Math Camp


12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

July 24th – 28th, 2023
Upper School Building (Room TBD)
Tired of just variables, numbers, and equations in math class?  Want to make some awesome mathematical art instead?  We’ll find out how to make curves out of only straight lines, discover why there are only 17 types of wallpaper patterns, get lost in mazes of our own design, and even try our hands at solving an unsolved problem.  Come learn how math can produce some very beautiful patterns and shapes AND get the chance to make some mathematical art yourself!
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Computer Camps

Computer Camp, Introduction to Google Suite and Coding

10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

July 17-21, M-F

In the Upper School, our students must use computers for various reasons, including the use of email and word processing for paper-writing. In addition to basic computer use, I would like to teach and equip our students with the skills they need so that they are confident and able to complete classwork. I would also like to introduce them to computer coding so that they might identify whether it interests them or not.

Together, during our Camp, we will begin with a quick review of (or introduction to!):

  • Google Drive folder and file directory
  • Gmail: sending and receiving emails
  • Google Docs’ word processor
  • Google Sheets and Slides
  • Proper typing form on a “QWERTY” keyboard
  • Basic computer programming concepts with drag-and-drop code blocks and the Adafruit Circuit Playground microcontroller
  • Basics of C++

Our Camp will meet in the Spring Meadows Computer Lab of the southwest Upper School Building. Students must bring a laptop or pad with a qwerty keyboard.

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Computer Camp, Web Applications

July 24-28, M-F

10 am – 12 pm

This camp is an advanced topic for experienced coders that will pursue several web applications including making a server and client device, hosting a web server, hosting a website to send and receive data on a microcontroller.

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Drama Camps

for rising 7th-12th graders

Singing in the Rain Musical Camp

1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

June 26-30


Learn soft shoe tap dancing and more while you are singing in the rain during the heat of the summer!   Grow in confidence, make new friends, and have a lot of fun as we dance, sing, and act at Highlands Latin School’s Summer Musical Camp. Students 7-12 will enjoy this week of camp where they will gain skills in acting, singing, dancing, and art. The campers will provide a very short performance at the end of the week for family and friends. Sign up for the afternoon camp, IMPROV, and make it a full day of fun! ($250 for both).

40 camper maximum

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for rising 7th-12th graders

Let’s Improv! Acting Camp

5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

June 26-30


Let’s Improv! If you want to laugh lots, improve as an actor, or just become a more courageous person, Improv camp is where you want to be. This camp provides a safe place for students to experience the fun of acting without the stress of memorizing lines and months of rehearsals. The end result is that students who really want to give acting a try will gain the courage to audition. This camp also helps students become more comfortable in social settings. The campers will have the opportunity to participate in a short Improv Show at the end of the week for parents and friends. Sign up for the afternoon and evening camps and get a discount! ($250 for both)

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What people say

“My son has participated in the HLS Drama Camps for two years.  Each week was enjoyed and he learned to come out of his shell a bit.”

“My eighth-grade daughter has been attending HLS drama camps since their inception. For a child who refused to talk to anyone outside the family, she was challenged to come out of her shell during camp as she was given the opportunity to play various roles. Camp is a great outlet for her.” 

“The highlight of the week was the performances which were amazing! The highly talented staff were able to teach students a great deal of material in order to pull off a great production in just one week!”

“These camps (through great leadership) help teach responsibility, build character, and increase confidence through the drama skills taught.”