Chattanooga Spring Break Camps (2019)
Spring Break for Hamilton County Schools is coming March 18th–22nd, and we've rounded up some of the best Spring Break Camps the Scenic City has to offer!
TechTown is a technology and entrepreneurial learning center offering year-round after-school programs & break camps. TechTown has three age group camps:
Gigabytes: 7–10 Years Old
Megabytes: 11–13 Years Old
Kilobytes: 14–17 Years Old
Explore the zoo in a way you never have before through games, crafts, animal meet & greets, and more! Ages K–5th.
Girls, Inc. of Chattanooga is a 501(c)3 United Way affiliated organization dedicated to helping girls grow with confidence and skills to be strong, smart, and bold throughout their lives.
Elementary & Teen age groups available. Limited space & partial scholarships available.
High Point Holiday Camps teach kids about rock climbing & team building.
Ages 5–14 years.
Reflection Riding Spring Break Camp Come explore the season of spring on Reflection Riding's constantly evolving landscape! Kids will explore forest & pond habitats to see what changes spring has brought.
Join the CTC for a weeklong program where students will play acting games that develop the voice, body, imagination and team building skills in a fun & relaxed setting. Ages 7–12
Structured school break camps that coincide with scheduled school holiday closures. Kids enjoy swimming and a variety of activities including physical activity, socialization, crafts, games, and more. Ages 5–12
Hamilton County School Aged Child Care Select sites are open for school-aged child care during Spring Break. Get in touch with your school's SACC director for registration and information about open sites. Children must be enrolled in a Hamilton County Public School to attend.
Ages K–8th Grade
Got a Spring Break camp to tell us about? E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add you to the list!