of Greater Santa Barbara


Girls Inc. offers an exciting Summer Day Camp program in an all-girl, pro-girl environment that focuses on developing new skills, engaging in experiential learning activities, and exploring creativity. Girls participate in daily classes as well as adventurous field trips and team-building activities that complement their classes. Additional focus on self-confidence, communication, resilience, leadership development, and social development and play, supports whole-girl development. The summer program includes STEM activities, sports, literacy, dance, art, computers, gardening, gymnastics, cooking, field trips, and more. With a 14:1 girl-to-staff ratio, girls enjoy trusting relationships with their mentors.


June 18-August 10

Monday-Friday, 7:30AM-6PM

Grades TK-6

Part-time (2 days or less per week)

Full-time (3 days or more per week)

Girls may register for an individual week or the entire summer, depending upon availability at the time of registration.

Annual Girls Inc. Membership Fee: $50/girl


Part-time (2 days or less per week): $115/week

Full-time (3 days or more per week): $210/week


Girls Inc. offers sibling discounts and financial assistance to qualifying families.

Enrollment is ongoing based on availability. Please complete your registration packet and drop it off to the appropriate center. Contact your center directly with any questions. Our Membership Coordinators are happy to assist you in the enrollment process. Sibling discounts and financial assistance may be available for qualifying families.

2018 Summer Camp Program

Summer Enrollment Packet
Paquete de Registracion


Financial Assistance Application

Asistencia Financiera Disponible


Teen Programs

Discover our summer program for teens!

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I am more successful because of Girls Inc. because I was a really shy person who was just on the side and didn’t talk at all. I got here and opened up. I am a really loud person but I was hiding it and Girls Inc. helped me be myself and not care as much about what other people think.

Sarahi, age 14