Wesleyan offers a wide range of programs during the summer and throughout the year for students looking to explore and expand their skills in the arts, sciences, athletics, leadership...and even horseback riding. Click on the links below to learn more about our summer camps:
Kid's College 2016
June 6 - July 29
7 one-week camps (no camp the week of July 4 - 8)
$250/week or $1,575 for all 7 weeks. Price includes lunch and snacks.
Kid’s College at Wesleyan College offers totally awesome programs and cool summer fun for boys and girls ages 6 - 14 from 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM. Designed to teach and inspire, Kid’s College was created to encourage learning through creativity, imagination, and fun learning adventures. With new things to do every day we are dedicated to providing your child the best summer camp experience ever. Kid’s College counselors will foster independence, help broaden academic and social skills, and heighten your child’s awareness of the relationship between humans and nature. Boys and girls will have fun in a safe environment developing lifelong memories and maybe some BFFs along the way! Register and pay online .
Basketball Drills and Skills Sessions for High School Girls Teams
June 8, June 14, June 16, June 21, June 23
Download information. With questions, contact Wesleyan College Head Women's Basketball Coach Nicky DiMarzio at (478) 757-5253 or email@example.com.
Center for the Arts Academy Summer Intensive 2016
June 12 – 18, residential camp
REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED THROUGH JUNE 1ST
Rising high school sophomore, junior, senior, and graduating seniors
Residential student: $550; commuter student: $450
Scholarships and discounts are available. Register and pay online.
Equestrian Camp 2016
Session I: June 6 – 10
Session II: July 11 – 15
8:30 am - 2 pm
Girls & boys ages 8-15, $300
To register your child, please contact Jessica Meagher at (478) 757-5111 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Pay online.
Craig Jones Tennis Camp 2016
June 25 - June 29, residential camp
Boys and girls ages 10 - 16, $650
Train like a champion! With Davis Cup and High Performance level coaching, the Craig Jones Tennis Camp at Wesleyan College offers unmatched opportunities for aspiring collegiate athletes. This one-week intensive camp is designed to offer the individual attention and quality instruction needed to take players to the next level of play. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced level players will benefit from morning drill clinics, afternoon match play, and fun evening activities. Download a tennis camp registration form here.
Volleyball Skills Camp
Each session 7 - 8:30 pm
Session 1: July 10
Footwork, Form, and Passing. Position Overview
Session 2: July 17
Setting and Over Hand Passing
Session 3: July 24
Hitting and Serving
Session 4: July 31
Girls and boys ages 12-18, all skill levels
Price for each session: $30 or all four sessions for $100
Teams and individuals are welcome but registration is limited to 20 participants To register for camp please contact Wesleyan’s head volleyball coach Caroline Carlton at email@example.com or (478) 757-2825.
July 10 - 16, residential camp
Rising 7th, 8th, and 9th grade girls, $640
Wesleyan’s Spectacles math & science residential camp for girls offers exciting activities designed to encourage middle-school girls to see science and math in new ways. Camp include field trips, experiments, and projects using the college’s new state-of-the-art science laboratories and computer facilities. Also included are conversations with women who have discovered exciting careers in science and math-related fields, the chance to learn from faculty members in Wesleyan’s division of science and mathematics and computer information systems, and the chance to spend time with other middle-school girls interested in math and science. Click here to register and pay online. Download a Spectacles application form here.
July 11 - 15, 8:30 am - 2 pm
Girls & Boys ages 8-15, $300
Wednesday will be a field trip to a show barn or our veterinary office (pick up that day will be at 2:30). Participants will receive a tour of the facility, watch a demonstration ride, and learn about their profession. Participants should bring a sack lunch. To register your child, please contact Jessica Meagher at (478) 757-5111 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Pay online.