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CAMP S'MORE provides a variety of enrichment opportunities for students entering K through High School. Developed to suit students with varied needs and their siblings, the program features a learning environment equipped to promote academic growth, individuality, and social learning. Campers participate in teacher-led activities in order to differentiate and reinforce skills and content.  


Campers are exposed to reading, writing, math, and science skills daily giving the campers an academic boost or strengthening of skills during the camp day.  By using a hands-on, interactive approach, the campers will be ensured a smooth transition into the upcoming school year. 


Furthermore, Camp S'More provides a variety of fun and interactive activities enhancing the camper's experience. Activities include but are not limited to swimming, fitness, cooking, sports, dance, arts and crafts, social pragmatics, day trips, special events, and overnights. 





  • Students with mild to high developmental and intellectual disabilities

  • Students must demonstrate independence in self-care skills in toileting and eating

  • Students who display non-aggressive behaviors to self or others

  • Students entering Kindergarten through High School (K-12th)

  • Students must be able to function in a classroom setting with a ratio of 1: 5 




WEEK 1 - June 15 - June 19

WEEK 2 - June 22 - June 26

WEEK 3 - June 29 - July 03

WEEK 4 - July 06 - July 10 

WEEK 5 - July 13 - July 17

WEEK 6 - July 20 - July 24

WEEK 7 - July 27 - July 31


Morning Care: $31.25 per week 

*Minimum two weeks registration is required to register in camp. 


Camp Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $250.00 per week


For more information, please contact

Felix Cardenas at (786) 856.6217 or

email Johana Sarmiento at


Be Unique Academy Prep. Inc. admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.