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Youth Summer Camp


Throughout this fun camp, participants will learn various art types. Each day students will explore different mediums of art as each day will have a different theme. The instructor will engage with students through interactive demonstration and sensory learning.




Youth Summer Camp



Participants will use age-appropriate technology, software, and equipment to build functional Lego Robots. This camp will provide participants with a fun introduction to Lego Robotics. All participants must have basic letter and number recognition abilities.


Campers will bring Lego characters to life, making a stop-motion mini-movie. Multiple production techniques will be used in the camp, including character animation, claymation, motion graphics, and of course, Lego stop-motion photography.


One of the fastest-growing racquet sports in the U.S., pickleball is quickly becoming a favorite activity among young athletes. Skyhawks Pickle-ball camp will give your young athlete an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of this great sport while learning life skills and a healthy, fun activity.


New Jersey youth camps can take steps to prevent heat-related illness (HRI) on days that have high temperatures and humidity. Children, especially those who are physically active, are among those individuals at higher-than-average risk for HRI. High heat days can also cause poor air quality, which can trigger asthma attacks or worsen asthma symptoms. Between 2017 and 2021, a total of 848 children under the age of 15-years old were treated at New Jersey Emergency Departments for heat-related illness.


Our summer camps are filling up fast! Many of our summer camps have already filled to capacity, including Discovery Camp, Explorer Camp, Gymnastics Camp, Martial Arts Camp, Rock Climbing, Sea Kayaking and Blue Camp for ages 7-10. To check availability for a specific camp, login to our registration portal and look up the camp of your choice.


Every year, Oakton College welcomes young people between ages 8 and 14 for a summer of learning and fun. At our STEAM Camps, students explore science, technology, engineering, art and math through a number of engaging and interactive experiences. This youth college program offers classes in fields like coding, game design, app development, virtual reality and more!


Transportation is available to and from the new HISD Mandarin Immersion Magnet School (MIMS) campus or Feld Park next to MIMS old campus is available (additional fee). Spaces are limited!


Per NCAA rules, all sport camps and clinics conducted by The University of Florida Athletic Association are open to any and all entrants and enrollment is only limited based on age, grade level, gender, and/or number restrictions as specified by each camp.


Refunds may be granted in extreme circumstances with approval from the camp director and compliance office. If the UAA cancels a camp for any reason, the camp is only responsible for a refund of fees paid to the camp as part of registration.


We have revamped our camps to meet the new way of being there for you. Our YouTube video below answers many of your questions. if you have additional questions please contact the Youth Programs. Sign up for the Youth E-Newsletter to stay current.


Summer offers more than 300 fun filled summer camps for grades 1-12. Many of our favorites are back including Abrakadoodle, Black Rocket, computer skills and programming, engineering skills, Yang Academy of Math and Science, study and testing skills for school success, as well as the ever popular circus camp, and many more.


Contact Us Sharon Wolfgang sharon.wolfgang@montgomerycollege.edu 240-567-7264 Karla Evans karla.evans@montgomerycollege.edu 240-567-7917 Mary Elizabeth Mukherjee Youth Programs Director youthprogramsdirector@montgomerycollege.edu 240-567-7939 Sign-up for Youth E-Newsletter


Join us for just a few days, or all summer long! Our camps provide a safe, fun, and engaging environment for children to explore and grow. We offer diverse, high-quality content for developing brains and growing bodies. Register by June 1st for early bird pricing on most camps!


Cabrillo Extension is happy to offer a limited number of scholarships for our summer youth program. Scholarships provide students and families the opportunity to enjoy our camps and classes at reduced registration fees.


P.A.S.S. Camp is offered on a weekly basis, not daily. School Days Off presented by P.A.S.S. Camp is hosted on days when local schools are out of session. We provide all required sports equipment, and all camp activities take place on the University of Denver campus.


Sport majors allow campers to focus on a specific sport for 1.5 hours during camp. Sport majors are held on the first four days of each week, so your camper will experience all four sports majors before enjoying field day and water games on Fridays.


FENCING:Discover this Olympic sport with the help of coaches from the Denver Fencing Center. They'll introduce campers to proper technique and footwork as well as teaching them how to locate target areas.


FLAG FOOTBALL:Experienced coaches using the USA Football curriculum will teach campers the fundamentals of passing, running, body awareness and defense in a safe, non-contact format.


ICE SKATING:Our US Figure Skating Coaches will teach skating fundamentals under the US Figure Skating curriculum. Skate bumpers will be available, but the goal is for all campers to skate with confidence without them by the end of the major.


LACROSSE:Learn the fundamentals of cradling, scopping, throwing and catching with the help US Lacrosse-licensed coaches, and start your camper's journey to maybe one day playing for the DU Pioneers.


MARTIAL ARTS:Senseis from Premier Martial Arts in Wash Park are our community partners here to teach campers the benefits of martial arts such as focusing on individual growth instead of team competition, working toward specific goals, self-control and concentration, and coordination while providing kids a way to get our their extra energy.


SOFTBALL:Experienced coaches will provide campers with a positive introduction to organized softball. This instructional program for campers will be organized to teach the fundamentals of softball including throwing, catching, fielding, and hitting. For younger players we will hit from a batting tee using a whiffle ball and for older campers there will be coach pitchers using large soft tennis balls.


TRACK & FIELD:Our experience coaches using the USA Track & Field curriculum will help campers develop a foundation focusing on running, throwing, jumping, hand-eye coordination and sportsmanship through different track and field events.


VOLLEYBALL:Experienced coaches will help campers develop all-around skills for volleyball (serving, passing, hitting, and setting). The major will teach players to play anywhere on the court, and how to work together as a team.


Parents will drop off their campers at Joy Burns Arena at 8:30 a.m. for their 30-minute lesson each morning, and our Learn to Skate instructors will escort campers to P.A.S.S. Camp at the end of their skating lessons.


We will continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on our programs and activities. Robust protocols and procedures will be in place to ensure the safest and healthiest environment for campers, staff and parents alike. If there are any changes with 2023 P.A.S.S. Camp due to COVID-19, we will be in direct communication with you.


Within major sessions, campers will learn about the day's selected sport and participate in drills, skill lessons and competition. For example, in the soccer major, campers will learn how to dribble, pass and shoot, and also do drills that will help with motor skill development. At the end of the major session, they will participate in a soccer game.


You may call the Youth Activities Manager at 303-871-3908 and inform them of your child's absence from camp. If a doctor's note is provided, you will be credited for the week your child is absent from camp due to illness.


P.A.S.S. Camp check-in and check-out is located in Gates Field House. Parking is available in Lot T (located under the tennis courts on Asbury Ave.) and requires a permit. Parking permits will be emailed to P.A.S.S. Camp participants in the week before camp and will also be available at the parking lot on Monday mornings. P.A.S.S. Camp staff will be on-site every morning and afternoon to assist with drop-off and pick-up.


At Sewickley Valley YMCA day camp, kids will make new friends and have tons of fun exploring new adventures each day! Online registration is open. If a specific camp is not listed on the online form, it is sold out for the session. For more information, contact Marc Smith at 412-741-9622 ext. 103 or msmith@sewickleyymca.org.


Camp Week: Each camp week begins Sunday with check-in between the hours of 3:00 and 4:30pm. Early check-in is not possible. Parents may pick up their children on Saturday morning between 9:00 and 9:30am.


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