What are you doing on your summer vacation? Each summer, 1,000s of students come to our campus for a variety of day and overnight camps, participating in fine arts to sports. Find one that interests you as some camps fill up quickly!
Cardinal Creativity Camp is a week-long creative writing camp for 7-12th graders. Camp is from June 23-27.
The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum will offer 5 art day camps starting Monday, June 22 for children ages 8 to 13. The art camps will focus on sculpting, drawing and painting projects.
The Fine Arts Day Camp is for students entering 3rd-9th grades interested in musical theatre, improvisation, and creative drama. It is June 15-19.
The Science and Math Extravaganza for Kids (SMEK) day camps offer hands-on experiences for students entering grades 2-8. SMEK offers SMEKplus Jr. (for grades 2-4) July 14-17, and SMEKplus Sr. (grades 5-8) July 28-31.
This year's sports camps include football, baseball, men's and women's basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, track, soccer and cheerleading.
The STEM Opportunity Camp gives 6-7-8th graders four weeks of fundamental and advance math techniques.