Monarch Camps provides campers with a fun and enriching environment where growth is a natural outcome of participation. The sports and activities we offer facilitate the development of cooperation, creativity, motor skills and sportsmanship among campers. Camp traditions and inclusion are tools that we use to cultivate a family environment. We strive to be a positive influence on a camper’s growth from childhood through their teen and adult years.
Being a leading day camp in Los Angeles, California since 1971 has allowed us to perfect the art of delivering a kid-friendly and parent-approved experience across all of our services. Operating on 105 acres, our facility includes an Olympic sized aquatics complex, two gymnasiums, a gymnastics complex, a football stadium, a soccer field, a running track, two basketball courts, a softball field, three tennis courts, a newly renovated baseball field, an archery range, an arts & crafts facility, water slides, inflatable obstacle courses, bounce houses, a Photo Booth, recreation rooms for exciting science lessons and experiments, a fully outfitted kitchen for cooking activities, two game rooms, a dance studio, a rock wall, a performing arts auditorium, and THE BEST COUNSELORS EVER!
Classic Day Camp: Our longest running and most popular camp option where campers participate in Theatre games, arts & crafts, fun activities and play a variety of sports (such as, basketball, tennis, soccer and more). In this camp option, we really focus on building a strong sense of camp tradition and community through singing, dancing, dress-up, weekly field trips, and themed special event days.
A 24-hour, on-campus Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Substation, and Los Angeles Fire Department station less then 3 minutes away, maintain the safe environment of our campus at all times. No camp has a safer, more complete physical facility than Monarch Camps. All of our regular activities are held on our campus creating minimal transition time between activities.
Community Services at Los Angeles City College is a not-for-credit program that offers classes, workshops, seminars, clinics, field-trips and other offerings open to the community and supported by the fees paid by students attending each offering.
Los Angeles City College empowers students from the diverse communities it serves to achieve their educational and career goals by providing learner-centered pathways to success through transfer, career and technical education, and foundational skills programs