The New School
The New School has more than 50 camps taught by New School teachers and professionals in the community. Starting the second week of June, The New School will be holding various summer camps and activities available for 1st through 8th grade, including Adventure Camp, Musical Theatre, Drumming Camp, and Songwriting & Technology. Kindergarteners will enjoy traditional day camp with daily field trips to places like Starlight Skatium, Fayetteville Public Library and more.
Online registration is open. View a full schedule of The New School’s camps here.
The Amazeum’s week-long summer camps are the perfect place to unleash your child’s curiosity, explore and make new discoveries. These summer camps offer hands-on STEAM-focused fun that encourage your camper to be a creative explorer.
View all of the fun programs here.
Crystal Bridges combines art and nature for a summer of fun for ages 4 to 14 years.
Sign up and learn more here.
Arts Center of the Ozarks
Visual Arts Camps and Theatre Camps will be held at the Arts Center of the Ozarks through June and July. Kids ages 6 to 14 will have the opportunity to draw cartoon like super heroes/heroines, create a one-act play for family & friends, spend the week learning about street art then creating a mural on the ACO building, build functional and sculptural ceramic art, and so much more!
Register and learn more here.
Trike Theatre offers classes and camps in acting, literary, crafts and visual arts, movement and dance, improvising scripts, music and singing and much more! Your child will have the chance to train to be a Jedi, go on Wild Things-inspired adventures, create a Dr. Seuss-inspired world, and be involved in lots of quick-thinking activities.
Information is available here.
Arkansas Athletes Outreach
AAO summer camps help aspiring athletes to reach their full potential. Programs that focus on a variety of different game-like conditions not only build young athletes’ skills, but also give them top game experience.
Learn more here.
NWACC Kid’s College offers numerous fun, educational short-term courses for two age groups: 9-12 and 13-16. From music and dance, robotics, to cooking, acting, Harry Potter inspired writing and more. There are a variety of great options allowing young students to experience the excitement of being on a college campus while learning about topics that ignite their passion.
More information is available here.