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2024 Summer Programs

Opportunities are listed in date order
This page will be updated as new opportunities are added

Many camps have online registrations: links are included on this page when possible
Most camps include lunch and a snack

Questions? Email us at or call 937-505-0330

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Join us at Spring Fling!

Come to this fun family event to sign your child up for summer opportunities: many youth organizations will be in attendance with their program registration forms.

Camp Better Together

Springfield Promise Neighborhood; Clark County Partners in Prevention & Project Woman

June 10-14  |  9:00am-4:00pm

Incoming Grades 6-8

Lincoln Elementary

This FREE camp provides a fun and engaging way for youth to make new friends, strengthen leadership skills, build confidence and a positive mindset, receive education regarding drug and alcohol prevention, and receive education about healthy relationships. Campers will receive breakfast, lunch, and a snack every day, as well as a t-shirt and other fun goodies.


Journey Across the Lands

Springfield City School District & The Dome

June 10-14  |  9:00am-3:30pm

Grades 4-8

The Dome

Embark on an unforgettable adventure at this week-long camp! Get ready for exciting art, DIY, and STEAM activities that will ignite your imagination and curiosity. From creating intricate maps to embarking on thrilling scavenger hunts, each day will be a new journey of exploration and discovery. Join us as we delve into the worlds of creativity and innovation, where you'll unleash your artistic talents and uncover the wonders of science and technology. Don't miss out on this epic summer experience - sign up now and let the adventure begin! Lunch will be provided daily.
Contact Renee Stratton for more information at 937-505-2998 or

Covenant Freedom School

Covenant Freedom School

June 10-July 19

Grades Kindergarten-6th

Fulton Elementary

Covenant Freedom School delivers a culturally integrated reading curriculum, which inspires a love of reading while strengthening children's confidence and sense of community. Additionally, we will provide enrichment activities in STEAM, dance, music, art, sports, and fitness activities, as well as educational field trips, parent education workshops, and community outreach events. The use of an African Centered Values System to ensure a physically, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually safe environment for scholars and staff to develop into their best selves and contribute to their families, communities, race, environment, and world.

Garden Camp

Springfield Promise Neighborhood

June 17-21  |  8:30am-12:30pm

Incoming Grades 3-5

Promise Visioning Garden, 1217 Linden Ave.; Rain site: Lincoln Elementary

This FREE camp provides youth with the opportunity to spend some time outside this summer, while enhancing their education. Campers will learn the basics of vegetable gardening (weeding, planting, watering, and harvesting), participate in fun outdoor games and activities, and work on an educational STEM project throughout the week. Campers will receive breakfast and snack each day.


Summer Quest Continues

Springfield City School District & The Dome

June 17-21  |  9:00am-3:30pm

Grades 4-8

The Dome

Prepare for another week packed with thrilling art, DIY, and STEAM activities that will fuel your imagination and spark your curiosity. From crafting invention workshops to cracking the case, each day promises a fresh journey of exploration and excitement. Join us as we delve deeper into the realms of creativity and innovation, where you'll have the chance to unleash your artistic flair, sharpen your problem-solving abilities, and look into the marvels of science and technology. Lunch will be provided daily.
Contact Renee Stratton for more information at 937-505-2998 or

Camp M.E.E.

Springfield Promise Neighborhood & Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio

June 24-28  |  8:00am-4:00pm

Ages 11-14

Lincoln Elementary

We are excited to offer our FREE summer camp – Camp Movement, Enrichment and Empowerment, or simply Camp MEE for the second year in a row. Camp MEE is dedicated to the belief that all people have a right to relationship and sexual health education that will help them understand, appreciate and take responsibility for their lives. Camp MEE meets that goal by delivering critical information to youth 11 - 14 years old alongside fun camp activities. Breakfast, lunch, and snack will be provided.


"Gulliver's Travels"

Missoula Children's Theater, Springfield City School District & The Dome

June 24-28  |  9:00am-3:30pm

Grades 4-12

The Dome

Experience the magic of live theater with Missoula Children's Theatre as we journey into the captivating world of "Gulliver's Travels!" But that's not all - alongside our theatrical adventure, students will immerse themselves in exciting hands-on STEM activities, including the creation of stunning prop designs. From the very first day, students will dive into their roles in the play and continue to hone their acting skills throughout the week. Then, prepare to dazzel the community with live performances on Friday June 28! Lunch will be provided daily.

Contact Renee Stratton for more information at 937-505-2998 or

LIFE Sports

Springfield Promise Neighborhood & Clark County Combined Health District

July 1-26  |  Weekdays 9:00am-4:00pm

Incoming grades 6-9

Lincoln Elementary

LifeSports is a FREE summer camp designed by OSU to prepare youth for life and leadership through sport. Campers will receive instruction on the basics of football, basketball, and soccer, and they will have the opportunity to play each sport after learning all of the rules and techniques. No experience is necessary! Campers will also learn life-lessons such as self-control, effort, teamwork, and social responsibility through fun and engaging lessons and activities. Breakfast, lunch, and snack will be provided. 

Camp Oty'Okwa

Big Brothers Big Sisters

July 29 - August 2 | Overnight

Ages 8-16

Pick-up and drop-off at Lincoln Elementary

Camp Oty'Okwa is a summer camp run by Big Brothers Big Sisters, located in Hocking Hills State Park in southeast Ohio. Transportation is provided to camp, and Campers will stay in cabins with a counselor supervising a small group of students. Springfield students can participate in the Springfield Week for free, and participate in activities like hiking, swimming, games, crafts, and much more! No electronic devices are allowed - sign your student up to unplug and experience the natural world!


Click on the box that says NEW USER or if you already have an account, log in.

Fill out all the required information on this page. This will be your information as the parent/guardian. (Name, address, email, phone number) and create a password for your account.
On the next page select the box + ADD PERSON to add a child. Once you complete the required information you can select + ADD PERSON again until you have added all your children.

After the child(ren) have been added you can click on the register button next to their name to register them for camp. The Springfield dates are July 29-August 2.

Springfield Week Adventure Camp (8-12 year olds): Springfield@Oty202

Springfield Week Teen Empowerment Camp (13-16 year olds): Springfield@Oty2024

For questions or assistance with the online registration, please email or call the office at 740-385-5279.

Summer Sponsors and Partners

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