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Summer Programs for ALL ages!

Lakeview Academy's summer programs can be a time to have fun, explore, and learn something new. Lakeview Academy offers a wide variety of programs and camps that provide fun, hands-on experiences including science challenges, outdoor exploration, athletics, fine arts, and creative play. Our camps will appeal to a broad mix of interests, abilities, and ages, (3-year-olds through rising 12th grade) and are open to children throughout the community.

Adventure

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  • Hiking Camp

    Age: Rising 2nd – 10th
    Two Sessions:
    June 6–10 FULL
    June 13–17
    Calling all adventurous explorers who are willing to go where the wild things are!
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Arts & Music

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  • Ceramics

    Age: 4-10 years old
    Session: June 6–10 Only 1 spot remains
    Students will learn how to build various ceramic pieces by using their hands and simple ceramic tools. They will also learn and...
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  • Creative Art

    Age: Rising Kindergarten – 5th 
    Session: June 6–10 FULL
    Join us in the Lower School art room as we create fun art projects. We will make a special canvas with colorful paints and see what we can do...
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Athletics

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  • Baseball Camp (Boys)

    Age: Rising 1st – 6th 
    Session: June 13–17
    Baseball camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of the game of baseball. The instruction includes individual skill development...
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  • Future Lions Football Camp (Coed)

    Age: 5 – 12 years old 
    Session: June 28-30 
    Campers will be introduced to Offense/Defense and Special Teams skills/drills. This is not a pad camp.
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  • Little Lions Cheer Camp (Girls)

    Age: Rising 1st – 5th
    Session: June 27 – July 1 
    It's time to GET LOUD! Join the Lakeview cheerleaders for a week filled with cheering, dancing, stunting, and fun!
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  • Pee Wee Basketball (Coed) 

    Age: Rising K – 4th
    Session: May 31– June 2
    Basketball fundamentals and games: this camp will focus on meeting the needs of each individual player. Players will be introduced...
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  • Pee-Wee Soccer (Coed) 

    Age: Rising K – 2nd
    Session: June 6 – 10
    Soccer camp is designed to provide campers with the fundamentals they need to develop as soccer players. Instruction will include...
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  • Soccer (Coed)  

    Age: Rising 3rd – 8th
    Session: June 13–17
    Soccer camp is designed to provide campers with the fundamentals they need to develop as soccer players. Instruction will include...
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  • Volleyball (Girls)

    Age: Rising 1st – 5th
    Session: July 25 – 29
    Instructional volleyball camp for grades 1st-5th. Campers will learn fundamentals and play skill related games.
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Learning & Play

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  • Imagination Station

    Ages: 3-6 (must be potty trained)
    Session: June 6 – 10 1 spot remains!
    It is time to discover the world that surrounds us through imagination! This is a week that will help encourage your child’s creativity...
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  • LEGO® Camp I & II

    Age: Rising K – 1st
    Two Sessions 
    Session One: June 20 – 24 FULL
    Session Two: June 27 – July 1 FULL
    Come one, come all, we will have a ball! Building LEGOs for days...
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  • LEGO® Camp III & IV

    Age: Kindergarten – 5th
    Two Sessions 
    Session One: June 20 – 24 FULL
    Session Two: June 27 – July 1 FULL
    Come one, come all, we will have a ball! Building LEGOs for days...
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  • Princess Camp

    Age: Rising PreK 4 – 2nd
    Session: June 20 – 24 FULL
    Calling all princesses! Come to camp dressed as a princess every day. Learn songs, games, make crafts, and play with all of the...
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Robotics

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  • Robotics Camp

    Age: Rising 4th – 6th
    Session: June 13 – 17 FULL
    Campers learn the basics of robotics by designing, building, and programming LEGO® Spike Prime Robots. Over the course of the...
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Life Skills

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  • College Application Jump Start

    Age: Rising 12th
    Two Sessions
    Session One: June 6 – 10
    Session Two: July 18 – 22
    Rising seniors will have the opportunity to begin their college...
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  • Driver’s Ed (+ADAP) 

    Age: 15 years old +
    Session: June 27 – July 1
    30-hours of classroom instruction (fulfills Joshua’s Law requirement for State of Georgia). Included in the class is the state required...
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Forms of Payment:
Fee is payable online by credit card (American Express, Discover, Mastercard or Visa), debit card or online check. Credit and debit card payments are subject to a 2.85% non-refundable service fee.

Refund Policy:
Refund Policy: Cancellation request must be received 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you have enrolled. A $25 (for summer camps) or $100 (for the College Application Jump Start) administrative fee is deducted from each refund. If a program is cancelled by Lakeview Academy you will be issued a FULL refund. Refunds are issued to the original method of payment. No exceptions.

Emergency Contact Information:
The Student Health Record form is for those attendees who are not students at Lakeview Academy. The form is located on the right of this page. If your child does not attend Lakeview Academy, please download it, print it, complete it, and return the form to Angela Bradley.

Summer Program Coordinator
If you have any questions or wish to be placed on a waiting list for a camp that is full, please contact the summer camp coordinator, Angela Bradley, at 770-531-2614 or via email.
796 Lakeview Drive  Gainesville, GA  30501 • (770) 532-4383
Lakeview Academy is a private, coeducational day school for students in preschool through 12th grade, located in Gainesville, GA. 

Lakeview Academy is committed to excellence in the personal growth and academic development of the college-bound student through a partnership of school, family, and community.