Summer 2021 Camps, Classes and Programs


AAALC has several policies and procedures in place to keep students safe. Consistent cleaning, small class ratios and car line drop off and pick up procedures, have made AAALC programs seamless through the Covid pandemic. There are several entrances which help to separate large numbers of students throughout the day. All adult staff must wear a mask per CDC recommendations, but they are optional for campers. Adults must wear masks when entering the building and should only do so if they have business on site. A complete list of Summer Safety Guidelines will be sent to each registered family in late May to ensure everyone is aware of procedures. We will continue to monitor this virus and recommendations from officials. Please reach out via phone at 772-341-1400 if you have questions. 
All About Achieving Learning Centers Summer Camps are taught by certified teachers utilizing the most recent, research based science, technology, engineering, arts and math programming. Both half day and full day options exist, with full day campers switching camp topics at noon. Half day options are available from 9:00am-12:00pm or 12:30pm-3:30pm. Full day options are 9:00am-3:30pm.
Early drop off 8:30am and late pick up 5:15pm are available for on site camps at a rate of $5/day. Contact the summer camp coordinator at after you register to place your child on the Extended Day list.

Campers are divided by grade groups and complete activities centered around various S.T.E.A.M. Camp Themes. Campers are highly engaged and groups are limited due to the content of the program. All programs are run with fidelity and provide unique, innovative experiences. Camps include Minecraft Education, Stop Motion Movie Making, Robotics/Coding, Virtual Reality, DNA to Dissection, Gross Science, CSI, Cake Decorating and more. We are also On Location at Justin' Time Stables and RUSH Trampoline Park. 
AAALC provides on site camps to children entering PreK-8th grade with a teacher/child ratio of between 10:1 and 18:1 depending on the target age group and topic. All camps are staffed by certified teachers or a subject area specialist. AAALC also has additional support staff on site. AAALC requires at least one camp staff member be CPR certified and adheres closely the special allergy needs or dietary restrictions campers may have. All staff have completed Level II Background Checks and are experts in their field. Camps are typically full by mid April with many at capacity prior to that. 
For more information view the dropdown menu to the left or access the information via:

 Martin County Summer Camps

 Summer Climb: Preventing Summer Slide

 Beginning Keyboarding/Handwriting Courses

 Algebra and Geometry Prep Courses
Questions? Contact the office at 772-341-1400.