A new ONLINE summer camp which brings the exciting world of theatre home to your living room! A dynamic and interactive theatre camp for children and teens where students will use their creativity and performance skills as they spend each and every day acting, singing, dancing, and more… all ONLINE!
Session One Theme: “Mall Madness”
June 15 – July 3
Grab your allowance, text your best friends, and head on down to the only place that truly matters: The Mall!
Session Two Theme: “Vacation Meldown”
July 6 – July 24
You’ve been planning this vacation for months, and you’ve thought of everything… So how is it possible to have so many things go so wrong?!
Session Three Theme: “Fear Factory”
July 27 – August 14
On a dark night with the fog creeping towards you from all sides, you find yourself on the shady outskirts of town, standing before the looming towers of the Fear Factory…
The Archer School for Girls, nationally recognized for its excellence in teaching and learning, is offering innovative remote summer programming for girls in grades 4 – 12. Turbo-charge your daughter’s skills and possibility by bringing Archer’s expert faculty and joyful culture right into your home. Our series of interactive workshops are designed to ignite curiosity, inspire creative risk-taking, and enhance valuable skills for future success. Choose individual sessions or full-day programs offered weekly from June 15 through July 10. Please view our website for more details.
Girls in Charge, Girls in Action, and Girls on Stage
Girls in Charge
Our week-long thematic programs for girls entering grades 4-5 are rooted in creative play and exploration. Students will dive into a variety of imaginative projects that will culminate in a celebration and showcase of student work. Even though we will be working from home, we will collaborate and join our creative efforts to create unique performances and installations online! Students will pick up a supply kit from Archer that includes materials for all projects. Campers will “travel virtually” to different destinations all over the world (real and imaginary) from their very own home. On Fridays, family and friends will join the campers in the “reveal” of their artwork and creations!
Girls in Action
Archer has curated an exciting and varied program for girls entering grades 6-12 that offers weekly virtual workshops on topics ranging from podcasting to studio art. Workshops emphasize project-based learning and creative exploration. Workshops are designed to promote learning a new skill or area of academics led by our expert faculty.
Girls on Stage
Our four-week summer musical theatre intensive offers girls entering grades 6-9 a conservatory-type experience focusing on the areas of voice, acting, and performance. Students will rehearse and perform a full-length musical and participate in weekly cabarets and playwriting workshops.
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!
Entertainment for Change is a nonprofit organization that has put together a summer curriculum to educate kids/teens (ages 7-17) at the intersection of the arts and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We are offering virtual (via ZOOM) arts education courses, led by many well-respected artists/educators to inspire and empower the next generation of young artists! Courses begin on June 29th.
With virtual summer camps at Futures Academy, learn skills that support academic growth in all subjects while having fun, connecting with others, and discovering a possible career path. Futures Academy offers a variety of virtual summer camps for 5th grade, middle school and high school students this summer including: Middle School Writing Camp, Middle School Math Camp, Digital Photography Camp, Game Design Camp, Forensic Science Camp, Creative Writing Camp, College Compass & Art Camp.
Enroll in 1-week, 2-week, 3-week or all summer camps. Camp sessions include two sessions per day Monday – Thursday. The first session is engaging instructional content and the next session is fun group practice and activities.
Futures Academy is a fully accredited school that pulls all camp curriculum from UC approved course curriculum. The content is the best of the best to teach skills for our campers.
Locations all over Orange County, Los Angeles County and San Diego County
At Opus Music Camp, we strive to provide a holistic music and arts experience for children of all ages. Our camp focuses on world music, touching upon many different cultures across the globe. Our students will learn about different forms of music, art, dance, and singing through guest artists, virtual field trips, and daily camp activities and classes.
Join the Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA) this summer for exploration and discovery through interactive video workshops! Spyglass, IEA’s new distance-learning program, uses a digital platform to bring high-level content into the homes of gifted and advanced students across the country. Spyglass will consist of live, interactive sessions, both standalone and in series, on a variety of topics for a range of ages.
Spyglass develops the whole child by:
• Providing crucial intellectual and social stimulation to gifted and advanced students
• Promoting optimal challenge in a variety of subject areas
• Building a nationwide community of like-minded learners and content experts.
Visit IEA’s website for details about specific workshops and to learn more about IEA’s other online programs and resources.
Looking for a digital experience for this summer? Look no further! STAR’s Solar System Camps are low ratio digital camps enhanced with a suite of online tools including Google Classroom and Zoom to maximize interactivity.
Although digital in design, space for these camps are limited since teachers work directly with campers from 9 am to 3 pm. Furthermore, to insure a fun camp the entire family can enjoy, materials for these online versions of our summer camps will be provided.
Finally, we’ve discounted all of our Solar System Camps by $100 from the price of their in-person counterparts. These digital camps comprise: Dance: Camera, Action!, Engineering: Design Your LA, Medieval Minecraft, Culinary Arts: A Taste of LA, Coding with Kano, Bricklab: Rise of The Brick Builders and more! Visit www.starcamps.org for details!
In response to circumstances surrounding COVID-19, LACM is now offering a 100% online Summer at LACM experience.
There are 3 weeks of online programming with 4 hours of workshops, masterclasses, & private lessons each day taught by LACM faculty and top music industry members. There are programs with focuses in Music Performance, Songwriting, Rap & Hip-Hop, Music Production, Composing for Visual Media and Music Entrepreneurship.
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!
From July 6-10, teen writers ages 13-18 will dive into the Fantasy and Sci-Fi genres while building their writing skills and connecting with peers around the world—all within a supportive and structured online writing camp hosted by Write the World.
Participants will respond to daily writing prompts and provide peer reviews and feedback to their fellow campers. They’ll engage in a combination of independent writing activities and group meetings while receiving daily individualized feedback and mentorship from our Expert Reviewers—a team of education and writing professionals. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to learn from a special guest author in the Sci-Fi and Fantasy genres.
Camp will consist of daily check-ins with Write the World educators (approximately 45-60 mins per day), and all participants will work independently on prompts and activities, guided by peer and expert review, at their own pace for a total commitment of about three hours a day.