Academic Camps

Camp Blodgett

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Address

Grand Rapids Office - 528 Bridge St NW, Suite 6 Grand Rapids, MI 49504; Camp Blodgett - 10451 Lakeshore Drive, West Olive, MI 49460

Contact Information

Websites: http://www.campblodgett.org
https://www.facebook.com/campblodgett1921/
https://twitter.com/CampBlodgett
https://instagram.com/campblodgett/

Name: Brian Paul, Camp Director
Phone: 616-949-0780
Email:

Details

Camp Blodgett has been helping kids enjoy their summer on the shores of Lake Michigan for more than 95 years! Camp Blodgett serves children in Kent and Ottawa Counties in West Michigan. Camp Blodgett is located 45 minutes west of Grand Rapids at 10451 Lakeshore Drive in West Olive.
At Camp Blodgett, you will enjoy:
Biking to the scenic Kirk park
Canoeing the inlets of Lake Michigan
Swimming in the pool and Lake Michigan
Target practice with archery
Challenging your inner acrobat on the high rope courses and our NEW rock wall
Team building and Tarzan swinging at the low ropes course
Fun and challenging workshops, cabin activities and evening events

2018 Summer Camp Dates:
Session One - ages 8-13 - June 11 to 15 - Hero Week
Session Two - ages 11-13 - June 18 to 22 - Time Travel Week
Session Three - ages 8-11 - June 25 to 29 - Adventures in Reading Week
Session Four - ages 8-13 - July 9 to 13 - Hero Week
Session Five - ages 8-11 - July 16 to 20 - Time Travel Week
Session Six - ages 8-13 - July 23 to 27 - Adventures in Reading Week

Financial Assistance: To ensure that all children have the opportunity to attend summer camp, fees for summer camp at Camp Blodgett are determined using a sliding fee scale based on family income and household size. Transportation is also provided to and from the camp from Grand Rapids for all campers.

Camp Blodgett also offers a 4-week academic camp, the Camp Blodgett STEM Academy, designed to enhance academic growth in STEM subjects for youth who will be entering grades 6-8 in the school year following their camp experience. This program runs during the regular camp program and is for children who are looking for academic assistance in STEM subjects during the summer months.

The Camp Blodgett STEM Academy accepts youth who are below or approaching grade level in math and/ or science are. To participate, youth must live in Kent County, apply and be accepted into the program, commit to attending all 4 weeks of the program, agree to participate fully and cooperatively, and demonstrate economic need. Those interested are encouraged to apply during the winter months by calling the camp office or emailing the program director at the address below. Acceptance into the program is limited to 40 youth.
For more information, visit www.campblodgett.org

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Girls Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore, Camp Anna Behrens

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Address

9841 Colby Rd
Greenville, MI 48838

Contact Information

Website: http://www.gsmists.org/

Name: Demitria Gavit
Phone: 616.748.3341 ext 133
Email:

Details

Scholarships are available to attend this camp.

Girls do not have to belong to a scout troop to attend Camp Anna Behrens. A $15 fee is added to the registration fee when girls who are not scouts sign up.

Our office is located at:
3275 Walker Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49544

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John Ball Zoo Education

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Address

1300 W. Fulton St.
Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Contact Information

Websites: http://www.facebook.com/JBZSociety?ref=ts
http://www.jbzoo.org

Name: Rhiannon Mulligan
Phone: (616) 336-4300
Email:

Details

John Ball Zoo's Summer Zoo Camp is a unique, hands-on learning experience for children ages 3 years to those entering 9th grade! Each class follows a specific wildlife theme and uses a variety of methods to stimulate the learning process (role-playing, behind the scenes tours, games, stories, songs and more). Special projects are often brought home throughout the week. Each class has their own room with a qualified instructor and educational aide, and will frequently spend time in the zoo and park setting. Day camp and overnight programs are designed for the age students will be at the start of class or for the grade level students will be entering in fall. Class sizes are strictly limited to provide a high quality experience.

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Grand Rapids Community Foundation

185 Oakes St SW
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503

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Grand Rapids Community Foundation's
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