WINTER INTENSIVE PERFORMING ARTS LEADERSHIP CAMP

REGISTRATION FORM
DECEMBER 25-29, 2017
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THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE

WHEN:
Session 1/ (1/2/18-1/5/18): Monday-Friday 9:00am-3:30pm Extended care available 3:30pm-6pm

Session 2/Mid-Winter Break (2/19/18-2/23/18): Monday-Friday 9:00am-3:30pm Extended care available 3:30pm-6pm
WHO: Ages: 6-14
WHERE: 14434 8th Street, Bellevue WA 98007
COST:
$295 Full camp 
$221 Three days camp participation 

$148 Two days camp participation
Extended Care Additional $80/Session or $20/Day
CONTACT: Email: goalprogram@hotmail.com Website: http://www.go-al.org

It’s time for your child to step up to its true artistic and leadership potential.

DAILY CLASSES SCHEDULE INCLUDES:

  • Leadership
  • Public Speaking
  • Theater Production
  • Voice
  • Classical Ballet
  • Tap
  • Jazz
  • Character Dance
GOAL’s performing arts and leadership classes are taught by a highly educated and experienced faculty of teachers led by Stanko Milov, who is a former principal dancer and faculty of Pacific Northwest Ballet (1999-2011) and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre (1993-1999), Master of Arts in Management and Leadership/Delta Mu Delta and a BFA graduate of Cornish College of the Arts.
Mandatory Attire Policy
Girls: A white leotard (camisole, long/short sleeve), pink skirts and pink tights to class, and performances. Pink tights and ballet slippers (no cut off tights; pink tights must be worn underneath leotard). Skirts must be clean, attractive and secured with a waistband or ribbon). As an alternative to the leotard and ballet slippers attire, the students may wear black leggings and a sport t-shirt with jazz shoes. The hair of the student must be neatly pulled back. 
Boys: Comfortable black sweatpants, and a white/black t-shirt to class, rehearsals, and performances. Black jazz shoes with white socks.
ALL STUDENTS: No facial jewelry (nose rings, etc.) in any class.
Drop Off/Pick Up Policy
Students should arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before the beginning of the camp class at 9am and leave no later than 10 minutes after the scheduled ending time at 3:30pm. Otherwise, students must be enrolled into extended care between 3:30-6pm.
Lunch
GOAL provides time for lunch and play between Noon and 1 PM. Students must bring their own lunch box with food suitable for their needs. GOAL does NOT provide food or refreshments to the students.
Final Community Leadership Family Presentations:
Each of our camps culminates with a public community leadership presentation for parents, friends and community to enjoy.
·    Session 1: January 5, 2018 at 11:30 AM
·    Session 2: February 23, 2018 at 11:30 AM
Registration Form
To participate in the camp all students must have returned a signed by a parent/guardian registration form (see attached) prior to the beginning of the camp. Thank you!

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