(THANKS FOR A WONDERFUL SUMMER 2014! OUR SUMMER CAMPS ARE CLOSED. SUMMER 2015 REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 1, 2015.)
Choosing a summer program for your child is a very important decision and one that requires careful consideration. Rest assured. We are committed to offering a wide array of professionally run and highly rewarding camps and classes for Pre-K-12 children in and out of the Berkeley community. Our Summer Programs team embodies the core values of Berkeley – discipline, diligence, integrity, kindness, passion, commitment, respect, optimism, desire for excellence – and is dedicated to providing a safe and enriching experience for your child.
With over 100 unique camps and classes, Berkeley Summer Programs has something for everyone, and we can cater to a child’s diverse interests or singular passion. We offer full-day sessions in a variety of areas such as sports, academics, and fine arts, or you can opt for our one, two, and three-hour à la carte selections. Perhaps your child would love to try Rock Climbing one week and Engineering Design the next, or Chess in June followed by Baseball in July. We also offer a unique and dynamic Spanish immersion camp for children, Juguemos en Español, as well as such exciting hands-on programs as Science Magic, iPad Coding and 3D, Just Art!, and LEGO® Minecraft. June and July are also ideal for older students to take a credit course in history, for example, or an SAT review.
Need to bring your child in a little early? Can’t be here until after work? No worries. We offer early care and aftercare supervised by full-time Berkeley staff.
Moms and dads, we have something for you, as well. After dropping off your child in the morning, you can focus on your own physical well-being with our adult fitness camp in our beautiful Straz Family Field House.
We hope that after reviewing our summer programs online, you’ll select Berkeley Summer Programs for your child. Additionally, registering for a summer program is easy. We offer 100 percent online registration via credit or debit card.
Carlo T. DiNota