A coeducational day school serving students JK-12

About Summer at Latin

At Latin, we offer high-quality educational and recreational programs to children of all ages, from tots to teens. Our collective focus is on helping our campers and students engage with the city of Chicago. We encourage each child to pursue their passions, explore novel ideas, make new friends, connect with our community, and most of all, HAVE FUN!

Our activities are diverse and exciting, and our facilities are fabulous. Our quality programs rank us among the top summer camps in Chicago.☀️

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What People Say About Our Camps and Classes:

Thanks to Summer@Latin, my daughter is entering seventh grade with new confidence in her mathematical abilities.

- parent

I loved the people! The teachers and counselors were nice and I made some great friends. We still stay in touch even though we attend different schools.

- student

I was impressed with the quality of the teaching. The teacher appropriately geared the program at a summer-learning level with the right mix of learning and fun.

- parent


  • Summer@Latin Dates: June 20-July 29
  • Day Camp Session 1: June 20-July 8
  • Day Camp Session 2: July 11-29
  • Classes information coming soon.
  • Closed July 5 in observance of Independence Day


  • FEBRUARY 16 for Camps
  • MARCH 16 for Courses 

Frequently Asked Questions

Summer at Latin team

Meet Some of Our Extraordinary Staff

We know that staff are the heart of all we do at Summer@Latin. So we recruit and hire the most talented and dedicated people who deliver safe, well-planned days that provide the best learning experience for all our summer campers, whether they are a 5-year-old Navigator, a fifth grader in a STEAM camp, or a tenth grader studying Introduction to Computer Science. Each student is met as an individual, and valued as a member of our community of learners.

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"I think the value of summer opportunities is that students have a chance to spend concentrated amounts of time in an area of interest, which allows them to dig deep and expand their knowledge."

Fiona Deeney
Art in Architecture, Wearable Tech
Latin Lower School Computer Science and Technology Integration Specialist

What are your guiding principles?
Provide students hands-on opportunities to try new skills; create a space that is safe and encourages risk-taking; facilitate a way for  students to innovate and create within an activity.

What are your favorite things about Summer at Latin? 
I enjoy working with students of different ages in one camp; providing children opportunities to make choices and design their own learning experiences as part of the specialty camps.

"Summer learning for me is all about the social aspect. It's helping teach children how to interact with each other, their likes and dislikes, and how to be a part of a group."

Janyl Romero
Camp Coordinator
Latin School Kindergarten assistant teacher and Extended Day Team Leader

What's the best advice you've received?

Be kind to yourself.

What makes Summer@Latin special?  

My favorite thing about Summer@Latin are the relationships I build with my team and my campers over the years. I love when I see familiar faces returning each summer as well as getting to know new people. 

"I believe summer learning brings students the ability to continue learning academically, creatively and socially."

Marie Adams
Senior Counselor
Latin Junior Kindergarten Teacher

What makes Summer@Latin special?  

My favorite thing about Summer@Latin is the many ways in which we are able to continue educating, learning and exploring while using various outdoor spaces to continue learning over the summer.

What are your guiding principles?

My guiding principles are:

  1. Every child is unique and we can all learn something new from each other.
  2. Everyone learns differently and teachers may need to adapt or alter their lessons accordingly.
  3. Teaching children about community and how to be useful outside of the classroom is essential.
  4. Always put yourself in someone else's shoes--we can always learn from another person's experiences.

"I believe summer allows children and youth opportunities for learning new skills and making new friends."

Tony Pascolla
Intermediate Camps Director
Latin Physical Education Faculty & Coach

What are your guiding principles?
Always carry yourself with Integrity and Respect

What are your favorite things about Summer at Latin? 
My favorite thing about Summer@Latin is Wednesday Choice Day. 



Contact Us

Questions? We would love to hear from you.

Summer at Latin
Latin School of Chicago
59 W. North Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60610-1492

312.582.6080 phone
312.582.6081 fax

Catherine Curry
Chase Mangioni
Chase Mangioni
Program Director
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