Lavner Camps at Wash U

Lavner Camps – Award-Winning Summer Camps at Wash U! 

Summer Camp. Redefined.

Lavner Camps leads the industry in Summer Enrichment Camps and is offering Cutting-Edge Technology Camps & Creative Art Camps at Washington University in St. Louis! Campers can attend one or more weeks at any of our highly specialized camps in Robotics Camp with LEGO® EV3®, Robotics with Artificial Intelligence, Robotics Camp with VEX® IQ, 3D Minecraft™ Camp, Elite Skills Minecraft™ Camp with Java™ Coding, Esports Camps, Fortnite Camp, Overwatch Camp, YouTube Video Production Camp, National Minecraft™Camp Tournament Week, Computer Programming Camp with Python™, Computer Programming with Java™, Spy Tech Camp, Video Game Design Camp with Apps, Game Design with GameMaker™, Digital Movie Production Camp for YouTube™, Web Design Camp, 3D Printing Camp & Modeling, Digital Fashion Design Camp, Fashion Design Camp, Graphic Design with T-Shirt Customization, Filmmaking Camp! Also check out our CIT Leadership Program.

Camps are in session from June 17th to August 9th, 2019. Register for one or more weeks at any camp. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Early drop off at 8 a.m. and late pick up until 6 p.m.

For ages 6-15 (ages vary by camp). 1 to 8 ratio of adult staff member to camper…or better!

Camp tuition ranges from $329 - $609 per week. Additional options include Early Arrival (8 a.m.-9 a.m.), Extended Day (3:30 p.m.-6 p.m.), Lunch and Private Lessons.

Visit Lavner Camps at Wash U in St. Louis for more information and to register. We look forward to seeing you this summer!

 

Camp Details
One Brookings DR
St. Louis, MO 63130
United States
Locations: St. Louis
Extended Care: Yes
Camp Weeks
June 17-21
June 24-28
July 1-5
July 8-12
July 15-19
July 22-26
July 29-Aug. 2
Aug. 5-9
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