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!
The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum will offer 5 art camps starting Monday, June 23 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 16-20.
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.
A three-week camp for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Children are recommended by their school, and notified of selection by June 1.
Cardinal Creativity Camp is a week-long creative writing camp for 7-12th graders. Camp is from June 23-27.