Cranbrook Schools Summer Camps are attended by over 1,400 campers each summer, who come from across the country and abroad to experience summer camp on Cranbrook’s historic 319-acre campus. Click on an image below to start exploring!
Brookside Tots Camp (boys and girls ages 3-4) Offerings in this active, hands-on program encourage self-expression and creative diversity, while developing coordination and muscle skills.
Brookside Camp (boys and girls ages 5-7) Brookside campers enjoy both recreation and instruction. Camp activities include music, art, science, nature, sports, movement, and drama.
Cranbrook Camp (boys grades 2-9)
Cranbrook campers enjoy a rotating schedule of activities throughout the week including arts & crafts, science, sports, swimming, and various other indoor and outdoor activities.
Kingswood Camp (girls grades 2-9)
Campers explore our campus of playing fields, woods, rivers, lakes, and gardens. They participate in a full schedule that includes swimming, sports, crafts, drama, arts, yoga, dance and science.
Summer Art Studio (boys and girls grades 2-9)
Campers receive instruction in classic art forms such as drawing, composition, painting and sculpture, as well as contemporary media such as building, illustration, and photography.
Jazz Ensemble (boys and girls grades 6-10)
This widely acclaimed music program offers students an opportunity to study their instruments in small groups with outstanding professional jazz musicians.
Robotics Camps (boys and girls grades 1-7)
Robotics Day Camps offer sessions in LEGO® and VEX™ IQ.
STEM Camps (boys and girls grades 3-8)
One of a handful of camps in the nation offering STEM camp modules developed by the Edgerton Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Cranbrook Theatre School (boys and girls grades 2-12)
With the historic Greek Theatre as the centerpiece, campers work to cultivate confidence and nurture an understanding of the theatre arts through hands-on experience and exploration.
Young Authors Camp (boys and girls grades 2-9)
Aspiring young writers will explore language, genre, story structure, and character development through a variety of writing genres including poetry, realistic fiction, fantasy, and graphic novels.