Educational Summer Camps
Arizona Animal Welfare League Day Camp
Week-long sessions are offered for children ages 6-14 and cover a range of topics from animal care, veterinary medicine, responsible pet ownership and wildlife education.
Arizona Museum for Youth Day Camp
Explore the art of color in this camp especially for pre-schoolers and Kindergarteners! Watercolor landscape painting, tissue paper collage, wax resist drawing, scratch art. Camp is for children ages 4-6.
Arizona Take Action Camp
Me to We’s Take Action Camps are week-long, social justice-themed summer camps, designed to give young people leadership skills, confidence and peer support to improve not only themselves, but their world. Windsong Peace & Leadership Center in Patagonia, AZ.
Audubon Adventures Summer Camp
Exciting explorations in the Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area. Audubon Arizona’s summer camp program offers opportunities to experience and learn about nature in fun and interactive ways. 4th grade through 9th grade.
BeiBei Amigos Language Preschool
Mandarin Chinese and Spanish Language Immersion summer programs for ages 1-4 yrs, K - 2, 3-5, and 6-8. North Phoenix.
Brophy College Preparatory
For girls and boys entering the 5th through 8th grades. Designed to reinforce fundamental concepts, attitudes and skills necessary for academic success.
This summer day program invites children to let their imaginations run wild through encouraged team work, creative problem solving and inventive thinking. Offered in various schools around the Valley.
A week-long session including up-close animal encounters, hands on activities and games, organized free time, in-depth investigations and an opportunity to assist with a unique keeper chore.
Culinary Summer Camp
Introduce your child to the wonderful world of ‘Classic Cooking’. Learn some knife skills to start an adventure of fun in the kitchen. Elementary as well as more advanced cooking techniques will be included for all ages and levels of skill. Ages 8-17.
Desert Botanical Garden Summer Camp and Programs
A variety of full-day and half day summer camps and programs, including night camps and teen rafting adventure.
Dobson Montessori Schools
Classes, workshops, and trips for children ages 2-1/2 through 10th grade. Mesa and Tempe.
Your child can learn what it takes to be a farmer! They will play and learn as they meet, feed, and care for the farm's animals (cows, chickens, goats, horses, donkeys and more). Daily crafts and snacks included. Space is limited. Superstition Farm, Mesa.
Frank Lloyd Wright / Taliesin West Architecture Camp
Programs for K-12 at the Frank Lloyd Wright property in north Scottsdale. Topics include design, nature, photography and sculpture.
Grand Canyon Youth
River trips for Middle and High School students promote environmental awareness, community involvement, personal growth and teamwork among people of diverse background.
iD Tech Camps
Technology camps for kids and teens at Arizona State University, including topics like app creation, video game design, programming and web design.
K9 Kids Summer Camp at Villa La Paws
For kids and teens ages 7 to 17 and their dogs. Focus on relationship-building, responsibility and companionship between kids and their pets. Basic obedience training, fun tricks, games with dogs including relay races, musical chairs and tic tac toe, crafts with pets, canine first aid, grooming, how to approach unknown dogs, and instruction on dog sports.
Phoenix Country Day School Summer Programs
Summer programs serve children from grades PreK-12. Located in Paradise Valley.
Rancho Solano Summer Camp
Locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale and Gilbert. Kindergarten through 8th grade.
Summer Design Workshop
Summer Design Workshop will be held for high school students who have an interest in the arts and design to understand, firsthand, what architects and designers do, what designing buildings and cities is all about, and how design decisions impact the communities in which we live.
Summer Journalism Institute at ASU
Two full-immersion summer programs for high school students interested in journalism—the Summer High School Broadcast Institute and the Summer High School Print Journalism Institute.