Bellaire - Meyerland - West University | March 2023




A noncomprehensive list of camps in the area


Parents looking for camps for their children have a number of options to choose from in the Bellaire, Houston and West University area. This list is not comprehensive.

training. Ages: pre-K-grade 10 Dates: June 5Aug. 18 Cost: $245-$1,875 depending on camp duration ART DAY SP Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center, 5601 S. Braeswood Blvd., Houston 7137293200 8 Kids Robotic Academy This robotics and STEM-focused weekly camp has four skill levels teaching the concepts and skills in build- ing simple to complex robots, with weekly sessions oering age-appropriate instruction. Ages: 312 Dates: spring camp March 1317, summer camp May 29Aug. 18 Cost: $450 per week for half-day camps; full- day camps are $599 A+ DAY Kids Robotic Academy, 4007 Bellaire Blvd., Ste. KK, Houston 7134547004 9 Westbury Christian School Summer camps have tracks in STEM, sports and ne arts. Campers have daily Bible class, track ac- tivities and eld trips to conclude each track.

On Fridays, campers play in splash zones with giant foam bubbles and inatables. Ages: age 3-grade 4 Dates: May 30July 28 Cost: $750 for three-week tracks ART DAY Westbury Christian School, 10420 Hillcroft St., Houston 7135518100 10 YMCA Discovery Camp The YMCA day camp experience oers games, sports, swim- ming, arts and crafts, educational activities, and other activities over the course of a week. All participants must have a $25 YMCA Impact Membership before registering for the camp. Ages: 67

how to protect them in the wild. Ages: 612 Dates: June 5Aug. 4 Cost: starts at $375 per week; children ages 1012 $500-$1,000 per week A+ DAY Houston Zoo, 6200 Hermann Park Drive, Houston 7135336739 WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE 12 Building Brains The weekly summer camp hosted by the city of West University Place uses Lego and K’nex STEM education kits to build math and science skills. Students will build simple machines and build ne motor skills, problem solving and condence utilizing an engineering curriculum. Campers are encouraged to bring a snack and drink. Ages: 312 Dates: May 30Aug. 4 (ages 35), June 5-



HOUSTON 4 Camp Funtasy Space City Fencing School in Bellaire holds weeklong summer sessions to provide an introduction to the fundamentals and history of the sport, train- ing exercises, and games. Classes for more advanced skill levels are also oered, including tournament fencing. Ages: 6 and older Dates: June 5Aug. 18 Cost: $450 per week DAY SP Space City Fencing, 4007 Bellaire Blvd., Ste. EE, Houston 8327788745 5 Crossing Borders Two bilingual summer camps teach children a second language with fun and hands-on activities. Languages oered include Spanish, English, Mandarin and French. Ages: 46 Dates: spring break camp March 1317, sum- mer camp June 5Aug. 11 (no camp July 4) Cost: Call for pricing A+ DAY Crossing Borders International Preschool,

A+ Academics ART Arts DAY Day SP Sports

BELLAIRE 1 IDEA Lab Kids STEAM-powered week- long camps provide participants with science, engineering, arts, robotics, 3D printing, coding, programming and movie production skills. All camps utilize curriculum that enables campers to learn through inquisitive hands-on activities in math, science and critical thinking. Ages: 512 Dates: June 5-end of August Cost: Half- or full-day camps range from $200-$400 A+ DAY IDEA Lab Kids, 5410 Bellaire Blvd., Ste. A, Bellaire 8329931213 2 Main Street Theater Several camp op- tions are oered this summer at Main Street Theater, including in-person one- and two- week sessions at diering skill and age levels. Students can create an original play, help produce their own costumes and props, and

sharpen their skills in voice, body and imagina- tion. Camps vary by location but include Rice Village, Bellaire and Midtown options. Ages: age 4-high school Dates: June 12Aug. 18, no class July 4 Cost: $75-$525 ART DAY Main Street Theater Rice Village, 2540 Times 3 Summer Science Camp Campers delve into science and nature-related topics through themed day camps designed with hands-on investigations, active games and inventive crafts, among other activities. Ages: 510 Dates: June 5Aug. 18 Cost: $295-$375 per week DAY Nature Discovery Center, 7112 Newcastle St., Bellaire 7136676550 Blvd., Houston 7135247998

Houston Museum of Natural Science

Kids Robotics Academy



2353 Rice Blvd., Houston 2814650899 programs/camps

the museum or delivered by mail. Ages: 612 Dates: May 30Aug. 11 (in-person), June 5-

July 28 (virtual) Cost: $90-$770 A+ DAY

Dates: June 5Aug. 11 Cost: $180 per week A+ ART DAY SP Weekley Family YMCA 7101 Stella Link Blvd., Houston 7136649622

6 Houston Museum of Natural Science The weeklong in-person day camps oer a variety of science-based topics with hands-on learning with distinguished teachers, exhibit hall visits, and activities to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists. Virtual camp takes place on Zoom and involves an hour of educational engagement every day for one week, live interaction with a museum educator and moderator, and self-guided learning opportunities. The camp is supple- mented with supplies that can be picked up at

Houston Museum of Natural Science, 5555 Hermann Park Drive, Houston 7136394659

Aug. 18 (ages 612) Cost: $280-$380 A+ DAY Scout House, 6108 Edloe St., Houston 7136627420

7 J Camp The Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center oers camps for children from age 3 through 10th grade, each with age-appropriate activities. Camp types range from sports to dancing to horseback riding. A separate camp is available for counselors in

11 Zoofari Camp Zoofari is an immersive weekly experience with activities tailored to camper’s age. Campers explore the Houston Zoo, visit sta-only areas and make new ani- mal friends while learning about wildlife and

BUFFALO SPEEDWAY 9733 Buffalo Speedway (713) 838-7486

HOLCOMBE 2314 W Holcombe Blvd (713) 669-1722

WESLAYAN 3902 Bissonnet (713) 218-8144





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