 through 8, focuses on developing English and math skills, but finds time for cultural history, art, basketball and soccer instruction as well. The four-week sessions are offered twice: From Monday, June 28 to Friday, July 23, and Monday, July 26 to Friday, Aug. 20. Students attend Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m.-noon. Academic Enrichment, for high school students, is a Standards of Learning prep camp concentrating on the core subject areas: English, science, foreign language and history. (The Virginia Department of Education requires that high school seniors must pass all parts of the SOL test in order to graduate.) Classes run from Monday, July 5, through Friday, Aug. 6 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
* Sports Camps. Soccer. NVCC and partner The Corner Kick Company bring "Circle of Masters" coaches and electronic learning techniques to these soccer camps for ages 8 to 16. Children can attend for either a half-day (9 a.m.-noon) or full-day (9 a.m.-4 p.m.) session. The dates: from Monday, July 5 to Friday, July 9, and from Monday, Aug. 9 to Friday, Aug. 13. Basketball. Five-Star Basketball presents a girl's (ages 10 to 18) camp Monday, July 12 to Friday, July 16 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. For boys ages 10 to 15, the camp starts Monday, July 19 and runs through Friday, July 23. Five-Star uses high school coaches and works with campers individually to help them improve their game.
To register or for more information visit www.nvcc.edu/annandale/continuing/kids.htm or call 703-323-3102. The Annandale Campus is located at 8333 Little River Turnpike.
Registration is open for "Summer Art Camp 2004" in Burke. Camp meets at the Woods Community, Burke Centre 1100 Wards Grove Circle and at Accotink Unitarian Church, 10125 Lakehaven Court, Burke. Art Camp is open to children 8 years old and older. Campers explore clay, sculpey, needlepoint, weaving, mat board designs, decorating T-shirts, drawing, watercolor and Chinese brush painting from 12:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Crafts & Drawing Fun Camp for 5-8 year olds: Campers explore crafts as decoupage, mixed media flower pot, yarn bottle, tie-dye shirts, paper maché tree as well as draw and watercolor paint. Monday through Friday, from 9:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Drawing Camp for 8 year olds and older: Campers extend their drawing abilities with varied media: pencil, charcoal, oil pastel, color pencil and explore different subjects as faces, still life, landscape, cartooning, from 9:30 to 11:45 a.m. Four sessions available: June 28-July 2; July 12-July 16; July 26-30 (no 5-8 year olds); and Aug. 2-6. To register or for information call Carol Zeitlin at 703-250-6930 or visit www.geocities.com/czeitlinschneier.
Lake Braddock Secondary students Yasemin Arikan, Mike Ayers, Matthew Boyer, Kristin Brock, Hannah Burlingame, Paula Kim, Soyoung Kim, Tony Mikesell, Andy Minor, Whitney Rice, Michael Roberts, Ben Robinette, Sharon Siviy, Alexander White, Chaeyoung Yeom, and Carol Yu, qualified for the 126 member FCPS All-Virginia Band and Orchestra for 2004, and performed in Blacksburg earlier in April. Two Lake Braddock students, Bryan Case and Sarah Prince, joined the 2004 FCPS All-Virginia Chorus, a group of 65 students, and performed in Richmond in late April.
Hayfield Secondary students Kristen Garaffo, Daniel Paris, Claire Tozzi, Matthew Scarborough, Mathan Shropshire, and Jillian Yoerges, were members of the FCPS All-Virginia Chorus for 2004, and performed in Richmond in late April with the 59 other students in the chorus.
West Springfield High students Ben Foster, Andrea Kopstein, Emily Miller, and Justin Moore were among the 126 musicians selected for the 2004 FCPS All-Virginia Band and Orchestra. The group performed in Blacksburg earlier in April. West Springfield High students Dan Plehal and Eric Verchot joined the 65 member FCPS All-Virginia Chorus performed in Richmond in late April.
Woodson High School students Rachel Becker, Patrick Dorsey, and Matthew Goldenberg qualified for the 126 member 2004 All-Virginia Band and Orchestra. They joined the group for a performance earlier in April in Blacksburg. The 65-member FCPS All-Virginia Chorus for 2004 included Woodson High School student Nicole Abel, who performed with them in late April in Richmond.
Jonathan Earley of Fairfax was among 62 students selected to participate in Phase II of the Kennedy Center's Dance Theatre of Harlem Residency program. He is a student at Daniel's Run Elementary.