Cheboygan Area School's Summer School and Camps

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We are thrilled to share some exciting opportunities for our students this upcoming summer. We are committed to providing enriching experiences that foster growth and learning even beyond the regular school year.

Firstly, we are offering the traditional summer school specifically in math and reading for students who qualify. These classes are designed to help students who may need additional support to excel academically. Participation in this opportunity is by invitation only, ensuring that resources are tailored to the students who can benefit most from these targeted interventions. If you have not received information about summer school and think your child might qualify please do not hesitate to contact your child's building administrator to discuss further.

Additionally, we are pleased to announce a variety of one week camps for both middle school and high school students. These camps will run Monday through Thursday, from 8 AM to 12 PM, and include both breakfast and lunch. This year's lineup includes:

Middle School Camp Flyer (Incoming 6th-8th graders)

High School Summer Camps Flyer (Incoming 9th-12th graders)

These camps are designed to provide students with unique experiences, encouraging them to explore new skills and hobbies in a structured, supportive environment.

We anticipate that spots will fill up quickly. We encourage you to register your child as soon as possible to secure their place. See the flyer for more information.

To register please fill out the camp form that will come home with your student or call the Middle School office at 231-627-7103. Our team is here to help in any way that we can.

Credit recovery will also be offered this summer for High School and Inverness students.

We are looking forward to a summer filled with learning, growth, and fun. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement as we work to provide meaningful opportunities for all of our students.

Warm regards,

Jamie McClintic

Director of Instructional Support

Cheboygan Area Schools


Summer School


Good evening all,

As we approach the end of the academic year, we are delighted to unveil the lineup for our Summer 2024 camps!

Linked in this email, you will find detailed flyers outlining the exciting opportunities awaiting your students. You can also find them on the C.O.P. ESD Website.

Registration opens May 1, 2024!

2024 COP ESD High School Camps

2024 COP ESD Middle School Camps

This summer promises to be filled with adventure, learning, and fun for students of all interests and ages. Whether they're passionate about STEM, skill trades, the arts, or outdoor exploration, there's something for everyone.

In addition to the fantastic 2024 COP Summer Camp Opportunities provided by your COP ESD/MiSTEM Region 12/Marshall Plan Grant, we encourage you to explore the myriad options available in our Region. Local community colleges, MSU Extension 4-H programs, Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuary, and more offer enriching experiences that complement and expand upon what your students already have access to. The flyers are attached to the C.O.P. ESD camps at the end. Check these opportunities out now as many are open for registration.

Please share these opportunities with your students, families, neighbors and friends.! Your support in spreading the word will ensure that every student has the chance to participate in these enriching experiences.

I will be dropping off some posters to hang in your buildings in the next weel.

Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need further information. We're here to support you in ensuring that your students have an unforgettable summer filled with learning and adventure.


Laura Percival

MiSTEM Region 12 Director


Phone 517-819-3437 cell

231-238-9394 ext 1418 office

6065 Learning Lane

Indian River, MI 49749

Camps Around the State...

Technology Summer Camps (Girls Grades 5-8 this Fall - Cost to Participate, Scholarships Offered)

Camp Infinity comprises a series of sessions designed to introduce girls, entering grades 5 through 8 this fall, to computer and internet technologies through hands-on activities. Each session aims to engage students in age-appropriate topics, spanning game design, app development, and robotics programming. The camp will be hosted at 10 locations across the state. Click here for additional information.

National Space Day Virtual Event (Grades 4-5)

Join classes across the country for an out-of-this-world experience on National Space Day! This spring, the U.S. space industry and NASA are offering your students a look into the science and technology that will shape their generation’s future – on this planet and beyond. Get your students excited about the incredible wonders and potential of space by joining us for this unique 45-minute broadcast event through YouTube on Friday, May 3 at 1pm. Click here for more information.

Future Educator Academy (Cost to Participate)

Let's get some young people exposed to the greatest profession of all, the profession that prepares all other professions!! Northern Michigan University is offering a residential camp July 7-12 in Marquette for high school students who are considering going into the teacher/education field. Share this flyer with students and click here for details and to register today. 

Quantum Computing Summer Camp

Join the free summer school in quantum computing for high school students, June 12-14, 2024 at Michigan State University. Includes free housing and meals. While preference is given to high school students from the metro Detroit area, any high school students from Michigan can apply. This program is for any student curious about going to college for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). While the camp focuses on quantum computing, the skills you learn apply to all STEM areas. You'll also get practical advice for applying to college, see what living on campus is like, and get the chance to talk to college students and professors. Of course, you'll also learn the fundamentals of the exciting field of quantum computing! Apply by May 3rd. Click here for more information.


EarthLabs is a free suite of online modules that make up the laboratory component of a middle school, high school, or introductory college Earth science course. The nine modules focus on Earth system science and environmental literacy. Students engage in deep and long-lasting investigations enabling them to explore rich interconnections in the Earth system. These lab experiences feature a combination of fieldwork, classroom experiments, and computer access of data and visualizations, demonstrating the rigor and depth of a true lab course. Click here for more information.

STEM Camps at GVSU (Some have cost to participate)

Grand Valley State University hosts a wide variety of STEM-related camps for students in grades PK-12. Click here for more information on current camp offerings.