Summer Programs

Summer Programs


Every summer, Woodward Academy is filled with aspiring scholars, artists, athletes, explorers and performers. 

Our goal is to provide every summer programs participant with a positive and uplifting summer experience while they enjoy new activities, meet new challenges and share the summer with new friends. Woodward provides summer bus service to and from the Main Campus from numerous locations around metro Atlanta for a small additional fee.  All of our camps are open to the public.  We welcome Woodward and non-Woodward students to join us in the summer time!

Summer Camps

Maintaining our long tradition of academic excellence, Woodward provides a variety of summer camp sessions to assist students in preparation for the upcoming school year. All academic camps are conducted by qualified and experienced Woodward Academy teachers. Camps are offered to assist students with improving skills in writing, math and SAT preparation.

Sports camps at Woodward are a great way for your aspiring athlete to try a new sport or
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fine-tune and master skills in their favorite sports. The camps will provide individual instruction for each skill level, from beginner to experienced. The focus for each camp is to have fun. The campers will compete in small groups and work on each aspect of the sport. They will be instructed and supervised by Woodward coaches and former and current Woodward athletes.

 

From technology to fine arts, enrichment camps provide a number of summer camp opportunities for the aspiring robotics engineer, junior movie director, scientist, future artist, dancer or musician.

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All camps are held in Woodward facilities which serve programs in art, dance, music and technology during the school year. 

Our enrichment camps are designed to inspire and build confidence in students as they learn, explore new activities and have fun.

Summer School

The Summer School Academic Program is an opportunity for Woodward Academy students to develop areas of special interest, reach proficiency, or remediate weaknesses. Small class sizes, innovative teaching methods and a relaxed atmosphere all help to create an excellent learning environment.

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2014 Summer Camp Information


Need to contact us? The best way to reach the student summer programs office is via email at camps@woodward.edu, or call us at 404.765.4400.

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