Local Summer Opportunities updated 2019
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Alexa CafeProgramming, Game Design, Robotics, 3D Modeling, Film, Web & PhotoOur all-girls experience features a unique mix of tech and social activism in a stylish, empowering setting.Weeklong courses starting the Week of June 10-14th and ending the week of July 8-12thRange between $949-$1249 for one week session.https://www.idtech.com/locations/california-summer-camps/palo-alto/alexa-cafe-palo-alto-high-school/#courses-datesPALY High School 50 Embarcadero Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94301
Art of Problem SolvingEnrichment Classes: Math and Computer ScienceIs math class too easy for you? Are you looking for a greater challenge?
You've come to the right place!
Read Books specifically designed for high-performing math students.
Take Online Classes bringing together thousands of top students to work with outstanding instructors.
Join our thriving Online Community with students, parents, and teachers from around the world.
Learn with Alcumus, our free online learning system.
Play For the Win!, a real-time math competition modeled after the MATHCOUNTS Countdown Round.
Grades 2-12
Courses will be offered in Summer 2019. Go to their website to join their mailing list and be notified when the summer course schedules are available.Online School Fees begin at $340www.artofproblemsolving.com/California Campus
11455 El Camino Real
San Diego, CA 92130
Aviation CampSummer Aviation Camp"Registration is now open for Aviation Camp. Aviation Camp is a week-long program in aviation and aerospace for campers entering Grades K-8 in Fall 2019.

Held at the Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos, Middle School students may choose from the 3 different week-long camps: Robotic Mechanics, Spaceflight Technology, or X-Plane pilot. Topics include Robotics, Circuits, Aero Design, Advanced Rocketry, Space Science, Aircraft Operations and Experimental Aircraft Design. Join us this summer for an amazing adventure!"
Dates and Times for 2019https://www.hiller.org/aviation-camp/camp-prices/https://www.hiller.org/aviation-camp/Hiller Aviation Museum
601 Skyway Rd.
San Carlos, Ca 94070
(650) 654-0200Jon Welte,
Education Programs Manager, (650) 654-0200 ext 222
Community School of music and artSummer Art CampCSMA offers over 75 Art and Music camps each year. Our camps let students explore, create and share the joy of making art, music and new friends!
Open to students ages 5-13
Full day camp sessions from 9:30am - 3:30pm
Extended day supervision available from 8:30am – 5:30pm
9 one week sessions
Variety of art themes – explore a favorite subject or learn something new!
Faculty of professional artists and arts educators
Low teacher-to-student ratio
Relaxing, safe and fun environment
Opportunities to work independently and collaborate with friends
End-of-camp exhibitions and performances
Session 1: June 24-28
Session 2: July 1-5 (no camp July 4)
Session 3: July 8-12
Session 4: July 15-19
Session 5: July 22-26
Session 6: July 29-August 2
Session 7: August 5-9
Session 8: August 12-16
Session 9: August 19-23
Sessions 1 & 3-9: $330/camp (5 days)
Session 2: $270/camp (4 days)
Morning Supervision (8:30-9:30am): $50/5 days (Session 2: $40/4 days)
Afternoon Supervision (3:30-5:30pm): $100/5days (Session 2: $80/4 days)
http://arts4all.org/camps-workshops/summer-campsFinn Center
230 San Antonio Circle
Mountain View, CA 94040
Tel: 650.917.6800info@arts4all.org
Athena CampsGirl-Centered Sports and CreativityAthena Camps is an amazing girl-powered summer day camp for girls ages 4-14. Athena Camps' mission is to inspire courage and build confidence in girls through a unique combination of athletic, creative, emotional, and social activities in a nurturing community. We help girls aged four through fourteen develop their whole selves. Athena Campers participate in sports and creative exercises to learn how to give and receive positive affirmation, make new friends, and acquire the strength and grace to be their best in every situation.Rates and Dates
Various weekly rates depending on topic and age: $275-$499http://athenacamps.com/about/Locations in Los Altos at Gardner Bullis School and San Jose Christian School info@athenacamps.comTel: 408.490.4972Junior Leadership CIT opportunity. To apply there are only three Junior Coach positions available per week per location. Upon meeting the prerequisites, register at www.AthenaCamps.com. For questions, contact info@athenacamps.com or call 408-490-4972
UC Berkeley/Bay Area Writing Project’s (BAWP) Young Writer’s CampsWriting
Young Writers Workshop grades 3 through 9: Throughout the camp day, students have extended time and opportunity to explore their writing interests, discover their strengths and learn more about the craft of writing. The camps provide in-depth writing instruction, structured writing workshop time, flexibility in writing assignments, and daily opportunities to share writing with peers. Each camp concludes with a writing celebration for family and friends.

Young Writers Camps (Incoming 3rd through 9th graders):
Variety of locations across Bay Area including Oakland, Berkeley, San Francisco, Kentfield, Walnut Creek, and San Ramos. See Writing Camp schedule for more details. 9am-12 or 1:30 pm
Dates vary per campus and course titlehttp://bawpwritingcamp.org/Many Peninsula and East Bay campus locationsbawp@berkeley.edu510-642-0971Teen Summer Writing Course descriptions
BroadreachAdventure, TravelEvery Broadreach program combines your thirst for fun and adventure with tangible skill development, real-world educational opportunities and a genuine commitment to service. We offer an array of certifications and credentials on every trip. It’s what we call “Earn & Learn,” and it’s what you’ll take home as evidence of your many accomplishments.Varies by locationPrices range for the variety of programs between 17-21 days long.
http://www.gobroadreach.com/summer-programs-for-middle-school-students.asp806 McCulloch Street, Suite 102, Raleigh, NC 27603 USAinfo@gobroadreach.com919-256-8200919-833-2129
Broadway by the BaytheatreStudents will delve into the world of theatre and stagecraft with the Bay Area’s finest teaching artists. Through an immersive and creative learning experience, participants will explore the elements of musical theatre such as singing, dancing, acting, scene study, and playwriting.Dates vary in 1 and 2 week sessions and a 6 week High School Conservatory Sessionhttp://www.broadwaybythebay.org/academyonlineregistration/http://www.broadwaybythebay.org/academy/ email us at academy@broadwaybythebay.org!(650) 579-5565
Camp MACJournalismCamp Media Arts Center (Camp MAC) introduces students to critical thinking, research, graphic design, and expository writing techniques through fun, interactive and collaborative workshops, teaching them to see the world through a journalistic lens. Grades 8 and 9.July 29th - August 2nd
Financial aid available. Based on personal need. Contact Paul Kandell at pkandell@pausd.org to discuss financial aid.
http://palyjournalismcamp.wix.com/camp-mac50 Embarcadero Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94301palyjournalismcamp@gmail.com
Canopy (Healthy Trees, Healthy Communities)Community ServicePlant new street trees in your neighborhood or other parts of the city. No experience needed. Canopy will provide training and tools at each planting site. Plantings are held several Saturday mornings throughout the spring and summer and proceed rain or shine. Sign up for the plantings that best suit your schedule.http://canopy.org/get-involved/volunteer-signup/nonewww.canopy.org3021 East Bayshore Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303info@canopy.org650-964-6110Catherine Martineau, Exec. Director
Children's Discovery
Community ServiceResponding to the needs of young teens too old for the traditional day camp, but too young for full-time employment, Summer of Service (SOS) is a unique and innovative summer program where youth can have fun, make friends, meet new challenges, and make a difference in the community.Session 1: June 24 – June 28
Session 2*: July 1 – 3, July 5 (no programming on July 4)
Session 3: July 8 – July 12
Session 4: July 15 – July 19
Session 5: July 22 – July 26
Session 6: July 29 – August 2
One-week Session: $325.00
Session 2 (week of 4th of July): $260 for the week, $80 Extended Care
Early Bird $50 discount before May 3
Multiple-session Discount $25.00 starting May 3
Extended Care: $100.00 per session
Financial Aid available.
https://www.cdm.org/learn-create/for-youth/summer-of-service/basics-sos/180 Woz Way
San Jose, CA
Youth Programs Educator
408-673-2833Youth entering grades 7, 8, 9, or 10 in Fall 2018
CoderDojoCoding, TechCoderDojo Silicon Valley is a Bay Area instance of CoderDojo, a global collaboration of free and open programming workshops run by enthusiastic volunteers.

At CoderDojos around the world, young people ages 7-17, along with parents and mentors, learn how to code, develop websites, make apps, program games and more!
Register to Join and receive emails about all upcoming workshops and eventsFREE!http://www.coderdojosv.org/Mountain View, Campbell, San Joseoffice@coderdojosv.org
California State Summer School for Mathematics & Science (COSMOS)Science, MathCOSMOS is an intensive four-week summer residential program for students who have demonstrated an aptitude for academic and professional careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. Talented and motivated students completing grades 8-12 have the opportunity to work with renowned faculty, researchers and scientists in state-of-the-art facilities, while exploring advanced STEM topics far beyond the courses usually offered in California high schools. Through challenging curricula that are both hands-on and lab intensive, COSMOS fosters its students’ interests, skills, and awareness of educational and career options in STEM fields.

Students apply to one of the four University of California’s COSMOS campuses — UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC San Diego and UC Santa Cruz. While each campus employs the best practices in STEM education, the curriculum of each program builds on the unique teaching and research expertise of its faculty and host campus. Each campus can only accommodate about 160-200 participants, so selection is competitive. A typical COSMOS student has a GPA of 3.5 or above. Students must have achieved academic excellence.
July 7-August 3

Total cost for an admitted student, including all fees:
In-state (CA): $3,972
Out-of-state students: $6,500
http://cosmos-ucop.ucdavis.edu/University of California Office of the President
COSMOS Statewide
1111 Franklin Street
Oakland, CA 94612
For General Questions or Information
cosmos@ucop.edu(831) 459 1766

Dale Carneige
Generation Next
Leadership Dale Carnegie for Young Adults is designed to prepare young people for the here and now. It provides skills they need to set and achieve goals, and perform to their full potential – at school, home, and work. The curriculum was developed with feedback from students and consists of eight weeks, three-hour session or 3-full days highly interactive sessions that include real-life scenarios and role-playing.

Course Content focuses on five key areas that are critical for future sucess: Building self-confidence, Enhancing communication skills, Interpersonal Skill Development and teamwork and leadership skills.
June 24-26, 9am - 5pm
South San Francisco
$1,195http://www.dalecarnegie.com/events/generationnext/#syllabus400 Oyster Point Blvd
Suite #412
South San Francisco, CA 94080
San Jose, California 95013
United States
(408) 217-1231
Debrett’s International Young Achiever ProgrammeAbroad studies/Social SkillsThe programme includes over 50 hours of tutorials and many extra-curricular activities. Important focal points of the programme are: personal brand, presentation skills, interview techniques and personal impact, along with practical modules such as dining etiquette, networking, international etiquette and video CV’s. Extra-curricular activities include a visit to Oxford University, a tour through the Houses of Parliament, a speedboat tour on the river Thames, a visit to the West End, a visit to a London Museum and many more. As this is a residential programme, students will be hosted for the duration of the programme at our townhouse in South London. Our fully Debrett’s accredited trainers are always on hand and sleep on site. They are of course DBS checked and have a plethora of experience in the subjects taught and, naturally, tutoring.Contact for 2019 dates£ 2,350https://www.debretts.com/academy/personal/young-achiever-essentials/Debrett’s Limited
16 Charles Street
United Kingdom
OllyWalker@debretts.co.ukT: +44 020 7290 5950
DigiQuestFilmDigiquest is a series of Summer camps for students to explore television, filmmaking, and sports broadcasting! In week-long sessions, students work with peers from Atherton, East Palo Alto, Menlo Park and Palo Alto and beyond. Camps include:
New! Digital Photography and Editing
TV Studio Production Camps
Sports Broadcasting Camps
Filmmaking Camps
Photography, Filmmaking, and TV Studio camps run from 9:00am to 3:00pm.
Sports Broadcasting camps run from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
Ranging from June 10th - August 9th
$475+http://midpenmedia.org/digiquest-summer-camps/900 San Antonio Rd
Palo Alto, CA 94303
For Registration information, call (650) 494-8686, or contact Jesse Norfleet at jesse@midpenmedia.org. Use the links below to register online.(650) 494-8686
Duke University Biosciences & Engineering Camp for MS Students Engineering/ Biosciences Grades 6 – 8 (2018 - 2018 Academic Year). Through activities including hands-on laboratory experiments and field trips, participants will be introduced to exciting topics in engineering and biology. Engineering topics include mechanics, electrical circuits, communication and energy. Using simple materials and sensors, participants will build a prototype of a prosthetic arm. Bioscience topics include cell biology, anatomy and organ systems, function and structure of DNA, and an introduction to biomaterials. Participants will view cells under a microscope, analyze their own electrocardiograms, and make a silicone prosthetic mold from their own ear, nose, or thumb.

Camp participants will learn about some of the unique research conducted at Duke University through guest speakers, lab demonstrations, activities in the Duke Interactive Sound Studio and a field trip to the world-renowned Duke Lemur Center.
Residential Camper Schedule
June 16 - June 28, 2019
Residential campers: $3700
http://www.learnmore.duke.edu/youth/biosci_ms/8 East Union Drive
201 Bishop's House
East Campus
phone: 919.684.6259
learnmore@duke.edu(919) 684-6259
Ecumenical Hunger ProgramCommunity ServiceThroughout the year, we can always use a helping hand. In fact, we could not exist without the help of volunteers. We have a range of jobs including packing food boxes, interviewing clients, sorting food and clothing, and data entry. Extra help during the holidays is both needed and appreciated.
We also have ongoing needs for skilled volunteers to help us renovate our home, maintain our computer systems and work in our Children's Resource Center.
Ongoing opportunities: Contact EHP's volunteer coordinator at volunteers@ehpcares.org or call us at (650) 323-7781nonewww.ehpcares.org
2411 Pulgas Avenue, East Palo Alto, CA 94303volunteers@ehpcares.org 650-323-7781650-833-0371http://www.ehpcares.org/uploads/2/4/6/3/24635326/volunteer_opportunities_flyer_3.2.16_final.pdf
Education UnlimitedAcademic & Enrichment Camps & ProgramsJoin Education Unlimited® for a residential summer program on a prestigious college campus this summer. Participants can make lifelong memories with new and old friends, gain access to the very best instructors, and learn from an exciting, dynamic curriculum not typically offered in school year institutions. With over 40 different curriculums, there is something for everyone!At both Stanford and Berkeley. Various times and subject matter throughout the summer.

Variedhttps://www.educationunlimited.com/pages/all_camps_summaryOFFICE ADDRESS:
Education Unlimited
1681 Shattuck Ave, Suite E
Berkeley, CA 94709 MAILING ADDRESS: 1700 Shattuck Ave #305
Berkeley, CA 94709
campinfo@educationunlimited.com510-548-6612510-548-0212Chris Waage, Director of Special Programs & Day Camps
Exeter Summer School Exeter, NHA tradition since 1919, Exeter Summer has grown to welcome approximately 750 students from more than 40 states and 50 countries each summer. During the program’s five weeks of academic study, athletics, and personal exploration, you will experience the student-centered learning style we call Harkness. As a summer student, you’ll have full access to Exeter’s campus and its unparalleled academic buildings, library, physical education facilities and art spaces. Exeter Summer hosts the UPPER SCHOOL program for rising 10-12th-graders and the ACCESS EXETER program for rising 8-9th-graders.July 1 - Aug. 2, 2019
Rolling admissions
Financial aid deadline: Feb. 15
Boarding Students: $8,900 (includes courses, room and board)

Day Students: $5,800 (includes courses and lunch)
https://www.exeter.edu/exeter-summerPhillips Exeter Academy
20 Main Street
Exeter, NH 03833-2460
Galileo Learning CampsCamps for future Leaders and Innovators: Science, Arts, Technology.All of our Bay Area summer day camps embrace our mission--to develop innovators to create a better world--through our Galileo Innovation Approach. The families attending our camps tell us that their children have developed a confidence they didn't have before, have learned that mistakes are simply part of getting to a better design, and that they continue to use what they learned at camp to create and problem-solve throughout the summer and beyond. Our camps are designed to bring out the Galileo Innovator in every camper--inspiring and empowering children to make their creative mark on the world.Visit site for program dates based on "Major" selected.Visit site for 2019 Locations & Fees

http://www.galileo-camps.com/galileo-summer-quest/overview1021 3rd Street
Oakland, CA 94607
info@galileo-camps.comToll-Free: 800-854-3684
Phone: 510-595-7293
Girls LeadershipResidential, LeadershipA Summer Camp Like No Other
Located on the Mills College campus in Oakland, California, our internationally-recognized residential summer program, founded in 2001 by girl experts and social entrepreneurs Rachel Simmons and Simone Marean, is a summer camp experience for girls like no other.
Our Summer Program combines the best of traditional summer camp – amazing friendships, fun games and evening activities, a powerhouse team of extraordinary staff – with something no other camp offers: fun, life-changing workshops that equip girls with the skills to exercise the power of their voice.
Session 1
June 29 – July 8 (10 days, 9 nights) $2,700
Session 2
July 10 – July 19 (10 days, 9 nights) $2,700
Session 3
July 21-August 4 (15 days, 14 nights) $3,700
Session 1
June 29 – July 8 (10 days, 9 nights) $2,700
Deposit: $675
Session 2
July 10 – July 19 (10 days, 9 nights) $2,700
Deposit: $675
Session 3
July 21-August 4 (15 days, 14 nights) $3,700
Deposit: $925
https://girlsleadership.org/overnight-summer-programs/ In 2019, our Summer Overnight Program will be located at Mills College in Oakland, California!Girls Leadership
111 Myrtle Street
Suite 101
Oakland, CA, 94607
Cora Gardner - Summer Program Director
Girls Middle School Summer School MS Summer camp The GMS Summer Experience offers a dynamic and exciting program where a girl can discover her strengths and express her voice through a variety of interdisciplinary activities that include engineering, design, performance art, tinkering, making, and scientific inquiry. To ensure that the girls are fully immersed in the GMS experience, the summer program is created and taught by GMS faculty and alumnae.Session I: Performing Arts and Design
June 17 - June 28
Age range: Rising fifth to eighth grade girlSession II: STE(A)M
July 8 - July 19
Age range: Rising fifth to eighth grade girls

Cost: $1100 per 2 week session
Time: 9:00am to 3:00pm, M-F
Scholarships available - please email for more information
https://www.girlsms.org/summer3400 West Bayshore Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Girls Summer Leadership Camp, Dana Hall (Massachusetts)Residential, Leadership The Girls Summer Leadership Program seeks to cultivate in its participants Dana Hall School’s core values of integrity, leadership, diversity, and service, as well as respect for self and others. The program provides participants with a unique opportunity to prepare themselves for the challenges and choices they will face as high school students.

The Girls Summer Leadership Program is a 7-day/6-night residential program open to girls who have completed eighth grade and will enter high school in the fall. (Girls may be entering any high school; the program is not restricted to those entering Dana Hall.)
June 22-28, 2019Tuition: $975
Application deadline: April 5, 2019.
Includes room, board (8 days and 7 nights), and all activities and transportation costs
during the program.
http://www.danahall.org/programs/gslp/index.aspxgirlslead@danahall.org or call 781-235-3010. Girls Summer Leadership Program
Dana Hall School
45 Dana Road
Wellesley, MA 02482
GirlVenturesAdventure Expeditions, Mentorship Programs, Community CoursesEver wanted to sleep under the stars? Rock climb outside? Kayak on the ocean? Shout from the top of the highest peak around? Join us this summer to do just that. GirlVentures offers summer adventure programs for girls in middle and high schools. Discover your strengths, build your leadership skills, and amaze yourself as you journey through the California Wilderness with a dynamic group of motivated girls. GirlVentures is a San Francisco-based nonprofit that strives to empower youth to develop and express their strengths. It runs after-school mentorship programs, summer outdoor adventure expeditions and custom community courses. Typical courses include rock climbing, backpacking/hiking, sea kayaking & teambuilding, all with a focus on leadership development.
*GirlVentures believes in practicing radical inclusivity. Girls* refers to gender expansive youth (cis girls, trans girls, non-binary youth, gender non-conforming youth, gender queer youth and any girl-identified youth
Redwood Adventure Rock – JJune 16-22, 2019

Project Courage June: July 7-19, 2019

Transitions Dates: July 20-August 1, 2019

On the Rise: July 31-August 11, 2019
Sliding scalehttp://www.girlventures.org/summer/The Women's Building, 3543 18th Street #18, San Francisco, CA 94110info@girlventures.org(415) 864-0780
Great Books Summer Program: Intermediate ProgramReading & WritingFor MS: For younger students, the Great Books Summer Program is often a time of intellectual awakening and fascination, as their own personal powers of critical thinking and perception blossom. Through stimulating questions and expertly led discussions, young minds learn how to make the connections between the themes of great literature and their own lives. We help our students gain confidence and find their own voice to share their ideas. In addition to practicing and developing their language skills, self-expression and reasoning, students develop their ability to listen carefully and consider the views of others. The end result is a more thoughtful young person who is better able to articulate opinions based on textual references and with the confidence to be heard.
For HS: The Senior Program provides bright students from all around the world the opportunity to hone their critical and analytical thinking skills and intellectual risk-taking. Advanced reading selections, Formal Discussion Groups, and seminars led by experienced collegiate faculty help lead students to their own best thinking. The program delivers the best possible preparation for the SAT critical thinking section. Senior program attendees also meet with college professors and students from top universities to discuss college choices and experiences. Successfully completing a program of this caliber is an honor to note on college applications. Each student will receive a Certificate of Completion. In addition, an individual evaluation letter is sent to each student and their nominating educator to provide insight into their personal and academic accomplishments. The Great Books Summer Program will is a positive academic influence for all of its attendees.
See Website
See Tuition on Websitehttp://www.greatbookssummer.com/programs/intermediate-program/Great Books Summer Program Admissions
P.O. Box 743
Fairfield, CT 06824
info@greatbookssummer.com 1-866-480-READ (7323)
Harker SchoolMath*Language Arts*Science*Art*SwimmingSUMMER INSTITUTE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Flexible options allow students to focus on one area – academics, arts, athletics or activities – or mix and match all four to create a wide range of summer experiences. The core two-week academic classes combine with arts, athletics and activities in a variety of ways, so students can build a summer filled with all the things they want to do.
Summer Institute allows students to choose from a variety of academic options, including rigorous for-credit high school courses and non-credit opportunities for enrichment and growth.
*Most courses are open to qualified students enrolled in any accredited high school. Our dedicated faculty, combined with small classes, great facilities and a positive learning environment add up to a great summer experience!
JUNE 24–JULY 5 | JULY 8–19 | JULY 22–AUG. 2

Variedsummer.harker.org4525 Union Avenue | San Jose, California 95124 408.553.5738
Headwaters Summer Science InstituteGirls Summer Science Camp
All girls entering 9th-12th grades
The camp is centered around participants working in small groups to complete an independent scientific research project. Campers will ask scientific questions then design and conduct experiments to test their questions. Female scientists will offer mentorship throughout this process. The camp will culminate with students giving a scientific presentation about their research to their peers. Students will interact with local female scientists and research that is being done around Truckee area. They will learn current research methods that can be incorporated into their own research.Each day, in addition to their research, students will have opportunities to explore, swim, and kayak on Webber Lake. Drop off: Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 6:00-7:00pm at the Webber Lake Campground

Pick up: Friday, July 19, 2019 afternoon at 12:00pm at the Webber Lake Campground
Cost: $700https://headwatersscienceinstitute.org/science-camp/girls-summer-science-camp/Flyer
Headwaters Summer Science InstituteGirls summer science camp ages 5-16Day campers will explore the natural spaces around Serene Lakes, ask scientific questions, design and conduct experiments to answer their own questions. Science is fun and engaging when children get to ask the questions and design experiments to test that they are curious about. This program will show your child science is fun and all around them while forging a unique connection to the Serene Lakes area. Drop off 8:30 and 9:00 am. Pick up between 2:30 and 3:00 pm each day.July 22nd – 25th
July 29th – 31st 2019
Serene Lakes
$165https://headwatersscienceinstitute.org/science-camp/serenecamp/Headwaters Science Institute

P.O. Box 913 Soda Springs, CA 95728
Spencer Eusden spencer@headwatersscienceinstitute.org
Hope Musical TheaterMusic Theater CampThis SUMMER CAMP is an intensive musical theatre program where a group of approximately 45+ students, ranging in age from 5 – 15 years old, put on a Broadway style musical with high caliber sets, props, costumes, a professional choreographer and director and a live band in just 10 days time!
Professional pianist provided each rehearsal!
Each child gets their chance to shine, all campers get speaking solos, huge dance numbers, and beautiful costumes to wear!
CAMP 1: JUNE 3 – JUNE 14
1A: 9am – 12pm
1B: 1pm – 4pm
1C: 9am – 4pm
(Bring a bag lunch – Pizza Party included on Show Day)
now accepting 8th Graders
CAMP 2: JUNE 17 – JUNE 28
2A: 9am – 12pm
2B: 1pm – 4pm
2C: 9am – 4pm
(Bring a bag lunch – Pizza Party included on Show Day)
CAMP 3: JULY 1 – JULY 12
**There IS mandatory camp on July 4th!**
3A: 9am – 12pm
3B: 1pm – 4pm
3C: 9am – 4pm
(Bring a bag lunch – Pizza Party included on Show Day)
CAMP 4: JULY 15 – JULY 26
4A: 9am – 12pm
4B: 1pm – 4pm
4C: 9am – 4pm
(Bring a bag lunch – Pizza Party included on Show Day)
Half Day Basic = ($750 Early Bird) or ($795 Regular Price)
Half Day + Cast Photo = ($775 Early Bird) or ($820 Regular Price)
Half Day + Spirit Pack = ($835 Early Bird) or ($880 Regular Price)

Full Day Basic = ($1730 Early Bird) or ($1820 Regular Price)
Full Day + Cast Photo = ($1755 Early Bird) or ($1845 Regular Price)
Full Day + Spirit Pack = ($1815 Early Bird) or ($1905 Regular Price)
http://hopemusicaltheatre.com/summer-camp/Palo Alto High School
50 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto 94301

Sarah@HopeMusicalTheatre.comPhone: (650) 568-3332 | Fax: (650) 568-3332
Humane Society: Amazing Animals Summer CampCommunity Service: Animal CareThird – Sixth Grade Camp Activities
Campers will learn practical dog training tips, play therapy techniques, meet wild animals, hang out with pocket pets, and bring home arts and crafts to remember their experience. The best part? They’ll have lots of time to play and cuddle with our dogs, cats, and pocket pets!

Seventh – Eighth Grade Camp Activities
Our middle-school students will get a full learning experience focusing on animal interaction and community service. These sessions are for campers who are ready to take on more responsibility and leadership in their relationship with animals.
Grades 3-4: June 11 - June 15
July 16 - July 20
Grades 5-6: June 18 - June 22
June 25 - June 29
July 23 - July 27
Grades 7-8: July 9 - July 13
July 30 - August 3
$240 per session http://www.hssv.org/edu/summercamp/Humane Society Silicon Valley

Animal Community Center

901 Ames Avenue
Milpitas, CA 95035
Shannon Hunter handles Summer Camp Registration at HSSV.

Email: mel.beach@hssv.org
Direct Line: (408) 262-2133 x137
Phone: 408-262-2133
i2 CampSTEM Summer CampCastilleja is pleased to partner with i2 Learning for an exciting summer of fun and inspiring hands-on STEM learning in an all-girls setting. Each one-week course blends elements of basic science, the engineering design process, project-based learning, and student-directed inquiry. Campers select one immersive course that is led by an experienced, passionate, full-time teacher and assisted by lively and supportive high-school students.Junior Camp is open to campers age 9 & 10
Senior Camp is open to campers age 11, 12, 13
Junior Camp (Rising 4th and 5th Graders)
June 24–28 Surgical Techniques - The Physics of Music
July 8–12 Digital Game Design - Crime Scene Investigations
July 15–19 App Inventor - Combating Cancer
July 22–26 Architects of Time - Building an Interactive, Friendly Monster
Senior Camp (Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th Graders)
June 24–28 Cyber Security -Crime Scene Investigations
July 8–12 Surgical Techniques - The Physics of Music
July 15–19 Architects of Time - Building an Interactive, Friendly Monster
July 22–26 App Inventor -Combating Cancer
$925 per weekhttps://www.castilleja.org/community/summer-at-casti/i2campCastilleja School 1310 Bryant St. Palo AltoJon Rockman (Teacher at Castilleja) jrockman@castilleja.org
iD Tech CampSTEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)iD Tech is the original. The best. For over 20 years, our family company has paved the way in STEM education, introducing the most relevant, in-demand curriculum to set students on their long-term skill development pathways. We get amazing results. The top universities on the planet—Stanford, NYU, Caltech—have trusted and hosted us since 1999.See website for details on various programs in multiple locations including Palo Alto HS and Stanford.iD Tech Camps
Ages: 7-17Beg-Adv1 WeekFrom $999 USD
http://www.internaldrive.com/Mailing Address
iD Tech Camps
42 West Campbell Avenue
Suite 301
Campbell, CA 95008 USA
Office Hours - PST
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
Cambridge ImmerseCambridge Immerse is a two week residential academic programme
offering students aged 13 to 18 unique insight into their chosen discipline at
university level. Expert academic sessions are delivered by current or past
teaching members of world class universities ensuring a superior curriculum
that is both stimulating and sensitive to the ability of the individual.
Please see website as times varyPlease see website as rates vary by chosen week and course designShort ProspectusImmerse Education
Eagle House
163 City Road
United Kingdom
enquiries@immerse.education44(0) 20 8123 6988
LifeMoves (formerly InnVision)Community ServiceOn-Site: Painting, landscaping, furniture assembly, simple construction and other helpful facility maintenance projects. Gardening. We have both an organic garden to grow fresh food, and a meditation garden that require seasonal and ongoing management. Spirit-lifting events and parties. Host a birthday party or a movie night for the kids. BBQs for everyone at a shelter are also fun and engaging. Host an arts and crafts day at one of our family sites. Tutor school-age children, read to younger children, after school through the Homework Club program. Teen program volunteer welcome! Host an educational workshop for adults or children. Etc...possibilities endless. Call to brainstorm.
Volunteer as a Camp Counselor for Summer Adventure Camp 2019
Volunteer at LifeMoves Summer Camp! Summer Adventure Camp is an on-site camp for children at LifeMoves shelters for homeless families. Campers engage in fun, educational activities on-site and take weekly field trips to national parks, museums, and theatrical performances.
Time Commitment: 8:30am-3:15pm, Monday through Friday for 2 weeks. Weeks may be non-consecutive.
Camp Dates: June 17 – August 1, 2019.
If you have any questions, please contact our Education Department at education@lifemoves.org.
Ongoing opportunities for youth volunteersvolunteerhttp://www.ivsn.org/volunteer/for-youth/Lynnelle Bilsey Volunteer Manager lbilsey@shelternetwork.org1-408-871-2227
Jr. Discovery ProgramResidential, Classroom EducationJr. Discovery is a unique, 2 or 3 week summer enrichment program for middle school students completing grades 6, 7, and 8 (ages 12-14). At Jr. Discovery, learning is everywhere — in the classroom, residence hall, dining hall, on-stage, on the tennis court or ball field, on trips and excursions, and in the daily interaction between peers, dynamic teachers, and resident counselors. Our programs promote high school readiness, personal enrichment, recreation, sports, and fun.

Our innovative Skills for Mind and Body curriculum inspire independent thinking, creativity, personal growth, and self-confidence. Students live together on campus and experience the caring supervision and positive mentoring of an outstanding group of Resident Counselors.
Jun 30 - Jul 19: 3 WeeksEnrichment$6,999
Jul 1 - Jul 18: 3 WeeksEnrichment (Commuter Option)$3,499

Jun 30 - Jul 12: 2 WeeksEnrichment$5,299
Jul 1 - Jul 11: 2 WeeksEnrichment (Commuter Option)$2,899

Jun 30 - Jul 19: 3 WeeksEnrichment$6,999
Jul 1 - Jul 18: 3 WeeksEnrichment (Commuter Option)$3,499

Jun 30 - Jul 12: 2 WeeksEnrichment$5,299
Jul 1 - Jul 11: 2 WeeksEnrichment (Commuter Option)$2,899

http://www.jrdiscovery.com/Summer Discovery Programs
1326 Old Northern Blvd
Roslyn, NY 11576

info@summerdiscovery.comCall Us: 516-621-3939
Lawrence Hall of Science Summer CampScience, Chemistry, BiologyExplore, Investigate, Discover, Invent
Summer camps at the Lawrence Hall of Science provide a unique experience full of scientific discovery and fun, hands-on activities. Our camps take advantage of everything we have to offer, including our interactive Planetarium, Animal Discovery Room, engaging exhibits, and more.

Camps run from June 10 to August 16. Each week offers a new theme to explore. From Investigating Life to Discovering New Frontiers, there’s something for every young scientist to enjoy!
June 10–August 16, 2019Feeshttp://www.lawrencehallofscience.org/visit/camps_and_classes/summer_camps/summer_day_camps/middle_highLAWRENCE HALL OF SCIENCE
BERKELEY, CA 94720-5200
League of Creative MindsAcademic, Public Affairs, Debate, etcAbout the League Summer Camp Experience

The League of Creative Minds (LCM) summer program is currently enrolling students for the League summer courses held at Stanford University, Summer 2019. The League summer camp sessions are meant for serious academic students that relish intellectual deliberation and dialogue. Students that enroll in League summer courses are curious about international policy, find fascination in history and philosophy, and/or have a certain passion for parliamentary style speech and debate. The League creates a particularly unique academic platform where play fuels learning and students learn through simulations. Both brand new and highly experienced debaters will find themselves in a new world when they first step into a League classroom.
Introduction to Parliamentary Debate, Speech & Diplomacy Summer Camp, rising 6th & 7th Grade. Camp Octavian.
Tuition: $1075 (day student) $2150 (boarding students ~ includes all meals and lodging)
Session I: June 10 - 14, 2019 (we do not offer boarding this week)
Session II: June 17 - 21, 2019 (we do not offer boarding this week)
Session III: June 24 - 28, 2019
Session IV: July 8 - 12, 2019
Session V: July 15 - 19, 2019
Introduction to Debate (Model UN/Model Congress), Speech & Diplomacy, rising 8th Grade. Camp Demosthenes
Tuition: $1075 (day students) $2150 (boarding students ~ includes all meals and lodging)
Session I: June 10 - 14, 2019 (we do not offer boarding this week)
Session II: June 17 - 21, 2019 (we do not offer boarding this week)
Session III: June 24 - 28, 2019
Session IV: July 8 - 12, 2019
Session V: July 15 - 19, 2019
Tuition: $1075 (day student); $2150 (boarding students ~ includes all meals and lodging)http://www.creativedelegates.org/content-loader.php?page_key=our-programs-1Stanford University
Lydian AcademySummer SchoolLydian Academy is a one-of-a-kind school and tutoring center dedicated to serving the needs of our local community. Most of us at Lydian have grown up in the Bay Area, and we have personal experience with the unique challenges, stresses, and expectations of our high achieving communities. All courses are set up in our one-to-one teaching format, giving you a personalized experience according to your learning style, strengths, and pace.

Lydian teaching is a cross between tutoring and a classroom. You will have tests, quizzes, and grades, but you are taught in a tutorial style with a dedicated teacher.
What are the summer dates?
How long does a class take?
What is the tuition?
What about vacations?
Take a look at the Summer School Policies to learn more about scheduling, tuition, and additional information about our one-to-one instruction.
$90 per 55 minute sessionhttp://www.lydianacademy.com/summer-schoolLydian Academy

815 El Camino Real,
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Tel: 650-321-0550
http://www.lydianacademy.com/650-321-0550Summer School Policies
Marine Science Institute CampSummer CampExperience. Learn. Protect.
Summer is the time to explore and enjoy the outdoors! Marine Science Camp is a wonderful way for children to excite their curiosity and enthusiasm for learning about, and caring for, the environment. Whether they are getting introduced to marine science, or are diving into a subject that they are already passionate about, campers are inspired by interactions with live animals and taking part in science in action. This summer program engages budding biologists with creative, active and hands-on projects that keep their bodies and minds active. Lead by our experienced science instructors, campers discover local habitats and animals at our Redwood City site and through field trips across the Bay Area, including a day-long trip aboard our research vessel, the Robert G. Brownlee. Make science come alive this summer!
Varied beginning June 10- August 09, 2019$475-$1400 (overnight for HS)https://www.sfbaymsi.org/marine-science-camp500 Discovery Parkway
Redwood City, CA 94063-4715
info@sfbaymsi.orgQuestions about Marine Science Camp? Contact the Marine Camp Manager: 650-364-2760 x19 or camp@sfbaymsi.org(650) 364-0416
MC Sports Broadcast CampBroadcast, JournalismNow you have a chance to learn all the elements of Sports Broadcasting at our first-ever MC Sports Camp in Palo Alto! You'll learn valuable and fun media skills using our mobile production truck. Everyone has a chance to learn all crew positions. On the last day of camp, the student team will film a live local sporting event which will be shown on local TV. And the fun does not end there! Sports Broadcasting Camp graduates will have the option to join the MC Sports Crew this fall to cover local school sporting events. Games are broadcast on local TV and on the web. To learn more about MC Sports in the fall, contact Chuck Alley. chuck@midpenmedia.orgStudents learn all the elements of LIVE Sports Broadcasting in a unique one-of-a-kind hands-on training experience. Using our mobile TV production truck, each student has a chance to learn every crew position, from Director and Camera Operator to Graphics Engineer, Audio Engineer and Play-by-Play Commentators. At the end of the week long session, the team films a live local sporting event, which will be shown on local TV!

Graduates of this camp are eligible to join the MC Sports Broadcasting Team, to cover local school sporting events during the fall, winter, and spring sports seasons annually. Games are broadcast on local TV and on the web. Crew members receive Community Service hours, a free meal each game and the chance to work with industry professionals. To learn more about MC Sports, contact Sara Bennett: sara@midpenmedia.org
$560http://midpenmedia.org/youth/digiquest/Media Center
900 San Antonio Road, Palo Alto
(650) 494-8686
For Registration information, call (650) 494-8686, or contact Jesse Norfleet at jesse@midpenmedia.org. Use the links below to register online. (650) 494-8686
MAGIC (More Active Girls in Computing)Mentoring Program, Programming/Computer ScienceMAGIC provides one-on-one mentoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for middle and high school girls. Each girl accepted into the program (a MAGIC mentee) is paired with a woman in STEM (a MAGIC mentor), and they meet weekly for an hour for 3-9 months, depending on the session in question (we have sessions starting in fall for up to 9 months, starting in spring for up to 5 months, and a limited session in summer). The mentee explores her interests in STEM under the guidance of her mentor, and works on one or more STEM projects. She presents her work at the end of the session to an audience consisting of other mentees, mentors, parents and family members, and MAGIC staff.See Website for current Schedulefreehttp://getmagic.org/index.html
NorCal CrewNorcal offers learn-to-row camps in the summer for middle and high school students. Each camp is one week long. The camp is designed for students who are completely new to rowing and teaches the basics of safety, technique, and training.

Already have some rowing experience? For members of our recreational rowing program during the school year and for campers returning for multiple sessions of camp, Norcal offers an advanced track at learn-to-row camp. Athletes will be divided into groups based on skill and will learn more in-depth topics about the sport. The timing and location are all the same for the advanced and novice tracks of camp.
Sessions are Monday-Friday for one week, from 10:30am-2:00PM
1450 Maple St., Redwood City, CA 94063

Session 1 June 10-14 – Middle School Intro to Rowing
Session 2 June 17-21 – Experienced Rec Camp & High School Intro to Rowing
Session 3 June 24-28– Grade 6-12 Intro to Rowing & Continuing
Session 5 July 8-12 – Experienced Rec Camp & Middle School Intro to Rowing & Continuing
Session 6 July 15-16 – Grade 6-12 Intro to Rowing & Continuing
Session 7 July 22-26 – High School Intro to Rowing & Continuing
Session 8 July 29-Aug 2 – General Session – all levels
Session 9 Aug 5-9 – General Session – all levels
$395http://norcalcrew.org/summercamps/1450 Maple St., Redwood City, CA 94063 stefan@norcalcrew.org(650)665-1610
Stefano Evano
NOLSOutdoor education and leadershipOn a NOLS expedition, you’ll spend one week to several months in the wilderness learning outdoor skills like backpacking, rock climbing, kayaking, and more. At the same time, you’ll dive into a rigorous leadership progression, building your confidence as you practice leading in real-life situations with the support of expert instructors. Dates and RatesVaryhttps://www.nols.edu/en/284 Lincoln St
Lander, WY 82520
OverlandLanguage, Service, TravelFar more than simply a summer experience, Overland is a life experience with value and resonance that extends beyond the boundaries of a single summer. In everything we do, we seek to inspire our students to see how beautiful and exciting, how full of promise the world is. Overland offers introductory, biking, hiking, language, writing, service and field studies programs domestically and abroad for students in the 4th through 12th grade.Dates and ratesDependent upon triphttps://overlandsummers.com/P.O. Box 31
Williamstown, MA 01267
info@overlandsummers.com(413) 458‑9672
OxbridgeAcademicOxbridge Academic Programs has been welcoming intellectually adventurous students to summer study programs since 1986. Professor James Basker designed these programs for students in grades 7-12 with the goal of giving them the opportunity to live and study in historic centers of learning. Today we offer programs in England, France, Spain, and the United States. Students choose two subjects in which to immerse themselves - a major and a minor - from a range of over 200 courses. Popular options include Medicine, Law, Business, and Psychology.United Kingdom: Oxford and Cambridge

France: Paris and Montpellier

Spain: Barcelona and Salamanca

United States: Boston, Los Angeles, and New York City
Varieshttps://oxbridgeprograms.com/49 W 45th St, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10036-4603, USA info@oxbridgeprograms.comT: (212) 932-3049
Oxford-Cambridge ProgramsVariety of locationsBuild your own unique summer experience.
Oxbridge Academic Programs has been offering summer study opportunities to adventurous students in grades 7-12 for over 30 years. We are based in some of the world's best universities, and in historically and culturally significant cities across England, France, Spain, and the United States. You can choose two subjects - a major and a minor - from a range of more than 200 subjects. Outside of class, there are a huge number of elective extra-curricular activities on every program, as well as guest speakers, workshops, and field-trips.

Wherever you go with us, you can build your own unique summer experience.
See program brochure for specific Summer 2019 dateshttp://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/Our-Programswww.oxbridgeprograms.com49 West 45th Street, 12th floor, New York, NY 10036info@oxbridgeprograms.comT: (212) 932-3049212-663-8169Carrie Angoff, Exec. Director
PALS SUMMER CAMPCamp Counselor AGES 16+Founded in 2004 by three high school students-- Jason Toff, Jenni Newbury, and Josh Stein-- Camp PALS began as a small camp of 16 Campers and Counselors. The concept was simple - changing perspectives through relationships built on shared experiences. As Camp PALS has grown, so has the passion within each of our community members. Volunteers have stepped forward, building new programs in new areas to meet our growing need. We just completed our 15th summer season, with eleven weeks of Camp across the country bringing together over 1,200 Campers and Counselors. Beyond our Camps, we create year-round opportunities for our alumni to get together through our winter programs and continue to connect with the Down syndrome community through The Congratulations Project.
Our mission is to create immersive experiences where young adults with Down syndrome and their peers have fun, grow as individuals, and build transformative friendships.

PALS fosters close connections and a sense of belonging, built around quality, accepting and caring people. Together, we create the best place on earth and a family away from home. We are welcoming, genuine, passionate, supportive and fun.
See website for details
PO BOX 843, CRANFORD, NJ 07016
Sally Ride Science Camp for Girls @ UC San DiegoScience & Technology Summer Camps, STEMThe Sally Ride Science Junior Academy summer program offers science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) workshops for students entering 4th-12th grade in 2019-2020. During these workshops, students assume the roles of space explorer, ocean engineer, computer scientist, and more as they immerse themselves in hands-on projects. Top-notch STEAM instructors lead these workshops, serving as both teachers and role models. These summer workshops also incorporate real-life stories of vibrant women conducting research in each field. Their examples inspire students and help make STEAM careers more accessible

All summer workshops listed below will take place at University City Center - 6256 Greenwich Drive, San Diego, CA 92122

Four week courses: June 24-July 28
3 days: July 1-3
Week 1: July 8-12
Week 2: July 15-19

Varyhttps://sallyridescience.ucsd.edu/junior-academy/UC San Diego and partner schools in San Diego area To email them, go to this site & enter email from here: https://sallyridescience.com/about/contact(858) 534-0804Messy Discoveries: Exploring our Planet on a Tabletop Summer datesThe Music of Earthquakes: Shake, Rattle and Roll Summer Dates