This 2019 summer camp guide is sponsored by British International School of Washington Summer Camp.
British International School of Washington Summer Camp (2001 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007)
Summer camp gives children unique experiences that help them to grow and have fun while building their self-confidence, making new friends and learning new skills. At the British International School of Washington (BISW) Summer Camp, we foster resilience, respect and independence in a safe and fun environment. Our mission is to create memories and build friendships to last a lifetime!
BISW Summer Camp offers summer camp programs open to BISW and non-BISW children ages 3 to 11 years old. Choose from five one-week long camp sessions with an extended day option. The camp program includes exciting field trips, sports activities, outdoor exploration, arts and crafts, water activities, cooking and so much more! Registration is first come, first served and space is limited! Register your child online here. We would be happy to speak with you about BISW Summer Camp; please feel free to email Haley with any questions.
Music, Theatre & Art Camps:
(Photo: American Youth Chorus)
The American Youth Chorus is thrilled to announce a new summer program for the summer of 2019! The AYC SUMMER MUSIC CAMP will expand your child’s horizons musically and artistically. During each session, a fantastic staff of choral conductors and music professionals with lead campers through an exploration of many musical genres. From Handel to Hamilton, and Bach to Broadway, get ready for a summer full of SINGING, LEARNING, and PLAYING!! In addition to singing, children will craft, dance, drum, and explore music history and musicianship topics! All of these wonderful activities culminate in a Friday evening performance at the end of each session — open to the public. Don’t wait; sign your child up today! Ages 7-12.
Dance & Gymnastics Camps
(Photo: iD Tech Camps)
Building, Technology, Coding, STEM & Hands-On Camps:
iD Tech Camps (locally at American Univ., Georgetown Univ., Howard Univ., Univ of MD., Virginia Tech; Falls Church location, Johns Hopkins; Rockville location & Towson)
iD Tech is the world leader in summer STEM education, with over 400,000 alumni since 1999. Programs for ages 7-19 are held at 150 prestigious campuses including American, Georgetown, NYU, and Stanford. Students build in-demand skills for futures in coding, game development, robotics, and design, and learn in guaranteed small classes (10 students max per instructor). In addition to the flagship program, iD Tech Camps for ages 7-17, iD Tech also offers all-girls camps, teen-only Academies, an advanced capstone program, and year-round Online Private Lessons.
(Photo: KID Museum)
KID Museum (6400 Democracy Blvd, Bethesda, MD 20817)
Make it a summer of fun and invention at KID Museum, June 24 – August 30 for kids in grades 2-9! KID Museum summer campers will be traveling the world, conjuring up Harry Potter-style magic, and putting on the greatest maker show in town. Camps are designed and led by professional maker educators, and develop real-world skills through fun, hands-on projects. Dive in and discover what you can create! Sign up today.
Other camps around the Washington, DC area:
- Breathing Space Kids Yoga
- Girls in Politics
- Circle Yoga
- Teddy Bear Camp
- Budding Yogis’
- Revolutionary War Camp—George Washington’s Generals
- DC Language Immersion Project
- Camp Aristotle at The Auburn School
- The Creative Difference
- Spy Camp at the Spy Museum
- MOCO Movement
- Cleveland Park Club
Need to sign-up for just one week or only one day of camp? Thanks to some locals parents, we’ve got a great list of drop-ins.
CASA at Sheridan School has a Guest Week program
Bethesda YMCA tennis camp