Our educational views, professional staff, and character programming, ensures the bridging of gap between the Spring and Fall semester. ZCH is committed to providing students with every opportunity to reach their goals through fun, competitive-peer to peer- activities. Summer learning is essential to one's health, remediation, and enrichment academically while implementing recreational base fun.
What sets our Summer Enrichment Program apart from the rest?
Our Summer Enrichment Program is designed to meet the following goals. Each camper will:
● Learn to appreciate oneself, gain confidence, and self-esteem
● Develop Life Skills.
● Participate in Community Service Projects.
● Develop Positive Relationships.
● Develop skills in Leadership and Group Support.
● Learn Responsibility.
● Learn to Appreciate Diversity.
● Enhance and Remediate Academic skills from previous and current grade levels.
● Develop a balanced life: Physically, Mentally, Socially, and Spiritually.
● Have FUN and get dirty!
Zion's Community House
121 Temple Avenue
Newnan, Ga. 30263
Kylee is sweet and kind and shows sincere compassion for her campmates. It's a joy to see her smiling face each and every morning!!
-Mrs. Reese and Ms. Kyla
From the beginning of the summer til now, Amarion has shown nothing but kindness and respect. He very well-mannered when talking to adults and is always in a positive mood. He is shy but over the time he came out of that shell!
-Mr. Elijah and Ms. Madison
Kristian is a very open and honest camper. She is also a natural born leader who always advocates for herself and her classmates! She’s the silent strength in every room she enters!
-Mr. JC and Ms. Cydney
When Brayden first came he was really to himself but soon came out of his shell to interact with his peers. He enjoys playing basketball, football, & sometimes kickball with others while also making sure to include the younger kids if they want to play. I am glad I got the chance to meet Brayden this summer and him feeling comfortable enough to be himself!!
4th-5th grade focused on measurement again this week in more detail! They created figures to demonstrate!
6th-8th grade visited The Civil Rights Museum in Downtown Atlanta! Special thanks to Dr. Derrick Lewis for sponsoring the trip and also teaching our older campers inportant life skills!
Teamwork makes the dream work! Our campers truly know how to work together
Our counselors had a day full of WATER surprises for our campers! Great way to end the summer!