EARLY BIRD (Through March 31, 2019): $275
REGULAR (After March 31, 2019): $295
LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE.
*Tuition rates may vary depending on location.
|South Amherst Middle (Firelands)||SOUTH AMHERST||June 3-7||REGISTER|
|Midview Middle School||GRAFTON||June 10-14||REGISTER|
|St. Anne’s School of Annapolis||ANNAPOLIS, MD||July 8-12 OR July 15-19||REGISTER|
|Lake Ridge Academy||NORTH RIDGEVILLE||July 15-19||REGISTER|
|Saint Joseph Academy (GIRLS ONLY)||CLEVELAND||July 15-19||REGISTER|
|Hawken School||LYNDHURST||July 22-26||REGISTER @ hawken.edu|
|Hyland Software (NEW)||WESTLAKE||July 22-26||REGISTER|
|Ahuja Medical Center||BEACHWOOD||July 29-Aug. 2||REGISTER|
|Lawrence School||NORTHFIELD||July 29-Aug. 2||REGISTER|
Camp LEAD: Fish Tank is a fun and dynamic summer experience focused on innovative youth leadership. This intensive, one-week summer day camp engages 5th-8th grade boys and girls at a pivotal point in their development.
Camp LEAD: Fish Tank, based on the hit TV series Shark Tank, will utilize games and outdoor team activities to encourage healthy competition and collaboration. Campers will be given daily challenges that will help them learn to pitch ideas and negotiate for success. This day camp encourages campers to focus on goal setting, creativity, networking, critical thinking, presentation skills, effective communication and the art of self-leadership.
Camp LEAD sessions run Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at schools, community centers and corporate partner facilities throughout Northeast Ohio and the mid-Atlantic Region.
Join us for a week of fun! Camp challenges will stretch personal limits, educate, empower and equip campers to take away the critical success skills needed to become a leader in today’s world.
A brand new Camp LEAD curriculum every year means your camper can have four years of leadership development before they even hit high school. Turn your camper’s potential into performance through a memorable summer experience that will give your student a competitive edge as they head back to school in the fall!
What lead me to participate in the Camp ELA is, I was in Club ELA at my school. I attend Heskett MS in Bedford Heights. Club Lead taught me that there was more to me that I didn’t know. I have a lot of potential inside of me. The programming taught me that it’s okay to be you and that you just have to block out all the negative things that happen in life. ELA made me realize leaders are not born, but they are made. ELA taught me leadership skills.
It teaches you how to communicate on a different level, shows you how important team work is, and it is a lot of fun!