Summer Camps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Academy of the Sacred Heart
4521 St. Charles Ave. | New Orleans
269-1230 | ashrosary.org
ashsummercamp@ashrosary.org

Calling all boys and girls! Sacred Heart is excited to offer Summer Fun Day Camp for girls, and Sports and More Day Camp for boys. Other popular camps include early childhood day camp, Summer Hearts for boys and girls, Creative HeARTS, Lower School Theater (Seussical, Jr.), Upper School Theater (The Little Mermaid), Ceramics, Sports Camps and the kick-off to the 2015-’16 school year, Jump Start I and Jump Start II; June 8-July 24.


Jesuit High School
4133 Banks St. | New Orleans
251-1204 | jesuitnola.org

Jesuit offers boys ages 5-12 a full six-week Summer Day Camp Program (June 1-July 10) and two three-week Day Camp Programs (June 1-19; June 22-July 10). 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 three Academic Camps (Robotics, Science and Study Skills), Jesuit also offers a variety of Sports Camps, including Baseball, Basketball, Football and Soccer. Parents are assured that Jesuit’s Summer Camps are well-supervised, safe and fun. The school’s Mid-City location at Carrollton Avenue and Banks Street 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 website.


Kehoe-France
720 Elise Ave. | Metairie
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. Kehoe-France provides swimming pools, tennis courts, a BB range, a gymnasium, an indoor activity center, several pavilions, arts and crafts, a ceramics lab, a 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 School
2343 Prytania St. | New Orleans
561-1224 | mcgeheeschool.com

The Louise S. McGehee School will be opening its gates this summer to rising Kindergarten-5th grade girls. Current McGehee girls and other girls from the community are welcome to attend! Through enriching educational activities, campers will have the opportunity to become confident leaders. Activities include STEAM projects, musical and vocal performance, arts and crafts, sports, pet training, water games and teamwork challenges. Three 3-week sessions throughout the Summer from 8:45 a.m.-3:45 p.m.: Session 1 (June 8-26); Session 2 (July 6-24); Session 3 (July 27-Aug. 14)


Louisiana Children’s Museum
420 Julia St. | New Orleans
266-2412 | lcm.org

The Louisiana Children’s Museum is the cool place to be this summer with themed camps that explore fitness, cooking, music, art, science, Louisiana culture, financial literacy and more.  Weekly, themed camps are designed for children ages 5 to 8 years; art camps for children ages 7 to 10 years. All summer camps are from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. For more information, contact Grace Connors at 504-266-2414. To register, visit lcm.org under “Come Play-Camps.”


Metairie Park Country Day
300 Park Road | Metairie
849-3188 | countrydaycreativearts.com

Offering Creative Arts and much more, this extraordinary summer arts program takes place June 15 through July 17. 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. Parents and students enjoy our stunning arts festival which culminates this celebration of the creative spirit.


St. Martin’s Episcopal School
225 Green Acres Road | Metairie
733-0353 | stmsaints.com

St. Martin’s Episcopal School has an amazing record of excelling in academics, but in the summer we like to have a little fun and the STEAM Camp offers just that. Named for “science, technology, engineering, arts (and athletics) and math,” these camps are for superheroes, actors, rocket scientists, gamers and athletes. Children will create, learn and enjoy all summer long. To learn more about all of the summer offerings, visit stmsaints.com/steamcamp or call 504-736-9925.


St. Mary’s Dominican
High School
7701 Walmsley Ave. | New Orleans
865-9401 | stmarysdominican.org

Join the fun at St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s Summer Camps! Jumpin’ for Joy campers (completed grades 1-4) will enjoy  fun and jazzy activities, including arts and crafts, cheerleading, music and much more. Weekly themed lunch activities enhance the “Jumper” experience. DominiCampers (completed grades 4-8) enjoy a variety of activities: Do-“mini” Chefs, Jewelry Making, Dance, Math Mania, Domini-tectives, Science Exploration and Drama. Supervised by Dominican’s coaching staff, sports campers receive sport-specific instruction and skill development for basketball, soccer, softball and volleyball. Specialized camps in Band, Drama, Robotics and Studio Art bring talented campers center stage as they cultivate their crafts.


Ursuline Academy of New Orleans
2635 State St. | New Orleans
861-9150 | ursulineneworleans.org

Ursuline’s Summer Arts Camp offers a variety of fun classes in art, acting, singing, cooking, cheer and dance, music, ceramics, science, sewing, sports, swimming and more! Each session will culminate with a Fabulous Friday where campers put on performances and display art work. Super Week is an all field trip experience with age-appropriate, well-supervised activities. This action-packed week includes a variety of fun places and activities such as bowling, swimming, IMAX, skating and so much more! Session I is June 8-26, Session II is June 29-July 17 and Super Week is July 20-24. Camp hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Before and after care are available. For more information, visit ursulineneworleans.org or call 504-866-5260.

 

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