Summer Camp Guide 2018

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Summer Camp Guide 2018

May 11, 2018
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Summer Camp Guide 2018

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Summer stay deteriorate is only around a corner. Each summer, millions of children skip for campsites around a nation to swim, hike, qualification and suffer a fraternisation of friends. Although a normal overnight camps are a large strike with many families, a lot of children also attend specialized day camps closer to home.

Many people put off summer stay formulation until it is too late. Parents should keep in mind that some camps have specific cut-off dates for enrollment. Parents who wish to kick a crowds this year can use this discipline to assistance devise a summer stay agenda.

Attend an course seminar. Take a time to revisit impending camps for a tour, and use this open residence as an event to learn some-more about a programs offered. Many camps take partial in informal stay fairs so we can speak to many during once.  If available, find a stay worker to plead your child’s eligibility for enrollment. Some camps might offer webinars.

Fill out a enrollment package completely. Each stay has their possess mandate for registration. Expect to contention some personal information, including a medical credentials and explanation of insurance, names and numbers of puncture contacts, and any other impending information as it relates to a camper. This might embody allergies, fears, earthy or mental disabilities, or even preferences in stay courses.

Establish remuneration schedules. Summer camps change in price. The ACA says stay costs operation from $100 to some-more than $1,500 per week. However, many accredited camps offer some arrange of financial assistance for children from families with singular financial means. If cost is a factor, be certain to benefaction a subject.

Prepare children for a earthy hurdles a stay might present. Summer stay activities might be rigorous, and campers might need to be privileged by a medicine before starting. Be certain to report your child a earthy and move along any impending forms. Children also can boost their levels of earthy activity compared to a mostly sedentary inlet of winter. Such credentials can forestall injuries when enchanting in outside and earthy activities.

Shop for supplies. Camps are expected to yield a list of mandate with courtesy to wardrobe and other apparatus campers will need. Make certain kids have adequate shorts, T-shirts, socks, jaunty shoes, swimsuits, toiletries, and other stay necessities before they leave.

Keep KIDS in a loop. Engage children in a formulation routine to assistance assuage their fears and get them vehement about summer camp.

Summer stay can encourage lifelong memories. Parents can assistance kids prepared in allege for a fun that’s shortly to arrive. 

AFRIM’S Sports Summer Camps

Soccer Camp – Train/Learn/Improve
for ages 6-14.

Action Camp – Bounce/Play/Create
for ages 3-12.

636 Albany Shaker Road, Albany

Call (518) 438-3131 or visit

Albany Academies

10+ co-ed programs for pre-K to 10th grade.

135 Academy Road, Albany

Call (518) 429-2332 or visit

Albany Berkshire Ballet

Summer dance camps and intensives for ages 4 to adult, amateur to professional.

25 Monroe St., Albany

Call (518) 426-0660 or visit

Albany JCC Summer Camps

Experience summer fun for ages 3-15 with H2O sports, a arts, science, specialty camps and more.
340 Whitehall Road, Albany
Call (518) 438-6651 or visit

A New England Nanny

Camp collect adult and dump off, tutoring,
vacation child care, and full-time care.

Call (518) 348-0400 or visit

Bethlehem Children’s School

10 weeks of adventure-filled camps for
children ages 2.5-10 with art, science, outside preparation and more.

12 Fisher Blvd., Slingerlands
Call (518) 478-0224 or visit

Camp Scully Summer Camp

Day and overnight summer programs, with a far-reaching accumulation of outside activities for ages 5-16.

Call (518) 512-3577 or visit

Capital District Child Care Council

Providing a giveaway 2018 summer stay catalog featuring over 200 internal camps of all types, with pricing and activities.

Call (518) 426-7181 or visit

Capital District YMCA

Over 12 locations. From day camps to overnight camps to specialty camps, margin trips and weekly themes, there is something for everyone.

Call (518) 869-3500 or visit

Children’s Museum of Science Technology

Hands-on summer camps try topics from archeology to zoology, paleontology to sustainability science.

250 Jordan Road, Troy

Call (518) 235-2120 or visit

Circle of Friends Preschool

Summer stay for ages 3 to 5 years old.
2 Bethlehem Court, Delmar
Call (518) 478-0722 or visit

College of Saint Rose Summer Academy

Four weeks of fun and training for students in grades 6-10.

432 Western Ave., Albany

Call (518) 454-5144 or visit

Doane Stuart School

Announcing SCAMP – a summer knowledge for 3-8-year-olds with dance, music, scholarship and outside fun.

199 Washington Ave., Rensselaer

Call (518) 465-5222 or email: or visit

Drama Kids International

Weekly full and half-day summer camps hold in a Capital District for ages 4-11.

Call (518) 458-1313 or visit

Edmund Niles Huyck Preserve, Inc.

Summer  environmental education programs for grades K-12.
284 Pond Hill Road, Rensselaerville
Call (518-797-3440) or visit

Ohav Shalom Nursery School

Summer weekly themed stay for preschool kids ages 18 months to 5 years old. Full or part-time availability.

113 New Krumkill Road, Albany

Call Sheryl @ (518) 489-4894
or revisit

Rosa Venerini
Early Childhood Center

Summer module for 18 months to age 8. Children move a dear book to life by STEAM-inspired play.

1840 Van Vranken Ave., Schenectady

Call (518) 372-5961 or email

Saint Gregory’s School

For some-more information on summer stay programs, call Maureen Kostanoski during (518) 785-6621 or email admissions@

Samaritan-Rensselaer Children’s Center: Summer Fun during RPI

For kids ages 4-12 with swimming, humanities and crafts, sports, drama, margin trips and more. Full or part-time.

Located on a campus of RPI

Call Deirdre or Kristina @
(518) 271-3748 or visit

Serendipity Day Care Center

Summer Dippin’ 2018 includes 9 ½ themed weeks for children in grades 1-6 with horseback riding, float lessons, parks, museums, margin trips and more.
22 Grove St., Voorheesville
Call (518) 765-2399 or email:

SPORTIME Summer Camps 2018

Preschool Camp for ages 3-5, Multi-Sport Camp for ages 6-16 and Tennis Combo Camp for ages 6-16.

2699 Curry Road, Schenectady

Call (518) 356-0100 or visit

St. Matthew School and Child Care

Summer stay for ages 3-12.

75 Whitehall Road, Albany

Call (518) 463-6495 or visit

Temple Israel ­— Herman and Libbie Michaelson Early Childhood Education Center

Summer Fun module for kids underneath 5 with artistic play and activities.

600 New Scotland Ave., Albany

Call Amie during (518) 438-7858, ext. 120 or email or visit

The Arts Center of a Capital Region

Summer camps for kids ages 6-17 with
pottery, stained glass, valuables making,
game design, photography and more,
full or partial time.

265 River St., Troy.
Call (518) 273-0552 or register online at

The Music Studio

Summer Fun with Music for ages 2-7 and Piano Camp for ages 9 and up.

1237 Central Ave., Albany

Call (518) 459-7799 or visit

TSL Adventures

10 full weeks of movement packaged summer adventures during mixed locations: Troy, Brunswick, East Greenbush, Albany, Guilderland, Niskayuna, Rotterdam, Scotia, Schoharie, Clifton Park and Ballston Spa starting Jun 25.

Call (518) 368-2653 or visit

Woodland Hill Montessori School

Summer Day Camp for ages 3-12 with fun
and artistic play and exploration.

100 Montessori Place, North Greenbush

Call (518) 283-5400 or visit

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