June 3 to July 13
West End Middle School, 3529 West End Ave.
Camp Progress offers summer learning and fun for individuals with intellectual disabilities, ages 10 to 22.
The camp runs from June 3 to July 13. Starts at 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at West End Avenue, Nashville, TN 37205.
For more information, contact Meika McClendon at 615-399-3000 ext. 4714 or email email@example.com.
June 3-14, June 17-28, July 15-26
Tennessee State University, 3500 John Merritt Blvd
Youth Active & Media Savvy (YAMS) Summer Camps 2013 in now enrolling.
Each summer camp session, June 3 – 14, June 17 – 28, and July 15 - 26, is two weeks long, Monday through Friday from 8am to 3pm.
For more information, please contact Amber Franklin at: 615.963.5624 firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Academy of Music & Arts
Several camps from May 28 to July 27
Tennessee State University, 3500 John Merritt Blvd.
TSU is holding a slew of summer camps.
TSU's Community Academy of Music and Arts (CAMA) summer programs includes High School Media Camp, Safari Camp,a reading literature camp, a summer band camp, CSI/Mock Trial, MET Singers Summer Camp, and Musical Theater Camp.
Camp age starts from 4 years old to recent high school graduates.
For more information on dates, times and cost of camps, click on each link or go here.
For more information regarding the CAMA program, please contact CAMA Director Roderick Bronaugh or call 615-963-5356.
Nashville Film Institute-Film and Music Camps
June 17-June 30, July 1-July 12
500 Lafayette Street, Building A
The Nashville Film Institute has two, two-week summer camps aimed at 15-to-18-year-olds who are passionate about film and/or music. The film camp allows a group of 12 students to create a short film from start to finish from developing a screenplay to editing the footage into a finished film. They will have the opportunity to learn about grip and gaffing, cinematography, directing, producing and more. At the end there will be a final screening so they can share what they have learned and created to their fellow students, friends and family.
The Music In Motion summer camp is aimed at those interested in creating music. It teaches students how to write a song to recording one in a professional environment. It will also cover some basics about publishing, record labels, film scoring and other relevant topics.
For more information go to www.thenfi.com or call 877-627-3426.
Mt. Bethel Summer Academy
June 3 to July 19
1501 Arthur Ave.
This summer academy is designed for children entering kindergarten through completed sixth grade. The goal is to advance students in math and reading/language arts. The program is scheduled from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Cost is $65 per week.
To register print this application. For more information contact Camp Director Shea Barlow at (615) 636-2871 after 4 pm or call Mt. Bethel Baptist Church 256-2069.
Street Theater Company Summer Camps
July 8-12, July 15-19, July 22-26
3511 Gallatin Road
Three musical theater camps, all one-week sessions, are open to ages 5 to 15. The camps start from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There are care options available from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. and from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. for an additional charge. There is a performance at the end of each week of camp.
Tuition is $200 a week, and $225 including the pre-and-after care option.
For more information on the camps, go to their website.
To register, email Erica@streettheatrecompany.org
Camps will be held at Inglewood United Methodist Church, 3511 Gallatin Rd., Nashville, TN 37216, just off the Ellington Parkway at the corner of Hart Lane and Gallatin Rd.
Regents Summer Math Academy
Tennessee State University, 3500 John A. Merritt Blvd.
Rising sophomores and juniors enrolled in the Metropolitan Nashvlle Public Schools have an opportunity to particpate in a two-week residential pre-college program for free. Eligibilty requirements are outlined here. The application deadline is Friday, May 31. Program information and application can be found here. For more information contact: Dr. John Robinson Phone: (615) 963-5762 E-mail: email@example.com
Moves & Grooves Summer Dance & Music Camp
June 3-July 19, June 17-July 19
Antioch High School, 1900 Hobson Pike
This summer camp, for ages 5 to 15, is dedicated to academics and arts in a creative atmosphere. The morning schedule focuses on math, reading writing, science and language, while the afternoon is dedicated to fitness, recreation and the arts. Weekly field trips, breakfast and lunch are included.
The cost is $85 per week and there is a $30 registration fee. The camp is held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Before and aftercare is available.
To pre-register print and fill out the form here.
They are also holding a Ladies of Purpose Summer Camp from June 17 to July 19. Ladies will attend daily workshops lead by professional instructors in the areas of proper dining etiquette, resume writing, interviewing, poise, public speaking, pageantry, modeling, and more. Young women will enjoy sisterly bonding, traveling, wardrobe, a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship and be crowned Miss Lady of Purpose.
For more information contact Mrs. Mitchell at 615-953-1363 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Maryland Farms YMCA Day Camp
May 28 to August 2
5101 Maryland Way, Brentwood
This summer camp, for ages 5-12 (must have completed kindergarten) has a vast schedule of programs and activities. Maryland Farms YMCA Summer Camp hours are from: 7 a.m.-6 p.m. For more information, contact Sarah Manley, Camp Site Coordinator, at 615-373-2900 ext. 72117 or email@example.com
Adventure Science Center Summer Camps 2013
May 28-August 9
800 Fort Negley Blvd.
The Adventure Science Center has open registration for their Summer Camps 2013, with several camp themes for youths in grades K-9. For more information, visit their Summer Camps website here.
Regular camp hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For questions about programs and reservations call (615) 862-5177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp Invention program
June 3-June 28
Held at six Metro Nashville Public Schools
The Camp Invention program is a weeklong adventure in creativity that immerses children entering grades one through six in exciting, hands-on learning disguised as fun activities. This summer, children will become expedition trainees, navigating their way to special treasure-filled caches and creating solutions to challenges posed by youth from around the world. They will be embarking on a global adventure, uncovering hidden messages from the Earth investigating several extreme natural wonders of the world and building a device to launch international ducks back home. For more information and to register, call 800.968.4332 or visit www.campinvention.org.
The camp is held by Invent Now, Inc.
Camp Locations and Dates:
Brentwood / Granbery Elementary School June 3 - 7
Nashville / Eakin Elementary School June 3 - 7
Hermitage / Ruby Major Elementary June 10 - 14 Geo-Quest
Nashville / Shayne Elementary June 10 - 14 Geo-Quest
Nashville / Julia Green Elementary June 10 - 14 Geo-Quest
Nashville / Gower Elementary School June 24 - 28
Fairfield Missionary Baptist Church Summer Enrichment
June 3-July 26
1004 S. Dickerson Road, Goodlettsville
This summer enrichment program is for ages 5 - 14. It is held Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 a.m.
Fees: $25 one-time non-refundable registration fee per child. It is $55 per week per child, $45 per week for each additional child and it includes breakfast, lunch and two snacks
Students will review Math, Reading, Social Studies and Science with MNPS certified teachers during the entire session. An open house will be held at 2 p.m.Sunday, May 19. For more information, call 615-569-1649.
Oasis College Connection
June 3-7, June 17-21, July 8-12
1704 Charlotte Ave, Suite 200, Nashville
This summer Oasis College Connection is hosting workshops to help students understand and navigate the college-going process. Each session will cover the entire process, from successful high school completion to your first day of school at your chosen college. The activities you participate in will give you insight and help you consider options you may not have before.
Fill out the form return it to the college mentor at your high school, or the Youth
Opportunity Center: 1704 Charlotte Ave, Suite 200, Nashville, TN 37203. The Summer Sessions will be held at The Oasis Youth Opportunity Center from 10am to 2pm each day, and all services are free.
For more information, contact Nicole Williams at email@example.com or (615) 983-6867.
NFL Play 60 Character Camp
June 24-June 25
Baptist Sports Park, 460 Great Cirlce Rd, Nashville
The NFL Play 60 Character Camp is a free camp for boys and girls ages 9 -13 and will be held at the Titans practice facility from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration is at 9:30 a.m.
No football experience is necessary and they do not need to bring any equipment.
For questions contact Luke Hitchcock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New Life Program Summer Camp
June 24-June 25
Baptist Sports Park, 460 Great Cirlce Rd, Nashville
The New Life Program will have a free summer camp for males 13 – 18 years old at Hadley Park Community Center. The teens will meet on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Registration packets are available at Hadley Park Community Center, 1039 28th Avenue North, Nashville Tennessee. We can accept the first 25 teens who return their completed registration paperwork to the staff at Hadley Park.
The goal of our summer program is to encourage teens to postpone fatherhood until they are prepared emotionally, physically and financially. Whether the teen is already a father or not we will encourage responsible fatherhood. In addition, the teens will obtain the skills, knowledge and support needed to become more self-assured. The teens will discuss topics such as Personal Development, Life Skills, Conflict Resolution, Decision-making Skills, Manhood, Health and more.This is in addition to the fun activities we have planned like a camping trip, a pool party at Wave Country and various day trips. These activities and group discussions will help increase the teen’s level of respect for themselves and others, realize their self-worth, and increase their self-esteem and recognize the importance of team work. Moreover, we hope to provide the teens with the tools to lead a successful life.
We look forward to meeting you and your young man at the question and answer mixer on June 5, 2013 at Hadley Park Community Center.
The mixer will start at 6 p.m. and refreshments will be served. Please complete the registration paperwork and return as soon as possible to reserve a space for your teen.
MET Choral CAMP
Tennessee State University Performing Arts Center
MET Choral CAMP, a Choral Arts Link program, offers rising 2nd -12th grade singers opportunities to keep singing. At the camp they get to explore skills in harmonizing, sight reading and performance decorum in traditional classic, world, as well as contemporary genres - all within a choral setting.
MET CAMP is held at TSU in the Marie Strange Performing Arts Bldg., from 9 am to 5 pm daily for grades 4 - 12 and from 9 am to 1 pm for grades 2-3. No sessions on July 4.
Please consider visiting with us this summer to observe singers' progress. Call or email us to make an appointment for your visit. Our parent support (PAAC Team) will be happy to greet you and guide your visit.
Please read registration packet here. Registration is not complete until all the forms are turned in July 1.
For more information, contact: Margaret Campbelle-Holman email@example.com or at the office 876-9024 or fax: 615-876-5936.
Disclaimer: The information for community camps is provided by non-profits and other community organizations/institutions for informational purposes only. We do not endorse specific camps.