2017 Berkley Schools Summer Programs

Berkley Schools hosts many summer programs. Learn about camps and summer school below.

Due to bond construction, the Berkley High School pool will be closed for the summer.

Summer School

High School & Middle School Programs
June 26 - July 27
Norup International School

Word DocumentHigh School Registration
Word DocumentMiddle School Registration

Elementary Program
July 10 - August 10
Angell Elementary & Norup International School

Word DocumentElementary Registration

Summer Drama Camp

Drama Camp Students on Stage

Summer Drama Camp led by the Berkley High School drama program director John Hopkins consists of multiple classes in different dramatic and performance techniques. The focus of the camps will be on skills, rather than production and open to all students in grades 6-12 in the 2017-2018 school year.

Session One
June 19 - June 30
Mon-Fri, 10 am - 4 pm
including one hour “brown bag” lunch; 9-12 grade students optional off campus lunch

Session Two
July 31 - August 11
Mon-Fri, 10 am - 4 pm
including one hour “brown bag” lunch; 9-12 grade students optional off campus lunch

PDF Document2017 Summer Drama Camp Information
PDF Document2017 Summer Drama Camp Registration

Introduction to Robotics Camp

Introduction to Robotics

Berkley School District is offering an introductory class to the world of robotics. Classes and activities will involve hands-on experience with building, programming, and completing challenges with robots. This class will follow FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) guidelines used by the BHS Robotics Team.

Students Currently in Grades 5 -8
July 10-21
Norup International School

PDF DocumentIntroduction to Robotics Application

Camp Invention

Grades 1-6
June 26 - June 30, 2017
Norup International School

Camp Invention® is an exciting one-week summer camp for students entering 1st through 6th grades, designed to inspire creativity, inventiveness and critical thinking skills through hands-on activities and fun. Campers participate in five inventive modules each day which include disassembling old appliances, discovering simple machines and using parts to create new invention prototypes. Every program integrates science, math, history and the arts in the context of hands-on activities.

A Burton Elementary School teacher is returning as the camp director and other local teachers will teach the five modules. High school and college students will serve as camp counselors. The low staff-to-camper ratio is 1:8 or less.

The camp fee includes a T-shirt. Registration for is limited to 110 children, so be sure to sign up soon. Register:

PDF DocumentCamp Invention Flyer
External LinkRegister Online

Email Camp Invention Director

Kids' Zone Summer Days Camp

Kids' Zone Summer Days Camp takes place throughout the summer!

2017 Summer Days Camp
Information for the 2017 Summer Days Camp is coming soon! Learn more about Kids' Zone Summer Days Camp 2017

Opportunities Outside Berkley Schools