Your 2020 Summer Fun Guide

arts, athletics, camps, cooking, dance, science & STEM


School’s out for summer and we’re all working to set up our “new normal.” The programs below are ready to help you & your munchkins learn, laugh and enjoy quality time together. Let’s work together to make this a summer to remember! 

Jacksonville Athletic Club. The Jacksonville Athletic Club is excited to offer a unique track and field experience for kids. This youth track and field club will run until July 29. Summer training will include multiple opportunities for the athletes to compete in some summer track and field meets! Click here for details.

B3 Bricks, Bots & Beakers. B3-Bricks Bots & Beakers offers a variety of fun & engaging STEAM enrichment summer camps based on Human or Animal Anatomy, Coding, Robotics , Drones, Minecraft, Robolox and much more.  B3 camps focuses not only on STEAM by following a series of hands-on minds-on lessons, but also teaches soft skills, such as public speaking, teamwork, communication, creativity and problem solving. Click here for details 

Diamond D Ranch. Perfect for the little horse lover, Diamond D Ranch provides an opportunity to learn about horses and horsemanship.  Along with riding several HOURS throughout the day; there will be hands-on classroom sessions on horse identification, anatomy, grooming, conditioning, nutrition, health, tack, and western horsemanship. Space is limited, register today!

Episcopal School of Jacksonville. Summer is quickly approaching! Episcopal School of Jacksonville plans to offer on-campus camps and academic programs on the Munnerlyn, Beaches, and St. Mark’s campuses, in addition to some remote options, with opportunities for students of all ages. Extended day care will also be available. Eagle Arts, Film Analysis, Day Camp (Pre-K 4 – 8 grades), Camp Create (age 2-K), Community Service, Tennis, Chess, Photography, and academic prep sessions are just a few of the many offerings available this summer. Go to to sign up!

Shepherd of the Woods School. Shepherd of the Woods School. Be sure your child is prepared for next school year, register now for one of our academic summer programs. On-site and virtual programs are available for Kindergarteners – 6th graders. Classes are at our Southside Campus. Get more information and register here or contact Angie Ervin at 904-814-5234 or [email protected].

St. Mark’s Episcopal Day School. Think summer, think St. Mark’s! Our Camp CREATE summer program follows weekly themes that are play-based and developmentally appropriate for children age 2 (by September 1, 2020) – rising Kindergarten. We participate in art, music, indoor and outdoor play, and many other stimulating activities. Sessions are offered weekly, with a two week minimum registration. Hours of operation are 7:15am – 6pm daily. Click here for to learn more.

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