Kids in College summer camps are for children preschool age through high school.
EXPLORE and Middle School Scholar camps are offered in partnership with Anne Arundel County Public Schools and provide educational experiences for students identified as gifted and talented by their school.
See the links below for required camp forms.
For the latest availability information please check the Camps at a Glance
Looking for the Perfect Summer Camp?
Choose from a variety of interactive camps for campers who have completed kindergarten through grade 12.
Learn about circuitry, Minecraft, engineering and design camps and more here at Kids in College where learning is fun this summer!
Kindergarten: KIC 860 301 - Storybook Science - See how science, math and nature come alive in children's literature.
Grades 1 - 2: GTE 851 301 - Mission to Mars - Explore the solar system! Build and fly a hot balloon, test the laws of motion and make an edible shuttle.
Grades 3 - 5: GTE 844 301 - Gizmos and Gadgets - Look at things from different angles and figure out puzzles. Explore speed, friction, air resistance, electricity and more.
The following three forms are required for each camper. The Health History form requires the name and telephone number of your child's health care provider, the state where your child lives and if your child is exempt from any immunization and if they are the name of the immunization they do not have. This information is required by the State of Maryland. Without it, your form is considered incomplete and your camper would not be permitted to attend camp. Camper Information Form PDF
Camper Health History Form PDF Terms of Participation Form PDF MD form 896 - Exemption from Immunizations PDF
Medications and Accommodations
If your camper requires any prescription or over-the-counter medications you will need to provide a signed Administer Medication at Camp form from the camper's health provider and schedule a meeting with the nurse at least 2 (two) weeks prior to the start of your camper's session. The nurse can be reached at 410-777-2480.
Other Required forms for campers who need insulin or epi pens during the camp day.
MD Diabetes Action Plan PDF
EPI Pen Action Plan PDF
If your camper has a documented learning, physical, medical or emotional disability, please contact Disability Support Services(DSS) at 410-777-2306 to discuss your camper's needs and the type of accommodations that may be required. You must contact DSS at least 30 days prior to the start of camp to provide time to assess and implement an accommodation request. Inadequate notice may result in child not being able to attend camp. AACC does not provide personal medical assistants, care attendants or aides of any other type. Parents are not permitted to attend camp with their child.