Summer has arrived! Busy moms have a new tool to help us navigate summer experiences!
Blueprint4SummerCO, a free, easy-to-use, mobile-friendly website for parents with school-aged children 3-18, not only makes searching for camps easy it’s now making it more affordable by helping you find free classes for kids! We know from studies
Blueprint4SummerCO, brought to Colorado by ReSchool, provides an organized, searchable way to access more than 4,000 summer classes, camps and activity programs for children in the Denver Metro area. Over half of the listings on Blueprint4SummerCO are free or low-cost and 62% offer scholarships helping to ensure that cost isn’t a barrier to access for families. In addition, ReSchool raised $65,000 in scholarship money and helped unlock scholarships available through camp providers for kids that need it.
Watch this easy overview and discover how easy it is to use the site!
Parents can search for activities on Blueprint4SummerCO based on any number of preferences such as age, gender, interests, cost and zip code – even special considerations such as sessions for students with disabilities or gifted students, those offering before and after care, or that have scholarships available. The website can be displayed in multiple languages through Google Translate and provides information about day camps, sleep-away camps and sports camps; art, music and science programs; free activities, and academic enrichment courses.
New this year, the Blueprint4SummerCO website now includes a database of opportunities for high school-aged students preparing for college. The College Prep national database is accessible through Blueprint4SummerCO and lists thousands of opportunities in Colorado and across the U.S. For example, students can attend experiences to prepare for college-level music courses, conduct research on a topic of interest, find a paid internship, join a community service institute to earn college credit, take a dance or swim camp to prepare for college-level competitions, learn about college admissions and living, and prepare for ACT or SAT tests.