Summer Camps

Academy of the Sacred Heart Summer Camp

4521 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans
504-269-1213
ASHRosary.org/SummerCamp
 

Calling all boys and girls ages 1 through 13! Sacred Heart is excited to offer Summer Fun Day Camp for girls and Sports ‘N More Day Camp for boys. Popular sessions include Creative HeARTS, Middle School Creative Choice, ASH Theater Camp (Junie B. Jones, The Musical), Cheer Camp, Sports Clinics and their school year kick-off Jump Start. Lunch is included in the tuition, and before and after-care arise available for all camps June 5–July 20, 2018. Campers ages 1 through 13. $225-275 per week (depending camp choice).
 

Cabrini High School

1400 Moss St., New Orleans
504-482-1193
CabriniHigh.com/Camp

Join Cabrini for a summer of fun! Camp Cabrini offers five sessions of activities including swimming, sewing, cooking, STEM, athletics, dance, cheer, games, arts and craft, painting, drama, kickball, jewelry making and more for girls and boys entering grades 1-7! Plus, camps and clinics that explore a variety of sports and the performing arts including drama, singing, instrumental music and movement! Camps begin May 28 and run through July 26. Before and after care is available.
 

Ecole Bilingue Le Camp d’été

821 General Pershing St., New Orleans
504-896-4500
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.
 

Lil’ Yats Art Studio

202 W. Harrison Ave., New Orleans
504-214-3442
LilYats.com

Come explore your creativity and imagination during camp at Lil’ Yats. They have weeks devoted to all kinds of makers and creators. From puppetry to slime, it’ll be a grand time at Camp Yats! Sessions begin in June and run through August. Camp days are 9 a.m.-2 p.m. with option of aftercare 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Email LilYatsArtPlay@gmail.com to reserve a spot for your Lil’ Yat(s)! $70 a day / $325 a week (Aftercare is $12 an hour).
 

Louise S. McGehee School

2343 Prytania St., New Orleans
504-561-1224
McGeheeSchool.com/Summer

This all-girls summer day camp aims to foster leadership and inclusion. They believe that summer is a time for personal exploration and growth in all girls, and their dedicated staff of McGehee teachers and alumnae work tirelessly to create an academically-engaging environment that promotes problem-solving and independent thinking, all while reveling in the good times. They are small by design (lowest student-teacher ratio in town!), allowing them to customize each camper’s experience so that they can maximize their summer fun! Weekly registration available from June 18 to August 4 (no camp week of July 4), with Extended Care available from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Campers will enjoy daily morning activities in Wacky Science, Broad Beats (performance), Makerspace and S.A.S.S. (Sports and Silly Stuff). Parents and campers can choose a personalized afternoon adventure via one of the exciting 90-minute Afternoon Stream Options. Enjoy dress-up days, water play every Friday and all the exciting fun you’ve come to expect from Summer at McGehee. Please visit McGeheeSchool.com/summer for more details and to register today!
 

Louisiana Children’s Museum
LCM Summer Camp

420 Julia St., New Orleans
504-523-1357
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, science, fitness and more! Design a floor plan, orbit the planets and explore the galaxies. Whip up culinary creations; create, design and innovate inventions; or dig into the past and search for fossils. Learning has never been more fun!
 

Love Swimming: Swim and Camp Prep

5221 S. Front St., New Orleans
504-891-4662
LoveSwimming.com

Make sure your child is ready for camp, swim tests and summer vacation by enrolling today! Love Swimming is the premier swim school of New Orleans where the main focus is teaching children 6 months and up how to swim in an enjoyable and effective way! The facility contains two heated indoor saltwater pools making lessons comfortable and possible whether rain or shine. Classes are taught by experienced, patient and fun instructors who intend to keep your child safe and engaged.
 

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

925 Camp St., New Orleans
504-539-9608
OgdenMuseum.org/Camps

Through the Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s series of small, specialized camps, kids in grades 2 through 12 can explore fashion design, photography, painting, printmaking, puppetry, mixed media and more! Each session draws inspiration from Southern works of art and gives campers the chance to learn from professional artists in a unique museum setting. In celebration of each session, family and friends are invited to a final show or gallery exhibition showcasing camper artwork. Space is limited, register today to reserve your camper’s spot!
 

St. Martin’s Episcopal School

225 Green Acres Road, Metairie
504-736-9925
StMSaints.com/SummerCamp

St. Martin’s offers three summer programs for children ages 18 months to 14 years old: Summer Day Camp, Theatre Camp, and George Cottage Summer Camp. StM’s Summer Day Camp (ages 4-13) programming includes American Red Cross swim instruction, a Carnival, the Culminating Show, yoga, scuba, sports, arts and more! Older campers may attend a Teen Trek Orlando in July. An Uptown shuttle is available. Rising second graders to rising high school sophomores will take the stage with two magical performances of Willy Wonka Jr. at StM Theatre Camp. At George Cottage Summer Camp (ages 18 months-3 years), each session is filled with music and movement classes, yoga, soccer, water play and more!
 

St. Mary’s Dominican High School Fun and Variety at Dominican’s Summer Camps

7701 Walmsley Ave., New Orleans
504-518-5004
StMarysDominican.org

St. Mary’s Dominican High School Summer camps, voted Best of Summer Camps in the Pint-Sized NOLA’s Best of the 504 Winners, offer fun and variety for girls to explore the arts, science and sports. Camps start June 4: Jumpin’ for Joy (girls entering grades 2-5), DominiCamp (grades 5-9); specialized camps of Band, Drama and Studio Art; sports camps for Basketball, Soccer, Softball and Volleyball. All camps, except soccer and softball camps, on campus. Before and after care available. Visit Summer Programs at StMarysDominican.org. For more information, contact Camp Director Meg Womble at 518-5004 or mwomble@stmarysdominican.org.
 

Trinity Episcopal Camp Trinity

1315 Jackson Ave., New Orleans
504-525-8661 ext. 761
TrinityNola.org

Camp Trinity offers 30+ specialty week-long full and half-day camps. Camps are led by Trinity faculty and staff and include a variety of options for students ranging in age from 18 months through eighth grade. Summer camp runs over four consecutive weeks in June and for two full weeks and one partial week in August. Before and after camp care is available from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day for campers ages 5 and older. Visit tinyurl.com/CampTrinityBrochure2018 to see the brochure of camp descriptions or contact Chris Core, Camp Trinity Director, at ccore@trinitynola.com for more information.
 

Ursuline Academy Camp U

2635 State St., New Orleans
504-861-9150
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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