Tri-County’s licensed teachers use their industry expertise to teach campers about everything from Engineering Technology to Cosmetology. During the week-long camps, students will learn how to program a video game, build like an engineer, or cook like a chef. These creative activities allow campers to refine valuable STEAM skills during the summer months.
“Parents and teachers agree, summer is the perfect time to enjoy activities that interest our children and continue authentic learning,” said Jean George, Director of Vocational Education at Tri-County. “Tri-County Summer STEAM Camp offers opportunities to have fun and become familiar with 21st century careers.”
Several of Tri-County’s most popular camps, including Minecraft Camp and Engineering Camp, will be offered once again this year. We are introducing an Art Adventures Camp that will offer students to learn about graphic design. Full camp descriptions are available on the high school’s website.
Camps will be offered in five, one-week sessions beginning on July 17 and ending on August 18. The cost of each camp will be $210. Enrollment in each program is limited to students entering grades 6, 7, and 8 in September 2017. Students living in the Tri-County District are given preference for enrollment. Early registration is highly recommended as the camps are expected to fill up. All programs are subject to adequate enrollment.
A completed registration form and payment in full must be received in order to be registered. To learn more or to register, visit http://www.tri-county.tc/Summer-Camps.
Tri-County RVTHS, located at 147 Pond Street in Franklin, is a recipient of the High Schools That Work Gold Achievement Award and serves the communities of Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, North Attleborough, Plainville, Seekonk, Sherborn, Walpole, and Wrentham.