Our Specialty + Teen Camps often span several ages and grade levels. Please pay attention to programs with specific age or grade requirements. We have many new and expanded offerings this year, please check them out by category below!

Who is eligible to register?

UPDATE: We will be offering camps to the entire community this summer.

  • UC Davis Students, Faculty, and Staff registration April 9th - 15th. 
  • Greater community registration begins on April 16th. 

Junior Lifeguard

Junior Lifeguarding (Ages 12–14)

👉 Note specific age range
9 am – 3:30 pm
$240  |  Enroll Today

The Junior Lifeguarding program is open to preteens and teens ages 12-14 with high-level swimming ability. A swim test will be given the first day. The focus of the program is to give participants an introduction to the basic skills of lifeguarding, including hands-only CPR, first aid, rescue techniques, recognizing and responding to emergency situations, and the responsibilities of lifeguarding. This class will prepare the participant for American Red Cross Lifeguard Training (but it is not the certification course). Class is one week long, Monday through Friday. Participants will receive a whistle and a Junior Lifeguard T-shirt.


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July 19-23

July 26-30


Music Workshops

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Brought to you by the UC Davis Department of Music

The Music Summer Camps are developed and led by music graduate students. These camps are the result of the collaboration between the UC Davis Music Department and Youth Programs.

Glee! An 'A Cappella' Workshop (Ages 13-17) [One-week]

⭐ New this year!
$250  |  Enroll Today

Modified Schedule
Monday–Friday, 1:30–5:30 pm

Do you love to sing, but feel a little lost in the shuffle of big choirs and long school days? Would you like an opportunity to sing pop music, musical theater, and other types of music that you normally don't get to sing? Are you intrigued by a cappella groups and would like the chance to make music that way? Come to Glee!, a workshop where many styles of group singing will be explored in a small-group environment. Sing the latest pop music, challenging new compositions, music from around the world, and more! Learn more about vocal technique and effective group singing while still enjoying a safe, relaxed and fun atmosphere that gives you the opportunity to create music with others. Over the course of this one-week session, we will put together a set of songs that we will perform at the end of the session. A day-in-the-life of the workshop will involve vocal warm-ups, breathing techniques and group warm-up games in addition to learning and polishing several songs.

Lead Instructor: Emily Sullivan – Ph.D. Student, Composition

Assistant Instructors:

Leanny Muñoz – Ph.D. Student, Musicology
Sarah Miller – Ph.D. Student, Musicology 

Week 5 MUSGT5 July 12-16
Week 8 MUSGT8 August 2-6


*NOTE: Week 4 is Tues–Fri, July 6-9 only. No programming is scheduled for Mon, July 5. The price will be prorated during registration.