Summer Camp

Make this the best summer ever! Whether your student loves sports, art, games, or STEM, Virginia Academy summer camp let’s your student chose their dream summer! Each of the 4 weeks of summer camp, your elementary school student can sign up for a different enrichment experience.

What is the camp experience?

Summer Camp drop off will be at Virginia Academy beginning at 8am and pick up will be 4-4:30pm. The first portion of the day will be completely devoted to the camp’s theme, whether it be theater, sports, STEM, or any of the other awesome experiences we have to offer! 

Following lunch, your student will find a more traditional summer camp experience!  Group games, activities, carnivals, and amazing trips are just some of the things that are coming their way!  Each camp will go on at least three field trips during the week; we might visit the pool, a climbing park, a museum, or local national park.

Weekly Schedule

Students will select one camp per week. Camp eligibility is dependent on your student’s current, 2023-2024 grade level.

Soccer  Now Full
Crafting  Now Full
Theater  (2nd-5th) Lights, camera, action! Join us for a week of theatrical excitement with Ms. Lambie! Step into the spotlight and explore the magic of theater through acting, storytelling, and dramatic expression in a fun-filled week of performances.
Archery (3rd-5th) Ms. Moore and Ms. Savage want you to take aim and experience the excitement of archery as you learn proper techniques and develop precision hitting bullseyes in a safe and supervised environment.
Please note: There will be no summer camp on June 19th
Art  (K-2nd) Unleash your inner artist and explore various art techniques with Mrs. Ruth! Express yourself through paint, drawing, and other artistic mediums as you explore different styles and create your own masterpieces in our art-themed camp week.
Recreational Sports  Now Full
Literary Fun (K-5th) Dive into the world of stories, imagination, and literary adventures with Mrs. Mullen. Immerse yourself in the world of books, writing, and storytelling through interactive activities and creative writing exercises, where imagination knows no bounds.
Robotics & Coding  Now Full
Science  Now Full
Bible  (K-5th) Explore faith and values through engaging biblical stories, discussions, and activities rooted in biblical teachings with Ms. Alvarado. Let’s foster spiritual growth and understanding together!
Multi-Sport  (2nd-5th) Experience the thrill of different sports and games each day including spikeball and gaga ball, keeping you active, energized, and engaged in our dynamic multi-sports camp week with Mr. Mills!
STEM  (3rd-5th) Mrs. Hardman is excited to embark on a journey of discovery through science, technology, engineering, and math, with you as you tackle real-world problems and unleash your creativity in hands-on STEM challenges.
Outdoors  Now Full
Board Gaming (K-5th) Experience the thrill of strategy, luck, and friendly competition as you dive into a week of board and card games with Mr. Mills. Every roll of the dice and flip of a card will bring laughter and excitement for all participants!
Cooking  Now Full
Ceramics  (2nd-5th) Get your hands dirty with clay with Mrs. Fry as you mold, sculpt, and shape beautiful ceramic pieces, exploring the art of pottery in a week dedicated to creative expression.

Register Now

All camps are contingent on interest and slots are limited. Email with questions.

I Registered for Summer Camp! Now What?

Greetings Summer Camp Families! We cannot wait to kick off VAA Summer Camp!  Here is some important information as we get ready to start this camp season.

Important Note from the Nurse: 

When you arrive on Monday, you will need to fill out the following paperwork: Liability and Consent Form and Camper Information Form. Additionally, the Allergy Action Plan Form, Asthma Action Plan, and Medical Authorization Form will each need to be filled out PRIOR to camp starting.

If your child requires an inhaler, epipen, or any other medication while attending camp, please fill out the appropriate form and email it to directly. You must supply the medication in its original packaging with a prescription label attached to the nurse on the first day of camp.  If the proper forms are not completed, your child will not be permitted to attend VAA Camps.

Virginia Academy will also need a copy of your camper’s immunization record.  Please send it to If your student is a current Virginia Academy student, the nurse already has this form, and there is no need to resubmit. Your child will not be permitted to attend VAA Camps without a copy of immunization records.

Monday Morning Check-In:

On Mondays, please park in the visitor parking lot (located in front of the bubble). Parents will be invited into our Upper Lobby (Russell Branch) for drop off. There, you will check in, meet your students’ teacher and counselors, and make sure your paperwork is up to date! The Camp Directors and nurse will be on site to answer any questions you might have. Drop off will begin at 8:00am and will run until 8:30am. Please note: if you arrive late on Monday, it might take longer than normal to get everything in order. 

Drop-off & Pick-up Instructions:

To ensure that you arrive at the correct entrance and do not enter the wrong carline, please follow the lower level Preschool- 5th grade car line Tuesday- Friday. You may park in the side lot near the bubble during Monday Morning Check-In. Drop-off on Tuesday through Friday will be through the Kiss and Ride only, as will pick-up everyday. Please do not exit your vehicle at any time other than Monday Morning Check-In. Upon pick-up, you must present your car tag with your camper’s name and grade listed. If your car tag is not presented, an ID check will occur to verify permission to pick up before campers are released. Car tags will be given during Monday morning drop off. 

Early Pick-Up:

If your student needs to be picked up early, please email aftercare@virginia-academy. On trip days (Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday) we will be off-campus beginning at 11:30am. Please communicate any conflicts in order to ensure smooth early dismissals as necessary.

Summer Camp Checklist

Be prepared to bring:

  • Backpack
  • Packed lunch and snack (No peanut butter!)
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen 
  • Bathing suit (one-piece/swim trunks)
  • Towel 
  • Closed-toed shoes

Don’t forget to label all of your camper’s belongings!

Your camper should bring swim attire each day as they may participate in water activities on campus as well. 

Camp Shirts: 

Pre-ordered Summer Camp T-shirts will be available on the first day of your registered camp week. We will have our summer camp T-shirts available for order at Monday morning check-in!

Frequently Asked Questions

This year, VAA summer camp is available to rising 1st through 6th graders.
Each session of camp will cost $375. We will not be able to issue any refunds after April 26, 2024.
Your child should wear light and comfortable clothing to camp! Tennis shoes and sunscreen are essential to being able to participate in camp at every level. VAA spirit wear and camp merchandise is always preferred on days we are going on a trip (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays).
Although your Preschooler can not attend camp with your elementary student, Virginia Academy does offer care for our younger students who are already enrolled at Virginia Academy. You can contact the preschool team at
No, the normal camp session runs from 8:00-4:30 with no additional care offered in the mornings or afternoons. Please take note of our late fee:$15 for every 15 minute interval per camper after 4:30pm. If you know you will be late ahead of time, please contact our Camp Directors either by calling 571-209-5500 or email at
Each camp has been catered to the age ranges listed. Campers will participate in appropriate and exciting activities for each camp designated for their age group. Due to the specific programming, campers are only permitted to register for camps that their age falls within.
You can always contact your Summer Camp Teacher, or you can reach out to our camp directors by emailing