2017 Guide to Atlanta Summer Camps & Private School Activities

It’s Summer Camp time! We’ve put together a list of Summer Camps and Private school activities for children of all ages.
If you are looking for an enriching, fun program for your child to enjoy this Summer, registration across several locations has already begun.
We’ve compiled a list for private schools, camps, and churches for you and your family to explore this Summer. From art to sports, SAT preparation to nature, we have you – and your campers – covered!

  1. Dunwoody Nature Center Summer Camp
    Children will enjoy exploring a variety of Camp Themes each week. From Wilderness Adventures at Island Fort, to a Reptile Roundup, Jeeper’s Creepers, Forest Adventures, Creek Weeks, and Builders Quests, and more, kids will enjoy endless age-appropriate fun! Camps are available in separate age groups for kids from 3 years to 12 years old.
  2. Summer Art Camp
    High Museum of Art
    With options for ages 6 through 14. Campers will explore the collection, sketch in the galleries, and create artwork. Register your artists for the week-long art camp!
  3. Alliance Theater Drama Camp
    Woodruff Arts Center
    With camps for ages Pre-K and up, even your littlest one can find fun this summer! Several satellite locations will available throughout the summer including: The Davis Academy, Fayette County TBD, The Galloway School, The Lovett School, Oglethorpe University & Trinity School.
  4. Sports Broadcasting Camp
    Emory University
    Students ages 10-18 will learn techniques of sports broadcasting! Campers can meet celebrities, make sports anchor, PTI, and reporting tapes, tour pro sports facilities, participate in mock sports talk radio shows, trivia and stump the schwab contests, and much more.
  5. Pony Pals Summer Camp
    Chastain Park
    With hands-on activities from horse bathing to bareback riding, Pony Pals summer camp has something for everyone. The camp is geared for riders of all experiences ages 4-8 with activities specifically geared to this age group.
  6. Art a’ la Carte
    Chastain Arts Center and Gallery
    In keeping with the playful food and restaurant theme, the “menu” of selections allows you to choose the week, or weeks, you want. Each week explores a different discipline through two- and three- dimensional projects in clay, drawing, painting, sculpture, architecture, mixed media, and more. Along with visual arts, all age groups will enjoy movement arts such as yoga, acting, and improvisation.
  7. Jr Hawks Summer Camps
    The Jr. Hawks Program is designed to give Atlanta youth the ultimate basketball experience through various Camps and Clinics. Positive benefits attained through the sport of basketball emphasize sportsmanship, respect, teamwork and healthy living in Campers!
  8. Spruill Center for the Arts
    For ages 5-14, 10 weeks of camp are offered per age group! Creative Arts Camp for ages 5-6 includes visual arts, music, dance, and storytelling. Campers ages 7-10 choose between Visual or Performing Arts (Drama). Specialty Camps for ages 11-14 offer a variety of art mediums including Jewelry, Ceramics, Filmmaking, Acoustic Guitar, and Dance!
  9. The Gym
    Peachtree Presbyterian

    With camps for children 3 and up, your children can enjoy learning how to become a ballerina, an athlete, a musician, and much more! Various camps are offered by age group and activity type.
  10. Marist School Summer Camps
    Whether your child is preparing for the SATs, a sports fan, an athlete, or looking for a workshop – Marist School offers Summer Camps in addition to After Camp Care for boys & girls of all ages.
  11. St. Martin’s Summer Fun

    The Camp at St. Martin’s in the Brookhaven neighborhood offers fun for children 4 years old (rising Pre-K) through 8th grade. Camps focus on child-centered activities in a loving environment. One-week sessions are offered, allowing your child to learn and have fun participating in a variety of activities from sports to computer training.
  12. Atlanta International Schools

    Active campers can participate in a variety of camps, including Taekwondo and Orchestra. For kids who like a mental challenge, Ecology, 3D 6th Grade Study Skills, Chess, 3D Printing, and Rockets & Racecars are sure to please. Budding performers, who like to sing, dance and act, will love Camp Stardust, where campers stage a new production each week! Everyone’s favorite traditional day camp experiences: can be found in Imagine That! or Pay It Forward.
  13. Pace Summer Programs

    In addition to Summer day camps, Campers will enjoy specialty programs like digital photography, danger camp and theatre workshops; athletic camps and clinics; and academic enrichment opportunities.
  14. Atlanta Girls’ School

    From 1st through 9th grade, be a SMART Girl this Summer! Camps offer a varying curriculum each week with an emphasis on math, dance, and everything in between. Groups are separated by age group, and After Camp Care is available.
  15. Galloway School
    Chastain Park
    For ages 3-7 and 6-12, a wide variety of half and full day camps are open to both Galloway and non-Galloway students! Explore sculpture, athletics, and much more each week. Early drop off is also available.
  16. Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School

    Friends, neighbors, and members of the community are invited to share in the same enriching summer experience with reading, math/pre-algebra, and algebra, laptop technology, writing, and Spanish, as well as summer reading courses. Other enrichment, athletic, and fine arts camps are available for Campers of all ages!
  17. Wesleyan Summer Programs
    Peachtree Corners
    For campers K – 8th, a variety of camps are designed to support the school’s mission – to promote spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth. Full day camps, enrichment, and fine art options are available!