Summer Programs

School of Discovery

Summer 2017

Experience the fun of camp in single-day outdoor education events! Susque's summer classes are a great way to get outside and explore in the summer! All programs are taught from a Christian perspective by qualified teachers who seek to inspire youth and families to learn and discover God's truth.


2017 Programs: 

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June 8, 1:30-4:30 Kayaking/ Canoeing on Lycoming Creek All levels of experience are welcome on this canoeing/kayaking trip. An experienced  instructor will accompany the trip to ensure safety and fun! Wear shoes for in the creek. Adults attending this class must register. 6th +; 3rd-5th may attend with adult $9
June 15, 1:30-3:30 Watershed Exploration What are they, where are they, and why are they important? With the use of topographic maps each student will investigate the watershed they live in and we'll construct some models. We will also use a 3D Enviroscape model to look more closely at how the different parts of a watershed affect each other, and observe the possible sources and impact of water pollution and ways to prevent it. 5th-8th $8
June 29, 1:30-3:00 Susque Nature Hike Explore both the big and small details of God's creation on this hike. Participants will be challenged to use all of their senses to study the world around them, with special activities and tools that focus attention on individual senses. Parents are welcome to accompany students for free. K-4th $5
July 6, 1:30-3:30 En Plein Air -Middle + High School Painting Capture the beauty of the day in an open air painting experience. All levels of skill welcome. Adults attending this class must register. 6th+ $10
July 20, 1:30-3:30 En Plein Air - Elementary Painting Capture the beauty of the day in an open air painting experience. All levels of skill welcome. Adults attending this class must register. 3rd-5th $10
July 27, 1:30-3:30 Frog Dissection Learn about the anatomy of a frog through a hands-on dissection!  6th+ $9
August 3, 1:30-3:30 Wildlife Ecology Learn about the habitats and ecological roles of local wildlife through demonstrations, games, and a hike around camp. K-4th $5
August 10, 1:30-3:00 Stream Studies Part 1 Learn about some factors that affect water quality and explore the wildlife at the pond! Come prepared to get muddy! This class will complement Part 2, or can be a stand alone activity. 3rd-8th $8
August 10, 1:30-4:30 Local History Tour Travel with a guide to the nearby McIntyre area for an intriguing peek into some little-known local history. Bring water, and be prepared for walking and exploring. Adults attending this class must register.  6th+ $9
August 17, 1:30-3:00 Stream Studies Part 2 Learn about water quality in Lycoming creek with hands-on study! Please wear shoes that can be worn in the creek. This class will complement Stream Studies Part 1, or can be a stand alone activity. 3rd-8th $8

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