Camp Los Encinos



CAMP ANNOUNCEMENTS

Super Early-Bird Pricing to End February 28th

Spring Camp from March 26 to March 29 is now accepting early-bird registrations until February 28th ($280) (regularly $325/week). Daily rate is $100. The rate to be a CIT – Counselor-in-Training (grades 7-9) is only $180 for the week!

Summer Camp runs seven weeks beginning June 18, 2018. We are now accepting early-bird registrations until February 28th ($350) (regularly $395/week). **Note there is no camp on July 4th and the cost for that week is prorated. Half-Days (either morning or afternoon) are also available ($250/week). If you want to join us day-to-day, the rate is $100/day. The rate to be a CIT – Counselor-in-Training (grades 7-9) is only $225 for the week!

All our camps include FREE early and extended care (8:00am is the earliest drop-off and 4:00pm is the latest pick-up).

Click here to register online. Join us as a camper (grades K-6) or as a CIT (grades 7-9) for either camp.

Click here to apply for a summer job as counselor. We are looking for enthusiastic team players to join our counseling staff. If you’re 15 years of age or older, apply now!

Email us at camp@losencinosschool.org if you need anything!


Winter Camp was Incredible!

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(Pictured above) Camp Los Encinos counselors who are also alumni of Los Encinos School!


In the Media

Excerpt from “Teaming Up at Summer Camp” in LA Parent Magazine:

Whatever the activity, packing teams of campers into small groups is key. “We’ve found that the smaller group activities are where the strongest bonds of friendship are formed,” says Jonathan Beckmann, Assistant Head of Los Encinos School, where Camp Los Encinos features traditional camp activities plus enrichment classes. “Jewelry-making class, for instance, challenges the campers to work together to string colorful beaded necklaces and bracelets, which they often gift to each other,” he says. “LEGO Robotics requires programming skills that set one robot team against another in a type of remote-control wrestling match. The interaction and collaboration prompted by these creative endeavors unites the children in the cause of a common goal.”