Summer is the perfect time to try something new, dive deeper into a current interest, fine-tune math and English skills or fulfill required courses in a more relaxed environment. Altamont offers a wide array of quality classes, taught by our outstanding faculty, that are both educational and fun.
Altamont’s six-week program is open to rising 1st through 12th graders. It includes three separate sections of two-week classes: June 5-16, June 19-30 and July 3-14. Early and after hour care is available. Registration opens February 1 at altamont.recdesk.com.
Credit courses: High school credit courses for rising 9th-12th graders include Altamont-required half-credit courses in Speech, Laboratory Technology, and Health. Full-credit courses are offered in Honors Geometry and ninth grade Honors Ancient and Medieval Civilizations.
Elective classes for rising 3rd-8th-grade students include photography, theater, cooking, astronomy, and gaming, as well as enrichment classes in math and English. One of our exciting new offerings this summer is a creative writing/gaming course with Lou Anders, award-winning author of the Thrones & Bones books and game.
Sports and music camps: Our popular basketball and soccer day camps are open to players of all skill levels in rising 1st-12th grade. Music offerings include rock band camp, band camp, and string camp.
Whether it’s enrichment, enlightenment or entertainment, Altamont has what your child needs most this summer: something constructive to do. Enroll today! Registration and course information at altamont.recdesk.com.
Questions? Contact Dr. Josh Barnard, Summer Program Director, at email@example.com.
Phone 1: 205-879-2006
Minimum Age: 6
Maximum Age: 18
Year Established: 2017
Average Cost Per Week:
Varies based on camp
Camp Length: Two-week sessions
Season Starts: July 5, 2017
Season Ends: July 14, 2017
Camp Activities: Art, Computer, Cooking, Digital Media, Language Studies, Music, Photography, Science, Team Field Sports, Theater