We're excited about offering four camp sessions at AGCS this year!
Keep your children engaged with discovery-based learning this summer, led by our own staff and upper school students.
• Explore the outdoors and spend time with our farm animals at Micro-Farm Camp
• Hone your problem-solving skills at Camp Invention
• Keep active in Sports Camp
• Discover at Day Camp
As each camp registration opens, we will post information on this page. Make sure to register early - our camps fill up quickly!
AGCS Summer Day Camp
At the Early Learning Center at Kemblesville
8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, weeks listed below
Avon Grove Charter Summer Camp Team wants to engage your child this summer with our developmentally appropriate enrichment program that will focus on science, arts and crafts, physical activity, field trips and water play days! We are open to all students who have completed Kindergarten through Grade 6. The cost of the program is $250 per week, per child, and must be paid in advance. Please download the Registration Form for more information.
Camp Weeks are:
June 19 - 23
June 26 - 30
Closed the week of July 3 - 7
July 10 - 14
July 17 - 21
July 24 - 28
July 31 - 4
August 7 -11
Camp Invention returns to AGCS
June 26th-30th, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
State Road Campus
Extended day hours are available 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
This year's all-new program inspires confidence as campers collaborate in creative problem-solving challenges led by qualified educators to bring their biggest ideas to life! Check out the Camp Invention flyer for earlybird discounts, pricing, and details.
AGCS Summer Sports Camp
July 10th-13th, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
1521 New London Rd, Landenberg
K-6th grade students! Join our AGCS coaches for a fun-filled week of a variety of sports, disc games, net games, and team building activities.
Please see our Sports Camp Flyer for more information and to register.
AGCS Fun on the Farm
June 12th-16th, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
State Road Campus
At this camp, children have a unique opportunity to explore our Micro-Farm. They learn about caring for animals and how wool becomes thread, experience a working greenhouse and garden, prepare their own garden snack food, play outdoor and water games, make crafts, and much more! This experience reconnects children to our natural world and gives them hands-on education about where our food comes from. Space is limited to 20 K-3rd grade students.