Summer at CSA…
There’s no place like it.

Relive all the fun by clicking to see our highlight video.

This year’s summer camp theme was “Growers, Gatherers, and Guardians of the Planet.” With a focus on the environment, we went on field trips to Green Acres and the zoo, heard from a beekeeper, read books about climate change, and so much more.

Photos from Summer Camp

The kids taking a selfie outside of Graeter’s following a successful field day.

Rona (4th grader) reading one of the assigned summer camp novels.

Fredy (6th grader) and Aanya (volunteer) having a blast at the Reds game.

Diane (4th grader) and Jariyah (6th grader) were all smiles while volunteering at Matthew 25 Ministries.

In addition to our three-week summer camp, we provide students with external summer camp opportunities (e.g. Camp Joy, Cincinnati Art Museum, Playhouse in the Park, Breakthrough Cincinnati, etc.). These programs help combat the summer slide––academic regression that occurs over the summer. But thanks to your support, we’re able to keep our CSA scholars engaged year-round.

Alecia (rising 9th grader at Walnut Hills) spent two weeks at the University of Rochester in an intensive academic program.