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Program: Birch Rock Summer Camp in Maine: Waterford, Maine
Description: Birch Rock Summer Camp is designed for boys 7 to 15. Campers have the opportunity to experience a traditional camping experience with a focus on nature. Birch Rock emphasizes cooperation and helping campers reach their goals. It is a residential camp in Maine.
Participants:  Boys Ages 5 – 15.
Program website: Birch Rock Summer Camp
Program: Bowdoin Summer Art Summer Camp for High School Students, Middle School Students, and Elementary Students: Brunswick, Maine
Description: The Bowdoin Summer Art Camp is a fully-supervised day in the art studio that nurtures seeing, exploration, and creativity in young people.  No experience or expertise is necessary. Art Camp is open to children aged 5 – 15 with the enthusiasm for the process of making art, and a willingness to experiment with new ways of seeing. Each session is designed to work as a separate unit, but a child may enroll in more than one session as long as he or she is the appropriate age.
Participants: High school students, middle school students, and elementary students.
Program website: Bowdoin Summer Art Camp
Program: University of Maine Summer Summer Camps and Programs for High School Students, Middle School Students, and Elementary Students: Orano, Maine
Description: The University of Maine offers a number of summer camps and programs for high school students and middle schools students. Participating students have the opportunity to explore topics such as art, science, engineering, and transportation. Students also have a chance to learn about the University of Maine during the summer.
Participants: High school students, middle school students, and elementary students.
Program website: Maine Summer Camps and Programs
Program: University of Maine Summer Engineering Program for High School Students: Orano, Maine
Description: The University of Maine offers a summer experience designed to help students explore the option of studying engineering and learn about careers in the field. Students learn from professionals, participate in hands-on activities, and learn from experts in the field. The program enrolls students from throughout Maine and other states.
Participants: High school students.
Program website: Maine Summer Engineering Program
Program: The University of Maine Summer Music Camps for High School Students, Middle School Students, Elementary Students: Orano, Maine
Description: The University of Maine offers summer camps for high school students, middle school students, elementary students. The summer camps are run by the School of Performing Arts. The youth camps provide students with the opportunity to improve their musical skills and participate in areas such as symphonic band, concert band, chorus, or strings ensemble. Campers also have the chance to learn in a college campus setting, participate in recreational activities, and learn from experienced instructors.
Participants: High school students, middle school students, and elementary students.
Program website: Maine Summer Youth Music Camps
Program: New England Summer Creative Writing Program for High School Students (11th and 12th Graders): Biddeford, Maine
Description: University of New England offers a summer writing program for high school students. The program takes place on the campus on the Maine coast. Participants receive instruction and feedback about their writing from experienced writers, connect with peers with teen writers from across the country, and learn writing contemporary techniques to enhance writing skills. Scholarship funding may be available.
Participants: Rising 11th and 12th grade high school students.
Program website: New England Writing Program
Program: Tanglewood Summer Camp in Maine: Lincolnville, Maine
Description: Tanglewood Summer Camp is a traditional overnight camp that is designed to help campers experience friendships, outdoor discovery; develop their self-confidence and a sense of belonging. The camp is located middle of an 940 acre state forest, which provides students with the opportunity to connect with nature. There are a larger variety of activties to engage campers and help them develp connections with peers.
Participants: Students of Various Ages.
Program Website: Tanglewood Summer Camp
Program: Takajo Summer Camp in Maine: Naples, Maine
Description: Takajo Summer Camp is designed to provide students with a broad range of outdoor and indoor activities to engage students in a productive summer. Sample activities include athletics, water sports, hobby activities, skill activities and pioneering. The camp is designed to foster growth among campers and to provide a positive summer experience.
Participants: Teenagers and kids.
Program website: Camp Takajo

 

 

 



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