This week long residential camp for girls in grades 10-12 will help young ladies turn their passions and ideas into action and help set them on a path to a career and life they'll love.
Join us for the Fall Refresher Youth Swim Program! All swim programs are led by instructor Michael Creason, a retired assistant professor in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at WCU.
This residential camp is for all high school and undergraduate saxophonists. Camp activities include performance in solo, chamber, and ensemble music settings, private lessons, study of jazz and contemporary techniques, and classes in improving musicianship and performance.
Explore the fascinating world of programmable robots using LEGOs. This day camp is for rising 5th through 7th graders. Students will explore the technology behind robotics while building and programming with LEGO building sets.
Rocket to Creativity will engages children in fun but challenging activities that
promote creative thinking and problem-solving. Children will be working in small groups
with a ratio 1:4, providing a personalized creative experience for each child.
WCU's annual Summer Symposium with the Pride of the Mountains Marching Band is held every July. Open to high school students, spots fill up quickly and interests tracks include Drum Major, Wind, Percussion, Color Guard, Rock and Record.
Triple Arts is a unique musical theater intensive designed to give aspiring performers, at any level, the opportunity to work directly with top industry professionals. Thank you for joining us this past summer and we hope to see you in Summer 2019 as we challenge students ages 15-22 to reach new levels of personal achievement.
Rising 1st and 2nd graders will enjoy reading aloud, shared writing experiences, small reading groups as well as learning strategies they can apply during the school year. The students will enjoy lunch and snacks each day.
Take a step back in time as we explore mountain life from long ago! From candle making to beekeeping, quilting to traditional farming, writing with quill pens to using old time slates, kids ages 9-11 will experience life from a different perspective.