Youth Classes & Camps
The Spokane School of Improv specializes in designing classes and camps that cater to youth ages 8 - 12 and teenagers. We offer a dynamic and creative environment where they can express their imagination, build confidence, and have fun while learning improv. Whether your child is a budding performer or simply looking for a fun and engaging way to develop life skills, our diverse programs provide the perfect platform to foster creativity, teamwork, and self-expression.
Led by experienced faculty, our camps provide a supportive and inclusive environment where students can try out new skills, take risks in their learning, and have a blast doing it.
Does your child like using their imagination? Laughing? Making new friends? Want to see them grow in self-confidence or being a little less shy?
Our week-long camp options are for your child. Click on the learn more button to see all of our camps for 8-12 year olds. Camps are available in the summer, during winter break, and at other times throughout the year.
Monthly Kids Improv Workshops
When your 8–12-year-old participates in our monthly workshops they learn the building blocks of improvisational theater! Each workshop will focus on a different aspect of improv and having fun with improv. Each workshop is a stand-alone experience so kids may enroll at any time.
Our improv camps are designed for teens who are interested in performing, simply want to do something fun, or want to learn some new skills. These camps offer a unique opportunity for students to learn improv, sketch, or other related topics. Throughout our camps, students can explore their creativity, make new friends, and learn new skills.
Monthly Teens Improv Workshops
When your teen participates in our monthly workshops, they learn the building blocks of improvisational theater. Each workshop will focus on a different aspect of improv and having fun with improv. Each workshop is a stand-alone experience so teens may enroll at any time.
What Parents/Guardians Say
Improv camp was a perfect place for my tween-kid to be authentic and goofy with peers. At an age when ‘fitting-in’ or ‘seeming -cool’ feels important, it’s so valuable for them to learn that playing, being creative, and thinking collaboratively IS cool.
A fun, safe environment for shy kids to learn and practice interpersonal skills.
My daughter thought Improv Camp for Teens was very fun, engaging, and had good teachers and she made new friends!