2021 Guide to Summer Camps in Greater Boston and Beyond

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As busy moms ourselves, we know that finding summer camps in and around Boston is often high on your to-do list! We are so fortunate to live in an area where camp options abound. But how do you decide which one is the right fit? Are there camps you haven’t thought of or discovered yet? When are the registration dates, and how do you find one that fits the interests of each one of your children?

While we long for the lazy days of summer, we also know there are childcare and entertainment needs week after week. We hope this guide to summer camps in and around Greater Boston, brought to you by LINX Camps and Dexter Southfield Summer Camp, provides the insight you need to plan a fun and stress-free summer.

We are grateful to each of the camps that elected to sponsor this guide for a featured listing, and we encourage you to scroll to the bottom to see a COMPREHENSIVE list of more than 100 local summer camp options!

What will summer 2021 look like? We know at LINX Camps it will include at least three things: safety, SPIRIT, and smiles!

LINX Camps followed the best health advice in 2020 while maintaining a rich, magical experience. And they are 100% ready to do the same in 2021! LINX Camps’ expert staff recognizes each camper’s strengths to support the growth of younger campers while building character in older ones. The flexible sessions and extensive services provided make for an all-encompassing experience that creates an inclusive community in which everyone thrives. Register for as little as one week.

Ages: 3–15 years old
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dates: June 21 to September 3
Additional Services: Lunch, Early Drop-Off (8–9 a.m.)

Enjoy growing savings when registering for two or more weeks; 2.5% discount guaranteed for ACH payments.

Dexter Southfield believes that all children should be campers, because the power of a summer camp experience is life changing. Summer camp builds character and self-esteem, and it’s a great way to meet friends and, of course, have fun!

The key to a successful summer camp experience is exposure to a variety of camps and programs that inspire creativity, happiness, and excitement. With 13 different program offerings available to children 3.5–14 years old, Dexter Southfield has a camp for every child. When you enroll in Dexter Southfield Summer Camp, you will receive exceptional customer service and enjoy the benefits of faculty-driven school buses, best-in-class facilities, and a highly trained staff. Above all else, your child will laugh, learn, and grow.

The Trustees takes pride in offering amazing outdoor camp experiences, at seven Trustees world-class properties on the North Shore, Metro West, and South Shore. Read more about each camp below!

Whether your campers like farms or fields, woods or waves, art-making or culinary creations, the Trustees has an exciting — and safe — summer lined up for them. Farm, coast, art, and forest adventures cultivate a sense of wonder and develop connections with the natural world and new friends.

The Trustees offers weeklong sessions from June 21 to August 27, with full-day options for ages 4–14, plus CITs and teens at select camps. Registration is now open. Find more information, become a member, and register at thetrustees.org/camps

Appleton Farm Camp | Ipswich

Appleton Farm Camp, Ipswich (ages 4-13, plus CITs)

With rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, vegetable gardens, an active barnyard, and historic buildings, Appleton Farms — the oldest continuously operating farm in the country — introduces campers to a working farm through exciting and educational activities like feeding animals, collecting eggs, working in the garden, farm-based science experiments, and lots of outdoor hiking.

SummerQuest | The Crane Estate, Ipswich

SummerQuest at the Crane Estate, Ipswich (ages 4-14)

Campers start their day with songs and games in morning circle then break into small groups to dive into theme-based activities. Every afternoon, campers enjoy swim time on a private beach, engage in creative craft projects, and play active games on the 2,100-acre Crane Estate, making this the ultimate summer adventure.

World’s End Camp & Weir River Farm Camp | Hingham

Weir River Farm Camp, Hingham (ages 5-13, plus CITs)

Campers who are animal lovers will never want to leave this 75-acre working farm!

World’s End Camp, Hingham (ages 5-13, plus CITs)

The World’s End Trackers camp lets younger campers explore the shoreline, fields, and forests of this iconic Hingham property learning how to find deer tracks in the mud, build a home for a hermit crab, or create “binoculars” to spot birds and butterflies. The World’s End Adventurers program for older campers builds understanding of the connections between the natural world and themselves while exploring the importance of protecting special places for people, plants, and animals.

The Hive | deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln

The hive at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln (ages 5-16, plus CITs)

At deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, the hive provides an ideal atmosphere for young explorers to make connections to contemporary art, artists, nature, and ideas as well as to each other. Campers venture through the museum galleries, 30-acre sculpture park, and natural landscape to discover how artists use artistic, scientific, and social tools to explore ideas about self, community, and the environment. NEW! Summer Studio for Teens weekly sessions offer older creative campers the space to refine and expand their artistic skills alongside accomplished teachers and artists.

Farmer, Forester, Chef! | Powisset Farm, Dover

Farmer, Forester, Chef! at Powisset Farm & Noanet Woodlands, Dover (ages 6-12)

Campers focus on the three things that make Powisset Farm unique — the farm, the forest, and the kitchen. At the 109-acre working farm, campers care for animals and vegetables, learn their way around the kitchen discovering how to prepare healthy recipes, and then explore the natural world at neighboring Noanet Woodlands.

Rocky Woods Nature Explorers | Rocky Woods, Medfield

Rocky Woods Nature Explorers, Medfield (ages 5-10)

NEW! Outdoor adventures abound at historic 491-acre Rocky Woods Reservation — in the forest and by the ponds. Learn about flora and fauna, identify trees and discover animal habitats, go ponding, and explore the trails. Discover life in the woods — from the famous beaver construction sites to songbirds, bullfrogs, and underwater creatures — and learn to build a fire and cook yummy treats, try fun nature crafts projects, and meet lots of new friends who all share your delight in the outdoors!

Summer at BC High is located on the beautiful BC High School campus on Morrisey Blvd. in Boston, a five-minute walk from the Red Line and Commuter Rail train stops at JFK/UMass. Campers entering grades 5–11 will experience a wide variety of sports camps, academic courses, and specialty camps instructed by highly educated teachers and state champion coaches. Join for an enriching summer — from June 21–August 13, 2021 — for camps focusing on SAT test prep, college essay and the common app, baseball, basketball, football, Lacrosse Academy, Minecraft, movie making, and coding, and so much more! Visit BC High’s summer pages on their website for more information and to register. Some programs will have an option of virtual or in-person depending on the academic course or specialty camp.

This summer, the French Cultural Center is staying safe and moving all their programs online; but rest assured, their mission and curriculum are as exciting as ever! What to expect from an online adventure? A mix of French lessons, exercises, and fun interactive games managed via the video conferencing app Zoom, as well as daily hands-on projects to do at home. All will offer an immersive and interactive approach to learning French.

The summer program will run on a weekly basis over the course of 10 weeks. Children can enroll in 45-minute, 60-minute, or 90-minute classes depending on their age level.

Ages: 5-12
Dates: June 21 to August 27
Hours + Pricing Vary by Age

Virtual Tech Camps are the perfect way for kids and teens to sharpen STEM skills and bond with new friends, all from the comfort of home. With the highest quality remote instruction on the planet, your child can unlock tech brilliance and create an exciting project.

Structured, weeklong sessions available now in multiple time zones (5 consecutive days, Monday-Friday) with the hottest curriculum in Python, Java, Minecraft, Roblox, Unity, Adobe, 3D modeling, and more. 

Average of 5 students per instructor, blending personalized learning and time to socialize with new friends, with all of the magic of camp including games, challenges, and legendary iD traditions you can’t find anywhere else.

 
Camp dates: Now through August

Pedalheads is a learn-to-ride bike camp best known for getting kids as young as 3, off training wheels and riding on their own.

We combine a fun group setting with specialized equipment, tailored cycling lessons, and incredible instructors to build confidence and get some of the most tentative kids biking on their own. We also offer advanced bike lessons that focus on road safety.
This Summer we are excited to be brining our popular week-long day camps to the Boston area.

For kids ages 3 and up.

Camp Dates:  Week-long Bike camps

Locations: North Cambridge – Reservoir Church & Newtonville – Cabot Elementary School

April 6th, 2021 – Summer registration open date

[email protected]  // 1.888.886.6464

Leaders 4SC is a virtual summer workshop for middle school (rising 5th to 9th grade) students on leadership, communication, decision-making, and advocacy. Leaders 4SC aims to train the next generation of civic leaders — members of a community who actively participate in society. By the end of each week, students will have completed one writing or speaking project defending their position on a major issue, participated in daily discussions on current events and issues, and participated in daily task-force activities role playing as key decision makers.

Leaders 4SC will run for six weeks from July 5 to August 13, 2021, and students can join for any combination of weeks. Registration is now open; applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Students must be registered by the Friday prior to their intended start date.

The Russian School of Mathematics is an award-winning, afterschool math enrichment program. Students in grades K-12 can choose from a variety of online or in-person math courses including those that will reinforce their knowledge and prepare them for the upcoming school year or math competition courses that will provide them with additional challenge. Test prep courses including SAT I, ISEE, and more are also available.
 

Online classes, which are teacher-led, interactive, and closely mimic our in-person classes, are available at every location. Many of our Massachusetts branches also offer in-person classes that follow all COVID-19 guidelines. Course offerings include:

– Math for Grades 1-6: These courses hone students’ analytical skills and enhance their number sense by introducing them to abstract concepts.
– Preparation for High School Math: Our courses in Algebra and Geometry will build up prerequisite skills and front-load the key concepts of High School Math.
– Contest Level Math: Students are introduced to non-straightforward problems- opening them to the intrigue of math in the world. Students are also prepared for various national and international math competitions.

Courses begin June 21st*
*Start Date may vary

Acera’s Summer STEAM Camp is a creativity-based arts and sciences day camp where children can nurture their natural desire to inquire, create, and innovate! Acera’s staff consists of professionals with significant experience in the classroom and in their own fields of expertise, including award winners, active research scientists, and working artists. This summer, Acera will offer both small group in-person camps as well as virtual programming for kids ages 4-17.

Registration opens on February 15, 2021.

On more than 1,000 acres of adventure in Dover and Westwood, Hale Day Camp, Hale Mountain Biking Camp, and Hale Adventure Camp offer everything from swimming lessons to camping trips to a private skills park. Tuition even includes perks like bus service for campers and year-round membership for camp families.

Maine Camp Experience

Maine Camp Experience (MCE) is a group of 30+ premier overnight summer camps and a comprehensive camp-planning resource. MCE has coed, all girls, and all boys camps for kids ages 7-17 located throughout the state of Maine. Maine Camps ran successfully in 2020 — mitigating any COVID outbreak — and will do so again in 2021! Each MCE camp is situated on a beautiful lake, features vast fields, and offers top-notch activities, instruction, facilities, directors, staff, and supervision. Campers enjoy land and water sports, arts, nature, and active adventures. Kids unplug, have fun, make lifelong friendships, learn new skills, and gain confidence and independence.

Full-summer, half, and short sessions are available. MCE’s Campcierge™ provides free, expert guidance. These camps are the “gold standard” — many have been operating for more than 100 years. Each summer, more than 20,000 campers enjoy camp in Maine. Research and enroll today at www.mainecampexperience.com or 877-92-MAINE.

Pine Village Preschool Summer Camp

At the Pine Village Summer Camp, campers will jump into Spanish immersion on their adventure through Spanish-speaking countries and regions! Pine Village offers two four-week summer sessions for children from 15 months to 5 years old. If you are interested, please fill out the Pine Village Summer Camp inquiry form to receive more information.

2021 Dates (Toddlers/Preschoolers)
Summer Session I: July 5 – July 29, 2021
Summer Session II: August 1 – August 26, 2021

As with the school year, families can choose anywhere from two- to five-day schedules. Each day, children and teachers will embark on a magnificent imaginary journey to explore Spanish-speaking countries and experience life as a child in a different country. Activities include dancing and crafts, cooking, and games.

Kidstock! Creative Theater

Kidstock! Creative Theater summer programs provide a variety of options, fun, and flexibility for kids ages 4–12 and pre-teens and teens ages 12–15 to explore creative theater, develop acting skills in a low-pressure environment, and work together to create a fully staged show at the end of each session. The Kidstock! summer schedule is flexible for all families and calendars with individual day sessions at the beginning and end of the summer and one-week sessions throughout the heart of the season. There are also morning and afternoon extended-day options for busy families. Each week, programs will explore a different theme. Summer programs are divided by age group to participate in unique and age-appropriate lesson plans, combining drama with art, movement, and music to help students create their own original presentation. Check the website for specific descriptions on each age-appropriate program, example schedules of the day, and information on schoolyear opportunities and custom birthday parties.

PRE-REGISTRATION is available until April 1 — save your spot in any program and decide after April 1 to complete your registration by making payment by 4/15.

Milton Art Center

Summer Art Program at Milton Art Center
Summer art classes are for ages 4-12 

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4-Week Summer Media Program for Boston Youth (BNNtv) Boston
A Step Ahead, New England  
ABC Spanish in Motion Summer Camp  
Acera Summer STEAM Camps Winchester
Agassiz Village Summer Camp  
Appleton Farm Camp Ipswich
Axiom Learning Cambridge
Beacon Hill Nursery School Summer Programs Boston
Beaver Summer Camp Chestnut Hill
Belmont Hill Summer Programs Belmont
Berklee College of Music, Summer Programs Boston
Boating in Boston Boston
Boston Leadership Institute Summer Programs Wellesley
Boston Nature Center Summer Camp Mattapan
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill Haverhill
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem Salem
Boys & Girls Club of Woburn Woburn
Broad Meadow Brook Day Camp Worcester
Brookline Music School Brookline
Brookline Smart Summers Theater Arts Program Brookline
Brooks School Day Camp North Andover
Camp Cabot at Waltham YMCA Waltham
Camp Casco  
Camp Cedar Hill Waltham
Camp Chickami Newton
Camp Evergreen Andover
Camp Menorah on Lake Chebacco Essex
Camp Sewataro Sudbury
Camp Thoreau Summer Day Camp Concord
Camp Welch Fall River
Cedardale Day Camp Groveland
Cedarland Summer Camp Haverhill
Coastal Ocean Science Academy Nahant
Coastal Ocean Science Academy Summer Programs Nahant
Codemakers Brookline
Codewiz Arlington  
College for Kids/Arts Alive: Northern Essex Com. College Haverhill
Community Art Center/ ArtRocks Summer Camp Cambridge
Community Boating Inc. – Junior Program Boston
Concord Academy Summer Camp Concord
Concord Conservatory of Music Summer Camps Concord
Create-a-Cook Summer Cooking Programs Newton
Creative Arts Community School for Art Music & Theatre Reading
Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center Ipswich
Dedham Country Day & Sports Camp Dedham
Delphi Academy Summer Camp  
Dexter Southfield Summer Camps Brookline
DIScover Summer Clinics Danvers
Discovery Camps at Old Sturbridge Village Sturbridge
Drumlin Farm Assabet River Camp Sudbury
e’ inc. – the environment discovery & action center Boston
Edge on Science, 2 Locations  
Empow Studios Boston
Engineering & Design at The Advent School  
Esh Circus Arts Somerville
Everwood Day Camp Sharon
Explore Japan Program Milton
Exxcel Gymnastics and Climbing Summer Camp  
Fay Summer Camp Southborough
Fessenden Summer Camps Newton
French Summer Camp at the International School of Boston Cambridge
Girls Who Code Free Summer Immersion Programs Cambridge
Greater Beverly YMCA, 2 Locations  
Guard Up STEM Camps & Day Adventures Burlington
Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary Belmont
Hale Day Camp Westwood
Harbor Discoveries Camp Boston
Hooray for Books Hopkinton
i2 Learning at Shady Hill Day Camp Cambridge
iD Gaming Academy for Teens Cambridge
iD Tech Camps for Kids & Teens (MIT) Cambridge
Irish Cultural Centre Canton
Ironstone Farm Summer Programs Andover
Kaleidoscope Creative Arts and Science Camp Newton
Kaleidoscope Summer Creative Learning Andover
Keys for Kids Summer Arts program Lexington
Kids 4 Coding Summer Tech Program  
Kids Summer Drama Workshops: Greater Boston Theatre Stoneham
KidsArts! Multicultural Afterschool and Summer Program Jamaica Plain
Kidstock! Creative Theater Winchester
Kingsley Montessori School Boston
KTBYTE: Computer Science Education Academy Lexington
La Vida Adventure Camp Wenham
Leaders 4 Social Change Online
LINX Camps Wellesley
Lyric First Stage Summer Program Boston
Maine Camp Experience Maine
Mass Audubon Summer Camps  
Mazemakers Weston
Metrowest YMCA Summer Camp, 2 Locations  
Middlesex Community College Summer Camps Bedford
MIT Day Summer Camp Cambridge
Music Programs at The Rivers School Conservatory Weston
New School of Music Summer Programs Cambridge
Nicole’s Art Spot Needham
Nike Vogelsinger Soccer Academy Andover
NO KIDS ALLOWED Summer Classes for Curious Middle Schoolers Hamilton
Nobles Day Camp Dedham
North Bennet Street School Summer Workshops Boston
O’Shea Chaplin Academy of Irish Dance Melrose
Ocean Protection Advocacy Kids, Inc. Cape Cod
Okie Dokie Art, Swim & Nature Island Camp  
Olympia Fencing Center Cambridge
One Stop Fun Camps: Drama, Karate, Gym & Swim, Dance Westford
Our Space Our Place Coding Camp for the Blind  
Parkway Community YMCA Camps  
Passport Summer Camp Cambridge
Performing Arts Center of MetroWest (PAC) Framingham
Pine Village’s Avion Imaginario Summer Camp, 9 Locations  
Pingree Day Camp Hamilton
Pocket Full of Tales at TCAN Natick
Russian School of Mathematics​ (RSM), 11 Locations  
South Shore Art Center Cohasset
Sports International Football Camp: NE Patriots Academy Lowell
Steve & Kate’s Camp Boston
Summer at BC High Boston
Summer at Riverbend Natick
Summer Camps at St. John’s Prep Danvers
Summer Camps at The Rivers School Weston
Summer Fenn Day Camp Concord
Summer in French (French Cultural Center) Winchester
Summer Recess at Lexington Montessori Lexington
Summer Science Weeks: Harvard Museum of Natural History Cambridge
Summer Science Weeks: Harvard Museum of Natural History Cambridge
Summer Studios at PEM Salem
Summer Youth Sailing Programs at Courageous Sailing Charlestown
SummerQuest Ipswich
The Business of Doing Good, 3 Locations  
The Trustees Camps
Multiple Locations
Torit Montessori Summer STEAM Boston
Walnut Hill School for the Arts – Summer Programs Natick
Waltham Boys & Girls Club Waltham
Windrush Farm Therapeutic Equitation North Andover
Worcester JCC Camp Worcester
Camp Evergreen Andover
Ironstone Farm Summer Programs Andover
Kaleidoscope Summer Creative Learning Andover
Nike Vogelsinger Soccer Academy Andover
Middlesex Community College Summer Camps Beford
Belmont Hill Summer Programs Belmont
Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary Belmont
4-Week Summer Media Program for Boston Youth (BNNtv) Boston
Beacon Hill Nursery School Summer Programs Boston
Berklee College of Music, Summer Programs Boston
Boating in Boston Boston
Community Boating Inc. – Junior Program Boston
e’ inc. – the environment discovery & action center Boston
Empow Studios Boston
Harbor Discoveries Camp Boston
Kingsley Montessori School Boston
Lyric First Stage Summer Program Boston
North Bennet Street School Summer Workshops Boston
Steve & Kate’s Camp Boston
Summer at BC High Boston
Torit Montessori Summer STEAM Boston
Brookline Music School Brookline
Brookline Smart Summers Theater Arts Program Brookline
Codemakers Brookline
Dexter Southfield Summer Camps Brookline
Guard Up STEM Camps & Day Adventures Burltington
Axiom Learning Cambridge
Community Art Center/ ArtRocks Summer Camp Cambridge
French Summer Camp at the International School of Boston Cambridge
Girls Who Code Free Summer Immersion Programs Cambridge
i2 Learning at Shady Hill Day Camp Cambridge
iD Gaming Academy for Teens Cambridge
iD Tech Camps for Kids & Teens (MIT) Cambridge
MIT Day Summer Camp Cambridge
New School of Music Summer Programs Cambridge
Olympia Fencing Center Cambridge
Passport Summer Camp Cambridge
Summer Science Weeks: Harvard Museum of Natural History Cambridge
Summer Science Weeks: Harvard Museum of Natural History Cambridge
Irish Cultural Centre Canton
Ocean Protection Advocacy Kids, Inc. Cape Cod
Summer Youth Sailing Programs at Courageous Sailing Charlestown
Beaver Summer Camp Chestnut Hill
South Shore Art Center Cohasset
Camp Thoreau Summer Day Camp Concord
Concord Academy Summer Camp Concord
Concord Conservatory of Music Summer Camps Concord
Summer Fenn Day Camp Concord
DIScover Summer Clinics Danvers
Summer Camps at St. John’s Prep Danvers
Dedham Country Day & Sports Camp Dedham
Nobles Day Camp Dedham
Camp Menorah on Lake Chebacco Essex
Camp Welch Fall River
Performing Arts Center of MetroWest (PAC) Framingham
Cedardale Day Camp Groveland
NO KIDS ALLOWED Summer Classes for Curious Middle Schoolers Hamilton
Pingree Day Camp Hamilton
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill Haverhill
Cedarland Summer Camp Haverhill
College for Kids/Arts Alive: Northern Essex Com. College Haverhill
Hooray for Books Hopkinton
Appleton Farm Camp Ipswich
Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center Ipswich
SummerQuest Ipswich
KidsArts! Multicultural Afterschool and Summer Program Jamaica Plain
Keys for Kids Summer Arts program Lexington
KTBYTE: Computer Science Education Academy Lexington
Summer Recess at Lexington Montessori Lexington
Sports International Football Camp: NE Patriots Academy Lowell
Maine Camp Experience Maine
Boston Nature Center Summer Camp Mattapan
O’Shea Chaplin Academy of Irish Dance Melrose
Explore Japan Program Milton
The Trustees Camps Multiple Locations
Coastal Ocean Science Academy Nahant
Coastal Ocean Science Academy Summer Programs Nahant
Pocket Full of Tales at TCAN Natick
Summer at Riverbend Natick
Walnut Hill School for the Arts – Summer Programs Natick
Nicole’s Art Spot Needham
Camp Chickami Newton
Create-a-Cook Summer Cooking Programs Newton
Fessenden Summer Camps Newton
Kaleidoscope Creative Arts and Science Camp Newton
Brooks School Day Camp North Andover
Windrush Farm Therapeutic Equitation North Andover
Leaders 4 Social Change Online
Creative Arts Community School for Art Music & Theatre Reading
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem Salem
Summer Studios at PEM Salem
Everwood Day Camp Sharon
Esh Circus Arts Somerville
Fay Summer Camp Southborough
Kids Summer Drama Workshops: Greater Boston Theatre Stoneham
Discovery Camps at Old Sturbridge Village Sturbridge
Camp Sewataro Sudbury
Drumlin Farm Assabet River Camp Sudbury
Camp Cabot at Waltham YMCA Waltham
Camp Cedar Hill Waltham
Waltham Boys & Girls Club Waltham
Boston Leadership Institute Summer Programs Wellesley
LINX Camps Wellesley
La Vida Adventure Camp Wenham
One Stop Fun Camps: Drama, Karate, Gym & Swim, Dance Westford
Mazemakers Weston
Music Programs at The Rivers School Conservatory Weston
Summer Camps at The Rivers School Weston
Hale Day Camp Westwood
Acera Summer STEAM Camps Winchester
Kidstock! Creative Theater Winchester
Summer in French (French Cultural Center) Winchester
Boys & Girls Club of Woburn Woburn
Broad Meadow Brook Day Camp Worcester
Worcester JCC Camp Worcester
A Step Ahead, New England  
ABC Spanish in Motion Summer Camp  
Agassiz Village Summer Camp  
Camp Casco  
Codewiz Arlington  
Delphi Academy Summer Camp  
Edge on Science, 2 Locations  
Engineering & Design at The Advent School  
Exxcel Gymnastics and Climbing Summer Camp  
Greater Beverly YMCA, 2 Locations  
Kids 4 Coding Summer Tech Program  
Mass Audubon Summer Camps  
Metrowest YMCA Summer Camp, 2 Locations  
Okie Dokie Art, Swim & Nature Island Camp  
Our Space Our Place Coding Camp for the Blind  
Parkway Community YMCA Camps  
Pine Village’s Avion Imaginario Summer Camp, 9 Locations  
Russian School of Mathematics​ (RSM), 11 Locations  
The Business of Doing Good, 3 Locations