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Katy Texas Summer Camp Guide: April 2018


Katy Magazine 2018 Summer Camp Guide has something for every kind of Katy kid! Updated April 2018.

Take a look at these area summer camp offerings to find the perfect camp connection for your Katy kid. Regardless of what your child is interested in, there’s a camp available for making summer memories last a lifetime.

KATY MAGAZINE | March 2018 By Angie Waller

ACADEMIC

Camp Invention

Several Locations throughout Katy

K-6th Grade. Children are presented with fun, hands-on challenges that encourage creative problem solving, teamwork, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Camp invention is led by experienced local educators and new curriculum is introduced each year, inspired by the Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame!

campLEADer

Westgreen Campus of CrossPoint

700 Westgreen Blvd

campLEADER is open to students who will be heading into third, fourth, and fifth grade. They offerin a week long camp, held Monday through Friday, with identical sessions in the morning and afternoon, for your convenience. Morning campers will attend from 9 am-12 pm and afternoon camp will run from 1-4 pm

ACTING

Drama Kids

281-829-2287

25202 Springwood Lake Dr

Acting camps for students. 3 camps to choose from Mystery Madness, Super Hero Mania or Make Them Laugh.

ANIMALS

CAP Kids & Kritters Camp

281-497-0591 17555 Katy Fwy.

A half day week-long camp for ages 7-13 at the CAP Animal Shelter & Pet Adoption Center. Games, crafts and hands-on animal interactions make each day fun and help children to develop a positive attitude toward all living beings. Enrollment opens online April 1.

ART

Katy Art School

281-665-3272 24210 Westheimer Pkwy.

Katy Art school will have three class offerings each week during the summer. Classes will run Monday - Thursday. Classes are offered for various age groups, and have been designed for the difficulty and time frame for the age group indicated. All supplies are provided by Katy Art School and included in the price of the class.

Carson’s Art School