Both American and Chinese students will gain valuable new insights into American history and culture, have a great time, and make new friends.
Staff & Faculty
Sam Chestnut, Head of School
, The Lippman School, Akron, Ohio (curriculum development, American History and Northern Cheyenne/Plains Indian History and Culture) Mr. Chestnut has served as Head of School since 2011.
, Curriculum Coordinator/Humanities Teacher, The Lippman School, Akron, Ohio (curriculum development, American History). Mr. Russ has served as Curriculum Coordinator and Middle School Humanities teacher since 2011.
, Athletic Director (Camp Co-Coordinator) Mr. Varner has been a member of The Lippman School staff for 6 years as both a math instructor and Athletic Director.
, 3rd and 4th Grade Lead Teacher (Camp Co-Coordinator) Mrs. Versteegen has been a member of The Lippman School staff for three years and teaches reading, writing, and math to 2nd – 4th grade students.
Burt Medicine Bull
, Cheyenne Language and culture Instructor at Chief Dull Knife College, in Lame Deer, Montana. (Curriculum development, Northern Cheyenne/Plains Indians) Mr. Medicine Bull is the key liaison for this project to the College, and brings historical teaching and spirituality from the Northern Cheyenne oral tradition.
The Lippman School is located on a 65-acre campus with amenities including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, gym, playground, music room, science lab, theater stage, and a summer day-camp.
Camp Fees & Schedule
CAMP WILL BE IN SESSION:August 8-12, 2016
Day Camp: $450 (American students)
Includes all classes, weekday camp activities, lunch, and snacks.
Overnight Camp: $1,100 (International students from China)
Includes all classes, weekday and weekend camp activities, overnight lodging at Cuyahoga Valley National Park, all meals, and snacks.