At Digital Media Academy, we encourage and inspire kids and teens to become the next generation of developers, animators, filmmakers, photographers, designers and engineers! Our tech camps feature hands-on, project-based learning using the latest in virtual reality, wearable technology, robotics, 3D printing and more!
Classy Kids Cook is an innovative concept in children's education, combining cooking classes, camps, celebrations and etiquette training.
Since 1997, Future Investor Clubs of America (FICA), has been preparing the next generation of financial investors & leaders. FICA Young Investors Wall St. Summer Campers enjoy financial training, field trips to banks, brokerages, exchanges & major corporations. FICA Camp locations: Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Kansas City, Nashville, New York, Oakland, Orlando, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle & Washington DC.
#1 Summer camps in Washington DC, Bethesda & McLean
KidSpies will hone their tradecraft, meet real spies, & run training missions through top secret briefings & activities. Develop a disguise, make & break codes, use escape & evasion techniques, create spy gadgets, uncover science in spying
During our 18 year partnership with Georgetown University, Summer Discovery’s pre-college program combines academics, athletics, and activities to give high school students a well-rounded introduction to college life. Join us this summer for this 3 week experience.
This program includes voice, movement, improvisation & acting to to nuture and develop the students' skill set and enhances the young actors ability to perform and work together as an ensemble.
For over 30 years, TIC Summer Camp has been the premiere technology and sports day camp in the DC area. Kids come for the chance to explore technology and come back for the personal attention (4:1 ratio), creativity, and excitement rarely found elsewhere.
Discovery Creek's Summer Nature Adventure encourages all children to experience, appreciate, and become stewards of the natural environment.
Steve & Kate's Camp conforms to kids. Not the other way around. Instead of a rigid structure, we give our campers choice. Instead of teaching kids the typical way, we give them tools and gentle guidance to help them become autodidacts. The difference is subtle–and it’s profound.