American Heritage Summer Day Camps offer a selection of activities that can't be found in any other single location. Facilities include air-conditioned cabins, an Olympic size pool and pre-school pool, a gymnasium, theatre and more. Note that fees for all Heritage camps include nutritious meals, as well as free central bus transportation for many Broward neighborhoods. Summer fun choices for your child include:
American Heritage Summer Day Camp offers a variety of traditional camp activities including indoor and outdoor sports, art activities, computers, games, field trips, and special events. For campers ages 3-13. The best known camp in Broward County for over 30 years!
Drama Camp is an intensive program for the child who is interested in the dramatic arts. The program features classes in voice, dance, acting, set design and make-up, taught by experienced professionals. At the end of the 6-week program, campers present a full scale production. For campers ages 6-14
Robotics Camp will appeal to all interested campers of every skill level from beginner to advanced robotics enthusiasts,Robotics Camp offers group and individual opportunities for campers to create and program robots with a purpose! Each three-week session will provide a different theme and new challenges. Campers will design, construct, program, power, operate, and compete for trophies in our engineering/computer center. For campers 8-14 years of age.
This summer Heritage will offer camps for tennis and soccer. Soccer and tennis campers spend their mornings on the courts or the fields learning from professionals in small group instruction. They also visit the pool each day and participate in some of our facilitated activities on the camp grounds. Both camps are designed to accommodate campers of all skill levels. They will enjoy competitions with trophies awarded. For ages 8-13.
The camp day for all specialty camps offer an optional a swim period and a free period offering a wide range of activities.
Summer School/Camp Option is offered to students attending summer school classes in the morning. Counselors bring students to camp to have lunch and enjoy afternoon camp activities.