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IUPUI Chinese Culture Summer Camp


June 13-July 15

Deadline to Apply: May 31st, 2016



For language learning, the younger the better. To better prepare our children to learn Chinese language, the Confucius Institute in Indianapolis offers a Chinese Culture summer day-camp for K-8 students. The camp is held on the IUPUI campus, and last for one to five weeks. Students will have a full curriculum of Chinese martial arts, language, calligraphy, crafts and sports, singing and dancing and more.  Classes are taught by local Chinese Teachers and Teaching Assistants from IUPUI.

Who: Children in grades K-8 (must be at least 5yrs old to enroll).

Groups: Divided by Age Group

Language Classes will be broken down to Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Level

Where: IUPUI campus: Location TBD
When: Mon. – Fri. June 13 – July 15, 2015; 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM.
Pre & After School Care (extra charge) available 7:30 – 8:30 AM, and 4:30 – 6:00 PM
Costs: $150 per week or $125 per week if enrolled all five weeks

 $25 per week for pre- and after-school care

 $15 one time teaching materials and textbooks fee (waived if enrolled by May 1st)

Sibling Discounts Available

Note: No camp on Monday July 4th. ($30 off camp price will be applied and additional $5 off if enrolled in pre/after care during this week)

Payment: Please mail or drop off registration form and payment (cash or check only made payable to “IUPUI Confucius Institute”) to 425 University Blvd, CA 129, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Payment is due with registration and must be received in order for registration to be confirmed.  Once received, we will send you a receipt.

Cost includes: Camp T-shirt, calligraphy brush & paper, Chinese language books, Chinese game

Orientation: We will be holding an orientation session prior to the camp (Friday June 10th from 4:00 -4:30pm; Location TBD)

What to Bring: Due to food allergies and your child’s individual preferences, we are asking that parents pack a morning snack and a lunch for their child each day of the camp. Please be sure to clearly mark your child’s name on his or her lunch box/bag.  Campers also bring their own backpack, pencil and notebook.

Parking: Meters are available.  IUPUI Parking Services has notified us that they have daily permits ($13) and monthly permits ($28).  This is based on last years price.  If you are interested in a parking pass please let me know for which week(s) and I will give you a quote.  For the most part, although limited, meter parking has been adequate.

Additional Information: The camp is held on the IUPUI Campus (Classroom location TBD).  Lunch is in the Campus Center. Each week we have Camper of the week for each group. We generally have a performance on the last day of camp which will be Friday July 15th at 4:30pm.   There will be no camp on Friday July 3rdGroups might be combined for non-language classes.

Questions: Contact Noah Buonanno phone (317) 278-7900 or email

2015 summer camp