California’s Best Summer Camp

California’s Best Summer Camp – a name that demands we live up to its reputation and, according to our parents, we do. We offer a wide variety of activities to keep the youth involved, field trips to inspire and entertain in addition to educational opportunities to stay up to date with Summer School Common Core.

Summer Camp has finished for 2019!

Classes will resume June 15, 2020

Here is a list of our 2019 activities.

You can sign up for the whole summer, OR, even select your weeks!

CCRC State Approved!

Come join us for the fun, food, creativity, growth, friendship and more…you still remember what it was like, right?

Camping group shot at Paradise Springs Big Rock

Call Now: (661) 600-6121

*Confirmed Field Trips and Fees will be posted each Friday for the upcoming week. Themes and trips are subject to change. Children need to bring a lunch and a water bottle daily. Other field trips may include Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, extra beach trips, and even more. Field trip fees are not included, but on-site supervision will always be provided if the student cannot participate.


Week 1 Culinary Camp

Join us as week explore the World of Food Service, preparing meals at the school and going behind-the-scenes as we tour the Valencia Mall Food Court.

Other activities may include:

  • Junior Chopped on Monday
  • Visit from Food Truck
  • and more.

Week 2 Sports Camp

We continue summer with what most kids want the most–the physical thrill of just being kids. We provide fun in the sun, in and out of the water–while learning to work and play, reaching for a goal through team sports activities.

Other activities may include:

  • Central Park Team Sports and Awards

Week 3: Patriotic Week Camp (Closed July 4th)

Fourth of July week is a good time for your child to experience and learn more about our country and the history of its independence.

Activities may include:

  • Visit with Veterans
  • Movies
  • Bowling
  • Kids picnic and swimming.
  • (Closed July 4th)

Week 4: Career Week

With many of the subjects still fresh in their mind we will explore a variety of the different career fields that your child may pursue as we visit local businesses and offices. Get the inside scoop from the managers and owners as they learn “the rest of the story”.

Activities may include:

  • Continuation of Jr. Shark Tank / Entrepreneurship Program
  • Field Trip to Dr. Joanne M. Buettner, DC
  • Field Trip to City Hall
  • Field trip to Adventure Dental

Week 5: History Week

History Camp will take us back in time to places

  • Olvera Street
  • Art History

Week 6: Science Camp

Aerospace, Physics, and Oceanography! There’s always more to explore. Your child will have many experiences & discoveries in places where science and nature come together.

Activities may include:

  • Field Trip to Griffith Park Observatory
  • Science Experiments including Life Sciences
  • Field trip to Cabrillo Beach/Aquarium

Week 7: Music and Drama Camp

We’ll help your child learn self-esteem, enhance speaking skills performing plays and special skits. Our music teacher will provide special vocal skills, new fun camp songs and how to use different instruments, and the history of music.

Activities may include:

  • Talent Show with participation awards
  • Theater Trip
  • Acting & Drama Class
  • Music & Singing
  • Music Appreciation

Week 8: Writing and Art Camp

Everyone loves art! Learn about art and sculpture, Enjoy painting with hands-on projects to explore different art mediums. Creativity is sure to abound this week!

Other activities may include:

  • Writing and publishing for California’s Best Magazine
  • Nature hike at Placerita Canyon
  • Art In The Park

Week 9: Preparing for Back to School

We have a good week in touring a local high school & college. We all shop together for school supplies. We’ll spend 2-3 days prior to the first day of school reviewing our previous summer activities–including assessments of what your child learned in summer school and camp. It’s a fun week of closure–the kids will be awarded with certificates, and parents will receive copies of assessment.

Activities may include:

  • Touring a Local High School and College
  • Shopping for School Supplies
  • More swimming, movies and a picnic!
  • Organizational Skills
  • End of Summer Assessment
  • Back to School Party