Summer Camp

夏令營

Your child will learn Mandarin in an activity-based camp under the instruction of CAIS’s own highly experienced teachers. No prior Chinese language skills are necessary to participate in these camps.

See Summer Camp COVID Protocols here

Director of Auxiliary Program

Camp dates

夏令营日期

This year’s in-person Chinese summer programs will be offered in two three-week sessions. Camp days run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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Session One Calendar June 20
July 8
(Independence Day will be observed on Monday, July 4)
Session Two Calendar July 11
July 29

Ages

Separate camps both sessions will be held for children in Preschool (minimum age 3) and children in grades K-5.

Location

The Preschool camp
Waller Campus, 42/52 Waller Avenue

K-5th Grade camp
Main campus, 150 Oak Street.

Fee & Aftercare

CAIS Summer Camp is $1,800 per three-week session.

Aftercare (from 3:00–5:30 p.m.) is available for an additional fee of $300 for each session.

Registration

To register, sign up by Friday, June 3, 2022
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Mandarin Summer
Program

中文(普通话)暑期项目

Preschool (Age 3+)

幼儿园 (三岁以上)

Your child will learn Mandarin in an activity-based camp under the instruction of CAIS’s own highly experienced teachers. No prior Chinese language skills are necessary to participate in this camp.
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Kindergarten — 5th Grades

初小班 - 五年级

Along with Chinese Dance, Drama, Martial Arts, Chinese Math, Technology, and Singing activities in the regular class, campers will enjoy several special classes.
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Additional Summer
Programs

其它暑期项目


Happy Chinese Summer Lessons

Happy Chinese is a leading Chinese educational software developer. CAIS Auxiliary program is excited to continue offering this opportunity to our community in the Summer 2022.
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Makers STEM Adventure Camp

Makers STEM Adventure Camp for 3rd - 6th graders.
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CAIS Camp Agreements

中美夏令营协定

Agreements

CAIS Summer Programs will follow similar risk management protocols as with in-person school (in addition to the modifications mentioned here), including agreements reflecting the role of the school, parents, and campers. These agreements are being shared in the spirit of making a community effort to mitigate the risks as much as possible in opening our CAIS campuses. To be successful in this effort, it is important that all members of the CAIS community—parents, campers, faculty and staff—do their utmost to ensure good hygiene and hand washing, the use of face coverings when necessary, and engaging in physical distancing and symptom tracking. To guide our efforts, we ask that families review and abide by the Return to School Agreements together with CAIS campers so that everyone is aware of our shared responsibilities. Please understand that our work as a community to mitigate risk and avoid the spread of the COVID-19 virus is based on our shared commitment to these agreements.

All eligible campers must be fully vaccinated to attend summer camp. For more information about CAIS requirement on vaccination, please refer to our Risk Management Plan.