Jackie Baron, a 13 year old from New Jersey, has spent her entire summer at JKCP's Xploration summer camp for middle school students. She was able to take advantage of our music class and the awesome opportunity to record in a real recording studio, along with make lasting friendships outside of the classroom. In the past she has experienced other traditional sleepaway camps but she talks about her experience at JKCP and why she finds her time spent here was more meaningful.
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Not many 11 year olds have business cards and personalized pens, but not many are like Preston Ferraiulo either. Preston is advanced for his age in the sense that he already knows what he wants to do when he grows up. He takes every opportunity he gets to learn something new to further himself and his future career, and that is why he attended Xploration’s summer business camps for kids this past summer.
As a returning student to the Julian Krinsky School of Tennis, Ryan Wagner from Maryland was eager to get back on the court. At ten years old Ryan knows what he wants in a summer tennis camp. We sat down with him to discuss his love of tennis and why he wanted to return to the Julian Krinsky School of Tennis.
With dreams of becoming the next famous food critic, Abby Lenhard attended the Julian Krinsky Cooking School at Villanova University this summer. She is no stranger to the Julian Krinsky programs, she attended the JK School of Tennis years prior. While doing research for a new cooking camp to attend, she stumbled upon the JK summer cooking program for high schoolers and she knew she had to try it out. During the two week course she was able to increase her knowledge of knife skills and plating techniques as well as critiquing food.
Daniel Meadvin, a student at the two week, Julian Krinsky summer business program has spent the past four summers at JKCP. Daniel has continued returning each summer because he appreciates that JKCP is not a 'traditional camp.' “It’s nice that there are so many options to try different things that aren’t typical at most other camps and you have the ability to pick and choose activities.” This past summer Daniel took part in the JK Business School summer program and we talked to him all about it:
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If you’ve met Julian, he’s probably asked you “howzit?” A friendly, South African greeting meaning hello, how are you, what are you up to? On our blog, we’ll share how we’re doing and hope you’ll do the same. So…howzit?
What you can read about in our blog:
- Stories and advice from previous JKCP campers
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