Now is the time to start getting a game plan for your kiddos in the summer. Last year, kids missed out on summer activities because of the pandemic. That’s why this year more than ever, we are antsy to get our children involved in some adventures.  ESA Summer camp gives you everything you need and it’s led by the ESA faculty and alumni.

ESA Summer will host week-long camp sessions from June 7th through July 23rd from 9am until noon, and from 1pm until 4pm. The camp is for ages 3 through high-school age. Campers can choose from art, music, theater, athletics, science, math, writing, cooking, sewing, cheer, Lego robotics, and so much more. For a full list of camp activities, click here.

There are two locations, one at 721 E. Kaliste Saloom Road in Lafayette, and one at 1557 Smede Road in Broussard. Camps begin at $110. They offer bus transportation from the Lafayette campus to the Cade campus and back.

For more information, click here.  To register, click here.

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