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 of 20 different 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!
- Atlanta Botanical Garden
Camps include programs for ages 4-6 and 7-10, encouraging campers to create art, conduct experiments, and play games! Explore the beautiful plants and creatures throughout the Garden with two camps: Plant Power and Garden Friends.
- Woodward Academy Summer Camps
With a variety of options for campers, you can find the camp that’s right for your child! Camp offerings include academic, athletic, and enrichment camps in addition to after-camp programming and specialty camps.
- Dunwoody Nature Center Summer Camp
Children will enjoy exploring a variety of Camp Themes each week, and camps are available in separate age groups for kids 4 years old and K-5. They’ll play games, make crafts, do experiments, hike on the trails, play on the playground, and more!
- The Walker School
Over 500 campers enjoy a diverse selection of academic, athletic and artistic opportunities – just walking distance from Marietta Square! Choose from half-day or full-day options; early morning drop off and late pickup is also available.
- 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. Dive into art this summer at the High!
- 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. Register now for both virtual and in-person camps.
- Pony Pals Summer Camp
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.
- Children’s Museum
Choose from a variety of programs – both in person and virtual! Whether your camper is into superhero forensics, glitter explosions and bubble blasts, or even engineering and keeping their “head in the clouds,” the Musem offers an incredible lineup of children’s programming this summer.
- 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!
- The Gym
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.
- 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 aged 5-17!
- St. Martin’s Summer Fun
The Camp at St. Martin’s in the Brookhaven neighborhood offers fun for children PreK through 8th grade. Camps focus on child-centered activities in a loving environment. Camp will follow the Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) recommendations for COVID-19 safety protocols.
- Atlanta International Schools
Atlanta International School summer camps offer programs for rising kindergarten students up to grade 12 and are located on the school’s campus in Buckhead. Active campers can participate in a variety of camps, engaging children to learn both about the world and each other.
- 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.
- 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.
- Galloway School
For ages 3-7 and grades 3rd – 9th, 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. Extended camp hours are also available.
- 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!
- Wesleyan Summer Programs
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! Due to the impact of COVID-19, camps are limited to Wesleyan families only.
- Atlanta History Center
Campers will explore indigenous cultures by building Cherokee homes and learning traditional games like stickball. They will delve into the life of a revolutionary colonist through espionage games and soldier experience activities, also working together and establish their own constitution.
- Camp H20
Offering 4 weeks of sessions, campers will spend the week engaged in fun and exciting activities! They will discover interesting facts about our aquatic friends and their habitats, as well as explore the wondrous ocean ecosystem. All Aquarium galleries and presentations are included.