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Summer Camp Guide

When we think of camp, so many images pop into our minds. Crackling campfires and sticky s’mores. Silly songs and stories. Chilly lakes and The Blob. Hiking, biking, swimming, dancing, playing. And above all, learning new skills, discovering new interests, gaining sometimes-lifelong friendships – and occasionally marriages, as you’ll see in Andria Frankfort’s Summer Nights.

Buzz-area residents are fortunate in that Houston is home to many types of camps, programs and classes to choose from, including specialized sports, arts and educational programs for all ages. Additionally, many overnight camps are located just a car or bus ride away. Choosing the right camp for your child depends on your child’s personality, interests, summer schedule and other factors.

This guide is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all camps. Instead, our goal is to provide readers with a snapshot of each camp and program, as a starting point in the research process. The Buzz Magazines Summer Camp Guide includes camps and programs that support our magazines through advertising.

Alodia Basketball Academy Summer Camps

Est. 2008
Ages: incoming grades 3-9
Co-ed • Day camp
22601 Lutheran Church Road
Tomball, Texas 77377 (map)
281-255-2552 • camps@alodiaconsulting.comwww.alodiasports.com
Camp Director: Taylor Schippers

Developing the next generation of leaders through sports! Alodia Basketball Academy provides camps at great values with low coach to camper ratios: shooting camps (2,000 shots in 4 days), competition camps (12 games in 4 days), and total player camps (elevating a player's overall game).

Basketball University Spring and Summer Youth Skills Camp

Est. 2004
Ages: 10-18
Co-ed • Day camp
FilHoops Gym, 10131 Emnora
Houston, Texas 77080 (map)
832-453-4562 • info@BasketballU.orgwww.Basketballu.org
Camp Director: Rhossi Carron

Basketball University will host its Spring Break Skills Camp, March 13-16 @ FilHoops Gym. Open to youth athletes ages 10-18, this camp is designed to promote skill development, performance enhancement, and increase basketball IQ during the off-season. Basketball University's Spring Break Camp is only $140 per youth athlete. The Skills Camp is also available during the Summer Sessions. Check website for dates and times.

Beth Yeshurun Day School

Est. 1949
Ages: 15 months-5th Grade
Co-ed • Day camp
4525 Beechnut

Houston, Texas 77096 (map)
713-666-1884 • camp@byds.org  • www.byds.org/student-life/camp
Camp Director: Jessica Di Giulio

Sports and traditional summer camp activities combined with Jewish education offer an unforgettable summer at Beth Yeshurun Day School. Choose from a wide variety of weekly enrichment camps for children ages 15 months through 5th grade. Multifaceted enrichment programs include computer skills, strategic games, reinforcing classroom learning, and innovative problem solving, plus dance and creative movement, music classes, and a variety of sports. Our summer camp follows the highest standards of safety and security, and our low staff-to-camper ratio ensures each child receives individualized attention. We aim to provide a captivating environment with activities and programs that keep your child interested, engaged, and having fun while making new friends, learning important social skills, and continuing to develop Jewish values.

Camp Balcones Springs

Est. 1993
Ages: 7-17
Co-ed • Overnight
104 Balcones Springs Drive
Marble Falls, Texas 78654 (map)
830-693-2267 • info@campbalconessprings.comwww.campiscool.com
Camp Director: Christine Baskin

At Camp Balcones Springs our mission is to change lives for the better through fun, relationships, and spiritual impact. We aspire to bring solid values from the home to the camp and provide campers with the attention needed to build self-confidence and help them reach their full potential in one of Texas’ most beautiful settings.

Camp Champions

Est. 1967
Ages: 6-17
Co-ed • Overnight
775 Camp Road,
Marble Falls, Texas 78654 (map)
830-598-2571 • info@campchampions.comwww.campchampions.com
Camp Director: Leah Mesches

Camp Champions has had a tradition of excellence since 1967. Fantastic activities and the best-trained counselors are a few of the reasons that Camp Champions is consistently ranked among the top camps in the country. Our passion is to help every camper grow into the Champion they are intended to be. Two and three-week sessions are offered where we create a loving community and encourage every camper to discover the best versions of themselves. Informational meetings in Houston scheduled for February and March. See www.campchampions.com for details.

Camp Cho-Yeh

Est. 1947
Ages: 6-16
Co-ed • Overnight
2200 South Washington
Livingston, Texas 77351 (map)
936-328-3200 • jennj@cho-yeh.orgwww.cho-yeh.org
Camp Director: Garret Larsen

Camp Cho-Yeh exists to be a place where Jesus Christ transforms lives though meaningful relationships and outdoor adventures. Free from technology, campers are challenged to grow in their faith, character, and independence in a positive community. Featured activities include high ropes adventure park, zip line and climbing tower, archery tag, paintball, crate stacking, banana boating, blob, water zip line, wet willie, pool, wet bubble, jumping pillow, mud course, trail rides, treehouse, tomahawks and more!

Camp Lantern Creek

Est. 2011
Ages: 7-17
All Girls • Overnight
4545 North FM 1486
Montgomery, Texas 77356 (map)
936-597-8225 • ange@camplanterncreek.comwww.camplanterncreek.com
Camp Director: Ange Atkinson

At Camp Lantern Creek, our mission is to focus each girl on helping her to find her voice, discover her path, learn new life skills, and build emotional strength all while building life-long friendships. In this summer home away from home, we create a magical environment where girls learn to try new things, take risks, celebrate both new achievements and great tries. This unique experience builds friendships and newfound confidence that campers take with them back home to bolster them for the rest of the year.

Camp Olympia

Est. 1968
Ages: 6-16
Coed • Overnight
723 Olympia Drive
Trinity, Texas 75862 (map)
936-594-2541 • campinfo@campolympia.comwww.campolympia.com

Camp Directors: Debbie Stubblefield, Administrative Director; Cody Mauldin, Director of Boys’ Camp; Michelle Mauldin, Director of Girls’ Camp
Camp Olympia is dedicated to having fun together, helping people grow in body, mind, and spirit. Established in 1968, Camp Olympia is a private, overnight Texas summer camp for boys and girls ages 6-16 offering one, two and three-week sessions. Camp Olympia blends its rich camping history and experience with its continual growth and exciting additions, making it a nationally recognized summer camp.

Camp Peniel

Est. 1946
Ages: 6-18
All Girls and All Boys / Overnight and day camps (summer) • Family camps (fall/spring)
Marble Falls, Texas 78654 (map)
800-848-1731 • info@camppeniel.orgwww.camppeniel.org
Camp Director: Brian Anderson

Camp Peniel, a place where God is known, and lives are changed. Be prepared for adventure on 382 acres of the beautiful hill country! Swim in our spring-fed lake, hike, ride horses, or challenge yourself on the zip-line. Peniel was founded for the sole purpose of reaching today's youth for Jesus Christ. We operate as a non-denominational ministry. We believe that every week of camp should be a life-changing experience because of the extreme fun experienced and the rock solid Bible training received. Our mission is to challenge every camper to strengthen their personal relationship with Christ while experiencing an adventure… with a purpose!

Camp Stewart

Est. 1924
Ages: 6-16
All boys • Overnight
612 FM 1340
Hunt, Texas 78024 (map)
830-238-4670 • jeeper@campstewart.comwww.campstewart.com
Camp Director: Jeeper Ragsdale

One-week, two-week and four-week options for separate traditional camps, boys and girls age 6-16, on the beautiful Guadalupe River. Family-style dining, homestyle food, worldwide, limited enrollment, personable staff, role model counselors, and fun programs! Instruction-oriented, offering more than 50 activities, including sports, horseback and swim. Also intangibles – self-confidence, teamwork, leadership, individual identity, dealing with challenges. Ragsdale family owned and operated. Open house on Saturday, March 18. Call or email for details.

Camp Young Judaea-Texas

Est. 1952
Ages: 6-15
Co-ed • Overnight
121 Camp Young Judaea Drive
Wimberley, Texas 78676 (map)
713-723-8354 • info@cyjtexas.orgwww.cyjtexas.org
Camp Director: Frank Silberlicht

CYJ-Texas strives to provide a supportive and dynamic environment in which Jewish youth can explore, grow, and mature. Our programming aims to strengthen Jewish identity, foster devotion to Israel, create lasting friendships, encourage individual achievement, and heighten self-esteem and leadership skills. Through experiences designed to encourage a lifetime commitment to Judaism and Israel, Camp Young Judaea fulfills its mission: to educate, to inspire, and to enrich the lives of its campers. Camp Young Judaea is a great place to spend the summer. We provide a Jewish summer experience for children from all different backgrounds: Reconstructionist, Reform, Conservative, Traditional, Orthodox, and any Jew who wants to enjoy the camp experience. We provide a Shabbat-friendly, kosher environment where our campers learn and develop a strong connection to Israel. From singing to swimming, hiking to hanging out, there is something for everyone here at CYJ.

The Career Accelerator

Est. 2015
Ages: 14-22
Co-ed • Day camp
9111 Katy Freeway, Suite 310
Houston, Texas 77024 (map)
832-863-3807 • rebecca@theenrichery.comwww.theenrichery.com/career-accelerator
Camp Director: Rebecca Whitmer

The Career Accelerator provides gifted high school and college students with lifelong mentors who help students learn about their field of interest, build a professional network, and acquire strong recommendation letters. Students begin with an intensive professional development course designed in collaboration with Vanderbilt University faculty. After the weeklong class, students are matched with some of the city's most prestigious organizations for a competitive internship in the field of their choice.

Firat Education Build-Your-Own Summer Camp

Est. 2008
Ages: Grades K-12
Co-ed • Day camp
3701 W. Alabama Street., Suite 390
Houston, Texas 77027 (map)
713-871-1048 • info@firateducation.comwww.firateducation.com
Camp Director: Ibrahim Firat

Firat Education lives for its mission to create customizable services for its clients. You and up to 4 friends can custom build your summer camp program with us. Select the subject/topic (any standardized test, any school subject); tell us how many friends, family, neighbors, teammates (up to 5); tell us how many hours you’d like your camp to be. Contact us to schedule a free session and let us help you build your summer program with endless options for scheduling.

Fusion Academy Houston Galleria

Est. 2015
Ages: 6-12th grade
Co-ed • Day camp
5065 Westheimer Road, Suite 840
Houston, Texas 77056 (map)
713-963-9096 • ebeguerie@fusionacademy.comwww.FusionHoustonGalleria.com
Camp Director: Elizabeth Beguerie, Head of School

Finally, a summer school that won’t take away your summer fun! Catch up on missed credits, retake a class, get ahead before next semester, or supplement a homeschool program with an art, music, or lab class. From algebra to yoga and everything in between, we have over 250 courses, all taught one student to one teacher. Students can start at any point in the year and take classes in the morning, afternoon, or evening based on their personal preference and learning style.

Gerry and Greta's Art Camp Adventures

Est. 2009
Ages: First through fifth grade
Co-ed • Day Camp
10371 Stella Link
Houston, Texas 77025 (map)
713-817-0177 • gerryandgreta@gmail.comwww.artcampadventures.com
Camp Directors: Gerry Melot and Greta Bernitz

Gerry and Greta’s Art Camp is a great way to expose campers to art history, different styles of art and art materials in a happy and relaxed atmosphere.  The projects are creative, designed to be easy for the youngest campers, yet challenging for the older ones.  The camp has a morning snack break and a 30-minute break in The Zone’s bounce house room.  The small camp size ensures every camper receives lots of attention and guidance.

Heart O' the Hills

Est. 1953
Ages: 6-16
All girls • Overnight
2430 Hwy. 39
Hunt, Texas 78024 (map)
830-238-4650 • jane@hohcamp.comwww.hohcamp.com
Camp Director: Jane Ragsdale

Two-week and four-week options for separate traditional camps, boys and girls age 6-16, on the beautiful Guadalupe River. Family-style dining, homestyle food, worldwide, limited enrollment, personable staff, role model counselors, and fun programs! Instruction-oriented, offering more than 50 activities, including sports, horseback and swim. Also intangibles – self-confidence, teamwork, leadership, individual identity, dealing with challenges. Ragsdale family owned and operated. Open house on Saturday, March 18. Call or email for details.

The Honeycomb Artista

Est. 2017
All ages
Co-ed • Day camp
5401 Bissonnet Street
Houston, Texas 77081 (map)
832-258-8500 • thehoneycombart@gmail.comwww.thehoneycombartista.com
Camp Director: Eve Sweet

Your creative journey starts here! Fun, educational and inspirational no matter your age or experience level. Painting classes, private parties and camps.

Houston Ballet - Preschool Summer Classes

Est. 1955
Ages: 2 - 6
Co-ed • Day camp
601 Preston Street
Houston, Texas 77002 (map)
713-523-6300 • hbacademy@houstonballet.org
www.houstonballet.org/about/academy1/summer-intensive-program
Camp Director: Vicki Attard

Houston Ballet Academy’s Preschool classes are designed to introduce students to the art form of ballet in a creative and inspirational environment. Summer classes run June 5 - 17 and August 7 - 19, and are open enrollment: first come, first serve. Classes include Parent & Me, Joy of Motion, Creative Dance and Pre Ballet.

Houston Camera Exchange – Kids Camp

Est. 2017
Ages: 14 and older
Co-ed • Day camp
5900 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77057 (map)
713-789-6901 • info@hcehouston.comhcehouston.com
Camp Director: Sharlie Douglass

HCE Kids Camp is designed to help a new generation learn the basics and enjoy all kinds of photography. Cameras will be provided for hands on applications of exposure, composition and live shooting.

Houston Center for Photography – Youth Programs

Est. 1981
Ages: 9-17
Co-ed • Day camp
1441 West Alabama Street
Houston, Texas 77006 (map)
713-529-4755 • Japheth@hcponline.orgwww.hcponline.org/classes/Youth
Education Coordinator: Japheth A Storlie  

The Houston Center for Photography has exciting and innovative youth programs that offer something for everyone. HCP Summer Camps take place in June & July and cover a variety of photography topics for students ages 9-17. Focusing Spot classes are offered year-round and are open to students ages 12-17. HCP's Collaborations is a semester-long program for high school students that provides the opportunity to experience the planning of a photography exhibition first-hand.

Houston Elite Cheer Summer Camp

Est. 2013
Ages: 3-15
Co-ed • Day camp (all day or half day sessions)
1800 Sherwood Forest Street, Ste. B2
Houston, Texas 77043 (map)
713-464-1445 • houstonelitecheer@yahoo.comhoustonelitecheer.com
Camp Director: Lauryn Arntz

Join HEC for a jam packed week of exciting and challenging activities. Summer camp will include gymnastics, cheerleading, tumbling, arts and crafts, water balloon wars, obstacle courses and more! Our goal is for campers to have loads of fun while promoting fitness.

IDEA Lab Kids

Est. 2011
Ages: 5-14
Co-ed • Day camp
Bellaire • West U • Heights • Memorial  •  Spring • Katy
Sugar Land • Missouri City • Austin • Energy Corridor
832-672-7932 • camps@idealabkids.comwww.IdeaLabKids.com
Camp Director: Amber Diaz

Idea Lab Kids provides S.T.E.A.M. (Science | Technology | Engineering | Arts | Mathematics) camps ranging from dinosaur expeditions, drone flights, Minecraft programming, cooking school, pet vet, art studio, robotics, 3D Spanish and Mandarin immersion, chess, engineering, investigative science and many more. At Idea Lab Summer Camps, campers learn through inquisitive hands-on activities utilizing technology, science, math, critical-thinking skills and a great deal of IMAGINATION!

Marine Military Academy Summer Camp Program

Est. 1965
Ages: 12-18 (if not yet graduated from High School)
All Boys • Overnight (4-week session)
320 Iwo Jima Blvd.
Harlingen, Texas 78550 (map)
956-423-6006, Ext. 861 • admissions@mma-tx.orgwww.summer-camp-mma.com
Camp Director: Sgt.Maj. Ford Kinsley, USMC, Ret.

At MMA Summer Camp you work hard and play hard, you’ll be in constant motion. Every day, you’ll participate in challenging but exciting outdoor activities that build discipline, teamwork and confidence. As you have fun, you will also learn how to focus, problem solve and overcome your fears. No other camp will strengthen your body and mind like MMA Summer Camp! At MMA Summer Camp. Space is limited. You are not!

Play + Work + Restore

Est. 2016
Ages: 11-18
Co-ed • Day Camp
10510 Westview Drive, Suite 100
Houston, Texas 77043 (map)
346-204-5711 • info@yogaathletex.comwww.yogaathletex.com
Camp Director:  Patricia Bomar

A Summer Sport Performance and Yoga Camp for Youth Athletes. At Yoga Athletex, we do training differently. We believe in a balanced and flexible approach. Our athletes play hard, work harder, and are rewarded for this work with restoration. Camps are for club level, high school and middle school athletes looking for a change of training pace. Each day, we’ll incorporate speed, agility, endurance and strength, along with yoga, mobility, flexibility, breath work and focus games. Call us or visit our website for camp details.

Power Camp

Est. 1999
Ages: Entering pre-K/4 through entering 6th grade
Co-ed • Day Camp (before and after care offered 8-9 a.m. and 3-5:30 p.m.)
4417 Bellaire Boulevard (at Bellaire United Methodist Church)
Bellaire, Texas 77401 (map)
713-666-2167 • powercamp@bellaireumc.orgbellaireumc.org

Power Camp is a Christ centered summer day camp ministry of Bellaire United Methodist Church for children entering pre-K through the sixth grade. Our mission is to provide a positive Christian environment which includes education, recreation, and fun, while also providing a safe sanctuary for children in and around our community. We strive to create a caring, loving atmosphere where children are nurtured in faith and guided in personal and spiritual growth. Activities include Bible lessons, mission projects, swimming, weekly field trips, athletics/gym, games, art, crafts, cooking, science, theater arts, music and cooperative challenges.

St. John the Divine Vacation Bible School

Est. 1943
Ages: 4 through 5th grade
Co-ed • Day camp
2450 River Oaks Boulevard
Houston, Texas  77019 (map)
713-622-3600 • children@sjd.orgsjd.org/vbs
Camp Director: Deanna Lawson

St. John the Divine Vacation Bible School is here to assist families in introducing their kids to Jesus Christ, to plant the seed of God's Word into their hearts, to model the love of Jesus through a team of caring volunteers, and to nurture and shepherd them into a lasting relationship with God. Join us this summer for Vacation Bible School: Mission Unstoppable, July 31-August 3.

Summer Theatre Camp at The Grand 1894 Opera House

Est. 2010
Ages: 7-16
Co-ed • Day camp
The Grand 1894 Opera House, 2020 Post Office Street
Galveston, Texas 77550 (map)
409-770-5066 • spiel@thegrand.comwww.thegrand.com
Camp Director: Sarah Piel

You could be a star! Join The Grand for this one-week theatre camp featuring a residency with Missoula Children’s Theatre actors and directors. Camp led by MCT actors/directors and staff at The Grand. Camp culminates with a performance of “Peter and Wendy” on Friday, July 28. Camp hours: Mon.-Fri., July 24-28, 2017, 12:30-5:30 p.m. Campers must attend each day. Open to students ages 7-16 Cost: $245 per student.

Summer@STH

Est. 2009
Ages: 6th -12th grades
Co-ed • Day camp
4500 Memorial Drive, Houston, Texas 77007 (map)
281-757-4005 • summer@sths.orgsummer.sths.org
Camp Director: Gail Calkins

From our middle school academic, enrichment and sports camps to our high school academic and enrichment classes, our mission is to provide an experience which sparks curiosity and ignites passion while improving core skills through a wide range of fun yet challenging activities in the classroom, on the field, on the stage, in the computer lab or in the film room. Enhance your skill set, explore what you truly love doing, all while meeting new friends – Summer @ STH!

Summer at St. Mark's

Est. 2015
Ages: Rising pre-K through rising 8th grade
Co-ed • Day camp
3816 Bellaire Boulevard
Houston, Texas 77025 (map)
713-667-7030 • hmcwhinnie@stmes.orgwww.stmes.org/summer
Camp Director: Hazel McWhinnie

The community of St. Mark's Episcopal School celebrates the uniqueness of each child. We are stewards of our students' intellectual curiosity, faith, and passion for discovery. We cultivate joy, playfulness, and growth in a child-centered environment.

Total Football Soccer Camps affiliated with The Houston Dynamo Academy

Est. 2012
Ages: 5-13
Co-ed • Day camp or half-day camp
Q & B Indoor, 1739 Bingle Road
Houston, Texas 77055 (map)
281-658-6651 • nelson@totalfoot.orgwww.totalfoot.org
Camp Director: Nelson Ballesteros

The Total Football Club utilizes the Dutch philosophy that focuses on developing all around technical players.  We have a partnership with Ajax of Amsterdam and are an affiliate of the Houston Dynamo Academy. Our camps are a great way to allow players to develop their technical skills during the off season (first touch, moves to beat players, etc.) TFC camps are held indoors to avoid weather cancellations and keep the players indoors during the summer.

Uptown Dance Summer Camps

Est. 1999
Ages: 3 and up
Co-ed • Day camp
7417 Shadyvilla Lane     
Houston, Texas 77055 (map)
713-686-0334 • info@uptowndancehouston.comwww.uptowndancehouston.com
Camp Director:  Beth Gulledge-Brown

Our school was established in order to bring the highest quality of dance training to all our students. We are interested in training dancers of all ages and levels in order to bring them to their full potential as a dancer, to foster a life-long love and appreciation of dance, and to provide a quality performance experience which will instill confidence and poise. We want to achieve our goal by providing top level professional instruction for all ages, we will continually evaluate each student’s progress and objectives so they can be placed in a class where they will thrive and be challenged. Our faculty provides a broad range of instruction, combining the traditions and heritage of dance with the most current and innovative trends in ballet, tap, jazz and modern dance. In addition, we have a pre-professional program and company for those students who think they may wish to pursue a professional career in dance, giving them more training opportunities and performance exposure.

URJ Greene Family Camp

Est. 1976
Ages: 7-17
Co-ed • Overnight
1192 Smith Lane
Bruceville, Texas 76630 (map)
254-859-5411 • gfc@urj.orgwww.greene.org
Camp Director: Loui Dobin

At the URJ Greene Family Camp, we provide opportunity to grow and learn at the same time. It is an unforgettable religious, cultural, recreational and emotional experience. At GFC, nature, community, Judaism and fun are in tune with one another.  Programs include the arts, individual and team sports, adventure and water activities. Campers gain new skills, improve upon strengths and build community with fellow campers and our exceptional staff. Transformative experiences at camp inspire kids to bring camp home to their daily lives, applying what they learn here to better themselves, their communities and the world.

West U Baptist Church – Super Summer Stuff

Est. 1997
Ages: 2 months-13 years  
Co-ed • Day camp
6218 Auden
Houston, Texas 77005 (map)
713-668-2319 • supersummerstuff@wubc.orgwww.wubc.org/sss
Camp Director: Dave Allee

Super Summer Stuff is a high energy summer day camp at West U Baptist Church. We offer exciting field trips and have fun programming throughout the summer for a wide age range. Every week has a different theme that teaches and instructs as well as helping to build basic skills. Friendships are made, learning is encouraged, and we have a ton of fun!

Westbury Baptist Church Day Camp

Est. 1989    
Ages: Finished Kindergarten through 6th grade
Co-ed • Day camp
10425 Hillcroft Street
Houston, Texas 77096 (map)
713-723-8136 • daycamp@wbchouston.orgwww.wbchouston.org/Day-Camp
Camp Director: Erick Salazar

The WBC Day Camp is a recreation oriented camp for children who want to have a great summer of playing, learning, experiencing, and making new friends. We strive to help children learn about themselves and God and to provide a safe environment for childcare needs.

Western Academy Summer Camps

Est. 2010
Ages: 7-14
All Boys • Day Camp
1511 Butlercrest Street
Houston, Texas 77080 (map)
713-461-7000 x104 • pat.miggins@westernacademy.netwww.westernacademy.net/camps
Camp Director: Patrick Miggins

Western Academy is a private, independent, liberal arts, lower and middle school for boys. Summer Camps at Western reflect what we strive for throughout the school year, but in heightened spirit of adventure and freedom. We offer various, yet unique adventure, athletic and academic summer programs. Western Academy Summer Camps are led by our teachers who foster a particular enthusiasm for the camp they will direct, bringing alive that genuine passion for learning and fun.

Yorkshire Academy Summer Program

Est. 1984
Ages:  24 months – 6th grade
Coed • Day Camp
14120 Memorial Drive
Houston, Texas 77079 (map)
281-531-6088 • darnell@yorkshireacademy.comwww.yorkshireacademy.com
Camp Director: Lori Darnell

Yorkshire Academy offers “one stop” summer camp shopping for ages 24 months – 6th grade from June 5th – July 28th. Yorkshire’s weekly camps include academics, over 50 enrichment programs, theme-based options for our little ones and full-time care. The unique element of its program is flexibility: camps are offered for half day, full day, and full-time care.  In addition, a student can enroll in an academic camp in the morning and an enrichment camp such as chess, yoga or engineering in the afternoon or vice versa.  This is a community-wide program that attracts campers from beyond just West Houston and Katy.