Engaging academic programming
combined with fun camp activities!

FOR CAMPERS ENTERING FOURTH TO SEVENTH GRADE


 Meadow Breeze Academic Adventure Camp is for families who want an option that combines both camp activities and academic programming. With our 4th-7th graders in mind, we have created a schedule that includes engaging educational activities combined with fun camp activities throughout the rest of the day. Avoid the summer slide!

Academic Adventure Campers will start their day at Lexington Christian Academy's beautiful North Campus (265 Lowell Street), and end their day with camp activities at LCA's Main Campus (48 Bartlett Ave). Please take note of these two separate locations for drop off and pick up. 

Interested in working at Meadow Breeze Camps? 
Now accepting applications for camp staff* for Summer 2021. 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

*Must be 17+ to apply.

Session Dates

Session 1:  July 12th -16th

Session 2:  July 19th -July 23rd

Session 3:  July 26th -30th

Session 4:  August 2nd - 6th

Session 5:  August 9th - 13th

COST: 

$550/week

We require a nonrefundable $150.00 deposit per session per child at the time of enrollment.

The balances for all sessions are due by June 1, 2021.

 

What To Expect

Campers entering grades 4 and 5 will have two hours of academic instruction throughout the each camp day. They will have one hour of reading fluency centers and one hour of math fluency centers. Between classes, campers will participate in fun camp activities like swimming, archery, and rock climbing!

Campers entering grades 6 and 7 will choose between two options for their academic programming. Please see all the options below. 

 

COVID SAFETY POLICIES
 

 

For Campers Entering Grades 6 and 7

Campers entering grades 6 and 7 have get to choose one of two options for each summer session. Please see the options below. 
 

    


 Session 1: July 12 - 16


 

OPTION 1:

Breaking News: Multimodal Journalism 

Wanted: Detective crime correspondents to help solve and report on the unfolding events of a dramatic, ever-evolving, mysterious crime. Come and be a part of the crime scene as you solve clues each day and learn what it takes to be a multimodal journalist through podcasting, television broadcasting, print article writing, and more! 

Teacher: Rebecca Lefroy, LCA Middle School English Teacher

OPTION 2:

General Music 

Campers will learn about basic elements of music and the progression of music in America from the late 1800’s to present day. We will listen to, and talk about various genres from jazz to rock. Campers will be able to identify key elements of music that make music enjoyable to listen to and be able to discuss why they like certain genres of music.

Teacher: Dr. Matthew Visconti, LCA Instrumental Music Director

 


Session 2: July 19 - 23


 

OPTION 1:

Problem Solving

Learn how to be a problem-solver! While learning various strategies, campers will put their brains to the test while solving physical puzzles, word problems, logic problems, and complete STEM activities. 

Teacher: Linda Beals, Retired LCA Middle School Math Teacher

OPTION 2:

General Music 

Campers will learn about basic elements of music and the progression of music in America from the late 1800’s to present day. We will listen to, and talk about various genres from jazz to rock. Campers will be able to identify key elements of music that make music enjoyable to listen to and be able to discuss why they like certain genres of music.

Teacher: Dr. Matthew Visconti, LCA Instrumental Music Director


Session 3: July 26 - 30


 

OPTION 1:

Mathematical Foundations

This general mathematics class is designed to reinforce the basic skills of arithmetic through group activities and games. Using the beginnings of algebra, ratios, and geometry to reinforce the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), campers will work with signed (positive and negative) integers, fractions, and decimals.
 

Teacher: Linda Beals, Retired LCA Middle School Math Teacher

OPTION 2:

Debate 

Campers will have debates about the important things in life! What is the best ice cream flavor? Xbox or PlayStation? Winter or Summer? In groups, campers will learn how to research, collaborate, discuss, present, and debate all in one class. It will be up to the campers to convince the teacher who is right!

Teacher: Dr. Matthew Visconti, LCA Instrumental Music Director


Session 4: August 2 - 6


 

OPTION 1:

Problem Solving

Learn how to be a problem-solver! While learning various strategies, campers will put their brains to the test while solving physical puzzles, word problems, logic problems, and complete STEM activities. 

Teacher: Linda Beals, Retired LCA Middle School Math Teacher

OPTION 2:

Debate 

Campers will have debates about the important things in life! What is the best ice cream flavor? Xbox or PlayStation? Winter or Summer? In groups, campers will learn how to research, collaborate, discuss, present, and debate all in one class. It will be up to the campers to convince the teacher who is right!

Teacher: Dr. Matthew Visconti, LCA Instrumental Music Director


Session 5: August 9 - 13


 

OPTION 1:

Breaking News: Multimodal Journalism 

Wanted: Detective crime correspondents to help solve and report on the unfolding events of a dramatic, ever-evolving, mysterious crime. Come and be a part of the crime scene as you solve clues each day and learn what it takes to be a multimodal journalist through podcasting, television broadcasting, print article writing, and more! 

Teacher: Rebecca Lefroy, LCA Middle School English Teacher

OPTION 2:

Introduction to Music Theory

Campers will learn the basics of reading, writing, and understanding music. We will go over the musical alphabet, clefs, scales, basic chords, and how to read music. Campers do not need to know how to play an instrument, but it would help if they did. 

Teacher: Dr. Matthew Visconti, LCA Instrumental Music Director


The information on this website is subject to change. Guidelines surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continue to change rapidly. We are prepared to pivot our plans and protocols as needed.    
  

   

FAQ

  
Questions about Meadow Breeze?

EMAIL: summer@lca.edu
PHONE: 781-862-7850 x350