Whether your child is a budding artist, athlete, chef, or scientist, get ready to learn with our broad range of fun activities! KidSpirit gives your child the chance to form lasting friendships with other kids, all while learning and having FUN from the passionate, learning-oriented, KidSpirit staff.
Campers must bring their own food. KidSpirit Reserves the right to cancel or combine classes that have not met the minimum participant requirement.
Check-In and Check-Out takes place in the backyard of Langton Hall. If you can't find us, don't stress! Just come to the Kidspirit Office in Langton 125. If you need to pick up a camper early, call the Kidspirit office ahead of time, and we'll be happy to have your child in the office waiting to check out!
When picking up a camper, you must be an authorized pick-up on the camper's registration and have a valid photo ID. If you have any questions about who is or isn't authorized to pick-up your child, please give the office a call.
Wondering where to Park? Visit our parking page!
Guardians are welcome to vist their child on ACES days! If you would like to do so, please:
If your child is enrolled in full-day ACES or for Lunch-Care, please bring a sack lunch. We also ask you bring the following items:
All children get the chance to participate in gymnastics at our ACES days. This mean please dress accordingly (i.e. no bottons, zipers, or metal on any clothing to protect the equipment) Additionally, long hair should be pulled back, jewelry should be removed, and feet should be bare on the gymnastics equipment.
NOTE: We do not allow electronic devices (phones, video games, etc.) at camps.
We award scholarships based on need and the availability of funds. We award
up to 50% of an ACES day, but nothing is guaranteed.
Note: Scholarship Forms are due three weeks before the ACES day.
1. Complete and fully submit a registration for an ACES day through
our online registration site: Ideal-Logic .
2. Download, print, and complete a scholarship form [Avaliable Here]. There
are printed versions of this form in the KidSpirit office, if you do not have
access to a printer.
3. Submit a one-page statement describing your child's circumstances for
requesting a KidSpirit Scholarship.
4. Submit a letter of recommendation from a non-family member (if possible)
addressing the parent/guardian's level of need and how/why the KidSpirit
Scholarship will benefit the child.
5. Include a copy of a current pay stub and document all additional sources of
monthly income (if you are a student, please provide proof of that).
Note: Children enrolled in the Head Start Program, families who qualify for
free/reduced lunch, and foster children have different application
requirements. See scholarship application forms for more details.