Currey Ingram Academy offers seven unique camp offerings for Summer 2023.
Our camps are designed to bring out the best in our campers! No matter their levels of experience, we aim to encourage the participation of all campers in activities, and our counselors are dedicated to inspire campers to try new activities outside their comfort zones every day.
Our smaller camp size allows for counselors and campers to get to know each other on a personal level, while keeping your children safe and providing a more individualized experience. We believe we have a camp that will excite and challenge campers with a variety of interests.
I encourage you to review each camp page in further detail.
The ADHD Summer Treatment Program is an intensive six-week summer treatment program for students ages 8-12 with ADHD. The STP focuses on developing self-awareness, self-regulation, and social skills while also incorporating recreational, age-appropriate games and group activities. STP is one of only 15 programs like it in the country.
The ASD Summer Treatment Program recognizes that individuals diagnosed with ASD represent an incredibly wide range of unique strengths, needs, and personalities, and honors this through individualized goal creation and strengths-focused interventions. During the two-week program, students will build confidence, add to their social skills repertoire, boost their emotional wellbeing, and appreciate the wonder of neurodiversity.
Camp Beech Creek is a day camp that runs Monday through Friday and is open to any rising kindergartner through rising sixth-grader. Campers can participate in an elective during the morning and traditional camp activities in the afternoon, such as creek exploration and arts and crafts.
Mustang Athletics Sports Camps are focused on each camper's skill level and are run by knowledgeable, well-trained coaches. Coaches match a program that develops the athlete's knowledge, skills, and confidence in each sport. Sports camps are open to rising third through eighth graders.
The Reading Intensive program allows campers in rising grades 1-5 to work with our faculty members on reading skills over the course of four weeks. Instruction will focus on the maintenance, retention, and generalization of reading-related skills.
Workforce Readiness and Preparation (WRaP)is a program co-developed with the Frist Center for Autism and Innovation and is for students ages 15 to 20 who are on the autism spectrum. The program is designed to teach social and teamwork skills that will be needed for success in the workplace.
The Writing Intensive program (NEW!) 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.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to a fun-filled summer!
Director of Afterschool and Summer Programs