for rising 4th, 5th and 6th graders

Comprehension Capers & Think Tank are small group learning camps for rising 4th, 5th and 6th graders.  The first week of Comprehension Capers is designed to develop and strengthen strategies to improve comprehension with an emphasis on mysteries.  Activities will include a mystery novel study, mini-mysteries, clue hunts and reading games. As students review comprehension skills, they will become super-sleuths as they solve mysteries and focus on the importance of answering the who, what, when, where, why, and how of comprehension. Daily mini-mysteries and hunts will aide students in following directions and applying comprehension strategies.

The second week of Think Tank is designed to develop and enhance problem-solving skills, basic math concepts, and logical thinking through fun-filled activities and cooperative games.  Students will learn strategies and mental processing while also developing communication and language skills. In using a variety of games as the basic curriculum, the students will be able to have fun while working on critical thinking skills and learning problem-solving strategies.  Camper/staff ratio is 8:1.

Camp Dates for 2023

June 20 – June 30 (School Closed on June 19 for Juneteenth holiday)

Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Cost: $1,312
Financial aid is available for qualifying students


Registration for Comprehension Capers & Think Tank is open until spaces are filled. Many sessions fill early and a wait list is maintained for sessions that fill to capacity. In the event your child cannot attend camp, tuition may be refunded if your child’s place can be filled. However, no refunds are given after May 1, 2023.

Registration for Speech School Students begins January 23.  To register for camp, complete and send the Camp Application Form along with a 50% deposit to school. A 50% deposit is required at time of application with remaining payment due in full by May 1, 2023. The deposit is non-transferable and non-refundable.

Registration for Students who do not attend the Speech School: For all students who are not currently enrolled at the Speech School and are applying to Comprehension Capers, a review of the student’s learning profile is necessary to determine if the summer program will meet the needs of each student. Open registration for students who do not attend the Speech School begins on February 21. The following information will be reviewed for possible placement:

  • Completed Camp Application Form
  • Teacher Questionnaire Form
  • Any additional testing completed by a Speech Language Pathologist, School Psychologist, or Learning Specialist

Refund Policy

In the event your child cannot attend camp, tuition may be refunded if your child’s place can be filled.  However, no refunds are given after May 1, 2023.

Please contact Lola Stringer, Director for Summer Programs, at 404-233-5332, ext. 3131, for application materials and to discuss camp programs and services available for your child.