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NJAIS Member Schools Offering Summer Programs:

Chatham Day School

CDS Summer Camp provides a fun and active program for children ages 2 1/2 - 9 years old. Backyard games and water play are the highlights of each day, sprinkled with design challenges and indoor activities. Great camp experience, especially for first timers! Camp starts June 10th and runs through July 26th from 9am to 1pm. For more information go to https://www.chathamdayschool.org/school-life/summer-camp 
June 10th - July 26
9:00 a.m. - 1 p.m.
View full website for more information and registration: chathamdayschool.org

DELBARTON SCHOOL

Delbarton is committed to developing body, mind and spirit. Sports Camps for boys in grades three to nine emphasize the pleasure of playing a sport well. Co-ed Summer Session courses offer advanced credit, enrichment and skills courses for grades three through twelve. Delbarton’s 200 acre campus is the perfect place to strive, to learn and to have some good, old-fashioned summer fun. Please visit our new website at www.delbartonsummer.com

DWIGHT ENGLEWOOD SCHOOL

Welcome to DE360° Summer Connections! Our day programs are designed for campers/students in Preschool (age 3) through Grade 12.  We have an exciting theme for our youngest campers: Keys - Opening Doorways to New Worlds. Campers in Preschool through Grade 4 in the Discoveries, Adventures, and Junior Summer Day Camp programs will  ‘open doorways’ each week to experience and explore different worlds.

For middle school-aged children, we offer fun ‘a la carte’ Enrichment opportunities. We are the only program in the region that allows campers through our Enrichment program (for Grades 5-9) to build a summer schedule that uniquely taps into their personal interests.  Each week, Enrichment campers may select from a catalog of offerings that cover a lots of fun topics from athletics and cooking to debate and engineering. 

We also offer Academic Enrichment and Scholars programs for older middle school-aged and high school students who want academic advancement — courses designed for earning credits,  building confidence, and bolstering skills for when students go back to school in Fall 2019. 

Finally our Immersive programs are an opportunity for campers of all ages to delve into topics for self exploration and leadership development.  Master-level teachers engage students in a collaborative environment to provide experiential learning that will lay the foundation for further exploration beyond summer. Immersives are  1- and 2-week courses — for those who want to ‘dive deep’ and pursue their passions. A few new offerings include Community Service/Leadership, “Wall Street & U”, as well as Express Course in Coding.

Students may be signed up for one week or all six.  Visit our website at https://de360.d-e.org/summer/ for more information or to register.



FAR HILLS COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

Far Hills Summer Camp offer 6 weeks of exciting and fun programming for students PreK–Grade 8 on the FH campus. Our camps reflect the same philosophy as our classrooms: small group sizes allow for more attentive instruction, more hands-on experiential learning and a lot more fun (it is summer, afterall).

Our summer camp allows families to customize their children's camp time based on family summer plans by providing flexible programs one-week in length. Choose 1 week or choose 6!

Registration is easy. Click the registration button for the camp you are interested in. You will be asked to sign in as a new user to create an account in CampBrain. CampBrain is the portal through which information and payment will flow. Of course, if you need any additional information or still have questions, you can always reach our Camp Director, Brian Junger at bjunger@fhcds.org.

View his collection of summer camp programs this year by your child's interest or preferred activity. Looking for an all around summer fun camp?

Choose FAR HILLS SUMMER!

Is your child an aspiring performer?

Our SUMMER THEATER instructor encourages campers to develop their talents.

Does your child like to play sports?

Learn from our LACROSSE and SOCCER Coaches!

Questions? Contact Brian Junger @ bjunger@fhcds.org


GILL ST. BERNARD’S

Hi Hills Camp

Find the best of both worlds – education and fun – across ten summer weeks!

Hi Hills offers a wide variety of programs for children ages 3 to 15. Whether you are looking for enrichment, academics, sports, fine arts or traditional camp programs, there is something for everyone this summer. A camper may take a science enrichment camp in the morning and then enjoy the afternoon swimming and playing with friends in a Hi Hills half-day program. Combine academics and sports with day camp activities! Participate in an art program one week, a math clinic the next, and then back to day camp! We build our programs around the convenience for our camp families. This is a unique mix of enrichment and day camp activities not available at most camps! Hi Hills prides itself on offering flexible programs. Schedules can be customized to fit the needs of the campers and their families.

View Full Website for More Information and Registration:

 

Haddonfield Friends School

Haddonfield Friends School Summer Day Camps offer an exciting range of developmentally appropriate experiences and have a flexible schedule. Our camp is split into three different levels that fit the age of your child.  We offer a 4 week Early Childhood Pre-School Camp (ages 2 ½- 5), a 9 week Youth Summer Camp (ages 5-12), and Middle School Workshops (5th-8th grades).  Extended day options are also available.

Each week involves a special theme that includes related trips and activities.  Youth Summer Campers will have an opportunity to swim at a local pool once a week. Camps run from June 20 to August 19.

Hudson School

WORLD PEACE GAME

Teachers: Ms. Catharine Baldwin and Ms. Viv Hasbrouk
Time: 1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Grades 8-12: June 17-21

Grades 4-7: June 23-28

A hands-on political simulation. Four countries are pitted against each other as students take on the roles of prime ministers, UN officials, World Bank members, and more. The object is to achieve world peace and global prosperity by challenging students with 50 interlocking crises such as hurricanes, oil spills, refugee asylum, and food shortages while under the threat of war.

To sign up visit: https://www.thehudsonschool.org/summer-programs

All summer offerings at The Hudson School are open to any interested students within the age requirements listed for each program, in addition to our THS community. We offer morning and afternoon sessions. If your child attends both sessions, we include a chaperoned lunch period at Church Square Park, free of charge.

With the exception of Robotics, all programs are $250 for one week or $450 for two.

IMAGINATION MACHINE

Teacher: Mr. Michael Pauloski
Dates: June 17-28 and July 28-August 3
Time: 8:30 am-12:30 pm
Grades: 4-9

Ever wonder what would happen if you found yourself in a fantasy world where anything was possible? Who says wizards and witches aren’t real?  And what about talking animals, magical swords, and food that makes you fly? Come join our fantasy-writing workshop, where we will join forces to create our very own fantasy story. You will be given the tools to write your own story, featuring your own valiant hero, a world in great peril, sacred items, mentors, comrades, and terrible foes—all of the elements that make a thrilling adventure come to life. If you have ever thought about writing your own fantasy story but didn’t know where to start, join us to set your story free.

To sign up visit: https://www.thehudsonschool.org/summer-programs

All summer offerings at The Hudson School are open to any interested students within the age requirements listed for each program, in addition to our THS community. We offer morning and afternoon sessions. If your child attends both sessions, we include a chaperoned lunch period at Church Square Park, free of charge.

With the exception of Robotics, all programs are $250 for one week or $450 for two.

LEARN MANDARIN THROUGH PERFORMANCE

Teacher: Ms. Jessica Huang
Dates: June 17-28
Time: 1pm-5pm
Grades: 4-8

Learning Mandarin can be challenging, but singing and performing makes it easy. Before you even realize it, you are already speaking the language! In this two week camp, students will learn Mandarin through songs and performing stories. It will be a fun two week program of singing and performing for beginners as well as students who have some experience with Mandarin already.

To sign up visit: https://www.thehudsonschool.org/summer-programs

All summer offerings at The Hudson School are open to any interested students within the age requirements listed for each program, in addition to our THS community. We offer morning and afternoon sessions. If your child attends both sessions, we include a chaperoned lunch period at Church Square Park, free of charge.

With the exception of Robotics, all programs are $250 for one week or $450 for two.

THE WIZARDING WORLD OF HUDWARTS

Teacher: Mr. Michael Pauloski
Dates: July 8-19
Time: 8:30 am-12:30 pm
Grades: 4-9

Do you love Harry Potter?  Do you ever wish you could hop on the train at Platform 9 ¾?  Well, put on your cloaks, ready your wands, and join us at Hudwarts! Show off your wits in Harry Potter trivia.  Make your own wands and cast spells of your own invention (no unforgivable curses, please!). Join us in writing fan-fiction to create alternate scenes and endings.  Ever wonder what would have happened if Hermione were placed in Slytherin? Help write the stories that never were.  And of course, what would a Harry Potter  party be without the books themselves?  Join us in reading our favorite scenes too!  Remember, in the wise words of Albus Dumbledore, “Of course it is happening inside your head… but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?”

To sign up visit: https://www.thehudsonschool.org/summer-programs

All summer offerings at The Hudson School are open to any interested students within the age requirements listed for each program, in addition to our THS community. We offer morning and afternoon sessions. If your child attends both sessions, we include a chaperoned lunch period at Church Square Park, free of charge.

With the exception of Robotics, all programs are $250 for one week or $450 for two.

THEATRE MAGIC TOOLBOX

Teacher: Ms. Viv Hasbrouk
Dates: July 8-19
Times: 1:00-4:30 pm
Grades: 4-12

An interactive workshop series for kids and teens. The school’s theatre program in-residence is an exciting opportunity to learn different theater crafts, helping students create their own “box” of tools that they put into practice for a truly magical ensemble experience!

Week A: July 8-12 Improv Mania Or Theater Games that make you look like a genius!  
Week B: July 15-19: Designing Monsters & Angels (Additional $20 Materials fee)

To sign up visit: https://www.thehudsonschool.org/summer-programs

All summer offerings at The Hudson School are open to any interested students within the age requirements listed for each program, in addition to our THS community. We offer morning and afternoon sessions. If your child attends both sessions, we include a chaperoned lunch period at Church Square Park, free of charge.

With the exception of Robotics, all programs are $250 for one week or $450 for two.

ROBOTICS

Teacher: Mr. Rusty
Dates: July 15-19 and July 29-Aug 2
Time: 1:00-4:30
Grades: 4-8, max 5 students
Fees: $450 plus $100 for kit

An introduction to robotics for middle school students, from building their own robots to navigating through an obstacle course.

To sign up visit: https://www.thehudsonschool.org/summer-programs

Hun School of Princeton

At the Hun Summer Programs, we inspire every child to have fun! From our innovative games, themed weeks, and dining hall lunches, to our culminating Hun Camp talent show, we provide a safe environment for campers to build lasting friendships. In our Hun Summer Session, we allow students to advance and sharpen their skills in our more than thirty credit and enrichment courses. Through personalized attention, we meet every child where they are and help them find joy along the way. Hun Camp and the Hun Summer Session work with our long list of partners, including iDTech, Handwork Studio, Firefly Tennis, and Capitol Debate to provide day and overnight options throughout the summer. Contact us for details and discounts at summer@hunschool.org or visit our website summer.hunschool.org.

Kent Place School

Kent Place Summer Camp is a coeducational, state-licensed, day camp program for boys and girls, ages 3 through 15 years old, providing fun, enrichment and opportunities for physical and social development in a safe, non-competitive atmosphere. Campers are well supervised by a qualified and caring staff of program directors, teachers and experienced counselors.  
Kent Place Camp runs camp from June 10 through August 30, 2019.  
To read more about our camps please click on our website -  Kent Place Camp Website
Or if you would like to Register please click here -  Camp Registration Link.
Or if you have any questions please email our Director of Summer and Auxiliary Programs, Donna Ray at Rayd@kentplace.org.

Newark Academy

Newark Academy Mott-Leeney Baseball Camp

Whether you are new to baseball or a seasoned athlete looking to take your game to the next level, there is something for everyone at Newark Academy’s Mott-Leeney Baseball Camp, which is celebrating its 51st year.

 Week-long camps for ages 5-13 run from June 24 – July 26. Register today at  www.newarka.edu/mottleeney.

 Campers will hone their skills in pitching, catching infield play, outfield play, hitting and base running in a fun environment that promotes the values of teamwork and sportsmanship. Combine Newark Academy’s outstanding facilities, which include the latest in turf technology on several outdoor fields, a beautifully maintained baseball diamond with a recently upgraded infield, with a dedicated coaching staff and you can be sure your experience will be an exciting and positive adventure.



Pingry School

Pingry Big Blue Summer

Pingry Big Blue Summer is a summertime taste of The Pingry School’s commitment to excellence and honor, offering Signature Programs run by our own faculty and staff, as well as Partner Programs featuring the area’s top educators and coaches. Highlights for Summer 2019 include a revamped and re-energized day camp, ending at 1:00pm, allowing campers to finish out the day by choosing from our extensive catalog of afternoon programs! We’re also excited to launch our “Adirondack Farm and Mountain Camp” – a 6-night sleepaway program in Lake Placid, NY. Whether your interests are in academics, sports, technology, the arts, or a little bit of everything in our Big Blue Summer Day camp, let us be your “summer camp concierge” and create a personalized plan that’s convenient for the whole family. Learn more about all of our top-notch summer camp offerings at www.bigbluesummer.org!

Ranney School

Summer Programs
Ranney Summer Institute is a 6 week, Pre-K through 12, academic summer program on the Ranney School campus that provides students with an opportunity to learn in a fun, supportive environment with small class sizes and experienced teachers. RSI offers a wide array of academic courses for both enrichment and, in some cases, for credit. From Pre-K Prep: Adventures in Learning, Music Conservatories, to full courses in Geometry, Algebra and Calculus, there is something for everyone at Ranney Summer Institute! 
For any questions about RSI programs in general or for more information on programs for students in rising Pre-K - gr. 1, please contact Erin Adler, Director of Ranney Summer Institute, at eadler@ranneyschool.org
Please visit www.ranneysummerinstitute.com to view a complete list of programs for students in grades 1-12 and to register for classes. 

Rutgers Preparatory School

Enrich your child’s summer experience on our campus! Our staff is a qualified, mature and dedicated group of professionals, teachers and camp counselors. Our facilities include air-conditioned classrooms, two full-sized gyms, one turf and two grass fields, softball and baseball diamonds, a tennis center, two playgrounds, a putting green, indoor climbing wall, and a croquet court. Our campers and summer school students learn, play, and have an unforgettable summer at Rutgers Prep!
Whether your child has an interest in creating an iPhone app, STEAM based learning, preparing for the new SAT, programming their own drone, or just working on his/her jump shot, we have a great selection of specialty camps to suit a wide variety of passions and pursuits.
Our summer school offers advanced credit, enrichment, and review courses for students in grades 3 through 12, and covers topics ranging from writing and mathematics workshops (for elementary and middle school students), to algebra, geometry, pre-calculus (for upper school students), as well as biology, chemistry, and physics, which all include work in the laboratory.
Key Facts and Highlights:
- All children are welcome; you do not need to be enrolled at Rutgers Prep
- Half day, full day, before care and after camp care options are available*
- Lunch is included with registration*
- Many camps can be combined with our summer school programs to create a full day experience
- Located on our beautiful campus on Easton Avenue in Somerset, NJ


Stevens Cooperative School

Summer is almost here and registration for Summer Camp @ Stevens
Cooperative School is underway! Summer Camp runs from June 17 –
August 9, offering eight exciting weeks of fun for your child. Enroll in as

many weeks as you’d like! With our Traditional Day

Camp and Enrichment Camp programs, we offer a wide range of options
for PreK 3s to 8th grade, plus all the amenities of a suburban day camp,
minutes from home. All camps are led by experienced teachers and
specially selected staff. To learn more and to register your camper,

visit www.stevenscoop.org/camp.

St. Augustine Preparatory School

St. Augustine Preparatory School runs the Southern New Jersey area’s most comprehensive Summer Academic and Athletic Programs. All of our camps have group dynamics, so your child can bring his or her friends or make new ones.  We find that when kids are with friends, the learning environment becomes even more engaging.  Not to mention, it makes carpooling much easier for busy families, like yours.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
If you’re looking for ways to introduce your child to new and engaging academic experiences, you’ve got to check out our Hermits Summer Programs Academic lineup!  
Whether your child is interested in academic development, new social interaction opportunities or just the chance to get on the St. Augustine Preparatory School's campus, there is sure to be something for everyone.  
ATHLETIC PROGRAMS
The St. Augustine Prep Summer Athletic Program consists of an extensive lineup of camps including Baseball, Basketball, Fencing, Lacrosse, Rowing, Soccer, Tennis and Wrestling.
St. Augustine Prep Athletic Programs are geared towards developing young athletes to reach their full potential both physically and mentally while building on the essential athletic characteristics of teamwork, sportsmanship, and perseverance.

Summer Programs Website: camps.hermits.com

Stevens Cooperative School

Stevens Cooperative Schools' summer programs offers a wide range of day camps, specialty weeks and academic courses for students from PreK 3s to 8th grade. Located on the waterfronts of Hoboken and Jersey City, our summer programs provide quality, safe, fun summer days for your child. Our staff is comprised of experienced teachers as well as specially selected support staff. Join us for a summer of excitement and exploration!
Camps run weekly from June 27 to August 12. To register online or view our brochure, visit www.stevenscoop.org/summer.


Stuart Country Day School in Princeton Summer Camps

Nestled on 55 wooded acres in Princeton, Stuart’s Summer Camps include over 40 exciting arts, tech, sports and academic camps for boys and girls, ages 2-17, to choose from. Campers will explore our nature trail and stream, MakerSpace, sports facilities, light-filled art studios, science labs and professional stage as they discover new interests and make lasting friends. Courses are taught by experienced and caring Stuart faculty and professionals. Before and after camp care and lunch are available. 
Camps run weekly from June 20 - September 2, 2016. Register by March 1 for an early bird discount.

View full camp descriptions and register online at  www.stuartschool.org/summer

1200 Stuart Road

Princeton, NJ 08540

609-921-2330 x275

www.stuartschool.org/summer


 

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