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Winston Salem Christian School Summer Camp Adventure

Map3730 University Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
336-759-7762
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  • Summer Day Camps

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June 8th - August 14th7:00 a.m. - 6 p.m. Summer Fun Kids Camp - For students who have completed Kindergarten through Sixth Grade! This camp is designed for young children to be actively involved and entertained throughout the ten weeks of summer vacation. Each morning will begin with devotions where we will sing and worship together, ten throughout the day our children will experience all types of activities based on the theme of the week and spark of academics. Our week includes an outside adventure or field trip. Children will engage in a variety of outdoor activities, along with social interaction among their fellow campers. Specialty Camps - For various ages (to be announced at the Camp Showcase)! These camps are designed for children to be actively involved and entertained throughout their summer vacation. Each morning will begin with devotions where we will sing and worship together, campers will move to their specific specialty camp that is designed for certain sports, activities, or academics. Lunch and two snacks are included in these camps.

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County: Forsyth

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