When class is dismissed, many South Florida private schools open to campers seeking academic enrichment, sports training, arts opportunities, outdoor adventures and loads of fun. Check out a few of the schools offering summer programs:
AMERICAN HERITAGE SCHOOL, ahschool.com. Plantation campus: 12200 W. Broward Blvd., Plantation, 561-637-2440, firstname.lastname@example.org. Day, robotics, drama, sports, young artist, science-adventure and video production camps. Boca/Delray campus: 6200 Linton Blvd., Delray Beach, 954-472-0022 ext. 3043, email@example.com. Day, robotics, young artist, science-adventure and musical theatre camps.
BOCA PREP INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, 10333 Diego Drive South, Boca Raton, 561-852-1410, bocaprep.net. Superstars sports camp, DramaWorks musical theater camp, FLA Aquatics swim camp.
CAMP NOVA at University School of Nova Southeastern University, 3375 SW 75th Ave., Davie, uschool.nova.edu/summer, 954-262-4528, firstname.lastname@example.org. Swimming, theater, field trips, sports, video game design, archery, dance, cheerleading
David Posnack Jewish Day School, 5890 S. Pine Island Road, Davie, posnackschool.org, 954-583-6100 ext. 400, email@example.com. Grades 6-11 summer enrichment; classes for credit and non-credit include: math, English, history, science, SAT prep and personal health.
PINE CREST SCHOOL, pinecrest.edu. Fort Lauderdale campus: 1501 NE 62nd St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-492-4124, firstname.lastname@example.org. Day, swim and summer program camps, which focus on sports, academics and enrichment. Boca Raton campus: 2700 St. Andrews Blvd., Boca Raton, 561-852-2823, email@example.com. Band, digital media, fine arts, academics, sports, tennis, swimming and more.