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SPRING CAMP REGISTRATION
We are currently accepting early-bird registration for Spring Camp campers in Kindergarten through 6th grade, and CITs in 7th-9th grade. Spring Camp runs one week, March 25-29 from 8:45am-3:15pm (with FREE extended care 8:00am-4:00pm). We welcome campers in grades Kindergarten to 6th, and CITs in grades 7-9. The early-bird costs for campers are as follows:
SPRING EARLY-BIRD PRICING:
Campers sign up now: $300/week (extended through February!)
Beginning March 1st: $375/week
The camper daily rate is always $85/day.
The CIT weekly rate is always $180/week.
Go now to les.campbrainregistration.com and register as a camper or CIT!
SUMMER CAMP “FLEX WEEKS” – AND COUNSELORS WANTED!
Summer Camp Los Encinos will run 7 weeks beginning June 17 for all kids entering 1st grade through 6th grade. Buy “flex weeks” now to get the early-bird savings without having to know which weeks you want to attend. Refunds will be available until May 1st. Any payments not applied to this year’s camp session will stay on your camp account and may be applied to future sessions.
SUMMER EARLY-BIRD PRICING:
Sign up in January/February: $325/week
Beginning March 1st: $395/week
CITs (students entering grades 7-9) this summer will cost $225/week.
If you are 16 years of age or older and would like to apply to be a COUNSELOR, go to les.campbrainstaff.com.
Movie Page Added
Check out the new Camp Movie Page which displays some of the awesome movies campers have been making in the iMoviemaking and Stop-Motion classes!
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Spring Camp was Spectacular!
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Winter Camp was Wondrous!
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In the Media
Excerpt from “Teaming Up at Summer Camp” in LA Parent Magazine:
Whatever the activity, packing teams of campers into small groups is key. “We’ve found that the smaller group activities are where the strongest bonds of friendship are formed,” says Jonathan Beckmann, Assistant Head of Los Encinos School, where Camp Los Encinos features traditional camp activities plus enrichment classes. “Jewelry-making class, for instance, challenges the campers to work together to string colorful beaded necklaces and bracelets, which they often gift to each other,” he says. “LEGO Robotics requires programming skills that set one robot team against another in a type of remote-control wrestling match. The interaction and collaboration prompted by these creative endeavors unites the children in the cause of a common goal.”