Student Enrichment Experience (SEE) Summer Camps – 2019
SEE Camp Abilities H20 is an overnight water sports camp for rising 8th-12th graders who are blind or visually impaired. We’ll swim, row, kayak, fish, and splash around from our home base on the shores of Lake Norman, and throw in a trip to the National Whitewater Center in Charlotte for good measure. Novices are welcome, and lifejackets plentiful: all that’s required is a willingness to try new things and get wet. We’ll have evening activities too. Cost: Free.
Co-Ed • Rising 8th-12th graders • Residential • June 23 through June 28
SEE Adventure Camp is for teens who are blind or have a significant visual impairment, and who are ready to stretch their legs and hit the trail. We plan to hike, raft, climb, swim, and zip in and around the Nantahala Gorge in Western North Carolina. We’ll stay in the group lodge at Wildwater Nantahala, and spend time at the Nantahala Outdoor Center as well. Cost: Free.
Co-Ed • Rising 8th-12th graders • Residential • July 28 through August 1
SEE Day Camps offer a combination of education, enrichment, and recreation for kids aged K-12 who are blind or visually impaired. Week One will have a Foods & Cooking theme, and Week Two will be our Young Explorers outdoor adventure camp.
Co-Ed • Ages 5-18 • Day Camp, Monday-Thursday • June 17 – June 27
SEE Day Camps offer a combination of education, enrichment, and recreation for kids aged K-12 who are blind or visually impaired. We’ll get crafty and creative this summer, with two weeks to cook, act, make, sing, learn, laugh, and play. Come for one week or come for both. Cost: Free.
Co-Ed • Ages 5-18 • Day Camp, Monday-Thursday • July 8 through July 18