-Imajine That Summer Academy: imajinethat.com
Grade K-4 (entering 5th). 7 am-6 pm.
7 week program 6/25-8/10. 2 day ($90/week), 3 day ($130/week) and 5 day ($215 a week) options.
$50 fee to hold slot. Accepting applications now.
Interactive curriculum supporting academics and socio-emotional development.
Locations in Dorchester at the Trotter School and one other Dorchester location to be announced...
-Community Boating Boston: www.community-boating.org.
Learn to sail and kayak, open to ANY child who is between the ages of 10 – 17 and can swim 50 yards independently.
Class options from June 18-Aug 24, 8:30-3 pm M-F.
On Charles River near Esplanade.
Two easy steps to register your child:
1.) Purchase a junior program membership for child. 2018 Summer Memberships available for purchase FEB 1ST
2.) Sign your child up for classes! Beginners should start with the Learn-to-Sail class followed by the Mainsail class. First round of class signup opens on March 1st at 12 Noon. We will be opening more classes on May 1st at Noon.
The fee for Junior Program membership is on a sliding scale based on household income, and ranges from $1 – $325 for the entire summer; all classes included in this fee. Families can find out if they qualify for an income based reduced fee by filling out our form online during the sign up process. A fee within our sliding scale will be generated immediately for those who qualify.
Once you purchase a junior membership, you will be eligible to sign your child up for classes. The first round of classes will open on March 1st at Noon online. The second round of classes will open on May 1st, at Noon online. Classes will fill quickly! If you want to have options when choosing a date and time, or if you are trying to sign a child up with a sibling or friend it is recommended that you are online at the time of open to sign up your child. Please note, because spots in classes are limited, we cannot guarantee enrollment in class each week.
-Tony Williams Dance Camps: www.twdance.com
Ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, folk (and some art/science)
4 weeks of Summer Fun Camps 6/25-6/29, 7/9-7/13, 8/6-8/10, 8/20-8/24. $325 a week. State vouchers accepted.
2 weeks of Spectrum Camp (more advanced): 7/16-7/20 or 8/13-8/17. $375 a week.
9 am-3 pm, child care 8am-9am and 3 pm-6 pm at $10/hour. In JP.
-OrigiNation Cultural Arts: www.originationinc.org
5 week summer intensive dance camp, 7/2-8/3, 8:30-4 pm, age 8-13. $475.
Applications due by April 15, decisions made by May 1.
30 students chosen, prior dance experience required.
In JP near Forest Hills.
-St. Stephen's Youth Programs: www.ssypboston.org
B-SAFE program (Bishop's Summer Academic and Fun Enrichment), 7/9-8/9 five week program
Price range sliding scale $125-700
8:30-4pm, grade 1-9.
Various locations depending on age, Epiphany School near Shawmut T stop has all age groups, St. Mary's in Upham's Corner has grade 1-5.
-YES (Youth Enrichment in Sports)
Age 9-12 outdoor adventure week long sessions, include kayaking, mountain biking, rock climbing, fishing.
Applications open in May, email firstname.lastname@example.org
-Hill House Summer Camp: www.hillhouseboston.org
Kiddie Kamp 3-5 yrs 8:30am-1:30 pm, $305/week. 10 wks.
Day camp (w/ field trips) 5-12 yrs. 9am-4pm $425/wk, extended day 8 am-5:30 pm $595/wk.
Art, swim, sports, etc. In Beacon Hill.
Register now, paperwork deadline June 1.
***Flyers available included these:
At U. Mass Boston. Age 8-12, inclusion camp (50%)
July 5- Aug 3, M-F 8:30-2 pm. Free after $25 registration fee, provides breakfast, lunch, snacks and camp gear; transportation options available
-Download application at www.amb.edu/csde
or email email@example.com
Applications due by March 23.
-Sportsmen's Tennis and Fitness Camp: www.sportsmenstennis.org
6/25-8/24, 9am-5 pm full day (drop off at 8:30 am); also half day AM or PM options. Week cost ranged from $195-295 depending on age +/- level of practice
-"What is Community" program for ESL students entering grade 2-3 in fall 2018, at Blackstone Innovation School in South End, M-R 8:30am-2:45 pm, breakfast and lunch included. Free. Focus on educational field trips and writing a book about their experience.
Applications start ~mid March, deadline to apply May 15
Apply via http://www.ibaboston.org/afterschool-summer-learning/
***Not summer camp but good opportunities:
-YES Track and Field: www.yeskids.org
age 4-14 summer track and field sessions
-Metro Lacrosse: www.metrolacrosse.com
Nonprofit free program, equipment provided, no experience necessary. 3rd-8th grade. At Franklin Field.
Spring season 4/2-6/9. 6pm-7:30 pm, girls Mon and Wed, boys Tu and Thurs
I will put the flyers on the Mather Parent Council bulletin board on Thurs March 1 also