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Jul 11 - 22, 2022 | Ages: 13 - 15
Advance Camp is a rite of passage program that serves campers who are making the exciting important transition from middle school to high school. The purpose of Advance Camp is to build meaningful relationships and provide challenging experiences that will ultimately encourage students as they “advance” to make following Christ the foundation of their lives.
Needs based scholarship Residential Leadership
Jun 20, 2022 - Jul 8, 2022 | Ages: 14 - 18
The first few days of the program are spent at HoneyRock where your team will get to know one another and practice basic outdoor technical skills. You will then drive to the Boundary Waters or to the Keweenaw Peninsula. The day begins with a morning devotion and quiet time followed by breakfast. Then, your team will pack up camp and get going for the day! After canoeing to the next campsite (you might see some wildlife along the way!) you’ll set up camp, relax, cook good food, and partake in community worship and discussion. You’ll see the night sky as you’ve never seen it before – maybe even catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights! The final day(s) will be spent back at HoneyRock for reflection and closure. You’ll experience life at HoneyRock and engage with other high school campers.
Leadership Residential Needs based scholarship
Jun 12, 2022 - Aug 6, 2022 | Ages: 15 - 18
This is your camper's training ground. At the conclusion of the two years in this program, we campers will be ready to launch out of their homes and into whatever the Lord is calling them to step into next. We want this program to serve as the catalyst for them to make the commitment to walking as faithful influences, who are equipped and ready to navigate the complex world today.
Residential Leadership Needs based scholarship
Jul 11 - 22, 2022 | Ages: 14 - 18
An introductory experience in painting begins with methods of underpainting and various approaches to paint handling. The work is from direct observation, while also encouraging each student’s individual imagination and self-expression. Participants are introduced to a variety of painting surfaces, wash techniques and textural manipulations. Class projects seek to promote an understanding of the use of color, the importance of composition and the means to represent volume. Working primarily with acrylic, the focus is on indoor still-life displays and the external environment.
Needs based scholarship Academic Arts Residential
Jul 11 - 22, 2022 9:30am - 4:30pm | Ages: 14 - 18
This course covers basic principles of various forms of photography using digital technology. Projects explore studio portraiture, city landscape and photojournalism of local events, while incorporating camera handling, digital manipulation and printing. Students engage in group critiques to gain insight, learn how to talk about their work and inspire them to propel their ideas. Students must provide their own digital camera with adjustable aperture and shutter speed controls.
Academic Needs based scholarship Non residential Arts
Jul 11 - 22, 2022 9:30am - 4:30pm | Ages: 14 - 18
Product Design is everywhere! As humans, we are surrounded by it all day, every day, in the form of the things that we use to make our lives meaningful and enjoyable. “Products” can include personal items like your shoes or your phone, as well as things like vehicles, furniture, sporting equipment, gaming consoles, and household appliances. Product designers are professional tinkerers and innovators, working through an exploratory process that includes drawing, building, playing, and brainstorming. Students in this class are introduced to the exciting world of Product Design and learn how to use their creative skills to create products that enhance the lives of themselves and others!
Arts Needs based scholarship Academic Non residential
Jul 11 - 22, 2022 | Ages: 14 - 18
Modern comics have been created and distributed for over 125 years. Primarily seen as a storytelling medium, they’ve been used to entertain, inform, instruct, teach, preach and amuse. Over time, numerous creators have stretched and defined the idea of what comics are, how they work and what they can do. During this class, students are introduced to a variety of narrative approaches while participating in short prompts and projects designed to inform their understanding of what makes a comic successful.
Needs based scholarship Residential Academic Arts
Jul 11 - 29, 2022 9:00am - 4:00pm | Ages: 16 - 19
This class informs your understanding of interior design and architecture through current professional practices. When we think of interior design and architecture, we tend to think of buildings and the spaces they create. However, inherent to all built spaces are the people that occupy them – in homes, schools, stores, restaurants and businesses. It is in these spaces that we carry out our daily lives. Through sketches, drawings and models, students explore where the ideas come from that serve as the basis for design and consider the impact that spatial design may have on experience. Whether interested in interior or exterior design of buildings, come prepared to explore their relationships and how your design can provide an experience for others. At the conclusion of the course, the work of each student is assembled into a professional portfolio that showcases their design process and final design. No previous experience in interior design or architecture is required.
Competitive application process Non residential College credit Academic Arts Needs based scholarship
Jul 11 - 29, 2022 | Ages: 16 - 19
Soundly rooted in Fine Art methodologies, the course balances the development of fundamental skills and the nurturing of ideation and visualization concepts desired at the collegiate level. By assessing each student’s creative interests and current work, Fine Arts Studio encourages experimentation with different media and materials to further artistic development on an individual basis. Research is established that draws from contemporary awareness, personal influences and individual knowledge. Students are challenged to create themes, develop content and establish personal muses.
Arts Residential Competitive application process College credit Needs based scholarship Academic
Jul 11 - 29, 2022 | Ages: 16 - 19
Photographic imagery and videos surround us, every day. They are embedded in culture and greatly contribute to frame our understanding of ourselves, others and the world around us. As such, lens-based artists have the ability to reproduce the world in impactful and genuine ways. In this class, students learn the impact of these mediums and use their cameras to document, challenge and explore the relationship between photography and video-based practices with intent to share, inform and influence the viewer in various ways. Through looking at the work of contemporary artists, local field trips, purposeful image selection and editing techniques, emphasis is placed on developing strategies that allow the student photographer to become visible in their own work.
Arts Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Academic College credit Residential
Jul 11 - 22, 2022 | Ages: 14 - 18
The first few days of the program are spent at HoneyRock where your team will get to know one another and practice basic outdoor technical skills. You will then drive to the Boundary Waters or to the Keweenaw Peninsula. The day begins with a morning devotion and quiet time followed by breakfast. Then, your team will pack up camp and get going for the day! After canoeing to the next campsite (you might see some wildlife along the way!) you’ll set up camp, relax, cook good food, and partake in community worship and discussion. You’ll see the night sky as you’ve never seen it before – maybe even catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights! The final day(s) will be spent back at HoneyRock for reflection and closure. You’ll experience life at HoneyRock and engage with other high school campers.
Leadership Needs based scholarship Residential
Jul 11 - 22, 2022 9:30am - 4:30pm | Ages: 14 - 18
An introductory experience in painting begins with methods of underpainting and various approaches to paint handling. The work is from direct observation, while also encouraging each student’s individual imagination and self-expression. Participants are introduced to a variety of painting surfaces, wash techniques and textural manipulations. Class projects seek to promote an understanding of the use of color, the importance of composition and the means to represent volume. Working primarily with acrylic, the focus is on indoor still-life displays and the external environment.
Non residential Arts Needs based scholarship Academic
Jul 11 - 22, 2022 | Ages: 14 - 18
The computer is a tool of visual communication and a medium of artistic expression. Coursework allows students to begin an exploration of various software and hardware used by designers and other artists. These objectives are achieved through a series of in-depth studio projects, short exercises, demonstrations, critiques and lectures. Studio projects and exercises include assignments in a variety of graphic software applications.
Residential Academic Arts Needs based scholarship
Jul 11 - 22, 2022 9:30am - 4:30pm | Ages: 14 - 18
Modern comics have been created and distributed for over 125 years. Primarily seen as a storytelling medium, they’ve been used to entertain, inform, instruct, teach, preach and amuse. Over time, numerous creators have stretched and defined the idea of what comics are, how they work and what they can do. During this class, students are introduced to a variety of narrative approaches while participating in short prompts and projects designed to inform their understanding of what makes a comic successful.
Non residential Needs based scholarship Arts Academic
Jul 11 - 29, 2022 | Ages: 16 - 19
This intensive course uses a wide range of approaches to drawing the human figure. Students work from the nude model, investigating expressive and proportional gesture with an emphasis on the main skeletal and muscular structures of the body. From these exercises, drawings are directed towards form-building and composition through value, light and shadow using a variety of media. Color builds upon previous lessons with emphasis on the interrelationship and layering of colors to create realistic skin tones and form.
College credit Residential Academic Needs based scholarship Arts Competitive application process

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