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Early Learner and High School Courses

We're pleased to be able to expand our offerings for the first time to span ages 4 to 18! Check out highlights below for our youngest and oldest (i.e. high school) students.

Courses for Early Learners (Ages 4-6)

Our Early Learners program meets at our Campus Early School, one of our three early childhood sites and situated on our Main Campus. An early childhood educator, assisted by an Intern and a CIT, will provide a different themed experience each week. Afterschool care is available until 5:45 pm as part of our Extended Day program.

Here's the chronological listing:

Week 1 (June 19-23) Full
Wacky Water Week

Ages: 4-6
Williette Zigbuo

Water, water, everywhere! Activities will revolve around exploration with water, science experiments, and adventures in small pools and our on-campus creek. Children create beaches, relax, and have fun!

Week 2 (June 26-30) Full
Design and Engineering for Kids

Ages: 4-6
Williette Zigbuo

We put the excitement in S.T.E.M. education. Children dive into age-appropriate, inquiry-based, hands-on-learning through FUN designing and constructing activities using Legos, blocks, Thinker Linkers, and more!

Week 3 (July 3-7) Full
All About Art

Ages: 4-6
Carly Chapman

An amazing week of creativity awaits you. Each day we will have several guided activities. We will also venture out on our own to create artistic masterpieces using a variety of materials including wood, paint, clay, fabric, paper, beads and more! Guaranteed fun!

Week 4 (July 10-14) Full
Science for Small Hands
Ages: 4-6
Tasha Anderson

Get ready for a week full of science experiments and discoveries. We’ll learn about some basic scientific concepts and how things work. We’ll do some fun experiments and make observations. We’ll even have a couple of experiments that we can eat! Strap on some protective eyewear and gloves and get ready for a fun week of learning together.

Week 5 (July 17-21) Full
Ready, Set, Build!
Ages: 4-6
Tasha Anderson

Get your hard hats and tools ready for a week of designing and building together! We will build all kinds of structures inside and even some well-designed fairy houses outside. We’ll look at some different buildings and see how they’re made and we’ll practice measuring and using tools. By the end of the week you’ll have a house just right for a favorite stuffy, action figure or doll.

Week 6 (July 24-28) Full
Secret Life of Insects
Ages: 4-6
Tasha Anderson

Ever wonder which insects make all that racket in the summer months here in North Carolina? If so, get ready to spend some time this summer turning over rocks, digging in the dirt and looking closely in trees and bushes to investigate local insects up close. We will record what we discover about insects, read books about insects, study insect anatomy, build insects using clay and other materials, and sing insect songs.

Week 7 (July 31-August 4) Full
Garden Gurus
Ages: 4-6
Tasha Anderson

Dig out your shovel and hoe, shake out those seeds, and let's get planting. Summer is here and it's not too late to start the process. We'll start our seeds, transplant some seedlings, make better garden soil, trek into the woods to find some native plants, learn about gardening in containers, and create some fun garden art to take home. It's all about being outdoors, getting our hands in the dirt, creating new spaces, and learning some fundamental concepts about growing our own food. We'll even try our hand at making jams and learning about pickling!

Week 8 (August 7-11)
Nature Artists
Ages: 4-6
Tasha Anderson

There is an unlimited amount of beauty in nature. Explore multiple art mediums while using the physical world as inspiration. We will create looms from sticks, leaf rubbings, mono prints, nature drawings and more. Learn how famous artists have been inspired by nature since the beginning of time. Campers can expect to create extended projects based on the mediums that they enjoy the most. We will spend our time outdoors as well as indoors.

Courses for High School Students (Ages 14-18)

In some of these courses, your rising or current high schooler might be at the older end of the age range or at the younger. Thanks for your thoughtfulness in helping your student choose courses that are likely to be a good fit in terms of content and social-emotional learning.

Advanced Comic Design
Ages: 9-15
Jamie Charles
Week 3 (July 3-7)
Week 6 (July 24-28)

For our older students, here’s an opportunity to enhance your skills in comic drawing. Led by Jamie Charles who has been teaching Comic Design in CFS Summer Programs for over 10 years, the workshop provides a meeting place for expanding skills and talents. You do NOT have to have taken Comic Design prior to this. This is for those students who want to work a bit intensely on their creations. Share your techniques, exchange tips, learn new skills, collaborate with a partner, and learn from the community.

CSI at CFS: Forensic Science
Ages: 13-18
Asiya Gusa, Ph.D.
Week 4 (July 10-14)

Learn the science behind solving crimes as we explore the tools and methods used in forensic science. Physical evidence left behind at a crime scene (such as fingerprints, hair, fibers, and DNA) can provide valuable evidence linking a suspect to a crime. Through a variety of hands-on experiences including fingerprinting, microscopy, burn tests, and gel electrophoresis, we will explore how crime scene investigators collect and evaluate evidence. With this expertise, students will complete the week by working in small groups to design a crime scenario for the rest of the class to solve based on the evidence presented.

Sewing and Quilting
Ages: 8-14
Sudi-Laura Overstreet
Week 8 (August 7-11)

Participants will spend the week creating sewing and/or quilting projects. With patterns as a starting point, they'll have the opportunity to learn and expand their knowledge of both hand and machine sewing. Students can master new skills each day, including piecing, measuring, attaching borders, and quilting. More experienced students can move beyond basic quilt squares and learn about triangles, complex quilt block construction, and the history of traditional patterns.

Comic Design
Ages: 9-15
Jamie Charles
Week 1 (June 19-23) Full
Week 2 (June 26-30) Full
Week 4 (July 10-14)
Week 5 (July 17-21)

Addicted to comics? Doodle in class? Come create your own comic book characters and stories. Bring creativity, imagination, and motivation along with your pencil. Exchange ideas, receive input, and work on technique with a professional comic artist. There’s also time for Four Square, games, and Capture the Flag. Oftentimes, campers take multiple sessions. Please bring pencils, erasers, and favorite drawing pens. (An Advanced Comic Design session is available for those who want to expand their skills.)

Counselor-In-Training (CIT)
Ages: 13-15
Week 1 (June 19-23)
Week 2 (June 26-30)
Week 3 (July 3-7)
Week 4 (July 10-14) Full
Week 5 (July 17-21)
Week 6 (July 24-28)
Week 7 (July 31-August 4)
Week 8 (August 7-11)

Gain real work experience and practice the leadership skills learned in our Leadership Challenge course. You're assigned each week as an assistant in a different workshop matching your interests and skills as much as possible. The CIT Program requires a commitment of two weeks, but they don't need to be consecutive.

Delicious Dessert Decorating
Ages: 9-15
Karen Clark
Week 3 (July 3-7) Full
Week 4 (July 10-14) Full
Week 7 (July 31-August 4) Full

Ever wanted to learn how to write your name in frosting, dust cakes with chocolate powder patterns, create strawberry flowers, use fondant, and create fancy cupcakes and chocolate-dipped strawberries that look like tuxedos, or mold your own chocolate? It is an art form! We'll do all of that and more, starting with easy designs on cardboard before making our own frosting, cakes, cupcakes, and chocolates to decorate. Design your own theme or go wild with abandon and have fun creating edible works of art. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to accommodate dietary restrictions in this class.

Dirt, Art, Wonder
Ages: 9-15
Lisa Joyner
Week 6 (July 24-28)

This area is full of amazing farms and rich opportunities to learn about growing food and tending animals. In this course, students will explore the relationship between sustainability, organic gardening, and art. Each day the group will embark on a different adventure. We’ll visit local farms, work with farm animals, learn from area experts about edible plants and herbal remedies, harvest summer vegetables, make art from natural materials, and explore area trails and the North Carolina Botanical Gardens. We’ll get our hands dirty and keep our minds full of questions about ways to cultivate a healthier relationship between ourselves and the dynamic world around us.

High School Volleyball Skills Camp
Ages: 13-18
Amanda Gill
Week 8 (August 7-11)

This high school skills course is designed to help prepare players for their upcoming school seasons. Each session will start and end with strength and conditioning workouts. We will cover next-level serving, defense, ball control, attacking, and various game play situations. We will also spend time cultivating competitive energy and developing hardworking mindsets.

Please note the daily schedule, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, for this offering is different than for most other courses!

Feminism Is for Everyone
Ages: 10-14
Kyle Gouchoe-Hanas
Week 6 (July 24-28)

What is a feminist? Who is a feminist? Are you? Explore these questions and more through creative projects, history, personal experience, media representation, culture and more. Connect a rich history with many intersecting identities and stories to your life through creative exploration! Students of all genders welcome.

Girls, Goals, Glory
Ages: 9-14
Mary McNall
Week 4 (July 10-14)
Week 6 (July 24-28)

An introduction to and extension of some of the most popular sports played by young women today. Possibilities include volleyball, tennis, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, field hockey, softball, and overall fitness. Come ready to learn and participate. Time will be spent indoors and outdoors (weather permitting) all around the CFS campus. Get ready to have fun and get your game on! No need for experience but a willingness to try out a new sport just for the fun of it. Sorry, fellas, you're not included in this one, but do check out our other Sports offerings!

Guitar and Songwriting
Ages: 9-16
Hal Engler
Week 2 (June 26-30)

Write your own songs, play them, sing them, perform individually or in a group! Any instrument is welcome, including voice and percussion! Learn about traditional song forms like AABA as well as common pop and rock song formulas. Create your own verses, choruses, intros, outros, bridges, and instrumental solos. Explore common chord progressions like I – IV - V as well as the relationship between melody and harmony. Study a variety of rhythms and basic time signatures like 3/4 and 4/4. Discover the magic of group playing and its basic concepts such as arranging, vocal harmonization, and instrumentation. Write your own creative lyrics, poems, and stories and make them into songs! This camp will have a short performance on the last day. All skill levels are welcome: beginning, intermediate, and advanced.

Improv 101
Ages: 10-14
Abby Kameny
Week 8 (August 7-11)

Love acting? Love comedy? Sign up for Improv 101 to learn the basics of improvisational theatre! Throughout the week, students will learn improv games, character development, and other acting techniques, and will apply those skills in an improv show on Friday. Campers will also learn skills such as team-building and trusting one’s scene partner that can be applied on or off stage. Register for Improv 101 to become a better performer, make friends, and make people laugh! No experience necessary.

Intern Program
High School and College Students (Age 16+)

Week 1-8

Learn more about a Summer Programs internship (and paid Extended Day staffing opportunities).

Leadership Challenge
Ages: 12-15
Kyle Gouchoe-Hanas
Week 3 (July 3-7)
Ida Trisolini
Week 1 (June 19-23) Full
Week 8 (August 7-11)

What makes you a more effective leader and team player? Let us show you some tools. Using group building games, art, theater, movement, discussion, and individual reflection we learn and practice leadership techniques. We will work as individuals and as a group to enhance confidence, cooperation, and communication. The workshop is an excellent exercise in developing leadership skills for jobs and community roles. If you're interested in being a counselor-in-training in CFS Summer Programs this year or next, this course is a prerequisite. We work through some basic “how to deal with” situations, focusing on conflict resolution and effective ways of listening and responding. And no, we do not sit in chairs throughout the day listening to lectures! This is an active course culminating in a "shadow day" as a CIT and a certificate of successful leadership training completion. We’ve had over 200 students pass through this program in recent years!

Let’s Rock: Rock, Pop, and Jazz
Ages: 9-16
Hal Engler
Week 3 (July 3-7)

CFS has been hosting music performance courses for the past eight years! Calling all musicians (boys and girls) to bring your instrument and/or your voice and get ready to make your music! We’ll form bands, collaborate to write original music or learn existing tunes, and present a performance showcase on our last day. Along the road to our Friday performance, students will have the opportunity to participate in skills workshops such as percussion, keyboards, guitar/bass, voice, songwriting, mixed-instruments, active listening, and band promotion – all through a hands-on approach. Along with absorbing all the positive musical energy, students should gain an increased level of confidence in stage performing as well as a true sense of how successfully to collaborate and rehearse with other musicians. All instruments, musical genres, and levels of proficiency are welcome and encouraged! VOICES needed too! Full PA and lights provided by camp.

Maker’s Workshop: Lights, Sound, Motion
Ages: 11-14
Tommy Johnson
Week 4 (July 10-14)

Spend the week exploring materials and tinkering with tools. We’ll be creating things that move, light up, and make music, while we take on design and engineering challenges. This hands-on workshop is about finding new and fun ways to build things and make something different with everyday objects. Each day will be a new adventure as we experiment with circuits, mechanical motion, and the physics of sound and light!
Our daily make-it challenge:

  • musical instruments/sound makers
  • electrical circuits with lights, sound, and motion
  • mousetrap-powered cars
  • puppets and automata
  • kites, planes, and other flying things

You can enroll in either or both Maker’s Workshop courses.

Maker’s Workshop: Science Arcade
Ages: 11-14
Tommy Johnson
Week 5 (July 17-21) Full

Do you enjoy making things and playing challenging games? We’ll be designing, building, and setting up our own interactive arcade while we learn about the science of making things work. We’ll construct classic games like Skee-ball, Pinball, Operation, and The Claw, and make up some of our own. We’ll use basic hand tools, experiment with a wide range of materials, and learn about electrical circuits to add some lights and action to our games.

We start simple, with something like Miniature Golf and Skee-Ball. Then, we add moving parts and mechanical motions like Ball Launchers and Moving Targets. Then, we add electronics: lights, motors, and buzzers (think Pinball and Operation). Then, we see about interfacing with simple computers that can calculate scores and other special effects.

You can enroll in either or both Maker’s Workshop courses.

Minecraft Community
Ages: 9-15
Achiri Acha
Week 2 (June 26-30) Full
Week 3 (July 3-7)
Week 6 (July 24-28)
Week 8 (August 7-11)
Cedric Wright
Week 4 (July 10-14)
Week 7 (July 31-August 4) Full

Anyone ever told you to “get lost?”If so, there’s no better way to take their advice than to delve into the amazingly expansive and immersive world of Minecraft. For a moment, let’s step away from the term “video-game” and substitute “wildly-versatile-open-ended-world-manipulating-art machine.” Minecraft’s critically acclaimed, sandbox-style gameplay is a constant exercise in collaborative exploration, goal-setting, and boundless “Imagineering”—whether hunting and gathering to build agrarian homesteads across various landscapes or configuring an automated railway/refinement system that acquires, transports, and processes raw materials the player can use to create their own scaled recreation of the Taj Mahal.

The objective of Minecraft Community is to “get lost, together,” building community. With a little direction and a lot of improv, students will enter into Minecraft’s Survival Mode, banding together to outlive the Mobs and Elements, within a democratic community. With inventive jobs (e.g.. Hunters, Explorers, Architects, Artisans, etc.) and responsibilities and a community lot-casting system, students will forge ahead to establish a lasting society amidst wiles of Mobs and the unforgiving wildernesses.

Outdoor Adventure Skills
Ages: 9-14
Abby Obando
Week 2 (June 26-30) Full
Week 5 (July 17-21)
Dan Okoniewski
Week 4 (July 10-14)
Week 8 (August 7-11)

Here's a chance to build up your wilderness survival skills! Learn how to (safely) build and cook over a campfire, put up a tent or build a shelter, recognize local trees, plants, and animals, and explore the amazing trails and rivers in the state parks in our area. We’ll complete a series of hikes, some easy and some a little more challenging, and spend lots of time playing in the Eno River. For the hardy, the adventurous, the nature lover, and the fun-seeker. Prepare to get wet!

Quilting Magic
Ages: 9-15
Sudi-Laura Overstreet
Week 7 (July 31-August 4)

In just a week, you can create your own unique, lap-sized quilt from start to finish! We’ll introduce new skills each day, including piecing, measuring, attaching borders, and quilting. We’ll also learn how to use and maintain a sewing machine. No sewing experience is necessary, but come ready for challenge and fun!

River Adventure: Explore, Play, Fish
Ages: 9-14
Hal Engler
Week 4 (July 10-14)
Week 5 (July 17-21)
Dan Okoniewski
Week 1 (June 19-23) Full
Week 6 (July 24-28)

Strap on the boots, take out the sunscreen, prepare to launch into the forest and river basins. We will be exploring the Eno River and New Hope Creek by walking in, around, and up and down these waterways. We’ll interact responsibly with the flora and fauna, observe fish, turtle, and crayfish habitats, splash, swim, float, sit under waterfalls, have lunch on the river rocks, take group river and trail walks, play games, and generally have lots of physically active summer outdoor fun! And, we will try our hand at fishing!

Note: Some moderate trekking involved and a great deal of getting wet and muddy. Please bring a change of shoes or water shoes (Keens, Crocs, and Tevas are great). We promise to wash off the mud before heading home! We'll also offer fishing as an option for those with poles and a keen interest.

The Science of Cooking: From Bubbles to Bread
Ages: 10-14
Kathleen Rogers, Ph.D.
Week 1 (June 19-23) Full
Week 6 (July 24-28) Full

Do you believe your inner chef is a kitchen chemist in disguise? Let's peel off the layers of what's really cookin' when you're whipping and sautéing. This course is all about edible science! We'll spend the week cooking dee-lish dishes and learn the secrets behind why a few humdrum ingredients mingled together result in culinary treats. We'll answer questions such as does fruit eat protein? and why is chocolate so good for you? Your galley techniques will shine. Students should have an appetite for the biology, chemistry, and physics behind cooking success. Spice up and batter up! Come hungry for know-how and noshes. In this foodie adventure, we’ll explore science as we make wacky cake and munch, munch more!

Sew Exciting
Ages: 9-15
Sudi-Laura Overstreet
Week 6 (July 24-28)

From concept to construction, you can create a one-of-a-kind stuffed animal using recycled clothing, and try your hand at some other fun mini-projects. With patterns as a starting point, students will have the opportunity to learn and expand their knowledge of both hand and machine sewing. Feel free to bring a loved article of clothing to incorporate into your very special animal.

Sous Chef
Ages: 11-15
Mary Deborah Englund
Week 2 (June 26-30) Full

Breakfast, Lunch, Appetizers/Snacks, Dinner, Dessert: What are your favorite meals of the day? What are your favorite tastes? Each day this week we’ll feature a particular time-of-day menu and on that day we’ll prepare a variety of those dishes. Breakfast might include pancakes or frittata. Lunch could be soups, salads, or sandwiches. Perhaps for dinner we’ll have Italian risotto, a Spanish tortilla, or an Asian salmon and sweet potato bake. Desserts will likely feature local fruits, along with chocolate, cream, and lots of spices. And snacks might be guacamole-stuffed tomatoes, crostini, or plantain chips.

Local chefs will visit us from time to time and we’ll learn some professional techniques. We’ll also learn how to work together to choose a dish, prepare it, eat and appreciate each other’s efforts, and clean up our workspace. A full day for those who love food and want to learn how to cook it themselves!

Sports Action
Ages: 10-15
Achiri Acha
Week 1 (June 19-23)
Week 4 (July 10-14)
Week 5 (July 17-21)
Week 7 (July 31-August 4) Full

Can’t get enough of sports? We totally understand. Some of our students take sports all summer. So we get it. We introduce basic rules, strategy, and techniques of basketball, Frisbee, soccer, and some indoor gym games (as well as Capture the Flag!) for the fun of playing. We focus on technique, skill development, and team building. All activities take place on our outdoor playing fields (using cooler morning temperatures) and in our two air-conditioned gym facilities. Sports experience is absolutely not necessary. Our goal is for you to learn how to play so you’ll feel comfortable knowing the rules, understanding the strategy, and practicing good teamwork. We don’t stress competition. We're here to help you improve your game and have fun.

Sports Action: Basketball
Ages: 10-15
Pending
Week 6 (July 24-28)

The basketball craze continues... Refine your b-ball skills such as ball-handling and shooting. Practice cooperative teamwork and the camaraderie of competition. Cultivate a love for the game of basketball, wellness, and community. Enjoy some of the activities in our general Sports Action course, but with a special focus on improving your basketball skills and fundamentals, learning from and with others, and having fun.

Sports Action: Tennis
Ages: 10-15
Jonathan McGovern
Week 2 (June 26-30)
Week 3 (July 3-7)
Week 8 (August 7-11)

We're open for tennis! Enjoy some of the activities in our general Sports Action course in the afternoon, but in the cooler morning focus on absorbing the basics of tennis within an atmosphere of entertaining instruction and fun. Emphasis will be on having fun while developing our skills. Players are taught proper grips, stroke mechanics, and movement and positioning, along with the esoteric scoring system. Interspersed throughout the day we’ll play a variety of games that will enable students to practice their skills in enjoyable and engaging ways. The course is open to all tennis levels and is taught by a USPTA certified professional who played collegiate Division 1 tennis and has taught and coached tennis for over 11 years.


Summer Film Studio
Ages: 13-18
Ahmed F. Selim
Week 1 (June 19-23)
The shortest distance between two people is a story. Learn the essentials of filmmaking and digital media production as we document vibrant stories of our community! We’ll make projects come to life using a minimalist approach focused on available resources for maximum visual storytelling impact (as Ahmed teaches, ‘technology will never replace creativity’). We’ll develop confidence in our individual creative abilities, collaboration, and community-building through film. And, we’ll have tangible products to premiere at the end of our work together.

3D FX: Modeling for Games
Ages: 10-16
Cedric Wright
Week 2 (June 26-30)

In the Legend of Zelda, what would Link do without the Master Sword? What kind of duelist would Ash Ketchum be without Pokeballs? And what if Lego Batman didn't have a slew of batarangs to hurl at targets, so he could hit them on the "first try?" Well, if these heroes ever found themselves lacking such critical equipment, they should write a strongly-worded letter to their respective animation studios, urging them to wake up the 3D Object Modelers! In film and gaming, 3D Object Modeling, generally refers to non-character objects that have hard surfaces. This lends a wide variety of subject matter to the artist, ranging from everyday household items to weapons, armor, vehicles, and architecture! Students will focus on learning to transform simple objects into more complex objects, using the open-source app Blender. This course is a great way for aspiring game designers to get their feet wet in 3D artistry!

For students who have previous experience with 3D modeling or want to fast-track their digital arts skills between home and CFS, we'll craft 3D scenes to set up our exploration of Blender's timeline/action editor, lighting systems, rigid-body physics, and particle effects! In other words, we're going to get things "moving and popping," with various modes of animation! We'll break bricks, drop drop-cloths, light fires, and create procedural effects like rainfall, muzzle-flares, and explosions while letting students demo those techniques in "mini-scenes" of their own design!

Video Game Design I
Ages: 9-15
Leonard Bullock
Week 4 (July 10-14)
Week 6 (July 24-28)
Got Game? Video that is! If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to make an enjoyable electronic game then Video Game Design I can help you "level up." Students are introduced to the concepts and techniques used in the video game industry. We’ll focus on the principles associated with GOOD game design, emphasizing art, animation, and 2D graphics. You’ll come away knowing how to use the graphic software tools to create your own original art and animations to be used in your very own original video game. Yes, you can take this class more than once to develop your games further!

Video Game Design II
Ages: 9-18
Leonard Bullock
Week 7 (July 31-August 4)
Video Game Design II is the continuation of Video Game Design I with an added emphasis on interactivity. We’ll explore storyboarding, ethics, and programming using the GameMaker game development engine. You’ll use your original art and animations from Video Game Design I to design and program your final project, a unique electronic game of your own. Yes, you can take this class more than once to develop your games further!

Youth Activism: Social Justice and Social Change
Ages: 13-18
Kyle Gouchoe-Hanas
Week 2 (June 26-30)
What does it take to start a movement? Are you part of one now? From small actions to big, you can make a difference. Through a lens of social justice we will explore what it means to promote tolerance, freedom, and equality for all people regardless of identity and what it takes to effect social change. Want to equip yourself with more tools to become a change agent? Come celebrate individual identity and practice your leadership skills, collaboration, and community building for action through art, writing, self exploration, and community engagement. This work will also include writing petitions and letters to local officials and taking field trips to visit local activists and sites of change making!

Youth Startup Week: Entrepreneurship, Social Ventures, and You
Ages: 13-18
Jason Hopkins Parker
Week 7 (July 31-August 4)
Most new jobs are created by entrepreneurs and small businesses. And nearly every employer values the experience of those who have started and run their own business. Our world needs entrepreneurs, because through their companies, they can change the world. Join us for Youth Startup Week as we learn about the startup ecosystem, develop viable business concepts, form startup teams, and work to establish a company envisioned by session participants. We will visit local startups, have guest speakers and coaches to help develop business ideas, and teams will compete in a pitch contest and get feedback from expert judges. Come with ideas on how to change the world, and leave with the fundamental skills to develop business ideas in the future.


Please note this offering's daily schedule (9:00 am to 4:00 pm) and location (the American Tobacco Campus in downtown Durham) are different than for other courses! Students may arrive between 8:30 and 9:00 am and depart between 4:00 and 4:30 pm.


Carolina Friends School          
4809 Friends School Road
Durham, NC 27705
919.383.6602 tel / 919.383.6009 fax / info@cfsnc.org

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