Summer Camp


Our Summer camp

We are thrilled to announce our 2022 School Age Summer Camp as we prepare for another season of excitement and fun at SAECC !


Our summer camp will serve children ages 6 to 12 years old (and 5 year old SAECC alums!). It will be a hands-on enrichment program that provides opportunities for growth, friendship, and self-empowerment while observing all safety measures.


 Our summer will be divided into 2 week sessions, each with their own Camp Theme. We have 2 pre-camp sessions for currently enrolled SAECC Eagles, followed by an additional 4 sessions for School Age Summer Camp (take a look at the themes below!).


Utilizing our amazing space and experienced instructors, our children are guaranteed to have a great time. They will continuously make connections to their environment as they engage in real life experiences. By the end of summer, our little friends will have great stories to share, memories to recall, and experiences that were meaningful.

We are looking forward to a safe summer filled with learning and fun for everyone! For program questions, please contact Ms. Tianna at For enrollment questions, please contact Ms. Dalvida at


Registration: No fee!

Tuition: $1000 bi-weekly             Deposit: $1,000

*Currently enrolled students- 

 normal tuition rates/standards apply*


Meals (AM, PM, & Lunch) and filtered water included.


Camp Dates: June 27, 2022 – August 19, 2022


Closed on July 4, 2022 to observe Independence Day.



Camp Hours:8am -5pm


St. Albans Early Childhood Center

Gym Wing  2nd Floor
4404 Wisconsin Avenue N.W.

Washington DC, 20016


Around the world
Pre-Camp Session for Currently Enrolled SAECC Eagles

In this pre-camp session, our young campers will travel the world from the comfort of their classrooms. They will get to know where their classmates are from, make a map of handprints, learn about different animals from around the world, and even make a beach snack (our own vacation in a cup!)

Little Explorers 
Pre-Camp Session for Currently Enrolled SAECC Eagles

Let the adventure begin with this pre-camp session! Campers will go on school and neighborhood scavenger hunts, create a rocket (to be little explorers in space of course!), paint exotic seashells, and have fun with some in-class camping activities.

Happy Children

Summer Celebration

WELCOME TO SUMMER CAMP FUN! With the arrival of the summer heat and new Camp friends comes special activities that are best served hot! Picnics, water play, and a Luau are a few of the exciting activities we have to kick off our 2022 Summer!

Nature Calls
7/11/22 – 7/22/22

This session is focused on animal science and is definitely a thrill. Campers will explore the great outdoors and the natural environment. During this session, the children will learn about different animals and their habitats.

Kid Painting

The Spread of Artistry
7/25/22- 8/5/22

Creativity comes in infinite forms. By nurturing our creativity, we are offered a chance to grow. During this session, campers will gain opportunities to explore their own creativity. They will engage in activities such as creating their own scents, short films and jewelry.

The Green Essence
8/8/22 – 8/19/22

Campers will get to appreciate the essence of the earth and its gifts. Our final session of the summer will introduce the campers to gardening. In this camp, children will not only get their hands dirty but will get to try yummy vegetarian recipes such as smoothies, beet hummus, and orange-sicles.

Kid Looking at Plant Pot

Field Trips

The Potomac overlook is a unique natural and historic place that has been preserved and enhanced with recreational facilities such as live beehives displays and streams that flow into the Potomac, here children will be able to explore the great outdoors!

The Potomac Overlook on July13

Smithsonian Zoo on
July 22

The Smithsonian Zoo is located on Connecticut Ave in Washington DC. There are many different animals and exhibits to see and explore such as the Panda exhibit, the Bird House, and other animal habitats. Friends of the National Zoo, a non-profit, working in partnership with the National Zoological Park providing support to wildlife conservation programs at the zoo and around the world since 1958.

The Piscataway Park on August 12

The Piscataway Park is a living classroom where generations come together
to learn about the environment and the role that people play in shaping the landscape. Their education programs promote regenerative agriculture and agroforestry through inclusive, hands-on visitor engagement, scholarly research, and presentations.