Are you looking for a summer camp for your child in Baltimore MD? Look no further! Merritt Clubs offers a wide range of interactive and certified half-day and full-day summer camps, with activities ranging from American Girl to Harry Potter Camp. Camp Alleghany, an overnight summer camp located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, is another great option for girls aged 7 to 16.Nature Camp, located in Monkton, is a great choice for those who want to experience life as it was in Maryland in the 19th century. SuperKids Camp is a six-week academic enrichment program for elementary students in the city of Baltimore. Capitol Debate offers debate camps for 8 years and 16 years in Loyola and Washington area respectively.
New Wave Martial Arts has 5 master instructors, more than any other local school in the Baltimore area. The Community College of Baltimore County offers a three-week resident performing arts camp on the Essex campus. Grier School, in central Pennsylvania, offers horseback riding, dance, art, theater, swimming, camping and sports in sessions of one to three weeks for girls aged 7 to 17.Finally, Camp Friendship is a residential summer program for children with cancer. Merritt Clubs offers an array of half-day and full-day interactive summer camps that are certified by the state of Maryland.
Your children will have access to several camp environments, up to 26% after care, extended hours and more during the camp session. Camps include American Girl, Sports and More, Swim Camp, Dance Camp, Harry Potter Camp, Super Hero Camp, and more. The camp is open to grades 1 through 8, with sessions divided by age. The groups of 20 campers have three counselors.
The camp achieves a balance between the enrichment that parents seek and the enjoyment that children need. Camp Alleghany is an overnight summer camp located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia that provides programs for girls ages 7 to 16 with one- or six-week sessions. Girls continue to enjoy the same customs and activities established 90 years ago such as archery, crafts, canoeing, dance, theater, archery, ropes, singing, sports and fitness, swimming and tennis with an emphasis on the principles of sportsmanship, citizenship, cooperation, consideration for others, the honor system and the meaningful appreciation of outdoor activities. Goals are achieved in a lively, relaxed and fun environment which improves self-esteem and increases confidence as girls grow in leadership, maturity and responsibility.
Anna Carol DeNeufville's 9-year-old daughter has been attending Nature Camp for two summers and loves “wasting time in the woods” says DeNeufville who works as a nurse at the Maria Health Care Center. In addition to spending time in the water campers will spend time on land learning boat and rowing techniques paddling on the erg (rowing machine) and participating in training on land. SuperKids Camp is a six-week academic enrichment program for elementary students in Baltimore that provides fun activities while perfecting public speaking skills or helping shy children become more confident when talking to others. Ron Bratt executive director of Capitol Debate which has organized debate camps in Loyola for 8 years and in the Washington area for 16 years says that this program could be suitable for any child regardless of their personality type.
New Wave Martial Arts has 5 master instructors more than any other local school in the Baltimore area which makes it perfect for campers with physical or mental conditions such as epilepsy cerebral palsy or autism who can participate in a variety of activities in a safe and welcoming environment. The Community College of Baltimore County offers a three-week resident performing arts camp on their Essex campus where students can learn about music theatre dance visual arts creative writing photography filmmaking video production animation puppetry costume design set design stage combat improvisation acting and more! Nature Camp located on 230 acres of land protected by Nature Conservation near Big Falls Road in Monkton was established in 1974 with the goal of offering “transformative experiential education programs” according to Don Webb the camp's director. We know that your child will bring what they have learned in this camp to school home and community and will provide a new “spark” to their peers as they take responsibility for shaping their future. Grier School located in central Pennsylvania offers horseback riding dance art theater swimming camping and sports in sessions of one to three weeks for girls aged 7 to 17 so they can experience life as it was in Maryland during the 19th century by learning craft skills role-playing and hands-on learning in a 19th century setting.
Students enrolled in the Science Camp participate in practical activities in the laboratory designed to inculcate and improve interest in science and mathematics. Camp Friendship is a residential summer program founded by Carol Jean Cancer Foundation that provides children with cancer an opportunity to enjoy a worry-free summer at camp without worrying about medical care or financial burden.