Connect with your Yorùbá Roots at Our Virtual Summer Camp!

Our annual Yorùbá Summer Camp connects children in the diaspora with their rich cultural heritage. In today’s fast-paced world, we’re committed to preserving the Yorùbá language and traditions by catching them young!

Through small, proficiency-based classes taught by certified Yorùbá professionals, your children will learn conversational phrases, common expressions, cultural lessons, and essential topics. Our curriculum is designed to make Yorùbá language learning fun and engaging, with the end goal of enabling learners to communicate effectively in Yorùbá.

The best part? This year, the virtual camp is open to all ages! Adults are invited to join us for an immersive experience that will connect them with Yoruba roots.

You can choose from three batches (June, July, or August) and two streams (11am Nigerian time) or evening (4pm Nigerian time) for children. We also have flexible time slots outside the quoted times for all ages; all you have to do is select the best time that works for you. 

The Downside? We have very limited slots available, so Hurry and Register now to begin a transformative learning experience.


PLEASE NOTE: The summer school runs on weekdays only. We accept children from age 4 and above.

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Here is what some parents think about the previous editions of the Yoruba Summer Camp…

It was a fantastic school for the children. The children enjoyed the daily home work and the test at the end of the camp. I listened in a few times and I loved the interactive sessions between the children and the teacher.

Nike Adewusi


My child enjoyed the sessions and spoke very highly of his tutor. He now attempts to speak Yoruba at every given opportunity and he is keen to continue / extend his knowledge of the language.

Rotimi Ogunnubi


The camp was very engaging and kept the children's interest. The kids wished it lasted more than two weeks.

Sola Owolabi


It was very well organized and had engaging activities. Our son loved the songs using it as an effective way to learn. We would like to expand his learning beyond the camp to start from the basics about the yoruba alphabet.

Patricia Oyetakin


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