Five individual week sessions of French and fun!
June 19th – July 21st 2017

$350 for a full week, $240 for part time (3 days/week) and $90 single day

Los Feliz Campus

Pre-K campers


Full week: $350.
Early Bird registration until 06/15 $320

Part time (3 days per week): $240
Early Bird registration until 06/15: $220

Single day: $90 No early registration pricing.

(No camp on July 4th)

The goal of our French curriculum consists of introducing the French language through day-to-day activities: greetings, colors, fruits, and days of the week to name a few.
Mornings will focus on the acquisition of the French language. Games, arts, crafts, sports, singing, and reading will keep them busy and entertained in the afternoon. The program will also help the little ones gain social skills.
Here is a glimpse of our French summer school academic program:

Math:  one-on-one correspondence, recognizing numbers, counting in French.
Fine Motor Skills:  using a pencil, learning how to write letters, drawing.
Art:  mixing colors, cutting, gluing, and discovering forms and textures.
Sport:  developing fine and gross motor skills as well as coordination through ball games, soccer, grasping, and throwing.
Music:  new vocabulary and rhymes through French songs.

A Day at Camp: Pre-K Campers
7:30-9:00 – Daycare
9:00-9:15 – Morning routine
9:15-10:00 – Activities in French (please see activities section for details)
10:00-10:30 – Snack and recess
10:30-11:15 – Activities in French
11:15-12:00 – Activities in French
12:00-12:45 – Lunch and outdoor play time
12:45-1:45 – Nap time
1:45-2:30 – Activities in French
2:30-2:45 – Snack and recess
2:45-3:30 – Activities in French
3:30-5:30 – Daycare
Wednesdays: all day field trip
Please click the button below to REGISTER.

K to 5th campers

Full week: $350.
Early Bird registration until 06/15 $320

Part time (3 days per week): $240
Early Bird registration until 06/15: $220

Single day: $90 No early registration pricing.

(No camp on July 4th)


French classes
Designed to teach the fundamentals of the French language (and/or to maintain the knowledge of French), the classes take place four times a week for two periods of 60 minutes and are taught by accredited French teachers.  The objective of this program is to introduce children to the French language and culture at an early age, when they still have a linguistic openness to easily learn a second language.
The curriculum promotes the development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. The classes are designed for both beginners and intermediate French speakers.


Summer Camp Activities
Here is a glimpse of our weekly program for Summer Camp activities:


Monday: Tennis
Campers travel by school bus to Tennis Pro Zone in Studio City to learn the basics of the game. Players who are familiar with tennis may take advantage of training.


Tuesday: Soccer 
and Movies By Kids
French Soccer Institute offers the perfect combination of learning and FUN! These action packed sessions are designed to promote learning of techniques and skills focusing on the individual player. A typical session will include mass games, structured practices and scrimmages. The FSI professional coaches will ensure players have a memorable experience & improve their skills.

Movies By Kids is a creative program designed for teaching campers the exciting process of movie making and animation. This unique “Hands On” program offers children the opportunity to conceive, write, produce and direct their own, animated movies, live action shorts and special effects segments.


Wednesday: Field TripDSC_2381
Every Wednesday, campers will be participating to exciting field trips:

  • Aquarium of the Pacific on July 2nd 
  • California Science Center on July 9th
  • L.A Zoo on July 16th
  • Moorpark Family Farm July 23rd
  • Griffith Park Observatory July 30th


Thursday: Art and Science
Creative Creatures & Co. began with the desire to cultivate an environment for youth to experience growth and inspiration. The goal is to encourage young artists to explore and share their creative talents, while offering their works to aid the greater needs of the community in which we live. By offering inventive approaches towards instructing youth in traditional and alternative art techniques, CCC aspires to motivate young artists to think imaginatively, live sustainably, and interact with their communities.

Mad Science summer camps and vacation programs give kids the opportunity to learn about science through our interactive and hands-on science activities. Our summer science programs let children become junior scientists for the summer and embark on a series of science adventures!

Children will be amazed when they:

  • Discover cool chemical reactions
  • Build rockets and participate in their launch
  • Check out security systems, cool spy equipment, and funky forensic tools that are used in real crime scene labs
  • Build their very own working robot and get to take it home 


Bouncing Friday (afternoon) 
Pizza for lunch followed bouncy houses and water slides/games on the soccer field. Safe environment supervised by our staff. Campers will need to bring towels, swim suits and sunscreen. Early pick up (starting at 1 pm) is available on Friday.


A Day at Camp: K to 5th grade campers
7:30-9:00 – Daycare
9:00-10:15 – Activities (please see activities section for details)
10:15-10:30 – Snack and Recess
10:30-11:45 – Activities
11:45-12:45 – Lunch
12:45-2:00 – French
2:00-2:15 – Recess
2:15-3:30 – French
3:30-5:30 – Daycare
Wednesdays: all day field trip

*Please note that on Fridays, French classes will be in the morning and activities will be in the afternoon
In order to give our campers the most of our time and attention, we divide campers into smaller groups with a maximum of 25 children per activity. Our ratio for chaperones is 1 adult for 8 campers (Pre-K) and 1 adult for 10 campers (K to 5th).

Program is subject to change. We will update our website in case of any change.

Please click the button below to REGISTER.