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Boise State’s 2015 Summer Camps for Kids of All Ages

By: Sherry Squires   Published 12:27 pm / March 10, 2015

Child working during the 2014 Summer Robotics Camp,

Summer is fast approaching and Boise State University is prepared to help keep kids and teens occupied and learning. A variety of day and residential camps encompass everything from sports to academics to the arts.

Please continue to check boisestate.edu for updates as they become available.

June 4, 11, 18, 25
Intermediate Sand Volleyball Clinics. Ages 10-14. $30. The staff will teach about the different rules and skills required in sand volleyball including: passing, bump setting, attacking, roll shots, defense and serving. The clinic will include skill training as well as competition. The camp will be held at the Boise State campus sand courts and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration visit www.broncosports/camps.com or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

June 5, 12, 19, 26
Advanced Sand Volleyball Competition Camps.
Ages 15-18. $20. The staff will help you refine your skills at the beginning of each session and then facilitate a day full of competition. You will be required to sign up with a partner to compete with for the day. The camp will be held at the Boise State campus sand courts and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration visit www.broncosports/camps.com or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

June 8-11
Soccer Summer Academy 1.
Open to all players from 5- to 13-years-old. Both girls and boys are welcome. $250 for the full-day camp and $150 for the half-day. We will provide technical instruction to all players and provide them with a fun environment to learn and test their skills. The camp staff will be comprised of the women’s soccer coaching staff and Boise State players. For more information, go to http://www.broncosports.com/sports/w-soccer. Register online at: www.broncosports.com/camps.

June 7-9
Boise State e-Camp.
 For boys and girls exiting grades 8 and 9. $250; $300 after May 1. Scholarships available based on need. Campers will experience hands-on activities and projects involving problem-solving and teamwork to explore careers in engineering and computer science while living on campus in a college dormitory. All food, housing and recreational activities are provided. Enrollment is limited to 40. Application deadline is May 1. For more information, visit http://coen.boisestate.edu/k-12/summer-programs/ or contact Leandra Aburusa-Lete at laburusa@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4432.

June 8-10
Boise State Youth Football Camp. For ages 6-13. 8 a.m.-noon. $150. This skills camp is aimed at teaching the fundamentals of football through instruction from the Boise State football coaching staff. Campers will go through drill stations covering all offensive, defensive and special teams positions. Registration must be made on-line. The Boise State football camp website for registration and information is www.boisestatefootballcamp.com. For more information, contact Brad Larrondo at blarron@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-3940.

Group of children playing musicJune 8-12, 2015
Boise State University Summer Chamber Music Camp
. For musicians playing band and orchestra instruments, piano or voice in grades 7-12. 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Camp tuition is $230. On-site housing, meal ticket and private lesson options are available at additional cost. The camp curriculum includes small and large ensembles, music theory, camp choir, musical theater, music appreciation, as well as master classes in string, woodwind, brass, percussion, piano, voice, jazz improvisation and more. Returning this year is our Total Percussion, providing instruction on keyboard percussion, snare drumming, set playing, marching band percussion and percussion ensemble performance for students with at least one year of percussion experience. The Chamber Camp Idol skit and talent extravaganza will be performed for family and friends on Thursday night. Applications are available through area school music teachers, at http://music.boisestate.edu or by email at BSUChamberCamp@boisestate.edu. The application deadline is 5 p.m. on May 22. For more information, call the Department of Music at (208) 426-1772, or email BSUChamberCamp@boisestate.edu.

June 8-June 26
Play with your Games in Scratch
. This camp is geared toward students in grades 3-7 who seek to learn with math and science related games that are lots of fun. $155; $205 after May 1. Scholarships available based on need. Campers will experience Scratch programming language by the MIT Media Lab in math functions, science and problem solving. The program’s goal is to improve students’ problem-solving and logical thinking and to provide participants with the opportunity to apply their knowledge toward creating their own products. Enrollment is limited to 15 students. Application deadline is May 1. For more information, visit http://gamestudio.boisestate.edu or email to gamestudio.boisestate@gmail.com.

June 8-June 26
Play with Robot
. For students in grades 3-7 who seek to learn robotics with robot-related games that are lots of fun. $195; $245 after May 1. Scholarships available based on need. Campers will make their robots using Lego NXT kits and they will learn how to make programs that make the robots move, make sounds and say some words. After students get used to manipulating their robots, they will have many mathematical and entertaining activities with the robots. The goal of the program is to improve students’ creativity and problem-solving ability by making robots and programs by themselves. Enrollment is limited to 15 students. Application deadline is May 1. For more information, visit http://gamestudio.boisestate.edu or email to gamestudio.boisestate@gmail.com.

June 8-July 3
Literacy Center Summer Literacy Academy. For children ages 5-12. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. $480. 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. with ESage afternoon program. The ESage afternoon program is an additional $300. Financial aid is available, if annual income is below $30,000. The academy will be held at Sage International School, 421 E. Parkcenter Blvd., Boise. Qualified teachers help children beat the summer slide and further develop their literacy skills. Participating in interactive, playful and creative activities, children become more confident and engaged readers, writers and speakers. The optional ESage afternoon program includes outdoor activities such as swimming, biking, hiking and sports. Visit boi.st/SummerLiteracy2015 to enroll your child. For more information, contact Jessica Nelson at (208) 426-2805 or jessicanelson4@boisestate.edu. For more information, contact Arron Walton at (208) 343-7243 or arron.walton@sageinternationalschool.org.

June 8-July 10
Summer Academy
. For girls and boys. $750. Scholarships available based on need. Register online or call 208-426-1006. Elementary Level: Students in grades 2-6 may sign up for this level as well as current first graders. Students participate in a theme-based program, enriching their academic skills with a focus on language arts, science and foreign language. There will also be computer instruction, arts and crafts, swimming lessons, field trips and weekly visits to the Boise Public Library. Middle Level: Students in grades 7-9 may sign up for this level as well as current 6th graders but not current 9th graders. Students must be able to ride several miles each day on their bicycle in order to participate in this program. There will be biking, volunteer projects, environmental awareness, swimming, geo-caching, indoor rock climbing, the Ropes Course, PAL Raft Along, hiking, ice skating and overnight camping trip at Lake Cascade State Park.

June 9-10
High School Showcase Camp.
For students in 7th grade and up. $250. This two-day softball camp will be held at Dona Larsen Park from 10-4 p.m. This camp is an opportunity to learn the detailed skills of the game from the Boise State softball coaching staff and current players. For registration and more information, visit Bronco Camps or contact assistant coach Nate Miller at natewmiller@boisestate.edu.

June 12-13
Boise State eGirls
. Overnight camp for girls currently in grades 9-11. Free. Enrollment is limited to 50. Workshops led by Society of Women Engineers professionals and college students may include: biomedical engineering, virtual worlds with Alice, packaging and the environment, designing for natural disasters, rocketing into space, physics of rock climbing and rope walking, a world of career choices and more. Application deadline is May 1. For more information, visit http://coen.boisestate.edu/k-12/summer-programs/ or contact Leandra Aburusa-lete at laburusa@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4432.

June 12-13
Boise State Elite Football Camp
. Players entering grades 10-12. $95 for commuters, $170 for overnight campers. Check-in for overnight campers is 4 p.m. June 12.  Emphasis is on championship technique in the game of football and life, to give each player and team participant the competitive edge through selected contact and non-contact drills. Campers will receive personalized instruction from the Boise State football coaching staff. A stress on individual technique and football fundamentals will allow campers to return to their respective programs with an improved understanding. Registration must be made on-line. The Boise State football camp website for registration and information is www.boisestatefootballcamp.com. For more information, contact Brad Larrondo at blarron@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-3940.

June 14-17
Boise State Renegade Team Camp. Football players entering grades 9-12. $25 for overnight campers, $185 for commuter campers. This camp is contact with full pads needed. Renegade campers will get individual position work, as well as be separated into teams for scrimmage and 7-on-7, Big Man Challenge components. The camp will begin at 3 p.m. on June 14 and conclude at 1 p.m. on June 17. Airport shuttle is available for pick-up and return for out-of-town campers. Registration must be made on-line. The Boise State football camp website for registration and information is www.boisestatefootballcamp.com. For more information contact Brad Larrondo at blarron@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-3940.

June 15-18
Soccer Summer Academy 2. 
Open to all players from 5- to 13-years-old. Both girls and boys are welcome. $250 for the full-day camp and $150 for the half-day. We will provide technical instruction to all players and provide them with a fun environment to learn and test their skills. The camp staff will be comprised of the women’s soccer coaching staff and Boise State players. For more information, go to http://www.broncosports.com/sports/w-soccer. Register online at: www.broncosports.com/camps.

June 15-July 3
Kinesiology Department Summer Youth Sports Program.
Ages 5-14. Each three-week (M-F), 50-minute class is $65 per session, excluding Munch & Play, which is $35 per session. (Second session begins July 6. See that date below. You may register for one or both sessions.) All levels of ability and skills. Swim classes are designed for all ages while others focus on a specific age range. Classes are held on the Boise State campus. We offer a wide range of instruction from swimming to rock climbing. Early enrollment for Boise State faculty, staff and students begins April 9. Register at the Sports Program webpage. General registration begins April 13. For more information, visit the Program Information webpage or call 208-426-4270 or 426-1509.

June 15-July 31
Boise State Kinesiology Department Summer Youth Sports Program
. Ages 5-14. $65 per activity. Classes are offered at various times from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Specific classes for ages 5-7: dance and cheer, munch and play; ages under 8: tennis super sport skill games, beginning tumbling, basketball and swimming; ages 8-14: all other activities including basketball, billiards, bowling, dance and cheer, gymnastics, munch and play, multi-sport, rock climbing, racket skills, sports conditioning soccer activities swimming, team building and tennis. Register online beginning April 13. For class locations and more information, visit http://kinesiology.boisestate.edu or call (208) 426-4270.

June 15-27
Boise State Summer DanceFest. Ages 12 and up. Audition required. Cost varies, depending on schedule. Housing and meal plans are available. Summer DanceFest offers two weeks of intensive, high-quality training for today’s dancer in ballet, pointe, men’s class, pas de deux, jazz, modern dance and choreography. Gain technique, core strength, versatility of style and performing experience. Conducted in the Morrison Center, the workshop consists of classes for dancers at an intermediate to advanced technique level. Includes public performances at the end of the workshop featuring works by DanceFest faculty and guest choreographers. Summer DanceFest Choreography Festival performances are at 7 p.m. June 26-27, in the Peterson Theatre in the Morrison Center for the Performing Arts. Presented by the Boise State Department of Theatre Arts and Idaho Dance Theatre. For more information, visit theatrearts.boisestate.edu/production-seasons/summerdancefest/ or contact Marla Hansen at mhansen@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-3568.

June 18
Guard/Forward Basketball Camp I, Session I. 7:30-12:30 a.m. For grades 7-12. $80. The emphasis will be on developing all-around basketball skills. Participants will learn from the Boise State Basketball coaching staff and current Boise State players. The camp will be held in Arguinchona Basketball Complex. Registration deadline is 11:59 p.m June 16, but if camps are not full-walk-ups are more than welcome. For more information and registration, visit http://www.broncosports.com/camps/bosu-camps.html or contact Jeremy Harden at jeremyharden@boisestate.edu
 or (520) 903-8951.

June 18
Guard/Forward Basketball Camp I, Session 2. 1-6 p.m. For grades 7-12. $80. The emphasis will be on developing all-around basketball skills. Participants will learn from the Boise State Basketball coaching staff and current Boise State players. The camp will be held in Arguinchona Basketball Complex. Registration deadline is 11:509 p.m. June 16, but if camps are not full, walk-ups are more than welcome. For more information and registration, visit http://www.broncosports.com/camps/bosu-camps.html or contact Jeremy Harden at jeremyharden@boisestate.edu
 or (520) 903-8951.

June 22-25
Boise State Jazz Combo Camp. 
For high school students entering 9th grade and older. $135. Scholarships available based on audition. Students will receive an intense hands-on experience working in small jazz groups with experienced faculty coaches. They also will be trained in improvisation, jazz history, music business and instrumental fundamentals. Day camp only with no housing provided. Enrollment is limited to 42. Registration deadline is April 15. For more information and application and audition procedures, visit http://music.boisestate.edu/jazzstudies/boise-state-jazz-combo-camp/ or contact camp director Alex Noppe at alexnoppe@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-3099.

June 22-July 17
Literacy Center Summer Literacy Academy
. For children ages 5-12. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. $480. Financial aid is available, if annual income is below $30,000. The academy will be held at Boise First Community Center, 3852 N. Eagle Road, Boise. Qualified teachers help children beat the summer slide and further develop their literacy skills. Participating in interactive, playful and creative activities, children become more confident and engaged readers, writers and speakers. Visit boi.st/SummerLiteracy2015 to enroll your child. For more information, contact Jessica Nelson at (208) 318-6424 or jessicanelson4@boisestate.edu.

June 29-July 3
Boise State Wrestling Camp.
This camp is for grades 8-12 and is structured to focus on the skills of competitive match wrestling such as strategies, tactics, match management, clock management and effective techniques. Campers will be divided into competitive dual match teams. High school teams may choose to bring only their wrestlers, or they may combine with other schools to make one team. Individual wrestlers looking to participate can sign up independently and will be assigned a team based on the initial weigh-ins. For more information and registration visit  http://www.broncosports.com/camps/bosu-camps.html or contact Chris Owens at (208) 426-1889 or wrestlingcamp@boisestate.edu.

July 6-7
Elite Training Camp. Day camp grades 10-12. Commuter $295, Resident, $345. This camp is designed for the volleyball player who has high level club team or varsity experience. Our staff will challenge players, with an emphasis on refining technique and learning the tactical aspects of the game through high-level competition. This session is ideal for the experienced player who strives to be the best. The camp will be held in Caven-Williams Sports Complex and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 6-11
Morrison Center Summer Performance Camp. Camps are designed for students entering grades 2-12. There are roles for all age, skill and experience levels. $205; $225 after March 20. Campers will experience acting, singing, dancing, confidence building and making new friends. This year’s production is “The Best of Both Worlds.” Enrollment is limited to 58 per week. For more information and updated availability, visit http://mc.boisestate.edu/education or contact Virginia Treat at virginiatreat@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-1424.

July 6 – 24
Kinesiology Department Summer Youth Sports Program.
Ages 5-14. Each three-week (M-F), 50-minute class is $65 per session, excluding Munch & Play, which is $35 per session. (First session begins June 15. See that date above. You may register for one or both sessions.) All levels of ability and skills. Swim classes are designed for all ages while others focus on a specific age range. Classes are held on the Boise State campus. We offer a wide range of instruction from swimming to rock climbing. Early enrollment for Boise State faculty, staff and students begins April 9. Register at the Sports Program webpage. General registration begins April 13. For more information, visit the Program Information webpage or call 208-426-4270 or 426-1509.

July 7-9
Little Bronco Volleyball Camp Session I. Morning camp for grades 4-6. $95. The emphasis will be on developing all-around volleyball skills. Participants will learn from the Boise State volleyball coaching staff and current Boise State players. The camp will be held in Caven-Williams Sports Complex. Registration deadline is July 3, but if the camp is not full, walk-ups will be accepted. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 8
Setting Camp. Grades 9-11. $55. Designed for the volleyball player who has club team or varsity experience. This camp offers an opportunity for players to experience setter-specific training. Our staff will challenge players, with an emphasis on refining technique and learning the tactical aspects of the game required from the setting position. This session is ideal for the experienced setter who strives to be the best. The camp will be held in the Caven-Williams Sports Complex and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 8-9
Intermediate Training Camp Session I.
Day camp for grades 7-9. $195. This camp is designed for the volleyball player who has limited experience, but is eager to get better. Our staff will encourage players, with an emphasis on basic technique for all skills and learning the rules of the game. The camp will be held in the Caven-Williams Sports Complex and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 9
Hitting Camp.
Grades 9-12. $55. Designed for the volleyball player who has club team or varsity experience. Our staff will challenge players, with an emphasis on refining hitter position techniques including serve, receive, passing, hitting and blocking. This session is ideal for the experienced player who strives to be the best. The camp will be held in the Caven-Williams Sports Complex and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 10-11
High School Team Camp.
Grades 9-12. Commuter $700, resident $950. Team camp is designed for high school varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams to receive individual skill training as well as competitive play. Our staff will use the first training session to split the entire camp up by position for position specific training. The second session will consist of different teams competing in wash drills with a specific focus. The third session will be all competing. Saturday will be a full day of play starting with pools and then a bracket according to skill level. The camp will be held in the Caven-Williams Sports Complex and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 13-14
High School Camp. Grades 9-12.
Commuter $295, Resident $345. High School camp is designed for the high school volleyball player who is training to make their high school team and prepare for the high school season. The camp will focus on all skills in volleyball including passing, setting, hitting, serving and blocking. The camp will be held in the Caven-Williams Sports Complex and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff as well as current and former Boise State players. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 13-18
Morrison Center Summer Performance Camp. Camps are designed for students entering grades 2-12. There are roles for all age, skill and experience levels. $205; $225 after March 20. Campers will experience acting, singing, dancing, confidence building, and making new friends. This year’s production is “The Best of Both Worlds.” Enrollment is limited to 58 per week. For more information and updated availability, visit http://mc.boisestate.edu/education or contact Virginia Treat at virginiatreat@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-1424.

July 14-16
Little Bronco Volleyball Camp Session II.
Morning camp for grades 4-6. $95. The emphasis will be on developing all-around volleyball skills. Participants will learn from the Boise State volleyball coaching staff and current Boise State players. The camp will be held in the Caven-Williams Sports Complex. Registration deadline is July 10, but if the camp is not full, walk-ups will be accepted. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 15
Serve and Pass Training Camp. Grades 9-12. $55. The Serve and Pass Training Camp is designed for the volleyball player entering grades 9-11 and all levels of experience. The camp will focus on two of the key skills in volleyball: serving and passing. We will split the participants up according to skill level and go over passing technique, movement, platform control, serving location and serving styles. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 15-16
Intermediate Training Camp Session II.
Day camp for grades 7-9. $195. This camp is designed for the volleyball player who has limited experience, but is eager to get better. Our staff will encourage players, with an emphasis on basic technique for all skills and learning the rules of the game. The camp will be held in Caven-Williams Sports Complex and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 16
Libero Training Camp. Grades 9-12.
$55. The Libero Training Camp is designed for the volleyball player entering grades 9-12 and all levels of experience. The camp will focus on passing and defense. We will split the participants up according to skill level and experience. We will cover passing technique, movement, platform control and defense. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 20-22
Intermediate Training Camp Session III.
Day camp grades 7-9. $195. This camp is designed for the volleyball player who has limited experience but is eager to get better. Our staff will encourage players, with an emphasis on basic technique for all skills and learning the rules of the game. The camp will be held in Bronco Gym and will be led by the Boise State coaching staff and current players. For more information and registration, visit www.broncosports.com/camps or contact Breann Crowell at breanncrowell@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-4490.

July 20-25
Morrison Center Summer Performance Camp. Camps are designed for students entering grades 2-12. There are roles for all age, skill and experience levels. $205; $225 after March 20. Campers will experience acting, singing, dancing, confidence building, and making new friends. This year’s production is “The Best of Both Worlds.” Enrollment is limited to 58 per week. For more information and updated availability, visit http://mc.boisestate.edu/education or contact Virginia Treat at virginiatreat@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-1424.

July 27-30 
Boise State Youth Girls Lacrosse Camp. For girls ages 8-13. 8 a.m.-noon. $100 ($125 after June 30). The camp will be held at Boise State. The focus of this camp is to develop proper fundamentals — groundballs, cradling, passing, catching and shooting mechanics. The coaches also will focus on proper body positioning on offense, defense and during fast breaks and clears. The camper-to-staff ratio is never greater than 10 to 1, and a certified athletic trainer will be available for the entire duration of the camp. Campers will receive a reversible camp jersey and a skills evaluation. For more information, call (208) 426-5643 or email Jared Cox at jaredcox@boisestate.edu. Register at http://rec.boisestate.edu/sports/lacrosse/

July 27-30
 Boise State High School Girls Lacrosse Camp. For girls ages 14-18 (have not started first year of college). 8 a.m.-2 p.m. $125 ($150 after June 30). The camp will be held at Boise State. The focus of this camp is to develop proper fundamentals — groundballs, cradling, passing, catching and shooting mechanics. The coaches also will focus on proper body positioning on offense, defense and during fast breaks and clears. The camper-to-staff ratio is never greater than 10 to 1, and a certified athletic trainer will be available for the entire duration of the camp. Campers will receive a reversible camp jersey and a skills evaluation. For more information, call (208) 426-5643 or email Jared Cox at jaredcox@boisestate.edu. Register at http://rec.boisestate.edu/sports/lacrosse/

July 27-30
 Boise State Youth Boys Lacrosse Camp. For boys ages 8-13.  8 a.m.-noon. $155 ($175 after June 30). The camp will be held on campus at Boise State. The focus of this camp is to develop proper fundamentals — groundballs, cradling, passing, catching and shooting mechanics. The coaches also will focus on proper body positioning on offense, defense and during fast breaks and clears. The camper-to-staff ratio is never greater than 10 to 1, and a certified athletic trainer will be available for the entire duration of the camp. Campers will receive a reversible camp jersey and a skills evaluation. For more information, call (208) 426-5643 or email Jared Cox at jaredcox@boisestate.edu. Register at http://rec.boisestate.edu/sports/lacrosse/

July 27-30
 Boise State High School Boys Lacrosse Camp. For boys ages 14-18 (have not started first year of college).  1p.m. to 5p.m. $180 ($200 after June 30). The camp will be held at Boise State. This camp will focus on fundamentals through group instruction by position, coaching adjustments during games and 1-on-1 or 2-on-1 instruction at the end of every session. The camper-to-staff ratio is never greater than 10 to 1, and a certified athletic trainer will be available for the entire duration of the camp. Campers will receive a reversible camp jersey and a skills evaluation. For more information, call (208) 426-5643 or email Jared Cox at jaredcox@boisestate.edu. Register at http://rec.boisestate.edu/sports/lacrosse/

July 27 – August 1
Morrison Center Summer Performance Camp. Camps are designed for students entering grades 2-12. There are roles for all age, skill and experience levels. $205; $225 after March 20. Campers will experience acting, singing, dancing, confidence building, and making new friends. This year’s production is “The Best of Both Worlds.” Enrollment is limited to 58 per week. For more information and updated availability, visit http://mc.boisestate.edu/education or contact Virginia Treat at virginiatreat@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-1424.