Ultimate Guide to Summer Camps in Phoenix 2019

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As moms ourselves, we know that finding the perfect summer camps mean fun-filled, and stress-free summers!  We are eager to present our 2019 Ultimate Guide to Summer Camps in Phoenix, and hope it provides you some insight as you make your summer plans!

We need to extend our greatest appreciation to all of our summer camp sponsors who made this guide possible!  When you sign your kiddos up for one of the camps listed below, please let them know that North Phoenix Moms Blog sent you their way!

AZ on the Rocks

AZ on the Rocks Summer Camp will keep your kids active, cool and having a rockin’ good time all summer long (register whenever)! Campers will spend time defying gravity on our climbing walls, playing related team building games and activities, doing yoga, martial arts and much more. Lunch is provided fresh every day from Pita Jungle.
 
Half and full day options are available. Ages 6-12 years. 25% OFF – Early Bird Special Through the month of March!
 
Email [email protected] to register.

(480) 502-9777

iD Tech

At iD Tech, students ages 7-19 learn to code, design video games, produce videos, design Fortnite-inspired levels, mod Minecraft, create with Roblox, engineer robots, model and print 3D characters, work with AI and machine learning, build laptops, learn about cyber security, and more!

Weeklong, day and overnight summer programs that instill in-demand skills and embolden students to shape the future. iD Tech Camps (weeklong, co-ed, 7-17), Alexa Café (weeklong, all-girls, 10-15), iD Tech Academies (2-week, teen-only, 13-18).

Tutor Time Summer Camp

A busy summer is a fun summer. Make this summer like no other at Tutor Time’s Camp One-of-a-Kind, which is brimming with activities and features weekly and bi-weekly themes that may include science, geography, zoology, art, fitness, games, and STEM learning. Your child will enjoy immersive field trips, educational experiences, cool gear, and healthy meals. Choose your favorite camps, or go all summer long. Younger siblings at home? We offer programs for younger children too! Get ready for a summer camp experience that’s totally unique! Visit one of our 26 valley-wide school, call us at 877.794.6704 or visit TutorTime.com/summer to learn more.

(877) 794-6704

Logic and Leadership Academy

This leadership course isn’t just about preparing students to go to college, it’s about teaching students how to be successful, happy, and productive wherever they go. When students enjoy what they are doing, they excel in college, at work, and in all aspects of life.

The Leadership Society of Arizona (LSA) has created a fun leadership program based on 25 years of professional development research conducted at ASU (2,000+ tests valued at $6.6B). The program teaches students how to use natural laws and logical thinking skills to learn 10x faster, manage their stress, and solve problems by utilizing expertise from their parents and other mentors. LSA has worked with over 1,200 students with a 96% satisfaction rating. As a result, 75% feel less stressed and 64% feel more confident about their futures.

Use code: MOMCARES and receive $25 off your registration! See what others are saying by clicking here

Phoenix Center for the Arts

At Thunderbird Arts Center’s Summer Camp, children ages 6-12 will experience a full day of professional instruction in visual and performing arts, from 9am-4pm. Classes include Music, Dance, Drama, and Visual Arts. At the end of each Camp session, campers participate in a performance showcasing what they have learned and created!
Summer Art Camps are held in two locations: in north Phoenix at Thunderbird Arts Center and downtown at Phoenix Center for the Arts. Just $375 for each 2-week camp session. Get in on our early bird special and pay just $325 until May 3rd. Before and after care are available. Discounts for additional siblings!Summer Camps Dates:
Session 1: 6/3/2019 – 6/14/2019
Session 2: 6/17/2019 – 6/28/2019
Session 3: 7/08/2019 – 7/19/2019
Session 4: 7/22/2019 – 8/2/2019

(602) 254-3100

Legacy Ballet Academy

June and July 2019 Active Minds camps are for children ages 3-6.5 yr. 

Active free play, dance class, stretching, tumbling, fun with numbers and more. Themes are a surprise each day and rotate between: 
Superhero Academy- balance boot camp, how far can you jump?, obstacle courses
Royal Academy- manners and formal greetings, tea party, classical dance
Games and Art-life size Candy Land dance game, Jazzy Twister, dance arts crafts

June 3rd-June 21st 6-11yrs Flexibility and Dance Camp 

9am-2pm, Monday-Friday
Dance classes, Dance Videos, Flexibility, crafts and dance games

July Ballet Intensives 2019, Ages 6.5 and Up

A focused ballet curriculum for summer advancement in technical study. The intensive program has proven to show growth in abilities, maturity and class material retention each year. Beginner and Advanced dancers benefit greatly from their detailed approach to summer training. A short showcase will conclude each intensive program. 

(602) 314-8033

YMCA Summer Camp

YMCA BELIEVES THAT AN ORGANIZED CAMP EXPERIENCE IS A VITAL COMPONENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION OF THE WHOLE CHILD.

Camp is available for ages 5*-15 (Campers 1st -9th grade in Fall 2019)

Registration is now OPEN! They are excited about the upcoming summer and rolling out a new Summer Camp format. Their goals is to offer a Resident Camp feel in a Day Camp environment by creating a sense of belonging, achievement and relationship through opening/closing ceremonies, smaller group size, age appropriate activities and character development enrichment.

Every camp includes traditional activities such as weekly themes games, field trips, environmental educations, crafts, songs, skits, and water activities including swimming. 

(602) 404-9622

The Children's Museum of Phoenix

Give your child(ren) a summer packed with hands-on learning and fun! Each unique camp week includes games and activities designed to cultivate the minds and muscles of children ages 5-8. Campers will also have plenty of time to play within all three floors of the Museum’s imaginative exhibits. Here they’ll build confidence and self-esteem, make friends and lasting memories. Extended care available.

Summer Camp Dates:
June 3-7, June 10-14, June 17-21, June 24-28, July 1-5, July 8-12, July 15-19, July 22-26, and July 29-August 2

Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics and Dance Center

SUPERCAMP includes World-Class Gymnastics Instruction, fun in the “Ninja Zone”, Dance, Sports and more! Half day and full day available. Ages 3-13 years included. Each child will receive a SUPERCAMP shirt during their first full week. Each week has a different fun theme. 

Half Day – 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Full Day – 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

American Baseball Camp

Youth Baseball Camp for ages 6-12 on July 8th-11th 8:30-3:00 (early and late drop off available).

Camp is indoors in the Deer Valley Airpark area. The emphasis of this camp: Developing character traits in young Phoenix area ballplayers with a confidence-building, teammate oriented, self-esteem building baseball program over 4 days. They challenge ballplayers in all facets of being a baseball player including being coachable, being a good teammate, talking to coaches and umpires correctly, appreciating the sacrifice of parents and understanding the benefits of working hard.

All About Etiquette

Enroll your kids in our Summer Etiquette Camp! Parents, you will be happy you did. Classes are fun and entertaining and what could be better… they will be learning Etiquette. Classes for children & teens ages 6–18. 

Summer Camp Dates:
June 4, 5, 6, & 7 Ages 6 – 8
June 18, 19, 20, & 21 Ages 9 – 12
June 29 & 30 Ages 13 – 18
July 9, 10, 11, & 12 Ages 6 – 8
July 23, 24, 25, & 26 Ages 9 – 12
July 27 & 28 Ages 13 – 18

Grand Canyon University Camp

For incoming 2nd – 5th graders

This science exploration experience, hosted by the GCU Learning Lounge®, is an authentic encounter with science perfect for elementary school students. Participants will integrate their newfound scientific knowledge with literacy and language skills. Second graders explore the human impact on the environment in “Shoreline Science” experiments. Third and fourth graders investigate how light functions in “Light Energy” and fifth graders examine how the solar system works in “Planets and Moon” experiments.

Day Camp
Drop-Off: 9 am
Pick-Up: 3 pm
Cost: Free

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2 COMMENTS

  1. My whole view on seeking a summer camp for my 14 year old Daughter, was to have her in activities with no internet. Working with others, having interaction with the kids. social skills and learning to work with each other. It is our last few years in teaching them in the way they should go, But as a Parent I’m old fashion in a way. This is really hard finding the right thing to do?

  2. I appreciate you helping me learn more about what summer programs are available. I have a friend moving into the area and is looking for camps for her children. I will mention your site to her.

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