Hollinsummer 2021: July 18 – 24

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Looking for an adventure this summer? Look no further than our summer programs.

Four educational summer camps combine learning and fun for rising 9th-12th-grade girls at one of Virginia’s most beautiful campuses. Campers who register and pay the nonrefundable $200 deposit by March 15 receive a 10% discount on the total camp cost.

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Group photo Hollinsummer 2019
Hollinsummer 2019 educational summer camps participants gather for a photo.


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Experiment and Explore: Summer Science Camp at Hollins

July 19-25, 2020

Love science? Explore and experiment with our skilled faculty members in chemistry, biology, and environmental studies. Walk in the shoes of an ecologist, try your hand at being a forensic scientist, and see what it’s like to do the work of a health professional. Students will walk away having learned about a broad range of topics and have gained first-hand experience both in the lab and in the field.

Experiment and Explore

Hollinsummer theatre

Hollins Theatre: caught in the act

July 19-25, 2020

At the home of the Hollins Theatre Institute, you can channel your passion for theatre by exploring acting, musical theatre, and improv—and even touch on the wizardry of theatre technology. You’ll expand your theater and vocal performance skills as you work with Hollins faculty in a unique and creative atmosphere.

Hollins Theatre: Caught in the Act

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Riders Who Are Going Places

July 19-25, 2020

Advanced riders learn from college instructors about hunter/jumper riding, barn management, and the care of horses. Campers also have access to the same amenities used by our nationally recognized riding team. The week concludes with a Saturday morning showcase and picnic farewell for parents and family members.

Ride On


Writers Who Are Going Places Start at Hollins: a Summer writing Camp for Teens

July 19-25, 2020

Looking for a creative and supportive writing community? This retreat helps high school students develop their fiction, poetry, and personal narratives. Writers’ workshops and special events with visiting authors help them hone their skills.

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