This summer, we have a very active summer program including academics, arts, and athletics camps as well as trips to Zambia, Alaska, and the Yukon. There are also several Seattle-area groups that are putting our space to good use.
The June camps included Black and White Photography, Clay, Portfolio, and Vocal as well as volleyball and basketball. CHECK OUT THE GALLERY July will include sports camps, soccer camps, and the Intro to Middle School camp. In addition, the Seattle Storm held practice in the gym on several days.
Later this month, we are also offering a pre-release screening of the documentary “The Long Journey,” created by recent alumni Trevor Dunnigan ’19 and Robert Herbolich ’19, about the Rwandan genocide. The inspiration of the film began with an interview of a Rwandan woman, Benigne, who now lives in Seattle. Trevor and Robert traveled to Rwanda last summer and interviewed her family and other community members. Benigne and her parents will be in attendance at the screening on July 28 in the Arts Center. The evening begins at 5 PM with the film starting at 5:40 PM.
In August, we will partner with Stone Soup Theatre to offer a Hamilton Camp as well as a Comedy! Comedy! Camp. Both camps include evening performances in the Arts Center. In addition, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Northwest Fisheries Science Center will hold a retreat in the Middle School Building. We still have openings in our remaining summer camps. Register here! And check back with us soon for an article about the summer trips.