Summer School at UNC Pembroke is not just for traditional and non-traditional students.
At UNC Pembroke, we offer a range of Summer Programs for folks 6 to 18 years old -- ranging from entrepreneurship, college preparation to several sports.
- Educational Field Trips with Transportation Activities and Fun Reports
- Indoor Games
- Outdoor Sports
- Field Days
- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (Residential Camp)
Here's what we are offering Summer of 2018, along with applications to each camp. For each camp, simply click on the application link, print it out, fill it in and fax it to 910.775.4005 or scan the completed form and email it to email@example.com.
June 18-22 - Rising 1st-4th graders
June 25-29 - Rising 5th-8th graders
Monday -Thursday 8:30am - 4pm & Friday 8:30am - 12pm
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke offers rising 1st to rising 8th graders the opportunity to join the Junior Braves program for a week of fun, creativity and problem solving. The Junior Braves program is designed to motivate and inspire young learners to explore and excel at challenging activities. Junior Braves will be introduced to UNC Pembroke and a variety of academic and technological skills. Enrichment classes provide opportunities for students to increase their knowledge and improve academic skills. The academically challenging classes are designed to foster development of independent learning strategies as well as offer new experiences, discoveries, challenges and excitement.
UNCP All-Sports Camp
UNCP All-Sports Camp provides a combination of both planned and optional activities to give kids exposure to a variety of sports and recreational activities. The summer camp is designed for youngsters ages 7-12 and it will provide group instruction in a variety of sports including basketball, soccer, track, softball, volleyball, kickball, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, and flag football. The camp is staffed by UNCP faculty, athletes, and experienced counselors, and the focus is on fun. This multi-sport camp will provide a safe and fun environment for kids to play sports they already enjoy as well as try new activities.
Engineering Camp Pembroke
July 23-27 - Rising 6th-8th graders
July 30-August 3 - Rising 3rd-5th graders
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
UNC Pembroke offers week-long summer day camps for youth in the region. Campers learn what engineering is all about through hands-on, creative investigations and design activities.
COST: $200. Each session is limited to 36 students. Accepted applicants will receive notification of due date.
College Bound: SAT Summer Institute
July 8-13 - Rising 10th -12th grades
The SAT Summer Institute is an intensive test prep program that provides students with the tools they need to prepare for and ace the SAT. The condensed one-week format is a convenient way for students to develop essential test-taking tools. Students receive in-depth review of the exam materials, insight into strategies for succeeding on standardized tests, and a comprehensive study plan.Students will spend the morning on test preparation and the afternoon shifts experiencing dozens of other enrichment courses. In addition, students can learn how to apply for financial aid and scholarships, and gain the skills and confidence they need to succeed. Students will also experience college life by staying overnight in one of UNCP’s dorms.
The UNC Pembroke Department of Music is excited to offer our very first Summer Music Camp in 2018! Students in grades 9-12 (including those entering 9th grade in Fall 2018 and seniors graduating in 2018) will choose their large ensemble (concert band, choir, string orchestra, or piano), and will also have opportunities for small ensembles and other classes and activities. Private lessons with UNCP music faculty will be available. A final concert will be given on the last day of camp.
Kids in the Garden
June 19-30, Monday - Friday, 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. (lunch and snacks provided).
The Kids in the Garden program, funded by Burroughs-Wellcome, is a STEM program for 7th – 12th grade students from Bladen, Cumberland, Richmond and Robeson Counties as well as the surrounding area to investigate the mystery of colony collapse in honey bees at the UNCP campus garden and the importance of pollen and pollinators in the environment. Students who participate in the program experience STEM-related content to its fullest extent! Students conduct research in a college setting; take field trips such as to Bayer’s Bees, the Bahr lab, collect water and kayak down the Lumber River, visit a commercial bee operation, Cape Fear Botanical Gardens, to learn about the importance of honey bees, pollen, and pollinators, conduct research at Sampson’s Landing, Lumber River Conservancy and the UNCP Campus Garden. Students participate in science competitions in the spring and become a part of UNCP campus events such as Earth Day. For additional information please contact either Dr. Rita Hagevik at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-741-9523 or David Wimert at email@example.com or visit Campus Garden for application forms.
For additional information, contact the Kids in the Garden team – Dr. Rita Hagevik at firstname.lastname@example.org.