Summer Camp Policies and Procedures

Intro to Computer Coding Using Arcade Game Design
June 18-22 & June 25-29 MWF 9am-4pm TR 9am-1pm Decatur
July 16-20 and July 23-27 MWF 9am-4pm TT 9am-1pm 9am-4pm Decatur
Ages 12-18

SAT/ACT Math Review Camp
June 25-29  9am-12noon Buckhead
July 23-27 9am-12noon Decatur

Fun with Spanish Camp
June 11-15 and July 9-13 9am-12noon Decatur
July 30-August 3 9am-12noon Buckhead
Ages 6-11

Geometry Boot Camp
June 11-15 1pm-4pm Decatur
July 16-20 1pm-4pm Buckhead

Mad for Art Camp
June 25-29 9am-1pm Decatur
June 18-22 and July 2-6 9am-1pm Buckhead
Ages 6-11

Leap into Literacy Camp
June 6-11 and July 16-20 9am-12noon Buckhead
July 9-13 9am-12noon Decatur
Ages 5-8

Get Ready for Middle School Math Camp
June 25-29 1pm-4pm and July 23-27 9am-12noon Buckhead
July 16-20 9am-12noon Decatur

Download Summer Camp Registration Form

Reserve your spot by phone, mail, or online. For assistance with course registration or general questions about the summer camp program, please call our office at 404-949-9373.

Register by mail by downloading the Summer Camp 2018 Registration Form and mailing it along with your payment

Register Online by filling in the form below, submitting your payment, and bringing a completed Summer Camp 2018 Registration Form on the first day of camp.

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Intro to Computer Coding through Arcade Game Design Camp

Computer Coding Camp caters to the beginners and to those with some experience by offering a two-week option. Both weeks are stand-alone experiences, so come for one, or both.
In the first week, students learn and review fundamental computer programming concepts by building their own arcade game, including object-oriented coding / event-driven processing (like most modern platforms) and produce a working stand-alone product. The group will collectively build a game app archetype (a homage to an arcade classic) chosen for its accessibility and coding opportunities.  Participants will be supported and encouraged while developing their own individual “spin” on the mentor-directed project.
In week two, we explore the basics of other game types: block-puzzles, shooting gallery, the platform world (optionally with scrolling screens), vector graphic concepts/intro to 3D graphics, and 2.5D isometric constructs.  Rather than a fully developed mentor-directed app, participants will assemble a starter toolkit for building their own more advanced creations.
A real benefit from the class will be the sense of accomplishment that comes only from the completion of a task requiring hours of focused effort – along with the advantages of working with peers in reaching that goal.
Participants will need a Windows PC (XP, Vista, 7/8/10) and we provide the (open license) software. A limited number of laptops can be provided for in-house work for free, but students in that case should provide their own USB stick/thumb drive for maintaining projects (only ~64 MB will be used, at most).
For Ages 12-18

SAT/ACT Math Review Camp

We will review fundamental math topics from middle and early high school math classes that students need to have mastered to ensure success on the math portions of the SAT and ACT.

Get Ready for Middle School Math Camp

This summer program is designed to ensure that your student will be
prepared for middle school math. The program will consist of a
comprehensive review of all math topics which should have been
mastered upon the completion of 5th grade, including the following:
Quick and accurate multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers
Division of numbers up to four digits by two digit numbers
Using exponents to express powers of 10
Reading, writing, and comparing decimals to the thousandths
Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals to the
hundredths place
Writing and interpreting mathematical expressions
Adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators
Multiplying and dividing fractions by whole numbers and other
Measuring area and volume using multiplication and addition

Geometry Boot Camp

Geometry Boot Camp will review some of the most pertinent concepts from Algebra and then go on to present topics from the beginning of the Geometry curriculum.


Mad for Art Camp

In art camp students will create original pieces based on the works of the masters suitable for framing. Media used will include encaustics, drawing, painting, fiber arts and collage.

Leap into Literacy Camp

Leap into Literacy takes a fun approach to reading, writing, and vocabulary strategies. Campers will explore these strategies in shared and guided reading sessions using various genres of fiction and non-fiction and by getting creative in writing centers that focus on storytelling and expanding their vocabulary.


Fun with Spanish Camp

Campers will enjoy hands-on learning through games, songs, arts and crafts, and much more while developing their language skills in Spanish.

Summer Camp Policies and Procedures

Registration, Fees, and Refunds
All fees should be paid at the time of registration by check or through our online registration system.  Full refunds will be credited back to the original method of payment for cancellations made before June 1st.  After June 1st, refunds will be given at 75% for cancellations made more than one week before the start of the camp and at 50% for those made within one week.  No refunds will be given for cancellations made after the camp has begun or for missed days.  Tutors reserve the right to cancel any camp due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. If a camp is cancelled, registrants will be notified immediately and given a full refund of fees.

Students must be picked up at the designated end time of each camp. Parents must inform tutors of all individuals authorized to pick up students from the program. Minors will not be released to anyone not designated by parent.

A one hour break will be given for lunch. Students must either bring their own lunch or be responsible for purchasing one at any of the local restaurants.

Tutors may dispense medications to participants provided parents give written permission and instructions. Parents of students with severe allergies are required to give written notice prior to the start of the camp.

Behavior Expectations
Participants are expected to be respectful and courteous to one another and the tutors at all times and to take part in all scheduled activities. Misuse or damage of any property is unacceptable. Charges will be assessed for any such misconduct. All participants must abide by the following regulations and standards of conduct prohibiting:
Possession or use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs
Possession of fireworks, guns, and other weapons
Stealing, disruptive behavior, or violence of any kind
Hazing, bullying, or harassment
Inappropriate use of cameras, imaging, and digital devices
Those in violation of any of the above will be withdrawn from the program and the parent contacted to pick up the child immediately.  No refunds will be given for students released due to rule violations.