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Summer Camps

UPDATE: Embark! Youth Theatre Conservatory will take place online, July 20-31, 2020.
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May 13, 2020 COVID-19 UPDATE: Randolph College summer camps canceled for 2020

In light of the continuing threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and in the interest of protecting the health of campers and camp staff, Randolph College is canceling all summer camp programs for 2020, including computer coding, Randolph College Nursery School, and sports camps. We realize this is disappointing, but given the current landscape surrounding COVID-19, as well the difficulties and challenges associated with adhering to social distancing protocols in a camp setting, we felt the decision was necessary in order to maintain the safest environment for our community.

Randolph College has numerous day camps available for local families looking for ways to enrich the summer months for their children and teens, as well as online summer courses.

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TechCats: Computer Coding Camps

Randolph College is offering three week-long day camps for students ranging from rising third through eighth grade.

Nursery School Camps

Randolph College Nursery School offers a series of Summer Camps for children ages 3 through kindergartners.   Each week offers a different activity theme, including music, art, science, farms, zoo, transportation, and more.

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Sports Camps

Randolph hosts several athletics camps throughout the summer allowing participants to sharpen their skills in such sports as…

  • softball,
  • track and field,
  • volleyball, and
  • soccer.

Dates, information, and registration can be found at…

ONLINE: Embark! Youth Theatre Conservatory

Endstation Theatre Company, Randolph’s theatre-in-residence, will host a theatre camp focused on teaching the 3C’s: Creativity, Confidence, and Communication. The camp gives 3rd through 12th graders the opportunity to hone their skills under the direction of theatre professionals from around the region and nation. This two-week day program will take place online from July 20-31 . The program will culminate in a Showcase and Awards Banquet.

For more information, and to register, visit

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