All 2019 summer camp sessions have ended.
Summer Camp 2020 will be announced in January 2020.

About CCBG's Chinese Immersion Summer Camp:

Our annual Chinese Immersion Summer Camp offers a great chance for children to consolidate what they have learned during the previous academic year and to put-to-use their acquired language skills as well as to expand them.

Students will be divided into small groups of 4-5 students based on their Chinese skill levels. Mandarin is exclusively used with the more advanced groups, and Mandarin is supplemented with limited amount of English at the lower levels. Our teacher-to-student ratio will be 1:4 or 1:5. Besides our regular teachers, we will also have other Mandarin-speaking counselors from an array of fields guiding our students. Such counselors will consist of professionals (such as: scientists, artists, athletes) with the support of native Mandarin-speaking College or High School students. 

Please send us an inquiry form to schedule an interview with us, or click here to check out our School Year Classes.


want to know more about our 2018 summer camp?

Read all about it here from an essay by Gisela:

Summer Camp NYC 2019



Themed Activities (Activities vary each year)

  • June Session—Junior Chinese Chef

  • Session 1—Junior Chinese Chef

  • Session 2—Explore Coastal-China Through Art

Routine Activities 

  • Ping Pong (Table Tennis)

  • Chinese Calligraphy

  • Chinese Chess

  • Chinese cuisine cooking lessons

  • Field Trips

June Session: Closed
Session 1: Closed
Session 2: Waitlist
(To join our waitlist, please contact us.)

Good news! Due to popular demand, we have opened a NEW summer camp session in June. Our “June Session” will be a single-week camp featuring the same theme as our Session 1—Junior Chinese Chef.



Single-Week: 6/24 (M) to 6/28 (F)



Week 1: 7/8 (M) to 7/12 (F)

Week 2: 7/15 (M) to 7/19 (F)



Week 3: 7/22 (M) to 7/26 (F)

Week 4: 7/29 (M) to 8/2 (F)


Camp Time: 

9:00am to 3:00pm (Mon to Fri) Drop-off can be as early as 8:30am

  • 2019 Summer Camp registration is by session, please see below for details.

  • Space is limited per session.

  • A site visit and interview is required for any new enrollees to our program. Please fill out an inquiry form to schedule a visit.


  • Early Bird: $625 per week (Must register by February 1st.)

  • Priority Enrollment: $675 per week (Register between February 2nd to March 15th)

  • Regular Price: $725 per week (Register after March 15th)

  • June Session— A food materials fee of $50 will be added to cover ingredients.

  • Session 1— A food materials fee of $50 per week will be added to cover ingredients.

  • Session 2— An art materials fee of $50 per week will be added to cover art supplies.


Our Summer Camp NYC program will be hosted at our main location in midtown Manhattan in the heart of Korea-town. The site is conveniently located with easy access to the following public transportations:


Herald Square 34th Street —B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, W trains (3 minutes walk)

34th Street Penn Station —1, 2, 3, A, C, E trains (4 to 5 minutes walk)

33rd Street — 6 train (5 minutes walk)

NJ Path:

33rd Street — Journal Square and Hoboken-33rd Street lines (3 minutes walk)


Penn Station (10 minutes walk)

Metro-North Railroad:

Grand Central Station (15 minutes walk)

INTERESTED? Have a question?

Please contact us to schedule an interview or visit, or to ask us any questions you may have. The fastest way is by submitting an inquiry form.



Summer 2018: Journey To The West

Following the spirit of our 2017 Silk Road theme, our campers studied tales and adventures from the famous Chinese classic —Journey to the West—which depicts the real-life journey of the Tang Monk (with some added magical elements) traveling westward in search of enlightenment and knowledge from the Buddhist scrolls. A few chosen stories were made into plays, supported by the wonderful performances of our campers and their creative props and backgrounds.

For an in-depth look into this year’s camp, we welcome you to read our essay.

Part 1/5 -Birth of the Monkey King (猴王出世)

Part 2/5 - Monkey King Wrecks Havoc in the Heavenly Palace (孙悟空大闹天宫)

Part 3/5 - Tang Seng Takes in Disciples (唐僧收徒)

Part 4/5 - Thrice Defeats of the White-Bone Demon (三打白骨精)

Part 5/5 - A few words from our students' theater instructor: Michael Leibenluft


Summer 2017: Silkworms & The Silk Road

Our campers dived into the art of raising silkworms and the long history behind these amazing creatures. They also put together an interactive play that highlighted the major stops along the Silk Road that connected ancient China and the West.

A summary of our session 2 camper's two-week Silk Road theatre project.

A summary of our session 1 camper's two-week silkworm raising project.


Summer 2015: A Play About Chinese Dialects

A short synopsis of our 2015 Summer Camp.