Are you looking for an educational and fun opportunity for your children this summer? Well, look no further than Rebel Quest!
Rebel Quest, a University of Mississippi day camp, is an opportunity for Lil’ Rebels (rising first- through third-graders) and Junior Rebels (rising fourth- through sixth-graders) to keep their brains and bodies active through fun and interactive activities.
The camp features hands-on learning that encourages critical thinking specific to the child’s age group. Participants will also take part in field trips in the Oxford community as part of each week’s program.
Here’s the full schedule of this summer’s remaining day camps, each lasting one week:
Keep Calm and Camp Week, June 27-July 1. Campers will learn about the great outdoors and have an opportunity to unleash their imaginations as they explore the writing process and write their own short stories. Space is still available for Junior Rebels.
Red, White and Blue Week, July 11-15. Campers celebrate the birth of the United States of America and honor everyday heroes. Space is available for Lil’ and Junior Rebels.
Food Fusion Week, July 18-22. Young aspiring chefs will learn about cooking and create their own healthy recipes, as well as discover fun ways to stay healthy and active. Space is available for Lil’ Rebels.
Each camp is $200 for the week. Ole Miss faculty and staff members can enter the code “STAFF” at registration to receive a $25 discount. Payroll deduction is also available.
Parents and guardians can drop campers off each day between 7:30 and 8 a.m. and pick them up between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. inside Lamar Hall.
For more information about Rebel Quest, including online registration, click here.