Fun-loving kids ages 3 and up may choose from themed day camps, technology, sports and enrichment camps at the Academy of the Holy Names’ ever-popular Summer on Bayshore! From legos to lacrosse and cooking to cartooning, Summer on Bayshore has something for everyone. Complete session information and online registration is available at www.holynamestpa.org/summer.
Each camp week is centered around a fun theme where your child will enjoy a variety of activities such as swim lessons, recreational swim, outdoor sports, indoor games, archery, arts and crafts, field trips and so much more! Camp Seal is offered Monday- Friday for children 4 years old to ten years old. At Camp Seal you can be assured that your child is safe and having a blast all Summer long!
It’s where a 5-year-old girl discovers that she’s an artist, a 70-year-old man discovers he’s a musician, a 35-year-old woman learns ballet and a family grows stronger by sharing the stage together. It’s the banquet hall where Anna married Luis. It’s the meeting room where Jennifer launched her career. It’s the stage where Oliver found a family and a Music Man traded swindling for love. The Carrollwood Cultural Center is much more than a building. It’s the place where strangers become friends and friends become family. Above all, it’s a place where a community came together to prove—and continue to prove–that ordinary citizens can, through their labors and generosity, determine the culture of the place in which they live out their lives.
Great Explorations Children’s Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has served the children and families of the Tampa Bay area since 1987. Designed for children 10 and under, the 24,000 square foot museum is filled with exhibits and activities to stimulate learning through creativity, play and exploration. The museum is a learning playground where children can make a discovery, make a mess, and even make a new friend.
This AAM–Accredited children’s museum also offers a national award winning preschool, camps, field trips, Parents’ Night Out, Great Connections for children with special needs and community outreach programs.
This AAM accreditation is the highest recognition for a museum and signifies excellence to the museum community, donors, outside agencies, and to the museum-going public. Great Explorations is the first mid-size children’s museum in the country and the only children’s museum in Florida to achieve AAM accreditation. The museum joins the ranks of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Salvador Dali Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, and Indianapolis Children’s Museum.
Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 12 – 4:30 p.m.
Free for children under 1 year old
$10 for ages 1-54
$9 for ages 55 and up
Holy Trinity Lutheran School is a co-educational Lutheran day school located in the heart of South Tampa. Holy Trinity believes in working with parents to enrich every child’s mind, heart, body and soul. Academics alone are not enough. Intelligence plus morality, character, spirituality and virtue help lay the foundation for a successful, happy and healthy life.
Founded in 1958, HTLS enrolls students in preschool (early twos, PK3, VPK 4), Kindergarten-4th Grade and expanding! The school offers an enriching and rewarding academic education in a loving and safe Christian environment. We are committed to the moral, spiritual, intellectual, physical and creative enrichment of our students. Additionally, our students possess diverse academic interests and abilities and ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds, which we feel are important elements of a well rounded educational experience. Our school is accredited by the National Lutheran School Association, which operates the second largest protestant school system in the United States.
State licensed drop off childcare to attend meetings, go shopping, run errands, or just go home and relax. Open days, evenings and weekends along with preschool programs, VPK and private Birthday Parties. No reservations ahead of time and no hidden fees. Only pay for the time used at the end of visit when you pick up. Located at I75 and 56 next to Tampa Premium Outlets.
Designing video games, creating art with lasers, searching for fossils, solving crimes using DNA, and cooking up edible slime are just some of the thousands of Summer Science Camps experiences waiting for you. From preschool through high school, it’s easy to find the right summer camp for you at MOSI! Register today at mosi.org.
Dancers ‘Shine’ in Ms. Lisa’s Dance classes, as their imaginations and creativity come alive. Ms. Lisa’s Dance studio is a positive encouraging environment where students of all ages and abilities are welcomed. Here at Ms. Lisa’s we strive for excellence in the art of dance, while building a strong foundation of technique and creating lasting friendships. Dancers are not only students but family, where Ms. Lisa’s Dance Studio is a home away from home.
Discover over 4,500 years in hundreds of objects ranging from antiquity to the present with art on display from ancient Greece, Asia, Africa and South America. Works by Monet, Morisot, Whistler, O’Keeffe, DeKooning, Pearlstein and others are part of the Museum’s collection. Highlights include a sculpture garden, a ceramics gallery showcasing both ancient and contemporary ceramics, and one of the most expansive photography collections in the Southeast.
The Foreign Language Immersion Program is an emerging after-school program that has been developed by a full-time educator, parent and advocate for language learning. The program offers before-, after- and during-school foreign language enrichment classes to schools that do not currently offer language classes or would like to offer additional enrichment for students. We offer semester-long full-immersion courses in Spanish, Arabic and Mandarin Chinese for PreK-5th grade five days per week. Our program enhances the language learning process by providing many opportunities for students to use the target language in authentic ways with native speakers both in the classroom and beyond.
“U.S. students gaining a competitive advantage in the global marketplace through early world-language acquisition and use”