Jewish Community Center Camp Shai (Full Day) "Camp Shai offers a little something for everyone – from sports to art to STEM to a more traditional day camp experience. Camp Shai offers a variety of activities that are all engaging and fun for kids grades K-8!"
*Camp Shai also has activities June 1-Aug. 14 at other locations. Up with People Jr. "Welcome to our arts-based summer day camp for children, ages 8-12! This day camp experience is unlike any other and focuses on leadership, equality and cultural awareness, and culminates with a high energy Up with People style show."
Challenger Sports Soccer Camps (Half Day) "Challenger Soccer Camps are staffed by coaches from Europe, Brazil and the U.S. who teach a fun, technical, and tactical based curriculum. The camp will feature a new curriculum and will also include a groundbreaking technology feature providing players with an app-based platform to help them maximize their experience before, during, and after camp."
Curious Jane "Curious Jane builds confidence through making things! We run project-based summer camps for girls 6 to 11. And we publish and print, ad-free magazine full of our projects to try at home. Everything we do revolves around science + engineering + design."
Dates: June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 2, July 6-10
You should consider classes for the grade level your child is entering in fall 2020, rising PreK through Grade 9.
Once online registration is open, you can save a camp in your shopping cart, but a space for your child will not be held until payment is made.
Snacks will be provided for all campers.
Questions? Please contact Gaby Perez at 303-336-3731 or by email.
“This was one of the most fun camps we have ever tried. We actually liked the fact that it was half day, and your mix of interesting experiences is terriffic! We are ready to sign up now for next summer!" ~ Camp Parent
Graland Country Day School is a private school in Denver, Colorado, serving students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Founded in Denver in 1924, Graland incorporates a rich, experiential learning approach in a traditional classroom setting, emphasizing the development of globally and socially conscious leaders who excel academically.