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Key: Green is no-cost; Purple means low-cost; Red means the registration deadline has passed. Please reach out directly to the program's contact to confirm.
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School/Program NameContact/InfoType of ProgrammingDates/TimesLocationArea/NeighborhoodCostTransportationMealsAttireWhat makes your program jazzy?DeadlinesMore Info
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Bodine School901 754 1800Summer Reading Program (Orton-Gillingham Method)June 5-29; 8:30am-12:00pm, 4 days per weekBodine SchoolGermantown$1,000NoOrton-Gillingham trained teachers provide a multisensory approach to reading, spelling, and writing in classes of 10 students per teacher. Bodine School serves students with dyslexia.May 1, 2017http://www.bodineschool.org/Summer
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Briarcrest Christian SchoolJana McCormick, BriarCamp Coordinator, jrmccormick@briarcrest.comBriarCamp Summer Day Camp & XTRA CampJune 5-July 28; 7:00am-6:00pm weekdaysBriarcrest Christian School Houston Levee and East Memphis campusesCollierville and East Memphisvaries; regular weekly rate $180NoCampers bring a sack lunch and drink. Snacks are provided for campers twice daily.Day camp includes action-packed activities such as foosball, ping pong, arts & crafts, and weekly field trips. XTRA camps include Cheer Camp, Speed and Agility training, Kid's Kung Foo Camp, Spy Science Camp, and Jedi Training.https://briarcrest.myschoolapp.com/ftpimages/767/download/download_2275430.pdf
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Central Learning CenterJay Foster, School Age Coordinator, 901 255 8133Summer Day CampMay 30-August 2; 7:00am-6:00pm weekdaysCentral Learning CenterCollierville$170/weekFor field tripsMorning and afternoon snack are provided; campers should bring their own lunchesTennis shoes are recommendedAll-inclusive summer day camp that includes 2 weekly field trips, arts, crafts, sports, science offered weekly, swimming every Monday at a private pool, field trip t-shirts, chapel every Friday. Sign up for the entire summer, or choose the individual weeks that work for you.http://www.centrallearningcenter.com/summer-day-camp-17
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City of Memphis Summer Day Camp901 576 4203Summer Day CampJune 12-July 28VariesVaries$162/ Discounted rate $81/ Nonresident rate $324 for entire summer. Early arrival/activity fee extra.Lunch is providedNeighborhood-based camps provide programming for ages 5-12 and 13-15 (Teen Camps). Discounted rate available for those receiving government assistance; rate is for entire summer.June 2, 2017http://www.memphistn.gov/Government/ParksNeighborhoods/SummerDayCamps.aspx
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Girls Inc.LDT Center: 901 527 4475 (Tameka or Leslie); South Park Center: 901 743 8068 (Megan or Crystal)Summer Camps for GirlsStrong: June 5-16; Smart: June 19-30; Bold: July 10-21. 8:30 AM-4:30 PM with before & aftercare availableGirls Inc. LDT Center (38107) and South Park Center (38111)Uptown/East MemphisOne session: $75 members/$125 new members; Three sessions: $200/$325 (sliding scale available)All-girls camp for ages 6-18 encourages the qualities of Strong, Smart, and Bold in campers.http://www.girlsincmemphis.org/images/stories/PDFs/2017_Summer_Camp_Flyer.pdf
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Harding AcademyJane Iley, iley.jane@hardingacademymemphis.orgSummer Day, Sports, and LEAP CampsJune 5-August 4; 7:00am-6:00pm weekdaysHarding Academy Cordova and East campusesCordova and East Memphis (2 locations)$185/week; no financial aid availableNoNo; campers must bring a sack lunch and snacksCampers are to be dressed neatly and modestlyI Love 901 Summer Day Camp: different activities each week include a field trip, swimming, and special guest speakers. Campers will learn while playing games and doing experiments. Focus emphasizes simple acts of kindness each day in our homes, neighborhoods, and community.May 1 for 50% off registration; registration ends May 8www.hardinglions.org/leap
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Knowledge QuestKnowledge Quest Main Office & Gaston Park: 901 942 1512; Knowledge Quest College Park: 901 672 7462Summer CampJune 12-July 21, 9 AM-3 PM (before/aftercare available)Knowledge Quest (590 Jennette Pl), Knowledge Quest College Park (990 College Park Dr), Knowledge Quest Gaston Park (1048 S. Third)South Memphis$65 before May 31; $80 after. Discount available for multiple children. Before/aftercare extraSTEM, urban agriculture, trips, visual arts, and other activities to inspire discovery and stop summer learning lossRegistration cost increases June 1info@kqmemphis.org
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Kroc Center Memphis901 729 8007Summer CampsvariesKroc CenterMidtown$120-$135/session; Kroc members receive a 20% discountRegister by the Wednesday before each session starts to avoid a late feehttp://www.krocmemphis.org/youth-activities/camps-afterschool/
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Memphis Public Library901 415 2760Summer EnrichmentvariesvariesvariesFreeNoLunch and snacksAll campers will receive a t-shirt and drawstring backpackMay 8, 2017http://www.memphislibrary.org/teens/summer-camps/
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Memphis Zoo901.333.6576Zoo CampMay 30-August 4Memphis Zoo MidtownPer week: $170/members; $199/non-membersNoParents must provide a non-refrigerated, non-microwaveable lunchCampers will explore the fascinating world of animals while participating in fun games, crafts, tours, keeper chats, live animal visits, and more. Programming varies by week and age group.Registrations by May 1 receive one free camp T-shirt per camperhttps://www.memphiszoo.org/zoocamp
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MTR (Memphis Teacher Residency) CampCandace Obadina, candace@memphistr.org, 901-937-4691Academic Summer CampJune 19-July 22 (closed July 4)Cornerstone Prep - Lester and Kingsbury ElementaryBinghampton and Graham Heights$20/child for entire summerNoBreakfast and lunch are providedT-shirt, shorts, gym shoesMTR Camp is a summer enrichment experience that benefits students in MTR partner elementary schools as well as college interns in their exploration of urban education as a career choice. MTR Camp has the goal of reducing "summer slide" learning loss and promoting a love for learning. Camp is an exciting, high-energy mix of reading and math instruction with character development and art enrichment. For residents of Binghampton and Graham Heights.www.MTRCamp.org
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Nexus Summer STEM Camp901 612 0766Summer CampsJune 26-50Nexus STEM AcademyFree (first come, first serve)https://maebennett.wufoo.com/forms/z14fl7m3078pne2/
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SCS Camp Treetops901 416 8484Summer CampJune 5-16, July 3-14A. Maceo Walker (June) and Craigmont High (July)variesFreeNoBreakfast, lunch, and snacks are providedThe purpose of Camp Treetops is to introduce participants to fun activities that each and strengthen skills that foster resilience as the foundation for "bouncing back" from difficult life circumstances. Camp leaders are SCS licensed school mental health professionals.Registration limited to 50 campers per session
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SCS Promotional Summer School901 416 7622Academic Credit RecoveryvariesvariesvariesFreehttp://www.scssummerschool.com
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SCS Superintendent's Summer Learning Academies901 416 5300Specialized Instruction & Enrichment for RTI Levels II & III Students and High School Bridge ProgramJune 12-July 21; 8am-3pm with extended day from 7am-6pmvaries--see websitevaries--see websiteFreeNoYes4/10/2017; Please contact office directly as more spots may open up.http://www.scsk12.org/summerlearning/
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Shelby Farms Nature, Adventure, and Equestrian Campsinfo@shelbyfarmspark.org; 901-222-7275Summer CampsJune; week-long sessions varyShelby Farms ParkEast Memphis$180 for park members; $200 for nonmembers; $355/$390 for equestrian campRegistration fee includes lunch and snacksActivewearhttp://shelbyfarmspark.org/summercamps
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St. George's Independent SchoolBen Todd, Director of Summer Programs, 901 457 2049, btodd@sgis.orgCamp Gryphon day camp for rising grades PK-5; specialty camps; counselor-in-training program for rising grades 6-9 at Camp GryphonJune 5-August 4St. George's Germantown and Collierville campusesGermantown, ColliervilleCamp Gryphon day camp is $185/week; cost of specialty camps varyBetween Germantown and Collierville campusesMeals not provided; some camps offer snacksIn most cases, shorts, t-shirts, and comfortable shoes are the preferred attire.St. George's Independent School's expansive summer camp program features more than 100 specialty camps, including STEM, ACT Bootcamp, performing and fine arts, cooking, gymnastics, yoga, Minecraft, LEGO, cheer, Woods and Water camp-out, and adventure trips to Colorado, North Carolina, and historic sites around Memphis.http://www.sgis.org/page.cfm?p=5813
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The Natural Learning SchoolDirector Dalila Early, 901 355 5034 or Dalila@nlsmemphis.comSummer Day CampJune 5-July 28Natural Learning CenterMidtown/Cooper-YoungvariesSnack provided by enrolled families on a rotating basis; campers should bring their own lunchesCampers should wear something they can get dirtyNatural Learning School is a Reggio-inspired school, and the camp will provide a great time building, reading, and engaging in imaginative play to campers. They will also get messy working with art materials and digging in the dirt. We believe in natural materials, the importance of art, and as much time outside as weather permits.
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Westminster AcademyAnne Leigh Garrett, Summer Camp Director, agarrett@wamemphis.comSummer CampsvariesWestminster AcademyEast MemphisvariesNoCampers should bring their own water bottle.Comfortable play clothes; please avoid short shorts, mid-rise shirts, and inappropriate graphics on shirts.There is a wide range of camps offered for students in K-12th including sports, art, theater, music, and science.www.wamemphis.com/summercamp
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YMCA MemphisDepends on site--see website for detailsSummer Campsvariesvariesvaries$115/week; $75 registration fee waived for YMCA membersEach week has a theme--see website for details. YMCA summer programming is a well-established tradition.http://www.ymcamemphis.org/our-programs/summer-camp/
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