What Sets Us Apart From Other Camps?
Moms Lead the Way
Founded and operated by dedicated African American homeschool moms, KCC has a hands-on approach to education that sets us apart from the rest.
We See the Bigger Picture
At KCC, we believe that a broadened sense of awareness and recognition of the cultures around us is something that shouldn’t come at a premium or prohibitive cost.
Parents Trust the Journey
For over a decade, KCC has provided culturally enhancing educational experiences to more than 1,000 children in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area and around the world.
Watch our welcome video below to see how we’re cultivating lifelong learners each summer.
KCC offers spring and summer camps during the months of April, June, and July with weekday morning and evening hours. We have a variety of cultural themes, enrichment activities, and off-site educational experiences to build well-rounded lifelong learners.
We believe that inspiring children to celebrate diversity helps to alleviate societal prejudices. When children understand and appreciate each other, they make this world better. We’re on a mission to cultivate that appreciation for and in every child.
Ready to prepare your child today to thrive in tomorrow’s global society?
Summer 2020 Camp Registration Opens in January!
Our 2020 KCC curriculum is set to be the best one yet! In signature hands-on KCC style, Campers will explore the dynamic cultures of Mozambique, Belize, Tanzania and France. Drop your name and email address below to get on the 2020 Spring Break and Summer Camp interest list. You’ll be the first to receive pre-registration information and discounts before enrollment opens to the public.
What Parents Are Saying:
“This is a fabulous program with engaged teachers and wonderful children. The entire experience is well organized, beginning with registration until the end of camp.”
“I don’t know of any other camp like it! My kids explore and learn about new places and cultures and have lots of fun at the same time. They can’t wait for camp to start and are sad when it’s over! It is one of the highlights of their summer every year.”
“It is a dynamic learning environment that is nurturing, educational, and engaging in a spirit of excellence.”
News & Spotlight
Each summer, KCC brings together campers from different ethnic backgrounds, underprivileged children whose families would otherwise not be able to afford camp, and campers from communities whose families have not traditionally sent their children to a “cultural” camp...