Select a program to learn more and register.

WHO:  Kindergarten through 11-grade students from any school.

WHAT:  Morning and afternoon classes are offered weekly, providing an enriching, personal, and engaging environment for students.

WHEN:  Weekly classes offered June 25th – August 24th 2018. Morning sessions are 9:00am-12:00pm and afternoon sessions are 1:00pm-4:00pm.

WHERE:  Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Drive, Eugene, OR 97405

MORE:  No application is necessary; this program is open to ALL students. Typical registrations are for 1 week, but a few classes are 2 week camps. Extended care (before & after) is also offered. Cost varies, depending on the class. Class registration is open now.

Select a session to read description and register.

K.I.D.S Club offers full day sessions (8:00 – 5:00) and half day session (8:00 – 12:00 & 1:00 – 5:00)

Enrichment courses are offered as either a morning (9:00 – 12:00) or afternoon (1:00 – 4:00) session.

K.I.D.S. Club and enrichment courses can be combined to create an enriching full day experience.

Lunch care (12:00 – 1:00) is included with a full day schedule and is available as an add on for morning and afternoon sessions.

K.I.D.S Club also provides supplementary care to morning and afternoon sessions. Before care is available 8:00 – 9:00. After care is available (4:00 – 5:00)

MORNING Week 1

June 25-29

Week 2

July 2-6

Week 3

July 9-13

Week 4

July 16-20

Week 5

July 23-27

Week 6

July 30-Aug 3

Week 7

August 6-10

Week 8

August 13-17

Week 9

August 20-24

K.I.D.S.

8:00-12:00

Kids Can Cook 1

Grades  K-5

Young Engineers

Grades K-5

A walk on the Wild Side

Grades K-5

World Travelers

Grades K-5

Olympics

Grades K-5

Myths and Magic

Grades K-5

Reach for the Stars and Beyond

Grades K-5

Kids Can Cook 2

Grades K-5

More Science Please!

Grades K-5

9:00-

12:00

Summer PE with Mr. Brian

Grades k-5

Brian Breedlove

Mandarin Camp Week 1

Grades: PreK-5

Sophie Wang

Mandarin Camp Week 2

Grades: PreK-5

Sophie Wang

Creativity with Art

Grades: K-2

Andrea DiPalma

Intro to Musical Theatre

Grades: K-3 *

Junior Picassos

Grades K-2

Kathy Westervelt

OBOB Camp

Grades: 3-5

Tim Rodgers

9:00-

12:00

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

9:00-

12:00

Make a Movie

Production class

Grades 1-12

Tim Rogers,Val Haynes, Isabelle Rogers

Make a Movie

Post-Production

Grades 5-12

Tim Rogers,Val Haynes, Isabelle Rogers

ACT/SAT Prep

Grades: 7-12

Asa Tellschow

ACT/SAT Prep

Grades: 7-12

Asa Tellschow

 9:00 – 12:00 Middle School OBOB Camp

Grades: 5-7

Robin Woolsey

 

 

 

 

 

AFTERNOON

Week 1

June 25-29

Week 2

July 2-6

Week 3

July 9-13

Week 4

July 16-20

Week 5

July 23-27

Week 6

July 30 – Aug 3

Week 7

August 6-10

Week 8

August 13-17

Week 9

August 20-24

K.I.D.S.

1:00- 5:00

Kids Can Cook 1

Grades K-5

Young Engineers

Grades K-5

A walk on the Wild Side

Grades K-5

World Travelers

Grades K-5

Olympics

Grades K-5

Myths and Magic

Grades K-5

Reach for the Stars and Beyond

Grades K-5

Kids Can Cook 2

Grades K-5

More Science Please!

Grades K-5

1:00- 4:00

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

Intelligent Robotics

Grades: 3-8

Alex Lowe

1:00 – 4:00

Writing Your Novel:

Grades:

5-8

Rachael Pruitt

Bridge Engineering

Grades (K) 1-6

Steve Nastasiuk

Writing You Novel

Grades 5-12

Rachel

Fantasy Wirting

Grades 5-12

Rachel

 1:00 – 4:00 Young Writers 1

Grades: 1-4

Pamela Beeler

Young Writers 2

Grades: 1-4

Pamela Beeler

Geometry and Cominatorics

Grades 1-8

Steve Nastasiuk

 

Evening Classes

Week 1

June 25-29

Week 2

July 2-6

Week 3

July 9-13

Week 4

July 16-20

Week 5

July 23-27

Week 6

July 30-Aug 3

Week 7

August 6-10

Week 8

August 13-17

Week 9

August 20-24

6:00 – 8:00 PM

Make a Movie…Together!

Grades 1-12 + an adult.

Tim Rogers,Val Haynes, Isabelle Rogers

 

Full Day

Week 1

June 25-29

Week 2

July 2-6

Week 3

July 9-13

Week 4

July 16-20

Week 5

July 23-27

Week 6

July 30-Aug 3

Week 7

August 6-10

Week 8

August 13-17

Week 9

August 20-24

8:00 – 5:00

Kids Can Cook 1

Grades K-5

Young Engineers

Grades K-5

A walk on the Wild Side

Grades K-5

World Travelers

Grades K-5

Olympics

Grades K-5

Myths and Magic

Grades

K-5

Reach for the Stars and Beyond

Grades K-5

Kids Can Cook 2

Grades K-5

More Science Please!

Grades K-5

Other Oak Hill Programs

SUPER SUMMER

Grades K-7

Summer Enrichment Program at the UO

Grades 6 – 11

WHO: High achieving kindergarten through 7th grade students from any school.

WHAT: This program offers exciting and educational classes to high achieving and TAG students. Morning, afternoon, and full-day schedules are available.

WHEN: 3 week session June 24- July 12 2019 (No Class on July 4th)

WHERE: Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Drive, Eugene, OR 97405

MORE: Application required. This program is for students who thrive in an advanced learning environment. Letters of recommendation from past instructors and other information is required. Applications begin in January, and class selections begin March 21st. Extended care (before & after) is available.

COST: (2018 pricing listed, check back for 2019 pricing.)

Deep and wide (9:00-12:00): $430
Explore 1 (1:00 – 2:30): $215
Explore 2 (2:30 – 4:00): $215
Super Summer Full Day tuition: $860
(Lunch supervision is covered for with day tuition)
Some classes may have additional material fees
A limited amount of financial assistance is available.

Lunch care (12:00 – 1:00) is included with a full day schedule and is available as an add on for Deep & Wide and Explore I sessions.

Extended morning care, provided through K.I.D.S. club, is available as an add on to Deep & Wide Sessions from 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM.

Extended afternoon care, provided through K.I.D.S. club, is available as an add on to Explore II sessions from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

WHO: High achieving 6th- through 11th-grade students, from any school.

WHAT: Located on the University of Oregon campus, this residential program offers high achieving and TAG students a college preview by providing high-level academics, social activities, and new friendships.

WHEN: The 2 week residential camp runs from July 14-27, 2019

WHERE: University of Oregon campus

MORE: Application required. This program is for students who thrive in an advanced learning environment. Letters of recommendation from past instructors and other information is required. Applications begin in January, and class selections begin in June 1st. A limited amount of financial assistance is available.

COST:  (2018 pricing listed, check back for 2019 pricing.) Application fee $50 / Tuition $1,800 (Junior Counselor $1,500)

Oak Hill School Summer Program’s Mission Statement

Oak Hill School Summer Program’s mission is to provide the best K-12 summer programs, creating caring and responsible critical thinkers. We believe in providing a safe environment where all campers and staff are welcomed. We honor diversity. Our individual qualities make us a stronger group.

Oak Hill Summer Programs offer students the chance to explore their passions in a variety of classes. We offer classes that expand thinking and celebrate learning in a fun environment. We offer day camps at Oak Hill School campus and a residential camp at the University of Oregon student dorms. Our camps are tailored to meet the needs of a variety of learners.

We do not discriminate against race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, disability, military status or religion.

   Oak Hill Summer Programs Supplemental Forms

   Financial Aid Request Form

Oak Hill Summer Programs Assistance Application (Google Doc)  (PDF)

    Eligibility Criteria

Oak Hill Summer Programs Eligibility Criteria (Google Doc)  (PDF)

2018 February 1: Accepting applications for Super Summer

March 1: Class choice for Summer On The Hill

March 1: Accepting applications for SEP

March 21: Class choice for Super Summer (You must have a complete application to register) (This date has changed)

May 1: Class choice for SEP

June 25: Start of Super Summer and SOTH – Super Summer 06/25-07/13 – SOTH 06/25-08/24- SEP

07/15-7/28 August 24: End of Summer Programs

Week 1 Courses: June 25th - June 29th

K.I.D.S. Can Cook (AM/PM/Full Day)

Electronic Music Creation (AM) Super Summer runs concurrently with Summer On The Hill Weeks 1-3

Week 2 Courses: July 2nd - 6th

K.I.D.S. Young Engineers (AM/PM/Full Day) Super Summer runs concurrently with Summer On The Hill Weeks 1-3

Week 3 Courses: July 9th - 13th

K.I.D.S. A Walk on the Wild Side (AM/PM/Full Day)

Summer PE with Mr. Brain (AM) Super Summer runs concurrently with Summer On The Hill Weeks 1-3

Week 4 Courses: July 16th-20th

K.I.D.S. World Travelers (AM/PM/Full Day)

Mandarin Camp 1 (AM)

Make A Movie Production Class (AM)

Intelligent Robotics (AM/PM)

Young Writers 1 (PM)

Writing Your Novel(PM)

Make a Movie…Together!(EV)

Week 5 Courses: July 23rd-27th

K.I.D.S. Olympics (AM/PM/Full Day)

Intelligent Robotics (AM/PM)

Mandarin Camp 2(AM)

Make A Movie Post Production Class (AM)

Young Writers 2 (PM)

Week 6 Courses: July 30th - August 3rd

K.I.D.S. Myths & Magic (AM/PM/Full Day)

Intelligent Robotics (AM/PM)

Creativity with Ceramics (AM)

Week 7 Courses: August 6th - 10th

K.I.D.S. Reach For The Starts & Beyond (AM/PM/Full Day)

Intelligent Robotics (AM/PM)

Intro to Musical Theater (AM)

Bridge Engineering (PM)

Week 8 Courses: August 13th-17th

K.I.D.S. Can Cook 2 (AM/PM/Full Day)

Intelligent Robotics (AM/PM)

Junior Picassos (AM)

ACT/SAT Prep (AM)

Writing Your Novel (PM)

Geometry and Cominatorics(PM)

Week 9 Courses: August 20th-24th

K.I.D.S. More Science Please (AM/PM/Full Day)

Intelligent Robotics (AM/PM)

OBOB Camp (AM)

Middle School OBOB Camp (AM)

ACT/SAT Prep (AM)

Fantasy Writing (PM)

K.I.D.S Club offers full day sessions (8:00 – 5:00) and half day session (8:00 – 12:00 & 1:00 – 5:00)   Enrichment courses are offered as either a morning (9:00 – 12:00) or afternoon (1:00 – 4:00) session.   K.I.D.S. Club and enrichment courses can be combined to create an enriching full day experience.   Lunch care (12:00 – 1:00) is included with a full day schedule and is available as an add on for morning and afternoon sessions.   K.I.D.S Club also provides supplementary care to morning and afternoon sessions. Before care is available 8:00 – 9:00. After care is available (4:00 – 5:00)

WHO: Kindergarten through 11-grade students from any school. WHATMorning and afternoon classes are offered weekly, providing an enriching, personal, and engaging environment for students. WHENWeekly classes offered June 25th – August 24th 2018. Morning sessions are 9:00am-12:00pm and afternoon sessions are 1:00pm-4:00pm. WHEREOak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Drive, Eugene, OR 97405 MORENo application is necessary; this program is open to ALL students. Typical registrations are for 1 week, but a few classes are 2 week camps. Extended care (before & after) is also offered. Cost varies, depending on the class. Class registration is open now.

A completed application is required to register for Super Summer classes. Lunch care (12:00 – 1:00) is included with a full day schedule and is available as an add on for Deep & Wide and Explore I sessions. Extended morning care, provided through K.I.D.S. club, is available as an add on to Deep & Wide Sessions from 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Extended afternoon care, provided through K.I.D.S. club, is available as an add on to Explore II sessions from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

WHO: High achieving kindergarten through 7th grade students from any school.

WHAT: This program offers exciting and educational classes to high achieving and TAG students. Morning, afternoon, and full-day schedules are available.

WHEN: 3 week session June 24- July 12 2019 (No Class on July 4th)

WHERE: Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Drive, Eugene, OR 97405

MORE: Application required. This program is for students who thrive in an advanced learning environment. Letters of recommendation from past instructors and other information is required. Applications begin in January, and class selections begin March 21st. Extended care (before & after) is available.

COST: (2018 pricing listed, check back for 2019 pricing.)

Deep and wide (9:00-12:00): $430
Explore 1 (1:00 – 2:30): $215
Explore 2 (2:30 – 4:00): $215
Super Summer Full Day tuition: $860
(Lunch supervision is covered for with day tuition)
Some classes may have additional material fees
A limited amount of financial assistance is available.

Lunch care (12:00 – 1:00) is included with a full day schedule and is available as an add on for Deep & Wide and Explore I sessions.

Extended morning care, provided through K.I.D.S. club, is available as an add on to Deep & Wide Sessions from 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM.

Extended afternoon care, provided through K.I.D.S. club, is available as an add on to Explore II sessions from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

WHO: High achieving 6th- through 11th-grade students, from any school.

WHAT: Located on the University of Oregon campus, this residential program offers high achieving and TAG students a college preview by providing high-level academics, social activities, and new friendships.

WHEN: The 2 week residential camp runs from July 14-27, 2019

WHERE: University of Oregon campus

MORE: Application required. This program is for students who thrive in an advanced learning environment. Letters of recommendation from past instructors and other information is required. Applications begin in January, and class selections begin in June 1st. A limited amount of financial assistance is available.

COST: (2018 pricing listed, check back for 2019 pricing.) Application fee $50 / Tuition $1,800 (Junior Counselor $1,500)

Oak Hill School Summer Program’s Mission Statement

Oak Hill School Summer Program’s mission is to provide the best K-12 summer programs, creating caring and responsible critical thinkers. We believe in providing a safe environment where all campers and staff are welcomed. We honor diversity. Our individual qualities make us a stronger group.   Oak Hill Summer Programs offer students the chance to explore their passions in a variety of classes. We offer classes that expand thinking and celebrate learning in a fun environment. We offer day camps at Oak Hill School campus and a residential camp at the University of Oregon student dorms. Our camps are tailored to meet the needs of a variety of learners.   We do not discriminate against race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, disability, military status or religion.

   Oak Hill Summer Programs Supplemental Forms

 

   Financial Aid Request Form

Oak Hill Summer Programs Assistance Application (Google Doc)  (PDF)

    Eligibility Criteria

Oak Hill Summer Programs Eligibility Criteria (Google Doc)  (PDF)

2018 February 1: Accepting applications for Super Summer March 1: Class choice for Summer On The Hill March 1: Accepting applications for SEP March 21: Class choice for Super Summer (You must have a complete application to register) (This date has changed) May 1: Class choice for SEP June 25: Start of Super Summer and SOTH – Super Summer 06/25-07/13 – SOTH 06/25-08/24- SEP 07/15-7/28 August 24: End of Summer Programs

Summer Staff

Oak Hill Summer Programs employs instructors and administrators who are experts in their field with a passion for educating youth.

Learn more about our staff below!

Alex Lowe

View Alex's Classes

Super Summer:

Intelligent Robotics (K-3) (D&W)

Intelligent Robotics (K-3) (Ex. 1)

All Girls Intelligent Robotics (K-3) (Ex. 2)

Summer On The Hill:

Intelligent Robotics (3-8) (Week 4)

Intelligent Robotics (3-8) (Week 5)

Intelligent Robotics (3-8) (Week 6)

Intelligent Robotics (3-8) (Week 7)

Intelligent Robotics (3-8) (Week 8)

Intelligent Robotics (3-8) (Week 9)

Read Alex's Bio

Alex Lowe has been teaching robotics to students grades 2 through 8 for the past three years.  He teaches both summer camps and after school enrichment at Oak Hill School. He began teaching robotics 5 years ago for the City of Eugene recreation department.  When Alex isn’t teaching robotics, he spends his time on his math and science tutoring business Base Ten. Alex is also an active local musician and performs a few times per month in the Eugene and Springfield area in one of his four bands.

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Read Nathalie's Bio

Hey y’all! My name is Nathalie (you can call me Nat for short) and this is my seventh year at the Summer Enrichment Program. I am so excited to come back as the Junior Counselor Admin! This camp is one of my favorite places and I hope it is, or will be, for you too! I currently attend Scripps College in California, but am originally from Eugene. I am a Sociology and Legal Studies dual major, with a minor in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. I am involved with technical theater as a lighting electrician and designer for on-campus shows and have a job as a cookie baker! In my free time you can find me curled up in my hammock with a good book, dancing at a concert, or watching the newest season (or re-runs if we are being honest) of Survivor. Once again, I am so excited to be a part of SEP this year and can’t wait for a great two weeks!

Steve Summer Instructor

View Steve's Classes

Super Summer:

Forces Energy & Roller Coaster Motion with K’nex (K-5)

Fun with Geometry (K-5)

Summer On The Hill:

Bridge Engineering (K-6) (Week 7)

Geometry and Combinatorics (1-8) (Week 8)

Summer Enrichment Program:

Discrete Mathematics, Graph Theory and Combinatorics (6-11)

Euclidean Geometry and Proofs (6-11)

Read Steve's Bio

Steve has taught in the Super Summer program for 18 years and has been involved in mathematics tutoring since his high school days, which were so long ago that some students have speculated that he assisted Pythagoras in the development of his famous theorem or at least worked on the Elements with Euclid. Steve also serves as a volunteer math tutor through Looking Glass Community Services’ New Roads School for runaway homeless youth. He has helped many students pass the math portion of their GED requirements, including eight graduates this year. He also volunteers with Community Supported Shelters and the U.S. Forest Service.

Steve was featured in the Register Guard’s Education & Schools Volunteer column in July 2017

You can find some of Steve’s math resources by visting mathonthemckenzie.blogspot.com

Andrea DiPalma

Read Andrea's Bio

Andrea DiPalma is a graduate of the UO Fine Arts Department, former Resident Potter of four years at the UO Craft Center, Teaching Artist with Lane Arts Council and Treetop Academics, and creator of Dancing Hands Ceramics. She has influenced many aspiring students throughout the Pacific Northwest with her ability to connect them with their inner artist and her ability to give specific techniques that help students develop detailed projects and an artist sensibility.

One of my earliest, most memorable moments of finding my life’s purpose was in elementary school when I was nominated and endorsed for the newly formed gifted and talented arts program. To this day that moment remains an ineffable experience, but one that has shaped my existence because I profoundly understood that I had the power to create! From this place my passion for the arts and my commitment to education combine. I believe my twenty-four years plus of art making and teaching in all kinds of disciplines, mediums, and formats is a testament to my devotion and desire to empower others through the creative, expressive process.

Nora W

Read Nora's Bio

I am Nora Wahlund and I have the great honor of being the counselor supervisor for summer 2018. I attended SEP as a camper for four years back in the early 2000s. I also happen to be an Oak Hill School alumna. I am so proud and excited to be able to come back to this amazing program so many years later. I’m currently working towards my elementary teaching license, but I have also worked teaching college prep courses, conducting ecological economics assessments at an environmental nonprofit, and consulting on software quality assurance. All of my hobbies involve learning new skills because I love learning; knitting, cooking, playing music, and learning new languages all bring me joy.

Tim Rogers

Read Tim's Bio

Tim Rogers has been the Director of Technology and computer instructor at Oak Hill School for 12 years, and has worked with technology for over 30 years. He has extensive experience with computers and networks, programming, and a wide variety of technologies, including theater, music, and video tech. One of his current passions is filmmaking – and he may be a little obsessed with the DaVinci Resolve video editing software.

Dana Giles

Read Dana's Bio

Greetings! My name is Dana and I am the Instructor Coordinator for this year’s SEP.   I teach English at Oak Hill School, where I am privileged to share my passion for all things literary with sixth grade students.  Prior to joining the Oak Hill team, I have worked with students and adult learners of all ages, from beginning my own preschool to being a classroom teacher in grades 2-6th in public, private and Montessori schools.  I have created and taught enrichment programs for K-12 home school students, taught and assessed writing skills for adults, and helped to create online educational writing programs for Hewlett-Packard. When I am not teaching, you will find me outdoors hiking, gardening, cross country skiing and backpacking or in my kitchen baking bread.  

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View Sabrina's Classes

Summer Enrichment Program:

Musical Theater (6-11)

Theater Around the World (6-11)

Theatre for Social Change (6-11)

Read Sabrina's Bio

Sabrina is a student at the University of Oregon majoring in Philosophy, with minors in Theater and Global Health. This will be her third summertime teaching at SEP. In the past she has taught at Upstart Crow Studios and Thurston Elementary. She is the Assistant Technical Director at the Wildish Community Theater, and also participates in community theater around town. Her all-time favorite role is Snoopy in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, reading, video games, music, and having existential crises.

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View Asa's Classes

Super Summer:

Stop Motion Animation (4-7)

Beginning Guitar (4-7)

Building Instruments (4-7)

Summer Enrichment Program:

Exploring Fractals

Geometry for the Artist

Summer on the Hill

ACT/SAT Prep (7-12) (Week 8)

ACT/SAT Prep (7-12) (Week 9)

Read Asa's Bio

Asa Tellschow works as a math and science tutor in Eugene Oregon.  He studied math and physics at the University of Oregon, before studying teaching at Pacific University.  His interests include natural building, herbalism, animation, and circus arts such as juggling and aerial silks.  Asa also plays baritone sax in a local band.

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