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Act One Theatre Camp

Type: Acting, After Care, Arts Education, Before Care, Creative, Creative Writing, Dance, Day Camp, Design, Film, Improv, Musical Theater, Performing Arts, Teen, Theater, Visual Arts, Voice

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A dynamic and hands-on 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 at the historic Alex Theatre!

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Archer Summer

Type: Academic, Acting, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Camps for Girls, Creative, Creative Writing, Day Camp, Design, Film, Improv, Music, Musical Theater, Performing Arts, Photography, Tech, Theater, Visual Arts, Voice

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The prestigious Archer School for Girls now has a summer program for girls grades 4 – 8 on its historic campus, with bus routes available across Los Angeles. From June 15 through July 10, three programs will be offered: Girls in Charge, Girls in Action, and Girls in Stage to ignite possibility, inspire creative risk-taking, and build valuable leadership skills. Girls will engage in real world challenges, make new friends, and experience Archer’s joyful culture, which celebrates the possibility of every girl.

Girls in Charge
Week-long thematic programs that 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.

Girls in Action
Our one- to four-week visual arts, creative writing, and journalism workshops offer students the opportunity to develop technical foundations with an emphasis on personal expression, creative voice, and journalistic storytelling led by our expert faculty.

Girls on Stage
Our four-week summer musical theatre intensive offers students a conservatory-type experience focusing on the areas of dance, voice, and acting. Students will rehearse and perform a full-length musical and participate in dance, acting, and voice classes throughout the program.

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CalArts Summer Art Intensive for High School Students

Type: Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Creative, Design, Film, Maker, Performing Arts, Photography, Sleep Away, Teen, Visual Arts

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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.

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Camp Tech Revolution at UCLA

Type: Academic, Acting, After Care, Arts Education, Before Care, Coding, Creative, Day Camp, Design, Fashion, Film, Improv, Maker, Music, Performing Arts, Photography, Robotics, Sports, STEM, Tech, Teen, Visual Arts

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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.

Camp Tech Revolution is Powered by Lavner Camps.

Most weeks sell out… space is limited!

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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

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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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Golden Key Art – Summer Art Fun

Type: Academic, Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Creative, Day Camp, Visual Arts

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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/

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Outdoor Journeys – Camp Nawakwa

Type: Acting, Adventure Camp, Art & Nature, Arts & Crafts, Backpacking, Creative, Performing Arts, Sleep Away, Teen, Theater, Visual Arts

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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.

For more information, please visit www.outdoorjourneys.org

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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

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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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South Bay Artist Collective Youth Program

Type: Arts & Crafts, Arts Education, Creative, Day Camp, Design, Photography, Visual Arts

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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.

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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

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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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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

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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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