The age-appropriate curriculum focuses on math and reading skills enrichment.  Students also engage in Discovery – experiential learning activities designed to promote critical thinking and exposure to the arts, nature, science and technology.  Registration for the Saturday Institute is held in July for the fall session and November for the spring session.

The AnBryce Foundation partners with the George Washington University Nashman Center for Civic Engagement, DC Reads program.  As an organization committed to educational achievement, AnBryce partners with DC Reads to work towards its goal of improving the reading proficiency of all elementary students in Washington, D.C.

College students majoring in Education and the social sciences are encouraged to apply for positions at both Camp Dogwood and the Saturday Institute.

For more information, you may send an email to


2017 Spring Dates

February 4 through April 22.  The program does not meet March 19 or April 15.


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