Washington Summer Youth Experience
Academic overnight camps for middle schoolers located at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA

EHS Family Summer Camp 2020

  • Friday, June 19 to Sunday, June 21
  • $295/Adults
  • $195/Children
Nationals Park
Washington Monument
EHS Campus

Please SAVE THE DATE to join classmates & families for the 2020 EHS Family Summer Camp. This fun-filled weekend will give you & your family a chance to rediscover some of your defining life moments while exploring an ever-changing city.

Planned Activities Include:

  • Day trips to the Kennedy Center, Nationals Park, Smithsonian and iconic D.C. monuments.
  • Exploration of new sites in D.C. like the new waterfronts.
  • Night monument tours and photography urban hiking tours.
  • Fun family activities on the grounds of Episcopal High School like scavenger hunts, pool games, campfires and outdoor movies.

Interested? Contact Joseph Eldred at jeldred@episcopalhighschool.org.

The Photography Institute

The Photography Institute introduces students to the power and impact of photography and how it helps to shape and visualize the world around us. Through the use of Episcopal High School’s state-of-the-art facilities and experiential programming, students will develop their personal photography aesthetic and portfolio.

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The Biotech Institute

The Biotech Institute is an experiential learning program that introduces students to the cutting-edge field of biotechnology. Through hands-on projects, interactive lab work and visits to D.C.’s world-class biotech research facilities, students will gain valuable insight and experience in this growing field.

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The Leadership Institute

The Leadership Institute is a character-driven learning experience that further develops students’ leadership skills and values. Through conversations with current leaders in politics, the military, education, business and law, students will explore their personal values and ethics to learn how to be leaders with a positive impact in their own communities.

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