11TH ANNUAL SUMMER CAMP CONVENTION
CAMP GUIDE: FEBRUARY 28, 2015
Adirondack Camp www.adirondackcamp.com
P.O. Box 97 Rikki Galusha 518-547-8261
Putnam Station, NY 12861 email@example.com
Adirondack is an overnight summer camp for boys and girls. You'll find us hidden away in the ancient New England bedrock of the Adirondack Mountains, surrounded by the crystal clear waters of world famous Lake George in upstate New York. At one hundred and some years young, ADK is one of the original great coed summer camps of North America. Building bold hearts and strong character through outrageous fun, extraordinary friendships and lifelong values, we promise nothing less than the best summer of your children's lives – life changing. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
AYF Miniwanca Summer Camps www.ayf.com
8845 W. Garfield Rd. Francesca Scully 213-862-2262
Shelby, MI 49455 firstname.lastname@example.org
Miniwanca inspires participants to discover and develop their personal best, seek balance in mental, physical, social, and spiritual living and to make a positive difference in their communities and the wider world. Miniwanca has been leading youth development programs since 1925. Set on 360 wooded acres on the Lake Michigan shoreline, Miniwanca is an inspiring setting for growth. Towering sand dunes and pines line our beach and an inland lake provides the perfect settings for swimming, sailing, and canoeing. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
ArcStart@Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
2000 Bonisteel Blvd. JosÃ-Antonio Rubio 734-764-1649
Ann Arbor, MI 48109 email@example.com
ArcStart is a three-week long residential program offering high school students the opportunity to explore the built environment through an introduction to architectural design. Participants experience the rewarding intensity of a college architecture studio, partake in skill-building workshops that reinforce analytical and conceptual problem-solving skills, and visit architecturally significant projects in the region. At the program's conclusion, students will be prepared to apply to architecture and design programs and will have an expanded understanding of architecture's role in everyday life. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Camp Burton www.campburton.org
14282 Butternut Road Dave Scull 440-834-8984
Burton, OH 44021 firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Burton is a Christian Camp located in beautiful Geauga County, just 45 minutes east of Cleveland. At Camp Burton, kids will learn, grow, make new friends and take home a lifetime of amazing memories. Activities include: Swimming, zip-line, climbing wall, archery, riflery, canoeing, paintball, Bible studies, crafts, hayrides, and much more. Weeks are age specific to ensure a great experience. Pioneer Camp for K-6th graders, Ascension camp for 7th and 8th graders, S.W.A.T. For 9th through 12th graders. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Camp Cayuga www.campcayuga.com
Pocono Mountains Justin Bates 908-470-1224
321 Niles Pond Road, Suite SCCO email@example.com
Honesdale, PA 18431
Camp Cayuga is a private, coed, sleepaway camp for ages 6-16. Specializing in first-time campers. Over 60 activities: all land/water sports, daily horseback riding (no charge), flying trapeze, circus, ATVs, paintball, drama, arts, pottery, adventure ropes course. Free-Choice Program: select your activities every morning with your friends! Trips: Busch Gardens, NYC, and more. Modern cabins, lake, 2 pools, 10 tennis courts, skatepark, 18-25 horses, 350 acres. Separate Teen Campus. Mature staff. Close supervision (ratio 1:4). Family owned/operated since 1957. Opportunities for high school students. ACA accredited.
Camp Frederick www.campfrederickohio.com
P.O. Box 258 Justin Landry 330-227-3633
6996 Millrock Rd. firstname.lastname@example.org
Rogers, OH 44455
Located just 20 miles south of Youngstown, Camp Frederick is a scenic center for spiritual renewal nestled within the forests of Northeast Ohio. Frederick offers summer programs for children as young as six to as old as seventeen. Small groups can visit the camp to learn team-building skills on one of Frederick's many high and low ropes elements. The camp reamains open throughout the year, offering special programs for the community as well as youth and adult retreat programs. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Camp Gan Izzy www.solonchabad.com
5570 Harper Road Mushkie Galperin 440-498-9533
Solon, OH 44139 email@example.com
Our program includes daily swimming in our private, state of the art, heated swimming pool, field trips, art & crafts, studio and sports. Some activities are tennis, cooking, theater, gymnastics, gardening, taekwondo, soccer, and more. Every week is full of camp specials, treasure hunts, unique theme days, Shabbat parties and weekly challah baking. Camp grounds include an activity arena featuring a built in tetherball, gaga, corn hole and four square courts. Opportunities for high school students.
Camp Newaygo www.campnewaygo.org
5333 Centerline RD Jalisa Danhof 231-652-1184
Newaygo, MI 49337 Jalisa@campnewaygo.org
In the Lakes of West Michigan, nestled within majestic birch trees, winding trails, and hidden islands – is a very special place called Camp Newaygo. Our exceptional programs in a rustic camp setting for girls, women and families dates back to 1926. As an all-girl's camp, we pride ourselves on inclusion, and are always seeking adventures. We feature 101 acres of fun: a canopy zip line, horseback riding, pottery, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, archery, and more! Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Camp St. John's Northwestern www.sjnma.org/summercamp
1101 Genesee Street Joe Sevenz 262-646-7216
Delafield, WI 53018 firstname.lastname@example.org
If paintball, rock-wall climbing, rappelling, canoeing, water survival skills, marksmanship, laser tag and a high ropes course sounds interesting – we just might be YOUR camp. Experience the role of team player AND team leader. Our camps motivate young men ages 10 – 16 to reach their potential through military adventure skills training while having a whole lot of FUN! We conduct four one week camp sessions. Campers may participate in multiple sessions.
Camp Twin Creeks www.camptwincreeks.com
9235 Huntersville Road Iain McClements 800-451-8806
Marlington, WV 24954 email@example.com
We exclusively offer a traditional two week program; campers arrive and depart together, enabling them to form lasting friendships. With the highest level of customer care, a wide variety of camp programs, a structured and safe environment, caring and involved staff and directors AND a stunning natural location we offer a totally complete summer camp experience in the Allegheny Mountains of WV! Opportunities for high school students. ACA accredited.
Camp Wahanowin www.wahanowin.com
P.O. Box 850 Bruce Nashman 416-482-2600/800-701-3132
Orillia, Ontario L3V6K8 firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Wahanowin is Canada's premiere summer camp offering a full range of waterfront, land, creative arts and adventure programs. Owned and operated by the Nashman family since 1955, Camp Wahanowin is situated on beautiful Lake Couchiching just one hour norh of Toronto. A fabulous facility with amazing activities, Wahanowin offers creative and dynamic programming lead by talanted, qualified and caring staff. Join us for a summer of fun and excitement and create “friendships and memories to last a lifetime!” Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. OCA Accredited.
Camp Waukeela for Girls www.waukeela.com
P.O. Box 265 Jayson Rubin 800-626-0207
Eaton Center, NH 03832 Jayson@waukeela.com
Camp Waukeela for Girls, located on Crystal Lake in Eaton Center, NH is a place where girls from around the world come each summer to play, make meaningful friendships and try new things. With a wide array of activities and a fantastic staff, there is no better place to be in the summer.
Camp Wekeela www.campwekeela.com
1750 Bear Pond Road Ephram A. Caflun 201-612-5125
Hartford, ME 04220 email@example.com
Camp Wekeela, a coed camp, features a safe, fun, nurturing environment in a bucolic mountain lake setting in the beautiful state of Maine. Core components include water skiing, tennis, outdoor adventure, land and water sports, creative, performing and culinary arts. Wekeela is where friends become family. ACA accredited.
Cedarbrook of Ohio www.cedarbrookcampoh.com
5300 W. Loveland Rd. Stacey Shannon 919-815-5335
Madison, OH 44057 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cedarbrook is an interdenominational Christian resident camp that runs four weeks in the latter half of summer– three weeks of Girls' camp and one week of Boy's camp. Campers arrive Sunday with pick-up on Saturday. Campers will participate in a variety of fun-filled activities led by Christian staff members that enable campers to develop new skills and make new friends. Bible studies are intertwined in our daily schedule along with singing, campfires, and simply enjoying the great outdoors! Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University www.ctd.northwestern.edu
617 Dartmouth Place Dana Boutin 847-491-7662
Evanston, IL 60208 email@example.com
Center for Talent Development is dedicated to helping gifted students, age 4 through grade 12, reach full potential. CTD's Summer Program provides life-changing residential and commuter programs for academically gifted children at Northwestern University and other Chicago-area sites. Students delve into a subject of intrigue, build upon strengths and connect with a community of peers. CTD offers enrichment and credit courses in a range of subject areas. Single and multi-week programs offered. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. Accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accredited and School Improvement (NCA CASI).
Cleveland Youth Rowing Association Summer Programming www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp_tabid_=0&team=reczcsra
1003 British Street Anne Hribar 440-840-8024
Cleveland, Ohio 44113 firstname.lastname@example.org
CYRA summer programming includes opportunities for experienced and new athletes (6th-12th grade) to be involved in rowing during the summer months. For experienced rowers, we offer a month-long competitive program and 4 week-long camps. For those new to rowing we offer two-week camps. Athletes will thrive in an environment of teamwork, discipline, honesty, and integrity. For more information refer to our website www.cyrarowing.org or email Coach Cory Conzemius at email@example.com. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Early College Program Summer Institute (ECPSI) www.saic.edu/cs
36 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 1201 Elizabeth Latimer 312-629-6170
Chicago, IL 60603 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Every year The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) brings high school students from around the world to downtown Chicago as part of our Early College Program Summer Institute (ECPSI). Students expand skills in art, design, and writing while working closely with our renowned faculty and inspiring teaching assistants. ECPSI students leave our program with great portfolio pieces and a renewed passion for their artistic practice. This is an intensive, residency program where students live on campus with other ECPSI students and they have the opportunity to earn college credits. Financial aid and scholarships are available. Please visit saic.edu/cs to get more information or call 312-629-6170. Opportunities for high school students.
The Experiment in International Living www.experiment.org
1 Kipling Road Larry Fenn 800-345-2929
Brattleboro, VT 05302 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Experiment in International Living has been offering immersive experiential learning programs abroad since 1932. Today, The Experiment offers summer programs for high school students in Europe; the Americas; Africa, south of the Sahara; North Africa and the Middle East; and Asia and the Pacific. Participants are challenged to explore the host country through hands-on experiences in local communities and through the lens of a specific theme. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Falcon Camp www.falconcamp.com
4251 Delta Rd. SW Dave Devey 216-991-2489, 800-837-CAMP
Carrollton, OH 44615 Info@FalconCamp.com, office@FalconCamp.com
Widely recognized as Ohio's premier summer camp since 1959, Falcon offers a beautiful lakefront setting, talented staff and wide range of activities. “Fun for Now, Skills for Life” not just a catchy phrase but truly defines what Falcon is about. Boys and girls choose own schedule within a general framework, separate activities with planned coed events. 1:4 staff/camper ratio allows individual instruction and attention. Most of all it's a great time! References available. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Fit & Fun Sky Camp www.skyzone.com/highlandheights
750 Alpha Drive Arynne Giarrizzo 440-596 3400
Highland Heights, OH 44143 email@example.com
Fit & Fun Sky Camp is awesome, Healthy Fun! Our 4-day camp focuses on health & wellness. Participants will engage in active play and learn basic athletic skills on an endless sea of trampolines! Campers will improve their social skills through team building activities, 3D Dodge Ball play and instruction & open jump. Youth fitness classes & nutrition discussion will encourage healthy lifestyle choices. A snack & giveaways will be provided.
French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts www.frenchwoods.com
350 Bouchoux Brook Road Isaac Baumfeld 800-634-1703
Hancock, NY 13783 firstname.lastname@example.org
French Woods is one of the largest and most comprehensive performing and visual arts training centers for children in the world. Located on a private lake in the western Catskills of NY State, French Woods attracts campers from throughout the U.S. and around the world. We offer specialty programs in music, theatre, dance, circus, art, magic, rock, video, tech theatre (lighting, sound, set design, stagecraft), sports, tennis, waterfront, coocking and horseback riding for three, six, nine or 12 week sessions. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Game on! Sports Camps 4 Girls www.gameonsportscamps.com
Laurel School – Butler Campus Sara Hokin 847-229-9959
7420 Fairmount Rd. email@example.com
Russell Township, OH 44072
Game On! has spent years devoted to inspiring GIRLS, ages PreK-8th through its proven teaching methodology, fun programming and spirited traditions. Name a sport–we play it. We know that learning the right way and understanding the sport leads to increased confidence and the ability to enjoy. Join us and feel #ProudToPlayLikeAGirl #GirlsCan #SportsEmpower #GirlTalk #CharacterCounts. Multi-Week Options – Multiple Sports Daily – State of the Art Facility. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Gifted and Talented Summer Camps www.gifted.msu.edu
219 S. Harrison Rd. Room 8 Lindsay Codispot 517-432-2129
East Lansing, MI 48824 firstname.lastname@example.org
Gifted and Talented summer camps take place at Michigan State University. Math, Science & Technology camp (6-9th grades). At this two week camp, students explore new subjects through in-depth curriculum and hands-on activities. See all course offerings at www.gifted.msu.edu! CSI Forensic Science camp (7-9th grades). Think you have what it takes to crack the case? CSI is a weeklong camp where students act as a crime scene investigator, analyzing mock crime scenes! Both commuter and residential options are available! Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Gilmour Summer Camps www.gilmour.org
34001 Cedar Rd. Kathie Lipowski 440-684-4574
Gates Mills, OH 44040 email@example.com
Gilmour Academy's 144 acre campus has a state-of-the-art natatorium plus two NHL-size ice rinks and playing fields for all sports. Our Preschool Camp for children ages 3-5. Join us for an exciting camp experience that connects A Summer Full of Riddles with the elements of the STEAM curriculum. Day and Weekly Camps offer opportunities and excursions for ages 5-14. Day camp features sports, arts and entertainment as campers learn to skate. Film, music, baking, acting and engineering with Legos. Sports and Hockey Camps for 4-18 will build confidence and develop skills. Gilmour Academy camps reflect its mission of educating both the mind and the heart.
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio www.gsneo.org
Camp Ledgewood and Camp Timberlane Donna DeFiore 330-983-0437
Peninsula, OH Wakeman, OH firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio Resident Camps are a unique program opportunity that gives girls a powerful experience in independence, social character, and outdoor exploration, all within a safe and supportive environment. All girl, ages 5-17, welcome. We offer multiple locations for resident and day camp opportunities. Our wide variety of activities include swimming, canoeing, arts and crafts, horseback riding and out of camp trips. New for 2015, high ropes, challenge course, and zip line built on our property has been added to the program at Camp Ledgewood. We pride ourselves on giving your girl a unique experience for her to live and grow. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Global Works www.globalworkstravel.com
2342 Broadway Francisco DiPoi 303-545-2202
Boulder, CO 80304 Francisco@globalworkstravel.com
For 25 years, global works has provided students with purposeful programming that fosters learning through community building, service projects, cultural exchange activities, language immersion, and adventure travel. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Goldfish Swim School www.goldfishswimschool.com
4670 Richmond Road, Suite 100 Sonali Morris 216-364-9090
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128 email@example.com
Get Your Child Swim-ready for Summer! Goldfish Swim School's Jump Start Clinics are great for hectic schedules. From June – August, Goldfish will offer five consecutive days of swim lessons to help children get ready for the beach, vacation, pool parties and endless swimming fun. You'll see significant improvement in a short amount of time! What: 30-minute lessons for five consecutive days. When: Monday–Friday between 9 AM–12 PM.
Cost: $90/wk for member and $115/week for non-members.
Gow School Summer Program www.gow.org/summer
2491 Emery Rd. Matthew Fisher 716-687-2004
South Wales, NY 14139 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gow School Summer Program is for students ages 8-16 who have been diagnosed with dyslexia, similar language based learning disabilities and/or ADHD. We offer a balanced blend of morning academics, afternoon and evening traditional camp activities and weekend trips.
Grand River Academy Summer Academy www.grandriver.org/summer-camp
3042 College St. Ryan Lum 440-275-2811
Austinburg, OH 44010 email@example.com
At Grand River Academy, we believe in helping each of our students find success, and are focused on helping each of them reach their full potential. Our five-week summer program fits this mission, as it allows students to make up a credit, strengthen a subject area, or explore a new area of study. Each day, students take one academic class and then participate in afternoon activities, which include off-campus trips off-campus to various attractions around northeast Ohio. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Great Lakes Science Center www.greatscience.org
601 Erieside Avenue Josh Landis 216-696-2755
Cleveland, OH 44114 firstname.lastname@example.org
GLSC Great Summer Science Day Camps are STEM focused sessions for campers in pre-K through the 12th grade. Camps range in topic from aerospace and engineering to chemistry, computer science, and robotics. Staff and counselors work hand-in-hand to provide the FUNNEST FUN as well as GREAT CHALLENGES to help each camper grow mentally, socially and creatively. For UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCES, GLSC Great Summer Science Day Camps are out of this world! Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Hathaway Brown Summer Programs www.hb.edu/summer
19600 North Park Blvd. Siva Grossman, Jason Habig 216-320-8796 X7173
Shaker Heights, OH 44122 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
At Hathaway Brown, the fun doesn't stop when the school year ends. Girls and boys of all ages all over Northeast Ohio come to HB for a wide array of sports, academic, and enrichment camps. Options include our flagship Broad Horizons day camp, along with numerous athletics programs, Leading for Life adventure learning camp, the Hathaway Brown Theatre Institute, immersive off-site experiential camps, Superstart classes for middle schoolers, and Sumer Studies credit courses for high school students. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available (flexible scheduling, pro-rated fees).
Hawai'i Preparatory Academy www.hpa.edu
65-1692 Kohala Mountain Road Shirley Ann Fukumoto 808-881-4041
Kamuela, HI 96743 email@example.com
Summer at HPA offers students entering grades 6-12 a unique four week boarding eperience structured for academic enrichment and designed to make the most of summer and take advantage of our wondrous island-home to 80 percent of the world's ecosystems. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
High School Journalism Workshop www.scrippsjschool.org/hsjw
E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University Robert Stewart 740-593-2601
218 Schoonover Center firstname.lastname@example.org
Athens, OH 45701
The 2015 OU High School Journalism Workshop is scheduled for July 15 – 18, 2015. During the program, students will learn new tricks of the reporting trade that will help them become complete multimedia journalists: print newswriting, blogging, video production, page design, and everything else in between. They will explore new trends in social media and convergence journalism. Workshop fee of $250 includes room and board, attendance at the sessions, and all materials. Diversity scholarships that cover the workshop fee are available to minority students. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
iD Tech www.idtech.com
910 E. Hamilton Ave., Suite 300 Emily Lukach 888-709-TECH
Campbell, CA 95008 email@example.com
iD Tech Camps was designed for aspiring programmers, app developers, video game designers, robotics engineers, 3D modelers and animators, filmmakers, photographers, and more. At these weeklong, day & overnight summer camps, courses are led by tech-savvy, adult-only staff in a fun, experiential environment. With personalized instruction for all skill levels, and small class sizes of just 8 students per instructor, students will be creating and innovating in no time! Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Mandel JCC Day Camps www.mandeljcc.org/daycamps
26001 South Woodland Road Ari Golub 216-593-6251
Beachwood, OH 44122 firstname.lastname@example.org
J-Day Camps have it all – the best summer has to offer with swimming, boating, archery, campfires, singing, sports, campouts and so much more! Campers make new friends, learn new skills, gain independence and have a blast. J-Day Camps offer a variety of summer camp options to meet every child's interest and talents. 5 Great camps to choose from: Anisfield Day Camp (Grades K-5), Francine & Benson Pilloff Family Playmakers Performing Arts Camp (Grades K-9), J-Sports Camp (Grades 1-7), J-Teen Camp (Grades 6-9). Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Math Monkey Summer Camp www.mathmonkeycleveland.com
26801 Miles Road Billy Chapnick 440-914-0600
Solon, OH 44128 email@example.com
Summer is for monkeying around. After all, who says learning can't be fun? Math Monkey Knowledge Center expands your child's math capabilities with real-life applications that go way beyond numbers. Kids ages 4 to 12 learn through game-based activities. They're challenging. They're smart. They're a whole lot of fun. AWESOME CAMPS OFFERED THIS SUMMER: Robotics, Brain Builders, Video Game Design, Minecraft, Stop Motion Animation, Life Skills, Back to School Camps, Math Enrichment Classes.
Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine www.northeastohioparent.com
P.O. Box 1088 Brad Mitchell 330-714-7712
Hudson, OH 44236 Brad@northeastohioparent.com
Northeast Ohio Parent is a refreshing new monthly publication for parents in the Greater Cleveland/Akron region. Along with e-newsletters and social media platforms, the magazine and website highlight the area's vast opportunities for families. Northeast Ohio Parent showcases editorial relevant to the region with topics that hit home with a broad spectrum of families. Content focus areas include education, enrichment, health and wellness, activities and events, recreation, entertainment, community profiles and much more.
NEO YMCA Camping Services www.gotcamp.com
4460 Rex Lake Drive J.D. Detsch 330-644-4512
Akron, OH 44319 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Northeast Ohio YMCA camp services is comprised of the Akron Rotary Camp for Children with Special Needs, YMCA Camp Tippecanoe, and YMCA Camp Y-Noah. We have camps located in Portage, Starke, and Summit counties that provide a wide range of program opportunities. ACA accredited.
Phillips Exeter Academy Summer School www.exeter.edu/summer
20 Main Street Amy Fish 603-777-3488
Exeter, NH 03833 email@example.com
PEA Summer School welcomes to a campus more than 780 bright, highly motivated students for five weeks of academic study, athletics, and exploration that carry them far beyond the classrooms and the playing fields. Students come to Exeter with intellectual curiosity and an adventurous spirit which leads them to make new discoveries. Please join us for Summer School 2015 from July 5th to August 8th. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Putney Student Travel/National Geographic Student Expeditions www.goputney.com
345 Hickory Ridge Rd. Patrick Noyes 802-387-5000
Putney, VT 05346 patrick@goputney. com
For 64 years, Putney Student Travel has offered high school and middle school students the opportunity and insight to shape their world through travel, unique cultural engagement, friendship, and fun. Our summer programs for high school and middle school students include community service, language immersion, adventure travel, pre-college enrichment, and global awareness. National Geographic Student Expeditions (www.ngstudentexpeditions.com) focuses on Photography, Wildlife & Conservation, Archaeology & Ancient Culture, Filmmaking, Creative Writing, and Climate & Geology. Opportunities for high school students. Full scholarships available through a competitive application process.
Rising River Farm Animal Camp www.RisingRiver.net
6618 Chagrin River Rd. Krista Halberg 440-463-3146
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 firstname.lastname@example.org
Campers get to spend a week on a farm riding horses, romping with goats, playing with bunnies, clucking with chickens, mooing with cows, creating crafts and other fun activities. Daily horseback riding lessons are 30 minutes in length and are weather dependent. Campers enjoy an end-of-week trail ride. Horseback riding helmets are provided. Ages 5-12. Opportunities for High School Students - Volunteer counselor positions available. Can be used as community service hours for school.
Rustic Pathways www.rusticpathways.com
15345 Chardon-Windsor Lauren Alvarez 800-321-4353
Huntsburg, Ohio email@example.com
Rustic Pathways is the leader in providing superior quality international community service, education and adventure programs for students. We offer one to three-week spring break and summer experiences. Gap Year programs, and custom group trips. Operating in 18 different countries, our programs cover a range of student interests and activities. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
Sports Camp www.cvaclub.com
17260 Snyder Road Teri Dombrowski 440-543-5141 X108
Chagrin Falls, OH 44023 firstname.lastname@example.org
CVAC Sports Camp is about fun. Days are full of non-competitive games like capture the flag, Ga Ga Ball, crafts, and swimming. Fun fitness activities like a hike in our woods to foster a healthy attitude toward physical activity. Lifeguards swim-test each camper and counselors teach water safety awareness. All camps are Monday through Friday, weekly sessions are available June through August. Group rates and multiple weeks discount available. Sports Camp hours are from 9 AM – 3 PM with before and aftercare available. Lunch included daily. Opportunities for high school students.
Summer at Hudson Montessori School www.hudsonmontessori.org
7545 Darrow Road Colleen O'Neill 330-342-7235
Hudson, OH 44236 email@example.com
Calling all children ages 3-12 to Summer at Hudson Montessori School! We are excited to offer fun and interesting programs for 11 weeks beginning June 8th through August 21st, 2015. We offer many exciting camps, including Archery, Photography, Fashion, Musical Theatre, Chess, and Soccer to name a few! Once again, we are proud to partner with the Great Lakes Science Center. Their talented staff will lead science camps on the HMS campus through hands on projects and scientific discovery.
Summer Camp in Cuyahoga Valley National Park www.conservancyforcvnp.org
3675 Oak Hill Road Connie Dages 330-657-2796 X100
Peninsula, OH 44264 firstname.lastname@example.org
Experience the wonder and excitement of camp in Cuyahoga Valley National Park! Make new friends, discover your creativity, explore the natural world, and be part of the magic of summer camp in your national park. Join us for fun-filled adventures, learn new skills, hike trails, enjoy campfires, and play exciting games. Our camps include hands-on experiences with theater, farming, survival skills, and natural sciences. Engaging and experienced faculty includes Conservancy staff, National Park Service rangers, and guest instructors. Financial aid available. ACA accredited.
Summer Ruffing It www.ruffingmontessori.net/camps
3380 Fairmount Blvd. Julia Sheehan 216-932-7866
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 email@example.com
In our thirty-eighth year in the Heights at Summer Ruffing It, we are open to ages 18 months through grade 9. Campers are guided by professionals in their field. Artists, musicians, and trained educators provide quality experiences in small student-centered groups that are fun, engaging and productive. Our grades 7-9 program incudes weekly off site field trips, camping, hiking, kayaking and adventure park visits. High school assistants are mentored as potential teaching staff.
Talisman Programs www.talismancamps.com
64 Gap Creek Rd. Douglas Smathers 828-697-6313
Zirconia, NC 28790 firstname.lastname@example.org
Talisman Programs provide exceptional summer camp opportunities for young people ages 6-22 with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD and other learning differences. Since 1980 our ACA accredited programs have been offering unique alternatives to ordinary summer camps. We provide a structured, nurturing environment within an exciting adventure program in which our campers can have a successful summer while increasing social skills, a sense of personal responsibility and a more positive self-image. Opportunities for high school students.
US Golf Camps www.usgolfcamps.com
1888 Brett Lane Tim Geddis 888-874-6535
Saltsburg, PA 15681 email@example.com
US Golf Camps conduct the Ultimate Junior Golf Camp Experience for boys and girls 9-18 years old. Join campers from 45 states and 30 countries at the Kiski School in Saltsburg, PA, only 150 miles from Cleveland. We have our own Private Golf Course! Request our FREE DVD!
University School Summer Camps www.us.edu
2785 SOM Center Debbie Linich 216-831-2200 X7366
Hunting Valley, OH 44022 firstname.lastname@example.org
University School offers an all-boys' day camp, coed sports camps, a middle school academic camp, and coed academic classes. Programs take place on campus in Shaker Heights and Hunting Valley, and are led by experienced US coaches and teachers. The day camp and sports camps teach skills, foster sportsmanship, build confidence, and create lasting friendships. A pre-K boys day camp is offered with 1 to 3 weeks of age-appropriate activities. Academic, space, theater, songwriting, leadership and entrepreneur camps are available. Opportunities for high school students. ACA accredited.
Valley Art Center Summer Camps www.valleyartcenter.org
155 Bell Street Jennifer Ferone 440-247-7507
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022 email@example.com
Valley Art Center presents exciting summer camps for 2015! Check out the creative possibilities for kids, ages 4-16, June 15 through August 9. Choose from All Around Art Camp, Jewelry Making, Photography, Pottery, Sculpture, iPad Art, and countless others for campers of all ages and abilities! Select adult classes and workshops are offered during the summer. Visit www.valleyartcenter.org for a compete listing. The Valley Art Center is generously funded by the Ohio Arts council and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
Western Reserve Academy Summer Programs www.wra.net/summerprograms
115 College Street Megan Peveich 330-650-4400 X8802
Hudson, OH 44236 firstname.lastname@example.org
WRA Summer Programs offers a variety of fun summer activities including Action Camp (overnight), Adventure Camp (day), and Enrichment Camps based on specific interests such as theater and video game programming. We function in the heart of Western Reserve Academy in Hudson, Ohio with access to all facilities including but not limited to the swimming pool, gymnasium, and classrooms. We stay active both physically and mentally so come join us for a summer of a lifetime!
Where There Be Dragons www.wheretherebedragons.com
3200 Carbon Place, Suite 102 Eva Vanek 303-413-0822
Boulder, CO 80301 email@example.com
Dragons programs are authentic, rugged and profound student travel adventures that expose the beautiful and complex realities of the countries in which we travel. Featuring extended itineraries, Dragons programs encourage deep immersion into strikingly different physical and cultural landscapes, combining the best in experiential education, travel, service learning, and physically and intellectually challenging experiences. Opportunities for high school students. Financial aid available.
EXHIBITORS at the 11th Annual Summer Camp Convention
Adirondack Camp, NY
AYF Miniwanca, MI
ArcStart &Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, MI
Camp Burton, OH
Camp Cayuga, PA
Camp Frederick, OH
Camp Gan Izzy, OH
Camp Newaygo, MI
Camp St. John's Northwestern, WI
Camp Twin Creeks, WV
Camp Wahanowin, Ontario, Canada
Camp Waukeela for Girls, NH
Camp Wekeela, ME
Cedarbrook of Ohio, OH
Center for Talent Development @ Northwestern University, IL
Cleveland Youth Rowing Association Summer Programming, OH
Early College Program Summer Institute, IL
The Experiment in International Living, VT, International destinations
Falcon Camp, OH
Fit & Fun Sky Camp, OH
French Wood Festival of the Performing Arts, NY
Game On! Sports Camps 4 Girls, OH
Gifted & Talented Summer Camps, MI
Gilmour Summer Camps, OH
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio, OH
Global Works, CO, International destinations
Goldfish Swim School, OH
Gow School Summer Program, NY
Grand River Academy, OH
Great Lakes Science Center, OH
Hathaway Brown Summer Programs, OH
Hawai'i Preparatory Academy, HI
High School Journalism Workshop, OH
iD Tech, Prestigious Campuses Nationwide
Mandel JCC Day Camps, OH
Math Monkey Summer Camp, OH
Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine, OH
NEO YMCA Camping Services, OH
Phillips Exeter Summer School, NH
Putney Student Travel/National Geographic Student Expeditions, VT, International destinations
Rising River Farm Animal Camp, OH
Rustic Pathways, OH, International destinations
Summer at Hudson Montessori School, OH
Summer Camp in Cuyaoga Valley National Park, OH
Summer Ruffing It, OH
Sports Camp, OH
Talisman Programs, NC
US Golf Camps, PA
University School Summer Camps, OH
Valley Art Center Summer Camps, OH
Western Reserve Academy Summer Programs, OH
Where There Be Dragons, CO, International destinations
Developmental Disability Camp for all ages. Children and Adults.