Kids on Campus
Schoolcraft College isn’t just for adults. We also have a variety of exciting educational opportunities for children pre-school age through grade 12 with our Kids on Campus (KOC) program.
Our popular summer day camps are led by our skilled professionals in a diverse and dynamic social environment. KOC summer programs generally run from 9:00am-3:00pm or 9:00am-12:00 noon with limited before and after care available for a small fee.
Hands-on learning experiences bring out the inquisitive side of even the most hesitant of participants. Kids ready to engage in a whole new experience can enjoy access to computers, math, cultural immersion, acting, the arts, science, writing and career-oriented learning opportunities. For those who want to expand academically, we also offer skills workshops.
KOC sessions are also available throughout the year at times convenient for children and parents.
2018 Summer Camp Information
Ready to start planning your child's summer camp experience for 2018? To learn more about the camps and meet our instructors, check out our Kids on Campus Open House on Monday, February 12, 2018.
Registration for KOC will begin Tuesday, February 13 at 8:00am. The 2018 schedule is now available online and will be mailed to homes shortly. To request a printed copy of the 2018 summer camp schedule, contact us at email@example.com.
View the 2018 Catalog
You have until the day before the program is scheduled to start to complete registration, but classes fill up quickly. You must register your child in his or her name (not the parent's name). To avoid missing an opportunity, get your child’s registration in early using one of our three available options outlined on our CEPD registration page. You must register your child in his or her name (not the parent's name).
*The Emergency Contact Information form must be completed. Schoolcraft College reserves the right to delay the registration until completed emergency contact information is provided.
For more than 30 years Schoolcraft College has hosted students in first through twelfth grades for week-long, in-depth learning experiences during the summer. One example is the Web Design camp for middle school age students. During the Web Design camp, kids learn how to build graphics and create film clips and short animation that they can use to build and enhance their very own website.