Looking for summer camps and programs that are educational, motivational and fun? St. Petersburg College and community partners host affordable summer camps and programs for elementary and middle school students. You can also check out summer programs hosted by the Science Center of Pinellas.

SPC Theater Summer Campu for college and high school students: Fiddler on the Roof

SPC Theater Summer Camp

High school and college students can join SPC's Theater Summer Camp May 28-June 30. Students can participate on the technical or performance side as they produce a musical.

Summer of Success

The Summer of Success (SOS) Program is a 6-week "introduction to college" program for graduating seniors from Pinellas County high schools.

Make, Break, Tinker and Code

Make, Break, Tinker and Code

This new one-week summer day camp at SPC's Tarpon Springs Campus is for kids ages 10-12. The camp offers fun opportunities for participants to design devices, learn coding and do physical computing.

Partner summer programs

St. Petersburg College provides support or services for the following summer programs.

Operation Graduate

Operation Graduate provides entering high school seniors with educational opportunities with a focus on life and financial skills that develop a foundation for success.

Youth Development Program

The Pinellas Opportunity Council (POC) Youth Development Program work to equip low-income, academically-talented youth ages 14-15 with workforce readiness, leadership and financial literacy skills.


Junior Achievement and CareerSource Pinellas (formerly WorkNet Pinellas) provides a four-week summer program on five St. Petersburg College campuses for students ages 14-17. The program provides hands-on activities in various career industries, workplace readiness training, teambuilding, goal setting, personal motivation and job shadowing site visit experiences in fields related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

Italy Study Abroad

The Italy study abroad program is designed to have Early College, St. Petersburg Collegiate High School, and Dual Enrollment students earn both high school and college credits by completing World Religions and/or International Relations while immersed within the Italian culture.