Summer at Friends has been creating summer fun for decades. Campers benefit from a wide variety of activities that take advantage of more than 30 acres of Friends School of Baltimore’s beautiful campus. Programs are designed for specific age ranges – and the options for campers ages 10 – 13 do not disappoint!
The Senior Experience is a traditional day camp that explores weekly themes planned to engage and challenge campers. Themes include Flora & Fauna, Sports & Stats, and Printmaking & Ceramics – just to name a few! Daily art and science classes, swimming instruction, and tennis instruction encourage learning new skills and having fun!
Campers interested in performing arts are in luck, too! Take Two! challenges campers to craft and stage original works in music, dance, comedy, poetry and more. Rock with Friends teaches budding guitarists, bassists, drummers, vocalists, and keyboard players how to jam with a real rock band!
Dance and Film, a new camp this year, takes dance out of the studio, and uses the campus as a stage! Campers will choreograph and film dynamic dance routines set with the pool, dining hall, and other campus favorites as a backdrop.
Summer at Friends’ popular Creative Technology Camps are also available! Choose from MakersCamp, Robots & Rockets, Flash Animation, Phantastic Photography, Claymation, Fun with Architecture, or Video Camp
Babysitter Training and First Aid/CPR/AED Training are available throughout the summer. These classes are a great way to learn new skills, and help instill confidence!
The best part? Enrollment is flexible so you can mix and match to create a summer full of memories that will last for years to come! Summer will be here before you know it — Camp starts on June 18 and runs through August 10. Register early while there is still space!
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