Bright Lights Welcomes Middle School-aged Children to Sign Up for Camp
Bright Lights (BrightLights.org) would like parents of middle school-aged children to consider signing them up for one (or more!) of their exciting summer camps taking place throughout June and July.
When children enter middle school, it seems the door opens to a dizzying array of after-school clubs, sports, and extracurricular opportunities. So, when summer rolls around, you might not feel the need to find activities for your middle schooler. However, summer is actually the perfect time to fi nd an opportunity for your teen to meet new people and investigate a new hobby with minimal commitment – and Bright Lights has just the camps to help!
Bright Lights camps can easily fit into your schedule, as most camps run for three hours either in the morning or in the afternoon, Monday through Friday. During those 15 hours your teen is supervised, challenged with hands-on activities, and surrounded by peers with similar interests. Learning a new skill can boost your student’s self-esteem and confidence, and possibly even lead to the discovery of a new hobby or desire to learn more on the topic
when school resumes.
Having a planned activity during the day can also help students decrease screen time and engage in a variety of activities. Bright Lights offers camps that focus on art, photography, cooking, fishing, sewing, engineering, and science, plus more!
To see all the open camps Bright Lights is offering for grades 6-8 (or any grade level), visit BrightLights.org and click on the “Register” button.