of Greater Santa Barbara

Thank you for joining us! We will see you next summer!

Girls Inc. offers an exciting summer enrichment day camp program that supports whole-girl development. In our empowering all-girl, pro-girl environment, girls are free to focus on developing leadership and life skills, engage in hands-on minds-on experiential learning activities, and explore their curiosity and creativity. The summer program includes STEM activities, sports and movement, literacy, art, gardening, cooking, and more!

With a 14:1 girl-to-staff ratio, girls enjoy trusting relationships with their mentors.

Our summer program operates in accordance with CDC and Santa Barbara County COVID-19 safety protocols.
Girls Inc. successfully and safely ran summer camps in 2020 and has been holding in-person all-day remote learning support and afterschool programming in 2021.

Enhanced health and safety protocols

Questions? Call us at (805) 963-4757 or contact us

Session 1: June 21-July 16 (FULL – Waitlist)

Session 2: July 19-August 13 (TK-6 FULL – Waitlist, Teens have space remaining)

Monday-Friday, 8 AM-4 PM

We regret we are unable to offer an extended day option during COVID-19.

Grades TK-6

Register for one session or both!

Parents will need to provide a sack lunch each day. Girls Inc. will provide snacks.

Registration Fee: $35 / child

$900 / 4-week session

Session 1 fees due in full by June 4

Session 2 fees due in full by July 2

Girls Inc. offers a 10% sibling discount and financial assistance to qualifying families.

Financial Assistance Application /Aplicación de Asistencia Financiera

2021 Summer Registration PacketPaquete de Registración de Verano

Financial Assistance Application /Aplicación de Asistencia Financiera

Please email your completed registration packet to info@girlsincsb.org with “Summer Program Registration” in the subject line.

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of Girls Inc. girls and teens say they learn they can do anything boys can do.



of Girls Inc. girls and teens say at Girls Inc., they get the chance to be a leader.