Welcome to Spintronix Color Guard! We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) education organization with multiple branches in fine arts and youth development. Our organization is very active in the fine arts community both online and in-person as we run camps, clinics, competition teams, and virtual courses.Continue reading “Spintronix Color Guard”
Eight Week Curriculum submitted by International Licensed Instructor Mrs. Suzette Sweatt
OVERVIEW & PURPOSE
Our programs use special low impact exercise rebound shoes called Kangoo Jumps. The program is designed for children to embrace and enjoy a healthy lifestyle via games, activities, dance and movement. The duration of each class is 60 minutes. Our purpose is to incorporate more health and fitness with our children. To help aid in the decrease of child obesity while motivating them to work out in a fun capacity while providing a positive health maintenance. Continue reading “SweattBoxx Wellness Center, LLC”
Teen Summer Expos is a circuit of winter events in MA, NY, and NJ that provide students and parents with the opportunity for face-to-face conversations with reputable summer enrichment program directors. Continue reading “Teen Summer Expos”
Camp Sonshine is an award-winning, county, and state licensed; AmericanCamp Association (ACA)accredited Christian day camp in Maryland. We provide both summer day camp and year-round programming such as Before And After School Care, for school-aged children in Montgomery County.
Our programs are tailored to meet the developmental needs of each age group that we serve. We handpick our staff from all over the world that love working with youth and who intentionally model the kind of behavior parents want their children to emulate.
Founded in 1910 as a traditional girl’s overnight camp, Mataponi has been proudly enriching young girls’ lives for over a century. Rich in tradition, the spirit of the girls of the past 100 summer’s lives on today in a warm, nurturing environment that promotes the development of each child’s individual and personal growth. Continue reading “Camp Mataponi”