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E.E.S.P.A is a six-week intensive theater and arts program. Camp will run from June 3rd. The new camp time is 8 am to 3 pm. The new culminating event date is July 13th. The new mandatory rehearsals date is from July 8th to July 12th. We let your kids' imagination take flight every weekday from 8 am to 3 pm, with before and aftercare being offered. We currently are accepting campers between the ages of 7 to 17. We will explore different parts of the intensive theater and other performing arts curriculum every week. Students will experience monologues, scenes, commercials, and a fun-filled talent show throughout the program. On July 13th as a culminating event, your young artist will showcase a stage play giving you a taste of everything they’ve learned throughout this summer experience.


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Early Registration Fee

March 1st - May 21st


will include a camp shirt that must be worn every Friday


Summer total = $1,320



will include a camp shirt that must be worn every Friday

Late Registration Fee

May 22nd - June 5th


will include a camp shirt that must be worn every Friday


$1,200 Per Child

Summer total = $2,400

for families with 2 or more children



will include a camp shirt that must be worn every Friday

*Special Pricing*
If tuition is PAID IN FULL by May 21st, a discount will be applied to total balance per child!
$1,200 for One Student
$2,200.00 for Two Student


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Lunch will NOT be provided to students. Please be sure to provide your children with a well-balanced nutritional lunch. You are welcome to provide kids with snacks, juices, and water.


  • “Before Care” and “After Care” is $20 a day per student

  • Before Care is 7:30 am to 8:00 am

  • After Care is 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

  • Snacks will be given to after care students. 


Age requirements have been established to safely facilitate age-appropriate activities. Campers will be placed into groups according to their age. Campers must be at least 7 years of age by the first day of the camp session, and be able to use the restroom independently or with minimal verbal prompting. No exceptions will be made. The max-age we are taking is age 17.


For the safety of each child, all campers must be signed in and signed out each day. Parents or guardians will need to leave their vehicle to drop off and pick up their child/children. Campers may only be picked up and signed out by an authorized person (indicated at the time of registration). Campers may not sign themselves in or out. Please be ready to show a photo I.D. to a staff member.


Every Friday your young artist will perform on the main stage in front of fellow peers and staff. They will be performing the materials they have been rehearsing all week. Each performer will be graded so we ask that they put their best foot forward. Costumes are not mandatory but they are strongly encouraged for this can only help your young artist get into full character. We know your child would love to see a friendly face in the audience. So please feel free to come to watch your young star shine. All performances start after lunch at 1:00 pm.  Friday performances are free.


  • All camper seating will be adequately spaced 6 feet apart and will follow CDC guidelines.

  • We will disinfect frequently touched surfaces on campus after each camp group’s use to the best of our ability. Frequently touched surfaces include door handles, sink handles, and toilet handles. Camp program leaders will have hand sanitizer available at their camp location for regular use throughout their program.

  • Camp programs will be held in spaces with adequate room to accommodate the number of campers and facilitate social distancing and ventilation where possible.

  • Campers and staff will take frequent breaks for handwashing, hand sanitizing, and general sanitation procedures. Campers and staff will be reminded to wash hands and practice good hygiene.

  • We will provide hand sanitizer and hand-sanitizing stations throughout campus. Campers may carry a personal supply of hand sanitizer or hand-sanitizing wipes as well.

  • Parents must be on alert for any symptoms and should keep any camper with signs of illness home. Campers who have exhibited a fever greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, other respiratory symptoms, or at least two of the following symptoms: chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell, must be fever free for seventy-two hours before arriving to camp. It must also be at least ten days since any symptoms first appeared.

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