Summer Camps

 

Enrollment Code: SC017K6

MEMBER RATES
$75/week for 1/2 day (morning OR afternoon session), $125/week for full day. (morning AND afternoon session)

NON-MEMBER RATES
$125/week for 1/2 day (morning OR afternoon session), $200/week for full day. (morning AND afternoon session)

Discover some alternatives to traditional day care that can carry you through the summer months, while also keeping your kids safe, entertained, and engaged. Summer camps return to TGAI with one-week programs in fine and performing arts. Full and half-day sessions will nurture, cultivate and encourage the creative abilities in every child. Class sizes are limited, so registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

From clayworks, paper and painting techniques, to natural sculpture and mosaics, students will work on a variety of hands-on projects to stimulate their creativity and intellectual development in a safe, supportive environment. Your child will explore different forms of dance, while gaining fundamental skills for enjoying movement. Dance camps offer many fun and exciting activities from learning new dance routines to experiencing a variety of dance styles and choreography. Children will develop storytelling and performance skills naturally through a series of improvisational games and exercises. They will build their concentration, self-confidence and problem-solving while they work on a short play for in-class performance.

 

To be eligible for members pricing, you must first purchase a membership. Introductory memberships are effective September 1, 2017 through August 31, 2017. You can purchase a membership HERE.

If you are already a member, please login first, and then choose the class you are interested in on this page.

 

To continue registration as a non-member, either choose "Register by Mail" to download a registration form and send a check,

Register by Mail

OR

Fill out the form below, and choose "Register with PayPal". You will complete the transaction through PayPal's secure shopping.

 

Choose Your Program

First, choose a half-day or full-day program.

Then choose one session from morning or afternoon for a half-day program, or pick one from each for a full-day program. Be sure to use the correct table for the week and grade level you are registering for.

Week 1 -
June 19-23
Grades K-3 Grades 4-6
Morning Session 9:00-11:30 Morning Session 9:00-11:30
W1AK3ART Art
W1AK3DAN Dance
W1A46ART Art
W1A46THE Theater
Afternoon Session 12:30-3:00 Afternoon Session 12:30-3:00
W1PK3ART Art
W1PK3THE Theater
W1PK3ART Art
W1PK3DAN Dance

 

Week 2 -
July 10-14
Grades K-3 Grades 4-6
Morning Session 9:00-11:30 Morning Session 9:00-11:30
W2AK3ART Art
W2AK3THE Theater
W2A46ART Art
W2A46DAN Dance
Afternoon Session 12:30-3:00 Afternoon Session 12:30-3:00
W2PK3ART Art
W2PK3DAN Dance
W2P46ART Art
W2P46THE Theater

Provide Registration Information

Student's Information

Full Name     Date of Birth
Address     Present Grade
City State Zip
     
Mother's Information

Name
Address (if different)
Email Address
Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone
     
Father's Information

Name
Address (if different)
Email Address
Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone
     
Emergency Contact Information

First Contact
Phone Number

Name

Relationship to Student
Second Contact
Phone Number

Name

Relationship to Student
Third Contact
Phone Number

Name

Relationship to Student
     
Medical Information

Allergies Dietary Needs Disabilities Medications
     
By registering, parents and students agree to the following:
  • Students must arrive 10 minutes before class time, and parents must arrive 10 minutes before the end of class. Do not be late. This will allow class to begin as scheduled with all students present. More than one late arrival may lead to student’s dismissal. Children may not leave the building without a parent/guardian.
  • Student must dress appropriately for class; dance attire for dance, “messy” clothes for art, etc.
  • Parents are encouraged to relay any questions, concerns, or conflicts to the director of the program.
  • Cell phones and electronics are not to be used and must be turned off during class! They may only be used during breaks.
  • There is no tolerance for class disruption from students or parents. This includes but is not limited to; foul language, loud or obnoxious behavior, discrimination towards any student, parent, assistant, teacher, director, or TGAI representative. Any of the above or similar may result in student’s dismissal from program.
  • We ask for parents not to stay in classrooms during class time.
  • Parents may be asked to volunteer time.
  • Totts Gap Arts Institute is a smoke-free facility.

    By registering for any program at Totts Gap Arts Institute (TGAI), you certify that you have read, understand, and agree to the above rules and requirements, and to the best of your knowledge have filled out completely and accurately all information requested. You also certify that the above named student has been examined recently by a physician, is physically fit, and has no pre-existing condition which would prohibit participation in the program. You authorize the TGAI faculty or its representative to obtain emergency medical treatment for the above named student if necessary, and you agree not to hold TGAI, its directors, faculty, staff or their representatives, in any way liable. You have provided the administration with a list of any medications taken on a regular basis and the reasons for taking them. You agree to be responsible for prompt and timely payment of any and all tuitions and fees due TGAI for the above named student. You understand that there are no refunds for early withdrawal and that tuition credit may be granted for students who have to withdraw for medical reasons. TGAI has your permission to photograph, videotape or film this student for promotional purposes.