The safety of children attending Maryland youth camps is of utmost importance, and the regulations governing these camps are established to ensure their health and wellbeing. These regulations require camp operators to check the criminal records of employees, maintain appropriate levels of supervision, implement health and safety procedures, report incidents, safely perform high-risk recreational activities, and keep camp facilities in good working order. This summer, Chesapeake Life Center will offer one-day programs for youth ages 6 to 18.Through art, play, conversations and support, children and teens will learn new ways to cope with the difficult task of grieving and understand that they are not alone. The camp director or a member of the BCSC Advisory Board will work to resolve any issues that arise.
Campers can also experience life as it was in Maryland in the 19th century by learning craft skills, role-playing and hands-on learning in a 19th century environment. Additional music and dance programs are available in downtown Baltimore, Annapolis and Towson. SuperKids Camp is a six-week summer academic enrichment program for elementary students in Baltimore. It provides an opportunity for eligible students to participate in challenging academic work with peers who share their exceptional abilities.
At Camp Ami, children receive swimming lessons and enjoy Israeli culture, arts and crafts, singing and dancing, games, stories, science activities, cooking and water games. Students enrolled in the Science Camp take part in practical activities in the laboratory designed to inculcate and improve interest in science and mathematics. We believe that children will bring what they have learned at camp back to school, home and community. They will be able to take responsibility for shaping their future with newfound enthusiasm.
New Wave Martial Arts has 5 master instructors, more than any other local school in the Baltimore area. If a person is not satisfied with the resolution offered by the Chairman of the Advisory Board, they can contact the Baltimore County Recreation and Parks Board.