Cape Tech Announces 2018 Summer Camp Programs

Third week added with new programs...
A camper concentrates on his task during last year's summer camp at Cape Cod Tech (CCTech photo)

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School has announced its summer camp line-up for 2018.  This is the third year of the Cape Tech Summer Camp and the biggest year yet.  A third week has been added with some brand new course offerings.

The three weeks of camp will be July 9th, July 16th and July 23rd.  Camp runs from 8:30 to 12 noon Monday to Friday and costs $75 a week.  Bus transportation is available.  Attendance is limited to students in grades 5-8 for the 2018/2019 school year and in the Cape Tech district which includes the towns of Barnstable, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Harwich, Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, and Yarmouth.

Course offerings include Cosmetology, Marine Technology, Technology/Coding, 4-H Babysitting, Graphics, Culinary and several more.  Cape Tech is excited about being able to offer both a football and basketball camp as well as a Girls in Trades program that will provide a week designed to present a hands-on overview of the construction trades including Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC and Plumbing.  Meeting women who work in the trades and going on a field trip to a construction site are also planned.

The Summer Camp at Cape Tech is a great opportunity to learn something new and explore the opportunities that are available to students at Cape Tech.  Online registration is available on the school’s website at www.capetech.us

The mission of Cape Cod Regional Technical High School is to provide an opportunity to acquire high quality, academic, technical and social skills which prepare our students for success in our changing world.

 


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