Castletree Camp at St. George’s Episcopal School

Entering kindergarteners enjoy indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, water play, music, gymnastics, yoga, cooking, special guests and more.
In order to attend Castletree, campers must be five years old by the start of camp and committed to attending a school at the kindergarten level in the fall of the upcoming school year.

Entering first through fifth graders enjoy the ability to select from a variety of activities to design a portion of their schedules every day. They can choose what electives they participate in for each morning and afternoon. Electives include sports, art, science, cooking, yoga, martial arts, jewelry making, gymnastics, digital photography, dance, musical theatre, Legomania, cardboard construction and more.

Audubon Louisiana Nature Center Camp

Child Development Program

2017 Summer Sessions:

Session 1: June 5 – June 16

Session 2: June 19 – June 30

Session 3: July 3 – July 14 ( we are closed July 4th)

Session 4: July 17 – July 28

Mount Carmel Summer Camp

At Mount Carmel Summer Camp, girls can choose their own summer adventure! Campers in Grades 2-8 customize their summer fun by choosing from a diverse selection of classes in art, athletics, cheer, dance, life skills, music, theatre, science and technology, and more!
Campers will explore their individual interests and uncover new talents as they become artists, detectives, athletes, chefs, dancers, scientists, musicians, actresses, athletes and more!  Plus they get to make friends and have a blast doing it all!
In addition to it being fun, Mount Carmel Summer Camp offers flexibility. Girls can choose classes in the morning and/or the afternoon and can attend 1 to 4 weeks in June.  A lunch program is offered and before and after care is also available.
Registration begins TODAYand runs through May 26! Don’t miss out on the special class your daughter has been dying to try! Register your child for Mount Carmel Summer Camp today!
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St. Martin’s Theatre Camp

With a seemingly unlimited number of options for summer camp in New Orleans, it can be hard for parents to decide what camp is a good fit for their child. More than just being fun, the St. Martin’s Summer Theatre Camp can help children build skills like problem solving and teamwork.

  1. They’ll learn empathy.  When actors read a character, they’re forced to put themselves in that character’s shoes. They ask themselves why characters make certain choices, or how they could have done things differently.
  2. They’ll build confidence. Theatre encourages children to take risks and perform for an audience, teaching them to trust their ideas and abilities.
  3. They’ll learn to solve problems.

    Theatre teaches that problems can have more than one solution. Improvisation fosters quick-thinking solutions, which can lead to greater adaptability in life.

  4. They’ll work as part of a team. Sports have the reputation of building teamwork, but theatre builds teamwork just as well! Kids in theatre learn that they are responsible to the group and must depend on others.
  5. They’ll broaden their horizons.  Actors take on new personas that require them to behave, act, and speak in ways that may be unfamiliar. Through acting kids learn to see the world from a brand new, unexplored perspective.
  6. They’ll be exposed to variety of literature and history. Theatre is a great way to introduce children to literary and historical themes. Performing in a variety of productions helps children relate to historical events, igniting a love and respect for both history and literature.
  7. They’ll build imagination and creativity. In a world where technology is always at our fingertips, theater gives children an outlet to discover new ideas, make creative choices, and interpret material in expressive ways.

Consider enrolling your child in St. Martin’s Summer Theatre Camp!  For more options also check out St. Martin’s Day Camp and George Cottage Summer Camp!


St. Martin’s Summer Theatre Camp runs June 5 – 23, Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and is open to students going into Grades 2-10. In addition to learning music, dance, acting, stage direction, costuming, and prop design, campers will also have other themed days, including swimming days. The camp culminates with two performances of The Wizard of Oz on June 23.  Cost is $550 and includes lunch and snacks. Before and after care is available. 

Camp Abbey

If you’re looking for an overnight camp where children enjoy all the wonders of the outdoors and also experience a life in a Christian community, then you need to check out Camp Abbey in Covington, LA!
The summer camp program includes hiking, arts & crafts, sports, boating, archery, swimming, and skits. As a Catholic camp, campers experience various prayer opportunities including Mass, Adoration, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and much more. Camp Abbey campers grow closer to Christ and have fun while doing it!
Originally sponsored by the Benedictine monks of St. Joseph Abbey, Camp Abbey is now a ministry of the CYO/Youth & Young Adult Ministry Office of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. They proudly continue the Camp Abbey tradition begun back in 1960 of helping children to have fun while they develop relationships with Jesus Christ, each other, and the Catholic faith community.
Eligible campers are students who have finished 2nd – 8th grade by May 2017.  There are four one-week sessions for boys from June 4 – July 1 and four one-week sessions for girls from July 2 – July 29.
Registration is now open and filling up fast!
For more information visit the
 Camp Abbey Retreat Center
*Visit their Facebook Page for a $50 discount code
good for the first week of boys camp!

Southern Food and Beverage Museum’s Summer Kids Culinary Camp

St. Martin’s Summer Camp

Camp Walden at the Waldorf School of New Orleans

Early Childhood Fairy Tale Camp – Ages 4-7

Grades Movement Camp – Ages 8-14 (Grades 1-8)

July 10-28, 2017 | 9am – 3pm

Water play | Crafts |Games | Puppet Shows | Gardening

Weekly Registration | Before/After Care | Part-Time Option for EC

Early Bird Special $50 off when you register by March 31st




New Orleans Academic Games League

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