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El Pueblo Spanish Camp 2020

una comunidad — una aventura — un campamento de verano a community — an adventure — a summer camp

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Three Night Mini Camp: June 10 – June 13, 2020

Open to campers currently in kindergarten through 5th grade.
$600 Tuition Assistance Available

Six Night Main Camp: June 14 – June 20, 2020

Open to campers currently in 3rd through 11th grade.
$1000 Tuition Assistance Available

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“I think that people most definitely need to know that this camp is amazing! And I’m going to remember the counselors and the new friends I made and the good times I had.” — El Pueblo Camper 2019

“I know that my child has grown not only as a Spanish Language Learner, but also in empathy and understanding of other people, their cultures, their backgrounds, and their experiences.” — Camper Parent 2019

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