Witches & Wizards

Registration ButtonWildheart Witches and Wizards harness the energies of the animals, plants, and elements to develop their magical powers during this intensive training week.

Group walking with wizard staffsWelcome to the Wildheart School of Wizardry! Subjects include potion making, care and study of magical creatures, intuition, and transfiguration into different local animals. Each student will create a personalized wizard staff (walking stick) that will aid them in honing their magical skills. For our returning students who already have a staff, we will be adding the next level of magical power to them. Second year students receive a mounted a crystal to the top and third year students receive a bundle with a combination of special animal and plant powers that are unique to them.

Students Will:

  • Create a unique witch/wizard staff walking stick
  • Study potion making with local wild plants
  • Participate in care and study of magical creatures activities
  • Develop intuitive powers
  • Learn the art of transfiguration into local and mythic animals

Offered three times this summer:

Monday, June 25th – Friday, June 29th

Ages 8 – 12 Wildheart Witches and Wizards 9am – 3:30pm  Skyliners Lodge

Monday, July 2nd – Friday, July 6th

Please Note: July 4th not included automatically. Sold separately as a session option when registering

Ages 6 – 9 Wildheart Witches and Wizards 9am – 3:30pm  Skyliners Lodge

Monday, July 23rd – Friday, July 27th

Ages 6 – 9 Wildheart Witches and Wizards 9am – 3:30pm  Tumalo State Park

Tuition

9am – 3:30pm Camp during the week of July 4th:

$199 Per Week Early Bird / $217 Per Week After February 26th + $17 materials fee

9am – 3:30pm Camps: 

$247 Per Week Early Bird / $267 Per Week After February 26th + $17 materials fee

Payment Plans are available through our registration system. Sibling and Multi-Session Discounts Apply!

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2 thoughts on “Witches & Wizards

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Erika,
      Survival skills are a foundation of what we teach and they are woven into all of our themes. For instance, in Beaver Builders children learn how to make shelters. In Dragon Riders, children learn about mapping and navigation skills. In our homeschool term sometimes we have a whole class dedicated to survival skills.
      Hope this helps!
      Thank you,
      Amara

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