From nature connection, to art, to beach trips and more, our nine weeks of summer camps at Anneliese were a blast. Here are some snapshots from the summer and all of the unplugged fun that was had by our campers at our Willowbrook Campus.
Our Nourishment Program Director and chef, Andrew Johnson, kept our summer campers cool by offering fruit-based shaved ice.
Our parkour structure provided endless play and nature connection on our grounds at Willowbrook.
The Fashion Camp children made their own tie-dye shirts, among other apparel.
Musical Theater campers rehearsed, directed and performed a musical about cats and dogs for other campers.
Our Ocean Camp-goers hit the beach every day and learned about the ocean and tidepools, too.
One week, campers assisted Chef Andrew Johnson in holding a Farmers Market to sell produce harvested from our school’s own local farm, Rebel Mountain.
The students set up a farm stand, learned supply and demand, merchandising, operating a point of sale, weights and measurements, produce identification and stages of ripeness, customer service and more.
Misters kept campers cool on hot days in the Laguna Canyon.
Children in Musical Theater camp created a backdrop for their set to take their performance to the next level.
Art, creativity, and nature connection were on constant rotation throughout the summer.
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