Summer Program


Webb Day Camp 

Summer Program 2015 -- Look for LEGO Robotics, outdoor adventures, technology, science, art and more!

Information coming soon. Priority registration given to past participants.

Our summer programs include week-long day camps, for rising 4th-8th graders. Bus service is available from Murfreesboro and Tullahoma. 

The 2014 Webb School Day Camp

Daily Schedule

8:00 -  Bus pickup (Barfield IGA in Murfreesboro, Northgate Mall in Tullahoma)
8:40 - Check in at Webb
9:00-10:30 - Courses
Snack break at various times
10:35-Noon - Courses
Noon-12:30 - Lunch
12:30-1:15 - Courses
1:15-1:25 -  Water break
1:30-2:15 Courses
2:15-2:45 Fun Activities
2:45-3:00 - Preparations to depart
3:00 - Dismissal for car riders
3:40 - Buses arrive in Murfreesboro and Tullahoma

Surprises and other events may be planned for Fridays! Camp will take place, rain or shine.  Students should come dressed for outdoor activities in the morning.  Sturdy shoes (no flip-flops), bug spray, sunscreen, and water bottle are mandatory. 

Pies and Cakes and Wire?

Explore the paintings of Wayne Thiebaud whose art is good enough to eat! Then, walk on the wild side of art. Experience twisted wire sculpture like local artist Vannoy Streeter. An adventure in exploring the works and connections between these two artists.

Great Ideas in Art

Great ideas seem worlds apart but they are closer than you think! Let’s discover how artists find inspiration for their beautiful work. THEN, it will be time to find out what inspires YOU! You can make a relief or found object sculpture that shows something you think is awesome.

Haiku Art/Disappearing Art

Japanese Haiku expresses a mood, a feeling, a color or a season. Let’s do abstract art to communicate the same things. Disappearing Art piggybacks on Haiku Art. Some art lasts for thousands of years; some for only a moment. Explore and capture your art in a photo before it disappears.

Art Explorations

Relax! Let’s try zentangles and other new media explorations in a fun and creative way. Be prepared to get dirty and really enjoy yourself.

Yes! Writer’s Workshop

Writing is so important! Find interesting and intriguing ways to meet the challenges of writing for CCSS and other standardized tests. Patterned after the successful MTSU Writer’s Workshop.

Writing and Poetry Explorations

Enjoy a relaxing and enlightening browse through familiar and not-so-familiar poetry. Perfect for a hot summer’s afternoon.

LEGO® Robotics

Mindstorms (for older students); LEGO® WeDo (for younger students). Experience the world of Robotics and engineering through Legos. Advanced and beginner classes. This is a STEM-related class.


Dig into something that is as addictive as potato chips! MindBenders is an individually-paced inductive and deductive logic activity. Students work at their own paces. Oral puzzlers each day as well.

Mandarin Chinese
Enter the world of the Mandarin Chinese language through activities, games, art, videos, dance and other ways.
1. Conversational Chinese using Total Physical  Response.
2. China: art, music and dance – The  Chinese cultural arts such as paper-cutting,  calligraphy, Beijing Opera masks, drawing  and painting.

Crazy Chemistry

Do an experiment a day and explore the reasons why it does what it does, the importance of it, and how such an experiment has relevance today. Safe, exciting, and quite unusual. A hands-on STEM-related class.

Slimy Science

Yes, everything here is slimy, gooey and messy. Look deeper into all aspects of Science by doing the messiest, craziest of activities. Discuss the why’s and applications of these goopy concepts and skills. This is a STEM-related class.

Outdoor Adventures

High ropes? Low ropes? Rock-climbing wall? Water experiences? Outdoor and indoor games and fast-paced activities. Test your skill and daring, and build confidence through carefully supervised, safe and exciting activities. Activities will be outdoor except for inclement weather.

2014 Summer Program!

First Week of Day Camp

First Week.jpg

Click for more photos
For more information, contact:
Cindy Jones
Summer Programs Director
Admissions Office

Soccer Skills Camp

June 16-20, 2014
For 7 yrs. old-8th graders
Session I -- 8 a.m.-Noon
Soccer skill work and games
Session II -- 1-5 p.m.
Aerobic and soccer skill work
Cost: $125 one session, $200 for both sessions


Boys' and Girls' Basketball CAMP

June 4-6, 2014
For rising 5th-12th graders
9 a.m.-Noon
Shooting/ball handling
fundamentals camp
Cost; $80 


SAT Math and english prep

June 23-27, 2014
For rising 9th-12th graders
SAT English Prep
9-10:20 a.m.
SAT Math Prep
10:30-11:50 a.m.
$100 for each course

Summer Camp 009.jpg
 See Summer 2013 Photos!