Ohio Hi-Point is pleased to offer two pilot summer camps for the 2019 summer season. Both of the camps are free of charge.
The Summer Innovation Camp will be hosted at the Ohio Hi-Point Bellefontaine Main Campus and the Manufacturing Camp will be hosted at the Marysville Early College High School.
In addition to hosting summer camps, OHP will also partner with the Champaign County Inventors Camp to teach students about engineering and manufacturing.
The summer camps below could not be possible without the support of the community and local businesses. The Summer Innovation Camp at the Bellefontaine Main Campus is made possible in part by the United Way of Logan County's Community Impact Fund.
We look forward to showcasing career fields and hands-on, interactive modules for students to develop critical thinking, teamwork, and problem solving skills.
Summer Innovation Camp at OHP
The Summer Innovation Camp is open to all incoming 8th, 9th, and 10th graders attending a Logan County school (Bellefontaine, Benjamin Logan, Indian Lake, and Riverside) as well as Upper Scioto Valley (since the district partnered with USV on the 21st Century Grant in previous years).
During this free camp, students choose three career modules they want to learn more about, exploring one career module per day. Students are exposed to various career paths within the module and participate in hands-on and interactive activities to showcase what they learned.
Lunch and snacks will be provided to students each day.
The Summer Innovation Camp is made possible in part by the United Way Community Impact Fund Grant.
Students attending summer camp have the option to arrive at OHP at 9 a.m. or arrive at their partner school by 8:30 a.m. for a bus to take them to and from campus. The following locations will be designated pick-up and drop-off locations. Parents are responsible for dropping off and picking up students at these locations.
Bellefontaine High School will be coming directly to the students and bussing them from their home to and from OHP's campus. The Bellefontaine Transportation Department will be in touch with all Bellefontaine students participating to let them know of their specific pick-up time.
Arrive by: 8:30 a.m.
Bellefontaine, OH 43311
Arrive by: 8:30 a.m.
2096 County Rd 24 S.
De Graff, OH 43318
Arrive by: 8:30 a.m.
Lewistown, OH 43333
Upper Scioto Valley
Arrive by: 8:30 a.m.
510 South Courtright St.
McGuffey, OH 45859
Open to: Logan County incoming 8th, 9th, and 10th graders
Dates: June 4-6, 2019
Time: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
*Students attending summer camp have the option to arrive at OHP at 9 a.m. or arrive at their partner school before 8:30 a.m. for a bus to take them to and from campus.
Take a look at the full list of available career modules below and register today before spots are gone!
- Allied Health - CPR & First Aid Training
- Criminal Justice
- Culinary Arts
- Intro to Manufacturing
- Intro into Robotics with EV3
- Multimedia Marketing
- Outdoor Careers
Do you want to make a difference in others’ lives? Our Allied Health Program can get you started in the right direction with CPR and First Aid Training. As part of your CPR training, you’ll have the opportunity to practice CPR with rescue breathing, AED use, and working as part of a 2 rescuer team. Your instructor will also review your First Aid knowledge, taking you through the steps you’ve already learned to control bleeding, Epi-Pen use, patient assessment, and more.
Students enrolling in the Cosmetology module will dive into the complex and multiple techniques of braiding. Students will be exposed to 2, 3, 4, 5 & 11 strand braiding, which includes: Dovestail/Bullsrope, Cording /Bridal braid, Visible French, Invisible French, Corn rowing/Box braiding, 4-strand, 5-strand, and 11 strand.
If time allows, students will also work on paraffin wax application.
This pathway will be lead by experienced Law Enforcement Officers from the Logan County Sheriff's Office. Class activities include criminal investigation, search and seizure laws, interview/interrogation of suspect(s)/victim(s), drug intervention, crime scene investigation, firearms safety, and an overview of the choices program: dangers of sexting and social media use.
Students will also participate scenario based instruction, all participants are asked to wear appropriate clothing, which includes comfortable clothing for the practical exercises (heavier clothing, such as jeans, sweat pants, cargo pants and sweatshirts are recommended. Please, NO shorts).
During practical exercises airsoft weapons will be used. (Proper use airsoft weapons and safety equipment will be provided to the students before use.)
Students will have an opportunity to use the latest technology that the most successful manufacturing companies are using today. Students will have an opportunity to design and 3D print their very own key fob using the latest 3D modeling software. Students will also have an opportunity to manufacture their very own hammer using a CNC lathe. Completion of both projects will allow each student to take home a finished product to be proud of.
Experience Adobe Photoshop and Basic Photography in a fun and interactive environment. Students will work to colorize black and white photographs of their choosing and create a fully rendered COLOR version of the same picture. In addition, students will get their hands on professional cameras and take a "shot" at product and model photography in the green room. Students will learn to remove the green background and replace it with something else! Ever had your picture taken on the moon? Well, now you can.
Students will learn the safety and operation of Green Industry equipment. Some of the equipment the students will operate are Skid Steer Loaders, Mini Excavators, and Commercial mowers. After learning the safe operation of equipment students will be able to try their luck at skill challenges with the machinery.
The Summer Innovation Camp is made possible in part by the United Way Community Impact Fund Grant. We greatly appreciate the support to provide students access to dive into a variety of career pathways and experiences.
Marysville Manufacturing Camp at MECHS
Open to all incoming 5th, 6th, and 7th graders from Marysville Exempted School District, Manufacturing Camp is a free, fun and interactive program focused on the exciting world of engineering. Students work hands-on with robotics and electronics — each day focusing on different elements, like designing and creating, that make up the engineering field.
A light breakfast and mid-morning snack will be provided for students each day.
There are 35 spots available for this camp.
Open to: Incoming Marysville 5th, 6th, and 7th graders
Dates: June 18-20
Time: 8 - 11:30 a.m.
Location: Marysville Early College High School