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Vista Conservatory provides high quality, low cost, and engaging instruction in a variety of
mediums 
within academics, the arts, and technology to community members of all ages.

  Summer 2017 VCC Registration is Now Open

June 5 – 29  (4 weeks)

REGISTRATION:

❖      Course Descriptions are at the bottom of this page (please scroll down)

❖      Questions? vistaconservatory@vistautah.com

TUITION:

❖     All payments are due by the first day of class, unless payment arrangements have been made.

❖      Prorating available if set up through vistaconservatory@vistautah.com before classes begin 

Please pay cash or check to Vista School’s front office OR

Online payments available at: www.vistautah.com/payments

Tuition is due by the first class, unless payment arrangements have been made.

Summer 2017 Course Descriptions

Photoshop Project Camp (grades 5-adult) Mon June 12 through Thurs June 15   9:00-12:00pm (Mrs. Rowan) $100

Come learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop and create fun projects that you can print or share digitally! This course is taught by Mrs. Rowan –  mrowan@vistautah.com

Movie Camp (grades 5-adult) Mon June 26 through Thurs June 29  9:00-12:00pm  (Mrs. Rowan) $100

Learn the basics of Adobe Premiere Pro so you can film and edit your own videos! Students will learn how to shoot video with DSLR cameras, transfer files to the computer, import them into video editing software, and learn to cut and fade clips and add titles, captions, music, sound effects and more.  This course is taught by Mrs. Rowan –  mrowan@vistautah.com

Adobe Illustrator (adults) Tues June 13, Thurs June 15, Tues June 27, and Thurs June 29  5:00-8:00pm (Mrs. Rowan) $100

Come learn the basics of Adobe Illustrator! Students will learn how to create file types (vector, pdf, jpg, png, gif), create graphics for projects (posters, t-shirts, calendars, programs, logos), and learn the functions of many of Illustrator’s amazing tools. This course is taught by Mrs. Rowan –  mrowan@vistautah.com

3D Design and Printing (grades 5-8) Mon June 26 through Thurs June 29  9:00-12:00pm (Mr. Merrill) $125

This course for both beginning and advanced users will be project oriented with training on basic 3D design and printing.  Students will create digital files and a 3D print starting with an object in the real world. Students will have many options for how to create their digital file and will get a ‘Final Imaging Print’ at the end of the week.  Students will be focused on a project, rather than just printing trinkets. Cost includes filament and printing. This course is taught by Mr. Merrill –  rmerrill@dxatc.edu

Beginning Hip-Hop (grades 3-8) Mon and Wed 10:00-11:00am (Miss Parkin) $75

This course is for students who want to begin learning Hip-Hop. This course consists of easy stretching and conditioning, slower across the floor and center combinations to begin demonstrating and using body isolations and rhythmic patterns. This course also uses free-style and choreographed movement to instill confidence in each student’s individual and unique movement quality.  Hip Hop clothes (clothes you can move in, baggy sweats, tennis shoes, etc) are expected.  No dresses, uniforms, sandals, socks, or bare feet please.  This course is taught by Miss Parkin –  lexajojo@gmail.com

Intermediate Hip-Hop (grades 4-8) Tues and Thurs 10:00-11:00am (Miss Parkin) $75

This course is for students who want to continue learning Hip-Hop. This course consists of stretching and conditioning, across the floor and center combinations demonstrating body isolation, rhythmic patterns, and several different hip-hop styles (i.e. tutting, stepping, and simple b-boy and b-girl movement). This course also uses free-style movement to instill confidence in each student’s individual and unique movement quality.  Hip Hop clothes (clothes you can move in, baggy sweats, tennis shoes, etc) are expected.  No dresses, uniforms, sandals, socks, or bare feet please.  This course is taught by Miss Parkin –  lexajojo@gmail.com

Beginning Ballet/Jazz Technique (grades 1-3) Mon June 19 through Thurs June 22  9:00-10:30am (Mrs. Thomas) $75

This class offers an introduction to Ballet and Jazz technique. Correct positions and alignment are taught to create a solid foundation for dance technique. Students are expected to wear a leotard or tight-fitted shirt with tights or leggings. Ballet shoes recommended, but not required.  This course is taught by Mrs. Thomas – sthomas@vistautah.com

Intermediate Ballet (grades 4-8) Mon June 19 through Thurs June 22  10:30am-12:00pm  (Mrs. Thomas)  $75

Intermediate Ballet is designed to strengthen and maintain the dancer’s overall technique, performance and knowledge in classical ballet. This course will consist of barre work, body conditioning, and center work. Barre exercises will strengthen and clean the dancer’s technique. Body conditioning will strengthen the dancer’s alignment, carriage, posture and endurance. Center work will combine technique and conditioning for executing traveling combinations, turns, and leaps.  Girls are expected to wear a black leotard, pink tights and pink ballet shoes. Boys are expected to wear the Vista dance uniform and black ballet shoes. This course is taught by Mrs. Thomas – sthomas@vistautah.com

Advanced Ballet (grades 6-12, with teacher approval)  Mon June 26 through Thurs June 29  9:00am-12:00pm  (Mrs. Thomas)  $100

Advanced Ballet is designed to strengthen the dancers’ overall technique, artistry and knowledge in classical ballet. This course will consist of barre work, body conditioning, and center work. Barre work will strengthen and maintain the dancer’s technique. Body conditioning will strengthen the dancer’s alignment, carriage, posture and endurance. Center work will combine technique and conditioning by using petite allegro, grande allegro, and adagio combinations. Classical variations will be taught to broaden the dancer’s repertoire.  Girls are expected to wear a black leotard, pink tights and pink ballet shoes. Pointe shoes optional. Boys are expected to wear the Vista dance uniform and black ballet shoes. This course is taught by Mrs. Thomas – sthomas@vistautah.com

Hula II (teacher approval only, contact Mrs. Gent) Tues and Thurs  11:00-12:00pm  (Mrs. Gent) $50

This class is offered to all students who have completed Hula I with Kumu Ami. In this class we will be further studying the Hawaiian art of hula, language, and a little lei making!! Kumu Ami is excited to continue bringing the love of her Hawaiian culture to Vista School. Proper attire includes white or black t-shirt/tank top and black, brown or blue exercise shorts/pants. No shoes required. This course is taught by Mrs. Gent – wishentertainment1@gmail.com

Rock Camp for Strings (grades 4-12) June 12-15 and June 19-22, Mon through Thurs 9:00am – 1:00pm (Mrs. DeLuca) $150/two week camp

Rock Camp for Strings will meet Mon-Thurs for two weeks, with a big “rock concert” on Thurs June 22.  You will be rehearsing famous “rock: music like Kashmir, Eleanor Rigby with improvisations, Clocks, Viva LaVida, along with other great “rock” hits. In addition, you will become a wizard on the fingerboard because you’ll learn the Rossini String Sonata in G Major, an exciting and challenging string orchestra gem that Rossini composed when he was only 12 years old. Join in on the summer string orchestra fun at Vista and become “rock stars”! This course is taught by Mrs. DeLuca – lghidossideluca@vistautah.com

Summer Scholar Math (grades 5-9) Mon June 19 through Thurs June 22 9:00am – 12:00pm (Mrs. Snow and Mrs. Hildebrandt) $100

Come beat the heat and have fun this summer, learning new and challenging math concepts in a fun, hands on way. We will have a math obstacle course, STEM challenges, Lego math, math competition, ice cream and lots of other fun. Don’t forget what you have learned this past year. Come join us for Summer Scholar Math Camp! This course is taught by Mrs. Snow – ksnow@vistautah.com, and Mrs. Hildebrandt – ahildebrandt@vistautah.com

Bricks4Kidz: Engineering (grades K-7) Mon June 12 through Thurs June 15 11:00am – 2:00pm  (Mr. Nelson) $75

This class will take Lego® play concepts and apply them to solve real world engineering problems.  Students will become familiar with gears, pulleys, and axles as they modify and design machines and contraptions used for problem solving. This class is designed to be a fun introduction to these more complex subjects.  Students will have an opportunity to showcase their abilities and create interesting moving machines using Lego® bricks. All materials will be provided.  This course is taught by Robert Nelson – tilesaverguy@gmail.com

Bricks4Kidz: Creative Camp (grades K-7) Mon June 26 through Thurs June 29 11:00am – 2:00pm  (Mr. Nelson) $75

Bricks 4 Kidz campers will look at the world around them as they think of ways to create and modify existing builds from our stock of model plans.  We will build the model using Lego® Bricks and then have several challenges to add upgrades to make our machines better.  Plenty of creative fun awaits campers in this brand new camp. All materials will be provided.  This course is taught by Robert Nelson – tilesaverguy@gmail.com

Vista Conservatory provides high quality, low cost, and engaging instruction in a variety of mediums within academics, the arts, and technology to community members of all ages.

WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE:

  • Highly qualified instructors
  • Low tuition rates
  • Scholarships available
  • Small class sizes
  • Private school vision
  • Open to the public
  • Wide variety of course
  • Open to all ages

Questions?
Email: vistaconservatory@vistautah.com

***Limited Scholarships will be available for select courses.  If you are interested, please pick up a scholarship application in the front office. You must register for the class you are wishing to receive a scholarship for.

Summer Semester Dates:
June 5-29