Summer and Winter Camps

Summer Camp 2021




Registrations for Summer Camp 2021 are scheduled to be announced and open on Feburary 9. We are optimistic it will be a great mask-free camp, but we won't know for sure until June 1st. Keep checking our website for updates. In any event, we'll be following the guidelines from the CDC and the state. What we do know is that it will be a camp like no other. We are doing our best to provide the best enviroment, an enhanced curriculum, materials and the best teachers as we always have. Rest assured that your tuition will be refunded in its entirety if anything changes and we cannot hold a camp. 


We are excited to announce our Camp Lango 2021! Camp Lango began in 2010 (See all years of camp here) and continues growing in relevance, quality, and popularity today. With us, campers understand the language, speak it, and ultimately… love it and live it! Students get to spend their summertime having fun, being engaged, and taking pretend trips to different destinations of Latin America and Europe. At Camp Lango each week is a new destination. Without lost luggage and jet lag, we are able to "visit" these places and learn about their traditions, recreation, and cuisine. Each week ends with water games for campers and a presentation for parents, family, and friends. Join us!


Apply for one of our 50% off scholarships or save 10% by registering before or on April 1st.

ATTENTION: Registration for camps is currently ON HOLD. However, we are working to add more. We recommend that basic levels and new students get registered for the first weeks of the program or preferably, all the weeks, but not to start after week 5. The program does build up and the latter part of the program is more advanced and more fun as well. More spots will be added and system will open on April 15th. 


Camp Lango


Full Day Enrollment

9:00 am to 3 pm

This year only we are offering FREE EXTENDED CARE from 3pm to 5pm Monday to Thursday and Fridays from 3 to 4pm. It's our gift to parents like you have endured and faced covid-19 like champs! 

As of Feb 18 Prices were adjusted due to less students per class and cost of new location for camp

1 week of Camp Lango (This is for reference only. Two consecutive weeks registration minimum) 



Any 2 weeks of Camp Lango


$738 ($665 before April 1st)


Any 3 weeks of Camp Lango

$1107 ($999 before April 1st)

Any 4 weeks of Camp Lango

$1476 ($1332 before April 1st)

Any 5 weeks of Camp Lango

$1845 ($1665 before April 1st)

Any 6 weeks of Camp Lango

$2214 ($1998 before April 1st)

All 7 weeks of Camp Lango

$2583 ($2331 before April 1st)

*This year, we have two 50% off scholarships. The scholarship is designed for families that are in a tight financial situation and can tell us a very compelling story of why they desire this experience for their kids. Scholarships for Camp Lango 2021 will be assigned on March 30 so families not selected for the scholarship can still get the 10% off before April 1st. Submit your application and email it to 

 Go to this link and read the suggestions we have to help you decide the best class/camp choice for your child.


Camp Lango Daily Schedule




9:00 am



10:40 am

11:30 am

12:00 pm

12:40 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

2:30 pm

3:00 pm

3:00 to 5pm 

FREE extended care

Beginning of program and welcome celebration

Group division, ice break activities, dance, daily routine


Reader’s Theater/Writing Workshops/Weekly Destination

Arts &Crafts (Theme based)

Lunch Time

Resting Time/Movie Time/ Games.

Adventure Challenge/Practical application of concepts

Music & Story Time

Review of topics of the day, end of the day celebration

End of Academic Day

FREE extended care of working families 








Location and Levels 

The Lyceum Village 


Basic (Cosmo Group), Intermediate (Luc Group) and Advanced (Lucia) Level





June 28-August 13

Sign up for at least 2 consecutive weeks


Full Day  

9am - 3pm $369/week

Extended care in the morning and afternoon are FREE of charge.


*When paying online and by card, a 2.5% convenience charge applies. Convenience Fee Waved for payments at our office paid by check or cash only. 


This year, unfortunately, we cannot host our camps at IVC as we have for 10 years. Luckily, we have found Lyceum Village. This is a state of the art facility conveniently located in the border of Irvine and Tustin by the Tustin/Irivne Market Place. Lyceum Village is an music, academics, and sports organization that like us, specializes in after-school programs during the academic year and is open for camps in the summer.  See photos below of the new space we'll occupy in the summer. Find more details of the location and instructions for parents in the "Welcome to Camp" packet that you'll receive by mid May. 








*Group Cosmo (Classroom 1): My child is 5-7 years old and has had no experience in the language or has some experience through classes, immersion schools or speaking it at home. 

*Group Luc (Classroom 2) : My child is 7-9 years old and has had no experience in the language or has some experience through classes, immersion schools or speaking it at home.  

*Group Lucia (Classroom 3) : My child is 8-12 years old and has had minimum 4 years of classes or language exposure at home or at an immersion school. Assessment for this level is required. 

If submitting your registration by mail or at the office please print your Registration Form. Submit  it no later than June 1st and only if you know there are spaces available. 




It's important to emphasize that we are not a daycare in Spanish. We are a language school interested in acquiring students of families who care about language learning, for whom we have created a comprehensive, fun, and accelerated program in the summer. As in everything, the more time and effort you put into something the better the results will be. Registrations of 2 consecutive weeks are the minimum requirement, but know that the results are very limited. Week one (no matter when you start) is a cultural shock everybody needs to go through and in week second kids are a little more adjusted but still have a long ways to go. Two weeks are never enough to understand and converse in Spanish, but at least four or five are. We do all we can and when parents are committed and as passionate as we are, magical things happen at camp! Parents of kids who haven't had much exposure, are encouraged to purchase weeks early rather than later in the program. NO week is a prerequisite for the next, in fact, all topics are different, but for those who have stayed longer, we do revisit topics from other weeks and knowledge does build up. For this reason, we do not allow registrations that start the last 2 weeks of the program. 


When you bring a child to us, you are entrusting your child to experienced professionals in the area of language teaching. Cristina holds a Bachelor in Modern Language Teaching, a Specialization in Bilingual Education, a MA in English and World Literature and is a credentialled Spanish teacher. Additionally, she is the mom of 3 fully bilingual kids. She hires only the best teachers with a genuine love for Spanish and for kids, classroom experience, and may times, they are moms of bilingual kid as well. We all walk the walk you have started or are about to start!


Summer camp is our favorite time of the year not only because it's so nice out, but also because it's very gratifying to see how much campers accomplish in only 6 weeks. In fact, a camper is able to achieve in 7 weeks, what a student at Lango accomplishes taking one class a week for a year and a half or so. That's how good we are, or better yet, that's how good those little minds are given the intensity, input, and motivation. 


Every week we give our campers a new book with all the activities we learn throughout the week. They receive it on Monday and they take it home on Fridays so parents can review concepts at home. Every day we work on a different project (crafts, cooking, building projects) and kids bring those projects home. Ask your camper about the craft; we are sure they'll have a great story to tell!


 Safety is first for us. During bathroom visits no child of ours goes to the bathroom alone and nobody is unsupervised. We all go in groups with the teachers. At times when it's not a collective bathroom break students go with Maestra Cristina herself or her assistant. This year is a special year due to the pandemic. Because of it, we'll implement tight hygene practices and usage of face masks, hand sanitizer and constant hand washing will be mandatory for teachers and campers alike. We can assure you they are safe with us



Last year we hoped to have a summer camp comparable to the one we've had for years. We had designed a great curriculum thinking by the time it started it would have been 5 months of the stay at home order and kids would benefit greatly. Little we knew it would extend this long! The curriculum and materials were used with only a third of the audince it was meant for, so this year, we will be keeping the same themes and enhancing the books and materials so a bigger audience can experience this great material. 

Each book is created by us and tailored to the specific needs of our campers' ages. Each book has about 15 pages and it comprises all the content of the week (theme, destination, a fun page, additional vocabulary). The final page of the book tells parents all the questions students are able to respond to and the vocabulary campers know by the end of the week. Collect all books this summer!



Camp Lango in Irvine is the place where your child will acquire a language, be safe, grow, and make friends while enjoying the summertime. Our theme of each week goes along with regular camp activities which culminate with a celebration and performance for parents and friends on the last day of the week. Don’t miss out! Join us for at least 2 cosecutive weeks or for the entire summer. The experience and the language acquired will never be forgotten!




Week 1: June 28- July 2 It's a Party in the USA/Una Fiesta en Estados Unidos

By the time we see the kids, USA's birthday will be in the past, but we still want to celebrate. We need a good excuse to have cake and throw a party...we all need it. Yes, this is the week we honor our country and all it represents and stands for. This holiday marks the day our great country was founded as a nation, a nation that influences the world and serves as an example of democracy and freedom for all. The Fourth of July sure is a wonderful time to celebrate family, community and the things that make our country special, but should also be a great opportunity to get creative with the kiddos. At Camp Lango, we have planned a really fun and educational week to teach children what it means to be American. We’ll show them a kid-friendly version of the Declaration of Independence, the quintessential American document. Campers will enjoy some outdoor fun and do relay races, a water balloon fight between Americans and the British and finally, we’ll do fun flag activities and learn about the heroes that helped shape this great country. Join us!

Destination of the Week: Washington DC


Week 2:  July 5- July 9 Where the Wild Things Are/ Donde Viven Los Monstruos 

Who isn’t familiar with this awesome story? People say it’s a children’s book, however, adults can’t fully comprehend the essence of this story.  Many thesis works and books have been written to try to dig into the intricate world of Max and the terrible creatures he encountered. While getting my MA in English, I took an entire class to try unveiling the mystery and I discovered there’s a lot to learn from the story than we imagine. We want to present this story to the kids this week and show the literal (for little ones who cannot comprehend quite yet) and the poetical side( as a challenge to our older students) of the story and transform our perception of it. We’ll learn about Maurice Sendak’s inspiration to write this and other stories and try to see the world and children the way he did. Sendak was playful with words and his imagination was beyond measure. Kids have also an infinite storage of imagination and our goal is to stimulate it, fold it, unfold it, challenge it, and grow it. Join us this week for a fantastically imaginative and fascinating beginning of camp.

Destination of the Week:  Peru


Week 3: July 12 - July 16 Once Upon a Time in Latin America/Erase una Vez en Latin America

Many kids are fascinated by fairy tales, folktales, tall tales, myths, ghost tales, and all kinds of stories from around the world. We've gathered up a great (and not so scary) selection of stories to wow our campers and also to teach them more about the culture of where those legends come from. Remember that Latin America is the birth place of magical realism. There are a lot of real instances that occur in towns and cities, but it’s just more fun to disguise that and make it look fantastic. The reason? Well it can be superstitions people have or the need of people to create stories to better cope with reality. This allows for an incredible array of stories that get born and transformed as they get passed down generation to generation. We’ll share with the students some stories and recreate them for parents and friends to learn and enjoy as well. Join us this week for a week of stories, imagination, and folklore!


Destination of the Week: Colombia



Week 4July 19 - July 23  Lango's Got Talent/En Lango Hay Talento

You have talent, I have talent, we all have talent! Everybody is created uniquely and in a gifted manner. Kids may not be aware of this yet, but they have a talent in the raw waiting to be found and shaped. This week we’ll present our campers with endless possibilities in which they can shine with their own light. This week they will be the ones wowing us with their talent. We’ll open the space (and the stage) for them to show us what they can do. We’ll have creators of all kinds so you can’t miss this week. Join us and take a glimpse into your child’s future, it’s a spectacle worth attending!

Destination of the Week: Puerto Rico



Week 5: July 26 - July 30  Let's Work Together/Trabajemos juntos

After a week of self-discovery, it’s only necessary to see how our own gifts and talents play along with those of others.  LangoKids Irvine wants to cultivate in our campers a team mindset since they’ll be expected to work well with others at schools and in their careers. Developing an appreciation and seeing the beauty and even the not so pretty parts of team work is important to give society a well-rounded individual.  We’ll encourage each camper to use his/her strengths to meet the team goals since, as we learned the week before, every child has something special to contribute and everyone can stand out while still maintaining a team mindset. This entire week the kids will be exposed to hands-on team projects and friendly competitions. The purpose is to build an environment with friendship and common effort because as we know, we are better together. This week will be great! Don’t miss out.

Destination of the Week: Panama


Week 6: August 2- August 6 Fun with Food/Divirtamonos con la Comida

This week we are encouraging our children to use their imagination and express it in the cooking projects we have prepared this week. We know things can get a bit messy when little hands pitch in, but it’s worth it to see our proud, confident campers tasting and showing off their culinary achievements. Our senses will be loaded this week as well as our minds as we talk about what food makes us healthier and stronger. Join us for a real treat to your taste buds, bodies, and minds!

Destination of the Week: Mexico





Week 7: August 9- August 13 Make a Splash!/ Salpica el Agua!

Every Friday we have “tamed” water games that we play with water balloons, but this year we want to get wild and let the kids design their own fun. Having a water toy isn't a requirement but it's allowed this week. We’ll have free as well as guided games. Get your water toys and your listening skills to have the best time ever! 







In the event of not holding Summer Camp 2021 a full refund will be issued to customers

Withdrawals before June 1 in the case camps are sold-out: Camp fee refunded less 10% Administrative Fee.

Withdrawals between June 2 - June 10: Camp fee refunded less 25% Administrative Fee

Withdrawals on or after June 10: Camp Tuition is non refundable.

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Join us this summer, your kids need us, we need them, and we promise you won't regret it!