Summer Fun For Everyone!

This student-centered, creative, hands-on and arts-integrated approach to teaching and learning helps students engage and learn. We personalize student learning, integrate the arts into core content, and improve reading proficiency because reading is foundational to learning well in life. We help students get ready for their upcoming school year while preventing summer learning loss. And we have fun.
Program and Open House details found below:

June 21 — July 30, 2021

Monday - Friday | 8:00am - 5:00pm
For students entering grades K-3.
Cost: $50 to $600 per week

Financial Assistance is available!
We accept ELC vouchers.
We offer a sliding scale based on household income.

Access to enrollment is online or you can come in to have us help you.

Preventing the Summer Slide. Our Summer program encourages youth to stay active and to continue learning outside of the school year.

Application process is open now through June, 2021. First come, first served basis.


Program Details

Program Goals: To provide a fun and academic summer program for students entering grades K-3.
Type of Program: All day arts, literacy, yoga, play, social emotional growth
Building facility: Large building, five classrooms, media center, gym, theater, art gallery
Neighborhood: Northwood Village, Palm Beach County. 
Capacity: Class size average of 10 students who are entering grades K-3.
Instructional: 5 Teachers in five classrooms
Administrative: 1 Principal, 2 part-time Teaching Artists, 2 para-professional educators


Open House April 2021

When: Saturday, April 17, 2021, time slots available between 10:00am and 1:00pm

Who: Families interested in our summer program or 2021-2022 school year 

How: interested families contact CCE and RSVP/sign up to attend and will arrange a time slot upon registering

What: Tour of the school and an arts activity for children led by Teaching Artists

RSVP / Sign-Up: Dr. Kevin Kovacs, 561-805-9927,

“By all measures, this summer camp was VERY successful. Academically and artistically, way more successful than those that we paid for in the several summers before.”

-Parent, 2020 Summer Program

“My daughters had an excellent experience! …they always wanted to go to camp because it was always something fun to do!!! We loved it!!”

-Parent, 2020 Summer Program

“These kinds of programs are extremely helpful and necessary for our children. The amount of material learned in camp was amazing and my child was having fun learning. To have an in-person option was extremely helpful and productive. Thank you CCE for providing this experience for my child, we are eternally grateful.”

-Parent, 2020 Summer Program

Safety First

Our detailed plan of procedures follows all COVID19 appropriate guidelines recommended by the CDC that includes masks for all, taking temperatures twice a day, maintaining separate cohorts of children, and repeated cleaning. Our class sizes are no larger than eleven students. This not only allows for increased safety, but also ensures that our students benefit from daily small group and individualized one-on-one academic instruction.

"These kinds of programs are extremely helpful and necessary for our children." - Parent, Summer Program

"Here they still want to teach you, but they make it fun." - Student, Summer Program

Past Summer Program Impact

In response to the school district’s shut-down of the 2019-2020 academic year from the coronavirus, the Center for Creative Education launched and successfully ran a 10-week summer arts and academic program for 46 children going into 1st through 4th grades. Our staff of Florida-certified teachers and Teaching Artists developed lessons in math, science, and literacy that were aligned with district learning goals. Our instructional focus incorporated creative arts as a driving force, inspiring students to achieve deep levels of learning and overall confidence.


97% of our students increased their reading skills by one or more reading levels, and 83% met two or more individualized math goals by the end of our summer program. We are proud to have helped each child to make up for two months of lost learning in a safe, structured summer program that included yoga classes, recess, fresh meals, snacks, and morning meetings for building community.

Summer programming made possible with suppport by: