Summer Camps

Academy of the Sacred Heart
4521 Saint Charles Ave.
New Orleans
504-269-1230
www.ashrosary.org
Come spend your summer at the Academy of the Sacred Heart Summer Camps. ASH Summer Camps allow each camper the opportunity to explore, create, and have fun in a nurturing environment. Four camp programs are available: Day Camps, Arts Camps, Academic and Enrichment Camps and Sports Camps. Summer Day Camp for girls: Toddler-9th grade and boys: K-9th grade.

Arden Cahill Academy’s Camp Corral
3101 Wall Blvd.
Gretna
504-392-0902
www.ardencahillacademy.com
Have a “whale” of a summer on our 12-acre country campus! Horseback riding, swimming, art, theater, sports, game room, petting farm, computers, study classes, field days, dances, fishing, boating, camp-out, archery and riflery. June 4-August 10. Camper’s ages 4-14. Call for information about full summer, session and family discounts. Credit cards accepted.

Camp Point Clear
1281 Riva Lake Rd.
Tennessee
504-837-0962
www.camppointclear.com
Are you searching for a great, old-fashioned summer camp that has everything to offer your daughter? From waterskiing, sailing, and arts & crafts to daily evening activities, CPC epitomizes the summer camp experience. Girls aged 7-16 are bused from NOLA to rustic Winchester, TN for a 3.5 week “campcation,” where they forge new friendships and participate in adventurous outings, such as whitewater rafting, rappelling, and ziplining. CPC will open for the 2012 session June 10.

Christian Brothers
8 Friederichs Ave.
New Orleans
504-486-6770
www.cbs-no.org
Christian Brothers Summer Camp is open to girls and boys entering grades 3-7. Divided into three 2-week sessions, our City Park campus provides numerous playing fields, and our Cultural Center accommodates sustained activity during inclement weather. Also, students desiring academics can enjoy exciting classroom programs. Fieldtrips: Zephyrs game, lasertag, bowling, City Park amusements, Palace movies, and skating. On-campus events: Healthy Snacks program, Reptile program, Live Music program, Saints Junior Training Camp, and more.

Jesuit High School
4133 Banks St., New Orleans
504-486-6631
www.jesuitnola.org
Jesuit offers boys ages 5-12 a full 6-week Summer Day Camp Program (June 4-July 13) and two 3-week Day Camp Programs (June 4-22; June 25-July 13). Before- and after-Day Camp Care is available. Activities feature field trips, picnics, movies, tours, bowling, kickball, soccer, basketball, flag football, softball, lasertag, water slides, skating, putt putt, and outdoor games.  Academic Camps: Science and Study Skills Sports Camps: Baseball, Basketball, Football, Lacrosse, Soccer, Track & Field, and Wrestling.

Kehoe-France
720 Elise Ave.
Metairie
504-733-0472
www.kehoe-france.com

25 Patricia Drive
Covington
985-892-4415
www.kehoe-francens.com
Having operated since 1949, Kehoe-France Camps are the oldest and most experienced camps in metro New Orleans. There are two Kehoe-France Day Camp sites consisting of 14 acres in Metairie and 12 acres in Covington. We provide swimming pools, tennis courts, BB range, gymnasium, indoor activity center, several pavilions, arts and crafts, ceramics lab, computer lab, and numerous playing fields. A canoe/kayak experience is offered to our older campus at Red Wolf Wilderness Adventures.

Louise S. McGehee
2343 Prytania St.
New Orleans
504-561-1224
www.mcgeheeschool.com or www.mcgeheeschool.com/school-life/summer-at-mcgehee
Summer at McGehee is all about girls. The perfect summer adventure for your daughter is closer than you think! Featuring Kindergate and Curious Jane (June 4-29) and Summergate (July 23-August 10). Open to local girls, Pre-K - 5. Kindergate and Summergate feature the arts, science, sports and drama while under the care of experienced, fun-loving teachers. Curious Jane is a project-based camp offering classes like Wired 101, Toy Design, Life Science, and more.

Metairie Park Country Day
300 Park Road
Metairie
504-849-3188
www.countrydaycreativearts.com
Creative Arts & Much More! This extraordinary summer arts program takes place June 11 through July 13. Youngsters, ages 7-14, will participate in five classes from over 50 choices in the visual arts, performing arts and sports. Professional artists who design unique projects meant to immerse each child in the exploration of their own ideas guide students. A grand community arts festival culminates this daily celebration of the creative spirit.

Mount Carmel Academy
7027 Milne Blvd.
New Orleans
504-288-7626
www.mcacubs.com
Mount Carmel Academy Summer Camp 2012 will feature specialty camp offerings for 5th to 9th grade girls and junior camp offering for 2nd to 5th grade girls in academic and life skills, arts, theatre, athletics, cheer, and dance. Campers will be given the opportunity to develop their God-given talents through academic and co-curricular programs.

New Orleans Dance Academy
5956 Magazine St.
New Orleans
504-899-3780
www.neworleansdanceacademy.com
Saturday Dance Camps in June for 3- to 7-year-olds include ballet class, ballet videos, snack time, art,and age appropriate studies related to dance.  Weekday workshops in July for 8- to 16-year-olds offer ballet, flamenco, yoga, jazz or modern dance as well as dance videos and a final awards luncheon.  All programs end with a performance in the studio for family and friends.

St. George’s Episcopal School
923 Napoleon Ave.
New Orleans
504-891-5509
www.stgeorgesepiscopal.com
www.castletree.net
St. George’s is pleased to offer a variety of summer camps for all ages including Castletree, a traditional day camp for pre-K through 6th graders; Dragon Camp for 1- to 3-year-olds; and Tree House Players theatre camp for 3rd through 8th graders. Activities include arts and crafts, water play, sports, music, cooking and more.

St. Louis King of France
1600 Lake Ave.
Metairie
504-833-8224
www.slkfschool.com
Camp Crusader “Fun in the Sun for Everyone.” Weekly sessions from May 29th-July 27th. Boys and Girls entering PK4-7th grade. On-site swimming pool, arts & crafts, sports, science & computer fun. On-site presentations from the Louisiana Children’s Museum, Audubon Zoo, Aquarium, Insectarium, Posh Paint Pub, Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, Rolling Video Games Express, Putt Putt Games, Save Our Lake, and much, much more!

St. Martin’s Episcopal School
225 Green Acres Rd.
Metairie
504-733-0353
www.stmsaints.com
St. Martin’s Episcopal School, whose motto since 1947 is “Faith, Scholarship, Service,” stands on the long tradition of Episcopal education. St. Martin’s provides a superior co-ed college preparatory education to students ages two through 12th grade. The genius of St. Martin’s is the integration of mind, body and spirit. Those who learn, worship, play sports and serve others together, learn the value of community and of relationships.

Please visit our unmatched 18-acre campus and take a personal, customized tour to see how we prepare students for success in college and in life through faith, scholarship and service.

Ursuline Academy Summer Arts Camp
2635 State St.
New Orleans
504-931-0999
mschneider@ursulineneworleans.org
In a nurturing environment, girls will explore the creative and performing arts. The talented and dedicated staff, as well as visiting artists, will engage, inspire and challenge your child with classes offered in art, acting, singing, cooking, cheer and dance, ceramics, computer, fashion design, sewing, music, science, swimming, sports, tumbling and more! For girls entering Toddler-3 through 8th Grade.

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