• Summer Camp

A Higher Degree of Fun!

WELCOME TO HIGHLANDS SUMMER CAMP!
 
Highlands School’s Higher Degree of Learning does not end when the school year is over. We offer a quality summer program as well. Highlands summer camp offers challenging activities, talented teachers and the great variety that you have come to expect from Highlands School. Camp is open to all students entering Kindergarten through the 8th grade, regardless of the school they attend during the school year. We now have some options for rising 4K and our Counselor-in-Training program for rising 7th through 11th grade.
 
At Highlands, we offer unique opportunities, some specifically tailored to your child’s age group. All camps indicate the grade the child will be attending in the fall. We strive to offer camps and activities that will enable your child to continue to learn while having a great time!

ENRICHMENT CAMPS (Costs vary)
Our Enrichment Camps include active, artistic, academic and just plain fun choices and are subject specific like karate, chess, coding or American Girl. Be sure to note that we offer morning sessions, some afternoon sessions and some full day camps! This year most full day camps include lunch. As always we have some new camps as well. Please look through the catalog or see below for camp descriptions, ages, costs and dates. Please also note the times each camp begins and ends.

TRADITIONAL DAY CAMP ($160, 12pm-4pm)
If you're in need of regular full day care this summer, each week we offer Traditional Day Camp for Kindergarten through 6th grade that includes a lunch, weekly themes, trips to the pool (1st-6th grade), outdoor play time, activities and exciting, creative projects. This year we are offering afternoon sessions ($160). They will be divided according to age (some groups may combine if numbers are low). Traditional Day Camp is offered every week. It can be paired with a morning Enrichment camp to make a full day of camp.

SEEKERS: Kindergarten
TRAILBLAZERS: 1st-2nd Grade
PIONEERS: 3rd-6th Grade

Each group will be directed by teachers and summer camp staff who are ready to make your camper's summer the best it can be! Campers can also mix and match Enrichment Camps with Traditional Day Camp. See the catalog for more information.
 
Contact Mrs. Gabe McCool with any questions about summer camp via email or at (205) 956-9731 ext. 105.

Enrichment Camp descriptions below. 

Summer Camp 2019!

Summer Camp 2019 Week 1-June 3-7

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • Dr. Seuss Adventure / Ages: Entering 4K-K / 9am-12pm

    Campers will travel through some of their favorite Seuss books, while strengthening their bodies and imagination! Ms. Laurie Watson will guide campers through games and art activities to support important preschool gross motor skills: jumping, balancing, pedaling, catching and much more. We might balance apples on our heads, go swimming with the fish, or even turn into green eggs with yoga... but we promise not to Hop on Pop! Join us as we get moving and explore the dynamic world of Dr Seuss!
  • Kids Canvas / Ages: Entering 1st -3rd Grade / 9am-12pm

    Do you love painting, drawing, and art? If you answered yes, join Ms. Carlee Lewis for a week of fun at Kids Canvas art camp! We will make crafts, paint, and let our creativity shine. You will learn about watercolor and acrylic painting and create marvelous masterpieces to take home at the end of the week. You will learn about color mixing, brush strokes, and basic painting techniques. At the end of the week you will have colorful canvases and several projects that will be yours to take home.
  • Up, Up and Away-Engineering Extravaganza / Ages: Entering 2nd-5th Grade / 9am-12pm

    You're not going to want to miss this! Come join in on the fun as we design, create, test, and refine a variety of flying machines! Campers will create a shock absorbing system to protect marshmallow astronauts in a lunar vehicle, create their own air-powered rockets, assemble a catapult, build a tower to resist a simulated hurricane, create Propeller-Powered Zipline Racers, and much, much, more! These hands-on activities that encourage creativity and innovation, will make your summer extra special! Taught by Mrs. Thibodeaux.
  • Stop Motion Movie Camp /  Ages: Entering 2nd-8th Grade /  9am-4pm (Full Day)

    Stop motion is a powerful animation technique that makes static objects appear to be moving. Campers will use stop motion apps to create simple two-dimensional and/or three-dimensional animations using Legos, Clay and drawings. They will also be able to define the concepts of placement, framing, direction, speed and story telling. This camp teaches ways to link the fields of ART, DESIGN and DIGITAL technology. Hands on art exercises and games will help students improve their computer skills and creativity. This camp includes a trip to the movies and lunch. Taught by Helga Mendoza.
  • Counselor in Training Leadership Camp / Ages: Entering 7th-11th Grade / 9am-4pm (Full Day)

    The Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program at Highlands provides an opportunity for middle and high school students to develop leadership skills in a comfortable atmosphere. Interested students who will be entering grades 7th - 11th will learn what it takes to be a counselor in our summer program and enhance their leadership abilities. CIT campers learn about working with children in a summer camp environment, including obtaining first aid and CPR certification. Following training, CITs will be matched with Highlands summer camps as a Junior Counselor based on camp needs, volunteer interest and availability. Space in CIT Leadership camp is limited to 20 students. Volunteer assignments for newly trained Junior Counselors will be made June 9th and 10th. Lunch included.

Summer Camp Week 2-June 10-14

List of 4 frequently asked questions.

  • Dino Camp / Ages Entering 4K-K / 9am-12pm

    Calling all Dino lovers! Experience all things dinosaurs! We will play dinosaur games, make dinosaur crafts, and read and learn about our favorite dinosaurs. Join us for an unforgettable adventure into the world of dinosaurs! Taught by Laurie Watson. 
  • American Girl / Ages: Entering K-5th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Are you an American Girl™ at heart? If so, join Mrs. Thibodeaux and bring your favorite American Girl™ doll (or another favorite doll) and enjoy a summer camp that is perfect for you! This camp will be filled with crafts, games, tea parties, and fashion shows. All, of course, centered around your favorite American Girl™ Doll! Learn more about some hip and historical American Girl™ Dolls. Each day, we will enjoy learning about different dolls, their hobbies and interests, and where they like to travel. Crafts will include making different accessories for you and your doll to enjoy! We will all have fun enjoying getting comfy for movie time and popcorn while enjoying an American Girl™ movie. No need to have a doll, but bring one if you do, along with any other American Girl™ Doll things you might have. You do not want to miss out on this!
  • Showstoppers Musical Performance Camp / Ages: Entering K-6th Grade /  9am-12pm

    Let’s put on a show! Showstoppers is a high energy class that gives students a chance to learn, explore and perform like some of the great stars from the past and present. We’ll select 2-3 songs, add some moves, props, and set décor, then perform on our last day of camp. In addition to performing the students learn to run the show from behind the scenes too. Join us this summer for an unforgettable time on stage! 
  • YouTube U / Ages: Entering 3rd-8th Grade / 9am-4pm (Full Day)

    Do you have a favorite YouTuber? Have you dreamed of having your own channel someday? Before you go there, you need to be ready. In YouTube University you'll learn a lot about internet safety, plus how to make and edit your own movies and screen casts. You'll spend time learning what's okay to post, and how and where to post it safely. We will also talk about how to stay safe when looking for new YouTubers to subscribe to, and what to remember when it's time to comment. But we'll create too! You'll learn how to film screen captures and how to make and edit your own movies. YouTube U will prepare you for the day when you're ready for a YouTube channel of your own! This full day camp will have built in screen breaks and time for playing outside too. Led by camp favorite Tynley Baker. Camp includes lunch. 

Summer Camp Week 3-June 17-21

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • Young Rembrandts Pastel Drawing:
    Pattern and Design-A World Tour / Ages: Entering 1st-6th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Explore multicultural art in our Worldly Artistic Designs workshop. We begin our world tour in Mexico as we draw several welcoming, colorful doorways. Next, we journey to Africa and explore the design intricacies of African crafts. Our artistic enlightenment doesn’t stop there; we’ll move on to design Paisley patterns, an ancient design embraced by many cultures. Then, Asian paper lanterns will shed light on the Far Eastern design styles. Our travels end in Russia as we illustrate a mainstay of Russian architecture – the onion dome. These classes will be messy fun, so dress appropriately. Enroll today! 
  • Clay and Play w/ Helga Mendoza / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Clay and Play is a camp designed to encourage campers to learn not only ceramic techniques but also concepts across curriculum through play and fellowship. Campers will improve their motor skills while they experiment building mazes, roller coasters, and buildings. Other projects include animals, pots and masks. This camp is for all levels of expertise and ages. All of the work will be done with air-dry clay.
  • The Knight School Chess Camp / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Join Chess Coach David Brooks for a week of intensive chess instruction designed to target beginning and intermediate players. The week will consist of daily tournaments using state-of-the-art electronic chess clocks, and special summer belts earned as students move up in ability. As parents of enrolled students will attest, Daily Puzzlers, Toast Games (in which Coach demonstrates the level of ferocity that should characterize every attack), and the liberal distribution of candy for correct answers combine to generate a fun, competitive environment in the classroom. 
  • JIKC Karate / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Japan International Karate Center is a step-by-step training program guided by the moral principles of traditional Japanese Karate, which allows you to develop your human potential in body, mind, and spirit. Enjoy the benefits of discipline, physical fitness, concentration, self-awareness, relaxation, and self-confidence that training at the JIKC can offer. The purpose of JIKC training is “Not to conquer others, but to conquer the weaknesses within oneself.” Belt exam on Friday. Parents are welcome to attend. Exam fee included in camp costs (some exceptions may apply).
  • Camp Code / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-4pm (Full day) K-1st will only attend 9am-12pm

    Come on let’s Code! How many lines of code have you written? Are you ready to write some more? Never tried it but want to? Students of all ages are welcome in Camp Code. Using a variety of age appropriate online resources, and lots of visual programming, we will learn the fundamental concepts of computer science: conditionals, loops, abstraction, all while having fun, fun, fun! Campers will build community, explore computer programming, and see their ideas come to life on the screen. So register early, because we are bringing up a whole new generation of programmers. Taught by Highlands own, Tynley Baker. Lunch included.

Summer Camp Week 4-June 24-28

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • Think and Play LEGO® Camp w/ Ms. Gentle / Ages: Entering 4K-K Only / 9am-12pm

    Join Highlands’ favorite Ms. Gentle for a camp tailored for rising 4K and 5K campers only. Does your child like to play with LEGO® bricks? How about scavenger hunts and playing games? Then join Ms. Gentle for these and other exciting activities using LEGO® bricks. Children will have fun playing with LEGO® bricks while at the same time learning to think critically and problem solve. Communication skills like listening, articulation, and confidence will be practiced in conjunction with creativity. 
  • Little Explorer Science Club / Ages: Entering 1st-2nd Grade / 9am-12pm

    Kindergarten and 1st grade students are invited to explore the wonders of science with Miss Danielle. Little Explorers Science Camp is filled with songs, stories, investigations, and hands-on science experiments sure to stimulate the natural curiosity in your child.
  • Kids Stage w/ Jill Marlar / Ages: Entering K-6th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Kid’s Stage is a class designed to capture the creativity and imagination that is natural to all children. Each morning will consist of warm-up exercises, acting games, concentration games, and simple stage directional terms. Skits and improvisational activities are a part of each day’s fun-filled class as well as developing a short play for an end of week performance. Campers will have access to props and costumes to bring out their “character!” Plus, parents are invited to their performance on Friday morning at 11:30am.
  • PhotoBLAST Birmingham! w/ Helga Mendoza / Ages: Entering 2nd-8th Grade / 9am-4pm (Full Day)

    PhotoBLAST is about making memories while learning history, biology and design. Campers will go on field trips to some of the most fun places in Birmingham; Birmingham ZOO, Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Southern Museum of Flight, and the BMOA and immortalize their experience using any available digital camera or device. Campers will have the opportunity to download and edit the photographs on a computer. They will also learn about digital editing apps and how to create a presentation using the photographs taken during the fieldtrips. Camp includes transportation to and from Highlands School, admission to the attractions and guided tours. Campers should bring any digital camera or device, chargers, power cables and or batteries and a brown bag lunch each day.
  • Gaming 101 / Ages: Entering 3rd-8th Grade / 9am-4pm (Full Day)

    In Gaming 101 campers will use the fundamentals of computer programing to create original video games, animations, and interactive stories using the programing language SCRATCH. Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT. Learning to use the powerful programing tools in Scratch helps kids think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively - all essential skills for life in the 21st century. Gaming 101 is a perfect follow up and extension of Camp Code for rising 3rd graders and older. Taught by camp favorite, Tynley Baker. This camp includes lunch.

Summer Camp Week 5-July 8-12

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • Clay and Play w/ Helga Mendoza / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Clay and Play is a camp designed to encourage campers to learn not only ceramic techniques but also concepts across curriculum through play and fellowship. Campers will improve their motor skills while they experiment building mazes, roller coasters, and buildings. Other projects include animals, pots and masks. This camp is for all levels of expertise and ages. All of the work will be done with air-dry clay.
  • JIKC Karate / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Japan International Karate Center is a step-by-step training program guided by the moral principles of traditional Japanese Karate, which allows you to develop your human potential in body, mind, and spirit. Enjoy the benefits of discipline, physical fitness, concentration, self-awareness, relaxation, and self-confidence that training at the JIKC can offer. The purpose of JIKC training is “Not to conquer others, but to conquer the weaknesses within oneself.” Belt exam on Friday. Parents are welcome to attend. Exam fee included in camp costs (some exceptions may apply).
  • The Knight School Chess Camp / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Join Chess Coach David Brooks for a week of intensive chess instruction designed to target beginning and intermediate players. The week will consist of daily tournaments using state-of-the-art electronic chess clocks, and special summer belts earned as students move up in ability. As parents of enrolled students will attest, Daily Puzzlers, Toast Games (in which Coach demonstrates the level of ferocity that should characterize every attack), and the liberal distribution of candy for correct answers combine to generate a fun, competitive environment in the classroom.
  • Young Rembrandts Drawing Workshop-Master Artists / Ages: Entering 1st-6th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Spend time learning about and replicating some Master Artists with Young Rembrandts. We will draw a variety of awe-inspiring images from many familiar artistic masters, all while exploring different drawing media. We will create a large scene reminiscent to Roy Lichtenstein’s “Still Life with Figurine” from 1974. We will explore the many ways to illustrate shadow and light using techniques that Lichtenstein used. On Day 2, we become caricaturists and create unique cartoons of many famous artists. The final day allows us to explore pastels chalks as we learn about Paul Cezanne and his mastery of light and color. We become Masters ourselves! No experience necessary. Please wear an old shirt or smock on the last day. 
  • Draw, Paint, Print / Ages: Entering 2nd-8th Grade / 1pm-4pm (Afternoon)

    "Art and design are essential to humanizing technology…You need both in order to create balance and fuel true innovation.”
     
    This camp is inspired by Marion Deuchars’s book Let's Make Some Great Art. Campers will discover new ways of making art by being introduced to several accomplished artists, learning about the methods, materials and ideas that made up their masterpieces and how these can be applied to one's own creations.
    By the end of the week you will have your own portfolio with works in a variety of techniques such as ceramics, printmaking, painting, drawing, and collage. 
    This camp includes a field trip to the Birmingham Museum of Art. Taught by Helga Mendoza.
  • Camp Halfblood / Ages: Entering 3rd-8th Grade / 9am-4pm (Full Day)

    Demigods! Improve your chances of surviving monster attacks! Attend Camp Halfblood! Do strange things happen when you least expect them? Do you find reading English tricky sometimes? Do you suspect some of your teachers are secretly monsters? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be a demigod. One of your parents is probably a Greek god. Every demigod should join Percy Jackson – son of Poseidon – and Ms. Baker – daughter of Athena – for Camp Halfblood where children of the gods come together to play capture the flag, explore the gods' junkyard, encounter mythic monsters, and navigate the labyrinth. Campers may take trip to local pool.

Summer Camp Week 6-July 15-19

List of 7 frequently asked questions.

  • Play-Scribble-Write / Ages: Entering 4K Only / 9am-12pm

    Campers will join Highlands School favorite Ms. Laurie Watson and have fun playing while working on skills necessary to be successful in their upcoming school year. Open only to rising 4K students, this camp is specifically geared toward working on fine motor skills like those needed to hold and use a pencil or crayon correctly or to cut paper. Campers will have fun scribbling to music, finger painting and playing with play dough. They will also build letters with lines and curves while developing language, math and social skills. Of course there will be time for snacks and some free play time as well. Pre-writing skills will be the focus but having fun working together will also emphasize cooperation and other social skills for this age group. Come have fun and learn with Ms. Laurie! 
  • Showstoppers w/ Jill Marlar / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Let’s put on a show! Showstoppers is a high energy class that gives students a chance to learn, explore and perform like some of the great stars from the past and present. We’ll select 2-3 songs, add some moves, props, and set décor, then perform on our last day of camp. In addition to performing the students learn to run the show from behind the scenes too. Join us this summer for an unforgettable time on stage! 
  • Story Craft (Creative Writing) / Ages: Entering 2nd-8th Grade / 9am-12pm


    Join Ms. Anita Debro of Bright Ideas Creative Writing and Enrichment for a fun-filled week of creative writing and crafts that spark storytelling. Campers will create their own silly story generators, make a magnificent magnetic poetry set and hand craft their own writing journals. Campers will also dive deep into their imaginations to write and tell stories together and as a group and explore the fun and creativity in bullet journaling. Bright Ideas provides all materials and a selection of healthy snacks.
  • Minecraft / Ages: Entering 1st-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Love Minecraft? Then this is the camp for you! Level up in Minecraft Camp. We will play together in the world's largest virtual sandbox on our own safe and private server. During camp we'll create, explore and use our problem-solving skills to work on whole camp, group, and individual projects. Experience the fun of building with friends. Each camper will need access to a PC/Mac version of Minecraft. Prior to camp please purchase the game at Minecraft.net unless you already have it. Each student will need to know how to log in to his or her personal Minecraft account prior to camp. School laptops will be available, but campers are welcome to bring their own. Campers will need to bring a mouse if they prefer that to a trackpad. Campers may attend morning and afternoon sessions. Led by camp favorite Tynley Baker.
  • A Week in the Wizarding World: Harry Potter at Highlands! / Ages: Entering 2nd-5th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Calling all wizards! Your presence is requested for a spellbinding summer camp filled with fun. Join us for a magical time as we construct wizarding wands, hold a quidditch tournament, and hunt for horcrux! Highlands’ own sorting hat will decide your house fate. You will be able to challenge your friends Harry Potter knowledge in the trivia competition! We will also search around Highlands for lost owls from Eeylops Owl Emporium! You may wear wizard attire, or, if you prefer, dress in the muggle manor. Join Mrs. Thibodeaux and don’t miss out on this amazing adventure!
  • Minecraft / Ages: Entering 1st-8th Grade / 1pm-4pm (Afternoon)

    Love Minecraft? Then this is the camp for you! Level up in Minecraft Camp. We will play together in the world's largest virtual sandbox on our own safe and private server. During camp we'll create, explore and use our problem-solving skills to work on whole camp, group, and individual projects. Experience the fun of building with friends. Each camper will need access to a PC/Mac version of Minecraft. Prior to camp please purchase the game at Minecraft.net unless you already have it. Each student will need to know how to log in to his or her personal Minecraft account prior to camp. School laptops will be available, but campers are welcome to bring their own. Campers will need to bring a mouse if they prefer that to a trackpad. Campers may attend morning and afternoon sessions. Led by camp favorite Tynley Baker.
  • ARTFULNESS w/ Helga Mendoza / Ages: Entering 1st-8th Grade / 1pm-4pm (Afternoon)

    The act of creating can be very relaxing and calming. This camp provides the tools and the space for campers to fully immerse themselves in painting, drawing and sculpting projects, while encouraging to practice mindfulness by channeling the attention to productive tasks, sustaining motivation, handling frustrations and understanding and managing emotions. Breathing exercises and mindful meditation will be practice daily as well as brief yoga sessions.

Summer Camp Week 7-July 22-26

List of 7 frequently asked questions.

  • Think and Play LEGO® Camp w/ Ms. Gentle / Ages: Entering 4K-K Only / 9am-12pm

    Join Highlands’ favorite Ms. Gentle for a camp tailored for rising 4K and 5K campers only. Does your child like to play with LEGO® bricks? How about scavenger hunts and playing games? Then join Ms. Gentle for these and other exciting activities using LEGO® bricks. Children will have fun playing with LEGO® bricks while at the same time learning to think critically and problem solve. Communication skills like listening, articulation, and confidence will be practiced in conjunction with creativity.
  • Make It, Take It Art Camp w/ Jill Marlar / Ages: Entering K-8th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Taught by local artist Jill Marlar, campers dive right into 3-4 art projects each day tapping into their imagination while exploring a wide array of materials. From 3D design to drawing, we offer the camper a chance to make each project their own and of course have fun with other budding artists. Project examples include 3D robots and rooms, famous artist painting studies, still life drawings, and self portrait fiber art. 
  • Stop Motion Movie Camp /  Ages: Entering 2nd-8th Grade /  9am-12pm

    Stop motion is a powerful animation technique that makes static objects appear to be moving. Campers will use stop motion apps to create simple two-dimensional and/or three-dimensional animations using Legos, Clay and drawings. They will also be able to define the concepts of placement, framing, direction, speed and story telling. This camp teaches ways to link the fields of ART, DESIGN and DIGITAL technology. Hands on art exercises and games will help students improve their computer skills and creativity. This camp includes a trip to the movies. 
    Taught by Helga Mendoza.
  • A Day at the Spa / Ages: Entering K-7th Grade / 9am-12pm

    Come spend the week with us at spa camp. Here we will have fun, relax and make ourselves simply FEEL GOOD! We will have daily yoga, meditative activities and make healthy snacks like smoothies, trail mix, fruit faces and more. Spa treatments will include hand, feet, face & head massages, using scrubs and essential oils; plus we will make take home accessories to help you bring your calm home! Taught by Annie Damsky of Villager Yoga.
  • Etiquette for Girls / Ages: Entering 3rd-8th Grade (girls only) / 9am-12pm

    Enroll your daughter in an energizing, positive and memorable camp for young women! There is always room to improve the confidence and empowerment of girls in modern society. We will spend the week working on enhancing image, evaluating inner strengths and promoting self- worth. Girls will learn a variety of etiquette skills and confidence exercises. Specific examples include correcting posture, grooming standards, table manners and strengthening communication. This camp is open to girls from all backgrounds and promises a graceful experience led by Faith Landers Woods of Faith Woods Events, a Certified Etiquette, Image and Protocol Consultant. Faith was trained at The Protocol School of Washington and has multiple years of experience in her field. Her clients have competed successfully in local high school pageants, Distinguished Young Woman and The Miss Alabama System. She also works publicly with Marriott Hotels and universities across the state. She has been featured as a commentator in No'Ala Magazine for her etiquette expertise and in the fall, her business will be featured in The Scout Guide, as one of Huntsville's best businesses. Supplies, snacks and drinks provided. 
  • Art of the World / Ages: Entering 1st-8th Grade / 1pm-4pm (Afternoon)

    The fact that there are different cultures found throughout the globe is what makes our world so wonderful. This camp is for those interested in learning more about other cultures by studying their art. Every day campers will be exposed to a different country’s music, literature and art and create an artwork inspired by that. The goal of this camp is to open the minds of the campers to the wonderful diversity of this planet and take them on a path to be better citizens of the world. A trip to the Museum of art will be included in the camp. Taught by Helga Mendoza
  • Etiquette for Boys / Ages: Entering 3rd-8th Grade (boys only) / 1pm-4pm (Afternoon)

    Enroll your son in an energizing, positive, and impactful camp for young men! There is always room to improve the polish and leadership of young men in modern society. We will spend the week working intensely on table manners, grooming standards, promoting self-worth and strengthening communication. Some specific examples of instruction include interacting maturely with adults, polishing everyday physical appearance, how to tie a tie and utensil usage for a variety of dining standards. This camp is open to young men from all backgrounds and promises a solid learning experience led by Faith Landers Woods of Faith Woods Events, a Certified Etiquette, Image and Protocol Consultant. Faith was trained at The Protocol School of Washington and has multiple years’ experience in her field. She has been featured as a commentator in No'Ala Magazine for her etiquette expertise and in the fall, her business will be featured in The Scout Guide Huntsville, as one of the best businesses in the city. Supplies, snacks and drinks provided. 
Counselor-in-Training Program for rising
7th-11th graders.
Check-out the catalog for more details. 

 

Summer Camp Hours

Morning Care: 7:15am - 9am
Morning Camps: 9am - 12pm
Traditional Day Camp: 12pm - 4pm 
Afternoon Camps: 1pm-4pm
Full Day Camps: 9am-4pm
Afternoon Care: 4pm - 6pm
Highlands School, 4901 Old Leeds Road, Birmingham, AL 35213, (205) 956-9731
Highlands School's 'whole child' approach to education and commitment to academic excellence, creative expression, and leadership development prepare and motivate students in grades 4k through 8 to make a positive difference in an ever-changing world. Located in Birmingham, Alabama, Highlands School holds dual accrediation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Southern Associations of Independent Schools (SAIS).

For more information, visit www.highlandsschool.org.