Hampton University – Hampton, Virginia
Jobs, Education, and Training Corps
(JET) 14 – 17 years old June 15 – Aug 5, 2009
Kevin Nickelberry Basketball Camp
Boys and Girls 8-17 years old TBA
Donovan Rose Football Camp
Boys 7-17 years old June 15 – June 20, 2009
Hampton University Music Enrichment Program (HUM)
Grades 4 – 9 June 22-July 24, 2009
Pre-College / Summer Bridge Program
Pre-freshmen and rising high school seniors June 19 – July 24, 2009
Young Doctors Program
Middle School Students – 7th and 8th grades June 22 – July 24, 2009
Kiddie Kollege / Kamp : Enrollment Form
5 – 6 years: 8am – 12 noon and 7- 12 years – 8am – 5pm
June 22-July 24, 2009
RIDERS Program for Boys and Girls 7-17 years old
Horseback Riding Camp June 22-July 17, 2009
Summer Transportation Institute
Rising 9th, 10th and 11th graders June 22 – July 17, 2009
A Plus (A+) for Pre-College Students
12 – 16 years July 12 – July 18, 2009
ODU – Old Dominion University
Engineers Summer Camp
Get ready to explore the fascinating world of engineering through application-based events. With a week full of creative, hands-on engineering and recreational activities in areas like alternative energy, robotics, electrical, chemical and industrial & systems engineering.
ODU Sea Camp
Discover the Sea with a summer at sea camp!
ODU Summer Athletic Camps
Various Athletic camps are offered including:
Tennis, Basketball, Soccer, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Wrestling, and Baseball to name a few.
Summer Government Camp for High School Students
National security & counter-terrorism
July 13-17, 2009
Regent Summer Theatre, Film, and Animation Camps
Contact Camp Coordinator, Attn: Beth Litwak, by telephone at 757.352.4901.
William and Mary
A Summer Program in Early American History for High School Students
for high school juniors and seniors
Dates for Summer of 2009:
Session I: June 21 – July 11, 2009
Session II: July 12 – August 1, 2009
April 23, 2009
Archaeological Field Schools
Students may enroll in either the Colonial Williamsburg Field School, which focuses on seventeenth- and eighteenth-century archaeological sites in and around Colonial Williamsburg, or the Werowocomoco Field School, where students participate in the excavation of Werowocomoco, the Powhatan chiefdom’s political center in the early seventeenth century.
Virginia Shakespeare Festival Camp
The cost is $175 per camper. You can sign up by calling our office at 757-221-2683 after February 15, 2009.
* July 13-17 (ages 9-11)
* July 20-24 (ages 12-14)
* July 27-31 (ages 14-17)
VIMS – Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences
Summer Intern Program(SIP)
Daring and Dangerous Camp based on book of the same name
Camp runs from Monday, August 3, 2009 to Friday, August 7, 2009 from 9:30-4:30 every day with before and aftercamp care available for an additional amount (available 7:30-6:15 pm, $6 an hour for before or after camp care).
Camp is $150 for campers, ages 8-13.
Young Classics Institute Latin Summer
When: July 27 – August 7, 2009 from 9:00 am – 12:15 pm on each day, excluding the weekend.
Where: Rawls Byrd Elementary School, Williamsburg, Va.
Kingsmill Jr and Adult Tennis Camps
Training Center Camp Dates
4-days, 12 hours of instruction/play
High School age 13-18
High School/Tournament level
April 6-9 (Spring Break)
Creative Writing Workshop, Williamsburg
Tuesday, April 28th
2:00 – 3:00 pm
At St. Stephen Lutheran Church
612 Jamestown Road
Jenny Cote, Author of two books in the new fantasy fiction series The Amazing Tales of Max and Liz is coming to Williamsburg! She will lead a fun, highly interactive workshop for students on creative writing, sharing her experiences as she wrote, The Ark, The Reed and the Fire Cloud. Students of all reading and writing levels will be inspired to write their own stories with fun new ideas and tools to make their writing soar. Jenny will also be available to sign copies of her book.
Please visit http://www.maxandliz.com for more information.
Contact Laurin Hogan with questions or to RSVP for this event at email@example.com
Solving 4 Y Algebra Skill Camp
This camp is for 6th – 9th grade students. Algebra skills, study skills, and notetaking skills will be discused. Campers will leave camp with a great foundation in algebra and more confidence.
Camp dates: June 22, 09 – July 09, 09
Registration starts 4/13/09 on line at http://www.solving4y.com
On site registration will be held at the Yorktown Library (across from Yorktown YMCA) 4/28/09 4 – 7 pm.
$25 registration fee and $100 weekly fee