Cool Teenage Summer Camps In Florida

There are camps about marine life for your teen in Florida.

Summer camp can be a fun way for your teenager to learn and have fun at the same time. Depending on your location, there are camps for water activities, computer camps, nature camps and camping expeditions to name a few. If your teenager is looking for cool teenage summer camps in Florida, there are several from which to choose.

Film and Acting Camp

The New York Film Academy hosts an acting camp for teens in various places in the United States including at Disney Studios in Orlando, Florida. Each student will write, direct, shoot and edit their personal short film. They get to shoot on professional movie sets and in realistic environments. The sets are fully dressed and include a San Francisco setting, a New York street and a street in Paris, France, with the Eiffel Tower. They can also choose from 11 international locations that are available to the students. Students reside and attend classes at the Celebration Hotel as well as at the Stetson University across from the hotel. Counselors and staff members supervise students at all times. All shoots take place in the presence of a teaching assistant. The price of the camp includes passes to some of the parks at Disney Parks. Teens do not have to stay in the hotel in order to attend the camp, but you will need to arrange for your teen to be there on time each day. There are one-, three- and six-week camps from which to choose.

New York Film Academy

100 East 17th St.

New York, NY 10003

212-674-4300

nyfa.com

CIP Summer Camp

CIP (College Internship Program) offers two-week camp programs in Melbourne, Florida, to help teens with learning differences to stay in a college environment and help transition from high school to college. Requirements for admission include a diagnosis of Asperger’s syndrome, high-functioning autism, dyslexia and other learning differences. Ages range from 16 to 19 years old, and there is 24-hour staffing for supervision. Some of the areas of the campus the teens will experience are dorm life, classroom visits, the laundry facilities and the cafeteria. The focus of the camp is to allow teens to experience college life before attending in a supportive environment to help their confidence grow. Activities for fun and amusement are also part of the camp. Teens attend classes with daily and weekly themes that help them to set and create goals for their transition from high school to college. They are taught life skills that include healthy food choices, cooking and laundry as well as maintain a balance of diet, fitness and stress management in their life.

The Brevard Center

3692 North Wickham Road

Melbourne, FL 32935

321-259-1900

brevardcenter.org

Seacamp

Seacamp is a camp for teens with a focus on educating them in marine sciences. Located just minutes from a living coral reef, they offer teens a chance at studying and exploring marine life. The students get to work at their own interest level while learning about the cycles of life in the marine world. They offer courses in scuba diving and marine science to those that qualify. Students receive training so they will be able to use scuba as a tool for marine research. If they complete the courses satisfactorily, they will earn their certification. Seacamp also offers classes in sailing. They maintain a fleet of boats as well as windsurfers and offer beginning certifications. Other courses include lifeguarding, arts and crafts, camp newspaper and more.

Seacamp Association Inc.

1300 Big Pine Ave.

Big Pine Key, FL 33043

877-732-3267

seacamp.org