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Registration Opens for Summer Camps in Fairfax County

Summer camp registration is open for the Institute for the Arts, STEM Camp and other summer camp programs through Fairfax County Public Schools and the Fairfax County Park Authority.

Registration is now open for a variety of summer camps offered by Fairfax County Public Schools, including the Institute for the Arts (IFTA), Elementary Institute for the Arts (E-IFTA), STEM Camp, and Tech Adventure Camp.

Tuition for each camp varies, but students who register by April 5 will get a discount.

More information on those FCPS summer camps is available here.

Fairfax County Public Schools will open registration later this spring for several additional summer programs, including Fashion Camp and the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology Technology Institute.

More information about those camps, including dates, locations and links to registration, is available at www.fcps.edu/summer

Registration for several Fairfax County Park Authority camps also are open now. The Park Authority offers a wide variety of summer camps, including sports, adventure and excursion, swimming and boating, technology and more. Information about the Fairfax County Park Authority camps is available here

In McLean and Great Falls, Fairfax County Park Authority camps are offered at Clemyjontri Park, Colvin Run Mill and Great Falls Grange Park among other locations. 

The Fairfax County Park Authority Summer Camp site features a quick search so you can narrow down your options by location, camp type and age group. 

Where did your kids go to camp last summer? Do you have recommendations for other parents? Tell them in the comments section below!

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