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Summer Programs for ALL ages!

Lakeview Academy's summer programs can be a time to have fun, explore, learn something new, or try to get ahead in your coursework. Lakeview Academy offers a wide variety of courses, programs and camps that provide fun, hands-on experience 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.


AP Chemistry Prep - August

Credit: none
Open to high school students
This Prep class will help students learn or refresh the necessary skills to start the AP chemistry course. AP Chemistry is designed to be the second year chemistry course for students. Since this will be the first chemistry class for some, certain chemistry knowledge is expected to begin the course. The skills needed to begin include nomenclature (naming ionic compounds, covalent compounds, and acids), gas laws, pH and acid/ base equilibrium, and stoichiometry. Anyone taking AP Chemistry is encouraged to take the Prep class.
Dates: 8/1 - 8/15 (Monday-Friday)
Time: 8/1 - 8/9 from 9:00 AM–12:00 PM;
          8/13 - 8/15 from 2:00–4:00 PM, if needed.
Instructor: Marvin Clarke
Location: Upper School room 404
Fee: $300.00
Minimum: 4

College Application Jump Start

Open to Rising Seniors Throughout the Community
Rising seniors will have the opportunity to begin their college applications free from any distractions of classes or school activities that occur during the academic year. Students will receive assistance in mapping out their individual plan for approaching the college application process, writing drafts of college application essays and receiving feedback, and conducting Skype sessions with college admissions officers at various schools. Additionally, students will receive small group and individual guidance through the process of completing their available college applications.
           June 3-7
           July 8-12 
Time: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Fee: $250 for Lakeview Students
        $300 for non-Lakeview Students
Min/Max: 10/15



Driver’s Ed (+ADAP)
14 years old +
30-hours of classroom instruction (fulfills Joshua’s Law requirement for State of Georgia). Included in the class is the state required Electronic Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (E-ADAP). Lastly, students sign-up for six (6) hours of driving instruction (three 2-hour sessions), where students will practice driving skills and the skills required to pass the DDS Road Test.
Dates: 6/17 - 6/21
           6/24 - 6/28
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Fee: $375 (Paid directly to: A-1 Driving School)
Instructor: John Gilbert
Location: Upper School room 309
Min.: 4

Driver Education Courses are $375 REGISTER THROUGH AND PAY directly to A-1 Driving School, Inc. | 255 Langley Drive | Lawrenceville, GA 30046
via phone at 770-962-9555 or online at

Pre-Season Training

Football Camp - Coed
Rising 3rd – 8th
The Lakeview Academy football camp is for players who wish to learn and practice the basic skills necessary to succeed in football. The essential mechanics of running, throwing and catching are given particular emphasis. Campers should wear sunscreen, comfortable clothing and bring cleats and gym shoes.
Date: 7/24 – 7/26
Time: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Fee: $30
Bring: Cleats & gym shoes
Instructor: Matthew Gruhn, Varsity Football Coach

3/4 Day Camps

Hiking Camp-
Rising 2nd – 10th
Calling all adventurous explorers who are willing to go where the wild things are! Is that you? During the week, campers will explore the hiking trails of North Georgia including: Cherokee Bluffs/Williams Mill in Flowery Branch; Sawnee Mountain in Cumming; Preachers Rock/Appalachian Trail; Don Carter State Park in Gainesville; and Dukes Creek Falls and Raven Cliffs near Helen where we will end the week with a campfire and s’mores.
           6/10 - 6/14 or
           6/17 - 6/21
[Both hiking camps are FULL]
Time: 8:30 AM–2:00 PM
Fee: $225
Bring: a small pack with water bottle, sack lunch, swim wear, and a towel. NO sandals or flip flops.
Instructor: Angela Bradley, Extended Learning Coordinator
Assistant: Cristina Leek, 3rd grade teacher
Location: Lower School room 110
Min/Max: 8/12

Click here to see pictures from last years' hiking camp.

Half-Day Camps

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Forms of Payment:
Your registration is not complete - and your child's place will not be held - until full payment has been received. We accept electronic, mailed and hand-delivered checks as well as American Express, Discover, Mastercard and VISA debit or credit cards. Payments made by credit card will be charged an additional 2.75% administrative fee.

The cost of the camp or class is refundable provided cancellation is received a minimum of 14 days in advance of camp - less a $25 registration fee for each summer camp, $100 registration fee for jump start classes, or $250 registration fee for academic classes, plus a 2.75% administrative fee for credit card payments, (if applicable). Should the camp or class be canceled, registrants will receive a FULL refund for that camp using the same form of payment as was used to register.

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, 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 grades K3 through 12, 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.