Exposure, Experience, Exploration
What have our kids experienced?
Our Kids Were Exposed to Animals
They visited the Dallas Zoo, home to more than 2,000 animals.
Our Kids Were Exposed to Natural History and Science
They visited the Perot Museum of Nature and Science where their curiosity was inspired through exhibits, live science demonstrations, and hands-on learning.
Our Kids Were Exposed to Lacrosse
Thanks to our partnership with Bridge Lacrosse Dallas, we introduced approximately 45 of our campers to the sport of lacrosse, both girls and boys.
Our Kids Were Exposed to Golf
Thanks to our partnership with First Tee Dallas, we introduced approximately 30 to 40 of our campers to the sport of golf, both girls and boys.
Our Kids Were Exposed to Low-Tech and High Skills
Through our partnership with the Eagle Scholars – a program of the Vickery Meadow Youth Development Foundation – our campers were exposed to a variety of skill-based games which challenged their coordination, judgment, and ability to work as a team.
Frisco Discovery Center
We heard about the Frisco Discovery Center and decided that this might be a unique opportunity for our campers.
Our kids explored physics …
Our kids explored techno-history …
Our kids explored old-school gaming …
Our Kids Explored S.T.E.M.
Thanks to our partnership with Big Thought, our campers explored computer science technology, engineering, and math. The Big Thought Mobile Tech XPerience is a rolling STEM classroom where students will be introduced to robotics, 3D modelling and printing, programming, and other technology exploration. It carries forty laptops, twelve robotics kits and four 3D printers.
The Path to Successful Higher Education
A successful path to college is paved by:
- exposing our children to the world in a way that helps broaden and develop their frame of reference.
- providing them with different experiences that build their capacity.
- creating opportunities for them to explore that which is unfamiliar in order to expand their base of knowledge.
The Future of Dallas Bethlehem Center
To be the premier resource for parents in South Dallas who seek to create a pathway to a successful college education for their children.
This year we will launch a year-round program focused on working with parents and their children to pave the way to a successful college education.
Summer Camp 2018 will be a continuation of this new initiative and will involve only children enrolled in the year-round program.
Initially this program will target parents of children grades 3 to 6. The goal will be to create and execute a year-round agenda of experiential learning and engagement activities that will put children on a path to a successful higher education while helping them become more academically competitive on a national scale.