Cecil College camps offer a summer of fun

Published on February 23, 2024

There is a group of young children sitting on a bench smiling and looking at the camera.

ELKTON, MD: With the winter blues fading and the joy of spring and summer just around the corner, it is time to start planning summer vacation activities. What better way to enjoy the summer days than attending one of Cecil College’s summer camp programs?

Cecil College currently offers six weeks of summer camps for children five to seventeen years old. Many great camps are offered at the North East and Elkton Station campuses, as well as the Fair Hill Nature Center, Plumpton Park Zoo, and Chesapeake Wooden Boat Builders Club.

Cecil College’s summer camps provide the opportunity for children to participate in fun activities such as swimming, hiking, and various sports while also strengthening important life skills such as communication, collaboration, creativity, leadership, socialization, and problem solving.

Cecil College summer camps offer powerful learning environments where a child’s social education builds self-esteem. Many of the camps allow children to unplug from technology while exploring the world around them. Others include learning the latest technology and software!

Most importantly, Cecil College summer camps provide a safe and enjoyable environment where children take part in the unstructured play time vital to healthy emotional and social development. Children get to reinvent themselves at camp and be who they truly want to be, which helps them build confidence.

Cecil College’s summer camps offer before-care beginning at 7:30 a.m. and after-care until 5 p.m. Campers can play games, read books, and work on arts and crafts projects.

To learn more about these summer camps, contact Cecil College’s Lifelong Learning at 443-907-1378 or learning4life@nullcecil.edu.