The "Creating Artists, Stimulating Success" or C.A.S.S. Camp is back for its 7th year, and it's growing in size.
It's typically known for its focus on performing arts because kids get to explore the genres of classical, jazz, and gospel music. They also experience different instruments.
"We are musical beings. They way we walk, talk, and our heartbeats. Music is in all of us. Everyone likes some style. So, it's nice to be educated, and it's just a fun element. It's a fun element you can add to your life, " says C.A.S.S Camp Director, Cassandra McDonald.
But the C.A.S.S. Camp is adding a new element this year...leadership. It's partnering with the "Mind Your Own Business" program.
"Anytime you give an interview, it's a performance. So, we're trying to include that. Plus a lot of students, with the economy and not going to college, they can still have their dreams, " says McDonald.
This sector of the camp will go over proper etiquette, speech, and debate.
The C.A.S.S. Camp is open to kindergartners through high school seniors. It kicks off tomorrow and will last a week out at Hallowed Hills on the East Pike. There's still time to register if you're interested.