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Camp Trinity

1315 Jackson Ave. | New Orleans
670-2566
TrinityNola.com/summer-camp


Camp Trinity offers more than 30 specialty camps each June and August. Camps are led by Trinity faculty and staff and include a variety of options for students ranging from grades Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Their summer camp runs over four consecutive weeks in June and for two full weeks and one partial week in August. It includes both half- and full-day scheduling options. Before and after camp care is available from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day.


Chapelle Summer Camp for Girls

8800 Veterans Memorial Blvd.Metairie
467-3105 | ArchbishopChapelle.org


Join the Chapelle Chipmunks for a summer of fun! This year, they’re offering a variety of camps to choose from including baking, theatre, athletics, cheerleading, art, dance, photography, jewelry making, spy games and themed dress-up days, to name a few. Daughters and parents alike will love camps that promote a healthy mind, body and spirit while offering enrichments in art, athletics, leadership, music, public speaking, STEM and theatre. Acorn and Summer Camp is June 5-30, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Acorn Camp is open to first through third graders; Summer Camp is open to fourth through seventh graders. Each week of camp runs $80-150. Before and after care is available.


Every Day Away Camp

1100 Broadway St.
New Orleans
274-1404 | EveryDayAway.camp


Every Day Away is a summer day camp concept brought to you by 43-year summer camp experts: Kidcam Camps. Campers entering third through eighth grade won’t stay put with these daily field trips, giving campers a chance for creative exploration and exciting adventures around every turn.  Excursions include: Gulf Islands Water Park, Jellystone Park, White Sands Lake Day Beach and so much more! Register for up to eight weekly sessions (June 5-August 4) departing from Uptown near Tulane and Kidcam City Park.


LCM Summer Camp

420 Julia St. | New Orleans
523-1357
LCM.org/come-play/camps


The Louisiana Children’s Museum is the cool place to play this summer with weekly themed camps that explore food, art, theater, science, fitness and more!  Star in a circus, orbit the planets and explore the galaxies. Plant a mini garden, design treasures using recycled materials or be a paleontologist and dig for fossils. Learning has never been more fun!


Le Camp d’été

821 General Pershing St.
New Orleans
896-4500 | EBNola.net


Join Ecole Bilingue for a fun filled French summer camp where children will learn the art of French cuisine, the joy of chanter (singing) and l’amour de la scene (theatre)! Camp is open to all children and French language background is not required. Give your child the experience of a lifetime by learning about French culture in a small group experience with a highly trained staff. For more information, visit EBNola.net or email summercamp@ebnola.com.


Louise S. McGehee School

2343 Prytania St. | New Orleans
561-1224
McGeheeSchool.com/summer


Louise S. McGehee School will be opening its gates this summer to rising Kindergarten through seventh grade girls. Their camp runs from June 6 to August 5, with flexible weekly registration. New experiences, new projects, new friends, new fun! All girls (rising Kindergarten through fourth grade) from the New Orleans community are invited to attend! They also have a Counselor-in-Training program, complete with new and improved activities for creative tweens and teens entering fifth grade through seventh grade. They offer girl-powered fun that aims to foster leadership and inclusion. All sessions are led by McGehee teachers, alumnae and students in an academically-engaging environment that promotes problem-solving and independent thinking, not to mention seriously good fun! Their girls are immersed in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) projects, music and vocal performance, sports and activities and personalized crafts. They also enjoy special interest sessions such as yoga, Lego works, pet training, pottery, jewelry making and more. Parents can also opt to sign their daughters up for exciting afternoon enrichment add-ons from their  professional partners.  Every Friday is Water Day, where campers eat snoballs, play water games and dance like crazy! Summer at McGehee  is all about summer fun for girls! Visit McGeheeSchool.com/summer or contact Camp Director Julee LaPorte (juleel@mcgeheeschool.com) for all the exciting details!


Ogden Museum Summer Camps

925 Camp St. | New Orleans
539-9608
OgdenMuseum.org/camps

Nurture the creativity within your child in an environment where budding artists will draw inspiration from a variety of celebrated Southern works of art! The Ogden Museum presents a series of small, specialized camps guided by professional artists and museum educators in a unique museum setting. Younger campers will explore fine arts techniques such as drawing, painting, printmaking and mixed-media, while older campers will have the opportunity to focus on applied arts such as fashion design and photography. Each session culminates in a final show or gallery exhibition celebrated with family and friends. Camps start June 12 and run through August 4, and are for students in second through 12th grade. For more information and to register visit OgdenMuseum.org/camps or contact the education department at (504) 539-9608 or ebalkin@ogdenmuseum.org.


Sacred Heart Summer Camp

4301 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans
269-1230
AshRosary.org/summercamp


Calling all boys and girls! Sacred Heart is excited to offer Summer Fun Day Camp for girls and Sports ‘N’ More for boys – ages 1 through 13. Popular camp sessions include our early childhood Summer Hearts for boys and girls, Creative Hearts for girls, Middle School Creative Choice, Theater Camp (Schoolhouse Rock), Cheer Camp, Sports Clinics, Enrichment,and new this year ACT/PSAT/SAT Prep Course for grades 10-12. Dates: May 30-July 14, 2017.


Splendor Farms

27329 Mill Creek Road | Bush
(985) 886-3747
SplendorFarms.com


Splendor Farms is a girls-only horse/farm camp designed to give girls an opportunity to learn cooperation, self-confidence and teamwork through hands-on instruction on a real working farm. They will not only learn the basics of horsemanship, but also enjoy many other activities, including field trips to other farms, arts and crafts, swimming and cooking lessons. Also, guest speakers on various subjects like Equine Digestion & Nutrition & Equine Dentistry! Day camps and overnight camps are offered.


St. Mary’s Dominican High School

7701 Walmsley Ave.
New Orleans
518-5004
StMarysDominican.org/summer-programs


Fun and variety at Dominican’s Summer Camps 2017! Summer camps for girls at St. Mary’s Dominican High School start Monday, June 5. All camps, except soccer and softball camps, are at Dominican’s main campus, 7701 Walmsley Ave. Visit Summer Programs at StMarysDominican.org. Before and after care available. For more information, contact Camp Director Meg Womble at (504) 518-5004 or email mwomble@stmarysdominican.org. June 5-23: Jumpin’ for Joy and Dominicamp. Sports Camps: Volleyball, Basketball, Softball and Soccer. Specialized Camps: Band, Studio Art and DominiTech.


STM Summer Camp

225 Green Acres Road | Metairie
736-9911
StMSaints.com/summercamp


St. Martin’s offers summer programs for children 8 weeks to 14 years old. Summer Day Camp programming includes American Red Cross swim instruction, the culminating talent show, visits from the Saints’ and Pelicans’ Junior Training Camps, yoga, scuba, sports, arts, drama and much more! St. Martin’s Theatre campers will learn about the acting process, while building self-confidence and problem solving skills. Campers will take the stage with two performances of The Wizard of Oz on June 23. For more info visit StMSaints.com/summercamp.


Ursuline Academy Camp U

2635 State St. | New Orleans
861-9150 | UANola.org


Ursuline Academy presents Camp U, with five individual camp styles to mix and match with your interests! Camp Invention empowers girls to take on fun challenges emphasizing STEM, creative problem-solving, collaboration and entrepreneurship. Camp Create offers fun classes in art, acting, singing, cooking, sewing, music, swimming and more! Camp ROAR and MANE Camp are for reading and math enrichment so girls can strengthen their academic skills. Camp of Champions includes volleyball, softball, basketball, running, cheer, tennis and soccer.

 

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