Registration starts June 1 for MCS camps, programs | Parents & kids
Memphis City Schools offers a variety of summer academic programs and specialty camps for students in grades K-12.
Summer academic programs are free of charge, with the exception of new coursework. Specialty camps range from no charge to nominal costs. Registration starts on June 1.
Summer academic programs are designed for elementary, middle or high school students desiring or requiring extra help to succeed in subjects such as Math, English, Science and Social Studies. Students in these programs may want to become stronger in certain subjects, or may need specific credits to pass or graduate.
Nineteen specialty camps focus on various interests such as leadership training, driver education, foreign languages, technology training, honors education, English as a second language, training for students with disabilities, introduction to careers in the health sciences, introduction to careers in aviation, etc.
All MCS summer offerings assist parents with helping their children transition from the end of school into summer. During the summer months, students need safe, productive activities in order to stay sharp academically, enjoy youth fellowship, and avoid actions that could negatively impact their lives, families or communities. Along with MCS students, students throughout Shelby County are eligible to enroll in new coursework sessions or in specialty camps offered through MCS.
MCS provides a 31-page summer programs and camps catalog with course descriptions, enrollment dates/times/locations, meal information, fees and contact information. Click here to download a PDF version of the catalog.
For more information, call the MCS Office of Student Support Services at 901-416-7622.
Information provided by Memphis City Schools.