Academic Summer Camps
Explore Your Passion at a Higher Level
June 9-14, 2019
Academic Summer Camps offer high school students the chance to pursue their specific passion through academic learning and hands-on experiences at a higher level. Academic camps are open for students who have completed their sophomore or junior year.
The Camp Experience
Students get to:
- Live on campus with like-minded peers for one week
- Learn from experienced leaders about their area of interest
- Pursue their passion through hands-on learning
- Grow in faith and get a college-level experience
What to Expect
Dates: June 9-14, 2019
Cost: The cost of each camp is listed below. A $50 non-refundable deposit is due immediately upon registration to hold your spot. The remaining camp balance must be paid in full no later than May 15.
Who Can Attend: High school students who have completed their sophomore or junior year.
Dress Code: Modest casual attire-including jeans, shorts, and t-shirts-are acceptable for camp activities.
What to Bring: Download the basic camp packing list. Registered students will receive a full, camp-specific “What to Bring” list prior to their camp. All students must complete and bring their signed medical release form to registration.
Schedule: View the 2019 Academic Summer Camp Schedule.
Airport Shuttle Request: If you will need airport transportation, please contact Laura Armstrong (email@example.com). Students flying in for the Academic Summer Camps should arrive through the Fort Wayne or Indianapolis airport.
Academic Camp Offerings for 2019
Are human beings special? What are our moral duties based upon? Does religion belong in the public square? Is faith in God even rational?
Spend a week analyzing the works of thinkers like St. Augustine, C. S. Lewis, and Tim Keller in Taylor University’s Ethics & Apologetics Academy. In this academic summer camp, you will integrate faith and reason through deep discussions with fellow young scholars and experienced thinkers while building your critical thinking skills. Engage your mind with the most profound questions of our time, and discover how the biblical Christian worldview is not only reasonable but also profoundly practical for addressing these questions.
Register today and join the week-long discussion, starting June 9th.
Leader: Dr. Jim Spiegel
Experience what it means to thrive on the stage with Taylor University’s Musical Theatre Academy. This musical theatre camp focuses on the triple-threat of Broadway musical theatre: acting, voice, and dance. Work one-on-one with Taylor Theatre’s Managing & Artistic Director as she coaches you through staging and believable acting. Hone your singing performance in vocal workshops and individual lessons, and learn choreography in dance intensives. Finish the week with a showcase in Mitchell Theater.
In addition to sharpening your general stage presence and performance, our experienced Music, Theatre, & Dance faculty will teach you how best to prepare your body and mind for your upcoming theatre arts or musical theatre audition.
Tech track: Students interested in behind-the-scenes theatre work are welcomed to join Musical Theatre Academy to design sets, costume actors, and manage the stage. No performance can be produced without a strong tech team!
Performers and technicians of all skills levels are encouraged to register for Musical Theatre Academy.
Leader: Tracy Manning
Plunge into the world of film production with Taylor University’s hands-on Film Academy. Fueled by your creativity, this high-energy and fast-paced film production week will take you from concept, to scripting, through shooting and post-production editing. Get exposure to Taylor’s extensive inventory including the Sony FS-5 and the RED Weapon 8K. Take workshops with Taylor’s award-winning faculty members. Build relationships with fellow creative collaborators and finally, cap off your week by watching your work on the big screen.
Openings for the Taylor Film Academy are limited to the first 18 registrants. Register today.*
*Campers who participated in the 2018 Film Academy are welcome to return. Their curriculum will be modified to include advanced workshops.
Leader: Kathy Bruner
Questions or Concerns?
Contact Laura Armstrong at firstname.lastname@example.org.