Fri, Jun 5th | 6:30 PM
Music, art, theater, dance, and more, all specifically crafted for 4 – 15 year olds
Our Summer Camps at the Old Town School all offer an enriching, exciting, and educational experience for your child! Our summer camp environment is one in which children will learn to think independently, work cooperatively, and discover their own creativity.
In the Old Town School Summer Camps, children feel safe to be themselves as they become active learners in our camp's community-focused and family-oriented atmosphere. Our campers are surrounded by a diverse and extremely talented staff of teachers and counselors who encourage their students to connect to our fine arts-based curriculum in a variety of deep and exciting ways, all while gaining artistic confidence and learning how to bring creativity, joy, and artistic energy into everything they do.
Registration is open for all summer camps. Balance payments for currently enrolled campers are due by May 10th.
As of January 25th, 2015, we are no longer accepting Financial Aid applications for the 7-11 year old Summer Camp.
We will be accepting Financial Aid applications for all other camps until June 1st, 2015. Financial Aid applications are available at the front desk, and you'll need to attach a copy of your most recent 1040 tax return (or other proof of household income). Questions regarding Summer Camp Financial Aid may be directed to Erin English.
Led by a Camp Leader and other Old Town School teaching artists, 4 – 6 year olds work and play in small groups as they explore the arts at our 909 West Armitage Avenue location.
Led by Camp Leader John Huber and other Old Town School teaching artists, 7 – 11 year olds work independently and in groups as they explore the arts at our 4544 North Lincoln Avenue location.
New! Led by Camp Leader Michelle Alba and other Old Town School teaching artists,
12 – 15 year olds connect and collaborate in an intimate and creative environment as they explore the arts at our 4545 North Lincoln Avenue location.
Led by Old Town School teaching artists Katherine Athanasiou, Matt Brown, and Maria McCullough, Fiddle Camp takes place July 6th - 10th, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM at our 4545 North Lincoln Avenue location, with a culminating performance at the Square Roots Festival on July 11th from 2:30 - 5:00 PM.