Are you looking for a summer camp that offers your child a strong academics curriculum infused with the arts? f so, then the Star Center Super Smart Camp may be just  the summer program to keep your child happy and engaged.  

Rhonda Wilson, founder and executive director of the Star Center, said the purpose is to provide academics and arts education so campers won’t lose the gains they’ve made during the school year. 

“The camp offers academics infused with the arts so they’re having fun, not realizing they’re learning,” Wilson said. 

Presented by the Star Center Children’s Theatre, the award-winning Super Smart Summer Camp for boys and girls in kindergarten – 11th grades, will be offered from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 21–July 9 at the Star Center, 11 NE 23rd Ave. The $375 fee for the three-week-camp includes materials and registration. Campers bring their own lunch and snacks. 

Attendance will be limited to 45 campers due to social distancing considerations.