Summer Camps and Workshops 2022


Summer Camp Schedule 2022

HEP-TX Summer Camp Registration Form 22

HEP TX Medical Release 2022-23



STEAM CAMPS (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math)

Faculty:  Chery Red (Science), Sue Rothberg (Science, Math),

Linda Hendrix (Engineering, Technology)

and Debby Jasinski (Art)

Let the Games Begin: STEAM Carnival is a two-week camp experience that includes three and a half hours of learning and fun, and cross-curricular activities each day. Students plan a carnival – from games and waste management, to theme park foods and marketing signage – around the theme of a summer solstice. They use astronomy, meteorology, mathematics, engineering, literacy, art, and nutrition concepts as they plan their carnival. At the end of the camp, students will invite their families to attend the carnival and celebrate their learning!

Students will rotate through four age-appropriate sessions each day. With a variety of fun and engaging activities, students will explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math. From cool science experiments to exciting engineering projects, students will love the science, engineering, and technology sessions. During the art sessions, students will tackle challenging projects that relate to the topics of the day!

WHY STEAM CAMP? Students from First Grade to High School will find these camps exciting and stimulating! Enrichment experiences in the STEAM fields will ignite the kind of curiosity that often leads to a fulfilling and meaningful work life. A two-year study of nearly 1600 middle school students across the country revealed that “students who once participated in science summer camps were more likely to later report a career interest in the science and engineering fields.” It’s clear that enrolling your child in a STEAM focused camp is an ideal way to provide them more options as they start considering their paths through high school, college, and beyond.


Dates: June 13-16 AND June 20-23 (Monday-Thursday each week)

Time:  9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Cost: $189 for two weeks of fun!

Cost for only 1 week: $99 (Choose week 1 or Week 2)

Faculty:  Chery Red (Science/Math), Sue Rothberg (Science/Math), Linda Hendrix (Engineering/Technology) and Debby Jasinski (Art)

Parent Day – June 23 from 11-12:30



Executive Functioning


Is this your child?— Chronically disorganized? Always Late? Unmotivated? Lacks self-control?

Executive Functioning Skills (Joanne Juren) –Helping students develop Executive Function (EF) strategies – goal setting, cognitive flexibility, organizing and prioritizing, memorizing, self-checking and monitoring – can be the difference between success and failure. Targeting students in grades 5-7 and 8-12, this 4-day workshop covers motivation, memorization techniques, test-taking strategies, note taking, time management, goal setting, focusing, and controlling stress. Using a variety of interesting lessons, students will better understand how to tackle projects and learn how to learn! This course is highly recommended for students who want to excel academically and be better prepared to solve problems. Students will receive a notebook and a set of keys.

Cost: $175

Dates: August 1-4

Time for Grades 5-7: 10-Noon (2 hours per day)

Time for Grades 8-12: 1-3 pm (2 hours per day)


Language Arts

Middle School Writing Workshop for Grades 6-8 (Tiffany Henry) – Popcorn, a movie, and lots of laughs…this is the perfect camp for your middle school student. During middle school, it is important for students to develop strong writing skills.  By understanding the writing process, students will better understand how to do writing assignments.  During this four-day exciting and fun workshop, students will focus on the paragraph format and write different types of paragraphs including descriptive, narrative, comparison, and literary analysis. Using high interest activities and literature, Mrs. Juren will excite even the most reluctant writer. This course is a must before students attempt the five-paragraph essay and high school.  Class is limited to 15 students.

Cost:  $175

Dates: August 1-4

Time: 10:00 – noon


Five-Paragraph Essay Writing Workshop (Tiffany Henry)  

Don’t let the beast scare you!  This four-day workshop for grades 8-12 will teach the basics of five-paragraph essay writing and help you tame the beast!  Students will learn the basic structure of the essay through a visual drawing.  They will practice each part of the essay and write one essay.  Students will learn how to expand this “skeleton” to a longer research paper.  This easy and interesting presentation will help even the “grumpiest” writer learn that writing can be easily mastered when given the proper tools!  Mastery of the five-paragraph essay will help students earn success in both high school and college.  Absolutely no one younger than 8th grade may attend this accelerated presentation.  This course is not recommended for students who struggle with English or who do not have mastery of basic paragraph writing.  The book Writing with the Masters is required for the workshop and may be purchased at the HEP Bookstore. Class is limited to 15 students.  New students planning to attend HEP’s high school classes are encouraged to take this course.

Cost: $160

Dates: July 25-28

Time: 1:00-2:30


Tips For How To Write A Scientific Research Paper – Pubrica Academy

Research Writing Class (Joanne Juren) – Research papers can be daunting unless you know where to begin.  In this class, the approach is broken down into simple, easy-to-follow steps that remove the stress that comes with large writing projects.  Students should understand the MLA format and five-paragraph essays. The Writing Handbook is required. Recommended for grades 9 and up.

Cost:   $175

Dates: July 25-28

Time: 10:00 – noon


No Be Verbs Workshop (Joanne Juren) – This 2-hour workshop will help both the student and parent better understand the concept of elevated writing by focusing on removing “to be” verbs, the verb “to have,” and “dead words” on the No-No list. Students and parents will practice elevating sentences during the workshop.                                                                                                                              

Cost:  $25 student; $10 parent     

Date: August 17

Time: 10-noon 


High School Speech (Joanne Juren) – This two-week high school course (grades 9-12) is dedicated to teaching public speaking skills. Taught by an experienced speech and debate coach, this class will prepare even the shy student to be able to speak in public situations.  Students will present a variety of impromptu as well as prepared speeches.  Students will also learn how to constructively critique other students and how to accept constructive critique.  Speech counts as ½-credit on the high school transcript. Textbook:  BJU’s Sound Speech (newest edition) – available at the HEP Bookstore. Class is limited to 10 students. An honors contract is available for interested students. The contract must be finished and turned in by

Cost: $399

Dates: June 13-23; (Monday-Thursday of each week)

Time: 9:00-noon


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The official HEP of Texas, Inc. registration form must be filled out completely, including the emergency information, health information, and parent release. No registration is considered official until payment for classes has been made.  All summer courses must be paid for at the time of registration.

Registration is first come, first served.  HEP of Texas, Inc. reserves the right to limit enrollment and to change times or dates and teachers if needed, or even cancel camps, classes, and/or workshops due to circumstances not under our control. Camps are open to home school, public school, and private school students.

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