2019 CAMP GUIDE: 6 upcoming spring break camps in the Katy area


From coding to acting to sports, six businesses in the Katy area are offering spring break camps for children. This list is noncomprehensive.

Carson's Art School

Carson’s Art School

Carson’s Art School will host a spring break camp. Children and teens will select individual projects and receive one-on-one instruction. Ages 6+.March 11-15. $180 (half day). $350 (full day).

5131 S. Fry Road, Katy

Code Ninjas Katy

Code Ninjas

The coding company’s two Katy-area locations are offering weeklong camps to teach children how to code during spring and summer breaks. Ages 7-14. March 11-15. $120-$200 (half day). $300-$325 (full day).

2780 FM 1463, Katy

22167 Westheimer Parkway,
Ste. 140, Katy

Drama Kids International

Drama Kids International

At this camp, children will learn public speaking and other life skills through drama-related activities including singing, dancing, directing, acting and designing sets and costumes. Ages 5-15. March 11-15. $150 (half day). $250 (full day).

Cinco Ranch Lake House
25202 Springwood Lake Drive, Katy

Katy Sports and Fitness

Katy Sports and Fitness (via Courtesy Katy Sports and Fitness 3)

Katy Sports and Fitness

The local gym will offer a spring break camp that includes a daily fitness routine, games such as dodgeball, sports training and medicine ball training. Ages 5-12.  March 11-15. $139 (half day). $199 (full day).

26440 FM 1093,
Ste. C, Richmond

Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy

The learning-based child care center will offer spring break camps. Attendees will go on field trips and participate in activities with science, arts and crafts, and mathematics. Ages 5-12. March 5-11. Cost TBD.  Seven locations in the Katy-area.

Mad Science of Houston

Mad Science of Houston will offer one weeklong camp for spring break for children interested in STEM topics with a forensic science theme. $299 (full day). March 11-15.

Cinco Ranch Lake House
25202 Springwood Lake Drive, Katy

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Jen joined Community Impact Newspaper in fall 2018 as the editor of the Katy edition. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Jen has written about business, politics and education since 2013. Prior to CI, Jen was the web producer at Houston Business Journal.
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