This post is sponsored by Parish Episcopal School’s EXTEND Summer Camps. All opinions are 100% our own!
When it comes to planning summer activities for my kids, I have these recurring daydreams where everyone sleeps in and we leisurely enjoy peaceful afternoons at the pool. No one fights. It’s glorious. These daydreams last for about 8 seconds before reality hits and I realize, it’s April and I need summer plans, like ASAP.
Summer camps, to me, are a great way for my kids to try new activities, sports or hobbies without having to commit to an entire semester (or year). I want to send them to camps that are enriching and FUN. I want a variety of experiences. And I need to know the campus and staff are organized, safe, well-trained and will take excellent care of my little ones. Oh, and I also can’t spend a bagillion dollars to do this.
For me – the place that checks all those boxes is Parish Summer at Parish Episcopal School. We aren’t currently enrolled students at Parish, however, the summer program is open to all! Parish Summer offers more than 300 camps in everything from academics, arts, athletics and sports. There are LEGO workshops, musical theater camps, camps about space, French art and food (oui!), yoga, dance and more. I think I can safely say – there is something for everyone from 3 year olds to high schoolers.
So what should you do next? Visit ParishSummer.org to check out some of the programs for yourself. You can request a catalog in the mail or download it right from the website. All the information on how to sign up, locations of the campuses, available discounts, etc. can all be found in the FAQ section and you can register online. For questions about Parish Summer, feel free to send an email!