At Legacy, we believe summer should be as enriching as it is fun. That’s why at Legacy Summer, students explore, play and grow all summer long. Each week focuses on fun themes that include sports and fitness, magic and mysteries, and even STEM week where students will hone their math, engineering and science skills.
Our hands-on, engaging activities allow for extended school year learning in a fun, activity-based environment. All registered students are served breakfast, lunch, and p.m. snacks as part of the program. Students will also receive a Legacy Summer T-Shirt.
Space is limited so register today to reserve your spot!
May 28 – July 19
More Non-School Days are available outside of this program. Check with your campus for availability. Camp is closed on May 27 and July 4.
6:00 am – 6:00 pm
*Dates and Times may vary by campus.
Early Bird (by 3/29): $25
After 3/29: $45
Weekly themes and Friday activities may vary by campus.
Ultimate Sports & Fitness
On your marks, get set, go! Students will kick off the summer with a variety of movement-based sports activities, and field games! Activities will include volleyball, basketball, dodgeball, frisbee toss, and water-balloon relays. We will end the week with a fun-filled day of movement, including bounce houses!
Students will have fun with hands-on science experiments. Activities include creating slime and building volcanos that erupt! Students will also learn about the physics of building their own water balloon catapults and paper airplanes. The week will culminate in field tests to measure the accuracy of their creations.
All About Animals
We’re learning all about the wild world of animals from the ocean to the Arctic. Students will create their own ecosystems, and will end the week with a presentation with live animals.
Magic & Mysteries
Abracadabra! During this magical week, we’re using our imaginations to learn magic tricks, create our own dragons or unicorn stories, and construct “escape the room” mysteries. The week will end with a visit from a professional magician.
Lights, camera, action! During our movie week, students will watch fairytales and superhero movies with popcorn. Students will also hone their creative writing skills to create their own fairytale characters and superheroes. The week will end with a trip to the movie theater.
Party Like Its 1776
Students will spend the week learning about our founding fathers, military appreciation, and build their own American flags. They will end the week with a 4th of July patriot party including bounce house fun. Note: Camp is closed July 4.
We’re traveling all across the globe to learn about different countries and cultures. Students will pick a country, and use the computer lab and library to research various aspects of their country, re-create their country’s flag, and end the week with a presentation and multi-cultural potluck.
We’re halting the summer slide in its tracks and gearing back up for school to begin. Students will engage in science and math-based activities like Lego robotics, and computer and math activities.