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Summer Camp

boy running around in green field in splash clothes

Summertime is an opportunity to be creative, explore new things, and continue to learn while having fun!

Our Summer Camp program is open to KLA Academy students as well as to the public for weeklong camps such as arts, math, sports and much more. We offer programs for students of all ages, from preschool to 5th grade. Learn more about our programs below.

Summer 2023:
Information coming soon!

We'll release Summer 2023 information this spring. Questions? Get in touch with our team below!


Preschool Summer Camp

Our Preschool Summer Camp offers a variety of activities, games, and projects catered to each age group. Children can explore their creativity and enjoy new and old friends. Preschool experiences typically include: Story Time, Arts & Culture, Painting, Music, Sensory Exploration, Movement, Yoga, Lights & Shadows, Splash Days, Games, and much more.

toddler playing in water table in splash clothes

Elementary Summer Camp

Our Elementary Summer Camp typically offers a morning period dedicated to different Mini Camps, where each child can choose a sport or activity they enjoy or are interested in exploring. After lunch, the afternoons are filled with a variety of activities, games, and projects. Fridays are Field Trip days, with organized visits to museums, beaches, arts & crafts studios, and theaters. 

three kindergarteners workign with art supplies

Mini Camps for All Ages

Mini Camps are typically weeklong courses where children are grouped by grade. In past years, themes have included activities such as: Basketball, Cheerleading, Soccer, Art, Aerial Acrobatics, Gymnastics, Maker’s Lab, Tennis, Creative Dancing, Outdoor Sports, Drama Club, Stage Make-Up, Math Enrichment, and Science. 

children playing basketball in hard court during summer camp

All children attending Summer Camp at KLA Academy must submit (or have on file if a current student) valid health forms. Updated immunization forms (Form DH 680) and a physical form (DH 3040) must be submitted to KLA Plus prior to the first day of camp. These forms must be Florida-issued and can be obtained by the pediatrician.