Rising Kindergarten – 5th grade
*No half-day or Pre-K
Kids Camp at In the City Camps fosters a strong sense of belonging and connection. We are a child-centered program that focuses on supporting campers as they build confidence, make new friends, explore new interests, discover their abilities, and learn new skills. All are welcome and everyone at camp is valued and celebrated!
In the City Camps offers an age-appropriate programming structure that encourages campers to pursue their interests while also trying new things. Trained activity specialists infuse activities with Jewish values like kavod (respect) and ahava (love), while strengthening the communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills important to succeed in the 21st century. The activities we offer include basketball, magic, swimming, art, dance, hockey, cooking, nature, soccer, field trips, talent shows, archery, Shabbat programming, and much more.
Each day at camp brings something new and exciting! Campers choose their activities 4 times a day from a list that includes sports, ropes course, archery, gaga, arts & crafts, music, dance, drama, yoga, maker space, cooking, woodworking, and more! We also offer special activities throughout the week, including inflatable water slides, volunteer/mitzvah projects, and on-site field trips. Fridays are for celebrating Shabbat with special programs and camper awards.
This summer, in order to respond to the unique needs of our community’s children and adolescents in the aftermath of the Covid pandemic, ITC is once again partnering with the community-based mental health organization, Chris180.
Each of our 3 units will have an assigned Chris180 clinician accompanying them throughout the week. These clinicians will be offering ongoing social-emotional support to staff and campers alike.
Working in concert with Camper Care Director, Danya Maloon, these clinicians will offer additional opportunities for staff and campers to continue developing healthy social behaviors and greater capacity for emotional regulation.
Just like in overnight camp, your child will be assigned to a bunk. The bunk has all the fun of overnight camp AND your camper comes home each day to share their fun day with you!
ITC maintains a 6:1 camper-to-counselor ratio. Each group will be no larger than 18 children with 3-4 staff. Bunks are coed and often mixed age groups. We always do our best to accommodate requests on the camper application, as we know how important this can be to campers (but it is not guaranteed).
Rising Kindergarten and First grades = Nitzanim Unit (Seedlings)
Rising Second and Third Grades = Chaverim Unit (Friends)
Rising Fourth and Fifth Grades = Tayarim Unit (Travelers)
*No half-day or Pre-K registration available this summer
Our campers come from every school and synagogue in Atlanta, and MANY do not know others on their first day. Do not worry!
The array of activities to choose from are incredible, the fact that you encourage independence is great too and love the Friday ones and so much more – feels like so many of the overnight camp rituals are created and celebrated here!
At ITC, we cultivate independent thinkers. When campers choose the activities they want to participate in, they are more inclined to learn and grow. Therefore, at ITC our campers choose 4 activities that interest them that particular day.
Soccer Gaga Softball Flag football Dodgeball Capture the flag Jewelry making Watercolor Clay Pottery wheel Pasta making Hebrew Mitzvah hour Relay races Animal Encounters Gymnastics Challah making Portrait Drawing Challah covers Baking Shrinky Dink Ballet Hip hop Yoga Talent Show
Magic Juggling Jazz Song writing Portrait Drawing Ice cream making Stained glass Dream Catchers High Ropes Low ropes Archery Fire making Knot tying Tie dye Rainbow Loom Dance parties Slime Exploding Volcanoes Crab attack Waterslides Color war Hiking Music lessons Movie production Bike riding
Running Waterslides Color war Hebrew Jump roping Contemporary Dance Rock n roll basics Collaborative Storytelling Design Architecture Interior Design Build a business Basketball Face Painting Charades Frisbee Pingpong Pictionary Acting Israel Culture
ONE EPIC LOCATION, TRANSPORTATION - MULTIPLE BUS STOPS, AND EIGHT WEEKS OF SUMMER MAGIC!
In the City Camps
@ The Weber School
6751 Roswell RD NE
Atlanta, GA 30328
January 8 - February 8
February 9 - March 31
April 1 through summer
June 12 - June 16
June 26 - June 30
June 26 - June 30
July 5, 6 and 7
(no camp on Mon and Tues
for July 4th, $264.00)
July 10 - July 14
July 17 - July 21
July 24 - July 28
July 31 - August 4
*No half-day or Pre-K registration available this summer. * Tuition Includes: 1 camper t-shirt and 1 canteen snack daily
A one-time $100.00 discount will apply to your family balance if the household registers for a total of eight weeks of camp
Scholarships are available to help make camp more affordable for everyone! The scholarship application opens January 8, 2023. Scholarships are given on a first come first serve basis. You must apply for camp to be able to apply for scholarship.
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