Every Day Away Camp

1100 Broadway St. | New Orleans

Every Day Away is an entirely new summer day camp concept, brought to you by Kidcam, the region’s most trusted name in children’s summer camps. Located in Uptown New Orleans near Tulane, campers will get off campus every day as they enjoy new destinations and surprising excursions. Boredom is banished with these daily field trips, giving campers a chance for creative exploration and exciting adventures around every turn.

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-June 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 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 website.

Kehoe-France Day Camp

720 Elise Ave. | Metairie
25 Patricia Drive | Covington


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, 8 weeks old (by June 1) through 13 years of age at the Metairie campus, and 6 months through 13 years at the Covington campus. 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.

Kidcam Summer Camps

Multiple Locations
877-4KIDCAM | kidcamcamps.com

Over 20 Premier Locations across Southern Louisiana for boys and girls ages 3-13 from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. for up to 11 weeks of Summer Camp. You can schedule week to week, choose only the weeks you need and attend multiple locations. Buy early and save, or pay weekly. Sibling discounts available. Free before care and affordable after care. May 23-August 5 (dates and times vary by location).

Louise S. McGehee School

2343 Prytania St. | New Orleans

The Louise S. McGehee School will be opening its gates this summer to rising Kindergarten-seventh grade girls. Their camp runs June 6-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 offer a Counselor-in-Training program, complete with new and improved activities for creative tweens/teens entering fifth 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! Girls are immersed in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) projects, music and vocal performance, sports and activities, and personalized crafts. They'll 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 Summer Gate's professional partners. Every Friday is Water Day, where campers eat snoballs, play water games, and dance like crazy! Summer Gate 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!

Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts

316 Girod St. | Mandeville
985-674-2992 | laapa.com/camp
2020 Dickory Ave., Ste. 200 | Harahan
738-3050 | laapa.com/camp

Summer Camps are held each July at Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts in New Orleans and Mandeville and provide students ages 5-16 with a choice of over 30 instrumental, vocal, and dance programs to explore. Summer music &and dance camps are an excellent way for beginners to discover which instruments/programs excite them the most. Experienced students will take their skills to the next level. Camps are limited to 25 students weekly and fill quickly. Call (985) 231-0875 to learn more or visit laapa.com/camp.

Louisiana Children’s Museum

420 Julia St. | New Orleans
266-2414 | lcm.org

The Louisiana Children’s Museum is the cool place to be this summer with themed camps that explore food, art, Vietnamese culture, theater, science and more. Weekly themed camps are designed for children ages 5-8 years.  Art camps are for children ages 7-10 years.  All summer camps are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information, call 504-266-2414. To register, visit lcm.org under “Come Play-Camps.”

 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.

Sacred Heart Summer Camp

4301 St. Charles Ave. | New Orleans

Calling all boys and girls! Sacred Heart is excited to offer for ages 1-13 Summer Fun Day Camp for girls and Sports and More Day Camp for boys. Popular camp sessions include early childhood Summer Hearts for boys and girls, Creative HeARTS, Middle School Creative Choice, Joyful Journey, Theater Camp (You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown), Sports and Cheer Camp, “I Can Be” (engineering and computer), and our kick-off to the 2016-2017 school year called Jump Start. Dates: May 31-July 15.

Ursuline’s Summer Arts and Science Camp

2635 State St. | New Orleans
866-5260 | uanola.org

Ursuline's Summer Arts and Science Camp offers a variety of fun classes in art, acting, cooking, robotics, 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 6-24, Session II is June 27-July 15, and Super Week is July 18-22. Session I and II are for girls age 3 through entering eighth grade. Super Week is for girls entering first grade through eighth grade. Camp hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Before and after care are available. Register at uanola.org. For more information, email camp@uanola.org or call 504-866-5260.

Woodlake Camp for Boys

82 Sequoia St. | Kenner
467-5899 | campwoodlake.com

Woodlake is a place where boys meet summer head-on! This day camp experience offers weekly registration and provides activities designed specifically for boys age 6-12. With daily bus transportation, lunch and gear included in tuition, Woodlake provides an all-inclusive, fun and safe alternative to the traditional summer day camp experience. Here, campers are allowed to choose many of their own activities designed to promote skill development, individual achievement and laugh-out-loud fun.