We are excited to welcome campers to YCIS this summer! Have questions about our programs? Please reach out to Summer Camp Coordinator, Becky Qiu, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join us for a summer adventure at YCIS Silicon Valley, where campers take part in creative, hands-on activities while building their language skills and confidence in our Chinese Immersion Summer Camps.
Arts and crafts. Drama. Music. Sports. Games. Culture. Hiking. Science. Cooking. YCIS Summer Camps include the best of traditional camp experiences, plus unique thematic learning that caters to all levels of Chinese language ability — from beginners to native speakers.
Curious about animals, their habitats and how humans impact them? Join us to explore habitats around the world. Like scientists, we will discover all about landforms, climates, bodies of water, plants, animals, and more. At the end of camp, we will showcase our findings and present the 3D models we create.
Let’s grab our passports and embark on a journey from East to West. On our global adventure, we will create travel brochures about the countries we visit, exploring folklore, customs, cuisine, fashion, history, sports, celebrities, music and holidays. We will celebrate the wonderful diverse world we live in and discover that, even with our differences, people have a lot in common.
In every culture and every country, children love to play games. We will celebrate the diverse legends, history, science and cultures of games and sports around the world. With our creative thinking caps on, we will also design our own games and competitions. And on the final day of camp, we will compete in a mini-Olympics with track and field games in the park. Let’s get fit and enjoy the summer sunshine!
We know students have spent a lot of time on screens this year! That’s why we have designed our digital arts focused camps for older elementary students to minimize screen time and focus on the hands-on creative process of design, making and prop and setting creation. Outdoor sports are included daily as well as other enriching activities to keep students active in the summer months!
Love to make things? Explore design tools and machines to create a variety of 3D and other objects. Gain software and graphic design skills to make dioramas, sceneries, houses and more. Learn how to use the Silhouette Cameo cutting machine to make masks and other items with a variety of materials.
Learn what it takes to become a graphic designer! Engage in the design process by developing skills in sketching, ideation and production. Learn the fundamentals of graphic design including typography, image and layout. Use the Adobe Creative Suite — InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator — to design posters, logos, packaging and other projects incorporating new skills.
Dive into the world of filmmaking! Learn how to photo shoot and develop skills using Photoshop, iMovie, sound recording and Vyond 3D animation software. Make a storyboard, create all the characters and background settings, design an avatar and film a 3D animation. Promote the film with a custom made poster.
Chinese Immersion Summer Camp – 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. – $925 per session ($1,260 Session 2)
Morning Care 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. – $60 ($80 Session 2)
Afternoon Care 3:00-6:00 p.m. – $140 ($190 Session 2)
Register by March 7 – $50 off each session
Register by March 31 – $25 off each session
Multiple Session Discounts – $20 off each session for two sessions ($30 off session 2), $100 off for all three sessions
Questions? Contact Summer Camp Coordinator, Becky Qiu, at email@example.com or (650) 903 0986.
“Great program. Full of meaningful and fun activities and staff is extremely caring!”
“All teachers and staff go an extra mile to make sure the kids are learning and having fun. We are very pleased that our child is learning about Chinese culture in America.”
“Thank you for everything … all the teachers are terrific! We have been coming two years in a row. My son enjoys the program very much.”
“My son had so much fun. He enjoyed all the hands-on learning and gained so much confidence in his Chinese speaking. I can’t thank you enough!”