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Summer Camps & Programs

Summer Arts Institute

Berkeley's Summer Arts Institute has something for every budding artist, grades Pre-k through 12! Rising 6-12 grade students can choose from a variety of music, theatre, and art camp options that vary throughout the summer. Camps are led by expert level performing and visual arts professionals from the Tampa Bay area and beyond.

Artists of Tomorrow is the Arts Institute’s weekly program for rising grades Pre-k through fifth grade. Artists of Tomorrow campers will explore a variety of performing and visual arts elements including music, theatre, creative movement/dance, and art. Morning electives in Artists of Tomorrow allow students to dig deeper into one or two concentrations. AOT afternoons are spent in showcase performance rehearsals and workshops. At the end of each week, Artists of Tomorrow presents a themed showcase of all the material learned throughout the week!

About the director:
Bryn Harvey is entering her third year as director of the Artists of Tomorrow program and now the Berkeley Summer Arts Institute. She began her performing arts training at the age of two and half and continued developing her craft through college, earning a BFA in Musical Theatre from Shenandoah Conservatory. Her family owned and operated a performing arts school in Northeastern Pennsylvania where she began her career in arts education over 15 years ago. She has performed professionally with various regional theatre companies and frequently sings the National Anthem for sporting and entertainment events. Bryn is the Music and Theatre Coordinator at Berkeley and is entering her sixth year as the Theatre Specialist in the Lower Division.

Please click on each camp below for dates, age levels, and a description.

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  • Artists of Tomorrow (2nd-5th graders)

    Artists of Tomorrow campers will explore a variety of performing and visual arts elements including music, theatre, creative movement/dance, and art. Morning electives in Artists of Tomorrow allow students to dig deeper into one or two concentrations. AOT afternoons are spent in showcase performance rehearsals and workshops. At the end of each week, Artists of Tomorrow presents a themed showcase of all the material learned throughout the week!

    Each week centers around a different theme that results in a unique weekly experience. Campers can sign up for one week, a few weeks, or all seven!

    Themes:
    Week 1-Out of This World
    Week 2-Lullaby of Broadway
    Week 3-Born to be Wild!
    Week 4-20-20 Century Review
    Week 5-Disney Week
    Week 6-Wild Wild West
    Week 7-Summer Olympics

    This is a full-day camp for one week. A hearty lunch provided by Sage Dining Services is an add-on option for this camp.

    Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (incoming 2nd-5th graders)
  • Artists of Tomorrow JR. (PK-1)

    AOT JR. lets younger campers experience a little of everything in the arts! Music, creative movement, and art are all included in just one day of camp! Each week’s music, movement, and art activities center around a different theme that will conclude in an opening act performance for the Friday Showcase. Full-day and half-day (AM) options are available.

    Campers can sign up for one week, a few weeks, or all seven!

    Themes:
    Week 1-Out of This World
    Week 2-Lullaby of Broadway
    Week 3-Born to be WIld!
    Week 4-20-20 Century Review
    Week 5-Disney Week
    Week 6-Wild Wild West
    Week 7-Summer Olympics

    This is a full-day camp for one week or a half-day option ending at lunch time. A hearty lunch provided by Sage Dining Services is an add-on option for this camp.

    Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (incoming Pre-K-1st graders)
  • New Camps Coming Soon!

Summer 2020

Week 1: June 1 - 5
Week 2: June 8 - 12
Week 3: June 15 - 19
Week 4: June 22 - 26
NO CAMPS June 29 - July 3
Week 5: July 6 - 10
Week 6: July 13 - 17
Week 7: July 20 - 24
2020 Summer Catalog!
Founded in 1960, Berkeley is an independent, Episcopal, college-preparatory day school located in Tampa, FL, for boys and girls in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12. Approximately 1,380 students gather here from the greater Tampa Bay area to form ONE Berkeley.