Osceola Center for the Arts offers instruction in a variety of creative arts, including sculptingand painting, at its summer programs.
ART & THEATER CAMPS at Oscoela Center for the Arts are offered for children ages 7-14. Campers can have fun onstage or create beautiful artwork through the center’s two-week sessions. Children learn how to put on a show, act, sing and dance. Theater sessions are offered June 13-24 and July 25-Aug. 5, and visual arts sessions are held July 11-22 and Aug. 8-19. Campers draw, paint, sculpt and create photos. The cost is $220 per session, which run Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. for two weeks.
2411 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee407-846-6257, ext. 0 • www.ocfta.com
BRAIN CAMP at Huntington Learning Center. All summer long, Huntington Learning Center offers personalized programs in reading comprehension, math, writing, spelling, phonics and SAT/ACT preparation. Open from 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Friday; and 9 a.m.-1p.m. on Saturdays, campers pick the days and times they want to attend. Participants who call early save $100 on a skills assessment and consultation.
5060 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Orlando407-522-4477 • www.huntingtonlearning.com
CAMP J at the Jewish Community Center of South Orlando at the Jack & Lee Rosen Campus. At Camp J, children ages 18 months-12 make memories that last a lifetime. With camps and options for every talent and specialty, all campers shine at the JCC. With so many options, Camp J is a one-stop camping shop for families with children of multiple ages and talents. Camp J offers the Dr. Phillips community sports, arts, theater, gymnastics, basketball, film, acting and more. Prices start at $145 per week.
11184 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando407-387-5330 • www.campj.org
CRANIUM CAMPS at Cranium Clubhouse offers unique, multisensory learning and play for children ages 3-9, with full-, extended- or half-day options. Summer camp programs run every week, and themes include “Space Station;” “Kids Cafe;” “Dinosaur Dig;” “Young Picassos;” “Back Pack Around the World;” “Mad Scientists;” “Jr. Park Rangers;” “Sports of All Sorts;” “Lights, Camera, Action;” and “Young Astronomers.” Regular-hour camps cost $140-$190 per week. Extended-day camps cost $190-$230 per week. All campers are pretested for reading and math skills to allow for individualized learning curriculum.
4068 Winter Garden-Vineland Road, Winter Garden407-294-6950 • www.craniumclubhouse.com
DANCE/KARATE/TUMBLING CAMPS at Matrix Childcare and Early Learning Center, include outdoor and indoor games, arts and crafts, and more. Matrix Childcare is dedicated to providing children with quality and loving care. The camp provides a variety of exciting, stimulating activities to build campers’ selfconfidence and self-esteem, and lessons in dance, tumbling and karate are available. The camp is offered for school-age children, and the cost is $100 per week.
2138 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando407-704-8820 • www.matrixcareerinstitute.com
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