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UWG Summer Camps 2024

Get ready for a summer packed full of adventure and learning for rising kindergarteners through twelfth graders! Registration is now open for a wide variety of summer camps and immersion experiences at the University of West Georgia, and your children won’t want to miss out on these fun and educational opportunities! Summer Programs run June third through July 26. Sessions run Monday through Friday with the exception of the Juneteenth holiday (June 19th)  and the entire week of July fourth.

Rising kindergarteners through second graders can enjoy an amazing summer experience at Wolves Exploration Camp. While school tends to be test-driven, this immersive camp allows children to participate in engaging projects while making friends and learning things outside of a classroom setting. Drop-off begins at 8:30 A.M. and pick-up will be at 3:00 P.M. each weekday.

Rising third through fifth graders should consider attending the UWG STEM Camps in Partnership with West GYSTC! Plan to join for a half-day session or all-day session. Course options include E-Sports, The Wizarding World of West Georgia, LEGO Robotics Unleashed, Geology Rocks, and many more! 

Rising sixth through twelfth graders can spend their summer in the UWG Immersion Camps pursuing their passions and strengthening their readiness for future studies. Some of the immersive courses include Film, American Sign Language (ASL), Photography, Archeology, Nursing, and Art.

Do not forget about All-Sports Camp serving rising first through fifth graders, where campers can spend the day playing, laughing, and building friendships. Children will get to participate in basketball, volleyball, kickball, soccer, arts & crafts, and so much more!

Lastly, Discovery Camps are new this year for rising third through fifth graders! There will only be three sessions of this unique summer experience, happening July eighth through 12th, July 15th through 19th, and July 22nd through 26th. Campers will participate in  daily activities like crafts, outdoor play, gym, and fun at the UWG arcade. The camp planners have teamed up with the prestigious Waring Archeological Laboratory to bring the wonders of archaeology to life and transport the campers through time via hands-on learning. They will wrap up each week with the much-loved “Field Day Fridays,” comprised of relay races and water sports to beat the heat.

For more information about  The University of West Georgia’s Youth Programs & Summer Camps, connect with them at [email protected]westga.edu/conted, or 678-839-6614.