Choose Your Adventure!

June 22nd thru July 31st

One Week Sessions Available
It is a pleasure to welcome you to our Summer Camp Programs. Our primary goal is to provide your child with a high quality, safe and fun learning environment.

Our summer programs provide all campers with an exciting and enriching summer experience 
under the supervision of a well-trained and experienced staff. This year is no exception! Campers can choose from a wide variety of girls-only and co-ed camp experiences that vary in activities from A to Z!
We welcome you to look through our website and discover all the wonderful and exciting opportunities offered at Carrollton this summer. We are sure you will find a camp experience that will be a perfect fit for your child!

Mini Campers @CampCarrollton

Girls Only
Full Day (Rising PK3 through 1st Grade) : 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
$420 Tuition per week

Half Day (Rising PK 3 - PK 4 Only): 8:30 am to 12:15 pm
$210 Tuition per week
This program is perfect for girls entering PK 3 through 1st grade (ages 3 to 6). These little campers will enjoy fun-filled, hands on activities in a small nurturing environment. Each week brings a new theme to explore through arts and crafts facilitated by Art Box and Clay World, music and dance through Movement Miami, games, storytelling, Soccer (Breakers FC) and Tennis (Neighborhood Tennis) and much more. Campers will also have daily swimming instruction and water play outdoors with sprinklers and water toys. A snack is served mid-morning. Friday is “Fun Day” with bounce houses, movies, field day activities, water slides, and much more!

Mighty Campers @CampCarrollton

Girls and Boys
Rising 2nd through 6th Grade
8:30 am to 3:30 pm
$420 Tuition per week
Our Camp Carrollton program is quite unlike any other. Designed to be age-appropriate, we offer campers fun, exciting opportunities that give children (girls and boys) a chance to explore and learn through play! It's a grab bag of offerings which can be customized week to week for your child. We offer wild and wacky activities, super stories and science through Little Scholars. Sport activities such as Swimming by Carrollton Athletics, Tennis by Neighborhood Tennis and Soccer by Breakers FC. Games, dance and songs through Movement Miami, and an amazing arts and crafts program facilitated by Art Box and Clay World. Friday is “Fun Day” with bounce houses, movies, field day activities, water slides, and much more!
 On this newly created page we are offering our community a resource center that might be of help in supporting our spiritual needs during this period of enforced distancing and uncertainty caused by the COVID 19 crisis. Within its contents you will find resources such as the link to the Society’s reflections and prayers, Sr. Suzanne Cooke’s blog – Musings, a short guide on the meaning of Espacio and recommendations for practicing it. Father Vallee’s video messaging to the Carrollton community, as well as, messaging from our Campus Ministry office and the office of Adult Spirituality are also included. The links will be updated with new content periodically. Our hope is that these resources will serve you well and nurture your spirit in the face of this global pandemic.

Camp Offerings Weeks 1, 3, & 5

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  • Art by Art Box

    Facilitated by Art Box, campers will be introduced to principles and elements of design through fun projects using mixed-media, paint, oil pastels and more as they learn about contemporary and master artists.
  • Art Factory by Little Scholars

    Our D-I-Y camp is for all you artsy-craftsy kids who love to express yourselves with one-of-a-kind masterpieces like canvas art, bead making, and watercolors. Find your inner artist and keep your creativity sharp this summer as we design many mementos to be treasured.
  • Creative Journaling by Little Scholars

    What are you waiting for?! Join the craze of journaling, calligraphy and hand lettering. Perfect your own style of writing while creating a one of a kind journal and writing utensils. Our camp will spark your creative writing juice and ignite your inner artist!
  • Enchanted Adventures by Little Scholars

    Sprinkle some pixie dust and jump on your unicorn, we are heading into the Enchanted Forest! Adventure seekers will spark their creativity as they learn about the secret world of fairies, gnoes, elves, unicorns and all things whimsical. Let your imagination run wild!
  • Game Time

    Campers will have the opportunity to explore different play and learning centers organized by the counselors that will allow them to bond with other campers.
  • Move and Groove by Movement Miami

    Facilitated by Movement Miami, Campers will be introduced to a variety of dance techniques such as jazz, hip-hop, contemporary and more. Students will have an opportunity to learn to work together in a cohesive and creative atmostpher where they can explore movement and the arts!
  • Soccer by Miami Breakers FC

    Facilitated by YVF Soccer, campers will participate in fun games, instructional scrimmages and other activites to learn techniques used to ensure success for each participant.
  • Super Sleuths by Little Scholar

    Get our your magnifying glasses and detective hat as we have clues to decipher and crimes to solve. We'll put our critical thinking skills and STEM knowledge to the test and get to the bottom of mysteries by learning the tricks real investigators use to solve cases. While experimenting with simple detection techniques, your reasoning skills will grow and your problem-solving skills will become better than CSI agents.
  • Swimming by Carrollton Athletics

    Campers will participate in instructiona lessons for the first half of each session, followed by free play and organized games. A swim assessment is performed every Monday.
  • Tennis by Neighborhood Tennis

    Facilitated by Neighbohood Tennis, campers will be taught to play with proper techniques and strategies through fun games and exercises.
  • Whiz Kids by Little Scholars

    Join us on a science discovery missions! We will explore the world of science through everyday objects, experiments and encounters. This camp will enhance the STEM education philosophies with a big punch of fun. Physics, biology, chemistry, geology, astronomy, and zoology will all be covered in the camp.

Camp Offerings Weeks 2, 4 & 6

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  • Art by Clay World

    Facilitated by Clay World, campers wil llearn to use their creativity to sculpt all sorts of creatures, monsters, animals and more! Campers will learn different techniques such as pointilism, spreads, textured clay among other things.
  • Craft Masters by Little Scholars

    Our D-I-Y camp is for all you artsy-craftsy kids who love to express themselves with one-of-a-kind masterpieces and crafts from around the world. Discover your crafty side and sharpen your creativity as we design many mementos to be treasured.
  • Game Time

    Campers will have the opportunity to explore different play and learning centers organized by the counselors that will allow them bond with other campers.
  • Move and Groove by Movement Miami

    Facilitated by Movement Miami, Campers will be introduced to a variety of dance techniques such as jazz, hip-hop, contemporary and more. Students will have an opportunity to learn to work together in a cohesive and creative atmosphere where they can explore movement and the arts!
  • Mystical Creature Adventures by Little Scholars

    Lochness Monster, Big Foot, Greek Gods and mystical creatures...did we get your attention? We are going to fill your days with discoveries about these legendary creatures. Not only will you have fun, but you will broaden your creative mind and gain critical reasoning skills. This is one adventure you will not want to miss!
  • Science Palooza by Little Scholars

    Come discover, experiment, and create as we learn about the colliding worlds of art and science in this STEAM-based camp. We will create biomes from around the world, star gaze at constellations, master meteorology, investigate how things work and dabble in chemsitry and physics. Put on your learning cap and grab the art supplies because this STEAM camp will rock your world.
  • Soccer by Miami Breakers FC

    Facilitated by YVF Soccer, campers will participate in fun games, instructional scrimmages, and other activities to learn techniques used to ensure success for each participants.
  • Swimming by Carrollton Athletics

    Campers will participate in instructional lessons for the first half of each session, followed by free play and organized games. A swim assesment is performed every Monday.
  • Tennis by Neighborhood Tennis

    Facilitated by Neighborhood Tennis, campers will be taught to play with proper techniques and strategies through fun games and exercises.
  • World of Wizards by Little Schoolars

    Calling all wizard fans! This is like no other camp you have experienced. We will take a magical journey into the world of wizards. We will design wands, make magic potions, go on a magical creature hunt, play Quidditch, and participate in activities that will astound all Muggles.

Camp Carrollton

Registration for Carrollton Camps opens March 1st. Space is limited, please register early.

Receive at $25.00 early bird discount on camp registrations received prior to May 1st.

There will be an Open House and Orientation/Pre-Camp Meeting to answer your questions, give you a chance to meet the staff and to find out the details of the program. Stay tuned for details on our website.

Registration and full payment for Carrollton Camps are made online at

Camp tuition includes all activities for the camp, a camp T-shirt, bag and water bottle.

Campers are placed in groups by age and ability with staff selected to meet each group’s needs.

Extended day is available Monday – Friday, 3:30 to 5:00 pm for $150.00 for the week, for those students enrolled in a Carrollton full day program. Lunch is available for purchase for $30 a week.

Carrollton Summer Scholars - Grades 1 - 12

The goal of Carrollton Summer Scholars is to offer an educational summer program that provides an exciting opportunity for students to explore their academic passions. Students can select from a wide array of courses in math, English and creative writing, sciences, arts, and much more.

For more information, please contact the Program Director, Denise Perdomo del Valle at 305-446-5673 or email

Registration will open April 1st online at

Partner Programs

Carrollton is proud to announce our Summer Partnership with the following Camp Organizations. All Partner Camps are held at our Carrollton facilities. Click below on the logos for more information and registration.

Camp Tech Revolution

Girls and Boys • Grades 1st through 8th 

30+ camp experiences offer the latest in technology, giving campers the opportunity to take their creativity to new heights, turn their ideas into reality, and gain the tools to achieve and exceed their goals. Our campers can learn how to Design Websites, Build and Code Robots, Work with Artificial Intelligence, Create Custom Converse & Vans Sneakers, Produce Digital Music, Join a Digital Rock Band, Mod in Minecraft, Design Games in Roblox, Compete in National Roblox and Fortnite Tournaments, Code in Java and Python, Become YouTube Casters, Use Green Screens, Build Games and Apps, Train in Esports, Learn Digital Citizenship, and so much more!

AB Hoops

Girls  •  Grades 4th through 12th

AB Hoops training is highly focused towards improving the athlete’s mind, physique, and skill - three vital areas Allison Bustamante continues to emphasize. The range of skill levels she trains encompasses athletes competing at the middle school, high school, collegiate, and professional arenas. The individual successes of her athletes are testaments to Allison’s fluid yet mature style and caliber of training.

Soccer by Breakers FC

The BREAKERS SOCCER CLUB is proud to boast one of the best Soccer environments and professional staff in the nation. We specialize in youth development and personal growth in the South Florida and Miami area, We are committed to helping young players reach their full soccer potential through age-specific instruction and competition against top clubs in the nation. If you want to play soccer at the highest level, this is your opportunity.

Volleyball by Miami Wave

Miami Wave is a family owned and oriented volleyball club, founded by Marco Paglialunga, long time Italian Volleyball National Team Coach and Mia Causevic, Croatian Pro player that played in the top League in Italy (Serie A) for numerous years, before moving to Florida. Summer Camps are being hosted at Carrollton for girls and boys from K to 12th grades.

Rose Music Performing Arts Camp

Girls and Boys • Grades 1st through 12th

Rose Music Performing Arts Camp is a combination of Choral, Dance, Theater and Art classes. Campers ages 5 - 18 are able to join. Those in high school will receive community service hours through the conservatory program (no prior music or dance experience needed). This year we have partnered with the Miami Children's Chorus, Coconut Grove Ballet, and the Young Americans to lead instruction. Rose Music Camp runs for 3 weeks, June 8 - 26, and includes a FULL night of performances.

Policy and Procedures/General Information

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  • Activities

    Summer Camps at Carrollton are typically divided into activity periods. Campers are escorted to each activity by their Camp Counselor based on a rotational schedule. Counselors will stay with their assigned group for the entire day and rotate to each activity period grouped predominantly by age. Activities for campers in grades 2nd through 6th grade are based on student/parent selections at the time of registration.
  • Attendance

    Attendance is important at camp. Please be sure to call 305-446-5673, extension 2340 or email the camp office at
    cmarroquin@carrollton.orgif your child will be absent. There will be no credit given or rescheduling for absences.
  • Behavior

    When a camper does not observe the expected guidelines, the Summer Camp Office Staff will discuss an appropriate plan of action with the camper that may include a Verbal warning from Counselors. If behavior continues, parents are notified of the situation and problem-solving ideas are discussed.
    It is important that you discuss the following with your children prior to the start of camp:
    • Respecting Carrollton Summer staff, equipment, facility, and rules
    • Respecting other campers and themselves
    • Keep hands, feet, and other body parts to yourself
    • Stay with your group or instructor at all times
    • Cooperate during games, free time, crafts, etc.
    • Follow directions
    • Using appropriate language
    Disruptive/defiant behavior will be appropriately disciplined. Constant behavior problems may result in removal of camp activities and/or parents being called to pick up child.
  • Camp Ratios and Groupings

    Camperto staff ratios for campers at Camp Carrollton are approximately (15:2). Our goal is to provide a quality program for all children. If your child requires special arrangements, please contact the Camp Director to discuss your child’s needs, helping us to foster the best possible experience for your child. Grouping is done at the discretion of the Camp Counselors and Directors. Grouping is done predominantly by age.
  • Clothing

    A camp T-Shirt, Bag and Water Bottle will be given to each student as a gift the first week of camp (excludes Summer Scholars Program). Carrollton Campers are encouraged to wear casual clothes to camp. A bathing suit should be worn underneath their clothing in order to be ready for the swimming lesson of the day. Insect and sunscreen should be applied in the morning prior to camp drop off. If you would like us to assist with re-application throughout the day, please include the items in the campers’ bag. Please pack additional clothing for after swimming class. Campers are also encouraged to wear sneakers to camp. Sandals/flip-flops are not allowed. Please mark your child’s name on all belongings. Carrollton is not responsible for items lost or broken at camp. Cell phones and similar items are prohibited at camp.
  • Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures

    If you are unable to pick up your child by the end of camp, you will be charged a late fee of $15 per hour.

    If you are late in dropping your children off, it is your responsibility to walk them to the Summer Camp Office. We will have staff available to walk them to the appropriate area.

    If you plan to pick your children up from camp earlier than the ending time, you (or another adult you have authorized to pick up your child) must come to the Summer Camp Office and sign them out for the day.
  • Extended Day

    Optional Extended Day Care is available from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm for $150.00 a week for those campers enrolled in a full-day camp program. Extended Care service must be paid in advance along with camp tuition.
  • Field Trips

    Carrollton does not participate in any off-campus or field trip activities.
  • Hours of Operation

    Camp sessions are scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Some programs are half-day programs from 9:00 am-12:15 pm or 12:30 to 3:30 pm. Supervised camper drop-off for students begins at 8:15 am in-front the Wellness Center on the Duchesne Campus at 3645 Main Highway and goes until camp begins at 8:30 am. Pick up is scheduled between 12:15 pm and 12:30 pm for half-day programs and 3:30 pm to 3:45 pm for full-day programs at the same location.
  • Illness/Medication

    Please do not send your child to camp with any of the following symptoms:
    • Temperature over 99.9 degrees
    • Cold
    • Unknown rashes
    • Sore throat
    • Cough
    • Earache
    • Diarrhea
    • Vomiting
    • Eye irritations
    • Other communicable diseases
    All prescription medication must be brought to the Camp Director with a Medication Authorization signed by parent and physician. All medicine must be brought in its original labeled container with the child’s name and dosage clearly marked. Medication will be given by the Camp Nurse at the prescribed time. Carrollton is permitted to administer the following medications, if given parent approval on the Summer Camp registration form online, when needed for care of minor health issues during camp hours: Tylenol, Mydol, Advil/Motrin, Anti-Itch Cream, Tums/Antacid, Antibacterial Ointment, Benadryl.
  • Lunch/Snacks

    Snacks are provided daily by our Summer Camp. You are also welcomed to pack a snack for your child. Students may elect to bring in their lunch or purchase lunch as an option during registration. The lunch program online will include a fee and will be provided for the entire week of camp.
  • Open House/Pre-Camp Meeting

    Our Open House/Pre-Camp Meeting for all programs (including our partner camps) will be held prior to the start of the camp session during the month of May. An email invitation will be sent in advance. This is a great opportunity to meet Camp Counselors, learn about all our programs, tour the facilities and ask questions. Games and activities, as well as refreshments will be provided to all those that attend.
  • Photo Acknowledgement

    We have a dynamic and interactive website and we would like your permission to use photographs that might include your child’s image. Please note that campers’ names will never be attached to photos and that the images will only be used on our website or in Carrollton Summer Camp publications. If you do not want us to use your child’s image on the Carrollton website and any Carrollton media, please notify the Carrollton Summer Programs Office in writing.
  • Program Highlights

    A variety of recreational arts, sports and leisure activities are taught in our Camp @ Carrollton. Groups in grades 2-6 are co- educational. Activities may include: art, dance, basketball, soccer, tennis, etc.
  • Quality of Services

    It is always our intention to offer the best quality of services we can at Carrollton. If you are at all disappointed with the quality of any aspect of our program, please discuss your concerns with the Camp Director. We can only improve with your helpful feedback.
  • Registration

    All camp registration forms and fees must be completed online. We will not accept walk-ins or mailed forms. Online registrations will be processed in the order they were received. Registration confirmation will be sent via email upon receipt of registration and full payment. Registrations may be cancelled via email ( up to one week before the start of the session. A $75 cancellation fee will be deducted from your total refund. Registration Deadlines: Registration closes 3 business days before a camp session begins. There are no refunds for absences. We do not pro-rate weeks based on camper availability.
  • Scholars Program

    Further information regarding the Scholars Program will be sent one week prior to the course starting.
  • Summer Camp Health and Emergency Form

    All children must have a Carrollton Health and Emergency Form filled out prior to the first day of camp. Children will not be accepted into camp without this important information. In addition to this form, every child registered for camp must have on file their immunization forms (DH680) and (DH3040) from the Florida Health Department. If you are local to South Florida or live in the United States, you can obtain these forms (DH680) and (DH3040) through your pediatrician’s office. If you are visiting us from aboard, please have this information transcribed to a Florida Immunization form by the first day of camp. You can have the forms transcribed by the Florida Health Department (786-845-0550) or by taking your health records to a local CVS MinuteClinic.
  • Visitor Policy

    Parent support is critical to the success of the program. Parents are welcome to visit their child’s program. However, visitors will be allowed only with prior permission and consideration from the Director. Visitors will be required to sign in on the visitors’ log located at the Camp Office and show identification.
  • Welcome Packets

    Our Welcome packets for our Carrollton Camp Programs will be sent via email one week prior to the beginning of camp, once your registration is processed. This packet will include additional information for you and your camper.
  • Questions?

    Questions regarding Carrollton’s Summer Program should be addressed to Denise Perdomo del Valle, Director of Summer Programs. For more information, call 305-446-5673 ext. 2340 or email

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