Summer Remix Adventure Camp
Dive into the world of imagination and entertainment! From starring in a movie to building the first space habitat to producing a podcast, Summer Remix is all about living your dreams.
Each mini-camp is full of exciting, new experiences. Where else will your camper create a game show, star in their own podcast, and make a movie -- all in the same camp? Only at Summer Remix!
Summer Camp Dates & Schedules
Summer camp will officially begin on Monday, June 1 -- and will run until public school begins this fall. This means we'll have at least 11 weeks of fun experiences planned for your camper!
We will be observing enhanced health and safety precautions during camp. Detailed information about these practices is available from your local school.
This summer is all about living your dreams! Mini-camps may include:
- Lights, Camera, Action
Our movie mini-camp puts campers in charge of making a movie. Your child will find their passion as they decide on their role in the film-making process. They may write the script, design the sets or costumes, direct the action or play a character in the story. Each and every role is important on the way to Oscar glory.
- Life in Space
The future is now as campers set out on an epic adventure to Mars. What will we eat? How will we protect ourselves from the elements? What will we do for fun? All these questions will be answered as we transform our classroom into a space habitation.
- Podcasts: Stories to Tell
Nothing brings people together like a powerful story. This mini-camp celebrates compelling stories as campers produce their own podcast or videocast. Campers will decide on a theme, write scripts and interview participants to put together their own podcast.
- Gameshows for the Win
- Comic Book Heroes
- The Artist Within
- We are the Difference Makers
- Inventor's Showcase
- And more!
* Projects vary by school. Ask your Director for the list of mini-camps your local school is offering.
Field Trips & Special Experiences
Due to current recommendations, there will be no external field trips at this time. So, we're bringing the field trips to us! Your child will experience special activities (which we're calling in-house field trips) outside on our playground. We'll be partnering with local businesses to bring experiences to us while maintaining social distancing. Examples include wildlife groups, magic shows, 4-H workshops, painting outside, and more.
Think Stretch Summer Learning Program
Students have missed at least 2 months of classroom instruction. And families are concerned that this, in combination with summer learning loss, means their student may fall behind. This important program makes learning fun, while helping your child hold onto reading, writing, math and STEM concepts necessary to successfully move onto the next grade.
NFL Play 60
Children need to work out energy, especially during stressful times. NFL Play 60 will continue as an important component of camp. It’s fun and helps teach your child to be active at least 60 minutes a day and to eat healthy.
Junior Summer Camp
For younger children, we offer Junior Summer Camp! This camp features in-house adventures so your younger child can experience camp.
Designed for your camper!
- Unforgettable mini-camp experiences
- Make new friends
- Designed for your child's interests
- NFL Play 60 program
Designed for you!
- Safe, licensed and secure
- Staff certified in first aid and CPR
- Fresh, healthy meals and snacks included
- Flexible hours with full- and part-time programs
- Think Stretch Summer Learning Program
We have a reduced number of spaces available in camp this year, and space will be on a first-come basis. Secure your space by registering for camp today! Contact your school today to get started.
Tuition varies by school, so please contact your school for pricing. Call or visit your nearest Sunshine House to get started.
Families have trusted us with their children for 45 years. Find out why at Summer Remix Adventure Camp!
Activities and field trips vary by location and age of child. Contact your center for details. In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.