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Headfirst Camps Ready for Serious Fun this Summer on Episcopal High School Campus


The popular Headfirst Camp has come to Alexandria, and will be setting up its equipment and summer dream-filling operation on the expansive campus of Episcopal High School off Quaker Lane.

“My sons have been attending Headfirst Summer Camps for three summers now, and they love them! The counselors and instruction are top-notch, and my boys always come home with smiles and great stories…year after year!”-MISSY C.

Headfirst Summer Camps strive to inspire the personal best in their campers each and every day. Recognizing every camper is different and every “best” is different, they design their camps to inspire passions, ignite excitement and help campers find the finest inside themselves. They pride their mission as being uniquely geared to meet your camper where they are on their developmental journey and provide the tools and experiences for lasting memories and fun.


Headfirst camps provide a variety of activities in a supportive and nurturing environment. The Junior Day Camp (rising Pre-K) and Day Camp (rising K and 1st grade) use a unique weekly theme to tell a specific story through which campers learn independence and school readiness while participating in activities such as arts & crafts, music & movement, STEM and camp games.


Headfirst’s Multi-Sport camp (rising K to 6th grade) is a best seller and teaches young athletes of all abilities the importance of teamwork and resiliency around themes such as March Madness, Stanley Cup, World Series and more. The STEM camp (rising K to 6th grade) digs deep into subjects such as robotics, coding and forensics and ignite energy and excitement in the campers.

The Connect. Create. Discover camp (rising 2nd to 6th grade) allows campers to work in teams through themes such as Medieval Mayhem and Arctic Adventures.

No matter the age of the camper, Headfirst Summer Camps has a program that will inspire them, support them and help them soar!

This is the fourth local campus for the group—their other long-standing exclusive locations include St. Albans & National Cathedral School (Georgetown), The Flint School (Oakton) and the Mater Dai School (Bethesda). For registration and more details visit








Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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