SUMMER CAMPS GENESIS ARTS 2018:
Registration $25 a person or $30 per family, Current/Spring Clients Free Enrollment
Cost for Full Day 9 am-4 pm $350 for 1 week, $630 for 2 weeks, $845 for 3 weeks, $1120 for 4 weeks
Cost for Half Day $160 for 1 camp, $300 for 2, $440 for 3, $580 for 4
Before Care, After Care, and Lunch for Half Day campers $10 per hour or weekly rate of $35
*Complimentary Lunch care for campers enrolled in two half day camps in the same week!
**All camps culminate in a performance on the last day of camp. See what we learned all week!
June 11-16 -Sophia the 1st Dance Camp: 9 am-12 pm ages 3-6, Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop, Arts and Crafts
Moana Dance Camp: 1-4 pm, ages 3-6 Ballet, Acrobatics, Jazz, Arts and Crafts
June 18-22- Frozen Dance Camp: 9 am-12 pm ages 4-8, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Arts/Crafts
Sunny Days Dance Camp: 1-4 pm, ages 4-8, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Arts and Crafts
Dance Intensive: 9 am- 4 pm, ages 8-up, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Acrobatics, Modern, Contemporary, Dance History, and Musical Theatre (Required for Competition Team Members)
June 25-29- “Little Princess” Musical Theatre Camp: 9 am–4 pm, ages 8-16, Acting, Singing, Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary
Lego Dance Camp: 9 am-12 pm, ages 3-6, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Acrobatics, and Lego building
Shimmer and Shine Dance Camp: 1-4 pm, ages 4-8, Ballet, Jazz, Acrobatics, and Hip Hop, Arts/Crafts
July 2, 3, 5, 6 Broadway Dance Camp 1: 9 am-4 pm, ages 4-7, Acting, Singing, Jazz, Tap, Theatre History, Arts and Crafts
Broadway Dance Camp 2: 9 am-4 pm, ages 8-18, Acting, Singing, Theatre History, Jazz, Tap, and Ballet
July 9-13- Competition Camp 1: Required for all team members and recommended for anyone who wants to improve in multiple dance styles, 9 am-4 pm, ages 5-10, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Hip Hop, Acrobatics, Contemporary, Musical Theatre, and Dance History
Competition Camp 2: Required for all team members and recommended for anyone who wants to improve in multiple dance styles, 9 am-4 pm, ages 11-Adult, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Hip Hop, Acrobatics, Contemporary, Musical Theatre, and Dance History
July 23-27-Hip Hop/Contemporary Intensive: 9 am-4 pm, ages 10-18, Hip Hop, Jazz, Modern, Acrobatics, Dance History, and Contemporary
Ballet Intensive: 9 am-4 pm, ages 6-10, Ballet, Character, Modern, Variations, Ballet History, and Costume Design
July 30-August 3 –Fairy Dance Camp: 9 am-12 pm ages 3-6, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Singing, Arts /Crafts
Doc Mc Stuffins Dance Camp: 1-4 pm. ages 3-6 Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop, and Acrobatics
August 6-10- “Free To Be” Musical Theatre Camp: 9 am–4 pm, ages 6-10, Acting, Singing, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary
Princess and Pirates Dance Camp: ages 3-6, 9 am-12 pm, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Acrobatics, and Acrobatics
Ballet Cat Dance Camp: 1-4 p.m., ages 3-6 Ballet, Tap, Acrobatics, Jazz, Arts and Crafts
August 13-17 Dance Intensive: 9 am-4 pm. Ages 8-up, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Acrobatics, Modern, Contemporary, Musical Theatre, and Dance History
Summer Camp Top Ten Questions!
- What does my child need to bring?
Dance attire, dance shoes, a t-shirt for crafts, water bottle, and healthy lunch or snack.
- What do the students wear?
Female ballet students need a leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet slippers. Pointe students need to have pointe shoes in good repair. Convertible tights are recommended so students can be barefooted for modern and acrobatics. All female students should have a leotard and tights. Young men may wear shorts and a t-shirt. Students may wear leggings or shorts in some classes at the discretion of the teacher. Hair should be pulled back for dance and in a bun for ballet.
- What shoes are required?
Each camp has a listing of what forms will be studied. If ballet is listed, ballet slippers are required. You can use ballet slippers for jazz additionally. Tap shoes are required for tap. You can wear clean lightweight sneakers for Hip Hop if you don’t have Hip Hop sneakers.
- What if my child is allergic?
We ask that the children do not share snacks. We ask that parents chose snacks that are healthy and easy clean up. We ask for the studio to be a peanut free zone to insure maximum safety.
- What time is drop off?
A student, who is not in before care, can be dropped off up to ten minutes before the start of camp. Students who need to be dropped off earlier than ten minutes prior will need to sign up for our before care service. Before care service begins at 7:45.
- What time is pick up?
Students are to be picked up promptly at the end of their camp. Any student left waiting may be charged an after care fee since staff would have to be paid to be their guardian until an adult arrives. After care goes from 4 pm to 5 pm. If students prefer, they can take a class after camp and the parents will not be charged for the time in between.
- Who can pick my child up?
Please give send us an email or direct communication in the morning if a child is to be picked up by someone other than their parents to insure their safety. A note with the child is also helpful.
- What time is our camp performance?
Each camp will have performance on the last day of camp. Students will make invitations. They are usually held on the last day of the camp and within a half hour or fifteen minutes before pick up. Occasionally this changes if a large group will not attend the last day of camp.
- What will they be doing?
Each camp has a different theme. Within that theme, we will be creating crafts, dances, and a show that showcases that theme. Each day will allow them bathroom breaks, drink breaks, and the rest of the time is focused in classes. Lunch time is great hour for socializing, doing crafts, and resting between being physical.
- What is the one thing you want parent’s to know?
Please don’t send in sodas, candy, and expensive electronics. It’s difficult to keep track of everyone’s belongings. Please label all items including lunch boxes, attire, and shoes so we can find out whose item it is easily and prevent loss. The idea of these camps is to fully engage with others for social and physical wellness. We can do it without IPads, IPhones, and a Kindle. Let’s enjoy each other’s company.
Studio Policies :
Insurance: All students of our programs should have medical insurance since all our offerings are physical in nature. It is recommended that students consult a doctor before participating in any physical activity. Genesis Arts LLC, Lori Struss-Weatherly, and her staff will not be responsible for injuries and illness that result from participation in our offerings. All clients should follow the suggested guidelines for participation, study, and training. Students who do not train year-round increase their possibility for injury, particularly at the higher levels of training.
Missed/Make Up Classes: We welcome students to make up classes at any time while they are currently enrolled in our programs. We suggest getting a suggestion for a class with similar level and material to insure the best use of your time and tuition. Students may not attend make up classes after dis-enrolling from our programs. Make up classes are not transferable to another student or family member.