With summer vacation approaching, it is time to think about how your children are going to spend their days. Take a look at the variety of offerings in Charlotte - you're sure to find the perfect place for your child to spend the summer.
Got a tech-savvy kid? A great camp to consider this summer is iD Tech camps. iD Tech is a leader in summer STEM education programs for students ages 6–18.
Kickstart your kid's future in STEM with over 50 cutting-edge courses. From coding and game development to robotics and design, students will build in-demand skills and innovate like a pro with industry-standard tech tools.
Their camps are inclusive & offer fun learning environments where students are empowered with the skills they need to reimagine our tech-driven world.
Charlotte Country Day School provides young boys and girls with the opportunity to learn and develop skills that will help them compete at a higher level in their given sport. This year, they have more than 150 creative classes and challenging sports camps, Country Day's Summer Programs give children ages 3–18 a chance to explore their passions and interests.
Trimp Tennis Academies summer tennis camp is a great way to keep your child active and improve his or her tennis in a fun and supportive environment. The camp is designed to take your child to the next level towards tennis proficiency in our fun and supportive environment.
Summer chess camps engage children in intellectual pursuit while building social skills. Charlotte Chess Center Junior Master Chess Camps are camps designed especially for students who have not participated in a tournament and are beginners. Students will learn a variety of concepts in this camp. This is an excellent opportunity to develop better chess skills in summer!
Discovery Place Nature summer camp will help your kids gain an understanding of ecology and green living that they can carry with them into adulthood. This year at camp they will discover amazing critters and natural treasures. Campers will connect to the natural world through hands-on activities, art, close encounters with live animals, stories, games, nature treks and outdoor play.
Small Hands Big Art camp provides children a wonderful introduction to several forms of visual art. This art camp is a fun & enriching half day programs which will educate, inspire & entertain your creative young artists!
Summer Dance Camp is a great opportunity for your child to learn various dance techniques and discover a world of creativity, movement and fun. Dance Fever Charlotte offers Ooh La La Aloha camp is Hawaiian-inspired crafts and dancing. #DanceCampRemix kids will learn the coolest moves + grooves in all of the galaxy in this super fun, intergalactic Hip Hop Camp. And their Unicorn Carnival camp , tiny dancers will climb the sparkly rainbow and soar through cotton candy clouds as magical unicorns on this sweet tap and ballet adventure.
With almost 50 years of experience in high-quality art and music instruction, Community School of the Arts invites children to join us for over 15 weeks of outstanding, diverse summer arts programs in 2018. They also offer a private lessons in piano, voice, guitar, strings, acting, dance and visual arts.
Central Piedmont Community College offers GameTech Modders, camper who is interested in using their favorite game to learn the basics of modding and foundations of programming. The college also have Make Your First 3D Video Game Camp where students will learn the physics behind 3D games, explore beginner event scripting, level design, controlling flow of gameplay and story telling.
At Dish It Out Pottery Studio summer camp kids will learn how to think creatively and to develop artistic terminology and skills in a fun and challenging environment. This year, the studio offers summer art camps for children ages 7 -16 and will introduce your children to a variety of forms of art, such as pottery painting, canvas painting, mosaics and more.
Clayworks Summer Kids Camp is for designed for kids between the ages of 6–10. Campers at Clayworks will make fun colorful projects using basic handbuilding techniques including; coiling, pinching and slab building. Clayworks also has a youth pottery camp designed for ages 11- 15. At this camp students will learn basic wheel-throwing skills and a variety of handle techniques such as coils, sculpted handles, and traditional pulled handles.