Magellan International School Summer Camps

Every summer, The Magellan International School offers a variety of summer camp programs for children preschool through high school.
Preschoolers and rising Kindergarteners can enjoy a Spanish immersion camp run by our own talented Magellan faculty at our Chimney Corners campus, while students rising 1st – 12th grades can “build-your-own” summer camp with various offerings all summer long at our Anderson Lane campus!
Use the filters below to search and learn more about programs at the Magellan as you’re planning for Summer 2020.
Note: Camp Magellan: Exploring Our World (ages 3-5) will take place at the Chimney Corners campus, while all other camps listed will take place at the Anderson Lane campus.


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Camp Magellan: Exploring Our World

The Magellan International School will be offering a virtual summer camp this year, 2020, due to COVID-19. The 2020 Virtual Summer Camp provides children opportunities to practice their Spanish, connect with peers, and engage in fun virtual activities such as crafts and movement games! Our goal is to keep class sizes small, so your child gets the most our of their virtual camp experience. All our camp instructors will be leading activities in Spanish, while guiding your children in conversational practice to prepare for the next school year. 

Adjustments have been made from Camp Magellan. We will run 6 weeks of camp, from June 15 – July 24. Camp will run from 9 AM – 12 PM, via Google Hangouts. We will be accepting enrollment from current Magellan rising PP4 through rising 3rd grade students. 

You may register for any or all weeks that you would like. Each week of camp is $125, and will be charged on the Friday of camp. 

    • Week 1: June 15th – June 19th
    • Week 2: June 22nd – June 26th
    • Week 3: June 29th – July 3rd
    • Week 4: July 6th – July 10th
    • Week 5: July 13th – July 17th
    • Week 6: July 20th – July 24th

PP4, Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd

9 AM – 12 PM

Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6

June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 3, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24

$125 Per Week

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Katie Struth

Summer Camp at Magellan!

Camp Paramount

In this fun and fast-paced two-week musical theatre camp, campers will perform Broadway style musical numbers and iconic pop hits on the historic Paramount Stage! Campers will not only be preparing for their dynamic final performance; they will also receive training in voice, acting, dance, and production from professionally trained theatre artists.

5th, 6th (one spot left for each grade!)

9am-4pm (8am-5pm with early and aftercare)

$175 for early and after care bundle for full camp, $15 daily rate.

Week 6, Week 7

July 13-17, July 20-24 (last day will be performance at Paramount Theatre)

$750 for the 2-week session

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Katy Matz

DroneGenius! Tech.Fun.Fly!

Sibling and Educator Discounts available!

Camp Lay-A-Way / Deposit Option Available! ($75.00 Down!)
Extended Care Available! (7:30 Drop Off! 6:00 Pick Up!)
Snacks Provided!
Lunch Plan Available for purchase!

Welcome to DroneGenius! Our program has been designed to continue STEM and Coding education while preparing our students to meet the demands of today! Drones are evolving our world in many ways by delivering packages, helping our first responders, providing security, photography and videography, and so much more. DroneGenius has even stepped into the software development space to create an app for today’s modern real estate professional.

We’ve developed programs for students to learn how to navigate and embrace drone technology all while continuing to sharpen their motor skills, math, science, tech and engineering abilities, and our favorites; spatial reasoning and solution engineering, all by coding the drones to complete automated movements. We provide different types of drones that are paired with apps. All equipment is provided! Students work collectively in teams to achieve a new mission each week. Missions include achieving scavenger hunts only using a drone, drone races, hoovering challenges, and so much more!

Classes are held either in a gym or classroom set up for room to learn. Outdoor classes are held depending on weather.

We hope to see your budding little forward thinker this summer! Space for our classes is limited to minimize over-crowding and maximize the fun!

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th

9am-3pm, extended hours 7:30am-6:00pm

Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8

June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29 – June 30, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31


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Robin Perez

Exploradores Spanish Immersion Summer Camp

Join us this summer for tons of fun as we immerse ourselves in the Spanish language while embarking on a virtual journey of learning through different countries. Come along for an adventure around the world!

Fun is Spanish Sessions: Come play, create, cook and discover. Enjoy Summer while learning Spanish!

Academic Sessions: Come improve your Spanish reading, writing, and grammar and get ready for the School year!

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th

9:00am-3:00pm for Fun in Spanish camps, 3-6pm Extended Care available ($150/wk)

9:00am-1:00pm for School Prep camps (no Extended Care available)

8:00am early drop-off available at no cost.

Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 7, Week 8

June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, July 20-24, July 27-31


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Ana Wallace

French Immersion Camps

Camp 1: from Monday June 8 to Friday June 12, 2020. Prehistory! From the discovery of the Lascaux cave to an exploration of prehistoric art, come and experience it every day in our camp.

Camp 2: from Monday June 15 to Friday June 19, 2020. The Middle Ages! If you like the legend of the knights of the Round Table, dream of fighting a dragon or simply visiting a real castle, this camp is for you!

Camp 3: from Monday June 22 to Friday June 26, 2020. Egypt! The Pyramids, the Sphinx, Tutankhamun and Cleopatra, the Rosetta Stone! Come and discover how France has made it possible to reveal the secrets of Ancient Egypt. And like grave robbers, you will take your treasure with you at the end of the week!

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th

9am – 5pm (no extended care available)
Week 1, Week 2, Week 3

June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26

$290 non EFA students / $250 EFA students

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Isabelle Bettler

kidsActing theatre camps

Since 1980, kidsActing, Austin’s favorite and longest operating year-round school for young performers, has offered award winning summer camps for children ages 4-18.
This year we’re going all out with single and multiple week camps, all of which end with exciting performances for friends and family.
Most importantly, kidsActing gives your child a summer filled with fun, friends, and lifelong memories!

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th


Camp runs 8:30am-4pm. We charge an additional $5 for every 30 minutes daily, so if for example, a parent needs 7:30am drop off, it costs them an additional $50 for the week.

Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 7

June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29 – June 30,  July 6-10, July 20-24


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Tiffany Williams

Mad Science & Imagine Arts Academy of Austin and San Antonio

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Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
(Depends on Camp)

  • 8am-6pm
  • 9am-12pm
  • 1:30-4:30pm
Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8

June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29 – June 30, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31


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Adrianna Hagan

Neuron Garage

At the Neuron Garage, your children repurpose recycled materials to solve fun, weekly building challenges. Along the way, they build the foundation for a vibrant and expansive future.

The problems your children tackle are open-ended, with no set solutions. And the materials they use are simple and multi-purpose. This combination unlocks a level of engagement and resourcefulness that is both joyful and transformational.

Our thoughtfully trained team guides your children to tap into their own genius and to collaborate with their peers for inspiration and support. Campers learn how to give and receive feedback from other campers, how to push themselves to create their best work, and how to recover from frustration and setbacks in order to continue forward. As they build with their hands, these experiences build confidence and resilience, propelling them onto their next challenge — whether at camp or beyond.

o June 8th – June 12th: Mission Possible Can you build a case to protect a super-delicate secret package from bumps and drops? Can you build an airplane to carry that package safely over a raging sea? This week campers will team up as Secret Agents on a mission to transport high-value, sensitive packages across various obstacles!

o June 15th – June 19th: Medieval Construction If your kingdom was under attack, could you defend it? Can you build a castle with a working drawbridge? Can you design a catapult the fires accurately enough to ward off intruders? This week campers will use two simple machines — pulleys and levers — along with lots of imagination, to build castles with defense systems.

o June 22nd – June 26th: Marble Roller Coasters What kind of adventure park can you create with toilet paper tubes and tape – and loads of other recycled goods? This week campers will design, build, and refine marble games and rollercoasters. As they master the basics, the challenge increases. How long can you make your rollercoaster? Can the marble do a loop? Two? The challenges and solutions are endless, as is the creative output.

o July 6th – July 10th: Structural Integrity If a storm knocked out the bridge between the island you live on and the mainland it was connected to, would you be able to rebuild it? If you could use only two materials to build it, what would they be? How much weight could it hold? This week campers will take on a series of building challenges with limited resources and unlimited creativity.

o July 13th – July 17th: Stop the Plop How do you protect a raw egg from cracking when dropped from various heights? What materials do you need? How does your design change if materials are limited or the egg has to be visible inside its container? This week campers will design, build, and test containers to try to avoid the plop, or rather splatter, of a raw egg hitting a hard surface.

o July 20th – July 24th: Space Survival If you crash-landed on an unknown planet, what would you do? Would you stay and build shelter, or would you fix your engine and design a new spaceship? This week, campers will race against the clock to create self-propelled spaceships and shelters for outer space survival.

o July 27th – July 31st: Cardboard Arcade Calling all game makers! This week campers will work creatively within the confines of various sets of limitations to turn recycled materials into a functioning arcade. We’ll celebrate their accomplishments by playing each other’s games. 

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th

9am – 3pm (flexible drop-off between 8-9am, and extended hours until 6pm available)
Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8

June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31

$350 – $390/week

Extended Hours (3pm to 6pm) +$75/wk

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Kaylie Reed

Skyhawks Sports Academy

40 years ago, Skyhawks had the vision that every child should experience the joy and benefits of sports.

In 1979, Jeff Heimbigner recognized that children of varying athletic levels did not have the same opportunity to learn sport-specific skills as serious players or elite young athletes. Many of these children aspired to be better players but unfortunately did not have the best setting in which to learn sport-specific skills, have fun, be safe, and take those lessons home and apply them to their everyday lives. Jeff had a vision that every child should experience the joy and benefits of sports. Jeff created a purpose for the company: “Teaching life skills through sports.”

With his vision and purpose stated, Skyhawks Sports was born.

Skyhawks Sports started as a regional soccer program focused in the Pacific Northwest. The popularity of the camps grew as the years went by, and some amazing athletes and wonderful individuals emerged. These soccer-focused Skyhawks camps emphasized critical lessons in life, such as sportsmanship, teamwork, and winning and losing with grace.

As the years passed, Skyhawks added more sports and more safe, fun, and skill-focused camps for sports like basketball, flag football, volleyball, and baseball while remaining true to its purpose and vision. Today, Skyhawks offers camps, clinics, and leagues in more than 10 different sports, multi-sport programs, and even Mini-Hawk® programs tailored for athletes as young as 4-years-old!

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th

9am – 12pm (no extended care available)
Week 1, Week 3, Week 5, Week 7

June 8-12, June 22-26, July 6-10, July 20-24


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Josh Araiza

Sportball Multi Sport Camp

Sportball is a fun multi sport program!  Two new sports will be taught each day in a fun and creative way.  Older age groups will be scrimmaging while younger age groups will be focusing on skill building and fun games.  Each day will include down time activities such as crafts, STEM projects, art projects, and Legos.

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th

9am -1pm or 9am – 3:30pm

Week 3, Week 6

June 22-26, July 13-17


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Alyssa Villalon

Sticky Fingers Cooking

‘Kids Cooking Network’ Camp: Do your kids love watching cooking shows on TV? In this exciting camp, young chefs will work together in cooking challenges inspired by favorite cooking TV shows such as Master Chef Jr, Kids Baking Championship, Chopped Jr, and Cutthroat Kitchen! We will learn how to use different cooking equipment and techniques, explore flavor pairings, and create tasty mouthwatering recipes from scratch each day. Young chefs will get their creative juices flowing in this awesomely fun and delicious cooking adventure! 

S.T.E.A.M. Cooking Camp: Welcome to the STEAM Cool Cooking Creation Lab! Welcome to the Sticky Fingers STEAM Creation Lab! Cooking and science are a match made in…the kitchen! Come join our STEAM camp to explore the many connections between cooking and Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math — with delectable dishes to create an amazing experience for all young chefs in training! We’ll be adding spice, subtracting boredom, and multiplying the fun to create culinary masterpieces. Young chefs will not only create delectable dishes but also conduct experiments with edible ingredients in this fascinating and delicious camp. Using science, technology, engineering, art and math to create delicious creations!

Farm to Table Cooking Camp: Bring the deliciousness of fresh produce to the table every day! Come explore the bounty of summer-fresh, local, colorful ingredients and explore how those foods got from the ground to our plates. You might already know that carrots can improve your eyesight, but did you know that cherries can help improve your memory? Young chefs will also learn what makes certain ingredients so super for the body and how delicious they can taste, while practicing basic cooking skills and techniques on their way to becoming super chefs! How does that food get on the table? We will be deliciously discovering how our food goes from ingredient to recipe to table.

COOKS+BOOKS: Children’s Literature + Cooking Camp Let your favorite books come to life in our delicious and delectable recipes! Let your favorite books come to life in our delicious and delectable recipes! Each day we will create two+ full recipes that are related to some of our favorite children’s books such as: Last Stop on Market Street, Green Eggs and Ham, and Dragons Love Tacos! This camp will bring your child’s imagination to life through a hands-on, magical, literary and culinary experience! What amazing creations can we make from some of the awesome books created for kids?

Basic Training Baking Boot Camp: Curious how to make your own tasty pastries from scratch? Aspiring bakers who love to get their hands sticky in the kitchen will love this camp! Young chefs will learn the basics of scratch-baking and how to make everything from breads to fresh pastas, muffins to cookies, and more! In class, we use all portable baking equipment and tools, and each recipe can be recreated at home in your oven for more baking fun! Young chefs will love creating sweet AND savory baked goods in this tasty, engaging, and imaginative camp! Come and cook up some awesomely tasty morning recipes with us this summer!

Global Taste Buds Camp: Cook your way around the world in our globally-inspired cooking camp! What better way to explore another culture than through its food? In this delicious camp, young chefs will cook recipes from countries all around the world and explore food history, explore customs, songs, geography, and languages associated with each recipe. Young chefs will cook and gobble up tasty, healthy cuisine from South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia!

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th

Week 1 (June 8-12 / 12p-3p) ’Kids Cooking Network’ Camp

Week 3 (June 22-26 / 9a-12p) S.T.E.A.M. Cooking Camp

Week 5 (July 6-10 / 12p-3p) Farm to Table Cooking Camp

Week 6 (July 13-17 / 9a-12p) COOKS+BOOKS: Children’s Literature + Cooking Camp

Week 7 (July 20-24 / 9a-12p) Basic Training Baking Boot Camp

Week 8 (July 27-31 / 12p-3p) Global Taste Buds Camp

Week 1, Week 3, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8

June 8-12 / 9a-12p ‘Kids Cooking Network’ Camp

June 22-26 / 9a-12p S.T.E.A.M. Cooking Camp

July 6-10 / 12p-3p Farm to Table Cooking Camp

July 13-17 / 9a-12p COOKS+BOOKS: Children’s Literature + Cooking Camp

July 20-24 / 9a-12p Basic Training Baking Boot Camp

July 27-31 / 12p-3p Global Taste Buds Camp


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Francine Huang

Summer Reading Clinic

The Summer Reading Clinic is designed to provide individualized support and enrichment for children struggling with foundational reading skills. This specialized two-week course will consist of both small group instructional and one-on-one tutoring sessions customized for the specific learning needs of each child.

Elements of the Orton-Gillingham and Lindamood-Bell approaches will be used for direct instruction, with an emphasis on phonemic awareness, decoding skills, basic spelling rules, sight words, reading comprehension, and written and oral expression.

1st, 2nd

9am – 12pm (no extended care option available)

Week 7, Week 8

July 20-24, July 27-31


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Jesse Bohnert

The Austin Artery

We provide an art education unlike any other in Austin.  We balance our lessons in an area that provides children with lesson in technical skill, while ALSO providing them the unstructured time and space to truly develop their own unique creativity and voice.

Your child won’t always come home with a finished product because we believe that the learning process in more valuable than a finished product. We believe that when children are allowed to experiment and solve their own creative challenges, they learn grit, passion and a growth mindset. We take projects through the entire creative process starting with brainstorming, research, technical lesson, and letting them experiment with their own techniques, solutions and twists. Current research shows that true creative thinking is developed when children’s creative process is honored.

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th

8am – 5pm ($13 per day early care, $20 per day for aftercare)

Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8

June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29 – June 30, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31

$310/week + additional costs for before and after care

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Heidi Lowell

The Little Medical School

Little Medical Program – 30 hour Summer Camp: In this 30 hour Summer camp, Students will learn and use tools that doctors use, understand how the heart, lungs and the organs of digestion work through discussion and role playing, and be able to identify the organs of the body as well as learn how to suture, tie surgical knots and role-play surgeons. Students will learn how to treat minor injuries, make a first aid kit, be able to identify the different parts of the brain, make a brain model. Students understand why we burp and belch, identify the levels of the spine and what the spine does, understand what a prescription is and how they are dispensed, make a bone model, and complete a skeleton sticker set, discuss the parts of the eye and how the eyes work.

Little Vet Program – 30 hour Summer Camp: In this 30 hour summer camp students will learn how to make important measurements, make assessments and perform an exam, understand the importance of proper nutrition and hydration, discuss what to do when a dog is injured, what are lacerations and proper care of stitches, how to inspect for and properly remove ticks, how to give medicine to a dog, the purpose of vaccinations, and how the body builds immunities, discuss different types of radiographs, how they are taken and how to read them, be able to name, label and explain the digestive organs, what happens when a foreign body is stuck in the digestive tract, be able to differentiate between the types of dog body language, name and label the parts of the dogs eye, and discuss dog vision, discuss what it takes to become a Vet and 9 types of Veterinary careers.

Little Wilderness and Sport Medicine – 30 hour Summer Camp: Little Wilderness School brings medicine, science and the importance of health to children in an entertaining, exciting and fun way. Our program will teach children about some of the dangers in the wild and how to safely handle a medical situation. For example, students will learn about snake bites, hypothermia, how to tie a tourniquet, splint a broken leg, filter dirty water, 20 uses of a bandanna and how to treat bug bites. With reflex hammer, students learn how real doctors do an assessment for sports injuries. Students will learn about common problems from playing sports such as sprains, strains, and athlete’s foot and how to diagnosis and treat them. Students will see what it is like to be an orthopedic surgeon and perform Tommy John Surgery. Students will make a model of the hand and see how the tendons and ligaments work and what can go wrong. As a graduate of this summer camp, students will have a better understanding of what it is like in the world of sports medicine!

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th

9am – 3pm (extended care available from 8-9am and 3-4pm for $8/hr)

Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8

June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-30, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31


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Andrew Phan

Vivan Los Niños

Our summer program, “Vivan los Niños” offers Spanish Immersion for children who have no prior knowledge of Spanish, or for Spanish speaking children. The objective of our immersion program is that through songs, music and movements, hands-on games, art projects, costumes, dance, and Latin American cultural activities, we will motive the children to learn more Spanish.

To enroll, call (954) 729-8284 or (512) 550-6215, or pick up a form at the Anderson Lane Campus!

Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd

Full Camp: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM; Half Camp: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Week 1, Week 2, Week 5, Week 6

June 8-12, June 15-19, July 6-10, July 13-17

Full Camp: $320/week; Half Camp: $230/week

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Malena Chavez

Young Rembrandts ATX

Olympic Artistry: Gold Medal Cartooning

While our country’s athletes are going for the gold this summer, Young Rembrandts artists will mark the occasion with an all-Olympic themed cartooning curriculum. In this series, our athletes – not all of them human! – will show off their skills in baseball, basketball, martial arts, surfing and more. Artists will learn to draw colorful characters, create exaggerated expressions and dynamic poses, and tell a story by illustrating a cartoon sequence. Every artist wins in these Olympics!

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th

9am – 12pm (no extended care option available)

Week 8

July 27-31

$135 list price / $108 vendor price

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Cathy Greenlaw