Summer Camps at UTSA
Welcome to The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio's summer camp destination.
This year, UTSA will offer science, engineering, architecture, sports, music, writing, and language and culture camps for kids and teens. Some camps are day-long programs; others last a week or two. But each of our camps offers participants the chance to have fun, make friends and learn something new.
Browse the listings below to find a camp that's just right for you.
Science, Engineering and Architecture Camps
Be a part of the UTSA Center for Archaeological Research’s weeklong day camp for 9-to-13-year-olds who are interested in archaeology. This year, students will focus on ancient cultures, including the Olmec, Aztec, Maya and Mixtec.
The UTSA Interactive Technology Experience Center (iTEC) offers this camp that focuses on problem solving and critical thinking skills. K-12 students can explore robotics, microbiology, geology, magical science, food chemistry, weather, forensics, aviation and more.
This camp is tailored to high school juniors and seniors interested in electrical, mechanical, civil and biomedical engineering and is presented by the UTSA College of Engineering. Learn out-of-the-box problem solving through interactive workshops and challenges.
SA-PREP offers middle and high school students advanced science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curriculum through an intensive seven-week academic enrichment experience. The program is designed to prepare students for STEM-related college courses and careers.
This two-week camp introduces high school students, college students and others interested in architecture and interior design to design disciplines and careers in architecture and interior design. Get insight from UTSA faculty members and find out if interior design or architecture are right for you.
Sports and Athletics Camps
Students of all ages get the unique opportunity to learn all about the fundamentals of the game from UTSA staff and local high school coaches. Inspired by UTSA head football coach Larry Coker, this camp will help you become a better player.
Boys of all ages can learn about what it takes to make a basketball team great. Get your expertise directly from UTSA players and coaches. Have fun while taking part in daily competitions and games, or take part in our father-child, elite or shooting camps.
This camp for junior high, high school and AAU girls’ teams helps athletes develop skills in a fun and challenging environment. UTSA women’s basketball coaches give hands-on guidance, helping teams learn through positive, yet competitive teaching.
UTSA baseball coaches teach these youth summer camps that help players through individualized instruction, drill work, situational teaching and hitting and pitching academies. Be the next UTSA slugger by learning directly from the pros.
Whether a novice or an advanced player, the UTSA soccer academy gives students, ages 4 to 18, an edge on opponents. Held at UTSA’s new soccer stadium at Park West, take part in friendly competition and practice to develop your soccer skills.
Summer volleyball camps for 7th through 12th graders will enhance the skills of outside hitters, setters/middle blockers and teams. The camp is held at UTSA’s Convocation Center, giving players an opportunity to play on the same court as UTSA players.
Music and Band Camps
Band Camp provides entering 7th, 8th and 9th grade students with excellent music education opportunities and enjoyable extracurricular activities. Learn from some of the finest professional musicians in the South Texas area.
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This week-long intensive program gives talented young string and piano musicians between the ages of 13-18 chamber music coaching, master classes and classroom instruction from distinguished UTSA music faculty and guests.
The camp focuses on tone, technique and etudes for soloists and ensembles. The camp is open to middle and high school flute players with at least one year of flute playing experience. Rita Linard, flute professor at UTSA, teaches this week-long camp.
This workshop style camp for third through eighth graders focuses on the performing arts, both onstage and behind the scenes. Have fun while learning your craft, including acting, voice, dance, theatre history, music theory, costuming, stage properties and more.
Writing, Language and Culture Camps
The Summer Institute for K-12 teachers focuses on effective instructional strategies that promote writing and research across curriculum in the digital age. Take part in two graduate classes and gain six hours of graduate credit.
This weeklong camp offers full or half-day sessions geared toward 4th through 12th graders who love to write. Experience a college campus environment at the UTSA Downtown Campus while practicing and refining your writing skills.
This one-week camp offered by the UTSA East Asia Institute, engages kids through language, culture, cooking, and arts and crafts lessons and activities. The Japanese camp will help you experience a different summer by experiencing a different culture.
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