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Hillsborough summer camps

Tampa Prep Summer Programs: The Tampa Preparatory School will hold summer programs for boys and girls in the Tampa Bay area. Camp Terrapin will offer coeducational, sports and fine arts camps for children entering grades 1-8. The school will also offer academic and enrichment courses, robotics camps and sports camps for different age levels. Dates and prices vary by camp. Camp Terrapin begins June 3. For information or to register, visit

Science and engineering camps: TechPlayzone is offering summer camps for children ages 8-14. Camp activities include Lego robotics, Minecraft and Movie Making. Sessions run from June 17 to Aug. 2 from 9 a.m. to noon. at the Homeschool Resource Center, 307 S Parsons Ave., Brandon. Campers may attend one week or all four weeks. There will be a parents' presentation each Friday at 11:30 a.m. The cost is $100 per week for Heat Homeschool members and $125 per week for others. Camp is limited to 20 students per week. Registration forms are available online at by clicking on "Summer Camps." For information, call (813) 684-7329.

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