Camp Galloway (8:30 am - 3:30 pm) 
Partnering with our amazing Galloway teachers and staff along with SPARK Academy, Code Rev, and other community members, our campers join us this summer for days of fun playing, exploring, collaborating, and enjoying the hot weeks of summer. Galloway Athletics kicks us off with sports camps on May 28th. Camp Galloway (for rising PreK through grade 8) begins the week of June 3rd and closes on July 26th. Our camp day begins at 8:30 following drop off, which begins at 8:00. The camp day ends at 3:30. Campers who need to stay longer will move over to Camp+ for an additional fee, where they can stay until 5:30. Camp Galloway is open to all Galloway and non-Galloway students.

Camp+ - Why let the fun end at 3: 30 PM? Camp+ extends the fun with indoor/outdoor play from 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM. 

Athletic Programs - We are thrilled to offer a wide variety of half-day athletic programs this summer, including basketball and volleyball. Ages vary by program. 

Middle Learning Summer Institute - This full and half day program is for rising 5th-8th grade students taught by both Galloway faculty and staff, SPARK Academy, Code REV. and InspiritAI. Made up of both academic classes and fun electives, this program is a great kick off for the fall. 

Freshman Forum - This full day program is designed for rising 9th grade Galloway students. Students are immersed in UL level class samplers taught by Galloway UL faculty. This program is a great introduction to upper learning at Galloway. 

Counselors in Training - Designed for rising 7th-10th grade students who have not yet turned 16, this program provides students a hands on introduction to summer counselor duties. Counselors in Training who sign up for multiple weeks will rotate to different grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to stretch their leadership muscle. 

InspiritAI This summer, the Galloway School is offering an in-person, pre-college, project-based artificial intelligence program through Inspirit AI, an AI education program developed and taught by Stanford and MIT graduates this summer. The program will run for 10 sessions of three hours each from July 15-26, 2024. Grades 5-8 will run from 9:00 AM -12:00 PM, and grades 9-12 will run from 1:00 PM- 4:00 PM.

Students from grades 7-12 will learn the fundamental concepts of AI and gain a deeper understanding of how AI is used to build ChatGPT and generative AI, fight the COVID-19 pandemic, power self-driving cars, and more. Students will learn to program AI using Python, discuss ethics and bias within AI, and complete a group project applying AI to a discipline like healthcare, astronomy, finance, among others. For more information about curriculum, schedule, projects, and teaching team, check out the high school and middle school brochures.

No prior computer science experience is required to participate. To register, complete this online form.

Kate Preis
Director of Summer Programs & Encore
404.252.8389 x140

Jordan Hunter
Assistant Director of Summer Programs & Encore