Currey Ingram Academy offers eight unique camp offerings for Summer 2024.

CIA's summer camps are designed to bring out the best in our campers! Our counselors are dedicated to inspiring campers to reach their complete potential daily. No matter their level of experience, we aim to encourage the participation of all campers in activities.

Our smaller camp size allows counselors and campers to get to know each other personally while keeping your children safe and providing a more individualized experience. We have a camp that will excite and challenge campers with various interests.

To explore each camp in detail, click on their respective links below.

If you have any questions or want more information, please contact camps@curreyingram.org. We are looking forward to a fun-filled summer!

Summer 2024 Programs

 
CAMP BEECH CREEK
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
Camp Beech Creek is a Monday – Friday summer day camp for rising grades K-6 (with select opportunities open to older students) and open to the public. Half-day morning electives and half-day afternoon programs are available. Click here for more information.




WRITING INTENSIVE PROGRAM
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This camp is intended to extend the school year for students in rising Grades 4 - 8 who would benefit from targeted intervention in the skills that contribute to written expression development. Instruction will focus on key areas that support the writing process, including grammar, mechanics and sentence structure; handwriting and keyboarding fluency; and genre-specific strategy instruction. In addition, executive functioning skills necessary for writing tasks will be embedded, including skills such as goal-directed persistence, sustained attention and organization. Click here for more information.


WORKFORCE READINESS and PREPARATION (WRaP)
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For the fifth year, Currey Ingram Academy is hosting a three-week program for students ages 15 – 20 who are on the autism spectrum. A collaboration between Currey Ingram Academy and the Frist Center for Autism and Innovation, the WRaP program uses a strengths-based approach to help young people diagnosed with autism prepare for success in the workforce. Students learn to solve real-world problems and use robotics-based approaches to teach employable skills for workplace success. Click here for more information.