Camp CMS
Camp CMS

Camp CMS is a free, full-day summer experience for K-12 students with in-person learning, Monday–Thursday, plus physical activities and enrichment. At Camp CMS, learning will be fun! 


Camp CMS Overview

 

Who? Students K-12 needing additional support in reading, math, and science including students learning English and students with disabilities. 

What? Six-week summer learning experience, Monday-Thursday, 

check Bell Schedules for all sites.* 

When? June 14 – July 29 with a one-week break (No camp July 5 – 9)             

Where? View all schools and Camp CMS Site Assignments

(*start times vary by school)


Camp CMS will offer in-person social-emotional and instructional support to CMS students who need continued learning due to the impact of remote learning. 

ASEP is available for Monday through Friday for Camp CMS studentsEnroll in summer ASEP today!


Camp CMS offers fun, friends, learning and so much more…

  • Free breakfast and lunch daily

  • Transportation options (am and/or pm available)

  • Daily enrichment and physical activities

  • Social-emotional and student wellness support 

  • Academic support tailored to student needs:

    • Grades K-2: Reading and Math 

    • Grades 3-8: Reading, Math and Science

    • Grades 9-12: EOC subjects, credit recovery, elective 

    • Extensions programs available




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P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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