Getting prepped for Summer Camps?!
The time to think about 2017 summer camp programs is here and for some schools, the time to register is now!
Get an overview of Denver’s Local Private School Camps here. We have complied a list of programs that will keep your kids stimulated and occupied.
Regardless of whether your child is enrolled, many private schools in the area have excellent camps open to non-students; offering academic, theatre, arts, and sports programs. Also, most of these camps run on a weekly basis, which can be a huge advantage when scheduling around family trips.
It is important to note that registration for most of these camps opens the end of January and early February. Many programs tend to fill up quickly, so now is a good time to take a look at what options are out there. Some camp registration and information is not yet posted, check back here for updated camp information or contact admissions with up-to-date information.
Providing programs to students and non-students, Colorado Academy draws youth from as far as Castle Rock, Evergreen and Parker. Kids are given the opportunity to ‘mix and match’ from a variety of academic and athletic activities to create a camp that is just right for them. Some activities include: stained glass, Star Wars coding, archery, tennis, photography, baseball, computers, swim lessons, day camp overnight, art, theater, music, circus, lacrosse, rock climbing and more! Campers have access to the beautiful grounds and facilities; make use of the tennis courts, a baseball diamond, dozens of classrooms, two full-size gymnasiums, five playing fields, a theater, a dining hall, four computer labs, spacious studio arts workrooms, a photography studio, and a facility for vocal and instrumental music. Registration opens January 30th.
South Pierce St. Denver, CO 80235
Located in Lafayette, Alexander Dawson provides summer activities for children with a wide range of interests. This year, they have added 3 weeks, including the week of July 4th. In the past, Alexander Dawson has provided programs in roller coaster engineer, science chef, sports, technology, puppetry, cartooning, CSI, French, jewelry-making, digging for gold and woodworking. Offering over 50 camps over an eight week period, you would be hard pressed to not find a program that suits your child’s interests! Registration dates to be determined in mid-February
10455 Dawson Dr. Lafayette, CO 80026
Summer programs at Denver Academy cater to children with learning disabilities or who may need educational support in the summer months. In addition to offering enrichment programs, they provide academic classes, and day camps. This year, Denver academy will be providing fishing, bowling, urban farming, ice skating, arts and crafts, golf, rafting, and more! There are two summer sessions and dozens of options to choose from to fit your child’s needs and schedule. Registration begins January 2017.
4400 E. Iliff Ave. Denver, CO 80222
The Denver Waldorf School provides summer programs for children ages 3-1/2 to 12 years. Each day will follow the general rhythm of a day at The Denver Waldorf School regarding snacks, lunch and outdoor play times. Participation in activities is voluntary. Programs offer a variety of stimulating activities for children to participate in, not to mention lots of summer fun and fresh air. Camp offerings in the past have included Eco Week, Cooking, Soap and Salves, Green Thumb, Knitting and Weaving. Camp information and registration will be open in Mid-February.
2100 S. Pennsylvania Street, Denver, CO 80210.
These summer camp programs are held on, and off campus by seasoned education professionals. Evergreen Country Day School provides a variety of fun summer camp programs for campers ages 5 and up, as well as an Early Childhood Program for children ages 2-4 years old. Choose from full day or half day programs. Formerly, camps have included theater, Spanish, swimming, soccer, fencing, and rock climbing.
Registration dates and updated camp information are predicted to be up on February 1.
1036 El Rancho Rd., Evergreen, CO 80439
Summer camps at Denver Montclair International School introduce foreign languages and a variety of fun activities to children as young as 3 years old. Some of the programs include soccer, treasure hunting with global positioning technology, cooking and dance. Age appropriate activities, including physical ﬁtness, ﬁeld trips, and enrichment activities are also included. There are weekly themes which give a basis for the different activities, and programs are open to all children, regardless of foreign language abilities. Registration dates and camp information to be announced soon!
7701 East First Place, Denver CO 80230
Offering summer programs for students ranging from age 4 – 12th grade, Kent Denver School is another great place for you children to spend time in the coming summer months! Kids are able to choose from athletics, computer programming, drivers’ ed, drama, creative arts, and many more! Registration is open NOW!
4000 E. Quincy Ave. Englewood, CO 80113
The Logan School has made some changes for 2017. They have invited the Steve & Kate’s Camp because they are experts in their field and their philosophy aligns with Logans. The camp describes itself as “Our camp conforms to kids…not the other way around.” The camp includes lots of choice, guidance, and self-directed. To learn more about it click on the link above. Registration is open NOW!
1005 Yosemite Street, Denver, CO 80230
In the past, St. Mary’s has offered two summer camp options for girls and boys, grades K-12: Wildcat Sports Camps and Academy Adventures. There are lots of options. Camp information and registration will go online the first week of February.
St. Mary’s Academy has also partnered with Challenger Sports to offer the British Soccer Camp for ages 6 and up, and that registration is open on their website NOW.
4545 S. University Boulevard, Englewood, CO 80113
Offering programs ranging from Academic, to fly fishing, to the magical world of Harry Potter, Stanley’s child-centered programs offer a Day Camp for children age 5 through third grades, along with an assortment of Specialty Camps for those campers entering third through ninth grades. Both camps offer full-day and half-day options. These one-week sessions offer classes in science, sports, swimming, visual and performing arts, and choice time. A different theme is integrated each week through camp classes and activities. Registration begins January 25th and 26th!
350 Quebec Street, Denver, Colorado 80230