Summer camps at Anderson University have been a tradition for more than 20 years. We strive to provide exciting summer enrichment opportunities for kids of all ages, offering athletic camps for boys and girls from ages 3-18 as well as pre-college experiences in music, dance, design, STEM, and filmmaking for high school students. We hope to be a part of your family summer plans! Dates: June & July Ages: 3-18 (Boys & Girls) Activities: Explore our summer camps in basketball, design, dance, filmmaking, football, music business, music education, musical theatre, soccer, string instruments, STEM, and volleyball.
1100 E. 5th Street Anderson, IN 46012
The Summer Camp Series themes include art, theatre, sports, nature and science. Camps run 7am-6pm (Mon-Fri), but vary based on camp. Ratios are either 1-to-10 or 1-to-12 depending on the camp offering. We hope to see you at camp this summer! Special needs: Contact [email protected] with questions Dates: June 4-August 3 (Monday-Friday) Hours: 7am-6pm (hours vary by specific camp) Ages: 5-15 years (ages vary by specific camp) Activities: Themes include: art, theatre, sports, nature and science.
1235 Central Park Drive East Carmel, IN 46032
Gender of Campers: Male and Female Dates: May 29 – July 27, 2018 Hours: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Ages: 4 – 14 Activities Included: Geology, History, Fashion Design, Architecture, Culinary Arts, Nature, CSI, Circus, and Archaeology Camp Description: Is your camper Indiana’s next fashion star or a budding architect? Are they interested in crime scene investigations, exploring the natural world and discovering more about Indiana? This summer we’re offering 13 weeks of camp for ages 4 – 14. Book today for a summer adventure of behind-the-scenes looks, exploring the museum, friend-making opportunities and discovering new things!
650 W Washington St Indianapolis, IN 46204
“How to Raise a Lady” etiquette and leadership seminar is designed for young ladies learning subjects: what’s manners, rules of etiquette, facilitating a discussion among peers, making an amazing introduction, perception management, tips on dressing for success, building their self-confidence, tips on becoming a respected young lady and much more… Seminar date: 25 to 30 June, 2018 / time 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. / ages 8 – 15 “How to Raise a Gentleman” etiquette and leadership seminar is designed for young men learning subjects: what’s manners, rules of etiquette, facilitating a discussion among peers, making an amazing introduction, perception management, tips on dressing for success, building their self-confidence, tips on how to respect young lady and much more…” Seminar date: 16 – 21 July, 2018 / time 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. / ages 8 – 15
Bishop Chatard High School offers a variety of camps that encourage 1st through 8th grade students to explore new interests, challenge their imaginations and hone current skills. Athletic and enrichment camps appeal to students interested in theatre, technology, music, sports, community service, art and more. Half and full-day camps are available, or your child may bring a lunch and experience different camps in our morning and afternoon sessions. Early-bird and multiple camp discounts are available. Visit www.BishopChatard.org/camps/ to learn more and to register. Activities: Theatre; Community Service; Robotics; Coding; Art; Cooking; Improv Comedy; Creative Writing; Basketball, Baseball; Softball; Football; Lacrosse; Volleyball; Wrestling; Soccer; Cheerleading Dates: June 11 – 14; June 18 – 21; June 25 – 28 Hours: 9 a.m. to Noon; 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.; 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ages: 1st through 8th grade
5885 Crittenden Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46220
Camp AYS offers fun adventures focused on science, art, health and the environment. Lots of active games, new friends and new experiences make Camp AYS the place to be this summer. Marion & Hendricks Co., grades 1-6. (children entering kindergarten welcome as long as they are 5 years old on the first day of camp) Various Locations. Phone: (317) 283-3817; Email: [email protected]; www.ayskids.org/ Dates: varies depending on school district Hours: 6:30am to 6pm (varies depending on school district) Ages: 5 through 13
4701 N. Keystone Ave., Suite 475 Indianapolis, IN 46205
Ages: 7-17 Dates: June 6-9 and June 15-July 27 Activities: Leadership, aviation, horseback riding, water ski, arts and crafts, archery, skeet, scouting, hockey, ice skating, ceramics, theatre Founded in 1902, Culver Summer Schools and Camps is a fun- ﬁlled, naturally beautiful 1,800-acre setting where over 1,400 young people from around the world, ages 7-17, develop positive self-esteem through accomplishment and self-discipline. It is a high challenge-high support environment for learning leadership skills that improve personal conﬁdence.
1300 Academy Road #138 46511
Six weekly sessions of learning and fun! Our camp fosters discovery, appreciation of the arts, and personal growth. Highlighting Indiana and African American history and culture, campers will develop a stronger sense of purpose, while learning about themselves and their community. Each week ends with a performance showcase of the activities. Dates: June 11 -July 20, 2018 Hours: 8:00am – 5:30pm Ages: 5 -14 (k-8th) Activities Included: Academic enrichment (math/language arts/socialstudies), arts and crafts, theater, hands-on activities, manners and etiquette lessons, team building, games, weekly field trips.
5950 E. 46th Street Indianapolis, IN 46226
iD Tech Camps is our flagship program for students ages 7-17. We offer courses in programming, video game design, robotics, virtual reality, 3D modeling/printing, filmmaking, photography, and more. These weeklong day and overnight summer camps include hands-on, personalized technology instruction and a variety of fun summer camp activities. Indiana locations include Butler and Purdue. Dates: Dates Vary. June – August Hours: 8:30am-5:30pm Monday – Friday Activities Included:Coding, Engineering, Game Design, 3D Printing, Sports/Recreation Multiple Locations
JEWEL Summer Enrichment Camp is an 8-week program for youth, ages 5-17, to participate in indoor and outdoor activities providing fun-filled opportunities to grow academically and spiritually. Programming includes a STEM/STEAM curriculum, field trips, and more. To register, visit easternstarchurch.org. Click on the MINISTRIES tab, then SPORTS & RECREATION. Dates: June 11-August 3 Hours: 7am-6pm Ages: 5-13 Activities: Breakfast, lunch, snacks, indoor and outdoor activities, STEM/STEAM academic programming, and field trips
5750 East 30th Street Indianapolis, IN 46218
Lemonade Day Greater Indianapolis is a free program designed to introduce youth to the concepts of financial literacy and business. We do this using a Lemonade stand. Lemonade Day for the greater Indianapolis area is scheduled for May 18th, June 23rd and July 21, 2018. During these days, kids are invited to set up their Lemonade stand and act as an entrepreneur for the day.
Marian University STEM Summer Camps consist of 4 one-week camps, each with a different theme. Campers are divided into grade groups: K/1, 2nd/3rd, 4th/5th, and 6th-8th grades. Daily activities include classroom, lab, and outdoor experiences at Marian University. An off-campus field trip each week. Licensed teachers lead all activities. Meals provided. Dates: June 18 – July 20, 2018 Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (optional before and after care available) Ages: K – 8th grade (5 yrs. – minimum age) Activities: IncludedHands-on, Academic Standards-based STEM-related activities
3200 Cold Spring Road Indianapolis, IN 46222
Musical Theatre Mini Musical Theatre Camp in a compact package perfect for budding young actor/singer/dancers! Curriculum includes abbreviated instruction in all three areas with lots of fun along the way. Superhero Dunh-dunh-da-dunh! Always wanted to be a superhero? Campers will create their very own superhero character as they jump into the complex world of dramatic storytelling. Ages: 4-5 & 6-7 Dates: 6/25-6/28 & 7/23-7/26
3 Center Green Carmel, IN 46032
Myart is here to keep your child busy with creative art projects all through the summer with our 4 day and 1 day camps. We provide art camps in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Zionsville during fall, winter, spring and summer breaks. Our campers have a great time as they learn drawing, painting, collaging and sculpting techniques and work in a variety of media, all centered on a specific theme Dates: Every week thru the summer starting June 4th – August 2. Ages: Ages 5 and up Activities: 2-D art, drawing, painting, printmaking and collaging plus 3-D Sculpting. 4 different locations in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Zionsville Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville & Zionsville, IN
Hamilton County, Indiana
Camp Invention’s all-new summer curriculum, allows children in grades K-6 to create a vehicle of the future, design a mechanical robot dog, and build futuristic dream homes. Visit campinvention.org or call 800.968.4332 to register. Use promo code Ideas25 to save $25 (expires 3/23) and Ideas15 to save $15 (expires 5/4). Gender of Campers: Co-ed Dates: Vary based on location Hours: Vary based on location Ages: Children entering K-6th grade Activities Included: Hands-on STEM activities
Multiple locations throughout the greater Indianapolis metro area
Park Tudor offers a variety of summer classes and camps for children ages 3 – 18. Choices include academic options, arts and crafts, sports and more. Class lengths vary from one to three weeks; campers can register for multiple sessions, as well as morning, afternoon, or all-day camps. Dates: June 4 – July 27, 2018 Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ages: 3 – 18
7200 N. College Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46240
GERI Summer Camps are enrichment programs designed to meet the needs of academically, creatively, and artistically gifted students from kindergarten through 12 grade, Super Summer grades K-4 summer Residential grades 5-12. The programs offers a variety of course topics in mathematics, science and technology, visual and performing arts, and interdisciplinary studies. Special Needs Offered: Gifted Education/High Ability Dates: Super Summer: June 11-22 and Summer Residential; July 1-28 Hours: Super Summer 8AM-4PM Summer Residential 2-week Ages: Super Summer grades K-4 summer Residential grades 5-12 Activities Included: Academic and Social Emotional Enrichment
100N University Street Room 5113 West Lafayette, IN 47907
University High School offers several enrichment summer camps and courses for elementary, middle, and high school students. Our camps cover everything from study skills, robotics, rocketry, computer gaming and development to theatre, visual arts, and creative writing. Before and after care is available. Dates: June 11-29 and July 9-27 Ages: elementary, middle, and high school students
2825 W. 116th Street, Carmel, IN 46032