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New Orleans-area 2018 summer camp guide: Academics



ABC Camp The Learning Laboratory New Orleans, 7100 St. Charles Ave., Suite 203, (504) 475-4522; www.learnlabnola.org
Ages: 4-7 years old, coed
Dates: July 9-Aug. 3
Tuition: $500
The four-week camp focuses on early literacy and the arts, with reading, writing and arts activities — and weekend take-home activity guides.

Children's College 967 Carnation St., Slidell, (985) 649-7618; www.childrenscollegellc.com
Ages: 2-12 years old, coed
Dates: June 4-July 20
Tuition: $110 per week
The program focuses on international education using phonics, mathematics, geography and more. The camp also offers Spanish classes, gardening and science projects, English tutoring and public service projects.

HYPE Academy's Summer Excel + Camp 7901 Crowder Blvd., (504) 240-4973; www.hypeacademy.com/summer-excel-camp
Ages: 5-10 years old, coed
Dates: June 4-July 13
Tuition: $450
The camp offers math and reading reviews, science experiments, field trips and arts and cultural programming.

Newcomb Summer Session: Women's Leadership
Caroline Richardson Building, 62 Newcomb Place, (504) 862-8749; www.newcomb.tulane.edu/content/ newcombsummersession
Ages: Ninth-12th grade, girls
Dates: June 18-29
Tuition: $495 per session, $990 for two sessions
The pre-college program in women's leadership gives high school students a preview of what it's like to attend classes in college and helps them form a community around gender and social change issues.

St. Edward the Confessor Summer Reading and Math Clinic
4921 W. Metairie Ave., Metairie, (504) 888-6353; www.steddyschool.com
Ages: First-seventh grade, coed
Dates: June 5-July 6
Tuition: $325
The camp offers remediation and enrichment programs in reading, languages and math.

Tulane Science Scholars Program Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave., (504) 865-5764; www.tssp.tulane.edu
Ages: 10th-12th grade, coed
Dates: July 9-Aug. 3
Tuition: $1,500 per session
The selective program for high school students gives scholars an opportunity to take courses for which they receive college credit before they graduate from high school. Over the course of two summer sessions, three-credit courses are offered in chemical engineering, MakerSpace, neuroscience, materials science, psychology, computer science, human affairs, engineering and music.




Academics | Art | Culinary arts | Cheerleading
Fashion | Language Immersion | Music/dance
Photography/videography | Robotics/computers

Baseball/Softball | Basketball
Football | Gymnastics/tumbling | Other/variety of sports
Soccer | Volleyball | Theater/drama | Video games

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