Summer Camp Resources
- Camp Guide from Washington Parent Magazine
- Summer Camp Resources for Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia
- Camps at Washington Area Museums
- American Camp Association
- Family Education
- DC Camps - DC Parks and Recreation summer camps
- Smithsonian Associates - The Smithsonian Institution's guide to their summer activities
- Arlington County - The Department of Camps, Recreation, and Cultural Resources lists County summer camps.
- Fairfax County Park Authority - Website for summer camps in Fairfax County.
- Falls Church Camps - Website for summer camps in Falls Church.
- Prince William County Park Authority - Guide to summer programs and camps in Prince William County.
- Montgomery County - Montgomery County Park and Planning Guide to Summer Camps.
- Prince George's County - Department of Parks and Recreation summer camps and programs.
- Frederick County - Visitors to this website can browse a complete list of offerings.
- Howard County - Department of Recreation and Parks Summer Camp Guide.
Summer Programs at Boarding Schools
- Association of Boarding Schools (Search ‘Summer Camps’)
- WorkLife4You - WorkLife4You (formerly IQ:Information Quest) is the Department of State's information, resource and referral service for dependent care, personal health and well-being. They can develop a personalized list of summer camps for members. All permanent Department of State employees and their family members are eligible to use the service. WorkLife4You is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For login information, contact FLO at FLOAskEducation@state.gov, or contact WorkLife4You directly at (866) 552-4748 / TTY: (800) 873-1322. Other USG agencies also subscribe to WorkLife4You's programs - check with your work/life office.
- ADDitude – Annual guide to camps and schools for children with learning differences.
- Summer 365 - Find a list of advisors committed to finding the best summer experience for your child.
FLO Weblinks for Education Options for Foreign Service Children (K-12)
Education Options Main Page
Homeschooling and Online Education
Homework Help Online
Choices for High School: IB and AP
Public Schools in the Washington, DC Area
Private Schools in the Washington, DC Area