512-878-0640 | 211 Lee Street | San Marcos, Texas

2022 Summer Camps​

Centro Summer Camps Begin Tuesday, June 14th!

Register for Summer Classes!  Email or Call 512-878-0640.

Classes will run Tuesday - Friday.  Register for each week attending.  Must be able to attend full week.  Class size limited. 

ArtSpace & Camp Ole Classes to run:
June 14 - June 17 

June 21 - June 24

June 28 - July 1
July 5 - July 8
July 12 - July 15
July 19 - July 22
July 26 - July 29
August 2 - August 5

ArtSpace Classes - class size limited.

​Class explores the many different ways one can be creative and imaginative.

Each class is different and exciting and at no cost!
Weekly classes, Tuesday - Friday, 10am to 11:30am
Open to students 3 to 5 years old, 6 to 9 years old & 10 to Teen
Weekly classes, Tuesday - Friday, 4pm to 5pm
Open to students 3 to 5 years old & 6 to 9 years old
Camp Ole - class size limited.
Weekly classes, Tuesday - Friday, 1pm to 4pm
Open to students 6 to 11 years old

Piano One on one instruction 

$15/half hour or by scholarship, must have piano or keyboard to practice at home, new students will be enrolled for two classes per week. 

Open to students 6 to 16 years old

These camps are made possible through funding from the City of San Marcos, the San Marcos Arts Commission and The Burdine Johnson Foundation.

Youth Mariachi

Tuesday & Thursday - 10am to 11:30am

Session 1 - June 14 - July 8

Session 2 - July 12 - August 5

Incoming 4th - 8th graders

Must register & attend full session.

$100 per Session - Pay at Centro office

Limited scholarships available

Student must provide own instrument.

Scratch Maker Camp
Monday - Friday, July 11 - 15, 9am to 4pm, no cost!
Open to San Marcos CISD incoming 5th & 6th graders
Students accepted to Scratch Maker Camp agree to attend each day.  Parents will sign a learning research release for Dr. Ashford-Hanserd and the ACCEYSS Network.
Activities include computer coding and machines that make art and tell stories. Learning focuses on building STEAM skills, community learning skills, and individual empowerment.

Scratch Maker Camp 2022 builds an inquiry-based mindset that encourages innovation, grit, and sharing.
Families Learning Together (FLT) is a community education project that teaches computational thinking through art, storytelling, and citizen science. FLT offers coding workshops (we call them playshops!) and maker clubs at San Marcos elementary schools, the library, and Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos. FLT also offers teacher education workshops at the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District (SMCISD), and elsewhere.

This camp is sponsored by:
Families Learning Together, Dr. Sean Justice, Director

Come Join Us!

Gloria Salazar, Program Coordinator
Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos