Kallpachay Spanish Adventure Camp
Join the Kallpachay flock this summer and learn Spanish with a camp twist! New this year is Kids’ Choice. Campers will craft their day by selecting from a variety of engaging activities that explore the world of art, science, sports, and more! Kallpachay Spanish Adventure Camp is an ideal synthesis of play, language learning, and cultural awareness. Campers will virtually travel to a different Spanish-speaking country or region every two weeks and will gain creative skills as they strengthen their mind while practicing their Spanish with our camp counselors. Play your way to Spanish with Kallpachay!
International School of Los Angeles West Valley Campus
5933 Lindley Ave.
Tarzana, CA 91356
International School of Los Angeles Pasadena Campus
30 N. Marion Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91106
Adat Ari El Labowe Family Day School
12020 Burbank Blvd,
Valley Village, CA 91607
New Horizon School Westside
1819 Sawtelle Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Summer Camp Dates:
June 24 - August 2, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Extended Care available from 8-9am ($40 M-F) ; Late Care 3 - 6pm ($130 M-F)
$450 per week
Sibling(s) ( 5% off per sibling); Multiple Week ($20/week discount. Applies when registering for 3 or more weeks); Refer a friend ($15 flat discount. Discount applies to the referrer)
After your register, email us with code FC2019 to receive two FREE days of after care (3-6pm).
We are so pleased to have found Kallpachay! Our 2 children have enjoyed Kallpachay Spanish immersion Summer camp for the past two summers and we have found the camps to be a great way to broaden their cultural awareness and promote bilingualism. We are looking forward to another summer of Kallpachay Spanish immersion.-- Nicholas M
I love the 100% immersion approach. It’s very effective–even I’m compelled to talk to the teachers in my broken Spanish! I’ve tried other camps where English was used part of the time, and I don’t see my kids compelled to use Spanish when they know they can get away with English. But at Kallpachay, even my younger child who had struggled with speaking Spanish responded to the teacher in Spanish, and that’s awesome! -- Lai L.