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Official Guide: Wake County
Advertising Supplement to The News & Observer, The Cary News, and Eastern Wake News
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February, 2014
Summer Options 2014
Summer Options 2014
Simplify your summer planning!
Soccercamp,artclasses,orasleep-awayinthemountains?Thechoicesaremanywhen
itcomestosummeractivitiesforyourchildren.Tomakesummertimeplanningeasier,
ChildCareServicesAssociation(CCSA)andtheNews&Observerhavecollaboratedtooffer
SummerOptions2014.Thiscomprehensiveguidedescribesclasses,camps,summer,and
track-out/intersessionprogramsforchildrenintheTriangleandbeyond.
Forassistanceusingthisguideandvaluable,additionalinformationonchoosingsummer
campsorotheryear-roundchildcare,pleasecallCCSA’sChildCareReferralCentralservice.
Knowledgeablecounselorsareavailabletohelpyouunderstandnationalrecommendations
forhealthandsafety,licensingandaccreditationsystems,aswellashowtorecognizehighqualityprograms.Ourservicesarefreeand
availabletoeveryone.
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Ensuringahigh-qualitysummerenvironmentforyourchildrenisoftheutmost
importanceandcanbejustonepieceofa
year-longbalancingacttoensurethatyour
childrenareinasafe,enrichingenvironment
whileyouwork.Getthehelpofanexpertby
callingChildCareReferralCentraltoday.
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Camps & activities
for school-age children
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Here are a few steps to follow as you search for the perfect summer setting for your child.
1
Begin as early as possible.Manycampsstart
enrollinginFebruaryandfillquickly,soithelpstobegin
lookingearly.
2
•ChildCarePrograms:Manychildcareprogramsoffer
specialactivitiesandadapttheirschedulestomeet
thesummerandtrack-outneedsoffamilies.Lookfor
programslicensedbytheNorthCarolinaDivisionof
ChildDevelopmentandEarlyEducationandrated3-
to5-stars.
Decide what is important for you and your
child.
•Whatactivitieswouldmostinterestyourchild?
•Whatdoyouandyourchildwanttogainfromthe
campexperience?
Willyourchildneedtransportation?
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•Canyouaffordthecost?Doesthecampofferscholarships/financialassistanceormultiplechilddiscounts?
Willthecampacceptachildcaresubsidyvoucher?
3
Consider different types of programs.
•ResidentialCamps:Childrengenerallysleepawayfrom
homeforoneormoreweeksandcanenjoydayand
eveningactivities.Theemphasisoftheseprograms
isincreasingtheindependenceandself-helpskillsof
campers.
DayCamps:Campersarriveinthemorningandreturn
homeattheendoftheday,havingenjoyedactivities
andfieldtrips.Therearesomehalf-dayoptions.
SpecialtyCamps:Campersdevoteamajorityoftheir
timetooneactivity.Thestaffandfacilitiesaregeared
towardintensiveexperiencesinactivitiessuchas
music,sports,art,scienceorwildernessandadventure.
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Choose the best camp for
your child.
Youcanusethispublicationtocreatealistof4-8camps
thatmeetthecriteriayouidentifiedinsteps2&3.
Considerthefollowingquestionswhennarrowingyour
search…
Isyourchildreadyforasleep-awayexperience?Be
sureyourchildisreadyforthelengthofprogramyou
select.
Willthecampencourageyourchildtotrynewthings?
Howstructuredistheprogram?Isitflexibleorhighly
structured?
Whatsizecampcommunitywillmakeyourchildfeel
comfortable?Sizescanrangefrom30to500campers.
Isthecampequippedtohandleany
typeofspecialneedsyourchildmayhave?(dietary,
medical,physical,
behavioral,etc.)
DoesthecampfollowAmericanCampAssociation
(ACA)standards?TheACAisanationalassociation
thatevaluatescampsbasedon300health,safety
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areas,personnel,transportationandadministrative
procedures.Notallcampschoosetobeaccredited.If
youareinterestedinaprogramthatisnotaccredited
youcanusethesestandardsfoundatwww.acacamps.
orgasaguideinyourselectionprocess.
5
Visit the camp site and talk with the
director.
Someprogramsofferyear-roundactivities,andit’spossibletovisitbeforethesummeractuallybegins.
Gettoknowyourchild’scounselorsandthecamp
staff.
Reviewthecamp’sbrochures,website,videosand/or
DVD’swithyourchild.
Don’tbeafraidtoaskquestions.Themoreyouknow
now,thebetteryourchild’scampexperiencewillbe.
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Ask for references.
Getthenamesofparentswithchildrenthesameageas
yourchildwhohaveattendedthecamp.Askthem:
Whatdidyourchildenjoymostaboutthecamp?
Isthereanythingyoudidnotlikeaboutthecamp?
Wouldyouenrollyourchildinthiscampagain?
Maymychildtalktoyourchildaboutthe
campexperience?
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Helping children get the best start
in life for 40 years.
ummer Options 2014
Wake/Johnston County
Child Care Services Association:
Research tells us that children enrolled in good early education programs in the first five years of life are more likely to be
in a highly skilled job or in college at age 21.
Approximately13millioninfants,toddlersandpreschoolchildrenintheUnitedSates
areregularlyinnon-parentalcare.Ensuringthatthesechildrenreceivethehighestqualityearlycareandeducationcaneliminatethesocialandeducationalgaps
thatexistasearlyaskindergartenandcanhelpchildrengrowuptobesuccessful
studentsandadults.
Connecting families with quality child care: Eachyear,ChildCare
ServicesAssociation(CCSA)helpsthousandsofTrianglefamiliesunderstandanduse
NorthCarolina’spremierratedlicensesystemtofindhigh-qualitychildcarecenters
andhomesthatwillmeettheirfamily’sneeds.CCSAalsoprovidesfamilieswithchild
carescholarshipsandinformationaboutotherfinancialaidoptions.
Guiding professionals in starting and maintaining great child
care programs: CCSAworkswithchildcareprogramsthroughouttheregionto
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Answering“yes”tomostorallofthesequestions,willincreaseyourchild’s
chanceofhavingasuccessfulsummercampexperience.
Is the camp licensed by the North Carolina Division of Child Development &
Early Education or accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA)?
Do the camp’s counselor: child ratios meet ACA standards? (1:5 for ages 4-5; 1:6
for ages 6-8; 1:8 for ages 9-14; 1:10 for ages 15-17)
Are at least 40-60% of the camp counselors returning from last year?
Is the camp director experienced and hold a higher education degree?
Are camp staff members trained in safety regulations, emergency procedures,
behavior management techniques, specific procedures for supervision, and appropriate staff and camper behavior?
Are at least 80% of camp counselors 18 years of age or older?
Are there medical routines and procedures in place for emergencies?
Is there a parent-contact policy, and how is homesickness handled?
Promoting higher education and compensation for child care
teachers locally and nationally: Toencourageteacherstocontinue
theireducationandearnadegree,CCSAalsoprovidesthousandsofteacherswith
scholarshipsthroughtheT.E.A.C.H.EarlyChildhood®Project.ThisnationallyrecognizedprogramsupportsteachersthroughoutNorthCarolinaandisadministeredby
partneragenciesin22otherstatesandtheDistrictofColumbia.CCSA’sChildCare
WAGE$®Projectprovideseducationbasedsalarysupplementsto
earlychildhoodprofessionalswhohaveremainedinthesamechild
careprogramforatleastsixmonths.Byreducingturnoverand
encouragingproviderstocontinuetheireducation,WAGE$helpsto
ensurethatchildrenarebeingcaredforinastableenvironmentby
qualified,justlycompensatedprofessionals.
“CCSA is an organization
that has a nationwide scope
of which all North Carolinians
should be proud.”
— Congressman David Price
For more information about Child
Care Services Association
or to make a donation, visit
www.childcareservices.org.
Advertising Supplement to The News & Observer, The Cary News,
andOptions
Eastern
Wake News
Summer
2014
improveclassroomsandhelpteachersmeettheirfullpotential.CCSA’sconsultants
provideon-siteassessmentsandcustomizedassistancetohelplocalchildcarefacilitiescreatehigh-qualitylearningenvironmentsandactivities.
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Summer Options 2014
What do these symbols mean? Que significan estos símbolos?
To assist you in identifying programs that offer special options, the following symbols are used. Para asistirle en localizar programas que ofrecen opciones especiales, los símbolos siguientes han sido agregados.
Trained Staff to work with Child with Special Needs
Provides Scholarships/Financial Assistance Provee Becas / Asistencia Financiera
Personal entrenado para trabajar con Niños con Necesidades Especiales
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A Accepts Child Care Subsidies/Vouchers Acepta Subsidios / Vouchers para Cuidado Infantil
Provides Transportation Provee Transporte
by the N.C. Division of Child Development & Early Education with 3 stars or higher
Licensed
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— Provides Services in Spanish Provee Servicios en Español
Licencia de la N.C. División de Desarrollo del Niño con 3 estrellas o más
Track-Out/Intersession Care (Meets the needs of the year-round school calendar.)
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Provee cuidado para días libres entre sesiones (Track-Out/Intercesión) (Este programa
/campamento satisface las necesidades del calendario escolar de ciclo continuo.)
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
All About Kids-Summer Camp
3901 Kildaire Farm Rd., Apex, NC • www.allaboutkidsnc.com
Summer camp and track-out program offering flexible scheduling options, a small personal environment,
trained staff, meals, 2-3 field trips per week, friends and fun!
Other
Ages 5-12
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Call for prices
Sandy Inkrote
919-303-7767
[email protected]
Gingerbread LittleVersity Uptown
1521 N. Main St., Fuquay-Varina, NC • www.gingerbreadlittleversity.com
As a preschool, we prepare your child for kindergarten with all of the educational and social skills that give
them an advantage in their critical early education.
Other
Ages 6 wks-14 yrs
June-August
6:00 am-6:00 pm
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Shannon Page
919-552-9185
[email protected]
IQ Kids Academy
190 Mangum Ln., Fuquay-Varina, NC
Our brand new center will cater to the needs of families looking for summer camp as well as preschool care.
We are looking forward to our first summer filled with exciting activities for everyone!
Other
Ages 6 wks-12 yrs
June-August
6:00 am-6:00 pm
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Mia Pennington
919-586-7155
[email protected]
Kiddie University-Summer Camp
4325 Tryon Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.kiddieuniversitync.com
Fun field trips, great group activities and large classrooms. On- and off-site outings.
Adventure,
Creative Arts,
Sports
Ages 5-10
June-August
6:30 am-6:00 pm
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$780/mo plus
activity fee
Stacey Hathaway
919-828-1800
[email protected]
Kids Educational Center
3250 Forestville Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.kidseducationalcenter.com
Arts and crafts, cooking, games, field trips and a lot of fun! 5 locations in the area.
Adventure, Creative Ages 5-12
Arts, Science/Math,
Sports
June 11-August 22
6:00 am-6:00 pm
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Dave Woodruff or Nikki Young
919-266-0346
[email protected]
La Petite Academy-Summer Camp
6601 Pleasant Pines Dr., Raleigh, NC
La Petite Academy's Creative Quest is designed for school age children to have a place where they can have
many art, science, and sport experiences while on summer break.
Adventure
Ages 5-12
June-September
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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$200/wk
Angela Whitted or Shannon
Jordan
919-571-7469
[email protected]
Learning Tots Academy Apex-Summer Camp
2209 Candun Dr., Apex, NC • www.learningtotsacademy.com
Fun filled activities and field trips.
Creative Arts,
Science/Math
Ages 6 mos-12 yrs
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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$180/wk
Mamta Batra
919-342-6752
[email protected]
Little Treasures School-Summer Camp
2117 Piney Plains Rd., Cary, NC
Small group setting where children can relax and enjoy their summer in our park-like environment.
Ages 5-12
June-August
7:30 am-5:30 pm
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$125/wk
Beatrice Kuhn
919-859-0041
[email protected]
Precious Childrens Depot, Inc.-Summer Camp
801 Mack Todd Rd., Zebulon, NC
Daycare and summer camp. Before- and after-school and track-out.
Ages 6 wks-12 yrs
June-August
6:30 am-6:00 pm
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Kristy Bakke
919-269-6249
[email protected]
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Primrose School at the Park
131 Lattner Ct., Morrisville, NC • www.primroseatthepark.com
Our summer camp program offers a wonderful variety of activities for all ages, including hands-on experiences provided by on-site special vendors.
Other
Ages 12 wks-5 yrs
June-July
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Call for prices
Leslie Moore
919-468-8880
[email protected]
Primrose School of Cary-Summer Camp
1500 Evans Rd., Cary, NC • www.primroseofcary.com
Our summer camp program offers a wonderful variety of activities.
Other
Ages 12 wks-5 yrs
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Call for prices
Jen Semoni
919-481-3901
[email protected]
Primrose School of Hilburn-Summer Camp
6941 Hilburn Dr., Raleigh, NC • www.primrosehilburn.com
Balanced Learning program, brought to life by our passionate, committed and caring staff. Provides children
with the right foundation to build active minds, healthy bodies and happy hearts.
Other
Ages 6 wks-6 yrs
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Call for prices
Sunny Davis or Sonia
Stauffeneker
919-783-8222
[email protected]
Ages 6 wks-6 yrs
June-August
7:00 pm-6:00 pm
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$232/wk
Monica Andrade
919-677-7114
[email protected]com
Spanish for Fun! Cary
100 Endeavor Way, Cary, NC • www.spanishforfun.com
Our Spanish Immersion Summer Camp open to children 6 weeks to 6 years old gives your child the opportunity to do many different activities in a full Spanish immersion program.
SUMMER STARTS HERE!
Summer days full of
laughter, learning, and play
—it’s what we’re all about.
With camps for arts, sports,
nature, music, science,
drama, history and more,
we’ve got you covered.
REGISTER NOW FOR
SUMMER CAMPS
www.townofcary.org | (919) 469-4091
Summer Options 2014
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
The Clubhouse @ Bright Horizons
2500 Highstone Rd., Cary, NC • www.brighthorizons.com/clubhouse
The Clubhouse offers early preschool (2 yrs), preschool, kindergarten prep, track-out & summer camp, afterschool & school's out days. Ammenities include gymnasium, art studio, water playground, gardens & much
more!
Other
Ages 2-14
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Robin Sarine
919-380-2003
[email protected]
The Goddard School of Cary-Summer Camp
1177 NW Maynard Rd., Cary, NC • www.goddardschools.com
Imaginary field trips each week to visit different countries of the world. Learn about their location, history,
people, culture and food.
Other
Ages 6 wks-6 yrs
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Call for prices
Stephanie Tarrats
919-466-0008
[email protected]
Wake Forest Kids R Kids-Summer Camp
1941 Heritage Branch Rd., Wake Forest, NC • www.wakeforestkidsrkids.com
Every day is a new and different field trip designed to enhance the activities of the week.
Adventure
Rising grades 1-5
June-August
6:30 am-6:30 pm
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$190/wk
Janine Russell Andreasen
919-453-2543
[email protected]
The Raleigh School of Ballet
3921 Beryl Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.raleighballet.com
Fun, creative workshops for children. Intensive study programs for more advanced dancers. After-school
classes available.
Creative Arts
Ages 4 and up
June-August
Check website
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Call for prices
Susan Galdy
919-834-9261
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Applause! Youth Theatre
101 Dry Ave., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Offering summer camp programs in acting, creative drama, puppetry, clowning, stage makeup, technical
theatre, musical theatre, performance and more!
Creative Arts
Ages 4-18
June-August
Check website
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Rachel Baranski
919-465-4792
[email protected]
Triangle Aquatic Center-TITANS Swim Academy
275 Convention Dr., Cary, NC • triangleaquatics.org
TITANS Swim Academy prepares kids for joining swim team and teaches crucial life saving skills.
Life Skills
Ages 4-13
May 5-August 28
4:00 pm-8:00 pm
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$84-$96
TJ Roebock
919-459-4045
[email protected]
wake Child care
Wake/Johnston County
wake classes
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iDTech.com
1-888-709-TECH (8324)
Tech Camps held at
UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State,
Princeton, and 80+ Universities
Ages 7-18
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Adventure, CreAges 5-14
ative Arts, Science/
Math, Life Skill and
Other
June 9-August 22
7:30 am-5:30 pm
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$125/wk
Linda Barrow
336-227-1118
[email protected]
Adventure
Ages 6-11
June 8-August 15
9:00 am-4:00 pm
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$225/wk
Caitlyn Larson
252-726-4848
[email protected]
Adventure
Ages 5-17
June 16-August 22
8:15 am-5:30 pm
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$259-$319
Jamie Dinan
919-477-2116
[email protected]
schoolhouseofwonder.org
Ages 3-14
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Dustin Williams
919-773-3621
[email protected]
org
Grades K-9
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Eric Doll
919-777-9622
[email protected]
alamance day campS
McCauley Family Learning Center-Creative Kidz Arts & Academic Summer Camp
441 S. Spring St., Burlington, NC • www.mccauleyfamilylearningcenter.com
Our program provides a safe & stimulating environment for campers. Each themed week includes arts &
crafts, science, fun activities, 5 hours of tutoring each week and more!
Wake/Johnston County
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
carteret day campS
Camp Albemarle
156 Albemarle Dr., Newport, NC • www.campalbemarle.org
Offering faith-based programs for all. Come sail on Bogue Sound or take on the challenge of our adventure
program. Creating opportunities to learn & grow since 1953.
durham day camps
Schoolhouse of Wonder
5101-B N. Roxboro Rd., Durham, NC • www.schoolhouseofwonder.org
Week-long day camps based at the West Point on the Eno Park and William B. Umstead NC State Park.
Johnston County YMCA-Summer Day Camps
951 Heather Park Dr., Ste. 101, Garner, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Offers a wide selection of summer day camps, including Kindercamp, sports camp, theme camps and teen
camps. Full-day and half-day options.
lee day campS
Lee County YMCA-Summer Day Camps
860 Spring Ln., Sanford, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
A variety of themes makes each week unique. Swimming, games, crafts, assemblies and more. Teen Camp has
field trips and service projects.
Young and Teen Writers’ Workshops
A
non-residential
summer
camp
to help young people develop and
explore their creative writing talents in
fiction, creative nonfiction, dramatic
writing, and poetry. Small classes.
A community of readers and writers.
A dedicated faculty of working authors.
Applications now open for Summer 2014.
Deadline: June 2.
Young Writers’ Workshop (rising 4th - 8th graders) July 7-18
Teen Writers’ Workshop (rising 9th graders - incoming college
freshmen) July 21-Aug. 1
Workshops will meet each weekday afternoon.
Sponsored by the Department of English and College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Visit our website for more information: go.ncsu.edu/youngwriters
RAVENSCROFT SUMMER CAMPS ~ JUNE 16–AUGUST 8
~ A caring, safe, and supportive environment with over
70 academic, enrichment, arts, and athletic programs
~ Half-day and full-day programs for grades K to 12
ONLINE REGISTRATION BEGINS FEBRUARY 17
WWW.RAVENSCROFT.ORG/SUMMER OR 919.861.2122
7409 Falls of Neuse Road | Raleigh, NC 27615 | 919.847.0900
Summer Options 2014
johnston day campS
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Summer Options 2014
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Sports
Ages 7-15
July 13-18
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$499-$799
Bob Prout
336-315-7044
[email protected]
Chestnut Ridge Camp and Retreat Center-Day Camp
4300 Camp Chestnut Ridge Rd., Efland, NC • www.campchestnutridge.org
ACA accredited. Day/overnight camps. Campers enjoy horseback riding, canoeing, ropes course, zipline,
archery, swimming, off-site adventure trips.
Wilderness
Ages 3-15
June 16-August 22
7:30 am-5:45 pm
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$285
Stacey Young
919-304-2178
[email protected]
New Hope Camp & Conference Center
4805 NC Hwy 86, Chapel Hill, NC • www.newhopeccc.org
Campers can hike on trails, make pottery, do crafts, sports, bible stories & more! Swim lessons are offered &
more! Archery is open to rising grades 3-9. Residential option is available.
Adventure,
Creative Arts
Rising grades K-9
June 16-August 8
7:30 am-6:00 pm
‘Y—
Varies
Richard Stevens
919-942-4716
[email protected]
A.E. Finley YMCA-Camp GRACE
9216 Baileywick Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Half-day camp for children with Autism and other special needs. Offering art, games, swimming, horse and
dog therapy and sensory activities.
Ages 5-15
June-August
9:00 am-2:30 pm
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Mike Hubbell
919-848-9622
[email protected]
A.E. Finley YMCA-Finley Day Camp Inclusion
9216 Baileywick Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Finley day camp has a limited number of inclusion aides available to provide children with developmental
disabilities the same camp experience as their typical peers.
Rising grades K-8
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Mike Hubbell
919-848-9622
[email protected]
A.E. Finley YMCA-Summer Day Camps
9216 Baileywick Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Wide selection of summer day camps including Kindercamp, sports camp, theme camp and teen camp. Fullday and half-day options are available.
Ages 3-15
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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Mike Hubbell
919-848-9622
[email protected]
guilford day camps
UNCG-Division of Continuing Learning-All-Arts, Science & Technology Camp
915 Northridge St., Greensboro, NC • allarts.uncg.edu
Designed to give in-depth, hands-on instruction in the arts, sciences, and technology, the camp also includes
recreation, citizenship, and multi-cultural entertainment.
orange day camps
Wake/Johnston County
wake day camps
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Summer Camp
Spark imagination and
creativity with extraordinary
adventures in play all
summer long. Half-day or full-day
sessions with easy drop-off.
Register Today!
Pre-K to Grade12
Reading
Writing
Math
Grammar
Study Skills
Homework
ACT/ SAT Prep
Learning doesn’t stop just
because school is out
Brains need stimulation all year long.
Over the summer, kids can lose academic
ground. Oxford Learning programs stimulate
kids’ brains all summer which mean better
grades in the fall. A summer at
Oxford Learning is all it takes.
Call today or
visit oxfordlearning.com
imag
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iscover • learn
919.462.3330
1229 NW Maynard Rd., Cary, NC
(Next to Brigs Restaurant)
[email protected]
For more information visit
www.MarblesKidsMuseum.org/SummerCamps
or call 919.857.1040
Imagine · Discover · Learn at Marbles, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
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Summer
Reading and
Math Camps
Specialization
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Ages 3-5
June-August
8:30 am-12:30 pm
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Becky Ross
919-582-2295
[email protected]
Rising grades 1-5
June-August
7:30 am-6:00 pm
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Check website
Eric Whitfield
919-582-2240
[email protected]
Alexander Family YMCA-Summer Camp
1603 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Full- and half-day options with a variety of themes. Sports, games, swimming, archery, crafts and more.
Ages 5-15
June-August
Check website
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Dan Werdel
919-582-2247
[email protected]
Life Skills
Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education-Healthy Habits Camp
224 Sunnybrook Rd. , Raleigh, NC • www.poehealth.org
Over the course of one week, campers will learn about the importance of proper nutrition and regular physical
activity-while having FUN! Camp is free for DSS eligible families.
Rising grades 1-5
June 23-27 and July
14-18
8:30 am-4:30 pm
‘—
Free for eligible Maggie Perkins
families
919-231-4006
[email protected]
Arts Together
114 Saint Mary's St., Raleigh, NC • www.artstogether.org
Offers unique summer camps each week in art, dance & drama. Combines artistic disciplines together with
academic topics.
Creative Arts
Ages 3-12
June 16-August 8
9:00 am-4:30 pm
&
Call for prices
Brenda Howe
919-828-1713
[email protected]
Artspace Summer Arts Program
201 E. Davie St., Raleigh, NC • www.artspacenc.org
Offering intensive, yet fun, project-oriented classes. A unique opportunity for students to work directly with
professional artists & gain quality experience through hands-on activities.
Creative Arts
Rising grades
3-adult
June 16-August 15
8:30 am-4:00 pm or
5:30 pm
&
Call for prices
Shana Dumont Garr
919-821-2787
[email protected]
Babes & Kids Creative Learning-Track Out Program & Summer Camp
4309 Ten-Ten Rd., Apex, NC • www.babesandkidspreschool.com
Low ratios, degreed teachers, great field trips and weekly cooking and science experiences.
Adventure
Ages 5-12
June-August
6:30 am-6:00 pm
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$160/wk
Teresa Byrd
919-362-0052
[email protected]
Alexander Family YMCA-Kindercamp
1603 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Half-day camp for pre-schoolers with a wide variety of activities, art, music, movement, swimming
and games.
Sports
City Ballet
Summer Workshops & Camps
“WHERE OUR KIDS
LOVE TO LEARN”
Photo by Chris Walt
Alexander Family YMCA-Sports Camp
1603 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Full-day sports camp for rising 1st through rising 5th grades. Sports offered include basketball, soccer, flag
football, baseball and more!
IQ Kids Academy is a Family Owned and
Operated Child Care Center that offers:
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Peachtree Market | 7440-17 Six Forks Rd, Raleigh | 919-844-9799
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Full Time Care for Children Ages 6 Weeks to 12 Years
Age Appropriate Learning Activities
Low Staff/Child Ratios
Nurturing Staff/Child Interactions
Nutritious Meals and Snacks
Before and After School Care
Track Out
Summer Camp
We are currently accepting applications for all programs. We also
accept subsidy for both Harnett and Wake County. Ask about our
specials and remember to enter for a drawing of one week of free
child care!!
2204 N. Main St, Fuquay-Varina
(919) 586-7155 • Mon-Fri 6 am - 6 pm
Summer Options 2014
Ages
wake day camps
Wake/Johnston County
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
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Summer Options 2014
What do these symbols mean? Que significan estos símbolos?
To assist you in identifying programs that offer special options, the following symbols are used. Para asistirle en localizar programas que ofrecen opciones especiales, los símbolos siguientes han sido agregados.
Trained Staff to work with Child with Special Needs
Provides Scholarships/Financial Assistance Provee Becas / Asistencia Financiera
Personal entrenado para trabajar con Niños con Necesidades Especiales
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A Accepts Child Care Subsidies/Vouchers Acepta Subsidios / Vouchers para Cuidado Infantil
Provides Transportation Provee Transporte
by the N.C. Division of Child Development & Early Education with 3 stars or higher
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— Provides Services in Spanish Provee Servicios en Español
Licencia de la N.C. División de Desarrollo del Niño con 3 estrellas o más
Track-Out/Intersession Care (Meets the needs of the year-round school calendar.)
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Provee cuidado para días libres entre sesiones (Track-Out/Intercesión) (Este programa
/campamento satisface las necesidades del calendario escolar de ciclo continuo.)
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Other
Ages 6 wks-10 yrs
June-August
9:30 am-1:30 pm
Ages 5-12
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
Special Options Fees
Contact
wake day camps
Wake/Johnston County
Bay Leaf Baptist Church-Bay Leaf Summer Camp
1220 Bayleaf Church Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.bayleaf.org
Kids are able to enjoy fun weeks of Bible stories, crafts, music, recreation and special activities like waterslides.
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Bright Horizons at Apex-X-Treme Summer Camp
2051 Shepherd's Vineyard Dr., Apex, NC • www.brighthorizons.com/apex
An educational program that includes fun with games, crafts, theater, sports, field trips & computers. Trained
counselors in a small group setting with full- and part-time options.
Bright Horizons at Raleigh Corporate Center-Camp Explorations
800 Corporate Center Dr., Raleigh, NC • www.brighthorizons.com/rcc
Summer camp program with low student/teacher ratios, interest-based activities, field trips and projects.
Adventure
Ages 5-12
June 10-August 22
7:00 am-6:00 pm
Carolina Center for Educational Excellence-Techsplorers
14460 Falls of Neuse Rd., Ste. 149-141, Raleigh, NC • www.techsplorers.com
Engineering summer camps and weekend workshops for students grades 2 through 12. Exciting hands-on
activities! Take apart lawn mower engines, build electronic circuits, robots, etc.
Science/Math
Ages 7-17
June-August
7:30 am-5:30 pm
Call for prices
Eva Mathers
919-847-4477
[email protected]
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Call for prices
Jennifer Murphy
919-363-4556
[email protected]
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Call for prices
Shawna Daniels-Ash
919-852-0509
[email protected]
Check website
Rodger Dalton
919-901-1197
[email protected]
NCCU is MAKE
the SMAR
SMART
T
CHOICE
for
Summer
School
A PLAN “TO DO MORE TO MAKE IT IN FOUR”
NCCU Summer School Benefits:
• Incoming freshmen and transfer students learn their way
around campus and get a head start on university credits.
• Working adults gain valuable experience to enhance their careers.
• Students can earn credit in 10 weeks, or take five-week sessions
to save time for a summer job or vacation.
• Smaller classes enhance the learning experience and offer more
direct access to instructors.
• Summer school students save money by paying less for classes
and gaining needed credits for early graduation.
• Local residents can spend the summer at home and transfer
NCCU credits back to their primary institution in another region.
THREE SESSIONS OFFERED: First Session May 19-June 25
Second Session June 30-Aug. 7 / Dual Session May 19-Aug. 7
For more info, call 919-530-6349 or visit www.nccu.edu/academics/summer
NCCU Summer 2014 Camps, Programs and Academies Snapshot
CAMP / PROGRAM / ACADEMY
DATES
AGE GROUP
FEE
CONTACT
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Little Eagles Basketball Camp
June 9-12
Ages 3-6 (boys)
$35
919-530-6012
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Vanessa A. Taylor Team Camp
June 14-15
Ages 11-18
$310
919-530-7052
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Men’s Basketball Day Camp
June 16-19
Ages 7-17
$160
919-530-6012
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Summer Youth Business
June 16-27
Grades 10-11
Refundable
919-530-6458
& Entrepreneurship Academy
$100 deposit
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Boys’ Basketball Team Challenge
June 20-21
Ages 3-6
$200
919-530-6012
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Legal Eagle Law Camp @ NCCU Law School June 23-27
Ages 7-10
$120
919-530-7166
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Eagle Excellence Digital Youth Camp
Session I: June 23-27 Grades 5-8
$310 per week
919-530-7287
@ NCCU School of Education
Session II: July 7-11
Session III: July 14-18
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------College Prep YOUniversity Camp
June 24-27 and
Grades 10-12
$335 per week
919-475-3503
by A+ Test Prep & Academic Services
July 14-18
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Student Athlete Leadership Academy
July 3-4
Grades 6-9
$110
[email protected]
@ NCCU School of Education
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Track and Field Camp
July 17
Ages 13-18
$60
919-530-6012
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Men’s Basketball Elite Skills Camp
August 2
Ages 9-12
$40
919-530-6012
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Visit www.nccu.edu/academics/summer/youth.cfm or [email protected] for our full listing of camps
Office of Camps, Programs,
Academies and Outreach Division
of Extended Studies
Summer Options 2014
Wake/Johnston County
Wake/Johnston County
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Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Adventure,
Cary Academy Summer Quest
Technology
1500 N. Harrison Ave., Cary, NC • www.caryacademy.org/auxiliary
Camps specialize in various program areas including science, technology, visual and creative arts, culinary arts,
sports, world languages and more. Full- and half-day camps are available.
Rising grades 2-12
June 16-July 25
9:00 am-4:00 pm
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$180-$360
Sheila Rademacher
919-677-7839
[email protected]
Cary Family YMCA
101 YMCA Dr., Cary, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
A great way to spend the summer! Our camps are filled with fun, friends & counselors who provide an
atmosphere of safety, spirit & positive role models. Full- and half-day options available.
Ages 2.5-14
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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John Collins
919-469-9622
[email protected]
Check website
Wendy Harrington
919-753-5111
[email protected]
com
$225/wk
Pam Baroody
919-847-3120
[email protected]
wake day camps
Challenge Island
Holly Springs, Cary & Apex locations, , NC • challenge-island.com/NorthCarolina-Cary-Apex
Campers have non-stop fun as they imagine, design, build & refine awesome projects (rockets, roller coasters,
catapults, more). Every action-packed session boosts problem-solving & teamwork skills.
Science/Math
Grades K-7
June-August
Half and full-day
Chesterbrook Academy North Raleigh-CBA Summer Camp
10200 Strickland Rd., Raleigh, NC • northraleigh.chesterbrookacademy.com
Well rounded summer fun! Swimming at on-site pool; gymnasium; playgrounds and nature trail; art projects;
team challenges; outdoor amphitheatre; special guests and fieldtrips; new friendships!
Adventure
Ages 3-11
June 12-August 15
8:30 am-4:30 pm or
7:00 am-6:00 pm
City Ballet Summer Dance
7440-17 Six Forks Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.city-ballet.com
Each weekly camp has a fun, exciting theme to get your child moving & having fun. Quality dance instruction
is provided by trained dance professionals.
Creative Arts
Ages 3 and up
June-August
9:00 am-1:00 pm;
1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Country Sunshine Children's Center-Summer Camp
5501 Avent Ferry Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.country-sunshine.org
Day camp with a balance of indoor and outdoor activities. Field trips three times per week including swimming & fun. Meals provided.
Adventure
Grades K-5
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
Dance Attitude
8471 Garvey Dr., #109, Durham, NC • www.dance-attitude.com
Learn different dance styles; includes arts and crafts for the campers.
Creative Arts
Ages 5 and up
July
9:00 am-12:00 pm
1:00 pm-4:00 pm
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$175
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919-844-9799
[email protected]
$190/wk
Jan Edmonds
919-859-2828
[email protected]
Check website
Kathy Davis
919-793-0164
[email protected]
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Dead Broke Horse Farm
6921 Wildlife Trail, Raleigh, NC • www.deadbrokehorsefarm.com
Western style riding lessons, trail rides twice daily, horse care, wagon rides, video games, jungle gym, merrygo-round, clubhouse and farm animals.
Other
Ages 5 and up
April 1-November 1
7:30 am-6:00 pm
q
$350/wk
Carla Carlough
919-596-8975
[email protected]
Developmental Therapy Associates, Inc-Creative Expressions & Social Connections
875 Walnut St., Ste. 100, Cary, NC • www.developmentaltherapy.com
A small group program that encourages children to develop connections with peers through play, forming &
sharing ideas, planning & executing sensory motor activities & creative fine-motor projects.
Life Skills
Ages 3-12
June-July
9:00 am-12:00 pm
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Check website
Evelyn Bonano
919-465-3966
[email protected]
com
Discover Arts Academy
125 Bright Beginning Way., Cary, NC • www.discoverartsacademy.com
Two unique week-long Fine Arts camps in one! The first camp focuses on Visual Arts; the other, Discover Arts.
The camps alternate weeks throughout the year featuring an original theme every week!
Creative Arts
Ages 6-12
June-August
9:00 am-3:00 pm
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$240/wk
Linwood Herndon
919-249-4046
[email protected]
Durant Road Musical Theatre Summer Camp
8471 Garvey Dr., #111, Raleigh, NC • www.MyDRMT.com
Two-week program with performances on last two days for friends and family.
Creative Arts
Ages 8-18
Check website
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Dean Rollins
919-844-3228
[email protected]
eNeRGY Kidz & North Raleigh Gymnastics
5400 Atlantic Springs Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.tumblewithus.com
Gymnastics, dance and cheer camps available. eNeRGy Kidz is "Where fun & Fitness Begins".
Sports
Ages 3-12
Weekly starting
June 9
Check website
Check website
Scott Davis
919-790-9400
[email protected]
Girls ages 7-17
June-August
Check website
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Deanna Welker
800-284-4475 3306
[email protected]
Ages 3-6
June-August
9:00 am-1:30 pm
—
$100/wk +$25 Jennifer Pendergraft
registration fee 919-362-9355 32
[email protected]
Girl Scouts NC Coastal Pines-Summer Day Camp
6901 Pinecrest Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.nccoastalpines.org
Girl Scout day camps offered throughout Central and Eastern NC, gives girls the opportunity to explore activities such as science, crafts, the outdoors, drama, sports & games.
Grace Church Preschool Summer Camp
3725 Kildaire Farm Rd., Cary, NC • www.gracechurchschool.com
Preschool summer camp with fun weekly themes. Arts and crafts and games daily.
Other
Summer Options 2014
Specialization
wake day camps
Wake/Johnston County
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
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CROOKED CREEK GOLF CLUB
2014 JUNIOR GOLF CAMPS
1 Hour North of the
Triangle in Granville County
Come to play, come to learn! • Girls & Boys 7-16
Sessions: June 10-12, July 15-17
Day 1: Rules and golf etiquette, golf swing
evaluation, putting, chipping, full swing
July 29-31, August 19-21
Time:
Cost:
8:30 am - noon
$135.00, 3 day session
includes lunch daily
Day 2: Putting, chipping, full swing
Day 3: Overall review, course play
4621 Shady Greens Dr., Fuquay-Varina
For more info: WWW.PLAYCROOKEDCREEK.COM • (919) 557-PLAY(7529)
JOIN THE FUN AT
CAMP OAK HILL!
Overnight Christian Summer Camp
for Boys & Girls
www.campoakhill.org
(919) 782-2888
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Summer Options 2014
Wake/Johnston County
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Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Gypsy Divers-Summer Swim Camp
3651 Bastion Ln., Raleigh, NC • www.gypsydivers.com
Swim lessons, open swim, snorkeling, intro to first-aid, water sports and games, and arts and crafts.
Other
Ages 6-12
June-August
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Happy Face Preschool-Summer Camp
5010 Fort Sumter Rd., Raleigh, NC •
Our summer camp is designed to offer summer fun through an educational program for children during their
summer vacation from school.
Creative Arts
Ages 5-13
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
Adventure
Hemlock Bluffs/Stevens Nature Center-Discovery Days
2616 Kildaire Farm Rd., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Children will nurture their interest in nature while developing their science process skills and understanding of
nature through hikes, activities and projects.
Ages 5-12
Hemlock Bluffs/Stevens Nature Center-Eco-Adventure Camps
2616 Kildaire Farm Rd., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Fun and exciting camps are packed with outdoor adventures as well as indoor activities and projects.
Adventure
Hemlock Bluffs/Stevens Nature Center-Eco-Adventure Camps
2616 Kildaire Farm Rd., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Fun and exciting camps are packed with outdoor adventures as well as indoor activities and projects.
Hemlock Bluffs/Stevens Nature Center-Nature Nymphs
2616 Kildaire Farm Rd., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Preschoolers will be excited about learning in nature as they develop new skills through hikes in the woods,
crafts and indoor activities.
Special Options Fees
Contact
wake day camps
$295
Judy
919-255-1931
[email protected]
‘—˜
$400/mo
Joyce Robinson and Coprecia
Robinson
919-233-8081
[email protected]
June-August
3 hours/day
&
$54 residents;
$68 nonresidents
Mark Johns
919-387-5980
[email protected]
Ages 5-6
June-August
3 hours/day
&
$76 residents;
$96 nonresidents
Mark Johns
919-387-5980
[email protected]
Adventure
Ages 7-10
June-August
3 hours/day
&
$76 residents;
$96 nonresidents
Mark Johns
919-387-5980
[email protected]
Adventure
Ages 4-5
June-August
10:00 am-12:30 pm
&
$68 residents;
$88 nonresidents
Mark Johns
919-387-5980
[email protected]
What Better Way To Spend A Week
THAN IN THE SKY!
SKYCAMP
The Summer Camp that combines healthy exercise with awesome fun!
ACTIVITIES:
• Open Trampoline Jumping on the Sky Zone Courts!
• Games, Activities and Crafts
• Ultimate Dodgeball and age-appropriate SkyFitness
• Daily snack and beverages provided
AGES:
DATES:
FEE:
Half-day, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
June 15-19 • June 22-26
July 7-11
6-12 years old
$200/week, $40/day – Sibling discount
available. Year-round/track-out offered
Sky Zone Raleigh Indoor
Trampoline Park
2101 Westinghouse Blvd.
Raleigh, NC 27604
919-948-4450
www.skyzone.com
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Hemlock Bluffs/Stevens Nature Center-Young Ecologists
2616 Kildaire Farm Rd., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Participants will learn about the environment through field investigations, projects or activities to reinforce a
specific nature topic.
Adventure
Ages 8-13
June-August
3 hours/day
&
$76 residents;
$96 nonresidents
Mark Johns
919-387-5980
[email protected]
iD Tech Camps @ North Carolina State University
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC • www.iDTech.com
Weeklong, day and overnight programs where ages 7-17 develop apps, program in C++ and Java, design
video games, produce films, build robots, create websites, and more. Also 2-week, teen-only programs.
Technology
Ages 7-17
June-August
Check website
>
Check website
Program Advisor
888-709-8324
[email protected]
IMACS of NC
10224 Baileywick Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.imacs.org
Full-day camps and individual classes for students. Logic puzzles, electronics, computer programming and
virtual robotics. Locations in Raleigh, Cary and Chapel Hill.
Technology
Ages 6-13
June-August
Varies
Call for prices
Laura Faucette
919-786-0246
[email protected]
Jellybeans Summer Camp
10701 Common Oaks Dr., Raleigh, NC • www.skate2jellybeans.com
Jellybeans Summer Camp offers a fun and safe environment, arts and crafts, games, off-site field trips, and
lots of roller skating. Daily and weekly options are available.
Other
Ages 5-11
June-August
7:30 am-6:00 pm
$175/wk or
$35/day
Phillip Stewart
919-562-2326
[email protected]
Sports
Jellycamps
1120 Buck Jones Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.skatejellybeans.com
Jellycamps provides a safe, fun camp where we maximize your child's summer activities. 6-8 weekly field trips
& roller skating. Trained counselors will keep your child safe and entertained.
Grades K-5
June 16-August 22
7:45 am-6:00 pm
Call for prices
Kelly Farley
919-467-5283
Life Skills, Sports
Jinho Martial Arts Academy-Taekwondo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Summer Camp
12267 Capital Blvd., Wake Forest, NC • www.tkdbjj.com
Leadership training, field trips, character development, exciting exercises, discipline and self defense. It will be
an unforgettable summer!
Ages 4-12
June-August
7:30 am-3:00 pm
$159/wk
Jinho Kim
919-569-0333
[email protected]
wake day camps
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Register online for amazing science camps
in the heart of RTP.
Dinosaurs, LEGOs, rockets, “magic” potions and more — Morehead
Summer Science Camps offer programs that will fascinate your child.
Fun is in
our nature
at YMCa Camp Kanata
Half- and full-day options, with extended care available. Details here:
moreheadplanetarium.org/go/camp
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spend a week. or more!
Wake Forest, NC • 919-556-2661
www.CampKanata.org
A branch of YMCA of the Triangle
Summer Options 2014
Specialization
Wake/Johnston County
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
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Summer Options 2014
Wake/Johnston County
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Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Ages 2-16
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
q&
Check website
Kim Keith
919-562-9622
[email protected]
wake day camps
Kerr Family YMCA-Summer Day Camps
2500 Wakefield Pines Dr., Raleigh, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Preschool, sports, traditional and specialty camps. Full- and half-day options available.
Kids R Kids Academy of Cary-Summer Camp
150 Towne Village Dr., Cary, NC • www.kidsrkidscary.com
Join us at Kids R Kids Clubhouse summer camp for an unforgettable summer experience. Awesome field trips
including skating, movies, laser tag, putt putt, museums, on-site water park & more.
Adventure
Ages 5-12
June-August
7:00 am-6:30 pm
‘q&˜
Call for prices
Michele Randone
919-467-1112
[email protected]
Kids R Kids Academy of Morrisville
6010 McCrimmon Pkwy., Morrisville, NC • www.kidsrkidsmorrisville.com
Join us at Kids R Kids Clubhouse summer camp for an unforgettable summer experience. Awesome field trips
including skating, movies, laser tag, putt putt, museums, on-site water park & more.
Adventure
Ages 5-12
June-August
7:00 am-6:30 pm
‘q&˜
Call for prices
Bobbi Mofield
919-460-1500
[email protected]
Kids R Kids West Cary-Summer Camp
7580 Carpenter Fire Station Rd., Cary, NC • www.kidsrkidswestcary.com
Fun-filled adventure and educational program with daily field trips to museums, parks, sports, science, art, &
more. All meals are provided in our cafe. On-site water park
Creative Arts
Ages 5-12
June-September
7:00 am-6:30 pm
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$189/wk
Carly Corbisiero
919-461-2202
[email protected]
Kraft Family YMCA
8921 Holly Springs Rd., Apex, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Sports, recreational games, swimming, arts & crafts, theme week, skill development and more.
Ages 5-15
June-August
Check website
&
Check website
Marco Ramirez
919-657-9622
[email protected]
Kraft Family YMCA-Camp GRACE
8921 Holly Springs Rd., Apex, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Half-day camp for children with Autism and other special needs. Offering art, games, swimming, sensory
activities and more.
Ages 5-15
June-August
9:00 am-2:30 pm
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Check website
Marco Ramirez
919-657-9622
[email protected]
Grades K-5
June-August
7:30 am-6:00 pm
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Jung Ho Lee
919-846-1234
[email protected]
Lee Brothers Tae Kwon Do-Kickin' Kids Trackout/Summer Camp
8604 Falls of Neuse Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.leebrothers.com
Tae Kwon Do lessons and weekly themes.
Sports
Garner Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Avery
AveryStreet
Street
Recreation
Center
Recreation
Center
2014
TENNIS & SPORTS
CAMPS
Camp is held June 11- August 22
Camp is held June 11- August 2
7:30am - 6pm
7:30am - 6pm
$82 Resident
$82 Resident
$108 Non-Resident
$108 Non-Resident
Maximum: 60 children
Maximum: 60 children
11 Summer Camp Sessions
June 11—August 22
Weeklong, Full & Half Day; Ages 6-14
‘Spring Break’ Camp — March 31 to April 4
3 One-Day Spring Teacher-Workday Camps
Non-members welcome at all camps
Call Jay White, Head Pro (919) 828-3465
Summer Half-day Golf Camps - Call (919) 828-0308
See: WWW.NCSUTENNIS.COM/CAMPS.HTML
$25 deposit per week
to reserve your spot
Please contact us at 919.662.5051 or visit GarnerNC.gov for more information.
To assist you in identifying programs that offer special options, the following symbols are used. Para asistirle en localizar programas que ofrecen opciones especiales, los símbolos siguientes han sido agregados.
Trained Staff to work with Child with Special Needs
Provides Scholarships/Financial Assistance Provee Becas / Asistencia Financiera
Personal entrenado para trabajar con Niños con Necesidades Especiales
Y
‘
A Accepts Child Care Subsidies/Vouchers Acepta Subsidios / Vouchers para Cuidado Infantil
Provides Transportation Provee Transporte
by the N.C. Division of Child Development & Early Education with 3 stars or higher
Licensed
˜
— Provides Services in Spanish Provee Servicios en Español
Licencia de la N.C. División de Desarrollo del Niño con 3 estrellas o más
Track-Out/Intersession Care (Meets the needs of the year-round school calendar.)
q Provides
A Accredited by the American Camp Association American Camp Association
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Provee cuidado para días libres entre sesiones (Track-Out/Intercesión) (Este programa
/campamento satisface las necesidades del calendario escolar de ciclo continuo.)
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Wake/Johnston County
What do these symbols mean? Que significan estos símbolos?
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
MacNair's Country Acres-Camp Cheval
2721 Dover Farm Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.macnairscountryacres.com
Camp Cheval offers full- & half-day camps. Camps are designed to provide campers with a safe, fun & educational riding experience for those new to horses as well as the accomplished rider.
Sports
Ages 6-16
June-August
9:00 am-1:00 pm
q
Call for prices
Debra Emmons
919-851-1118
[email protected]
Marbles Kids Museum
201 E. Hargett St., Raleigh, NC • www.marbleskidsmuseum.org/summercamps
Experience the best of Marbles Kids Museum all summer with hands-on activities, museum discovery, IMAX
films, and classroom-based learning opportunities. Half- & full-day options available.
Other
Ages 3-12
June 9-August 29
9:00 am-4:30 pm
&—
$125-$280
Libby Connor
919-857-1040
[email protected]
Mariposa School-Social Butterflies
203 Gregson Dr., Cary, NC • www.mariposaschool.org
Our program is aimed at teaching children with Autism and other related disabilities, how to appropriately
engage and interact with other children their age. We make every effort to incorporate typical (non-disabled)
peers into our groups.
Other
Ages 3-16
July-August
9:00 am-4:00 pm
Y
$300-$550
Meredith Bray
919-461-0600
[email protected]
wake day camps
Where teens can explore interests
and “try a career on for size!”
Biotech · Game Design · Robotics · Web Design
Drama · Photoshop · Public Safety Careers and more!
919-866-5820
summercamps.waketech.edu
Summer Options 2014
2014 WAKE TECH SUMMER CAMPS
17
Summer Options 2014
Wake/Johnston County
18
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Master Ray's Camp Awesome 2014
1207 N. Smithfield Rd., Knightdale, NC • www.ismartforlife.com
We specialize in a natural emergence method of instruction; each pupil is prescribed an individual curriculum,
which is constructed according to their needs, weaknesses, and strengths.
Life Skills
Ages 5-15
June 30-July 4
8:00 am-4:00 pm or
7:30 am-5:30 pm
Y—
Meredith College-Beginners' Piano Camp
3800 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.meredith.edu/communityschoolofmusic
Camp will introduce beginners to rhythm, keyboard awareness, staff reading, and writing and aural skills.
Small groups of 8-9 students.
Creative Arts
Rising grades 1-3
Meredith College-High School Theory Camp
3800 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.meredith.edu/communityschoolofmusic
This camp will give students a sample of basic college music theory. Prior music-reading ability is necessary.
Limited to 15 students.
Creative Arts
Meredith College-Intensive Piano Camp
3800 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.meredith.edu/communityschoolofmusic
For dedicated students at the intermediate to advanced levels. Lessons in solo and ensemble repertoire,
classes in theory, technique, memory and musical analysis.
Contact
wake day camps
$99-$199
Leah Fleischhauer
919-266-1290
[email protected]
July 21-25
9:00 am-11:00 am
$115
Tom Lohr
919-760-8378
[email protected]
Grades 10-12
July 21-25
1:00 pm-4:00 pm
$130
Tom Lohr
919-760-8378
[email protected]
Creative Arts
Ages 10-18
June 16-22
M-F 9:00 am-5:00
pm; Sat. 1:00 pm4:00 pm; Sun. 3:00
pm-4:00 pm
$365
Tom Lohr
919-760-8378
[email protected]
Meredith College-Middle School Composition Camp
3800 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.meredith.edu/communityschoolofmusic
For both experienced and beginning composition students. We will work to unlock some secrets of the
composer's thought processes.
Creative Arts
Rising grades 7-9
June 23-27
9:00 am-12:00 pm
$115
Tom Lohr
919-760-8378
[email protected]
Meredith College-Piano Camp
3800 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.meredith.edu/communityschoolofmusic
A two-week camp for students with prior piano experience. Small groups determined by age and skill level.
Final recital of ensemble music.
Creative Arts
Ages 6-14
July 7-18
9:00 am-1:00 pm
$255
Tom Lohr
919-760-8378
[email protected]
Millbrook Baptist Preschool
1519 E. Millbrook Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.millbrookbaptist.preschool.org
Our camp is a fun, educational program. No camp the week of July 4.
Other
Ages 1-5
June 2-August 15
9:00 am-1:00 pm
$120-$160
Suzanne Holleman
919-876-4030
[email protected]
millbrookbaptistchurch.org
NBS Gym-Sports and Active History Camps
3701 Neil St., Raleigh, NC • www.nbsgym.com
Sports and history collide in our active learning environment camps. Teaching through a series of games and
drills keeps the class organized and fun! A Mind and Body Learning Experience!
Adventure
Ages 8 and up
June-August
9:00 am-12:00 pm
and 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
$150 half-day;
$250 full-day
Wes Caudill
919-697-5963
[email protected]
NC Museum of Natural Sciences-Summer Camp
11 West Jones St., Raleigh, NC • http://naturalsciences.org/programs-events/summer-camps
We offer half-day, full-day, and residential camps for all ages designed to spark a sense of wonder as you
explore topics in paleontology, astronomy, STEM, animal husbandry, citizen science, and more.
Science/Math
Ages 4-16
June 16-August 8
8:45 am-5:00 pm
&
Check website
Laura Dameron
919-707-9889
[email protected]
org
NC State College of Design-Design Explorations Camp
Campus Box 7701, Raleigh, NC • www.design.ncsu.edu/designcamp
Camp focuses on introducing students to design thinking through hands-on activities. Studio activities
stimulate creativity & strengthen students' creative problem solving & visual literacy.
Creative Arts
Rising grades 6-8
July 7-11 and July
21-25
8:30 am-5:00 pm
&Y
$300/wk
Nicole Welch or Julia Rice
919-513-8153
[email protected]
Ages 5-14
Registration Begins On-line - March 10
Camp Dates: June 23 to August 15
Hours: 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Activities - Field Trips, Sports, Bible Study, Fitness,
Games, Crafts, 4-H and more!
902 Wake Forest Rd., Raleigh, NC 27604
919-832-6918
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kids imagine, design, test & create outrageously
fun projects with their own hands.
KIDS
K-7
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
NC State College of Design-Design Foundations Camp
Campus Box 7701, Raleigh, NC • www.design.ncsu.edu/designcamp
Participants are introduced to the design process through a series of interdisciplinary projects with a focus on
design fundamentals & the application of design in the real world.
Creative Arts
Rising grades 9-11
June 23-27 and July
14-18
8:30 am-5:00 pm
&Y
NC State University Club-Summer Tennis Sports Camp
4200 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.ncsuclub.com
Children will learn the basics of tennis and will swim and play other sports along with arts and crafts and
outdoor games. Full- and half-day options are available.
Sports
Ages 6-14
Contact
wake day camps
NC State University Young and Teen Writers' Workshop
NCSU Department of English Campus Box 8105, Raleigh, NC • http://english.chass.ncsu.edu/youngwriters/
index.html
The workshops nurture the creative spirit and teach creative writing skills and techniques in fiction, poetry,
creative non-fiction, and dramatic writing.
Nicole Welch or Julia Rice
919-513-8153
[email protected]
June 11-August 22
9:00 am-5:00 pm and
9:00 am-1:00 pm
$170-$245
Jay White
919-828-3465
[email protected]
Rising grades 4college freshman
July 7-18 and July
21-August 1
1:30 pm-4:00 pm
$250
Laura Giovanelli
919-513-7785
[email protected]
$375/wk
Susan D'Amico
919-515-3263
[email protected]
Check website
Chip Watson
919-846-1536
[email protected]
$190-$205
Bill Walker
919-367-9898
[email protected]
NC State University-College of Engineering Summer Programs
21 Current Dr., Raleigh, NC • www.engr.ncsu.edu/theengineeringplace/summerprograms
Day camps are held on the NCSU campus to discover what engineering is about and how engineers impact
society by experiencing engineering through hands-on creative investigations and design activities.
Other
Rising grades 3-10
June 16- August 1
9:00 am-3:30 pm
NC State Wolfpack Golf Schools
3000 Ballybunion Way, Raleigh, NC • www.wildwoodgreen.com
We offer golf schools in which we teach the basic fundamental skills of golf.
Sports
Ages 6-18
June 16-July 10
9:00 am-1:00 pm
Noah's Ark and Middle School Intermission Program
100 S. Hughes St., Apex, NC • www.noahsarkfun.com
A caring fun place full of family-oriented adventures geared to open children's minds on how to become
awesome leaders. Based on Biblical principles/truths.
Adventure
Grades K-8
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
&
qY
Summer Options 2014
$500/wk
Wake/Johnston County
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
19
AGES K-12 GRADE PROGRAMS
June 11 - August 1
Day and Residential Programs
Registration begins in February
Contact Kirsten Monroe,
Summer Program Director
at 919-424-4028
or visit sms.edu
Summer Options 2014
What do these symbols mean? Que significan estos símbolos?
To assist you in identifying programs that offer special options, the following symbols are used. Para asistirle en localizar programas que ofrecen opciones especiales, los símbolos siguientes han sido agregados.
Trained Staff to work with Child with Special Needs
Provides Scholarships/Financial Assistance Provee Becas / Asistencia Financiera
Personal entrenado para trabajar con Niños con Necesidades Especiales
Y
‘
A Accepts Child Care Subsidies/Vouchers Acepta Subsidios / Vouchers para Cuidado Infantil
Provides Transportation Provee Transporte
by the N.C. Division of Child Development & Early Education with 3 stars or higher
Licensed
˜
— Provides Services in Spanish Provee Servicios en Español
Licencia de la N.C. División de Desarrollo del Niño con 3 estrellas o más
Track-Out/Intersession Care (Meets the needs of the year-round school calendar.)
q Provides
A Accredited by the American Camp Association American Camp Association
>
Provee cuidado para días libres entre sesiones (Track-Out/Intercesión) (Este programa
/campamento satisface las necesidades del calendario escolar de ciclo continuo.)
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
North Carolina Theatre-North Carolina Theatre Conservatory
3043 Barrow Dr., Raleigh, NC • www.nctheatreconservatory.com
The flagship training program of NC Theatre. Offering classes in acting, singing, dance and the full musical
theatre experience.
Creative Arts
Ages 5-18
June-August
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Open Door Church-Power Camp
9801 Durant Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.gopowercamp.com
Power Camp is a co-ed sports to performing arts evening camp. Girls & boys experience an exciting week of
skills training, team work, bible teaching and fun!
Sports, Creative
Arts
Ages 4-12
June 9-14
6:00 pm-8:30 pm
Oxford Learning/Grade Power Learning-Summer Brain Camp
1229 NW Maynard Rd., Cary, NC • www.gradepowerlearning.com
Fun, academic, half-day camp with specific academic skills and various hands-on fun activities based on
weekly themes.
Creative Arts
Ages 6-12
June 23-August 8
8:15 am-11:45 am
Polar Ice House-Camp Chillin' Garner
103 New Rand Rd., Garner, NC • www.icehousegarner.com
Skating camp with on-ice instruction, arts and crafts as well as fun activities and games.
Sports
Ages 5-13
Check website
8:30 am-5:30 pm
Polar Ice House-Camp Chillin'
1410 Buck Jones Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.polaricehouse.com
Having fun while staying cool is our specialty. Your child is sure to have a blast on and off the ice, and our daily
lessons challenge and encourage all skaters to improve their on-ice skills.
Sports
Ages 5-12
Preschool for the Arts
844 Perry Rd., Apex, NC • www.apanc.com
Variety of summer camps and programs including Princess Dance camp, cheer & acro and Preschool for the
Arts Camp.
Creative Arts
Raleigh Little Theatre
301 Pogue St., Raleigh, NC • www.raleighlittletheatre.org
Drama, dance, art and music.
Creative Arts
Raleigh Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department-Summer Camps
105 Pullen Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.parks.raleighnc.gov
Over 80 different traditional and specialty camps offered throughout Raleigh with flexible registration to
meet the needs of your family.
Special Options Fees
Contact
Wake/Johnston County
wake day camps
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Check website
Kenny Gannon
919-855-0015
[email protected]
$15
Jordan Branch
919-847-6969
[email protected]
$200/wk
Bob Schmitt
919-462-3330
[email protected]
Check website
Christina Driggers
919-861-7465
[email protected]
June-August
8:30 am-5:30 pm
Check website
Christina Driggers
919-460-2756
[email protected]
Ages 1.5-18
June-August
9:00 am-1:00 pm
$89-$209/wk
Hillary Parnell
919-367-7210
[email protected]
Ages 4-18
June-August
Full- & Half-day
q&Y
$135-$650
Kathleen Rudolph
919-821-4579 225
[email protected]
Adventure, Creative Ages 3-17
Arts, Life Skills,
Science/Math,
Sports, Technology,
Wilderness
June-August
Varies
Y—
Call for prices
Summer Camp Office
919-996-4800
[email protected]
Ravenscroft Summer Programs
7409 Falls of Neuse Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.ravenscroft.org/summer
Ravenscroft offers a varied menu of summer camp opportunities. Athletics, enrichment, academics and arts.
Sharing adventure for over 30 years.
Adventure,
Grades Pre K-12
Creative Arts,
Science/Math,
Technology, Sports
June 16-August 8
9:00 am-8:00 pm
$160-$360
Sandy Kapatos
919-847-0900 2635
[email protected]
Right Track Academy-Track Out and Summer Camp Theater
8340 Bandford Way., Ste 001, Raleigh, NC • www.righttrackacademy.com
Building self-esteem through the arts. A program where students learn about theater production, set design
& working together. A play is performed for family & friends every Friday.
Creative Arts
Grades K-5
June-August
8:00 am-6:00 pm
q
$230/wk
Cate Hunt
919-846-1866
[email protected]
RTP International Cultural Exchange-Chinese American Cultural Exchange Camp
101 Preston Executive Dr., Cary, NC • www.rtpice.com
Arts & crafts, music & cooking activities. An opportunity for American students to serve as "ambassadors" for
their new friends. Daily immersion activities include recreational field trips.
Other
Call for ages
July 21-August 1
8:00 am-5:30 pm
&
$300
Kun Yang
888-900-9858
[email protected]
&Y—
q
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Saint Augustine's University-Kiddie Kollege/Leadership Academy
1315 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, NC • www.st-aug.edu
The SAU-Kiddie Kollege would provide an academic experience that promotes interactive, engaging experiences to extend learning for children ages 5-13 years old.
Adventure,
Creative
Ages 5-13
June 16-July 18
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Sonshine Gymnastics Camp
151 Thomas Mill Rd., Holly Springs, NC • www.sonshinegymnastics.com
Children will engage in gymnastics instruction and recreational time. Activities will include time on trampolines, in pits, on the zipline and outside in addition to gymnastics instruction.
Sports
Ages 3-12
June 14-August 14
8-45 am-12:00 pm or
8:45 am-5:00 pm
Adventure
Summer Camp at Chesterbrook Academy-Cary
130 Towne Village Dr., Cary, NC • http:/cary.chesterbrookacademy.com/
Great summer camp atmosphere. Swimming, gymnasium, turf playground, basketball courts and soccer field.
Art, team challenges, special guest and field trips.
Ages 3-12
The Salvation Army Community Center
902 Wake Forest Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.keepthebellringing.org
Organized games, assemblies with guest speakers, daily devotions, sports, field trips and arts and crafts.
Adventure
The Tumble Gym
1839 S. Main St., Ste. 390, Wake Forest, NC • www.thetumblegym.com
We have a great time doing gymnastics and tumbling, playing games, going outside, making crafts, taking
field trips and so much more!
Special Options Fees
Contact
wake day camps
Call for prices
Ann L. Brown
919-516-5083
[email protected]
q
Call for prices
Jennifer Suciu
919-557-9990
[email protected]
June 12-August 15
7:00 am-6:00 pm
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$225/wk
Stephen Morrison
919-319-9622
[email protected]
Ages 5-15
June-August
7:30 am-6:00 pm
q&
$90/wk
Sarah Smith-Ruiz
919-832-6918 114
[email protected]
Sports
Ages 4-12
June-August
7:30 am-6:30 pm
Y
$37/day
Jennifer Nelson
919-569-9547
[email protected]
Tiger Martial Arts/Majest Martial Arts
1104 Great Falls Ct., Knightdale, NC • www.majesttkd.com
Improve self-confidence, focus and discipline with Tae Kwon Do training and other fun activities.
Sports
Ages 5 and up
June-August
7:30 am-6:00 pm
q
$135/wk
Alison Siok
919-261-8443
[email protected]
Summer Options 2014
Wake/Johnston County
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Advanced Photography Camp
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Students will learn a variety of advanced shooting and editing techniques.
Technology
Ages 13-17
June 30-July 4 and
July 14-18
9:00 am-4:00 pm
&Y
$198 residents; Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
$228 [email protected]
residents
21
Every Child Can Learn
in a positive learning environment.
The Trilogy School
Serving the Triangle since 1999
www.trilogyschool.com
• Specialized Summer School for students
with learning differences and/or ADHD
• 8:30 - 11:30 • June 30 - August 1
• Reading, Writing & Math
• Grades K - 7 • 5:1 ratio or less
• Middle/High School Content
and Online Courses
• First Up: K-1 Readiness for
Serving the Triangle since 1989
High Functioning ASD
Triangle Learning
Consultants
June 16–August 15, 2014
Rising 3rd graders
through Adults
www.trianglelearningconsultants.com
• Enrichment and
Remediation
• Summer Tutoring
Programs
• All Subjects
• Grades K-College
• Common Core
Reading and Math
• Flexible Scheduling
• SAT Preparation
• Intensive Orton-Gillingham/
Wilson Reading Instruction
Judy Williams, M.A.T., M.S.A., Laura Wyatt, Ph.D., Directors
3810 Merton Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609 • 919-781-7804
For a complete listing of
youth and adult classes,
please visit our website:
www.artspacenc.org
Summer Options 2014
Wake/Johnston County
22
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Bluegrass Camp
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Hands-on instruction in bluegrass guitar, mandolin and fiddle, plus songwriting. Public concert at the end of
camp. Classes are priced individually.
Other
Ages 8-16
June 23-27
&Y
9:00 am-12:00 pm
and 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
$93 residents;
$121 nonresidents
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Cary Youth Video Project
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Learn the art of documentary filmmaking, including directing, interviewing, filming, editing, producing and
publicizing. Includes instruction in Final Cut Pro. Premiere following camp.
Technology
Ages 13-17
July 21-August 1 and
August 11-22
9:00 am-4:00 pm
&Y
$298 residents; Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
$324 [email protected]
residents
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Civil War Experience: A Soldier's Life
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Learn what it was like to be a NC infantry soldier during the Civil War. Topics include uniforms, weapons, camp
life, rations, drill techniques. Field trips & musket firing included.
Other
Ages 12-17
July 7-11 and August
11-15
9:00 am-4:00 pm
&Y
$138 residents; Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
$168 [email protected]
residents
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Drum Camp
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Discover djembe drums and percussion music from around the world.
Other
Ages 8-12
July 28-August 1
9:00 am-12:00 pm
&Y
$110 residents; Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
$140 [email protected]
residents
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Photographer's Way
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Learn basic camera functions, composition and how to download and present images. Field trips will explore
different subjects.
Creative Arts
Ages 11-15
June 16-20 and
August 4-8
9:00 am-12:00 pm
&Y
$102/wk
residents;
$132/wk nonresidents
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Scrappin' Kids Camp
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Complete a personalized scrapbook in one week! Topics include scrapbook basics, borders and corners, page
and album titles, journaling and paper art. Materials included.
Creative Arts
Ages 8-12
June 30-July 3 and
August 11-15
9:00 am-12:00 pm
&Y
$100 residents; Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
$130 [email protected]
residents
wake day camps
DYNAMIC
OUTDOOR CAMPS
Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
[email protected]
Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
[email protected]
Preparing & Protecting Youth Athletes
Speed and agility
Strength and power
Mobility and balance
Movement mechanics
Injury prevention
Middle & High School Athletes
North Raleigh & Wake Forest
www.fullyarmored.net
919.961.4324
FOR CHILDREN AGES 7-15
DURHAM, NC • Eno River Camps
Adventures to Western NC
Backpacking in the Appalachian Mts
All Outdoors All Play All Day
www.walkyourpathwell.com
F U L LY
Program Options:
• Seasonal off-season training
• Speed and agility camp
Sport-Specific Programs:
• Movement assessments
• Football Training Camp
• College program prep
• Baseball ODP
• Team/school training
• Basketball Pre-season Prep
• Coach clinics/consultation
• Soccer Pre-season Prep
• Lacrosse, tennis, golf,
ARMORED
hockey, cheer, and more
sports performance
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-The Secrets to Great Video Game Design
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
This fun, hands-on camp will explore the exciting world of video game design. Participants will explore 5
video game genres to achieve an in-depth understanding of game design.
Technology
Ages 10-14
July 7-11; July 21-25
and August 18-22
9:00 am-4:00 pm
&Y
$241 residents; Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
$271 [email protected]
residents
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Traditional Board & Card Games
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Learn how to play traditional games like Risk, Stratego, Battleship, Monopoly, Chess and a variety of card
games. Combine with Traditional Lawn Games for a full-day camp.
Other
Ages 10-16
June 16-20, July 1418 and August 4-8
1:00 pm-4:00 pm;
9:00 am-12:00 pm
&Y
$69 residents;
$89 nonresidents
Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
[email protected]
Town of Cary Page-Walker Arts & History Center-Traditional Lawn Games
119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Learn how to play traditional lawn games like kickball, dodge ball, croquet, bocce and cornhole in a noncompetitive environment. Combine with Traditional Board & Card Games for a full-day camp.
Sports
Ages 10-16
June 16-20 and
August 4-8
9:00 am-12:00 pm
&Y
$69 residents;
$89 nonresidents
Kris Carmichael
919-460-4963
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Basketball Mini Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Half-day camp that focuses on skill development, situational and individual play.
Sports
Ages 5-14
June-August
q&Y
9:00 am-12:00 pm
and 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Varies
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Sports
Town of Cary-Fencing Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Daily schedule will include strength and conditioning, training, foot work, techniques and tactics and bouting.
Ages 8-18
June-August
Varies
q&Y
Varies
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Junior Golf Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
This three-day camp covers chipping, sand play, pitching, long irons, fairway woods and golf etiquette.
Sports
Ages 7-15
June-August
7:30 am-10:00 am
q&Y
$75 residents;
$98 nonresidents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Rock Till You Drop Basketball Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
This full-day camp focuses on skill development, situational and individual play.
Sports
Ages 8-12
June-August
9:00 am-5:00 pm
q&Y
$150/wk residents; $180/wk
non-residents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
wake day camps
Summer Options 2012
Specialization
Wake/Johnston County
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
23
The Hill Center St. timothy’S School
Now Accepting 2014 Summer Program Applications
Hill’s summer program provides daily instruction in
reading, written language, and math to improve skills
and prevent regression in academic performance.
Rising K-9 | June 23-July 25 | 8:30-11:30 a.m.
“I am so
grateful we found
a place that
teaches the way
she learns.”
Now
Accepting
Applications
for Summer &
Academic Year
Programs
Hill Parent
The Hill Center of Durham
3200 Pickett Road
Durham, NC 27705
919.489.7464
www.hillcenter.org
Hill Tutoring of Raleigh
6500 Falls of Neuse Road
Raleigh, NC 27615
919.489.7464, ext. 2
www.hilltutoring.org
Summer Camps in the Heart of Midtown
Join the Fun!!!
Camps start
June 16
Explore your child’s passions!
Choose from Art, Sports, Science, Music and Math
Just to name a few of the fun and creative ways
to enjoy the summer
4523 Six Forks Road • Raleigh, NC 27609 •919-791-3056
www.sttimothys.org
Summer Options 2014
What do these symbols mean? Que significan estos símbolos?
To assist you in identifying programs that offer special options, the following symbols are used. Para asistirle en localizar programas que ofrecen opciones especiales, los símbolos siguientes han sido agregados.
Trained Staff to work with Child with Special Needs
Provides Scholarships/Financial Assistance Provee Becas / Asistencia Financiera
Personal entrenado para trabajar con Niños con Necesidades Especiales
Y
‘
A Accepts Child Care Subsidies/Vouchers Acepta Subsidios / Vouchers para Cuidado Infantil
Provides Transportation Provee Transporte
by the N.C. Division of Child Development & Early Education with 3 stars or higher
Licensed
˜
— Provides Services in Spanish Provee Servicios en Español
Licencia de la N.C. División de Desarrollo del Niño con 3 estrellas o más
Track-Out/Intersession Care (Meets the needs of the year-round school calendar.)
q Provides
A Accredited by the American Camp Association American Camp Association
>
Provee cuidado para días libres entre sesiones (Track-Out/Intercesión) (Este programa
/campamento satisface las necesidades del calendario escolar de ciclo continuo.)
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Town of Cary-Safety Town
101 Wilkinson Ave., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
You don't want to miss this fun, hands-on learning experience! Special visitors will provide fun and exciting
safety training! Accredited by the National Safety Town of Cleveland, Ohio.
Life Skills
Rising K
June 16-June 20 and &Y
June 23-June 27
9:30 am-12:30 pm
and 1:30 pm-4:30 pm
$51 residents;
$66 nonresidents
Cindi King
919-460-4965
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Summer Day Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Come play with us this summer! Join us as we create arts and crafts, play games, learn sports, explore nature,
go swimming and have an opportunity for field trips.
Other
Rising grades 1-6
June 16-August 22
7:30 am-6:00 pm
q&Y
$150/wk
residents;
$180/wk nonresidents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Teen Advanced Volleyball Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
An instructional camp that will teach multiple rotations, serve receptions, defenses, offenses & transitioning.
An excellent pre-tryout camp for middle/high school athletes.
Sports
Ages 12-15
July 21-24
q&Y
9:00 am-12:00 pm
and 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
$70/wk residents; $91/wk
non-residents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Teen Adventure Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
Campers participate in swimming, hiking, games, sports and field trips. Most sessions include activities at the
Bond Park Ropes Course where campers learn self-confidence, teamwork, trust & communication.
Other
Rising grades 7-9
June 16-August 15
7:30 am-6:00 pm
&Y
$150/wk
residents;
$180/wk nonresidents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Teen Beginner Volleyball Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
An instructional camp designed to teach players the rules and fundamentals of volleyball.
Sports
Ages 13-16
July 14-17 and July
21-24
Varies
q&Y
$56/wk residents; $72/wk
non-residents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Youth Baseball Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
This half-day instructional baseball camp will focus on the fundamentals of the game including hitting, fielding, throwing and base running.
Sports
Ages 7-14
June-August
8:30 am-12:00 pm
q&Y
$98 residents;
$127 nonresidents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Youth Softball Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
An instructional camp designed to teach players softball skills including hitting, base running and
defensive skills.
Sports
Ages 7-13
June-August
8:30 am-12:00 pm
q&Y
$98/wk
residents;
$127/wk nonresidents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Town of Cary-Youth Volleyball Camp
316 N. Academy St., Cary, NC • www.townofcary.org
An instructional camp designed to introduce players to the basic rules and skills of volleyball.
Sports
Ages 9-12
July 14-17 and July
21-24
Varies
q&Y
$48/wk residents; $62/wk
non-residents
Cary Parks and Rec.
919-469-4062
[email protected]
Day Camp
Town of Garner-Camp Kaleidoscope
125 Avery St., Garner, NC • www.garnernc.gov
Campers visit local parks, play games and go swimming. Camp Kaleidoscope offers a variety of themed weeks
and “camptivities” where campers are given the option to choose their own activities.
Grades K-7
June 11-August 22
7:30 am-6:00 pm
$82 residents;
$108 nonresidents
Monica Lileton
919-662-5051
[email protected]
Triangle Rock Club-Rock Climbing-Base Camp
102 Pheasant Wood Ct., Morrisville, NC • www.trianglerockclub.com
Half-day camp Monday-Friday. Fun and exciting way to introduce indoor climbing to kids.
Adventure, Sports
Ages 6 and up
June-August
9:00 am-12:30 pm
q
$250
Mike St. Laurent
919-463-7625
[email protected]
Triangle Rock Club-Rock Climbing-Summit Camp
102 Pheasant Wood Ct., Morrisville, NC • www.trianglerockclub.com
Full-day/full-week camp of indoor rock climbing and guided climbing trip to Pilot Mountain State Park.
Adventure, Sports
Ages 12 and up
June-August
9:00 am-4:00 pm
q
$400
Mike St. Laurent
919-463-7625
[email protected]
Wake/Johnston County
wake day camps
24
Ages
Dates and Times
Wake Forest Parks & Recreation-Summer Camps
301 S. Brooks St., Wake Forest, NC • www.wakeforestnc.gov
The Wake Forest Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of camp and program opportunities for
children specializing in cultural arts, creative dance, woodcarving and sports.
Creative Arts
Ages 3-16
June-August
9:00 am-12:00 pm or
1:00 pm-4:00 pm
XL Soccer World
5600 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC • www.xlsoccerworld.com
Instructional summer camps.
Sports
Ages 2-adult
June-August
8:00 am-5:00 pm
YMCA at The Factory-Summer Day Camps
1839 S. Main St., Wake Forest, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Offers a variety of summer camps with various themes in conjunction with the Kerr Family YMCA.
Ages 2-16
YMCA of Garner-Summer Day Camps
951 Heather Park Dr., Ste. 101, Garner, NC • www.ymcatriangle.org
Full-day camps with swimming, music, crafts, games and skill development. Additional activities for teens.
Adventure
YMCA-Camp Kanata Day Camp
13524 Camp Kanata Rd., Wake Forest, NC • www.campkanata.org
A YMCA day & overnight camp located outside Wake Forest, NC for boys & girls. Offers one-week sessions filled
with water & land activities, character development & positive role models.
Special Options Fees
Contact
wake day camps
$75-$140
Cindy Fergeson
919-435-9563
[email protected]
&Y
$80-$165
Richard King
919-859-2997 1
[email protected]
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
q&
Check website
Kim Keith
919-453-5500
[email protected]
Rising grades K-9
June-August
7:00 am-6:00 pm
q&
Check website
Logan Roach
919-773-3621
[email protected]
Rising grades 1-6
June-August
7:30 am-6:00 pm
&>
Check website
Rory O'Brien
919-556-2661
[email protected]
Rising grades 1-9
June-July
8:30 am-4:30 pm
$150-$250/wk
Erin Carpenter
828-262-2100
[email protected]
watauga day camps
Appalachian State University-Camp UREC
ASU Box 32081, Boone, NC • www.campurec.appstate.edu
A safe, instructional environment where campers can explore a variety of fitness, sports, outdoor and leadership activities during the summer months.
Adventure, Sports
Get ready for a
summer camp
experience you’ll
never forget as we
explore, create,
share, and have a
blast in a variety of
extraordinary clubs!
School Age Camp
(5 - 12 years)
Ask about our
Junior Camp!
www.kidsrkidsclayton.com
919-550-8864
Summer Options 2014
Specialization
Wake/Johnston County
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
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Triangle Education Assessments • Apex, NC
Summer Options 2014
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Sports
Ages 5 and up
March-May and
SeptemberNovember
Friday evening and
Saturdays
&Y
$35
Traci Hood
919-238-0333
[email protected]
Camp Dixie (Bladen)
373 W. Bladen Union Church Rd., Fayetteville, NC • www.campdixie.com
5-day overnight sessions for boys and girls entering grades 2-12. See website for dates, videos, registration.
Other
Grades 2-12
June-mid July
Sunday-Friday
Y—
$310
Lana Jernigan
910-865-5180
[email protected]
North Carolina Outward Bound School (Buncombe)
2582 Riceville Rd., Asheville, NC • www.ncobs.org
A wilderness adventure program for youth and adults. Camping, back-packing, rock climbing, white water
canoeing and sea kayaking. Year-round programs available.
Wilderness,
Adventure
Ages 12+ with
a parent; 14+
individual
May-August
Varies
&
$1,550 and up
Marla Hall
828-239-2107
[email protected]s.org
Ridgecrest Summer Camps (Buncombe)
PO Box 279, Ridgecrest, NC • www.ridgecrestcamps.com
Impacting lives for God’s glory through discipleship and adventure. We are designed for individual attention,
safety and adventure with excellent Christian role models.
Adventure
Ages 7-17
June 8-August 1
v>
$1,650
Sharon Aylestock
800-968-1630
[email protected]
Camp Albemarle (Carteret)
156 Albemarle Dr., Newport, NC • www.campalbemarle.org
Offering faith-based programs for all. Come sail on Bogue Sound or take on the challenge of our adventure
program. Creating opportunities to learn & grow since 1953.
Adventure
Ages 6-18
June 8-August 8
Sunday-Friday
&>
$260-$1,100
Caitlyn Larson
252-726-4848
[email protected]
Spoleto Study Abroad (Charleston, SC)
PO Box 13389, Charleston, SC • www.spoletostudyabroad.com
An arts and humanities program for high school students in Spoleto, Italy. Programs include: creative writing,
photography, vocal music, visual arts, instrumental music (strings), film, and drama.
Creative Arts
Ages 15-19
July 10-August 3
&
$5,850
Nancy Langston
843-822-1248
[email protected]
Camp Royall, Autism Society of NC (Chatham)
250 Bill Ash Rd., Moncure, NC • www.camproyall.org
Overnight and day summer camp options for people on the autism spectrum, as well as year round programs
including family fun days, mini camp weekends and retreats for adults.
Other
Ages 4-adult
June-August
&Y>
Sunday pm-Friday pm
Check Website
Sara Gage
919-542-1033
[email protected]
org
Other
Camp Easter Seals UCP (Craig, VA)
900 Camp Easter Seals Rd., New Castle, VA • www.campeastersealsucp.com
Overnight camp for kids & adults with physical & or intellectual disabilities including autism, down syndrome,
cerebral palsy and spina bifida. Activities include horseback riding, swimming, canoeing, wall climbing and
more.
Check website
June 8-August 16
&Y>
Check website
Alex Barge
919-777-7325
[email protected]
Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing (Craig, VA)
11176 Peaceful Valley Rd., New Castle, VA • www.wilderness-adventure.com
Premier outdoor adventure camp in the southeast. Trip style programs build confidence & character. No
equipment or prior experience required. Immaculate safety record & highly trained professional staff.
Adventure
Ages 8-18
June 15-August 23
v
$795/wk
Julia Boas
540-864-6792
[email protected]
Duke Running Camp (Durham)
3017 Bexley Ave., Durham, NC • www.dukerunningcamp.com
Running camp for boys and girls ages 11-18. Residential and day camp options are available.
Sports
Ages 11-18
July 30-August 3
Varies
$640 overnight Kevin Jermyn
919-681-6890
option; $520
extended-day [email protected]
Duke University-Arete Field Hockey Camp (Durham)
Cameron Indoor Stadium Box 90555, Durham, NC • www.dukefieldhockeycamps.com
Duke Field Hockey Camp for middle and high school aged players. FUN and intense! Residential and Day
options are available.
Sports
Grades 6-12
June-July
Full day
$465 commuters; $550
residential
Britt Broady
919-684-4142
[email protected]
Durham County 4-H-Betsy-Jeff Penn Residential Camp (Durham)
721 Foster St., Durham, NC • www.durham.ces.ncsu.edu
Swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, archery, hiking, arts & crafts and environmental studies. Zipline and
high ropes course for older youth. $15 store card & t-shirt included in cost.
Adventure
Ages 8-14
July 6-11
v>
$420-$440
Pam Jordan-Carrington
919-560-0536
[email protected]
QORDS (Queer Oriented Rap/Rock Day School) (Durham)
710 E. Hudson Ave., Durham, NC • www.qords.org
Overnight summer camp for LGBTQI youth or youth of queer parents, held at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC. Youth ages 12-17 form music groups and write songs. No music background required.
Creative Arts
Ages 12-17
June
v&Y—
$575
Meredith Hancock
503-680-0763
[email protected]
wake OTHER
Miracle League of the Triangle
PO Box 4193, Cary, NC • www.miracleleagueofthetriangle.com
The Miracle League of the Triangle is a 501 (c ) (3) nonprofit organization that provides children with special
needs the opportunity to play baseball.
Wake/Johnston County
residential CampS
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camp. Programs for ages Pre-K – 8th grade: Lego Robotics,
Digging for Dinosaurs, Kitchen Chemistry, Wetland Science
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For more details and to register
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Summer Options 2014
What do these symbols mean? Que significan estos símbolos?
To assist you in identifying programs that offer special options, the following symbols are used. Para asistirle en localizar programas que ofrecen opciones especiales, los símbolos siguientes han sido agregados.
Trained Staff to work with Child with Special Needs
Provides Scholarships/Financial Assistance Provee Becas / Asistencia Financiera
Personal entrenado para trabajar con Niños con Necesidades Especiales
Y
‘
A Accepts Child Care Subsidies/Vouchers Acepta Subsidios / Vouchers para Cuidado Infantil
Provides Transportation Provee Transporte
by the N.C. Division of Child Development & Early Education with 3 stars or higher
Licensed
˜
— Provides Services in Spanish Provee Servicios en Español
Licencia de la N.C. División de Desarrollo del Niño con 3 estrellas o más
Track-Out/Intersession Care (Meets the needs of the year-round school calendar.)
q Provides
A Accredited by the American Camp Association American Camp Association
>
Provee cuidado para días libres entre sesiones (Track-Out/Intercesión) (Este programa
/campamento satisface las necesidades del calendario escolar de ciclo continuo.)
Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Camp Friendship Equestrian Camp (Fluvanna, VA)
573 Friendship Way, Palmyra, VA • www.campfriendship.com/programs/equestrian-camp
One hour of horseback riding or week-long Equestrian Camp and have each day centered around horses. Daily
lessons with trail and river rides and horseback games.
Other
Ages 7-16
June 15-August 16
v&Y>
$1,225-$1,275
Cris Higginbotham
434-589-8950
[email protected]
Camp Friendship (Fluvanna, VA)
573 Friendship Way, Palmyra, VA • www.campfriendship.com
Archery, arts & crafts, gymnastics, horseback riding, performing arts, tennis, water sports & more! Evening
activities including dance nights & camp fires for a fulfilling camp experience.
Other
Ages 7-16
June 15-August 16
v&Y
—>
$1,100-$1,275
Cris Higginbotham
434-589-8950
[email protected]
Camp Oak Hill (Granville)
1528 Oak Hill Rd., Oxford, NC • www.campoakhill.org
Overnight Christian camp for boys & girls; offers swimming, boating, climbing, low ropes, zip line, devotions,
praise & worship, gym and field games, archery, riflery and much more!
Other
Ages 7-17
June 15-July 20
‘&>
$425-$525
Brian Hollingsworth
919-782-2888
[email protected]
Quaker Lake Camp (Guilford)
1503 NC Hwy 62 E., Climax, NC • www.quakerlakecamp.org
Residential settings with a variety of outdoor programming including canoeing, archery, swimming, mountain biking, campouts, group games, climbing tower and arts & crafts.
Other
Ages 6-17
June 13-August 2
>
$75-$350
Heather Varner
336-674-2321
[email protected]
Camp Agapé Kure Beach Ministries (Harnett)
1369 Tyler Dewar Ln., Fuquay-Varina, NC • www.agapekurebeach.org
We are a Christian residential camp committed to showing each camper how special and important they are!
Other
Rising grades 2-12
June 15-August 8
Sunday afternoonFriday afternoon
&Y
$300-$550
Lauren Thurow
919-552-9421
[email protected]
Camp Arrowhead (Henderson)
1415 Cabin Creek Rd., Zirconia, NC • www.camparrowhead.org
A Christian camp with adventure activities including archery, blacksmithing, camping, climbing, horseback
riding, kayaking, mountain biking, sports, friendly tribal competitions & more.
Adventure
Boys ages 6-16
June 8-July18
vY
$1,200-$6,500
Rick Sandman
828-692-1123
[email protected]
Camp Kanuga for Boys & Girls (Henderson)
PO Box 250, Hendersonville, NC • www.campkanuga.org
An Episcopal summer camp for boys and girls who want to take part in a great traditional camping program
at our wonderful mountain campus.
Adventure
Ages 7-15
June 5-August 4
v‘&>
$460-$1350
David Schnitzer
828-692-9136 279
[email protected]
Talisman Programs (Henderson)
64 Gap Creek Rd., Zirconia, NC • www.talismancamps.com
Talisman Programs provide exceptional summer camp opportunities for young people ages 8-22 with ADHD,
Autism Spectrum Disorders, and other learning differences.
Life Skills
Ages 8-22
June 14-August 7
Y>
$1,500-$4,085
Robiyn Mims
828-697-6313
[email protected]
United Methodist Church-Camp Tekoa (Henderson)
PO Box 160, Hendersonville, NC • www.camptekoa.org
Camp Tekoa is the Western NC Conference Camp of the United Methodist Church. We offer Day Camps,
Residential Camps, Adventure Camps and Special Needs Camps. Please visit us online.
Adventure,
Wilderness, Other
Ages 5-17
June 8-August 9
Day Camp M-F
8:30 am-4:30 pm;
Residential Camp
Sun-Sat
&Y>
$180-$565
James Johnson
828-692-6516
[email protected]
Rockfish Camp & Retreat Center (Hoke)
226 Camp Rockfish Rd., Parkton, NC • www.camprockfish.org
Christian camp with a small-group structure. Family atmosphere where the camper's safety & Christian
growth are our first priorities.
Other
Ages 7-17
June-July
Sunday 2:30 pmFriday 5:00 pm
&>
Call for prices
Jennifer Weber
910-425-3529 21
[email protected]
Camp Flintlock (Johnston)
1580 King Mill Rd., Four Oaks, NC • www.campflintlock.com
Time travel to the Revolutionary War times and live like George Washington and Molly Pitcher did for a week.
Day Camp option is also available.
Wilderness
Grades 1-8
June 16-July 12
‘
$240-$415
Renee' Langdon
919-938-1776
[email protected]
Wake/Johnston County
residential CampS
28
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
Chestnut Ridge Camp and Retreat Center-Residential Camp (Orange)
4300 Camp Chestnut Ridge Rd., Efland, NC • www.campchestnutridge.org
Day/overnight camps. Campers enjoy horseback riding, canoeing, ropes course, zipline, archery, swimming,
campfires, off-site adventure trips.
Wilderness
Ages 5-17
June 15-August 15
q&>
$585
Stacey Young
919-304-2178
[email protected]
iD Programming Academy for Teens @ the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (Orange)
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC • www.iDTech.com
Gain a competitive edge and learn how programming, app development, or robotics can become a college
degree and even a rewarding career. 2-week, pre-college, intensive summer programs.
Technology
Ages 13-18
June-August
Check website
>
Check website
Program Advisor
888-709-8324
[email protected]
iD Tech Camps @ the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (Orange)
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC • www.iDTech.com
Weeklong, day and overnight programs where ages 7-17 develop apps, program in C++ and Java, design
video games, produce films, build robots, create websites, and more. Also 2-week, teen-only programs.
Technology
Ages 7-17
June-August
Check website
>
Check website
Program Advisor
888-709-8324
[email protected]
YMCA of the Triangle-Camp Sea Gull for Boys (Pamlico)
218 Sea Gull Landing, Arapahoe, NC • www.seagull-seafarer.org
A YMCA overnight camp for boys with 1, 2 and 4-week sessions.
Adventure, Sports
Boys ages 6-16
June 8-August 8
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John Hyde
252-249-1111
[email protected]
YMCA of the Triangle-Camp Seafarer for Girls (Pamlico)
2744 Seafarer Rd., Arapahoe, NC • www.seagull-seafarer.org
A YMCA overnight camp for girls with 1, 2, & 4-week sessions. Featuring sailing, horseback riding, power
boating, golf, tennis & traditional camp activities.
Adventure
Girls 6-16
June 8-August 8
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Lynn Moss
252-249-1212
[email protected]
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Ages 6-14
June 8-August 2
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$100-$475
Rev. Kent Shrader
336-629-4085
[email protected]
Ages 8-14
June-July
Sunday-Friday
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$485
Keith Russell
910-652-5905
[email protected]
Mount Shepherd Retreat Center (Randolph)
1045 Mount Shepherd Rd. Ext., Asheboro, NC • www.mtshepherd.org
We provide a Christ-centered place of welcome and beauty for growth, learning and fun.
NC State University-Millstone 4-H Camp (Richmond)
1296 Mallard Dr., Ellerbe, NC • www.millstone4hcamp.com
Traditional and specialty residential camping programs. 4-H and non 4-H campers. Located in the beautiful
sandhills of NC.
Other
All-Arts, Sciences & Technology Camp
AllBoys & Girls / Ages 7–15
Overnight & Day Options
Fun, exciting classes in arts,
sciences, and technology
July 13-18
NC State
Classes divided by grade levels
July 20-25
Virginia Tech
Recreation, citizenship, and
evening entertainment
College campus experience
Raleigh, NC
Blacksburg,VA
July 27-August 1 UNC Greensboro
Greensboro, NC
Serious fun since 1991
Download brochure at allarts.uncg.edu
866.334.2255
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Camp/Class Description, Location, Website
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
NC State University-Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Camp (Rockingham)
804 Cedar Ln., Reidsville, NC • www.bjpenn4h.org
Traditional residential camp. In operation since 1964. 4-H and non 4-H campers.
Adventure, Life
Skills
Ages 8-14
June 29-July 4 and
July 6-11
Sunday-Friday
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$485
Stacy Burns
336-349-9445
[email protected]
Monroe Camp and Retreat Center (Scotland)
24501 Camp Rd., Laurel Hill, NC • www.monroecamp.org
Christian summer camp experiences for children who love the outdoors and who wish to grow in faith and
build deeper relationships with peers. A day camp option is also available.
Wilderness,
Adventure, Life
Skills
Ages 5-18
June 8-July 25
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$170-$425
Ann Locklear
910-276-1654
[email protected]
Ages 6-16
June-August
Sunday-Friday
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Call for prices
Jen de Ridder
336-983-3131
[email protected]
YMCA Camp Hanes (Stokes)
1225 Camp Hanes Rd., King, NC • www.camphanes.org
Join us at the "400-Acre Memory Maker" where campers develop a sense of accomplishment, belonging and
character through friendship and fun.
Green River Preserve (Transylvania)
301 Green River Rd., Cedar Mountain, NC • www.greenriverpreserve.org
Base Camp offers a stimulating approach to connecting children with nature. Expeditions offer leadership
development, outdoor learning & adventure.
Wilderness
Rising grades 2-college freshman
June-August
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Missy Schenck
828-698-8828
[email protected]
Gwynn Valley (Transylvania)
301 Gwynn Valley Tr., Brevard, NC • www.gwynnvalley.com
Since 1935, a farm wilderness & traditional program that nurtures the child while fostering a connection with
the land and the simple joys of childhood.
Creative Arts
Ages 5-14
June-August
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$1,475-$3,900
Grant Bullard
828-885-2900
[email protected]
Girls ages 5-15
June 8-August 8
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$1,375-$5,225
Katherine Owen
828-884-9125
[email protected]
Keystone Camp (Transylvania)
101 Keystone Camp Rd., Brevard, NC • www.keystonecamp.com
For over 97 years our girls can be heard laughing, singing, talking, splashing, jumping and dancing throughout the summer. They get to explore new interests and forge long-term friendships.
NC State University-Eastern 4-H Center (Tyrrell)
100 N. Clover Way, Columbia, NC • www.eastern4hcenter.org
Traditional week-long camp experiences. Specialty camps include swimming, canoeing, kayaking, shooting,
sports, challenge course, climbing wall, web lab, camp fires and hikes.
Life Skills
Ages 8-12
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Chase Luker
252-797-4800
[email protected]
Broadreach Summer Adventure Programs (Wake)
806 McCulloch St., Ste. 102, Raleigh, NC • www.gobroadreach.com
Broadreach offers 60+ worldwide adventure learning programs in marine biology, scuba, sailing, language
immersion, medicine, outdoor leadership, photography & more!
Adventure
Grades 7-college
June-August
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$3,000 and up
Carley Hill
919-256-8200
[email protected]
Girls ages 7-17
June-August
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$120-$400
Renee Pelletier
800-284-4475 3346
[email protected]
org
Wake/Johnston County
Girl Scouts NC Coastal Pines-Residential Camp (Wake)
6901 Pinecrest Rd., Raleigh, NC • www.nccoastalpines.org
Swimming, sailing, alpine tower, crafts, horseback riding, canoeing, archery, kayaking, nature activities &
adventure trips. Camps are located in Beaufort, Johnston and Vance counties.
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iD Tech Camps @ North Carolina State University (Wake)
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC • www.iDTech.com
Weeklong, day and overnight programs where ages 7-17 develop apps, program in C++ and Java, design
video games, produce films, build robots, create websites, and more. Also 2-week, teen-only programs.
Technology
Ages 7-17
June-August
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Program Advisor
888-709-8324
[email protected]
NC State College of Design-Design Immersions Camp (Wake)
Campus Box 7701, Raleigh, NC • www.design.ncsu.edu/designcamp
Participants work with camp faculty on projects in the following design disciplines: architecture, industrial
design, art & design and graphic design. Check website for more info.
Creative Arts
Rising grades 11-12
June 15-21 and July
27-August 2
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$1,000/wk
Nicole Welch or Julia Rice
919-513-8153
[email protected]
Wake County 4-H Camp (Wake)
4001-E Carya Dr., Raleigh, NC • www.wakegov.com/humanservices/family/4h/camp
Betsy-Jeff Penn provides an exceptional summer camp program. Highly trained 4-H professionals, recent
college graduates & students staff the camp program. Camp specialists supervise activities such as swimming
& climbing wall, where unique skills are needed. Adventure
Ages 8-14
June 22-27
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$440-$460
Diane Schmidt or Andrew Meyer
919-250-1100
[email protected]
Ages 6-15
June-August
Sunday-Saturday
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Shane Brown
919-556-2661
[email protected]
Ages 7-18
June 2- August 10
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$430
Lucas Newton
252-586-4665
[email protected]
YMCA-Camp Kanata (Wake)
13524 Camp Kanata Rd., Wake Forest, NC • www.campkanata.org
A YMCA day and overnight camp located outside Wake Forest, NC, for boys & girls. Offers one-week sessions
filled with water & land activities, character development and positive role models.
Youth Camps for Christ Inc.-Camp Willow Run (Warren)
190 Mangum Ln., Littleton, NC • www.campwillowrun.org
Interdenominational Christian camp built on a unique railroad theme. The CWR experience includes activities,
music, Bible Study, and great food!
Other
Specialization
Ages
Dates and Times
Special Options Fees
Contact
YMCA-Camp Harrison (Wilkes)
7901 S. NC Hwy 18, Boomer, NC • www.campharrison.org
Campers choose from over 23 land activities including: archery, paintball, ropes course, sports and crafts.
Additional experiences like horseback riding, sporting clays, or wakesports allow each camper to create their
own personalized experience.
Adventure
Ages 6-16
June 8-August 16
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$880/wk
Lisa Eller
800-514-1417
[email protected]
org
YMCA-Camp Thunderbird (York, SC)
One Thunderbird Ln., Lake Wylie, SC • www.campthunderbird.org
Providing thousands of kids an unforgettable experience since 1936! Camp Thunderbird has nationally
recognized water programs, including wakeboarding, water skiing, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, water slides
and “the Blob”.
Adventure
Ages 7-16
June 8-August 15
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$860/wk
Jeannine Sweet
800-732-3855
[email protected]
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ReADY, SeT, SuMMeR!
Kids stay active and happy in
YMCA Summer Day Camps.
Choose from half-day, full-day, sports,
specialties, adventure camps and more!
When you meet our friendly and responsible
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Register at your local Y starting April 6
for Summer Day Camps
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