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2013 Summer Camp Directory

Alexandria PTA Council P.O. Box 16465 Alexandria, VA 22302 [email protected]

Alexandria PTA Council

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Alexandria PTA Council Summer Camp Directory 2013

The Alexandria PTA Council (PTAC) conducts the Summer Camp Fair as a service to the community and as a fundraiser (camps pay a fee to participate). The PTAC does not endorse any particular camp. The Camp Fair provides an opportunity to personally meet camp representatives, ask for references, and ask questions appropriate to your individual needs. We are always looking for ways to improve the Camp Fair. Please send suggestions to [email protected]

Some things to consider when choosing a camp: What type of camp? Same-sex or coed? Overnight or day camp? Should you consider a specialty camp that offers a focused curriculum, such as basketball, or a special-needs camp designed for specific physical or medical disability? How long a session? A child may attend camp for a week or two ­ or an entire summer. Is the staff trained in safety, supervision, counseling, problem solving, and other issues important to working with young children? Is the price all-inclusive or do extra charges apply for transportation, food service, group pictures, t-shirts, special skills instruction such as horseback riding, and other items? Check with local agencies and/or specific camps to find out about scholarship availability and eligibility. For day camps, if before and after care is offered to accommodate working parents, who will be supervising children and what activities take place? Is lunch and/or a snack served, or do campers bring their own? If swimming is offered, are lessons included, or is swimming only recreational? Does one counselor stay with a group all day? Or are campers free to roam from one activity to another? How is adequate supervision assured? Are parents allowed to drop by for visits at any time? As an additional consideration, camps accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) comply with nationally recognized health, safety, and program quality standards, including these requirements: emergency transportation; first aid facilities and training; aquatic programs supervised by staff who are certified lifeguards; health histories, including immunizations, for all campers and staff; emergency exits from second-floor sleeping quarters.

Other Resources

Washington Family Magazine Washington FAMILY Magazine is a regional parenting publication distributed throughout the Washington, DC area, including Maryland and Northern Virginia. American Camp Association (Virginia section) (800) 347-7523 The American Camp Association is a not-for-profit educational body that accredits all types of camps throughout the United States. The Virginia Section provides information and a free directory of residential camps in Virginia and West Virginia. Frost's Summer Camp Guide (845) 726-3232 This website has articles for kids and parents and also has a discount summer camp page. Visitors can customize searches by region or camp specialty. Publishes an annual magazine listing summer camps. Camp Page Guide to Summer Camps (828) 877-6653 This website is a national resource guide for traditional summer camps in the United States and Canada with comprehensive camp lists and descriptions of camps by state. National Camp Association (800) 966-2267 NCA is an independent organization whose main goal is to supply the public with recommendations about summer camps. Get advice on how to choose a summer camp, and then fill out a questionnaire for a list of camps that might be right for your child.

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Camp Name 4 Star Camps at UVA Adventure Links AFS Intercultural Programs Alexandria Archeology Camp *American University Community of Scholars *Animal Welfare League Arcadia Farm Camp *Art Camp with Luisa Tio Art League School Baroody Camps *Beverley Hills Church Preschool Bishop Ireton Cardinals Camps Browne Academy *Burgundy Farm Country Day Camp Alleghany for Girls Camp Carysbrook Camp Friendship Camp Hidden Meadows Camp Horizons Camp Rim Rock Camp Shakespeare Camp Tall Timbers Challenger British Soccer Camps City of Alexandria / Chinquapin Clio's Kids History Camp at the Lyceum Congressional Camp


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Camp Name Creative Cauldron Arts Creative Playschool Dance Institute of Washington Del Ray Artisans Del Ray Performing Arts Digital Media Academy Educational Theatre Company Encore Stage and Studio Eye Level Learning Center Fairfax Collegiate *Fort Ward Park Civil War Kids Camp Fun Bot Lab Georgetown Day School *Griot Academy Chess & Robotics Hameau Farm in the Big Valley The Handwork Studio *Hollinsummer *Infamous Robotics Jane Franklin Dance KidSpanish Language Stars Levine School of Music *The Little Gym of Alexandria Little Theatre of Alexandria Mad Science Math Tree Modeling Camp


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Camp Name NVRPA-Carlyle, Meadowbrook, Potomac Oakwood School Opal Music Studio Penn Engineering Play-Well TEKnologies Potomac School, McLean *Renaissance Camps ­ LEGO and Amer Girl Science Camp Watonka Shenandoah Summer Adventure Silver Knights Chess Skyline Sport & Health Sportrock St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School Summit Camp Synetic Theater Theatre Lab Timber Ridge Camps Tiny Dancers Traveling Players Ensemble Urban Evolution Virginia Outside / Fishing Adventures Washington Sailing Marina *Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing *Writopia Lab YMCA Alexandria YMCA Camp Silver Beach


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Camp Name & Contact Info


Type / Theme

Ages/ Grades


Cost per Session $400 Scholarships available.



Alexandria Archaeology Camp Ruth Reeder [email protected] 703-746-4399 American University's Community of Washington, DC Scholars Page Hogan [email protected] 202-885-2442 Academic Rising 11th ­ 12th graders July 8-26 (first week is on-line) Alexandria Archaeology Ages 12 - 15 7/15 ­ 7/19 Campers will assist City archaeologists in excavating a real archaeological site, recovering artifacts that have been concealed in the ground for hundreds of years. Pottery, glass and metal, buttons, coins, and animal bones are among the items that campers will excavate, wash, analyze and interpret before they are displayed in the Alexandria Archaeology Museum for all to see! Students interested in international relations may earn 3 college credits in either U.S. Foreign Policy or International Conflict Resolution. In addition to class time, program includes site visits (State Department and embassies), Model UN-style simulations, guest speakers and skills-building workshops. Tuition includes 3 college credits, lunch, field trips and workshops. Dormitory housing available for out-of-town students. The Animal Welfare League Summer Camp offers a unique experience, learning about animals that live in our homes and our back yards. Campers will join in a variety of games, activities and discussions focused on: animal welfare and sheltering; careers with animals; local wildlife; positive reinforcement training; and plenty of hands-on interaction with a variety of different shelter Animal Ambassadors. At Arcadia Farm Camp, your child will joyfully discover where their food comes from through hands-on farming and cooking activities. We're helping create the next generation of sustainable farmers, chefs, and eaters ­ and having fun, too!

$2,700 $1,200 for housing

Animal Welfare League of Alexandria Summer Camp Lindsay Halgerson [email protected] 703-746-5656 Arcadia Farm Camp Morgan Maloney [email protected] 410-533-5684



Rising: 3rd 8th graders

1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/26



Farming, cooking

Ages 5 -12

1 week sessions: 7/2 ­ 8/2 Ext day

$325 Early bird discount before 3/1

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Alexandria Type / Theme Art

Art Camp with Luisa Tio Luisa Tio [email protected] 703-599-7923 The Art League Summer Art Camp Ali Wunder [email protected] 703-683-2323 Baroody Camps Peter Baroody [email protected] 703-864-2318 Beverley Hills Church Preschool Summer Camp Karin Purugganan, Cara Daggett [email protected] 703-549-7441 x3 Bishop Ireton Cardinals Camps Peter Hamer [email protected] 703-212-5190

Ages/ Grades Rising 1st ­ 6th graders

Sessions 1 week sessions: 7/8 ­ 8/2 9am ­ 3pm After care available

Cost per Session $345/week

Description Create art and explore ideas in our fun, stimulating art camp. Children will experience many different art media with an experienced artist and teacher in a small group environment. Days will be filled with drawing, painting, and sculpting, interspersed with stories about artists and different cultures, field trips and a healthy dose of outdoor fun. Snack is provided; campers bring lunch. Art Camp provides a wonderful way of introducing children to several forms of visual art. In our basic camp, each day brings a new project. In specialty camps, the focus is on immersing the children in one media. Camps come in whole and half day sessions. Tuition for full day camp includes a supervised lunch hour. See our catalog for a complete listing of options. We are home to camps and school year activities all over Northern Virginia. Our full day camps vary weekly and include an incredible assortment of themes as well as offerings in basketball, music, soccer, gymnastics, martial arts, outdoor adventure, and more!


Fine Art

Ages 5 ­ 17

1 week sessions: 6/17 ­ 8/19 Half- and Full-Day

Basic Art: $150 Halfday $335 Fullday Specialty Camps vary $289 ­ $399 Early bird discount until March 1

Alexandria, Falls Church, Springfield

Traditional with themes

Rising K ­ 8th graders Coed & Single Sex CIT - rising 8th & 9th graders

1 week sessions: 6/17 ­ 8/16 9am ­ 3pm Ext Day Avail 2 week sessions: 6/24 ­8/2 9 ­ Noon or 9-1



Ages 2.5 ­ 5 (must be 2 by 12/31/12)

Session 1: $320 for 3hr $425 for 4hr Session 2/3: $355 for 3 hr $470 for 4hr $150 - $300 Sibling & multi-camp discounts

Beverley Hills Church Preschool (BHCP) is pleased to sponsor a half-day summer camp program for children ages 2.5 ­ 5 years old. The children will enjoy BHCP's wooded playground and outdoor water play every day. The campers will also spend time inside the airconditioned classrooms creating art projects, singing songs, reading books, and playing with the materials offered during the regular school year. Bishop Ireton offers campers the opportunity to participate in sports and theater while developing individual and group skills and fostering a love of the activity. Each camp is conducted by our coach or director. Lunch is included in cost of full-day camps.


Sports Theater

Rising 1st ­ 12th graders

1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/9

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Alexandria Type / Theme Traditional

Browne Summer Camp Steven Marshall [email protected] 703-960-3000

Ages/ Grades Ages 3 - 13 CIT program

Sessions 1 week sessions: 6/17 ­ 8/23 Ext Day

Cost per Session $390

Description Browne Summer Camp is located on a beautiful 11-acre campus including modern, air-conditioned buildings, three playgrounds, an athletic field, swimming pool and Center for Athletics and Performing Arts. Our campers are busy every day swimming, dancing, playing sports, creating art and more! Accredited by ACA. Burgundy's Alexandria Summer Day Camp offers daily swimming, diverse activities and special events on 25 acres that include forest, field, pond, barn, amphitheater and state-of-the-art facilities. Program includes sports, science, performing & visual arts and photography.

Burgundy Farm Summer Day Camp Kamilah Mitchell [email protected] 703-960-3431 Camp Shakespeare Vanessa Hope [email protected] 202-547-5688



Ages 3¾ - 15 CIT for rising 8th ­ 10th graders

1 week sessions: 6/17 ­ 8/9 Ext Day & Limited Transp avail 2 week sessions: 6/17 ­ 8/10 10am­5pm

$350 / week $330 / week with 8-week registration

Alexandria, McLean, DC & Silver Spring


Ages 9 - 18

$725 Sibling or multiple session discount

During two-week acting intensives, participants develop their talents, deepen their understanding of Shakespeare's language and build confidence. Under the guidance of professional actors, participants study classical techniques, text analysis, stage combat and improvisation. Our inclusive ensembles culminate with a performance for friends and family. Challenger British Soccer Camps provide players of all abilities with the rare opportunity to receive instruction from international experts. Each day includes foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a tournament. The staff also provides lessons in respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership. Register on-line 45 days prior to camp to receive a 2013 Challenger jersey! At City of Alexandria Summer Camps, a lifetime of rewarding memories awaits each child. Activities include swimming, team sports, crafts, environmental activities, games and field trips. Children are supervised in a friendly, safe environment. Counselors create an atmosphere of enthusiasm, support and trust ­ actively participating in all activities. Every day is an adventure!

Challenger Sports British Soccer Sean Datson [email protected] 877-439-9195 City of Alexandria Summer Camps Senai Beyen [email protected] 703-746-5570



Ages 2 ­ 16

1 week in Spring & 8 in Summer 1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/30

$90 - 195 + $25 for nonAlexandria residents


Traditional, Field Trips

Ages 3 - 12 CIT Program: Ages 13 - 17

1 week sessions: 6/24 - 8/30

Varies by program Financial Aid available

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Alexandria Type / Theme History

Civil War Kids Camp Susan Cumbey [email protected] 703-746-4848 Clio's Kids: A History Mini-Camp at The Lyceum Jennifer Lane [email protected] 703-746-4994 Congressional Camp Ana Castillo [email protected] 703-533-0931 Creative Cauldron Arts Adventure Laura Hull [email protected] 571-239-5288 Creative Play School Florence Callaway 703-836-7615

Ages/ Grades Ages 8 ­ 12

Sessions 6/24 - 6/28 9am ­ 1pm

Cost per Session $200

Description Fun and educational history camp features drilling, games, arts & crafts, music, learning about Civil War forts and army life, and special guest re-enactors. Space is limited to 24 campers, so enroll early.



Ages 5 ­ 7

1 session: 7/23 ­ 7/25 9am ­ noon


Clio's Kids introduces children to American history and life in historic Alexandria through artifacts, storytelling, singing and crafts, "old-fashioned" games, and visits to nearby historic places. Our 2013 theme is "To and Fro and Away We Go!" We'll learn about transportation and travel in and around Alexandria ­ past and present. Indoor and outdoor activities; snacks provided. Our experienced staff will take your child on "An Adventure a Day" around our 40-acre campus, with opportunities to ride a pony, take aim at the archery range, scale the climbing wall, roast marshmallows over an open fire and cool off with a dip in the pool. Our program will allow your camper to develop talents, grow in new directions, and make lasting friendships. Arts Adventure Camps combine performing and visual arts with an exploration of the natural world using a nature-based theme to nurture a fun, engaging learning community. Professional teaching artists incorporate drama, music, dance and visual art through daily treks to local parks. Science, myth, folklore add to original works of art, culminating in an original show each session. Science and ecology camp taught by highly trained professional staff. Creative Play School summer camp is an enriching program for all ages and includes arts and crafts, music, games, swimming, field trips, cooking and community service. Breakfast and snacks provided.

Falls Church, VA

Specialty, Athletic, Academic, Travel

Age 3 - rising 9th graders

1 & 2 week sessions: 6/10-8/30 8:30-3:30 Ext Hrs: 7am6:30pm 1 week session: 3/25 ­ 3/29 2, 3 wk sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/30 Ext Day 2 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/2 8am-5pm After-care available


Falls Church, VA

Performing & Visual Arts

Pre-K ­ 8th grade

Spring Break: $260 Summer: $480 ­ $800


Traditional, Science Prog.

Ages 6 ­ 10

$400 per session

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Washington, DC Type / Theme Dance

Dance Institute of Washington Chantia Robinson [email protected] 202-371-9656 Del Ray Artisans Art Camp 703-838-4827 Del Ray Performing Arts Center Steve Attix [email protected] 703-548-2321 Educational Theatre Company's Summer Camps [email protected] 703-271-0222 Encore Stage & Studio Summer Camps 703-548-1154 [email protected]

Ages/ Grades Ages 3 ­ 21

Sessions Varies by program 6/4 ­ 8/3

Cost per Session $180 - $1800 $25 Regis Fee

Description Pre-Dance Creative Movement (3-5): basic ballet positions/movements, stretching, rhythm & body awareness. Community Program (6-16): for recreational dancers of all skill levels. Ballet plus another style of choice. Pre-Professional Program (12-21): for aspiring preprofessional dancers. Audition required. Ballet, modern, hip-hop and African dance. Campers will have the opportunity to experience art media through varied fun and creative art projects taught by experienced artists and teachers. Lunch is provided. Gallery show following each session. One session limit for each camper, unless space is available. DRPAC offers a variety of music (rock, jazz, songwriting) and drama (stage combat, Shakespeare, and improvisation) camps in contemporary settings and instructional approaches. Camp courses are conducted by experienced, trained, and accredited instructors. All classes culminate in a public performance. Child-care is available before and after classes. Since 1998, Educational Theatre Company has offered quality programming where professional performing artists collaborate with students to inspire the next generation of theatre artists and patrons. Disciplines include: Musical Theater, Shakespeare, Playwrighting, Creative Play, Comedy and Film Production. Campers benefit from a safe, supportive environment to explore their creative potential, take risks and develop life-long skills that reach far beyond the classroom. Join us this summer for an exciting theatre adventure! Teaching artists in It's Elementary will channel the energy and imagination of our young campers through story drama and character creation. Scenes for Teens and Tweens emphasizes creativity, teamwork and fun. Campers at Stage Door will create a fully staged production of Willy Wonka, Jr! Our latest program, Tech Camp, allows campers to explore scenic design, costuming, props, stage management and more.



Rising 3rd ­ 9th graders

1 week sessions: 7/15 ­ 7/27 9am ­ 4pm 1 week sessions Some courses of shorter duration

$275 Scholarships may be available. $165+


Music; Drama and Performing Arts

Ages 3 - 17

Arlington & Falls Church

Theatre Arts Creative Play Playwriting Film

Ages 3 - 18 CIT Program & teen volunteer options

1-3 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/23 Ext Day available

Varies by camp



Ages 4 ­ 15

2 & 3 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/30 Ext Day

Varies by camp

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Alexandria Type / Theme Academic

Eye Level Learning Center Kiersten Weissinger 703-535-3330

Ages/ Grades Ages 3 - 15

Sessions Ongoing 1 or more times / wk

Cost per Session $175/mo for 1x/week $300/mo for 2x/week 10% Sibling discount

Description Eye Level helps children strengthen and build math, reading and writing skills in a fun and interactive environment. The program is individualized to meet the needs of each child while targeting specific strengths and weaknesses. Our curriculum focuses on facts and memorizing as well as critical thinking, problem solving and reading comprehension. Low student-teacher ratios help children master and apply skills at their own pace, while building confidence at the same time! This summer your child can have fun and learn! Since 1993, Fairfax Collegiate has provided students with challenging and engaging courses in writing, reading, math, science, public speaking, test prep, robotics, programming, digital arts, and filmmaking. Last summer over 3,150 students attended Fairfax Collegiate. Fun Bot Lab is the place where the rhythms of your child's technical and creative potential will be harnessed for maximum growth in a technology camp experience they will never forget! We offer a great mix of programs in a safe, nurturing environment with an outstanding staff. Creative expression and problem solving has never been this fun! Register now; camp sells out early! GDS Summer Programs offers a variety of activities. Younger campers participate in Hopper Day Camp with specialties like math, touch typing and sports. Middle schoolers enjoy Debate, Survival, Advanced Soccer and other math and arts specialties. High Schoolers may choose among three service-learning programs. Summer Dance Intensive is led by Dana Tai Soon Burgess & Company for 6th ­ 12th graders.

Fairfax Collegiate Steven Nossal [email protected] 703-481-3080 Fun Bot Lab Timothy Burns [email protected] 202-709-6151 Georgetown Day School Summer Programs Vinita Ahuja [email protected] 202-274-1683

Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church and several other locations

Academic Enrichment, Test Prep, Robotics, Public Speaking, Programming, Digital Arts, Filmmaking LEGO Star Wars Movie making, NXT Robotics, Digital Moviemaking, Music, Photography Traditional Sports, Typing, Math, Theater, Service, Film & Animation, Debate, Music, Dance

Rising 3rd ­ 9th graders

2 week sessions: 6/24-8/30 8:30-noon, 12:30-4:00 8:30-4:00 Ext Day


McLean, VA

Rising 1st ­ 8th graders

1 week sessions: 7/8 ­ 8/19 9am ­ 3pm Aftercare til 6pm

$375/week Early registration & Sibling discounts available. Average is $400/week

Washington, DC

Ages 5 - 18

1 week sessions: 6/10 ­ 8/23 Some ext day

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Fairfax Type / Theme Chess Robotics

Griot Academy ­ Chess & Robotics Exploration Nitza Pean Paulina [email protected] The Handwork Studio Julia Yosen [email protected] 610-660-9600 Infamous Robotics LLC Robotics Engineering Camps Anthony Nunez [email protected] Jane Franklin Dance [email protected] 703-933-1111

Ages/ Grades Rising K ­ 5th graders

Sessions 1 week sessions: 7/22 ­ 8/16 Half day & Full day

Cost per Session $230 - $370 If registered before 6/30 plus $10 for t-shirt and tournament $250 - $469 depending on camp; full-day and half-day

Description Summer fun where students exercise their brains! Chess students are taught by USCF Chess Masters. Robotics students dive into STEM education working on cool machines and robots using Lego Education Products. Students provide own lunch. Each camp ends with a pizza party/tournament. The Handwork Studio, LLC is a kids' needle arts and fashion camp. We offer two unique, award-winning programs. Campers will have a blast each day participating in creative activities like machine sewing, fashion knitting, crocheting, embroidery, and fiber crafts.



Ages 5 ­ 16

1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/16 Ext Day available

Fairfax (GMU)

Robotics Engineering

Ages 7 ­ 12

Mon ­ Thur sessions: June ­ Aug

Varies by level

Robotics Camp focuses on teaching children about robotics and building robots the way real robot builders do, without store-bought kits. Students will take part in a range of hands-on exercises to grasp a more in-depth knowledge of electrical, mechanical and software engineering concepts related to the robotics field. Each level has a different focus. These engaging dance camps will spark imagination to explore basic dance concepts, visual arts and poetry. Books come to life through movement, creative problem solving and physical story-telling. Stretch your muscles; create a cat-like vocabulary of movement, be a creature of invention, be on stage and be a star! Students create a role that is performed by the end of the week. Join us for a fun, interactive camp filled with activities in the Spanish language. In this two week camp, students will participate in hands-on activities to enrich their acquisition and production of Spanish. Instruction will review basic vocabulary and build on producing more complex sentence structures. Students will learn culture, create crafts and play games. It will be like travelling to Latin America without leaving home.



Ages 5 ­ 7

1 week sessions: 7/15 ­ 7/26 9am ­ 3pm w/ ext day 8/5 ­ 8/16 9am ­ noon w/ext a.m. 2 week sessions: 7/15 ­ 8/9 9am ­ 3pm Ext Day

$150 ­ $300 $75 Ext AM $100 Ext PM Early Regis Discount

KidSpanish Spanish Immersion Larissa Giacoman [email protected] 703-212-8908

NVCC, Alexandria

Coed Spanish Immersion

Rising K ­ 5th grades

Sibling Discount

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Alexandria Type / Theme Spanish, French, Mandarin, German Immersion

Language Stars Alison Gibbons [email protected] 571-970-2106 Levine School of Music: Music & Arts Day Camp Sally Mennel [email protected] 202-686-8000 ext 1040 The Little Gym of Alexandria 703-751-5700

Ages/ Grades Ages 1 ­ 10

Sessions 1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/24 Also weekly classes & summer passes 3 week sessions: 6/24 - 8/2 9:30 ­ 1 or 3:30pm Ext Day 1 week sessions: 6/10 ­ 8/23 Half-day, Full-day, Single day 1 & 2 week sessions: 6/4 ­ 8/23 Full or half day 9am - 3pm

Cost per Session Varies by option Prepay and sibling discounts Full Day: $1170 Half Day: $810 Extended am/ pm: $230 each Varies by length of camp

Description Fun Foreign Language for Kids! We teach foreign language in the same way they learned their first language ­ interacting with native-speaking teachers in a no-English environment. With our play-based curriculum, your child won't even realize he/she is learning another language! Camp options include weeklong half day camps, weekly classes, and à la carte options. Indoor and outdoor options available. General Music & Arts Day Camp featuring singing, dance, arts & crafts, instrument classes, music theater, instrument building, games/sports/yoga, special guests, final performances. Each summer a different theme provides a focus for music, dance, stories, traditions and art.

Arlington, NW Wash, Bethesda, N Bethesda

Music & Arts Theme: "Water, Water Everywhere ­ Splish Splash"

Ages 3½ - 12 (rising 6th grade) Teen Apprentice (7th grade & up) Ages 3 ­ 8



Forget the bug spray and the week-long commitment. The Little Gym camps combine physical activity and games with arts and crafts and special events. Each week offers an interactive learning theme and each day brings a different creative lesson plan. Flexible scheduling options allow you to sign up for several weeks, a single week or even just a day at a time. In a nurturing environment with experienced teachers, students learn to think quickly and creatively. Children expand their theatre knowledge while putting on a show, visiting with experts, acting, singing, improv and/or dancing. With live accompaniment, dance instruction, creative movement, vocal instruction, auditioning processes, and advanced performance techniques, each child is respected and valued as an individual. Spark imaginative learning this summer! Each camp is packed with fun experiments, exciting demonstrations and hands-on fun. Learn the science of sleuthing in Secret Agent Lab, build robots in Red Hot Robots, become inventors in Eureka! Other topics too! Each day campers will create a project to take home.

The Little Theatre of Alexandria Virginia Lacey [email protected] 703-683-5778, x 2 Click on "Take A Class" Mad Science 703-536-9897 [email protected]


Musical Theatre/ Dramatic Arts/Theatre & Hip Hop Dance

Ages 3 ­ 18

$90 -$225 for short camps $300 - $645 for long camps

Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax


Rising 1st ­ 6th grades

1 week sessions: 6/17 - 8/30 Ext Day

Full Day: $315 Half Day: $185

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Alexandria and many other locations Type / Theme Academics

MathTree® Lynn Salvo [email protected] 877-MATH-987 NVRPA at Carlyle House, Meadowlark Gardens & Potomac Overlook [email protected] 703-528-5406 Oakwood School Summer Program Dwayne Stroud [email protected] 703-941-5788 Opal Music Studio Jason Solounias, Heather Adelsberger [email protected] [email protected] Play-Well TEKnologies Errol Thompson [email protected] 703-725-6932

Ages/ Grades Ages 6 ­ 15

Sessions 2-week sessions: 7/1 ­ 7/26

Cost per Session $195 - $495 Early Bird Sibling Returnee Discounts $300 Fullday $175 Halfday

Description MathTree has been growing the love of math since 1999! Through a variety of activities, games, and explorations in a summer camp setting, MathTree makes math fun for all ages! Kids grow academically, gain confidence, and get a great head start on the math they'll encounter in the next school year. The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority offers summer camps at three of its parks. Carlyle House offers camps focused on historical interpretation of the property and the time period. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens and Potomac Overlook offer camps themed around natural history interpretation. Academic AM: Elementary students study reading, math, and writing taught creatively using motivating and exciting themes. Middle Schoolers work on research, note taking, writing, and presentation skills. Recreational PM: Students choose activities such as team sports, art, swimming, drama, and cooking. In addition, the students will enjoy a field trip every week. Opal Rocks! offers budding rock stars a week of theory, song writing, jam sessions, instrument petting zoo, visiting rockers, history, recording and technology -culminating in a concert on the last day. With Your Own Two Hands combines a daily private lesson with games, crafts, music history and theory. Final Performance & Art Gallery Opening featured on last day of session. Power up your engineering skills with over 100,000 pieces of LEGO®! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering and architecture through engineer-designed projects like arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars and the Battletrack! Design, build and explore your craziest ideas. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level.

Alexandria, Arlington, Vienna

Nature History

Ages 5 ­ 17 CIT Ages 15 ­ 17

1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/30 Ext Day


Learning Differences Academics & Recreation

Rising K ­ 8th graders

1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 7/19 9am ­ 3pm

$500 - $625 All 4 Weeks: $2150


Music & Art

Age 6 ­ 12

1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 7/26 Half-day




Ages 5 ­ 12

1 week sessions


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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Alexandria Type / Theme Specialty

Renaissance Camps ­ LegoMagic & American Girl Linda Weber Klages 703-244-0585 Silver Knights Chess Jeremy Kane [email protected] 608-354-8650 Skyline Sport and Health Junior Tennis Camp Carol de Ocampo 703-820-4100 [email protected] Sportrock Rock Climbing Camp Jessica Lewis [email protected] 703-212-7625 Summer at Potomac Wendy Smith [email protected] 703-749-6317

Ages/ Grades Age 4 ­ 10

Sessions 1 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/23

Cost per Session $225 - $320 Half & Full Day Sibling & Multi-week Discounts

Description Lego WE-DO Camp offers a chance to create models that move and make noise with an introduction to simple computer programming and robotics. Learn to work in teams, solve problems and create solutions. American Girl ­ Celebrate being a girl, yesterday and today, through creative and historical enrichment activities. Learn why American Girls "star" while studying eras of American culture and history. Our coaches are highly-rated professional chess instructors. Campers are divided by skill level from beginners to tournament players. Each camper receives a T-shirt and tournament-style chess set. Learn openings, tactics, endgames and study master games. Full-day campers have lunch and recess. An unforgettable tennis experience, no matter what age or skill level. Campers hit tons of balls, meet new friends and enhance their tennis skills in a positive environment! Our staff builds on strengths, corrects weaknesses and helps players move to the next level. Camp includes 3 6 hours of drills, condition exercises, singles/doubles strategies, competitive match play and games. Quick Start Method is used for 10 and under players. Sportrock Climbing Centers Summer Rock Climbing Quick Start method is used for 10child to explore the Camp is the perfect way for your and under. Additional activities ­ swimming, basketball, soccer, world of climbing. Kids learn a variety of climbing dodge ball, in a fun and supportive and more! with techniques football, karate, dance environment plenty of time for playing games and participating in team building activities. Camps for a range of ages and experience levels! On the Potomac School's beautiful 90 acre campus, young campers enjoy instructional swimming, arts and crafts, sports and games, music and more. Discovery campers select six activities from over 30 choices. Outdoor campers take field trips ­ including overnight camping! Sessions are three weeks, or new weekly camps with focus on sports, fashion sewing, cooking or needle arts. Free bus!



Ages 5 ­ 13

1 week sessions: 6/24-28 7/8-12 7/29-8/2 8/19-23 1 & 2 week sessions: 6/10 ­ 8/30 9am ­ 5pm 9am ­ noon 2pm ­ 5pm Ext Day 1 week sessions: 6/10 ­ 8/30 (Sterling) & 6/26 ­ 8/30 (Alexandria) Ext Day 1 & 3 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/9

$300 Fullday $175 Halfday

Falls Church


Ages 4 - 18

Member: $180 - $540 Non Member: $220 - $660

Alexandria, Sterling

Rock Climbing

Ages 6 ­ 16

Day: $70; Approach: $350; First Ascent: $400 Summit: $450 Varies by camp Includes free transportation from all over DC area



Ages 3 ½ - 15

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Georgetown Type / Theme Traditional Academic Enrichment Specialty Camps

Summer at St. Patrick's Rhia Hamilton [email protected] 202-342-2808, 202-343-2813 Synetic Theater Summer Camp Elena Velasco [email protected] 703-824-8060 Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Arts Deb Gottesman [email protected] 202-824-0449 Tiny Dancers Donna Rathe [email protected] 703-385-5580 Traveling Players Ensemble Jeanne Harrison [email protected] 703-987-1712

Ages/ Grades Ages 3 ­ 14 CIT Program

Sessions 1 & 2 week sessions: 6/10 - 8/2 8:30 - 3:00 Ext Day

Cost per Session $350 - $445 / week After-Camp Explorations & Discounts

Description Summer at St. Patrick's combines a traditional day camp experience ­ swimming, cookouts, outdoor play, sing-alongs, and arts and crafts ­ with academic activities (science, leadership, and language arts) and cocurricular activities (drama, art, and PE). Lower and Middle School campers enjoy field trips. All campers use the soccer field, gymnasium, art studios, science labs and playgrounds. We'll create our own monuments, edible delights and lasting memories. In Hobbit Land, a group of campers stumble upon a cave and discover a path to a mysterious new land. When they hear of the land's lost treasure, everyone is ready for a journey. Creatures abound; adventures await in Middle Earth! Expect BIG things from this fun and physically active camp taught by experienced artistteachers. The last day of camp features a performance. The Theatre Lab's camps are fun, high-energy programs that allow campers to fully engage their imaginations as they experience the thrill of creating live theatre. Campers learn basic techniques for the stage, develop improvisation and physical comedy skills for public performance. Programs include Musical Theatre for Kids and Teens and Summer Acting Institute for Teens. All sessions include dance instruction and a light snack. Each camp culminates with a perfmance on the last day of the camp.



Ages 4 ­ 16

1 & 2 week sessions: 6/17 ­ 8/16

$280 - $575

Washington, DC


Ages 6 ­ 19

2 week : 6/24 ­ 8/23 4 week sessions for teens Ext Day

$590 per 2 weeks $700 - $975 for 4 weeks Scholarships available $250/week Sibling & multi-week discount



Ages 3 - 10

1 week sessions: 6/17 ­ 8/30

Madeira School, McLean, VA (transportation from Bailey's Crossroads included)

Theatre performed in the great outdoors. Campouts / backpacking trips.

Ages 10 ­ 18 Rising 5th ­ 12th graders

1 ­ 7 week sessions: 6/24 - 8/23

$375 $4350 Sibling & Early bird discounts Scholarships .

Selected as a "Summer Schools in the Arts" by the NEA. Classical theatre training -- small ensembles rehearse outdoors with professional directors. Technical theatre camp, too. All students perform publicly ­ at local camps and libraries, on Skyline Drive and at Colonial Williamsburg! New: Greek Myths for rising 5th ­ 7th graders.

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Alexandria Type / Theme Tumbling Gymnastics

Urban Evolution: Parkour and Freerunning Summer Camp Salil Maniktahla [email protected] 571-215-8218 Washington Sailing Marina Amy Zang [email protected] 703-505-9353 Writopia Lab Kathy Crutcher [email protected] 202-629-9510 YMCA Alexandria Ricky Johnson [email protected] 703-838-8085 Modeling Camp Heather Cole [email protected] 703-273-2560

Ages/ Grades Ages 6 - 14

Sessions 1 week sessions: 6/17 -9/13 1pm - 5pm Ext Day after 5pm

Cost per Session $400/week Sibling/friend discount: $100 off each attendee Average $370/week Sibling & multi-session discounts

Description Parkour is an art of moving efficiently through your environment in an interesting way! Our 4,200sf facility emulating an urban setting is designed to offer a sense of adventure while training safely. Freerunning is Urban Acrobatics which incorporates Parkour movements. Each session includes one day of outdoor training. We strive to change how young people see fitness while emphasizing safety and discipline. Come enjoy the wonderful world of sailing in a fun, safe environment right here in Alexandria. We have camps for beginners through advanced ­ windsurfing available too. Wonderful staff and low camper to staff ratios.


Sailng, Windsurfing

Ages 9 - 15

1 week sessions: 6/3 ­ 8/16

Falls Church, DC, Rockville

Creative Writing

Ages 8 - 18

1 week sessions: Half Day AM or PM: 6/10 ­ 8/30 Full Day: 7/15 ­ 7/26 1 & 2 week sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/30 9am - 4pm Ext Day

$525 Halfday $770 Fullday Financial Aid & Sliding Scale Fees $190 - $480

Writopia Lab is an award-winning creative writing program. Each workshop, limited to 6 students, is led by a published writer and experienced teacher. Two weeks of full day camp will include specialized writing electives in addition to workshop. The workshops are peppered with fun, but our primary goal is to help writers pursue their own interests and to complete excellent pieces. Does your child dream about applying to Hogwarts? Shining on the stage? Going around the world? Becoming the next sport star? YMCA Camps allow campers to spend part of each day in a specialty focus and also enjoy traditional activities like group games, sports, singing, arts & crafts, science, swimming and more! Low camper to staff ratios and trips!



Ages 4 - 15 CIT: 13 -15


Tysons Corner Girls Day Modeling, Fashion Design, Etiquette Ages 7 ­ 17 1 week sessions: 6/27 ­ 8/12 $349 Voted Finalist BEST Day Camp by readers of Families magazine and featured in The Washington Post as "one of the region's most popular summer camps," Modeling Camp is an internationally acclaimed program with over 500 girls from all over the world attending every year. Something for fashionistas everywhere! Approach your life with confidence and style!

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Type / Theme Ages/ Grades Ages 10 ­ 18 Sessions Cost per Session Description


4 Star Camps at UVA Patrick Kearns [email protected] 703-866-4900 Adventure Links at Hemlock Overlook Mark Diedering [email protected] 571-281-3556 Digital Media Academy Rachelle Harding [email protected] 866-656-3342 Virginia Outside / Virginia Fishing Adventures Tee Clarkson

[email protected] Northern VA, Richmond,



Academics Sports

1, 2, 3 and 4 week sessions: 6/16

Clifton, VA


Ages 8 - 17

1 & 2 week sessions: 6/10 ­ 8/30 8am ­ 5pm & overnight camps

Day: $495 Residential: $695 Travelling Overnight: $850 Expeditions$1750 $2250 Day: $695 Overnight: $1,575 Early bird, sibling, multiweek discounts

Academic and athletic programs at UVA. Our academic camps include enrichment classes, SAT/TOEFL prep, ESL, College Advantage (college admission process), and College Success (facilitating the perfect college match). Our golf and tennis camps, led by certified professionals and college coaches, feature low student/teacher ratios, video analysis, private lessons and match play. May combine ½ day golf or tennis with soccer, basketball or fine arts. Adventure Links offers a variety of outdoor adventure activities in day, overnight & expedition formats. We teach rock climbing, caving, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, outdoor survival skills & team building. Our camps challenge participants to push themselves physically, mentally & socially by providing a supportive, fun & creative atmosphere. We offer convenient day camp drop off locations throughout northern VA. Hands-on experience with the latest technology. The unique, high-tech Digital Media Academy experience allows campers to create and develop their own projects in a sophisticated and exciting learning environment.

George Washington U

Technology, Academic

Ages 6 ­ 18

1 & multiweek sessions: 7/8 ­ 8/2

Fishing, Mountain Biking

Ages 8 - 18

1 week sessions beginning 6/17


Virginia Outside / Virginia Fishing Adventures offers day and overnight fishing camps from the Chesapeake Bay to the Jackson River. We also offer Mountain Bike Camps through our sister company, Virginia Outside.


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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Type / Theme Ages/ Grades Ages 15 ­ 18 Sessions Cost per Session $7,000 $8,450 Financial Aid Fundraising assistance available Multiple week & sibling discounts Description


AFS Intercultural Programs Jennie Schmalzle [email protected] 800-876-2376 x3310 Camp Friendship Cris Higginbotham [email protected] 434-589-8950 Camp Hidden Meadows Tom Bryant [email protected] 800-600-4752 Camp Horizons 540-896-7600

Worldwide Study Abroad 4 to 8 week programs 6/15 ­ 8/24 From playing soccer in Paraguay to learning about sculpture in Italy, there's a summer AFS program for everyone. Over 20 programs, each with a different emphasis on Language Study, Community Service, Homestay, High School, Sports or Arts. AFS (formerly American Field Service) - a leader in intercultural learning, has been exchanging students for 65 years. Enter here to be and find a friend. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains since 1966. Traditional camp offers activities to create a fun-packed summer. Mix and match one-week sessions with VIVA! Trips for teens or add a half-day Sports Clinic. For girls who love horses, the Equestrian Program is for you! Staff and campers represent over 80 countries. ACA Accredited. Spectacular location, great staff, quality program! Horseback riding, arts & crafts, whitewater rafting, wall & rock climbing, sailing, mountain boarding and biking, organic gardening, farm animals, canoeing, backpacking, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, zip-line & high ropes, caving, fishing, swimming. ACA accredited. Shuttle from N. Virginia. Take your summer from boring to EPIC" Celebrating summer fun since 1983, Camp Horizons is located on 300 acres in the Shenandoah Valley and features outdoor adventures, sports, aquatics, visual and performing arts. Specialty camps: Adventure, Equestrian, and Up With People. Safe, supportive environment that builds confidence and self-esteem. Situated on 120 acres in the mountains near Winchester, Camp Tall Timbers has offered campers a close-knit community emphasizing educational, moral and physical development for over 40 years. Campers benefit from individualized, exciting and rewarding programs including swimming, horseback riding, waterskiing, tennis and more. ACA accredited.

Palmyra, VA

Traditional Viva! Trips Sports Equestrian

Ages 7 - 16 CIT: 15-17

1 & 2 week sessions 6/16 ­ 8/17

Allegheny Mountains, WV

Traditional, Adventure, Farming, Arts, Rafting, Horseback Riding

Ages 7 ­ 16

1 ­ 4 week sessions: 6/16 ­ 8/17

$775+/week Early regis & sibling discounts

Harrisonburg, VA


Ages 6 ­ 17

1, 2 and 3 week sessions: 6/16 ­ 8/24

$1,100 $2,800 Sibling, early bird, alumni & other discounts 1 wk: $1250 2 wk: $2400 3 wk: $3700

Camp Tall Timbers Glenn Smith [email protected] 800-862-2678

90 miles west of DC, in WV


Ages 7 - 16

1, 2 & 3 week sessions: 6/24-8/18

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Philadelphia, PA Type / Theme Engineering

Penn Engineering: Summer Academy in Applied Science & Tech Paige Harker [email protected] 215-898-0053 Shenandoah Summer Camp Morgan Tebeau [email protected] 540-743-6603 Summit Camp & Travel Gene Bell [email protected] 973-732-3230 Timber Ridge Camp & Mid-Atlantic Golf Academy 800-258-CAMP (2267)

Ages/ Grades Rising 10th ­ 12th graders

Sessions July 8 ­ 26

Cost per Session $6,727

Description The Summer Academy in Applied Science & Technology (SAAST) welcomes highly motivated and talented students to explore engineering at the college level, combining sophisticated theory with hands-on practical experience in cutting-edge technologies. Work with leading faculty, live on Penn's historic campus and connect with new friends from around the world. Shenandoah Summer is the most unique high adventure camp anywhere! It's the place where fun, exploration and friendships combine for thrills, chills and excitement. Our camp offers 130 acres of unspoiled wilderness for our 500' zip line, campfires, backpacking, rock climbing, canoeing and more. We offer quality programming and limited enrollment which creates a highly individualized experience. Summit Camp provides a sleep-away camp experience for children with issues of attention (including ADD, ADHD, Asperger's syndrome, awkward social skills, verbal or non-verbal learning disabilities (NVLD), and/or mild social or emotional concerns). Summit Travel is for older teens. The Weekender program is designed to foster peer relationships and enhance social skills. Travel Club provides school vacation trips to noteworthy locations. Our longest tradition is new friendships! Nestled in the Shenandoah Mountains west of Winchester, VA, Timber Ridge offers specialty areas in golf, tennis, theatre, circus, horseback riding, flag football, soccer, softball, fishing, go-carts, canoeing and much more. For older campers, it's all about choices and younger campers' days are always different and never dull! Same family ownership since 1955.

Luray, VA


Rising 4th ­ 12th graders LIT Program Rising 9th ­ 12th graders

1 & 2 week sessions: 6/30 ­ 8/11

$650-$750 Early Bird, Sibling & Multi-week Discounts

Honesdale, PA

Special Needs Travel

Ages 8 - 19

2, 3, 5, 8 wk sessions: 6/24 ­ 8/23 2 & 3 wk travel: 6/25 ­ 8/19

Varies with program and session

High View, WV


Ages 6 ­ 16

2, 4, 8 week sessions: 6/18 ­ 8/9

$2,900 $8,200

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location New Castle, VA Type / Theme Adventure

Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing Gene Nervo [email protected] 540-864-6792 YMCA Camp Silver Beach Kimberly Cross [email protected] 757-442-4634

Ages/ Grades Ages 8 ­ 17

Sessions 1 ­ 4 week sessions: 6/16 ­ 8/24

Cost per Session $795/week Early Regis, Sibling & Multi ­ Trip Discounts

Description We offer a diversified adventure program encompassing Leadership, Confidence and Communication through activities including: rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, caving, ropes course, climbing wall, zip line, whitewater rafting, environmental education, backpacking and more. Highly trained staff lead and teach necessary skills. No experience is necessary to have a summer of a lifetime! YMCA Camp Silver Beach is located on the Chesapeake Bay with 1200 ft. of pristine shoreline. Our 151 acres include an Alpine II Challenge Course, swimming pools, 130 ft. pier, covered outdoor pavilion, 400-seat amphitheater, air-conditioned cottages, bayfront dining, tennis courts, and skate park. Our welltrained summer staff comes from all over the world. Camp Silver Beach is the place to be!

Jamesville, VA

Water Sports

Ages 8 - 16 CIT Program

1 week sessions: 6/16 ­ 7/20, 7/28­ 8/17 Adventure: 6/30-7/20 CITs: 7/28 8/17

$870 / week TAC: $2625 CIT: $2625 YMCA Mem., Sib/Friend, Multi-week Discounts


Science Camp Watonka Donald Wacker [email protected] 570-226-4779

Poconos, PA Science, Sports, Adventure Ages 7 - 15 2 ­ 8 week sessions: 6/22 ­ 8/17 $2500 (2 wk) $4300 (4 wk) Family & Pay-in-full discounts Camp Watonka offers a program of Sciences, Sports and Adventure with a full range of waterfront, craft, woodwork, dirt-bike, marksmanship and archery activities. Facilities include modern cabins, 11 science buildings, great sports areas, private lake and one of the most extensive ropes adventure courses in the North East. ACA accredited and a Money Back Guarantee for first timers; we are the best choice for your summer.


Camp Alleghany for Girls Sam Dawson [email protected] 540-898-4782

Lewisburg, WV Traditional Ages 8 ­ 16 3 week sessions: 6/30 ­ 8/10 $1100/wk Sibling discount Traditional camp for girls where they can play, learn and make friends for life.

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Camp Name & Contact Info Location Riner, VA Type / Theme Traditional

Camp Carysbrook Colleen Hagan Egl [email protected] 540-382-1670 Camp Rim Rock Joe Greitzer [email protected] 347-746-7625 Hameau Farm in the Big Valley Audrey Gay Rodgers [email protected] 717-667-3731 Hollinsummer [email protected] 800-456-9595

Ages/ Grades Ages 6 - 16

Sessions 1 & 2 week sessions: 6/23 ­ 8/11

Cost per Session $925 - $1820

Description Our 90th Season! Camp Carysbrook is a 200 acre camp nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains just south of Roanoke. Traditional girls' summer camping includes English horse-back riding, synchronized swimming, caving, rock climbing, drama, dance, tennis, tumbling, team sports, ecology. A summer to remember where girls schedule their activities, learn independence and discover their unique abilities. Our 62nd season! Horseback Riding, Performing Arts, Arts and Crafts, Sports, Aquatics. ACA accredited. Less than 2 hours from DC on 600 acres.

Yellow Spring, WV


Ages 6 - 16

2 week sessions: 6/16 ­ 8/24

$2400 Sibling discount

Belleville, PA

Farm Camp

Ages 8 ­ 14

2 week sessions: 6/23 ­ 8/2


Hameau Farm in the Big Valley opens its barn doors for an opportunity to explore and grow in a picturesque dairy farm setting. Mornings -- discover with carefully chosen, nurturing counselors, the soft wet nose of a newborn calf or the cry of a hungry baby goat. Afternoons and evenings are equally active with your choice of activities. Optional overnight canoe adventure explores one of Pennsylvania's historic, scenic rivers. "The experience will mooove you!" Hollinsummer offers five camps on a picturesque campus in the Blue Ridge mountains. Girls can 1) delve into their passion for math and science, 2) ignite the spark of leadership and service, 3) develop writing skills under the direction of Hollins' leading children's literature graduate program, 4) develop camping and whitewater expertise along with leadership and sportsmanship skills, or 5) explore the basics of contemporary A Capella singing

Roanoke, VA

Creative Writing Math/Science Whitewater Leadership A Capella

Rising 6th ­ 12th graders

1 & 2 week sessions: 7/14 ­ 7/27

$750 $2,100

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