The Girls Inc. Experience empowers girls to succeed. Girls Inc. provides girls with trusting, mentoring relationships; a girls-only environment, and research-based, hands-on programming. Three critical goals drive our programming – that girls lead healthy lives, succeed academically, and have life skills needed that prepare them for adulthood. To meet our goal of girls leading healthy lives, we work to ensure that girls have the skills, knowledge, and support to take charge of their health and increase healthy behaviors throughout their lives.

Summer Camp

Best Summer Ever!

General Information


Camp features weekly swimming trips, out of town field trips, and hands on activities in the center. our top priority is safety for our staff and members. please be aware of these rules:

–Campers MUST wear tennis shoes and dress for an active day (T-shirt & shorts are great). NO flip flops.

–Swimmers need to bring a swimsuit, towel, and sunscreen on pool days.

–Campers need to wear their camp T-shirts on field trip days.

–We strongly encourage all electronic devices stay at home. Girls Inc. is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Also, Shelbyville Central School provide breakfast and lunch free of charge to all camp participants through the summer! Members choosing not to take advantage of this program should bring their own sack lunch. No microwave will be available during meal times.

Snacks will be available for purchase at designated times through the day. Items are an average of 75 cents. You may set up a snack account at the main office.

Girls can attend summer camp full time or part time throughout the summer!

After School Program

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Promote Educational Opportunities & Economic Independence


Too many girls are not receiving the educational opportunities and support they need to achieve their dreams. Women earn only 31% of all post-secondary STEM degrees awarded in the United States despite the fact that girls who are exposed to STEM programming at a young age express interest in these subjects. In addition, punitive and exclusionary school discipline practices often push girls out of the classroom instead of providing them with the support they need to be successful in school. Girls Inc. fights to improve access to quality educational experiences for underserved girls, for whom such opportunities are critical in overcoming income inequality and other challenges to reaching their potential.

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Support Girls’ Mental Health


No one should be made to feel ashamed about taking steps to improve their mental health. While 1 in 5 teens report suffering from a mental illness, many do not feel comfortable asking for help because of societal stigma and those who do may not have access to quality, affordable care. Almost 8 in 10 high school girls report being unhappy with their bodies, LGBTQ students experience high rates of bullying and harassment, and girls who survive trauma often get punished for coping behaviors instead of getting the help they need to heal.