LEAF Summer Camps

$200.00$275.00

LEAF Schools & Streets Music, Art, and Dance Summer Camp enrollment now open!

(price varies depending on the week)

$200-275 per week 
Extended Day: $60 per week

See below for dates and camp descriptions

 

June 17-21 (rising 1st-6th grade)  World Dance: $260, extended day for outdoor play is an additional $60

June 24-28 (rising 1st-6th grade) West African Culture: Drumming, Dance, Clothing & Food  = $260, extended day for outdoor play is an additional $60

July 8-12 (rising 1st-6th grade)  Blues: $260, extended day for outdoor play is an additional $60

July 15-19 (rising 1st-6th grade) LEAF International Haiti: $260, extended day for outdoor play is an additional $60

July 22-25 (middle school and high school) Making a Music Video: Songwriting, Recording, and Filmmaking  = $200, no extended day option

July 29 – August 2 (rising 1st-6th grade) Stop Motion Animation: $275 (includes materials), extended day for outdoor play is an additional $60

August 12-15 (middle school and high school) Songwriting and Recording: $200, no extended day option

August 19-23 (rising 1st-6th grade)World Changing Visual Artists: $275 (includes materials), extended day for outdoor play is an additional $60

 

Camp Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm
Friday 9am-NOON

Extended Day Hours for:
Monday-Thursday 3pm-5pm

You will see the option to add Extended Day in your shopping cart after adding your desired camp(s). 

Extended day spots are limited and will be filled on a first-come first-serve basis.

There is no extended day on Fridays. All campers must be picked up by noon on Fridays.

Scholarships are available! Qualifications include:

  • Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch
  • Two of more siblings attending the same week of camp
  • Students registering for 4+ LEAF Summer Camps (must pay in full)

To inquire about scholarships, email education@theLEAF.org.

LEAF Global Arts Summer Camps are made possible by the generous support of LEAF Members.

Mayani is a Maasai boy from longido Arusha. He went to boarding school at 6 years old and lost his Maasai language and tradition. Since joining the LEAF program, he has learned to sing Maasai songs, practiced the ‘jump’ tradition and wear Maasai shukas (traditional clothing). Mayani is extremely happy and is currently teaching other youth the culture.