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How we develop individual excellence in all of our students
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Grades 6-8 enjoy a small school environment with all the big opportunities of our exceptional high school
Grades 9-12 develop individual excellence through a vigorous college-preparatory program
Personal creativity and an appreciation of it in others is important for students today and throughout their lives
A showcase gallery presenting the works of renowned visual artists
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Cost: $295/week for 1-week sessions. Fee includes lunch daily. Before- and after-camp care will be available at an additional cost.
Camp hours are 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. All camps are appropriate for students ages 10–15, and the boys’ soccer camp can also accommodate boys ages 7–9. Please click on camps listed at left for a complete description of each.
Week of June 26:
Week of July 10: Boys’ Lacrosse, Outdoor Adventure, Boys' and Girls' Swim CampWeek of July 17: Outdoor AdventureWeek of July 24: Girls’ Soccer, Outdoor AdventureWeek of July 31: Girls' Basketball
Cost is $435/week for all academic enrichment camps except Robotics. Robotics camp is $495 and includes the cost of all materials.
Cost includes daily lunch. Before-and after-camp care will be available at an additional cost.
Week of June 26: Engineering and Problem Solving, Summer Public Speaking CourseWeek of July 10: Writer's Workshop, DJ Camp, Culinary Arts, Drama Workshop (week 1 of 2 week program)Week of July 17: Summer Public Speaking Course ,Drama Workshop (week 2 of 2 week program), Week of July 24: Week of August 14: Summer College Guidance Seminar
For general camp questions, please contact Jeff Eckerson,
Director of Summer Programs:
Questions? Call Admission Office:609-737-6128