The Summer Experience at Park Tudor provides educational services to families in the Indianapolis area. Serving preschool through high school students by offering a variety of offerings including athletics, arts, academic and interest-based camps, our program cultivates a love of learning by providing excellent programs facilitated by a nurturing and highly trained staff.
Address: 7200 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240
Phone: (317) 415-2898
Email: [email protected]
Gender of Campers: All
Week 1 – June 5-9
Week 2 – June 12-16
Week 3 – June 20-23 (No camps on June 19)
Week 4 – June 26-30
Closed for July 4th Holiday (No camps July 3-7)
Week 5 – July 10-14
Week 6 – July 17-21
Week 7- July 24-28
Q&A with The Summer Experience at Park Tudor:
What makes The Summer Experience at Park Tudor unique?
The Summer Experience at Park Tudor offers a wide range of camp experiences to keep students engaged in activities they love. We also provide opportunities for children to try new hobbies and interests in a safe environment, with small teacher to student ratios taught by instructors who are passionate about their subject.
What activities are offered at The Summer Experience at Park Tudor?
The Summer Experience at Park Tudor offers a large variety of special interest camps that encourage a love of learning and exploration. We provide camps that specialize in fine motor and social development, as well as athletic camps, fine arts, computer, and biological sciences, creative writing, dramatic arts, and more!
What is the camper-to-counselor ratio?
The Park Tudor Summer Experience has a competitive instructor to student ratio which does not exceed 10 students to one instructor.
How much time do the campers spend outside?
The Park Tudor Summer Experience has a variety of camps with different space needs. We make every effort to give students brain breaks in the fresh air and air-conditioned breaks on the hot summer days. We have also designed our 2022 camps to be hosted outdoors as much as possible to keep students and staff in the safest environment possible.
Does the camp provide lunch/snacks or do parents need to provide them?
The Summer Experience at Park Tudor offers a cookout every Friday for our all-day campers to celebrate the end of a great week! Monday through Thursday, lunches, and snacks are sent from home due to the increasing number of allergen and diet-related concerns. Park Tudor’s campus is nut-controlled, and all staff and students are required to bring snacks and lunch items that are nut-free.
What is the typical daily schedule for campers?
The Summer Experience at Park Tudor has all campers meet in a common space in their camp specific cohorts at the start of the day. Here we take attendance and dismiss camps to their specific instructional space. Instructors return with their students to our meeting place for a safe dismissal. Throughout the duration of the camp day, students are given adequate brain breaks and snack breaks for a balance of learning and fun!
How old are the counselors and how are they trained?
Our instructors are vetted by either being employed by the school or working in our Auxiliary programs previously. They receive training directly from our administration team. Instructors are assisted by our team of internal Instructional Assistants, as well as high school students and alumni who work in the Auxiliary programs.
What accommodations are made for campers with special needs?
The Summer Experience at Park Tudor promotes a small ratio of teachers to students in an effort to better assist students with a variety of learning needs. We ask that upon registration, parents identify special needs their student may have so that our program can better serve our families. We recognized that there may be student needs that we cannot support in the summer, and we keep an open communication with those families.