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Have your kids discover the thrill of becoming a circus star! It is a great way to make new friends! Lone Star Circus School inspires campers to discover their unique sense of creative expression by providing opportunities to reach new potentials and expand skills. 

We offer a day-camp experience designed to introduce children (ages 6 to 15) at any level of physical development and skill the excitement of circus arts including aerial silks, aerial ring, trapeze, juggling, contortion, rolla bolla and balancing. 

Circus Camp Sessions...

  • June 1-5 
  • June 8-12
  • June 15-19
  • June 22-26
  • July 6-10
  • July 13-17
  • July 20-24
  • July 27-31
  • August 3-7
  • August 10-14 
Circus Camp Facts...
  • Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
  • $300 per child/per week session.
  • Child must bring their own lunch and water.
  • Space is limited! 
  • Spot is guaranteed once full payment has been received. 


Lone Star Circus School is planning an exciting summer of circus arts, with many programmatic changes being implemented for the safety and well-being of our campers, staff and community.?

The following protocols are being put in place and subject to change as appropriate:

  • All campers will be required to report any flu-like or COVID-19 symptoms and have daily infrared temperature checks administered by staff leadership before entering the camp facility. If a camper is displaying COVID-19 symptoms or has a temp above 100° (CDC guidelines) the camper will not be able to participate in camp until symptoms diminish and/or a doctor’s note is presented.

  • Overall camp size will be scaled down to fewer campers enrolled in each session and group sizes will also be scaled down to minimize student interaction.

  • All campers will be dropped off and picked up in a carline fashion like school drop-off or pick up.  No parents or guardians will be allowed inside the school facility, no exceptions.

  • Group circus acts or acts including multiple students meant to work together in close contact may not be included.

  • Friday “Showcase Performances” will be eliminated and only if technically possible modified to virtual presentations.

We are putting the following measures in place for the safety and well-being of staff, volunteers, campers, and families:

  • Frequent hand washing breaks during the day.

  • Practicing physical distancing 6 feet apart.

  • Assigning campers to the same groups & circus equipment for the duration of session.

  • Sanitizing all communal spaces, and equipment daily.

Lone Star Circus School reserves the right to cancel or modify any planned program, camp session or scheduled class due to insufficient enrollment, in which case, refunds or credit toward future programming will be processed. 

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Lone Star Circus Arts Center is a Dallas-based 501(C)3 non-profit organization, whose purpose is to promote circus arts through performance, training and community outreach.  Lone Star Circus Arts Center has a performing arm, Lone Star Circus, and has a circus school, Lone Star Circus School.  Lone Star Circus produces high quality circus shows and entertainment, including theatrical productions and dinner shows.  Lone Star Circus School provides professional training in circus arts for children and adults.  Lone Star Circus Arts Center was founded by Fanny Kerwich, an 8th generation circus artist of French descent.