2021 Virtual Summer Camps

Listings are continuously being updated for 2021 based on information we collect directly from camps through an online questionnaire.
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Engineering for Kids
480-757-1281 • engineeringforkids.com/phoenix-metro

Grades 3-8. An extensive virtual STEM curriculum via 75-minute instructor-guided live video sessions. May 24-July 2. $89/week.


iCode
623-526-9282 • icodeschool.com/goodyear114

Ages 7-18. Each camp offers different STEAM-driven activities. Some examples include: Battle of the Robots, Game Development and Design, Raspberry Pi activities, Programming, Coding, etc. Full-day programs on-site and online June 1-Aug. 13. $249-$399.



Ignite Learning Academy
480-660-6474 • ignitelearningacademy.com/summer

Ages 2-18. Ignite Learning Academy’s virtual summer programs cost only $75 per household, so all of your children can enjoy the fun. Themes include: Around the World Camp, Arts & Crafts Camp, Drawing Camp, Painting Camp, Cooking Camp, DIY/Pinterest Camp, Hawaiian Hullabaloo Camp, JavaScript Coding Camp, Leading Ladies Camp, LEGO Camp, Mad Science Camp, Outdoor Explorers Camp, Scratch Coding Camp, Wizards & Magic Camp, and Storytime & Craft Camp. A fully accredited private school also offering academic programming to minimize learning loss, fill gaps, or allow your child to get ahead. Summer Smarts program for grades K-8 shores up areas of reading and math, as well as traditional summer school courses for grades K-12. Half-day programs June 7-July 29. $75/household.



Rising Youth Theater with Phoenix Center for the Arts
602-254-3100 • phoenixcenterforthearts.org/summer-camp

Virtual Summer Art Camp. Ages 7-14 bring their “fandoms” to life using their own creative voices, with the support of professional artists during two-week Zoom sessions exploring visual art, theater, dance, creative writing, music, and more. Sessions will focus on stories and worlds that we love in pop culture while also connecting to bigger, more significant themes that validate a young person’s feelings, experiences, and identities. Culminates in a performance sharing and celebration. Two-week, half-day sessions Monday-Friday June 7-Aug. 6. $250-$300.


Phoenix Conservatory of Music
1316 E Cheery Lynn Rd, Phoenix
602-353-9900 • pcmrocks.org/learn-to-play/summer-camp

Ages 5-18 will enjoy fun, interactive 45-minute sessions with a 15-minute guided break. Themes include Music in the Movies, Rock N’ Roll Will Never Die and We’ve Got the Beat. Phoenix Conservatory of Music also offers in-person camps featuring music games, songwriting and beatmaking, make-and-take instrument activities. Themes include College Prep Bootcamp (free!), Beats by Girls (free!), Drum Line Readiness, Piano Pals, Guitar Pals, Beat Making, All About Strings, Music Around the World, Camp Rock 4 Kidz, and Camp Rock. 9 a.m. to noon (ages 5-9), 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (ages 7-10 and 9-13), 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (ages 14-18). Choose from three, four- and five- day sessions June-July. Extended care available. $45-$120/session.


Arizona Science Center
602-716-2000 • azscience.org/events-programs/camp-innovation

Camp Innovation Virtual Sessions. Grades 1-6. Explore STEM concepts during daily 90-minute Zoom calls, one-on-one instruction from camp staff, additional resources for at-home self-guided extension activities, a materials kit, and optional end-of-day family Zoom calls allowing campers to share their work from the day. June 14-18, June 12-16, June 21-25, July 19-23.

Childsplay
480-921-5751 • childsplayaz.org/summer21

Childsplay Academy. Ages 4-17. Musical theater, acting, stagecraft (behind the scenes), theme classes, improvisation, and more. Half-day sessions four or five days a week June 1-July 26. $71 and up (average $115/week).

Clubba
813-401-9668 • camps.getclubba.com

Ages 5-13. Fully online program featuring options like video making, art, interior design, fashion, coding, Bollywood dance, brain games, Photoshop editing, iPhone photography, robotics and more. Half- and full-day programs Monday-Friday May 31-Aug. 1. $150/week.

Code Ninjas Scottsdale
480-361-5260 • codeninjas.com/az-scottsdale/camps

Ages 7-15. Virtual options for in-person summer camps include coding skills for for building websites, designing Minecraft worlds and creating video blogs, music and games. Half- and full-day sessions May 31-July 30.

edZOOcating
edzoocating.com/virtual-summer-camp

Each day of camp will include a two-hour live zoom call with a zoo expert with a variety of animal encounters, activities, crafts, and discussions. Kids will be provided with extra resources like videos, games, and projects to explore and complete after the live video call. First two weeks of June and the first two weeks of July. $60 per week.

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Scottsdale
franklloydwright.org/camp

Camp Taliesin West explore architecture, science, engineering, art and photography. Virtual camps encourage students to explore, create, and design with specially designed activities to work on from home. Each camp session includes a one-hour live zoom call with a Taliesin West educator from 10-11 a.m. Four sessions: June 7-18, June 21-July 2, July 12-23, July 26-Aug. 6. $100 ($90 members).

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Outreach & Recruitment
480-965-2272 • outreach.engineering.asu.edu/camps

Fulton Academy. Ages 6-17.  Virtual programming includes instructor-led and self-paced engineering design challenges and activities with a highly interactive hands-on and inquiry-based approach. Camps explore concepts of coding, circuits, computer aided design, entrepreneurship, engineering design process, and many other STEM competencies. Half- and full-day programs June 7-July 29. $75-$375.

It’s All About Etiquette
480-510-6346 • itsallaboutetiquette.com

Etiquette Summer Camp. Ages 7-18. Students will learn dining skills, introductions,  how to write thank-you notes, and more, in a Zoom classroom. Ages 7-12: 2-3 p.m. June 22-25 and July 6-9. $150. Ages 13-18: 2-3:30 p.m. June 8-11 and July 13-16. $185. Fee includes instructional manual, table setting etiquette placement, homework checklist and graduation certificate.

The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement
702-229-2734 • themobmuseum.org

Operation Summer Camp. Ages 10-15 will enjoy hands-on and immersive activities exploring the work of police officers, crime scene investigators, forensic scientists and historians. Daily, three-hour Zoom sessions plus additional activities to be completed at the campers’ leisure, providing a total of 20 hours’ worth of activities per week. Five camps targeting different age groups are available June and July. $150; includes a prepared kit with activities and materials needed to complete camp projects.


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