Camp Los Encinos



Movie/Photo Page Added

click to view the camp 2019 media page

Check out the Camp Media Page which displays some of the awesome movies campers have been making in the iMoviemaking and Stop-Motion classes, as well as photos and videos taken by the camp staff.


Summer is here! It’s not too late to join us, we still have a few spaces remaining. Campers entering grades 1-6 are welcome to join us DAILY or WEEKLY through August 2nd.

Use the documents below to choose your activities with your camper, then click the green button below to register online. Email with any questions.

When you’re ready to make your selection, log in to your account and register for Summer Camp 2019. Scroll down to read about Summer Camp registration! Camperships are available. Email for info on how to apply).

LET’S DO LUNCH! We are excited to announce that Fresh Lunches will be offering a healthy and varied lunch alternative as a convenience to all who want to avoid packing lunches… Click here for instructions to pre-order as a new family or a returning family.

The WEEKLY MENUS are also available here:
Fresh Lunches Menu – Week 1 – 6/17-6/21
Fresh Lunches Menu – Week 2 – 6/24-6/28
Fresh Lunches Menu – Week 3 – 7/1-7/5
Fresh Lunches Menu – Week 4 – 7/8-7/12
Fresh Lunches Menu – Week 5 – 7/15-7/19
Fresh Lunches Menu – Week 6 – 7/22-7/26
Fresh Lunches Menu – Week 7 – 7/29-8/2


Summer Camp Los Encinos runs 7 weeks beginning June 17 for all kids entering 1st grade through 6th grade (or grades 7-9 for CITs) at $395 per week (with an exception for Week 3 which is $315 due to the camp being closed in honor of the July 4th holiday).

Full refund given if cancelled in writing prior to May 1, 2019. After May 1st, see below.
Choose your classes carefully — there’s a $20 change fee per class if made later than 3pm on the Friday prior. Send an email to to request changes.
Need to reschedule? Cancellations must be made by Friday at 3pm prior to the scheduled week in order to receive credit of any payments. The credit for the amount paid goes back to your camper’s account and remains active and available for any Camp Los Encinos expense during the calendar year. For instance, Summer Camp 2019 credits may be applied to Winter Camp 2019 (if any), but after December 31st, payments are forfeited. Credits will only be available per household and are not transferrable.

Hours: 8:45-3:15 (with FREE extended care 8:15-4 Tues-Fri, and 8-4 on Mondays)
Each day contains 4 one-hour “blocks” for activities, plus lunch (not provided) and free time.
Please note some activities require 2 blocks and both must be attended.
Some activities are identical, so only the first or second block may be attended.
Keep an eye out for “Block 1 of 1” or “Block 1 of 2” and “2 of 2” when registering.

CITs (students entering grades 7-9) may choose from a “camper track” and “leadership track.” They are assigned “blocks” and counselors each day according to their skill set and preferences. To be a CIT costs only $225/week.
Click here to register campers and/or CITs!


We are now fully staffed, but you may still submit an application to be considered if our staffing needs change.

Click to Apply to Be a Counselor

If you have signed up for “flex weeks,” keep an eye out in your email for the code to register without having to pay again. If you don’t receive it, please email


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Spring Camp was Spectacular!


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Winter Camp was Wondrous!


(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.”