Webb adds Engineering Challenges, Inspirational Math to Summer Program lineup--watch Inspirational Math video

Posted April 13, 2017

Click for more Summer Program information and watch Inspirational Math video -- Courtesy / Stanford Graduate School of Education.


Outdoor Adventure, Engineering Challenges, Pottery, LEGO® Robotics and Inspirational Math are all part of The Webb School Day Camp slated for three weeks in June. A basketball skills camp will round out the 2017 Summer Program schedule.

Day camp, under the direction of Webb faculty member, A.J. Swafford, is for rising 4th-8th graders and will be offered June 12-16, June 19-23 and June 26-30 from 8:45 a.m.-3 p.m. The cost is $275 with $25 off for attending each additional week. Bus service from Murfreesboro and Tullahoma departing at 8 a.m. each day (with a minimum of five riders) is planned for $35 each week of camp.

The basketball skills camp for rising 4th-12th graders, led by Webb varsity boys’ basketball coach Jeff Mitchell, is scheduled for June 5-7 from 9 a.m.-noon for $80 (or $30 per day). Mitchell will focus on offensive skill development with competitive games, drills and activities.

For more information or to register, visit www.thewebbschool.com/academics/summer-program, contact admissions@webbschool.com or call 931-389-6003.

Course descriptions include:


Mornings filled with high and low ropes, zip line, climbing and more! Push yourself to your limits with our trained staff. Activities will be designed for fair or foul weather.


Learn how to throw on the pottery wheel. This hands-on course is taught by an experienced potter. Use your imagination and enjoy the creative and messy process. Take home your creation Friday!


This is a program designed at Stanford University that is formulated to inspire students to achieve a growth mindset through beautiful and creative math. All tasks are designed to be low floor and high ceiling so all students can have success and go as far as they are able. Class 1 is not required for 2, they will just have a different week. For more information about the class, click for video Courtesy / Stanford Graduate School of Education.


The robotics kits are designed for beginners and more experienced builders. This course is designed for an introduction to the build and design process with a small amount of programming. Create a moving robot by the end of the week.


Level 2 robotics takes the building and programming to the next level. You will work with and modify the stock robots built in Level 1 and get into more of the programming to make them do more! Level 1 is not required to participate.


Each day will be a new challenge for you and your group to figure out and solve a problem to the best of your ability. We provide the problem and materials, and you provide the brains! Will you be the engineering champion at the end of the week?

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