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Posted: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 11:00 pm

Youth summer programs offered by some Tucson's schools, businesses and institutions. Check Web sites for more information, or call for programs and schedules offered.




Dewhirst-Catalina Branch Library

15631 N. Oracle Road

(520) 825.9541


Dusenberry-River Branch Library

5605 E. River Road

(520) 791-4979


Geasa-Marana Branch Library

13370 N. Lon Adams Road

(520) 682-4216


Nanini Branch Library

7300 N. Shannon Road

(520) 791-4626


Oro Valley Public Library

1305 W. Naranja Drive

(520) 229-5300





Amphitheater Public Schools

701 W. Wetmore Road

(520) 696-5000


Ascension Lutheran School

1220 W. Magee Road

(520) 297-3095


Beautiful Savior Academy

7570 N. Thornydale Road

(520) 579-1452


Casas Christian School

10801 N. La Cholla Blvd.

(520) 297-0922


Catalina Foothills Community Schools

4300 E. Sunrise Drive

(520) 577-5304 or

(520) 577-5090, ext. 1110



Summer Y.E.S. Flowing Wells Extension Programs, Inc.

2200 W. Wetmore Road

(520) 293-8210


K.I.D.S. Journey Ministries

4700 N. Swan Road

(520) 299-1660


Children's House of Books

2624 N. 1st Ave.

(520) 822-8211


Faith Community Academy

Preschool – 6th grade

(520) 742-4189


Hermosa Montessori School

12051 E. Fort Lowell Road

(520) 749-5518


Immaculate Heart High School

625 E. Magee Road

(520) 297-2851


International School of Tucson

1730 N. 1st Ave.

(520) 406-0552


KidzArt Tucson

Locations throughout town

(520) 495-4952


Khalsa School

3701 E. River Road

(520) 529-3611


Marana Unified School District Community Schools

11279 W. Grier Road #108

(520) 352-7012">


Marana Unified School District

(520) 616-6354 or (520) 682-1038


Mathnasium of Oro Valley

1335 W. Lambert Lane #145

(520) 297-3548



Music and Dance

7954 Oracle Road or

4811 E. Sunrise Drive

(520) 219-9955 or (520) 327-2303


Pima Community College  Pima for Kids

(520) 206-6444



Project STAR Flowing Wells Extension Programs, Inc.

4545 N. La Cholla Blvd.

(520) 887-2600


Mad Science of Pima County

2325 W. Sunset Road

(520) 733-7000


Sonoran Science Academy

2325 W. Sunset Road

(520) 665-3430


St. Francis in the Foothills United Methodist Church

4625 E. River Road

(520) 299-9063


St. Gregory College Prep

3231 N. Craycroft Road

(520) 327-6395


The Learning Lab

7400 N. Oracle Road

(520) 797-1875


The Tutoring Center

12090 N. Thornydale Road

(520) 579-3300


Tutoring Solutions

(520) 250-9014


Arizona Youth University

888 N. Euclid Ave.

(520) 621-7724


The University Of Arizona Flandrau Science Center

UA Campus at NE corner of Cherry and E. University Blvd.

(520) 621-7827

Now open 7 days a week!


Tucson Waldorf School

3349 E. Presidio Road/

3605 E. River Road

(520) 325-5514





Batters Box

6800 N. Camino Martin

(520) 579-6691

Baseball/softball clinics


Center Stage Dance Studio

10555 N. La Cañada Drive

(520) 498-0093


Creative Dance Arts

5741 N. Oracle Road

(520) 887-5658


Junior Golf Camp

The Practice Tee

4050 Costco Drive

(520) 977-4891


El Conquistador Tennis Camps & Summer  Programs

El Conquistador Country Club

10555 N. La Cañada Drive

(520) 544-1780 or (520) 544-1910


Gymboree Play & Music Center

215 W. Giaconda Way #161

(520) 721-7722


Head to Tails Riding School

9151 N. Camino De Anza

(520) 544-9666


Ironwood Ridge Volleyball Camps


Marana Parks and Recreation

(520) 382-1950



Northwest  YMCA

7770 N. Shannon Road

(520) 229-9001


Rocks and Ropes

330 E. Toole Ave. #400

(520) 882-5924


Sean Miller Basketball Camp

(520) 621-2430


Town of Oro Valley Parks and Recreation

(520) 229-5050


AZ Desert Dolphins Swim Team

Synchronized swimming

(520) 907-5631


YMCA Triangle Y Ranch Camp  and Retreat Center           

(520) 622-YMCA (9622)





Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

2021 N. Kinney Road

(520) 883-3034


International  Wildlife Museum

4800 W. Gates Pass Road

(520) 629-0100


T Rex Science Museum

3861 N. Oracle Road

(520) 888-0746


Junior Ranger Day Camps

Saguaro National Park,

Rincon Mountain District

(520) 733-5153


Tucson Botanical Gardens

2150 N. Alvernon Way

(520) 326-9686

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