Intersession Camp Ideas
Please note: RHMS does not expressly support any private enterprise. These links are offered as a convenience and may not be interpreted as endorsement.
Many local organizations offer activities to keep students busy during our intersession breaks and teacher workdays. Here are some links that may be of interest to RHMS families.
Camps in the Durham Area
- Bull City Gymnastics
- Duke Honors Institute for Middle Schoolers
- Durham Arts Council
- Frog Hollow Outdoors
- Kramden Institute Technology Camps
- Legacy Studios (dance, theater)
- Mathnasium of Durham-Chapel Hill
- Piedmont Wildlife Center
- RDU Tennis (Five Oaks Club)
- Schoolhouse of Wonder
- Sew Crafty (girls only)
- Walk Your Path Well
- Wytha Balance Yoga Camp
- YES consortium - economics and STEM programs
- Youth Digital Studio - camps & classes in programming, design, and other tech subjects
- YMCA (locations around the Triangle)
Camps in the Greater Triangle Area
- Camp Chestnut Ridge (Efland) -- download their After School Application Form and scroll to the end to see intersession camp dates, which align with Orange County Schools' year-round calendar.
- Destination STEM (Morrisville)
- Dead Broke Farm (North Raleigh)
- Hoops City U (RTP)
- NetSports (Morrisville)
- Triangle Sportsplex (Hillsborough)
- Raleigh IcePlex
- Pump It Up (Brier Creek)
- Rock It Learning (science, technology, in Raleigh)
- Spence's Farm (Orange County)
Carolina Parent magazine is also a great source of camp information, as are other local year-round schools and their PTAs. Check with businesses near your home or work that cater to young people — karate or dance studios, for example. Also, camp providers will often add a session to their schedule if there's interest from a group of parents.
Camps may also be offered through DPS or by individual faculty members or sports coaches. Keep an eye on RHMS announcements to find out about those opportunities.
Last Modified on August 24, 2018