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Summer Camp


Each of our activities extends WPA's mission to provide a superior summer experience integrated with a consistent, Christian approach to fun and learning. 

Our summer camps are open to children who live throughout the greater Houston area and have completed PK3 - Grade 3 during the current school year.

Camp Details

  • Dates: June 5-23 and July 10-28 (6-week program) 
    Please note: Westlake will be closed June 27-July 8
  • Time: 9 am to 3 pm, M-F
  • Themes: Space, Art, STEAM, World History, and Sea Life

See the FAQS below for more info.

camp registration is noW CLOSED

Camp Fees
Five (5) Days: $275
Four (4) Days: $240
Sibling discount: $60 for each additional camper per week

Camp Activities

Week 1 | June 5-9: Space Explorers

Houston, we will have NO PROBLEM having fun! This camp will be filled with opportunities for your little astronauts to use their imaginations while they learn about all things space. While they build constellations, comparing weight on earth and in space, create and launch our own rockets, create and play with moon sand and more!

Week 2 | June 12-16: Budding Artists

Your young artists will love this camp with a week full of exploring famous artists and their techniques while recreating their own masterpieces to display at their own art show for you all to come and see the last day of camp! Students will get to work with various mediums and take home 4 different art pieces at the end of the week.

Week 3  |  June 19-23: All things STEM

Campers will explore the world of science through science experiments, technology, engineering and math as they create scientific reactions, volcanoes, catapults, and more while learning about various innovators and inventors!

Week 4 |  July 10-14: The World Around Us

In this camp, students will learn basic geography facts, the continents, oceans, landmarks, and world flags. As well as popular foods and cultures.

Week 5  |  July 17-21:  Under the Sea

Kids will dive in and learn about all things under the sea, including learning about different sea creatures, where they come from, creating some SEA-riously cool snacks, and end the week with a WATER DAY!

Week 6   |  July 24-28:  The Great Outdoors

There is nothing more invigorating than a week spent learning about the great outdoors! Campers will get to explore a tent, go on a nature walk, make and eat some smores while creating some super cool crafts using nature!

kids working on science project
group working on art project

Frequently Asked Questions


kid working on art project

**REQUIRED Medical & Emergency Authorization Form**

Each camper must have this form on file before the first day of camp to participate. 

Emergency Form


Gaby Struckmeyer
Summer Camp Director