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.
These one and two week-long camps are all about the stage! Your child will enjoy learning musical theatre skills with the ability to showcase them at the end of camp in a mini musical performance for family and friends.
Week 1: June 22nd-26th 11:00am-3:00pm Ages 3-7 years $160/child
Week 2: July 20th-24th 11:00am-3:00pm
Ages 3-7 years $160/child
Week 3 & 4: July 27th-August 7th 8:30am-3:00pm Ages 5-12 years $390/child
*This is a two week camp, not including weekends **Installment payments and sibling discount available
Students 14-17 years old participate in a series of workshops and critiques led by CalArts faculty and alumni, attend artist talks and screenings, explore methods and spend time in the studio developing skills and making art.
Residential students will live in Chouinard Hall, CalArts’ BFA dorms, and both residential and commuter students will be able to participate in daily activities such as film screenings, games in the recreation hall or open swim in the CalArts pool. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in a field trip to Disneyland for an additional fee. All levels welcome to apply.
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!
We offer in-person and virtual Summer STEM Camps. We also have virtual Spring Tech Camps happening right now!
Welcome to Award-Winning Camp Tech Revolution at UCLA… The World’s #1 Tech Camp for ages 6-14. Success starts here!
Our 35+ summer STEM camps offer the latest in technology, giving campers the opportunity to take their creativity to new heights, turn their ideas into reality, and gain the tools to achieve and exceed their goals. Our campers can learn how to Design Websites, Build and Code Robots, Work with Artificial Intelligence, Create Custom Converse & Vans Sneakers, Produce Digital Music, Join a Digital Rock Band, Mod in Minecraft, Design Games in Roblox, Compete in National Minecraft, Roblox, and Fortnite Tournaments, Code in Java and Python, Become YouTube Casters, Use Green Screens, Build Games and Apps, Train in Esports, Learn Digital Citizenship, and so much more!
We offer early arrival and extended day, catered lunches, and sports options at recess – there are plenty of opportunities for exercise, fresh air, socialization and fun. Campers may also elect to relax during this time and/or participate in fun team-building games.
Register for anywhere from 1 week to 10 weeks. Regular camp hours – Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 3:30pm. Early drop off at 8am (optional) and Extended day until 6pm (optional).
Tuition ranges from $689/week to $789/week. This does not include our multi-week promotional discount, additional sibling discount, or our new family referral program (receive $50 to $100 off per new family referred). See our website for details.
June 15- Aug 7
3 day or 5 day options
10:00am- 2:00pm (drop-in style)
Camp Wildfolk is taking their adored child-centered and project-based approach to the virtual world this Summer. Campers have a structured schedule with small-group activities including: camper community groups and choice of electives in their 3 activity rotations: movement, innovation (aka brainy stuff), and creativity (aka artsy stuff). Campers aren’t just sitting & staring at a screen for hours on end… It’s live, interactive, and wildly engaging fun! Wildfolk Guides are pros at helping kids nurture community and connection. Activities will need little to no in-person adult support and supply lists will be sent in advance (with options to purchase no-contact supply boxes). Virtual Camp is best suited for *1st-7th graders.
*Wildfolk has a Young Folks Mini-Camp for prek-kinder campers (MWF 8:30am-9:45am) and Guides-in-Training for 8th-10th graders looking to gain some leadership skills
Evening Enrichment Clubs
June 15- Aug 7
Once-a-Week for 8 weeks
Evening Enrichment Clubs are a great option for older campers & teens wanting more specific experiences! Clubs include 3-D Printing Design, Fashion, Dungeon Quest (RPG), Comic Creators, and Music Recording! These clubs are capped for an interactive small group experience.
Camp WOW! is an ingeniously stimulating, multi-sensory, outside-the-box, online camp that’s designed for maximum WACKY FUN! Your 3rd-6th graders can pick from:
What Would Scooby Do? – The Wisdom of Scooby Doo – mystery-solving, monster-chasing adventures
Weeks of July 6th, July 20th & August 3rd
The Funny Bone Zone – Exploring what makes us laugh – take a walk on the silly side
Weeks of July 13th, July 27th & August 10th
Camp is led by outstanding, energetic and experienced teachers. The counselor/camper ratio will always be 1 to 4 or better. Each day is jam-packed with new and exciting activities like:
Clowning around with masks
Building fantastical monsters
Rattling our bones with physical movement
Stop motion storytelling
Solving forensic mysteries
Side-splitting comedy songs
Drawing up the Camp WOW Comic Book
And so much more!
Before camp starts, we supply Adventure Kits – packed with all special materials needed for the week.
Please join us at Milken’s Summer at Home programming for both Milken students and the Los Angeles community. Whether you’re looking for a virtual camp experience, after school enrichment, or academic programming, we’re proud to offer something for everyone.
– Camp X
Build, Design, Explore – Weekly projects, zoom breakout activities, and virtual field trips!
Skills enrichment classes for grades 5-9
– The Studio
Academic, non-credit, options for grades 5-12.
New languages, arts, science, economics, and more!
– Summer School
Traditional summer school courses for students entering grades 9-12.
The Pure Imagination Party Company is offering virtual camps and classes led by popular kid’s movie and TV characters! Character Camps keep kids engaged by making learning fun. The three camps Pure Imagination will be offering this summer are “Princess Camp,” “Superhero Camp,” and “Wizard School.” Each day of Princess camp will be led by a different Princess, and includes storytime, singing, an art lesson, and a dance class. In a week of Superhero camp, kids will meet 5 different superheroes and engage in physical activity classes, themed craft projects, and fun games. Wizard School includes a sorting ceremony, potions lesson, wand making, and the chance for kids to meet some of their favorite Harry Potter characters!
A hands-on, creative digital summer camp for students passionate about design. Designer Camp is a curated boutique style camp that allows campers (ages 11 – 17) to be immersed in the design industry exploring the exciting worlds of Branding, Design, Fashion, Interior Design, Photography, Styling, Trend Forecasting, and much more!
The Leica Akademie Photography Camp allows students to dive deeper into the fields of photography, exploring areas such as: Photo 101, Lighting, Portrait Photography, Product Photography and Fashion Photography.
Designer Camp partners with top experts in the design industry, giving students a rare opportunity to engage and learn through hands-on workshops, design talks from keynote speakers, and behind-the-scenes experiences.
Throughout both weeks, students will work on creating their own digital portfolio that they can continue updating throughout the summer and beyond!
2020 Designer Camp Digital:
Designer Camp 101: July 20 – 24, 2020
Leica Photography Camp: July 27 – July 31, 2020
Destination Science is excited to offer 4 all new online STEM topics each week starting July 6, 2020 through August & beyond to help engage your kids. Join your Destination Science teacher LIVE online Monday- Friday for 2 full hours of hands-on STEM fun. Each camper will receive:
KIT: Science supply kit designed for your topic of choice with accompanying Google slide deck walking kids through each day of learning.
TEACHER: Connect LIVE with your Destination Science teacher with our Zoom link.
LEARNING: Kids explore STEM science through games, challenges, building, and fun.
SCHEDULE: LIVE for 2 hours per day starting at either 9:30am or 1:30pm or both (PT & CT). Each theme offered each week: 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27, 8/3, 8/10 (more to be added)
VIDEOS: The fun continues with pre-recorded step by step video guides designed to assist your child with an additional 30 minutes/day of project building at their pace.
CONNECTIONS: Kids keep the same staff and campmates all week to build true connections with old and new friends.
Registration Starts: June 1, 2020
Fees: $200/wk, Enroll by 6/30/20 & Save $50! (vouchers accepted)
ROBOT ISLAND CAMP
Offered Both AM & PM – Join other BOT Builders & create your own Rolling Robot with DS Live Online! Welcome to Robot Island where curious minds transform the island into a science fun park for Robotic adventures! Build motorized Bots and use the engineering design process to create your own fun.
PLAYSPACE ENGINEERING CAMP
Offered Both AM & PM – Missing your playground?! Build one with DS Live online! Warning: Engineers at Play! Design & build your own eco-friendly solar play-space, complete with a pendulum swing set, a moving merry-go-round and a vibrating sled ride. By the end of camp, you will have created your own play circuit to show off fun physics facts.
STEAM INVENTORS CAMP
Offered Both AM & PM – Time on your hands? Let’s invent your own Ooniverse with DS Live online! Join the STEAM Dream Team! Harness the power of STEAM with science, technology, engineering, art and math–combine it all to master your own amazing Oonie Maker Machine. Spark curiosity with the force of air-power, stretchy polymer technology, structural engineering, and get creative with color theories.
GALACTIC SPACE TRAINING CAMP
Part 1 (Offered AM Only): Shelter in Outerspace – Build your own Millennium Starship with DS Live online! It is time to build your own Millennium Starship ready to complete galactic challenges and earn a light-powered science saber. Compare Jedi mind tricks to real physics forces we use every day, like magnetism, infrared light, and sound waves!
Continue the space adventure all day by adding PM Camp…
Part 2 (Offered PM Only): Staycation on Mars – Build your own Mars Rover with DS Live online! BIY-Build it Yourself! You’ve been assigned by the Jedi Academy to construct your own motorized Rover Droid. Customize your rover to adapt to different planets. Will it use solar energy or electrical energy to search for martian life? Challenge Accepted!
Fitness by the Sea Kid’s Camp (FBS) is Los Angeles premiere and oldest beach camp for children ages 4-14. With beachside locations in Santa Monica and Pacific Palisades, an experienced and spirited staff (average age 27), and low camper to staff ratios (6:1), FBS offers a full range of dynamic and creative activities in an encouraging and nurturing environment.
100% SAFETY RECORD– For the past 21 years, Fitness by the Sea has been recognized as the “safest beach camp” in the Los Angeles area. All of our camps cater to first-time campers and kids new to the ocean. No Prior ocean experience is required. Non-swimmers are welcome!
BUS TRANSPORTATION– Bus stops serving communities in Venice, Culver City, Mar Vista, Brentwood, Cheviot Hills, Westwood, Beverly Hills, Hancock Park, Sherman Oaks, and Woodland Hills areas. Please go to the website to find the closest bus stop for your family.
SIGN UP BY THE DAY– Register your child for any days you wish, with no minimum days or weeks. With free and unlimited schedule changes you can¹t go wrong!
OVER 200 ACTIVITIES– Something for Everyone – Ages 4 -14
• Water Activities: surfing, boogie boarding, swimming, skim boarding, etc. *No prior swim experience necessary.
• Team Sports: soccer, basketball, baseball, flag football, dodge ball, etc.
• Creative Activities: dance, arts & crafts, yoga, puppet shows, magic, etc.
• Individual Sports: gymnastics, martial arts, cheerleading, fencing, etc. Kids feel safe to be themselves and are encouraged to take safe risks, push their own limits, and discover their unique abilities.
CAMP LOCATIONS: Santa Monica State Beach, Tower 9, Santa Monica, CA 90403 and Will Rogers State Beach, Towers 14, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
2020 CAMP DATES: June 15th – September 4th, Hours: 9:00am – 3:00pm, Extended Care available 8:30am- 9am, 3:30pm – 5:30pm
OPEN HOUSE DATES: March 29, April 26, and May 24 from 12pm-2pm
Discount: 10% off to MomsLA readers + first-time customers – if you book by May 1st. Must call 310-459-2425 to purchase and may not be combined with other offers.
Experience the unforgettable fun of summer camp no matter where you are. Camp Galileo Anywhere allows for a custom camp experience for your Pre-K through 8th grader with an engaging range of online classes from crafting to cooking to coding.
With a hands-on curriculum that inspires innovation and independence, experienced instructors that make every kid feel special, memorable camp rituals and joyful community building, it all adds up to an awesome Galileo adventure—that you can do anywhere!
Welcome to Summer Art Fun! Our family-owned camp offers a creative and fun environment personalized for your child’s needs. Kids explore the creative side and learn about the exciting world of artists, and build a portfolio of projects. Museum trips, field trips, drawing and painting lessons, chess, pool, and more! We also provide a refresher on the academic skills (math and English) for a successful school year. Each week is an amazing art journey! See the full schedule: https://goldenkeyart.com/summercamp/schedule/
For the summer of 2020, Flower Duet wants kids (and their parents) to learn how to make fabulous floral designs, botanical crafts and gain a few entrepreneurship skills, too! To align with many parents’ desire to keep kids occupied over the summer with activities that are fun and educational, Flower Duet designed 12 weeks of “Living Art Camp” themes ranging from American Flowers Week to coincide with SlowFlowers.com annual celebration of American flower farmers, to Wizard Week for fans of Harry Potter. Flower Duet will be showcasing STEAM topics in every weekly camp theme.
New Roads is offering a Remote Summer School across Elementary, Middle and Upper School from June 22 – July 31. Our programming plans have been modified to accommodate for the evolving challenges and needs posed by the Novel Coronavirus.
Because of this unprecedented context, New Roads has redesigned our summer programs to meet the needs of our students and families. Our Remote Summer Programs, built on relationships, connection, and community, will offer students an opportunity to strengthen and consolidate core academic skills, to accelerate their placement in mathematics, and to enjoy enrichment experiences designed by our extraordinary New Roads faculty.
Given that our families have been impacted financially by COVID-19, New Roads is subsidizing the summer school not only for Current and Incoming New Roads families but to make the prices as accessible as possible for the whole community.
Priority Registration for Current and Incoming New Roads Families will be May 22 – 29. Registration for the wider community will commence May 30. Registration will close at 5pm on June 8 (if the class is not full) for classes commencing on June 22.
Join Opera Camp and find your voice! An enriching two-week virtual program, Opera Camp is designed for students ages 9–17 looking to sing, create, and learn all about opera. Students will work remotely with LA Opera teaching artists to build their singing and acting skills as they produce “The Song of Los Angeles:” a musical quilt bridging the gap between generations and communities through hope and resilience. Each student’s individual recording will be combined into a keepsake video they can share with family and friends. We are offering three separate sessions during the summer months and we welcome all experience levels! Register online today!
There are three, two-week sessions:
First session: June 22-July 3
Second session: July 13-July 24
Third Session: July 27-August 7
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.
Outdoor Journeys is a non-profit youth development organization which operates a residential camp program, Camp Nawakwa, near Angelus Oaks, California. It is our mission to inspire individuals, through education and engagement, to connect with the natural world.
Camp Nawakwa offers Summer Camp sessions during the summer season and Family Camps throughout the year. Activities included in each camp session include: Archery, Rock Climbing, Tomahawks, Slingshot Paintball, Arts & Crafts, Swimming, Canoeing, Fishing, Outdoor Living Skills, Nature, Teambuilding, Hiking, Drama, and Evening Programs.
Summer Camps (Ages 8-17)
Traditional Camps – June 15 – July 17
Arts Camps – June 22 – July 17
Teen Academy – June 21 – July 17
Survivor Camps – June 15 – July 24
Family Camps (All ages)
Winter Family Camp – February 15-17
Fourth of July Family Camp – July 1-5
Labor Day Family Camp – September 4-7
Fall Family Camp – November 6-8
Camp Nawakwa is open to everyone! We embrace the uniqueness of all young people and their families. We ensure that every child has a place, no matter his or her background or age.
The SBAC Youth Program holds a multi-media art summer camp where students are given access to a range of mediums, including photography, paint pouring, spray painting, painting skateboards, digital illustration, working with resin, melting wax, and many other mediums – out of which they get to experiment and create their own projects under the guidance of our instructors. Instruction is individual to each student and their project. We also introduce the creative principles of Instinct, Intention, Inspiration, Imagination, and Intuition to the students – integral parts of the artistic process that help the youth to build creative problem solving skills.
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!
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!
In this upside down world, The Help Group’s summer camps will be virtual starting June 15th! During these online summer camps, neurodiverse 6-21 year olds with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs will be provided a safe and enriching atmosphere to engage, experience, and explore. With three offerings to choose from, each camper is matched to ensure an appropriate peer group for learning and fun. Campers will participate in a wide range of fun activities, such as social skills, fun & fitness, engaging games, science experiments, arts & crafts, and so much more! Siblings are welcome. Learn more at www.kidslikemela.org/camps. Questions? Contact Nicole at [email protected]
Ever wonder what learning at The REALM is like? Now, no matter where you are in the world, you can try out learning with us! We have reshaped our summer plans to accommodate the current circumstances, WHILE creating fun and learning opportunities for young minds, AND saved spaces for opportunities to gather, hike, and connect when it becomes permissible. It is going to be a magical and memorable summer to say the least!
The REALM will be sharing some of our best classes for deeply discounted rates as we understand that many people are struggling, unemployment is high, kids (and adults) need to keep that creativity flowing – it is TIME to Rally Together!!
Use coupon code “MOMSLA” for discount at checkout. $39.50 (w/ coupon)
The Young Art Summer Camp Adventure will include lessons in drawing, clay sculpture, science experiments, origami, culinary arts, Lego brick design, jewelry making, horitculture, recycled art, and digital art depending on grade level. Our team is committed to inspiring the next generation of young inventors, artists, designers, and entrepreneurs to be bold innovators by providing creative and enriching experiences through hands-on learning.
Enroll in the Morning Session (9:30am-12pm PST) or Afternoon Session (1pm-3:30pm PST).
June 22–26; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. June 29–July 3; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. July 6–July 10; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. July 13–July 17; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. July 20–July 24; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. July 27–July 31; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. August 3–August 7; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. August 10–August 14; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. August 17–August 21; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m. August 24–August 28; 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–3:30 p.m..