More than 24 Youth Camps Programmed to Attract all Interests
WEST CHESTER, PA – West Chester University today announced dates and information for summer programs and camps to entertain and enrich area youth from ages 4 – 18. In all, more than 24 camps are offered throughout the summer, ranging in specialty from technology to arts to a variety of sports offerings. Learn more about summer camps and registration.
West Chester will welcome thousands of young students from the surrounding region over the summer months to offer valuable high-quality, relatively low-cost programs. Many camps are taught and administered by West Chester faculty and their students, as well as by local professionals who are specialists in the camp’s field.
A rich variety of camp programs are offered. For the music-minded, the elementary, middle and high school music camps in West Chester’s Wells School of Music give students rehearsal and performance experience. Aspiring young actors can hone skills in Pennsylvania Theatre Institute’s Young Company camp. Those who love to write might enjoy The Pennsylvania Writing and Literature Project’s Young Writer’s Camp. In addition, camps for most every type of athlete are offered through West Chester’s athletics department.
About West Chester University
Enrolling more than 17,000 students, West Chester University is the largest member of the 14-institution Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Founded in 1871, the University is a comprehensive public institution, offering a diverse range of more than 200 undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs in more than 50 fields of study. In addition to the main campus in West Chester, the University offers programs through its graduate center, the campus in Philadelphia, and online. Six colleges and two schools comprise the University: University College, Colleges of Arts and Humanities, Business and Public Management, Education and Social Work, Health Sciences, and the Sciences and Mathematics, as well as the Wells School of Music, and the Graduate School.