Liberal Arts Camps and Programs

Children who like a wide range of subjects or who don't know exactly what they're interested in can attend liberal arts camp. In a combination of school and recreation camp, liberal arts camps blend both components to make for aSee More »

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    Duke University - Young Writers Camp

    The Duke Young Writers' Camp is open to students who are in grades 6-11 during the 2015-2016 academic year. Classes are designed to be academically challenging and focus on the creative and analytical processes of writing. Students will work on various projects, which may include newspaper features, short stories, character studies, journals, or short dramatic productions.

    Program highlights include:
    Opportunity to explore different genres, such as short fiction, poetry, journalism, and play writing
    Instruction by professional writers and educators
    Local guest speakers
    Daily Readers' Forum, where students share...

    Fusion Academy

    Wonderopolis


    Taft Summer School

    • Watertown, CT U.S.A.

    EXPLO Chicago

    • Chicago, IL U.S.A.

    Camp MasterChef

    • Claremont, CA U.S.A.

    EXPLO Boston

    • Norton, MA U.S.A.

    Summer Horizons Camp

    • Washington, DC U.S.A.

    July at Bennington

    • Bennington, VT U.S.A.

    Time Travelers Program

    • Scranton, PA U.S.A.

    Clearwater Summer Kids

    • Port Ewen, NY U.S.A.

    GirlSummer

    • Troy, NY U.S.A.

    Trinity Summer

    • San Antonio, TX U.S.A.

    Great Books Summer Program

    • Amherst, MA U.S.A.

    Social Justice Youth Camp

    • Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia Canada

    SEEK Summer Camps

    • Tucson, AZ U.S.A.

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      About Liberal Arts Camps and Programs

      Children who like a wide range of subjects or who don't know exactly what they're interested in can attend liberal arts camp. In a combination of school and recreation camp, liberal arts camps blend both components to make for aSee More »