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EXPLORE YOUR CREATIVITY THROUGH STORYTELLING AND BOOKMAKING!

Venturing beyond reading and writing, Page 15’s popular Young Writers Summer Camps gives authors in 2nd – 12th grades the opportunity to write, illustrate, and publish their very own book with help from published authors, editors and illustrators.  The Young Writers Camp is perfect for readers and writers of all abilities – from the budding young wordsmiths who love the process, to the reluctant writer who hasn’t yet found the know-how or interest in writing.

Spanning over the course of the summer, each one-week long camp encourages writers to explore their creative voices and write their very own stories. Throughout the week students experience a one-on-one art consultation with a professional illustrator and attend a reading and book signing with a local author. On the last day of every camp, students are given their own time on stage to read their story to a crowd composed of friends and family.

2019 Summer Camp dates:
June 3 – 7: Rising 2nd & 3rd graders
June 10 – 14: Rising 4th & 5th graders
June 17 – 21: Rising middle schoolers
June 24 – 28: Rising high schoolers
NO CAMPS DURING JULY 4TH WEEK
July 8 – 12: Rising 2nd & 3rd graders
July 15 – 19: Rising 4th & 5th graders
July 22 – 26: Rising middle schoolers

How & How much?
Registration and cost details will be available on March 4th, 2019.
Tuition: $190 per student (not including lunch).
Lunch (optional): $30 per student
Sibling Discount: When registering 2 or more students you will receive a 5% discount for every child. Use promo code: SIBLING5
Early bird discount: Get 5% off if you register before March 18! Use promo code: EARLY15

When?
Monday – Friday from 9am – 12:30pm

Where?
The Center for Emerging Media at the UCF downtown campus, 500 W. Bentley St. Orlando, FL 32801. Located in the heart of the new Creative Village in downtown, the Center for Emerging Media is home to a diverse group of teachers, learners and industry professionals in the digital media fields. Page 15 campers will have the opportunity to experience the expansive timeline of storytelling – from manual printing presses to virtual reality and video games.

“I have never seen my daughter so excited to participate in a program. I have taken her to art classes, gymnastics, after-school clubs, etc. But Page 15’s summer camp is by far her favorite. She yelled at me for picking her up 5 minutes early!”

Young Writers Camp Parent

“Page 15 has been the highlight of our daughter’s summer for the past two years. While she is here, her creativity is nurtured and she is encouraged in her love of reading and writing. She is also given specific tools to use to
help her in the creative process.”

Young Writers Camp Parent

“When my child got in the car after the first day of camp, he begged me to register him for the second week of camp this summer and next summer! And this was after being reluctantly dropped off that morning.”

Young Writers Camp Parent

They all have stories to tell.

At Page 15, we believe every child should have the opportunity to share their voice, and tell their story.

With your help, we can provide summer camp scholarships for up to 75 Orlando kids.