Formed for children ages 5 to 12, the day camp expands on the Conservatory’s philosophy of impressing younger generations with consciousness of their identity through an Armenian-centric curriculum, while allowing them to find free expression of their artistic capabilities.
Enjoyable and elementary hands-on activities and workshops are offered in the fields of music, dance, theater, visual arts, hand crafts, poetry, and chess, all preceded by a healthy physical education period every morning at Fremont Park.
Small classes with a low student-to-teacher ratio ensure each student a great deal of personal attention and support.
Each week, we present one activity to entertain and introduce students to a novel experience.
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Children are supervised by counselors who are trained and devoted to the children’s welfare. Counselors are college students or recent graduates of Lark Conservatory. CPR and First Aid Certified counselors are also on duty every day.
PERFORMANCES & PRESENTATIONS
Every Friday afternoon at 3:00 pm students will present a performance for parents and family, in which they display the artwork they have created and present the group projects they have worked on during the week.