Students, teachers and parents are counting down the days until the end of the school year. Plans for the summer begin long before the final bell rings.
Here is a round-up of camps and summer activities for children of all ages. Many camps fill up quickly so now is the time to sign up!
ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCH
149 Ebenezer Rd., Fayetteville
770-486-5374 • ptcanglican.org
July 15-19 • Ages 5 to 11
Music Camp at All Saints Anglican Chuch is an immersive, unforgettable week-long experience combining quality music instruction with Biblical truths. Each day, campers participate in a variety or activities reflecting the idea of music as worship. No music experience is necessary to participate.
CAMP SOUTHERN GROUND
100 Southern Ground Parkway, Fayetteville
678-561-9602 • Campsouthernground.org
Seven week-long camps begin June 9
Growing unique gifts, healthy bodies, and good communities are the goals of summer camp at Camp Southern Ground. Campers get away from phones and screens and get into nature with new friends for new adventures. Exploring nature and spending time outdoors are some of the ways kids get a chance to learn. And delicious, healthy food is on the menu all week!
CREATIVE LEARNING STUDIOS
It’s the “Best Summer Ever” at Creative Learning Studios with seven camps plus summer lessons available.
Showstoppers Camp, May 28-30 and July 15-18, is all things Broadway for music theater lovers! Ages 7-12
Seussical Jr. Page-to-Stage, June 3-7, includes a week of practice with a show on Friday. From dsigning and painting the set, props, and more. Suggested age 7-12.
Songwirting Camp, June 10-14, is for tweens/teens who love to write songs. Taught by a Billboard Top Ten Songwriter, writers will learn to write their best music, copyright, how to work with musicians, safely promote themselves on the internet and more!
Summer Piano Camp, June 10-14 and July 22-26, will feature Shannon Bryan teaching campers how to play. Games, friends, music and more are included!
Gamers Paradise Camp, July 8-11, will include board games, memory games, logic games, trivia games, and even video games with tournaments, contest and fun. Ages 7-13
Camp Aloha, July 22-25, is all things Hawaiian, including learning how to play the ukelele. Ages 6-12
Summer lessons will help musicians keep their skills going through the summer.
GROW DAY CAMPS
N. Fayette United Methodist
847 New Hope Rd., Fayetteville
770-461-2409 • growdaycamps.org
June 17-21: Focused on forming faith and friendships, Grow Day Camps create an environment for children to grow deeper roots in their faith, their ability to work as a team, and their self-confidence as a loved child of God.
HUNTINGTON LEARNING CENTER
2822 W. High 54, Peachtree City
770-632-7335 • huntingtonhelps.com
No matter what subject your child struggles with, Huntington Learning Center can help. Tutoring programs continue through the summer, including test prep.
KIDS R KIDS
10 Lexington Pass , Peachtree City
770-631-3555 • krk39ga.com
Kaleidoscope 360˚ will spin this summer into a unique dimension of discovery, fun, and friendships. The weekly summer camp, for ages 5 to 12, turns ordinary days extraordinary with great field trips and more!
MT. OLIVE SUMMER CAMP
Rev. J.T. Ware, Camp Director
Summer Escape Camp activities include swimming, skating, arts and crafts, summer bridge curriculum and Biblical lessons, parks and cookouts, talent shows, bowling, movies and field trips to the Ga. Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Braves game, Civil Rights Museum. Meals are included.
OXFORD TRAILS ACADEMY
400 Kedron Drive, Peachtree City
770-486-1448 • oxfordtrailsacademy.com
May 28 – Aug 5
AMAZING RACE – Join us as we go around the world in 55 days exploring China, Egypt, Africa, and many other countries. Camp hours are 6:30 am to 6:30 pm
Junior Camp: rising kindergarten and 1st grade;
Senior Camp: rising 2nd – 5th grades.
PEACHTREE CITY SCHOOL OF DANCE
113 Peachtree Court • Peachtree City
A large variety of dance camps are available this summer at Peachtree City School of Dance, including Princess Camp, Technique Camp, Dance Team Camp, Summer Ballet Intensive, Competitive Dance Team and Nutcracker Preparation.
PRINCESS CAMP Ages 3 to 9, 9 to 11 a.m. June 10 – 14, June 17 – 21, June 24 – 28, July 8 – 12
TECHNIQUE CAMPS Ages 6 and up June 17-21, July 8-12
SUMMER BALLET INTENSIVE July 15 – 19
COMPETITIVE DANCE TEAM WORKSHOP July 22-26
NUTCRACKER PREPARATION CAMP June 24 – 28
SQUIRREL HOLLOW CAMP
The Bedford School
5665 Milam Rd, Fairburn
770-774-8001 • thebedfordschool.org
Tutoring in reading, math, and writing skills for students who need an academic boost this summer. Afternoon recreational activities.
Session 1 – June 17-28
Session 2 – July 1-12
EARLY LEARNING CENTER
243 Summerlin Blvd., Newnan
106 Bailey Station Circle, Sharpsburg
May 28 – Aug 2
Fun filled 10-week summer camp exploring S-T-E-A-M
Monday S for Science;
Tuesday T for Technology;
Wednesday E for Engineering
Thursday A for Art;
Friday M for Math
Pre-K Campers: 5 years, Junior Campers: K-2nd grade
Senior Campers: 3rd – 5th grades
WINDY OAKS FARM
263 Ebenezer Rd., Fayetteville
770-827-4246 • windyoaksfarm.com
June 17-21 & July 15-19
Camps are 5 days. Arts, crafts and lots of fun learning horse care skills; grooming, bathing, and tacking their horse.