Cool camps for teens during summer 2016


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iD Tech Camp

Held at Macalester college, this camp is perfect for computer and technology lovers. The program consists of a 2 week camp, with opportunities available for ages 7-17.

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Alliance Francaise Camp

Held in Minneapolis, this camp is open to beginning or experienced French speakers to learn and grow with the language during this 5 day camp. It also provides opportunities for immersion in the future. Open to kids ages 3-18.

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Animal Humane Society’s Unleashed Camp

This is for the animal lovers! Grades 3-10 have the opportunity to work and learn about animals and the responsibilities that come along with taking care of them. The camp is for 5 days and costs $300.

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First Step Summer Institute

This is a free camp open for young women of color ages 16-18 held at St. Catherine University. This camp is 4 days and focuses on providing the women a college immersion experience for knowledge and a little background on a potential future at a university.

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Gustavus Adolphus Athletics Camps

These camps last 4-7 days and have an option for full day or a residential stay for kids in grades 5-12. The focus of these camps is in the name itself, athletics. There are a variety of sport options including ones like swimming, golf, gymnastics, soccer, volleyball and many more. The camp is held in St. Peter, MN.

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Guthrie Theater Acting and Theater Camps

Held at the Guthrie theater, the acting and theater camps focus on bringing out the imagination and expression of kids in grades 3-12. Camps last 5 days with half and full day options and prices range from $250-$495.

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