As the school year comes to an end, kids need some fun, engaging activities to do throughout the summer months. Here are some programs for students kindergarten to high school.
Dates: Three sessions June 13-17, July 11-15, August 1-5
Where: Myers Park Baptist Church (1900 Queens Road)
Cost: $195 camp tuition plus $25 registration fee
Love music? Carolina Voices is offering three-show choir camps for kids this summer. Each session has a unique theme: Kidz’ Boppin’ Hits (June 13-17), Groovin’ to Motown (July 11 -15), and Movie Magic (August 1-5). The camps are for kids in grades 1-7.
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Dates: June 13th to July 29th
Where: 4527 Freedom Drive
Cost: Free (includes lunch and a hot meal)
The camp, for students ages 4-17, features field trips, reading, fun activities and a daily devotional. To register contact Michael Manning at 704-398-3244 or at Michael.Manning@abetterworldcharlotte.org
Dates: June 6 to August 5
Where: Corvian Community School (4041 Johnston Oehler Road)
Cost: $198/week for full-day, and $99/week for half-day
Each week has a different theme, like “Space Week,” “Field Days” and “Christmas in July.” Weekly rates offered at both half-day and full-day day. If you register for five or more weeks, lunch is free. After and before care is available as well.
Children’s Theatre of Charlotte
Dates: June 6 – August 19
Where: ImaginOn (300 E 7th St) and Charlotte Latin (9502 Providence Rd)
Cost: $160 for week-long, half-day program for ages 3-5, $290 a full-week for rising kindergarten and older.
Offer unique experiences for students ages 3 to 18 in a fun, interactive environment, where professional teaching artists lead campers in acting, singing, and dancing activities.
Central Piedmont Community College
Dates: Multiple sessions starting June 21 – July 28
Where: CPCC Campuses
Cost: starting a $235
CPCC’s summer camps offer experiences in art, cosmetology, culinary skills, engineering, forensics, law, and technology. Sessions are held for grades four through 12.
Town of Cornelius Parks & Recreation
Dates: June 21 – August 12
Where: Cornelius Town Hall (21445 Catawba Avenue) and Bailey Road Recreation Center (11536 Bailey Rd)
Cost: Starting at $95
The Town of Cornelius offers a variety of summer camp options for kids, ages six to 14. These options include traditional camps, summer recreational, sports and art.
Dates: May 30 – August 28
Where: YMCA Branch locations
Cost: starting at Member $85/week, Non-member $110/week
The YMCA of Greater Charlotte offers a variety of traditional, sports and themed day camps across their 14 branches. Ages range from two to 14.
Dates: June 27 – August 5
Where: 400 East Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28226
Discover the race cars, tracks, music, and art that drive the sport. Campers will accelerate their experience with hands-on building, experiments, crafts, and physical challenges. The week completes with a digital scrapbook showcasing their camp adventures. Virtual participation is available.
Dates: sessions start June 13 – July 28
Where: Multiple locations across Charlotte
Cost: Programs start at $245
This exciting, week-long STEM summer camp provides opportunities for open-ended, hands-on exploration of science, technology, engineering and more. Grade levels range from K to sixth.
Queens University of Charlotte
Dates: June 20 – August 19
Where: 1900 Selwyn Ave
Queens University of Charlotte Athletics offers a variety of half- and full-day summer sports camp options for children ages 5-18. The camps are designed for kids of any skill level, with an emphasis on learning proper technique and fundamentals in a fun, safe environment. Sports include basketball, soccer, rugby, swimming and more. Full-day camp includes lunch daily.
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