APS Summer Experience: Choose Your Adventure are FREE summer camps and programs designed for Akron Public Schools students in grades PreK-12. Campers and attendees can have fun, be creative, solve mysteries, tinker with robots, complete a summer internship or advance high school credits. Our nurturing environment and experienced teachers ensure that children have fun, learn and create lasting memories.
Full- and half-day options are available at elementary, middle school and high school locations throughout Akron. Themes include science, art, leadership, sports, and more! Sports camps will be added soon!
Need help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-761-3067.
Preview all offerings by selecting your child's school and the grade they are enrolled in for this fall in the table below.
Students may log in with their APS account.
Camps run all summer and vary by school, camp type and location. Check the details of your camp selections for specific information. Camps are not in session on June 19th (Juneteenth) and July 4th.
Yes! Breakfast will be served between 8-9 a.m. and lunch will be served between 11:30 a.m.-noon for students registered for specific programs during those times. There is no open breakfast or lunch for non-registered students this summer. A summer menu will be posted soon.
If your child receives transportation services during the school year, he or she will be routed for Summer Experiences taking place at their home school only. All other camps or programs not at the school of registration will need to be self-transported. Summer Experiences will not take place at Firestone Park, Pfeiffer and Seiberling this summer. All students from those schools will receive transportation to Glover, Rimer and Barber CLCs respectively.
Thank you for joining the APS family! Until your registration is processed, your account may not be active to use the summer sign-up page. Please click this link to select your programming choices, and we will process your choices.
Your child is only eligible to attend Summer Experiences that appear on the results for their school and grade level. In many cases, programs take place at your child’s school, however, some programs allow for students from other campuses to attend. Carefully read the dates, times, and locations of the program when you register. Transportation rules apply.
These programs are specially designed to accommodate a student’s academic needs. Your school counselor or principal has registration paperwork and will assign students to the correct program.
Some Experiences are eligible to specialty school students and should appear in the results. However, you may also choose to attend your verified school of residence. For example, a Miller South 4th Grade student may join the Betty Jane Mystery Camp is the home school.