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Cost of Summer Programs
Hi there, We are trying to figure out what we can afford to pay for a new house when the kids go to elementary school. My husband and I both work so I figure we will be paying for after care, and summer camp. Can anyone give me a general idea of how much these things cost? Or, where to go to find out? We will probably be living in Oakland or Berkeley when the time comes (but could be Alameda, Albany or Kensington too). Thank you!
Here are Summer 1996 costs of some summer programs I know about. Most of these have extended day care for an additional cost. -- Ginger * City of Berkeley Recreation Programs 644-6530 All fees are on sliding scale, camperships available. Fee shown is highest These camps fill quickly so call in Feb/March to find out registration date - Berkeley Day Camp (Marina, Tilden) ages 6-13 1-week session: $57 (residents $61 (non-residents) - Fun Camps (local parks: Willard, Live Oak, Albrier) ages 6-13 1-week sessions - call Park office for details * East Bay School of Arts 652-3727 grades K-8 N. Berkeley music, drama, art, etc. 3 week session: $525 full day 9-5 * Cal Adventures 642-4000 ages 10-17 Berkeley Marina sailing, rockclimbing, kayaking 1 week session: $270 full day 8-4 $85-$120 half days * Strawberry Canyon ages 4-16 UC Berkeley campus swim, tennis, gym, football, fencing, you name it 2 week session: $180 full day 9-4 $90 half day 9-12 or 1-4 * Lawrence Hall of Science camps 642-5134 ages 6-14 astronomy, chemistry, biology, etc. 1 week session: $440 9-4 * Academic Talent Development Program 642-8308 El Cerrito (K-6 grade) UCB campus (7-12 grade) math, science, literature, etc. 3 week session $330 4 half days a week (K-6)
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