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Middle School Day Camps
Abundant Care Training Services (ACTS) Detroit
The center operates a "Skills for Life" summer day camp for children 6 - 16 years old. The 6-week program includes:
Enhancing academic skills
Digital Video Production training
Vacation Bible School
Avengers Mentoring Programs
The Avengers offer free 6-week summer camps at:
Golightly Education Center
George Crockett Academy
Hartford Memorial Baptist Church
Monday - Friday from 9 am - 4 pm from July to August.
Boll Family YMCA Metropolitan Detroit
At the "Y", children and teens learn values and positive behaviors and explore their unique talents and interests.
The YMCA offers programs in childcare, basketball, gymnastics, swimming, summer camp, education and recreation.
Brothers Making a Difference - 2015 Expose and Explore Summer Camp
Simulations in five content areas
* Health and Recreation
The young men are exposed to male mentors from diverse personal and professional backgrounds.
Camp Burt Shurly
Camp Burt Shurly offers a residential summer camp experience to Detroit Public School students ages 8 to 12.
Participants will learn lessons in reading, writing, math and science; they will meet new friends, learn new skills
and spend their days away from home in a safe environment.
Clark Park Coalition
Clark Park in Southwest Detroit provides year round programming for more than 1,200 youth.
It operates the only regulation-sized outdoor ice hockey rink in Metro Detroit.
Free lunch is provided daily to more than 100 youth throughout the summer.
People's Community Services of Metropolitan Detroit - Summer Day Camp
The Summer Day Camp takes place in the Delray Neighborhood House. It offers children the opportunity to be active and have
positive interactions with peers by becoming engaged in physical activity, exciting field trips and new experiences.
Peace Camp - Fort Street
Youth will participate in programs such as:
And visiting community organizations.
Summer in the City
Students will play, read, write and create art projects. Campers must be in grades kindergarten through 5th.
Middle school students may participate as volunteers. Summer in the City strives to improve and expand community
service by bringing a diverse group of young people together to invest their energy in Detroit.