ISA Summer Camp {giveaway!!!}



Are you looking for a camp that is unique, educational and exciting for your child this summer?

International School of Arizona (ISA) in Scottsdale is offering an amazing summer camp that will introduce your child to foreign languages and cultures in a super fun environment.

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ISA is a local private school that has a wonderful reputation for offering a truly unique education and amazing teachers. View the Summer Camp Postcard here for more information about the camp and all the fun activities planned.

Crazy summer schedule? No problem!

There are three separate camp sessions available AND you can sign your child up for one week, one whole session or pick your own schedule, they will accommodate you!   Plus they have half days, full days and extended-care available. (Hooray!)

Camps Available:

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Age 2 – 3:       Multi-Cultural Camp
Age 4 – 6:        Choice of French or Spanish
Ages 7 – 10:    Multi-Cultural Camp

For more information or to register your child, contact Elke Duncan (480)-874-2326.

Registration materials can be found here.



TWO!! lucky SMB readers will win one week session of full day camp this summer at ISA valued at $245 each.   

Contest Rules & Entry

* One entry per person, per entry method. Only local Arizona residents are eligible to win.

1) COMMENT: Leave a comment below letting us know why you would like to win this prize?
2) FACEBOOK IT: Follow Scottsdale Moms Blog and International School of Arizona on Facebook, then leave a comment here on the blog letting us know you did.

Contest closes at midnight, May 2nd. The giveaway winner will be randomly drawn on Saturday, May 3rd and will be notified by email. Good luck!

International School of Arizona sponsored this post for Scottsdale Moms Blog. Thanks to ISA for their support of SMB.   


  1. I would love to have my daughter try out a week’s worth of camp as we do the school tour. I also want the exposure for her to be multilingual.

  2. I would love to win this for my daughter so she could learn more of another language and spend time with peers for a week during the summer.

  3. My 2 1/2 year old LOVES to talk and I would love for him to be exposed to other languages and cultures!

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