Summer Explorations 2019
June 24-August 9 • More to explore!
Registration is underway for Summer Explorations! Campers discover new interests, stretch their imaginations and develop important intellectual, social and physical skills, all under the guidance of certified teachers on our beautiful 14-acre campus.
While campers are engaged in enriching activities such as STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) in our new Innovation Alley, theater, music and more, they are also forming new friendships and having lots of fun. Plan an amazing summer for your child—one or two weeks, or the entire 7-week program. Get the complete program brochure here.
Summer on a Sunday!
- EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAM: Age 3-Grade 1
- DAY CAMP PROGRAM: Grades 2-6
- PRE-TEEN & TEEN PROGRAMS: Grades 7-9
Classroom-based program (12-16 students) led by certified teachers. Specialized theme weeks and lots of opportunities for water play, playground time and nature study on our beautiful 14-acre campus. Half and full-day options available. REGISTER NOW!
Campers entering Grades 2-6, choose 2 morning workshops (robotics, arts, jewelry making, woodworking, cooking, outdoor adventures, team sports and so much more!) and make daily afternoon activity choices. 130+ enriching workshops offered this summer. Half and full day options available. REGISTER NOW!
Older students develop strong leadership skills through our Counselor in Training (CIT) program, an intensive three week course offered June 24-July 12 and July 15-August 2 . Selected participants participate in a variety of exercises and challenges and also have the opportunity to complete a First Aid/CPR course and an American Camping Association online course in youth leadership. REGISTER NOW!
One Day at Summer Explorations
What Parents Are Saying About Summer Explorations!
"My child had an incredible six weeks of camp. The staff is friendly and welcoming, and passionate about what they do. They provide a vast array of programs for older students, and many crafts and play-based activities for younger ones."