2012 Summer Camp Guide

As the season changes into beautiful spring, it's time to start thinking about where you want to send your kids when school closes for the summer and you still have long days at the office ahead of you. The Washington area offers a wide selection of camps that can give your child a memorable summer adventure. Whether they're into sports, camping, music, technology, art or academic learning, there are options to suit almost any interest. Camps are filling up quickly, so make sure to check out what Washington has to offer before your kid's dream camp is full!

TIC Summer Camp ticcamp.com 571-765-0329 Where: Georgetown Day School, 4200 Davenport Street, Washington, D.C. 20016 When: June 18- August 10 How much: $820 per two-week session, $50 off for each session after the first one. TIC is a technology/sports day camp for kids between 7 and 16 years old, celebrating 30 years in 2012. It has a 4:1 learning ratio, where kids learn through fun techonology and athletic activities. Technology activities include programming, digital art, animation, film making and web design. Sports activities include basketball, gymnastics, street hockey, dance and capture the flag. ''TIC is unique because we offer the perfect body/mind balance. The most popular activity at TIC is programming, kids as young as 7 and as old as 16 create video games based on their favorite things,'' says Executive Director, Emily Riedel. Program runs from 8.30 a.m – 3 p.m., extended day is offered until 6 p.m.

Beauvoir Summer Camps summer.beauvoirschool.org 202-537-6485 Where: The campus at the Washington National Cathedral, 3500 Woodley Road NW, Washinton, D.C. 20016 When: June 18- August 3 How much: $250-$425 per week Beauvoir offers a range of different programs for children, 3 to 11, and a Counselor in Training program for tweens and teens between 12 and 16 years old. The programs are also offered as a combination of academic learning and general fun and adventurous summer camp experiences, such as art, swimming, cooking, science and outdoor activities. ''The component that both parents and children seem to be most excited about is the swimming. We have our own pool on the premises, and all the camps except the primarily academic ones offer swimming with instructors. We also offer swimming lessons before and after the camps, for children to become more safe in the pool,'' says Camp Director, Hugh Squire. Beauvoir camp days usually run from 8.30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Before and after camp care is also offered, from 7.30-8.30 a.m. and 3-6 p.m.

Georgetown University Summer Camps at Yates Field House yates.georgetown.edu/summer/ yatesdaycamp@georgetown.edu Where: The Yates Field House, Kehoe Field, and McCarthy Pool, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. 20057 When: June 25 and consist of 6 separate one-week sessions. How much: $380 per week, $280 per week for current Yates Field House members. The Day Camp is a day-long activity camp for kids aged 6 to 10 years old. Days usually run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. After care is offered until 4:30 p.m. Activities include indoor and outdoor team-based games, creative projects, swimming, bingo and talent shows.

Audubon Naturalist Societey's Summer Nature Camps http://www.audubonnaturalist.org 301-652-9188 x15 (Karen Vernon) Where: Woodend Sanctuary in Chevy Chase, and Lathrop E. Smith Center in Rockville. When: June 18- August 17. How much: From $128-$710 per week. Audubon Naturalist Society Summer Camps offer both day and overnight camps with outdoor fun and discovery for kids and teenagers from 4 to 17 years old. Activities include games, hikes, songs, great camping traditions and environmental education in a natural setting. Camp days usually start at 8:45 a.m. and end 3 or 4 p.m. The camp also offers aftercare, from 4 to 6 p.m.

Corcoran Gallery of Art's Camp Creativity www.corcoran.org/family/camps (202) 639-1770 Where: Corcoran Gallery locations in Georgetown, Downtown and near Capitol Hill. When: June 18- August 1 How much: $170-$590 per week (morning, afternoon or full day sessions) Corcoran Gallery of Art offers different art summer camps for kids aged 5 to 16. The schedule for each camp group is age-appropriate and activities include sculpture making, painting, ceramics, jewelry making, photography, cartooning and so much more.

Other camps worth checking out: Levine School of Music's Summer Camps, levineschool.org School of Rock Summer Camps, sordc.com/ Georgetown University Summer Programs, scs.georgetown.edu Visitation Preparatory School's Sports Summer Camps, visi.org/ Camp Rim Rock, camprimrock.com/ Camp Arena Stage, arenastage.org/ Georgetown Day School’s Summer Camps, www.gds.org/

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