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Camp Kids Klub

Type: Academic, After Care, Arts & Crafts, Beach, Before Care, Coding, Cooking, Creative, Creative Writing, Dance, Day Camp, Equestrian, Music, Nature, Robotics, Science, Sports, STEM, Teen, Theater

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Why Camp Kids Klub?

Have you ever thought, “Why Camp Kids Klub?” From our favorite songs, to hilarious games, special surprises and yummy treats, our camp has tons of unique traditions that campers look forward to each summer. We guarantee that we’ll keep the energy high and the fun flowing throughout the camp day!

We believe that camp is an essential experience in a child’s life. Camp is about the feeling that anything is possible. Children should spend their time at camp on adventures and having dynamic experiences- learning, playing, making lifelong friends, and being surrounded by people that inspire them.

As our camp song says, “In 1995, Kids Klub arrived!”, and we have been perfecting summer camp ever since! Here are some of our favorite things!

Above all, Camp Kids Klub is all about friendships, new and old! Whether you have been coming to camp for five years or it is your first day, you can count on making friends right away. To that end, we do team building first thing every Monday morning so that campers get to know one another and their counselors. Moreover, throughout the week we continue to play wacky games during group time to solidify these bonds. We believe that camp friendships are some of the strongest friendships you can have. We love seeing those friendships grow year after year!

Each week at Camp Kids Klub is organized around an exciting Theme. Hence, during “International Week” we learn about different countries and cultures through cooking, dance, art, and sports, and every child gets their very own passport! For “Island Adventure Week” we’ll act like pirates and have a Luau party! Another favorite at Camp Kids Klub is “Olympic Week”, our annual all-camp competition between the Yellow, Blue, and Green Team, who will win this year!? No matter the theme, we plan events that everyone will enjoy!

Finally, this is your opportunity to be a cowboy, alien, wizard, or superhero! We will have a costume contest with prizes for everyone who dresses up. Staff look forward to dress-up days as much as the campers! Don’t be surprised if your counselor suddenly turns into a purple-haired Rock Star!

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Camp MasterChef

Type: Adventure Camp, Cooking, Sleep Away

Description:

Camp MasterChef offers a dynamic, residential culinary experience for children 8-16 years old. Campers stay for one-or two-week sessions where they enjoy themed programming including culinary competitions, hands-on cooking lessons, master classes, outdoor sports activities and interactive challenges. Past contestants of MasterChef and MasterChef Jr. join campers giving culinary support.

Join us at one of our 5 locations:
• Rabun Gap, GA
• Cheshire, CT
• La Porte, IN
• Claremont, CA
• Houston, TX

Rabun Gap, Georgia Session 1.1 05/31/20-06/06/20 Session 1.2 06/07/20-06/13/20 Session 1.3 06/14/20-06/20/20 Session 1.4 06/21/20-06/27/20 Two Week Session: 06/14/20-06/27/20
Cheshire, Connecticut Session 1.1 07/05/20-07/11/20 Session 1.2 07/12/20-07/18/20 Session 1.3 07/19/20-07/25/20 Session 1.4 07/26/20-08/01/20 Two Week Session: 07/05/20-07/18/20
Houston, Texas Session 1.1 06/07/20-06/13/20 Session 1.2 06/14/20-06/20/20 Two Week Session: 06/07/20-06/20/20
La Lumiere, Indiana Session 1.1 06/28/20-07/04/20 Session 1.2 07/05/20-07/11/20 Session 1.3 07/12/20-07/18/20 Two Week Session: 06/28/20-07/11/20
Claremont, California Session 1.1 07/19/20-07/25/20 Session 1.2 07/26/20-08/01/20 Session 1.3 08/02/20-08/08/20 Two Week Session: 07/26/20-08/08/20

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Chef Tech Cooking School

Type: Cooking, Day Camp

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Kids Weekly Summer Camp
Ages – 6-14 Years Old
Morning Session: 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Afternoon Session: 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Week 1 – June 15th – 19th – Kids Culinary Boot Camp
Week 2 – June 22nd – 26th – Kids Great Summer Bake-Off!
Week 3 – June 29th – July 1st (3 Day Camp Only) – Kids Farm Fresh Veg- Adventures
Week 4 – July 6th – 10th – Kids Culinary Throwdown!
Week 5 – July 13th – 17th – Kid Extreme International Bake-Off!
Week 6 – July 20th – 24th – Farm To Table Fresh Favorites
Week 7 – July 27th – 31st – Kids Culinary Boot Camp
Week 8 – August 3rd – 7th – Kids Great Summer Bake-Off
Week 9 –  August 10th – 14th – Kids Extreme International Bake-Off!
Week 10 – August 17th – 21st – Kids Culinary Throwdown!

 

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Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences – Summer Programs

Type: Academic, Acting, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Coding, Cooking, Creative Writing, Dance, Day Camp, Film, Music, Performing Arts, Photography, Sports, Surfing, Tech, Theater, Visual Arts, Voice

Description:

Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences is a leader in innovative academic, arts, and enrichment curricula for students in Kindergarten through 12th grades. Summer at Crossroads offers you the opportunity to experience a full variety of courses as unique as the school’s regular year programs. Students are challenged to develop skills, to enjoy learning, and to grow in areas of special interest while experiencing their “Summer at Crossroads.”

Summer programs at Crossroads are open to the public and provide progressive and fun K-12 summer camps, classes and programs.  No formal admissions process is required.  Need based tuition reduction is available.

Two locations:

Middle and Upper School: 21st Street Campus | 1714 21st St., Santa Monica, CA 90404

Elementary School: Norton Campus | 1715 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404

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Galileo Innovation Camps

Type: Cooking, Creative, Day Camp, Design, Maker, STEM, Tech

Description:

SUMMER CAMPS KIDS LOVE

Galileo Innovation Camps for Pre-K – 8th Graders

At Galileo, we mix the fun of traditional day camp with thoughtfully crafted, hands-on projects in fields from science and engineering to the visual and culinary arts. Supported by the boundless energy of the best staff around, campers grow with us from pre-K through 8th grade, emerging as confident creators ready to express themselves fearlessly and turn their ideas into reality. We call them Galileo Innovators, and they will change the world.

Camp Galileo (pre-K – 5th grades): Campers craft extraordinary works of art, engineer incredible inventions and spend plenty of time outdoors building teamwork skills. Three engaging weekly themes to choose from.

Galileo Summer Quest (Entering 5th – 8th grades): Campers choose a different subject every week, creating go-karts, gourmet confections, robot pets and more.

Sign up by March 2 to save $20 per week. 25+ SoCal locations. Optional extended care and healthy lunch. Many Camp discounts and promotions are available; which include New Camper, Bring-a-Buddy, Multi-Week and Sibling Discounts!

Learn more: www.galileo-camps.com or 800-854-3684.

LA: EASTSIDE CAMPS
Arcadia: Barnhart School
Claremont: Chaparral Elementary School
La Crescenta – Montrose: Armenian Sisters Academy
Los Feliz: International School of Los Angeles (LILA) Los Feliz Campus
Pasadena: Walden School
South Pasadena: Holy Family School

LA: SOUTH BAY & LONG BEACH CAMPS
Long Beach: Newcomb Academy
Manhattan Beach: Location TBD
Palos Verdes: Montemalaga Elementary School
Redondo Beach: St. Lawrence Martyr School

LA: WESTSIDE CAMPS
Brentwood: Kenter Canyon Elementary School
Culver City: Turning Point School
Melrose: Melrose Elementary Math, Science, Technology Magnet
Westchester: WISH Community School TK-5 Campus
Santa Monica: PS1 Pluralistic School
Venice/Mar Vista: Beethoven Street Elementary

ORANGE COUNTY CAMPS
Costa Mesa: Renascence School International
Irvine North: Portola Springs Elementary
Irvine South: Alderwood Elementary School
Ladera Ranch: Ladera Ranch Elementary & Middle Schools
Newport Beach: Location TBD

SAN DIEGO CAMPS
Carlsbad: Poinsettia Elementary School

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY & VENTURA COUNTY
Burbank: International School of Los Angeles (LILA): Burbank Campus
Encino/Sherman Oaks: St. Cyril of Jerusalem School
Thousand Oaks: St. Paschal Baylon School
Woodland Hills: Hale Charter Academy

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Kennolyn Camps

Type: Adventure Camp, Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Backpacking, Beach, Cooking, Dance, Equestrian, Fashion, Martial Arts, Music, Performing Arts, Photography, Rock Climbing Camp, Sailing, Sleep Away, Sports, Surfing, Teen, Trapeze, Travel, Water Sports

Description:

Since 1946, Kennolyn Camps has provided a haven for boys and girls ages 6-16 to be their best selves, unplug from technology, and make lifelong friends. Join us at one of our two overnight camp locations: in the Santa Cruz Mountains at our hidden village in the redwood forest just a short drive to the beach. Or on Huntington Lake just south of Yosemite at our cozy lodge nestled in the Sierras. This summer we’re celebrating 75 years of changed lives!

Plus, we have special “in-between-session” programs at no additional fee for campers staying multiple sessions.

Two Locations:
8400 Glen Haven Road, Soquel, CA 95073
60900 La Salle Lane, Lakeshore, CA 93634

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River Way Ranch Camp

Type: Acting, Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Cooking, Dance, Equestrian, Fashion, Film, Gymnastics, Improv, Martial Arts, Music, Musical Theater, Performing Arts, Sleep Away, Sports, Visual Arts, Water Sports

Description:

Memories and friendships await at River Way Ranch Camp! Nestled in the scenic foothills of Sequoia National Park, River Way offers children, ages 7-16, an unparalleled environment to learn, thrive and grow. Extraordinary, highly trained staff encourage and guide campers to try a wide array of activities.

Through 75+ activities, campers will improve their confidence and enjoy activities such as waterskiing, horseback riding, ziplines, ropes course, theater, culinary arts, mini-bikes, go-karts, waverunners, gymnastics, film production academy, camping overnights and much more. With an emphasis on first time campers, River Way provides exciting experiences, proving to strengthen core values while increasing independence and social skills.

Campers, ages 7-9, remain with their counselors throughout the day participating in a variety of activities, while 10-16 year-olds customize their schedules.

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Sequoyah Summerhouse

Type: After Care, Arts & Crafts, Before Care, Cooking, Day Camp, Outdoors, Sports

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Summerhouse is a flexible, drop-in summer fun day camp.

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STAR Camps

Type: Acting, After Care, Animal Camp, Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Before Care, Camps for Girls, Coding, Cooking, Creative, Creative Writing, Dance, Day Camp, Design, Fashion, Film, Gymnastics, Maker, Martial Arts, Music, Musical Theater, Performing Arts, Robotics, Science, Sports, STEM, Tech, Teen, Theater, Visual Arts

Description:

Recognized by CBS Evening News, The Guardian UK, and The Wall Street Journal, STAR summer camps presents our 2020 offering! This year, we have over 40 wonderful options such as STAR EcoStation, Art Studio: Art for the Digital Age, Chess: Strategy of the Future, Coding: Kano Computer Science, Dance: Pose, Camera, Action!, Magic: Junior Magician’s Academy & Magic Castle, Sports: STAR Summer Games 2020, and Virtual Reality: Future Frontiers (to name a few)! Moreover, we are at 14 locations this summer and have multiple discounts available. Sign up today!

Extended care runs from 7:30am – 9 am, and from 3 pm – 6 pm.

Canyon Elementary: 421 Entrada Dr., Santa Monica 90402

Carpenter Elementary: 3909 Carpenter Ave., Studio City, CA 91604

Castle Heights Elementary: 9755 Cattaraugus Ave., Los Angeles 90034

Clover STAR: 11020 Clover Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90034

Eco Station: 10101 Jefferson Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232

Fairburn STAR: 1403 Fairburn Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90024

La Ballona STAR: 10915 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232

Loyola Village STAR: 8821 Villanova Ave.Los Angeles, CA 90045

Mar Vista STAR: 3330 Granville Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90066

Marquez STAR: 16821 Marquez Ave. Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Mount Washington Elementary: 3981 San Rafael, Los Angeles 90065

Overland STAR: 10650 Ashby Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90034

Warner STAR: 615 Holmby Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90024

Westwood STAR: 2050 Selby Ave.Los Angeles, CA 90025

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Steve & Kate’s Camp

Type: Arts & Crafts, Cooking, Day Camp, Film, Music, Sports, Tech

Description:

At Steve & Kate’s, we believe that when you trust kids, they develop the confidence to trust themselves. So we created a summer camp that puts kids in charge. Summer gives us the freedom to reinvent learning in a way that allows kids to make their own choices and, of course, a few mistakes along the way.

Our summer camp empowers your kids to make their own choices, setting them up for a fulfilling and creative future. Activities include baking, sewing, crafting, media lab, sports, karaoke, and so much more! Ages 4-12. Open 7:30am-6pm. Lunch and snacks included.

Four Locations in Los Angeles:

Temple Emanuel, 300 N Clark Drive, Beverly Hills
Phone: 323-205-2308
Email: [email protected]

Pacific Elementary School, 1200 Pacific Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA
Email: [email protected]

St. Andrew Catholic School, 42 Chestnut Street, Pasadena
Phone: 323-244-2531
Email: [email protected]

The Country School, 5243 Laurel Canyon Boulevard, Valley Village
Phone: 323-244-2556
Email: [email protected]

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Summer at The Center

Type: Academic, After Care, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Before Care, Coding, Cooking, Creative, Creative Writing, Dance, Day Camp, Fashion, Language, Maker, Music, Musical Theater, Performing Arts, Robotics, Science, Sports, STEM, Tech, Visual Arts

Description:

Calling all first through sixth graders: design your own adventure this summer. Mix and match to create your summer of fun! Summer at The Center features engaging class offerings, state-of-the-art classrooms, outstanding athletic facilities, nurturing staff, and expert teachers. Sign up for summer excitement and learning at CEE’s expanded campus in West Hollywood.

One- and three-week sessions are offered in:
Science–chemistry, marine biology, Science Explosion, dinosaurs, animals
Sports–soccer, basketball, football, and more
Technology–Video Game Creator, Minecraft, coding, computer animation
Engineering–Lego robotics, architectural model building, Invention Workshop
Arts–fashion design, studio art, anime, puppetry, photography, play production, dance
Academics–Math Skills & Thrills, writing, debate
Hobbies–cooking, magic, knitting, Spanish, karate, ukulele.

Dream, design, and dig in this summer at The Center!

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