Summer Camp










 

Academy of the Sacred Heart

4521 St. Charles Ave. | New Orleans
504-269-1230 | ashrosary.org | ashsummercamp@yahoo.com

Campers will explore, create, and have fun in a nurturing environment. Many camp programs available: Day Camp for boy and girl toddler and nursery campers; Day camp for girls entering Prek-5th; Sports and More for boys entering Prek – 5th; Theatre Camps (Jungle Book for the Lower School boys and girls and You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown for boys and girls entering 6th – 9th); Creative Hearts for girls entering K – 5th; new Middle School Camps: Too Cool for School, Ceramics and Mixed Media, and Service over Self.  Academic and Enrichment Camps, Sports Camps in volleyball, basketball, and speed and conditioning.
 


Brother Martin High School

4401 Elysian Fields Ave. | New Orleans
504-283-1561 | brothermartin.com

This summer, Brother Martin will offer Crusader summer camp for boys 6-12 years old. Camp will run from June 2nd through July 11th.  Mornings will be dedicated to sports along with scheduled activities or field trips during the afternoons.  Specialty sports camps in baseball (boys 8-14 years old) and basketball (boys entering 3rd through 8th grades) will be held July 14-July18 and July 21-25, respectively. Before and after care is also available at an additional charge.
 


Jesuit High School

4133 Banks St. | New Orleans
504-251-1204 | jesuitnola.org

Jesuit offers boys ages 5-12 a full six-week Summer Day Camp Program (June 2-July 11) and two three-week Day Camp Programs (June 2-June 20; June 23-July 11). Before and after-Day Camp Care is available. Day Camps feature Field Trips, Picnics, Movies, Tours, Bowling, Kickball, Soccer, Basketball, Flag Football, Softball, Laser Tag, Water Slides, Skating, Putt Putt, and Outdoor Games. In addition to two Academic Camps (Science and Study Skills), Jesuit also offers a variety of Sports Camps, including Baseball, Basketball, Football, and Lacrosse. Parents are assured that Jesuit’s Summer Camps are well-supervised, safe, and fun. The school’s Mid-City location at Carrollton and Banks makes it accessible from anywhere in the metro region. Information, fees, and online registration forms for all of Jesuit’s Summer Camps are posted on the school’s web site.
 


Kehoe-France

720 Elise Ave. | Metairie
504-733-0472 | kehoe-france.com
25 Patricia Drive | Covington
985-892-4415 | kehoe-francens.com

Having operated since 1949, Kehoe-France Camps are one of the most experienced camps in the Metro New Orleans area and offer an ideal opportunity for boys and girls, Infants 8 weeks old (by June 1st) through 13 years of age. 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. The camps and staff provide each camper the advantage of adventure, fun, growth and education to ensure every camper enjoys all the activities for a memorable, fun-filled summer in a safe and secure environment.
 


Louise S. McGehee

2343 Prytania St. | New Orleans
504-561-1224 | mcgeheeschool.com | mcgeheeschool.com/school-life/summer-at-mcgehee

Summer at McGehee is all about girls! Featuring: Curious Jane — hands-on, project-based classes that give girls the opportunity to explore design, building and science in a fun, creative environment. Weekly Sessions: June 2-July 18curiousjanecamp.com; Sports Camps — Week long sessions in June and August featuring McGehee’s Varsity coaches (soccer, volleyball, basketball, cross country) mcgeheeschool.com/schoollife/summeratmcgehee; Summergate – End your summer on a high note! A camp musical, arts and crafts, sports activities, water games, field trips and teamwork challenges will fill your daughter’s days at Summergate. July 21-August 8
 


Louisiana Children’s Museum

420 Julia St. | New Orleans
504-266-2412 | lcm.org
 
Enjoy a safe, fun and educational camp environment at the Louisiana Children’s Museum for children ages 5 to 8 with a wide variety of week-long camps. Take a voyage into space for an out of this world experience!  Become a junior paleontologist, discover your inner mad scientist, explore everything circles and dots, and much more!  All summer camps are from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.  For more information, contact Grace Connors at 504-266-2412. To register, visit lcm.org under “Come Play-Camps.”
 


Metairie Park Country Day

300 Park Road | Metairie
504-849-3188 | countrydaycreativearts.com

Creative Arts & Much More!  This extraordinary summer arts program takes place June 16 through July 18. 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.  
 


St. Martin’s Episcopal School

225 Green Acres Rd. | Metairie
504-733-0353 | stmsaints.com

St. Martin’s Episcopal School, a co-ed, early childhood through grade 12 independent school provides a challenging, college-preparatory education focused on development of the whole child. And this summer at St. Martin’s, camp opportunities exist for all ages! For the youngest campers (2-3 years), Summer Cottage Camp provides a nurturing environment and numerous developmentally appropriate activities both indoors and out: arts/crafts, water play, music, body movement and more. For ages 4-14, Summer Theme Campers will swim everyday and discover new talents in performing arts, health & fitness, and visual arts. St. Martin’s offers four Athletic Camps: Baseball, Basketball, Sports Academy, and Top Gun Sports; and several Science/Enrichment camps for boys and girls entering 1-9 grades.
 


St. Mary’s Dominican High School

7701 Walmsley Ave. | New Orleans
865-9401 x4129 | stmarysdominican.org | mwomble@stmarysdominican.org

Join the fun at Dominican! Jumpin’ for Joy June bug campers (completed grades 1-4) experience days of jazzy activities such as Arts and Crafts, Cheerleading, Bibleosity, Music and more! DominiCampers (completed grades 4-8) enjoy activities such as cooking, jewelry making, dance, math mania, science exploration, drama and arts and crafts.

DominiCampers are offered Sports and Specialized Camps, too! Supervised by Dominican’s coaching staff, sports campers receive sport-specific instruction and skill development for softball, basketball, volleyball and soccer. Specialized camps taught by Dominican masters of art, music, robotics and drama bring talented campers center stage as they cultivate their crafts.


 

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