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Revealed: Balloon Twisting & Magic Secrets
(Grades 4-7, rising)
Learning should look like wonder and sound like laughter! That’s exactly what you can expect from this new hands-on camp, where you’ll learn beginner skills in balloon twisting and magic. As we explore these unique art forms throughout the week, you’ll build self-esteem, stimulate your creativity and stretch your imagination, practice teamwork, and improve your communication skills. You’ll even receive your own balloon pump and magic props to take home so you can continue improving your new skills once camp is over. Instructors: Christine Maentz and Tim Pressley
Course # 21SUKU1210
Fee: $169

Mon.-Fri., 6/7/2021-6/11/2021
8:45 AM to 11:45 AM
UT Conference Center, downtown Knoxville

Self-Defense
(Grades 6-8, rising)
In this camp you’ll learn a practical and realistic self-defense system that teaches you how to prevent, deal with, and overcome all kinds of situations. You’ll prepare in the subjects of self-defense, self-protection, and environmental awareness, learning the skills necessary to defend yourself through unique and comprehensive teaching methods that are both fun and competitive. You’ll learn proper punching, kicking, falling, and ground defense techniques. Realistic scenarios are always emphasized in training and are an important part of the curriculum. Note: Please wear tennis shoes and bring a water bottle and towel to class. There will be a parent showcase at the end of the week where students will display the skills they have learned. Instructor: Todd Mills
Course # 21SUKU384
Fee: $159

Mon.-Fri., 6/7/2021-6/11/2021
9:00 AM to Noon
UT Conference Center, downtown Knoxville

Krav Maga
(Grades 9-12, rising)
Krav Maga is a practical and realistic self-defense system that teaches its trainees how to prevent, deal with, and overcome all kinds of violence and attacks. Throughout this camp you’ll prepare in the subjects of self-defense and self-protection and learn the skills necessary to defend others, all through unique and comprehensive teaching methods. Each day you’ll train in a different area of self-defense techniques, including multiple attacker defenses and defenses against sticks, knives, and guns. Krav Maga is easy to learn, retain, and perform naturally and intuitively and can be practically used under stressful situations. Realistic scenarios are always emphasized in training and are an important part of the curriculum. This course does require physical interaction, but it can be scaled to all skill levels and abilities. Note: Please wear tennis shoes and bring a water bottle and towel to class. It’s recommended that you bring boxing gloves. Instructor: Todd Mills
Course # 21SUKU385
Fee: $159

Mon.-Fri., 6/7/2021-6/11/2021
1:15 PM to 4:15 PM
UT Conference Center, downtown Knoxville

Cursive to Calligraphy
(Grades 7-12, rising)
Do you know how to write your signature? Join us for this camp on cursive handwriting and discover how to write with artistry and style. You’ll practice the alphabet, your name, and your address using the techniques learned in class. We’ll also touch on the basics of turning cursive into beautiful calligraphy. Supplies are included in the camp fee. Instructor: Sally Smith
Course # 21SUKU377
Fee: $149

Mon.-Fri., 6/14/2021-6/18/2021
1:15 PM to 4:15 PM
UT Conference Center, downtown Knoxville

Explorations in Psychology
(Grades 9-12, rising)
Explore the imperative world of psychology in this interesting camp! You’ll discover what psychology is, what psychologists do, how they study behavior, and why it’s important to study the things we see and do every day with a scientific approach. What causes us to think, feel, and act the way we do? Is it genetic, learned, or both? What do we mean by abnormal behavior or mental illness? What are stereotypes and why do we have them? Each day we’ll approach these questions and more through activities, group discussion, video clips, and by putting what we learn into action. Instructor: LaTrice Wright
Course # 21SUKU350
Fee: $139

Mon.-Fri., 7/12/2021-7/16/2021
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: TBD

Financial Literacy Boot Camp
(Grades 9-12, rising)
In this camp you’ll learn the fundamentals of money management so that you can be self-sufficient with your personal finances. We’ll discuss how to budget, how to save for an emergency, how to build credit, the difference between savings accounts and checking accounts, how to understand loan offers, investments, stocks, bonds, and the time value of money. Mastering these simple topics is important in gaining financial stability as you transition into adulthood and will set you on the right track toward achieving financial success in the future. Instructor: John Fawaz
Course # 21SUKU319
Fee: $139

Mon.-Fri., 7/19/2021-7/23/2021
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Financial Partners of TN, LLC
500 Clyde St.

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