Camp & Summer Program Directory 2017

Connecticut Parent Magazine's Camp Resource Guide (CRG) will be featured in an upcoming issue. The "green links" below are PDF files for what each program ran in the CRG. Check back to this page for continuous updates as more camps & summer programs join us all the time! The full CRG can also be seen as part of the March digital editions, accessible from the home page. For more information about this program, email the publisher at joel.macclaren@ctparent.com.


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Day Programs: FAIRFIELD COUNTY     back to top

Ambler Farm Summer Program: Adventures at the Farm
257 Hurlbutt Street,
Wilton, CT 06897
(203) 834-1143
www.amblerfarm.org
This unique farm program provides students with an opportunity to experience farm life. Each week includes woodworking, hayrides, planting, harvesting, hands-on projects, engaging with animals, cooking and more. And, meet the new resident pigs this summer!

The Apple Blossom School’s Waldorf Summer Program
440 Danbury Road
Wilton, CT 06897
(203) 493-4003
www.appleblossomschool.org
Teepees and Drums (weeks 1 and 2), June 19-23; June 26-30. Birds and Bees (weeks 3 and 4), July 3, 5-7; July 10-14. Activities include building, gardening, cooking, puppetry, crafts, indoor and outdoor play. Organic snack provided.

Audubon Greenwich Summer Nature Day Camp
613 Riversville Road
Greenwich, CT 06831
(203) 869-5272
greenwich.audubon.org
Create outdoor experiences and memories that last a lifetime. During the weekly-themed camps, children will build a deeper connection to the natural world through fun, experiential activities, while exploring the 285-acre sanctuary. Includes a pond, the Byram River, a lake, forests and meadows.

Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens
Summer Explorer Programs
151 Brookdale Road
Stamford, CT 06903
(203) 322-6971
www.bartlettarboretum.org
Explore and create, discover and investigate! Roam the 93-acre campus, hike in the forest, scoop critters from the pond, grow a garden and learn about the plants and animals that call the arboretum home. Weekly programs for ages 5-11. Hours: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., with optional aftercare from 3-6 p.m.

Camp Invention
Over 10 locations throughout Fairfield County
(800) 968-4332
www.campinvention.org
Imaginations get their rocket fuel at Camp Invention! The all-new curriculum allows children in K-6th grade to transform a distant exoplanet, blast rockets, wire circuits and take risks as future entrepreneurs. Educators lead a week of hands-on STEM activities, fueling kid’s 21st century skills.

Camp Landmark
Westport Campus, 11 Burr Road, Westport, CT 06880
Redding (Georgetown) Campus, Ridgefield Academy
www.landmarkpreschool.org
www.ridgefieldacademy.org
This summer the play area will be transformed for summer fun! There are shade tents, grass carpeting, sensory tables, painting walls and soft surface play areas. Enjoy arts & crafts, water play, a bouncy castle, games and weekly themes. Run by Landmark teaching staff, the hours are 9 a.m.-2 p.m. daily. 

Camp at Waldorf
Housatonic Valley Waldorf School
40 Dodgingtown Road
Newtown, CT 06470
(203) 364-1113
www.waldorfct.org/camp
Ages 3-14. Join us this summer at the only K-8 Waldorf school in CT. June 26-August 11. Hours are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Camp is divided into two groups with younger children experiencing the arts, healthy movement and more. Older children learn archery, acrobatics, arts and more.

Cedar Point Yacht Club Junior Sailing
1 Bluff Point
Westport, CT 06880
(203) 226-7441
www.cedarpointyc.org
Fun, active learn-to-sail and competitive racing program has kids ages 7-18, on the water  developing friendships and leadership. Beautiful environment and experienced, friendly instructors. One-week session, for age 7; four- and eight-week sessions for ages 8-18. Email cpycprograminfo@gmail.com.

Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo
1875 Noble Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06610
(203) 394-6563
www.beardsleyzoo.org
If you love animals, the environment and being outdoors, then you’ll love Zoo Patrol! Zoo Patrol offers a week full of zookeeper talks, behind-the-scenes tours, hands-on learning, games, crafts and more for children, ages 6-14. Call 203-394-6563 for prices and to make your reservation today!

Connecticut Dance School SummerDance 2017
42 Halley Court
Fairfield, CT 06825
(203) 384-2492
www.ctdanceschool.org/summerdance-2017
A unique summer program for aspiring dancers featuring something for everyone. Dance/Art Morning program for ages 3-7; Intermediate Level Intensive for ages 8-12 and advanced classes for upper levels and adults. See website for more information.

Curtain Call, Inc.
Theatre Arts Classes for Young & Old
1349 Newfield Avenue
Stamford, CT 06905
(203) 329-8207, ext. 16
www.curtaincallinc.com/summer-programs/
Fall, winter and spring classes after school, evenings and weekends for kids, teens and adults in acting for stage, TV, film, improv, comedy, musical theatre and more. Winter and summer vacation programs for ages 6-16. A professional theatre facility with a staff of local teaching artists dedicated to the arts.

The D’Valda & Sirico Dance and Music Centre
1580 Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
(203) 255-9440
www.Dvaldaandsirico.com
D’Valda & Sirico has been fostering success at school and in life for more than 28 years! Programs for all ages include dance classes, music lessons and early childhood programs with flexible, convenient scheduling. It is the only officially licensed Angelina Ballerina Academy in Fairfield County.

The Discovery Museum and Planetarium
4450 Park Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604
(203) 372-3521, ext. 117
www.discoverymuseum.org
Super Hero Science, Flight School, Robotics 101 — fuel you child’s wild curiosity and innate creativity at Discovery Summer Programs! From Mad Science to Candy Lab and Pirates, discover week-long , hands-on learning fun for grades K-9. June-August (Some two-week programs for grades 6-9).

ESF Summer Camps at Greenwich Academy
200 North Maple Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
(203) 869-4444
www.esfcamps.com/Greenwich
ESF Camps (Education, Sports and Fun) is an award-winning, family-owned camp. Join us as we celebrate our 35th year with expanded offerings including the Junior Business Academy Powered by the Jack Welch Management Institute. Over 60 activities, a variety of sports and new adventures for ages 3-15.

Farm Camp at the Unquowa School
981 Stratfield Road
Fairfield, CT 06825
(203) 336-3801
www.unquowa.org/our-programs/farm-camp/  
Join us and learn that we are all stewards of the Earth! Visit an organic farm and get hands-on, bringing back the bounty to make lunch with the chefs. Campers explore the natural world through environmental science and art. Kids have a passion to protect nature. Nurture this through this program.

Five Mile River Nursery School
5 Pennoyer Street
Rowayton, CT 06853
(203) 838-4266
www.fivemilerivernurseryschool.com
Providing children, ages 3-5, with the best summer camp experience! Taught by trained, experienced pre-K teachers in a safe and fun environment, campers enjoy outdoor water games, sand play, arts & crafts, reading, music, movement and science. Weekly guest entertainment from many disciplines.

Flash Pointe Dance
1657 Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
(203) 259-1600
www.flashpointedance.com
Whether you are looking for Weekly Camps to experience all dance styles, Themed Camps for younger dancers, Teen Walk-In classes, Mommy & Me classes or Intermediate-Advanced classes, FPD has it all. Take the summer to try something new or continue your training, and ... Get Inspired!

Just Wee Two
Locations in Greenwich, Stamford and Westchester County, NY
(800) 404-2204
www.justweetwo.com
Children, 8 months-3.5 years and grownups, participate in: arts/crafts, music playtime and story time. Each class is 1.5 hours and limited to 10 children with caregiver. Partial separation and 2-hour separation classes offered. Three, 11-week sessions: fall, winter and spring; 6-week summer session.

Kids Kamp at SportsCenter of Connecticut
784 River Road, Shelton, CT 06484
(203) 929-6500, ext. 116
www.SportsCenterCT.com
Only $79 per week, ages 4-10! Offering three different sessions and four different daily activities. Customize the perfect combination. Choose a.m. or p.m. session featuring bowling, video arcade, mini golf, games and more. Add ice skating, dance, basketball and tennis. Half-, 3/4- and full-day camp.

King Summer Institute
1450 Newfield Avenue
Stamford, CT 06905
(203) 322-3496, ext. 525
www.kingschoolct.org/summerinstitute  
Make this summer a time of learning new skills while having loads of fun. Offering academic classes, performing arts and sports camps for grades 6-12; fun camp for grades 1-5. Dozens of classes to suit the individual strengths and talents of each student. Small class size ensures personalized attention.

Kumon
Locations throughout Connecticut
(800) ABC-MATH (800-222-6284)
www.kumon.com
This is the perfect time for your child to join Kumon Math and Reading programs. The Kumon Method lets children learn at their own pace, so that they can grasp any concept, regardless of age or grade level. Your child will gain confidence that will last a lifetime.

Long Ridge Camp
478 Erskine Road
Stamford, CT 06903
(203) 322-0253
www.longridgecamp.com
Set on 15 acres in beautiful countryside, convenient to the Merritt. Children, ages 3-14, experience a traditional day camp setting, expert swimming instruction, sports, archery, crafts, nature, drama and much more. Pre-school camp available for ages 3-5. Call the Alswanger family, directors since 1962.

Pumpkin Preschool Summer Program
(800) DAYCARE
www.pumpkinpreschool.com
Pumpkin Preschool Summer Programs are available at all three locations: Fairfield (203-255-7505), Westport (203-226-1277) and Shelton (203-926-1800). Full Day, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Ages: 6 weeks-8 years. A balanced program of discovery, learning and experiences filled with educational activities.

PZ Math Calculus Prep Camp
55 Greens Farms Road
Westport, CT 06880
(413) 458-1849
www.pzmath.com
A one-week camp that will prepare you for all the rigor of the AP calculus curriculum. We will preview the big ideas of calculus, strengthen crucial skills from algebra and trig, and share powerful problem solving techniques and study skills that will serve you in calculus and beyond.

Stamford Family YMCA
10 Bell Street, Stamford, CT 06901
(203) 357-7000
www.stamfordymca.org
Offering camp programs to give children in grades PreK-8 an adventurous, active and healthy summer. We are proud to offer our youth fun and adventure through field trips, “theme” weeks, beach days, swim lessons and more. Our campers make new friends, discover new interests and create memories!

Stepping Stones Camp
303 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06850
(203) 899-0606
www.steppingstonesmuseum.org/camps
Campers, ages 5-8, are immersed into hands-on activities and games. Each week is a different theme: art and movement, museum theatrics, coding and robotics, astronomy and stop motion animation. Kids will adventure through exhibits and explore new ideas, making friends and memories.

Summer at Wooster
Danbury, CT 06810
(203) 830-3921
www.summeratwooster.org
A unique opportunity for campers to explore an array of enrichment workshops and recreational activities. Designed to allow kids to take ownership of their own adventure. Campers pick and choose their learning experience based upon their interests and passions. Dates are 6/26-8/11 for Pre-K-grade 8.

Summer Camps at Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich
4 Horseneck Lane
Greenwich, CT 06830
(203) 869-3224
www.bgcg.org
Within just a few miles from home, kid, ages 6-12 and 13-15, can choose their source of FUN this summer at Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich’s Clubhouse Camp, Camp Simmons and Teen Camp for just $150/week/child. For financial assistance, contact www.ctcare4kids.com.

Westport’s Academy of Dance
345 Post Road West
Westport, CT 06880
(203) 226-9987
www.westportdance.com
Teaching classical ballet, modern, jazz and tap to children and teens for more than 40 years The program includes classes for all ages and levels of ability. The academy will be offering camps for all ages this summer in various disciplines. Hope to see your little ones dancing this summer!

Whitby School Day Camp
969 Lake Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06831
(203) 869-8464, ext. 176
www.whitbyschool.org/summer
Campers enjoy active mornings filled with parkour, rock climbing, martial arts, soccer and other sports. They’ll spend the afternoon immersed in rocketry, chess, Minecraft, art, 3D printing, GarageBand and more. Half- and full-day options for ages 6-11. Early  Childhood Program for ages 18 months-5 years..

Winston Preparatory School Summer Program
57 West Rocks Road
Norwalk, CT 06851
(203) 229-0465, ext. 5645
www.winstonprep.edu/our-campuses/ct/summer-program
Fourth-12th grade students participate in an individualized program to enhance academic skills. Students are grouped in small classes. The program is designed to develop language, encoding/decoding, reading comprehension, writing, test preparation, organization and time management skills.

Day Programs: GREATER HARTFORD     back to top

August Adventures at the Connecticut Historical Society
1 Elizabeth Street
Hartford, CT 06105
(860) 236-5621
www.chs.org/augustadventures
Discover life in the past this summer at CHS. Enroll your child today for a week of fun at the museum. Investigate artifacts, solve mysteries, find your inner artist, play games from long ago and more! Register your child online for Time Travelers (ages 5-7) or History Detectives (ages 7-10).

Ben Bronz Academy & The Learning Incentive
141 North Main Street
West Hartford, CT 06107
(860) 236-5807
www.learningincentive.org/summer-programs
Cyber LaunchPad, for grades 2-6, features remedial work on basic skills via computers and small group instruction. Study Skills is a program for middle, high school and college students. Private tutoring available for students interested in previewing material for upcoming year. 2017 dates: July 3-28.

Camp Invention
Locations throughout Middlesex, New Haven and Hartford counties
(800) 968-4332
www.campinvention.org
Imaginations get their rocket fuel at Camp Invention! The all-new curriculum allows children in K-6th grade to transform a distant exoplanet, blast rockets, wire circuits and take risks as future entrepreneurs. Educators lead a week of hands-on STEM activities, fueling kid’s 21st century skills.

Central CT State University
Tech It Out 2017
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, CT 06050
(860) 832-2277
www.ccsu.edu/ConEd
Fun, interactive and challenging programs for youth in grades 3-12. All classes are based in technology, while focusing on a variety of topics to encourage kids in STEAM programs. Taught by experts in their field. Includes lunch, t-shirts and goodie bags.

Connecticut Science Center
250 Columbus Boulevard
Hartford, CT 06109
(860) 520-2177
www.CTScienceCenter.org/camps
Have FUN on school vacation! Your child will love hands-on day camps filled with fun and engaging science. A variety of engaging themes that help guide campers to a greater understanding of science and its applications in the real world. Gr. 1-6. Jan. 16, Feb. 20-21 and April 10-14. 8 a.m.-4 p.m., after care avail.

Debate Camp at Kingswood Oxford School
170 Kingswood Road
West Hartford, CT 06119
(888) 512-8154
www.debatecamp.com/west-hartford
Got that kid FULL of IDEAS? Do they have something to SAY? Debate Camp has been training students, entering grades 5-12, in Public Speaking, Parliamentary Debate and Model United Nations since 2002. In 2017, we are back for another exciting week in West Hartford, June 19-23. Join us!

Hartford Stage
50 Church Street
Hartford, CT 06103
(860) 527-5151
www.hartfordstage.org/summer-studio
Hartford Stage’s Summer Youth Studio offers one, two, four and five week programs for young actors ages 3-19! Summer Youth Studio features acting, dancing, creative movement, theatre games, arts, crafts and more. It’s a place for all kids to fill the summer with fun and imagination.

High Meadow Day Camp
Granby, CT 06035
(860) 212-5142
www.highmeadowdaycamp.com
Coed for ages 4-13. Traditional programs for great summer fun. Bus transportation and meals included. Camp dates are June 26-August 18. ACA accredited. Contact the director for more information. Open House scheduled for May 7.

IncrediFlix - Animation & Movie Making Programs
Locations Throughout Connecticut
(201) 331-3306 
www.incrediflix.com
Camps are focused on expanding imagination and creativity using hands-on activities. Kids will learn brainstorming, story structure and story boarding in all camps. In animation camps, kids create characters, backgrounds, film and do voice-overs. In live action camps, kids location scout, act, film and more.

Kumon
Locations throughout Connecticut
(800) ABC-MATH (800-222-6284)
www.kumon.com
This is the perfect time for your child to join Kumon Math and Reading programs. The Kumon Method lets children learn at their own pace, so that they can grasp any concept, regardless of age or grade level. Your child will gain confidence that will last a lifetime.

Stork Club, Inc.
Six locations: Rocky Hill/Hartford, Glastonbury, Southington, Cheshire, Meriden and Orange
(860) 563-9096
www.storkclubs.com
Offering a fun-filled summer program that includes field trips, special visitors, luncheons, theme days, parties, sprinkler play as well as creative projects and activities. This program runs from the end of school to the start of school. Call your local club for prices and information.

Summer Stages at the Newington Children’s Theatre Company
743 North Mountain Road
Newington, CT 06111
(860) 666-NCTC
www.NCTCArts.org
Gives kids, ages 5-16, the opportunity to learn and strengthen their musical theatre skills by working with professional acting, dance and music instructors, culminating in public performances. Everyone is cast in the production and receives a free show t-shirt. Before and after care available.

Talcott Mountain Science Center
Montevideo Road
Avon, CT 06001
(860) 677-8571
www.tmsc.org/summer
Discover nature and high-tech science — in a one-of-a-kind mountaintop campus! Explore everything from astronomy to animals, magic to music, rocketry to robotics and game making to geocaching. Also learn computer graphics, 3D printing and more. Sessions are for students entering grades K-8.

Tower Ridge Kids Camp
140 Nod Road
Simsbury, CT 06070
(860) 651-9393
www.towerridgecc.com/amenities/kids-camp
Ages 6-12 enjoy a day, week or summer at Tower Ridge Kids Camp! Learn and play golf on an 18-hole course, enjoy lunch on the patio, hit the tennis courts with Coach Tyler and finish your fun-filled day swimming in the Olympic-sized swimming pool. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. with aftercare available.

Vacation Science Camp at Children’s Museum
950 Trout Brook Drive
West Hartford, CT 06119
(860) 726-4008
www.thechildrensmuseumct.org
The Children’s Museum has fun and learning planned throughout the year. Each camp week has a science theme and is packed with experiments, crafts and games in a safe environment. Explore our interactive exhibits, see a planetarium show and have an up-close encounter with a live animal.

Day Programs: GREATER NEW HAVEN     back to top

Adventures in Art
Creative Arts Workshop
80 Audubon Street
New Haven, CT 06510
(203) 562-4927
www.creativeartsworkshop.org
Adventures in Art is a summer program for young people, ages 4-17. One- or two-week programs with an extended day program until 5:30 p.m. for an additional fee. Payment plans available. Program runs June 19 through August 11. Register by phone, on line, or in person.

Camp Invention
Locations throughout Middlesex, New Haven and Hartford counties
(800) 968-4332
www.campinvention.org
Imaginations get their rocket fuel at Camp Invention! The all-new curriculum allows children in K-6th grade to transform a distant exoplanet, blast rockets, wire circuits and take risks as future entrepreneurs. Educators lead a week of hands-on STEM activities, fueling kid’s 21st century skills.

Cheshire Nursery School Summer Program
200 Mansion Road
Cheshire, CT 06410
(203) 272-5435
www.thecheshirenurseryschool.com
Summer Fun Awaits! Join our exciting program exclusively for ages 3-6. Features discovery-based art, music/movement, science exploration, literacy and social skills, along with outdoor games, sports and water play. Outdoor nature classroom and zipline. Small group sessions offered through July and Aug.

Choate Rosemary Hall Summer Programs
333 Christian Street
Wallingford, CT 06492
(203) 697-2365
www.choate.edu/summer
June 25-July 28. Follow your path to discovery during the 2-, 4- and 5-week academic summer programs for middle and high school students. Choose: Theater Arts Institute, Documentary Filmmaking, EnviroTech for Girls, Invention and Design Lab or the Summer Abroad Programs.

Choate Rosemary Hall Young Artists Summer Programs
333 Christian Street
Wallingford, CT 06492
(203) 697-2365
www.choate.edu/summer
Session I: June 26-July 7; Session II: July 10-21. For children in grades K & 1 and 2-7 interested in live theater and visual arts. Foundations in acting, singing, dance, theater games and improvisation. Students present an informal demo at the end of each session. Morning and full-day programs avail.

Cradles to Crayons
447 Boston Street
Guilford, CT 06437
(203) 453-0261
www.cradles-2-crayons.com
Incorporating art, music, crafts, dramatic play, math/science and special events. Air conditioned buildings insure comfort inside. A large playground equipped with water play activities fosters all around summer enjoyment. NAEYC accredited.

The Foote School Summer Theater Program
50 Loomis Place
New Haven, CT 06511
(203) 777-3464 
www.footeschool.org/summer
Spend your summer at Foote! Foote’s unmatched summer theater experience and Early & Late Summer Adventures welcome participants from kindergarten through high school and beyond.

Guilford Art Center Summer Youth Program
411 Church Street
Guilford, CT 06437
(203) 453-5947
www.guilfordartcenter.org
From June 19-August 18, students, ages 3 1/2-12, can choose a variety of classes including clay, painting and drawing, sewing and more. Week-long classes run mornings, 9 a.m.-noon; and afternoons beginning at 1 p.m. Classes may be combined for a full day. Tuition assistance available.

Hamden Hall Summer Programs
225 Skiff Street
Hamden, CT 06517
(203) 752-2600, ext. 453
www.hamdenhall.org
Join us for a week, or the entire summer, and be part of the fun and excitement that fill each day of our comprehensive summer program at the Beckerman Athletic Center. There are programs for children of all ages! Visit our website for detailed information about Camp Hornet and a variety of Sports Camps.

Holiday Hill Day Camp
Cheshire, CT 06410 
(203) 387-2267
www.holidayhilldaycamp.com
Traditional program updated for tons of fun. Coed for ages 4-13. Bus transportation and meals included. Camp dates are June 26-August 18. ACA accredited. Contact the director for brochure. Open house scheduled for May 7.

Hopkins School
986 Forest Road
New Haven, CT 06515
(203) 387-1001
www.hopkins.edu/summerschool
Hopkins Summer School features a wide variety of programs in sports, academics, computer programming and study skills for students entering grades 3-12. June 26-August 4.

Kumon
Locations throughout Connecticut
(800) ABC-MATH (800-222-6284)
www.kumon.com
This is the perfect time for your child to join Kumon Math and Reading programs. The Kumon Method lets children learn at their own pace, so that they can grasp any concept, regardless of age or grade level. Your child will gain confidence that will last a lifetime.

Lauralton Hall Sports & Enrichment for Kids
200 High Street
Milford, CT 06460
(203) 877-2786, ext. 175
www.seforkids.com
Runs from June 26-August 11. A coed program designed for kids in grades K-8. Campers may choose from a wide range of activities including science, cooking, sports, art, music and more. Sessions are taught by qualified adults on Lauralton’s 30-acre campus.

New Haven Ballet
70 Audubon Street
New Haven, CT 06510
(203) 782-9038
www.newhavenballet.org
For ages 3 and up. Providing the finest classical ballet training and dance education in southern Connecticut to students training for a professional career or dancing for the sheer joy and pleasure of movement. There are Children’s and Student Divisions and an Open Division for teens & adults.

Redwing Pond House Preschool
21 Milan Street
Ansonia, CT 06401
(203) 734-7974
www.rwphpreschool.org
Offering exciting, fun-filled, nature-based summer camps for your 3-5-year-old. Come garden, play, learn and explore with us this summer. Camps offered 8:30-11:30 a.m., June 19-22, June 26-29, July 17-20 and July 24-27. For adventurous children over 5, visit ansonianaturecenter.org.

Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp at Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School
177 College St.
New Haven, CT 06510
(203) 624-1825
www.shubertcamp.com
For rising 5th-8th graders, runs in two sessions: July 3-14 and July 17-28. Classes include acting, dance, visual arts, film, photography and more! The Musical Theater productions are Disney’s Cinderella Kids and Sleeping Beauty Kids, Shrek the Musical, Jr. and Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella.

Stork Club, Inc.
Six locations: Rocky Hill/Hartford, Glastonbury, Southington, Cheshire, Meriden and Orange
(860) 563-9096
www.storkclubs.com
Offering a fun-filled summer program that includes field trips, special visitors, luncheons, theme days, parties, sprinkler play as well as creative projects and activities. This program runs from the end of school to the start of school. Call your local club for prices and information.

Day Programs: MIDDLESEX COUNTY     back to top

Bushy Hill Day Camps
253 Bushy Hill Road
Ivoryton, CT 06442
(860) 767-2148
www.bushyhill.org
Located on 700+ acres surrounding a private lake. Campers, ages 4-16, learn and play through hands-on experiential activities, which include high and low ropes course, outdoor cooking, hiking, swimming, archery, canoeing, mud-diving and survival skills. Transportation. Sessions: 6/19-8/25.

Camp Invention
Locations throughout Middlesex, New Haven and Hartford counties
(800) 968-4332
www.campinvention.org
Imaginations get their rocket fuel at Camp Invention! The all-new curriculum allows children in K-6th grade to transform a distant exoplanet, blast rockets, wire circuits and take risks as future entrepreneurs. Educators lead a week of hands-on STEM activities, fueling kid’s 21st century skills.

Carrot Patch - Shoreline
2 Maple Avenue
Clinton, CT 06413
(860) 664-0622
www.carrotpatchkids.com
A warm community school with an emphasis on individualized exploration and growth. Children enjoy a holistic, nature-focused curriculum. Summer Camp is offered in July and August for children in Preschool to Grade 3. Summer Camps are run by our regular degreed teaching staff.

The Independent Day School Summer Enrichment Programs
115 Laurel Brook Road
Middlefield, CT 06455
(860) 347-7235
www.independentdayschool.org/summer-programs   
Summer Explorers is a theme-based, recreational program for ages 3-6, while the Summer Academy, for ages 6-14, includes athletics, arts & music and academics based on their Centers of Excellence: design thinking & digital arts, visual & performing arts, environmental literacy and global citizenship.

Kate’s Camp for Kids
300 Main Street
Old Saybrook, CT 06475
(860) 767-0026
www.community-music-school.org
Kate’s Camp for Kids is a summer arts day camp for  5-10-year-olds at the state-of-the-art Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center. Each week-long session offers a diverse range of activities in music, theater, art and dance, with a performance for family and friends on the final day.

The Learning Experience
181 Shunpike Road
Cromwell, CT 06416
(860) 316-2766
http://cromwell.tlechildcare.com
We offer premier care to children, ages 6 weeks-5 years. We are not just a day care, but a complete child development center with a dynamic environment committed to quality care and the education of your child. We offer hands-on summer camps filled with fun and education. Contact us to learn more!

Summer Adventure Camps at the Connecticut River Museum
67 Main Street
Essex, CT 06426
(860) 767-8269
www.ctrivermuseum.org
Offering children, ages 6-12, the opportunity to get hands-on in history and science and have fun learning about the Connecticut River Valley at two locations: historic Bushnell Farm in Old Saybrook and the museum’s riverfront campus in Essex. Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aftercare until 5 p.m.

Xavier High School Summer Camps
181 Randolph Road
Middletown, CT 06457
(860) 346-7735
www.xavierhighschool.org/summer
For boys entering grades 5-9. Eight one-week athletic camps include rowing, strength and conditioning, wrestling, track & field, baseball, soccer, lacrosse and football. Interact with Xavier coaches, learn fundamentals and improve skills. Two-week enrichment camps feature robotics, biotech and more.

YMCA Camp Ingersoll
94 Camp Ingersoll Road
Portland, CT 06480
(860) 343-6239
www.campingersoll.org
Life-changing summer experiences. Leaders in the Y Camp Readers initiative, Olders’ Skill Clinics and arts-based camps. As part of the Y, we have a history of providing enriching, value-driven programs, which continue to positively influence campers through their lifetime.

Day Programs: WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY   back to top

Just Wee Two
Locations in Greenwich, Stamford and Westchester County, NY
(800) 404-2204
www.justweetwo.com
Children, 8 months-3.5 years and grownups, participate in: arts/crafts, music playtime and story time. Each class is 1.5 hours and limited to 10 children with caregiver. Partial separation and 2-hour separation classes offered. Three, 11-week sessions: fall, winter and spring; 6-week summer session.

Day Programs: LITCHFIELD COUNTY     back to top

Boulder Ridge Day Camp
104 Goose Green Road
Barkhamsted, CT 06063
(860) 379-6500
www.boulderday.com
The traditional camp program gives campers exposure to a wide variety of activities. Swim instruction is available for all campers. Conveniently located for both Hartford and Litchfield County families. Offering 2-, 4-, 6- and 8-week sessions.

Litchfield Jazz Camp
Canterbury School
101 Aspetuck Avenue
New Milford, CT 06776
(860) 361-6285
www.litchfieldjazzcamp.com
A coed one-to-four-week residential or day program for vocalists and instrumentalist, ages 12-18, hosted by Canterbury School. There is no pre-audition required to attend. We focus on individual musical and personal growth using small groups, hands-on experience and skill-based combos.

Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education Summer Arts Program
84 Main Street
Torrington, CT 06790 
(860) 489-7180
www.warnertheatre.org/summer-arts-program.html 
Three two-week sessions in arts education for young people, ages 6-16 that provide children and teens with an opportunity to explore a wide variety of performing and visual arts. No previous experience necessary. Licensed by the State of Connecticut Department of Health.

Day Programs: EASTERN CONNECTICUT     back to top

Fearless Flyers Academy Summer Program
800 Flanders Road
Mystic, CT 06355
(860) 245-4154
www.fearlessflyersacademy.com
Give your kids an experience they’ll never forget. Kids will learn flying trapeze, aerial silks, trampoline, static trapeze, stilt walking, globe walking, performance art, juggling and more. Camp sessions end with a free performance starring your kids.

Kumon
Locations throughout Connecticut
(800) ABC-MATH (800-222-6284)
www.kumon.com
This is the perfect time for your child to join Kumon Math and Reading programs. The Kumon Method lets children learn at their own pace, so that they can grasp any concept, regardless of age or grade level. Your child will gain confidence that will last a lifetime.

Mansfield’s Holiday Hill Day Camp
41 Chaffeeville Road
Mansfield, CT 06250
(860) 423-1375
www.holidayrecreation.com
THE summer place for boys and girls who want to have fun, make friends, keep active and grow strong. A world of adventure where kids learn social and physical skills in an atmosphere of encouragement and acceptance. Three generations of families agree: at Holiday Hill, summer never felt so good!

St. Thomas More School: Summer @ STM
45 Cottage Road
Oakdale, CT 06370
(860) 823-3861
www.stmct.org
For boys entering grades 7-9 (Learn2Learn) or grades 10-12 (Academic Camp). Core courses: English, history, math, science. Electives: SAT prep, study skills/time management. Sports: soccer/basketball/lax. 5-week session, July 2-Aug. 4. Half sessions: July 2-18 & July 19-August 4. Your son will succeed!

The Williams School, Summer 2017 Art, Robotics & Engineering Design and Sports Camps
182 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
(860) 443-5333
www.williamsschool.org/summercamps
Art camp explores the science of art and fashion design. Robotics & engineering design camp will utilize LEGO® EV3 robotics system and LEGO Mindstorm software. Heighten your lacrosse, soccer and/or basketball skills in nightly sessions stressing instruction that promotes player development.

Day Programs: OUT OF STATE     back to top

Nature’s Classroom Summer Camps
19 Harrington Road
Charlton, MA 01507
(508) 248-2741
www.naturesclassroom.org
Kids should learn to live, work and play together, not through forced conformity to rules, but through understanding individual responsibilities in a social setting. Kids will learn to honestly appreciate the individual differences in people that are fostered in the development of a harmonious community.

Springfield Museums
21 Edwards Street
Springfield, MA 01103
(413) 263-6800, ext. 377 or 382
www.springfieldmuseums.org/programs/category/classes/youth
Full and half-day programs and courses for ages 5-16 on a range of topics from art and design to natural history and sciences. All classes are kept to 12 or fewer participants, and are designed to capitalize on the unique collections and facilities of the Springfield Museums. Call ext. 377 or 382.

GROUP OUTINGS    back to top

Bounce! Danbury
21 Prindle Lane
Danbury, CT 06810
(203) 942-2449
www.bouncedanbury.com
Perfect outing location for camps, groups and parties of all sizes. Two trampoline bungee jumps, a huge main jump court with additional dodgeball courts, foam pits, Ninja-style Bounce! Xtreme obstacle courses, separate Bounce! Jr. Zone, laser light extravaganza for Jump ‘n Glow, arcade and more.

The Discovery Museum and Planetarium
4450 Park Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604
(203) 372-3521, ext. 117
www.discoverymuseum.org
Hands-on learning fun just off Merritt, exit 47. Daily planetarium shows, interactive exhibits with fun challenges and NASA space mission simulations for groups and parties. Scout badge courses, overnights and more. Group discounts and offers. 8 weeks and 36 programs for summer. What will you discover?

Launch Trampoline Park
91 Brainard Road
Hartford, CT 06114
(860) 246-5867
www.launchct.com
If you’re looking for a fun, unique and memorable experience for your group, we’ll provide you with an easy-to-plan event based on your group’s size, budget and preferences. With group rates and facility rental options available, the larger your group the more you’ll save.

Monster Mini Golf
14 Starr Road, Danbury, CT 06810
(203) 744-4653
Christmas Tree Plaza, 210 River Road, Orange, CT 06477
(203) 553-9267
www.monsterminigolf.com
An exciting, indoor, monster-themed, glow-in-the-dark, 18-hole miniature golf course that offers a host of fun activities at every turn. Our Orange location features a 2,300 sq. ft. laser tag arena! Group outings are custom designed for the individual needs of each organization and are geared for groups of 25 to 200.

Stepping Stones Museum for Children
303 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06850
(203) 899-0606
www.steppingstonesmuseum.org
Whether 5th graders are examining Gadgets and Gizmos or preschoolers are exploring Radical Rockets, this is an exciting destination. We can also come to you. Custom experiences are available. Exhibits and STEAM-related workshops are aligned to national/state frameworks.

SPECIAL NEEDS     back to top

Camp Huntington
56 Bruceville Road
High Falls, NY 12440
(855) 707-2267
www.camphuntington.com
A coed, residential camp for children and young adults with autism and related developmental and learning disabilities, ADD. Ability levels: mild to moderate-severe. Therapeutically and instructionally designed programs are safe, learning-based, fun and rewarding.

Easterseals Camp Hemlocks
85 Jones Street
Amston, CT 06248
(860) 228-0393
www.oakhillct.org
An accessible camp for youth and adults with physical, sensory, intellectual and developmental disabilities. We offer a traditional camping experience for campers ages 8+. Our fully accessible activities include: swimming, boating & fishing, arts & crafts, climbing our challenge tower and more.

Pinnacle Summer School Program
44 Commerce Road
Stamford, CT 06902
(203) 409-0068
www.pinnacle-ct.org
Offering students a highly individualized experience with a low student-to-teacher ratio. We focus on reinforcing academic skills learned over the course of the year while broadening students’ understanding of their practical applications. Students gain greater insight into their passions.

Vista Life Innovations Exploring Independence Summer Program
1356 Old Clinton Road
Westbrook, CT 06498
(860) 399-8080, ext. 108
www.vistalifeinnovations.org/exploring-independence  
The Exploring Independence summer program provides an introduction to life at Vista and the independence of adulthood in a supported learning environment.

SPECIALIZED SPORTS CAMPS     back to top

Bantam Swim Academy
300 Summit Street
Hartford, CT 06106
(216) 374-7274
www.totalcamps.com/bantamswimacademy
Think it. See it. Do it — is exactly how swimmers make technical changes to improve stroke efficiency. Swimmers are repeatedly told how to fix their stroke (Think it). Underwater analysis is the best way to visualize the change (See it). Practice is the avenue to make the change (Do it).

Brunswick Sports Camp, Day Camp & Clinics
100 Maher Ave.
Greenwich, CT 06830
(203) 625-5854
www.bwick.org/summersportscamp
Coed camp for ages 5-14; basketball, baseball, tennis, soccer, lacrosse, squash, football, swimming and more. Campers will receive 10 hours of various sports instruction per week and play games. Phenomenal facilities, special guests and varsity coaches. Begins June 12. Limited enrollment.

Chelsea Piers Summer Sports Camps
1 Blachley Road
Stamford, CT 06902
(203) 989-1100
www.chelseapiersCT.com/camp
Full- and half-day camps for kids, ages 3-18 in a wide variety of sports from June 19-Sept. 1. Campers can choose soccer, gymnastics, basketball, hockey, ice skating, squash, tennis, swimming, lacrosse or multi-sport camps. Sign up by April 28 and receive an Early Bird discount.

Choate Rosemary Hall Athletics Advantage
333 Christian Street
Wallingford, CT 06492
(203) 697-2365
www.choate.edu/summer
June 26-30: baseball; July 3-7: coed basketball; July 24-28: girls lacrosse. Take your game to the next level with a week of focused training and skill development. Taught by Choate’s varsity coaches and team members, athletes refine their skills as well as learn what it takes to play on a varsity team.

FCBarcelona Soccer Camp
Connecticut Sportsplex
216 Foxon Road
North Branford, CT 06471
(954) 652-2100
www.fcbarcelonasoccercamps.com
Offering unique and exciting opportunities to experience specialized soccer training through an official partnership with the world’s most successful soccer team and their expert coaches. Enjoy exclusive access to FCBarcelona training methods for a true Barca experience.

Getner Barn Summer Riding Camp
40 Oak Hill Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06854
(203) 451-2521
www.wishesforhorses.com
A small, local barn in Norwalk that offers summer camp in horseback riding and horsemanship. Two sessions per day: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 1-3 p.m. Visit www.wishesforhorses.com for more information.

Grand Slam Tennis Club
Summer Junior Tennis Programs
1 Bedford-Banksville Road
Bedford, NY 10506
(914) 234-9206
www.grandslamtennisclub.com
Tennis for ages 3-18, all skill levels, beginners welcome! Exclusive IGNITE Junior 10 and under tennis program is designed to help young children learn to play while having tons of fun. Includes weekly, full-day and half-day options. Sign up now for spring classes and Summer Tennis Programs.

Hamden Heronettes Synchronized Swim Team
Hamden, CT 06514
(203) 850-7058
www.heronettes.org
www.facebook.com/heronettes
An elite competitive team for swimmers in grades 2-12. Evening Intro to Synchro classes offered year-round at Hamden High School pool. Synchronized swimming combines gymnastics & dance skills with strength & endurance for a creative athletic experience.

INTENSITY Tennis & Squash
490-508 Westport Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851
(203) 853-7727
www.intensity.club
Avoid the heat this summer in our fully climate-controlled indoor courts! Tennis and squash for ages 2-18, all skill levels, beginners through nationally-ranked juniors. With a low student:pro ratio, players develop skills while having an amazing experience. Camp starts June 20 and runs through August 25.

Joe Namath Football Camp
Western Connecticut State University (West Side Campus)
Danbury, CT 06810
(866) 626-2841
www.joenamathcamp.com
The Joe Namath Football Camp will be conducting a session this summer at WCSU in Danbury. Camp runs from July 10-13, and is open to boys, ages 8-18. In our 45th year of operation, we continue to offer the finest football instruction emphasizing individual technique and competitive team play.

Next Dimension Gymnastics
25 Lindeman Drive
Trumbull, CT 06611
(203) 372-3222 
www.nextdimensiongymnastics.com
Next Dimension offers 10 weeks of summer camps in our fully air conditioned 15,500 square foot facility. Your child will have a great time playing games, making crafts, dancing, using the inflatables, climbing the rock wall and of course . . . lots of gymnastics! Full-day and half-day options are available.

Ride N’ Splash Horseback Riding Camp at the Guilford Riding School
575 Clapboard Hill Road
Guilford, CT 06437
(203) 453-8768
www.grsriding.com
Our 25th year bringing you the CT shoreline’s coolest summer riding day camp for kids, ages 8-14. Absolute beginners to experienced riders; hands-on horse care in the stable. A complete equestrian adventure with a cool-off swim at day’s end. Registration begins in January.

Stamford Twin Rinks
Ice Skating & Hockey Camps
1063 Hope Street, Stamford, CT 06907
(203) 968-9000
www.stamfordtwinrinks.com
For 20 years, Twin Rinks has provided a fun, safe and cool environment for skaters! Hockey camps and clinics are implemented by former NHL players and local coaching professionals. Ice skating camps integrate learning to ice skate and skills development with off ice fun: karate, dance, crafts and more.

Stone Age Rock Gym
195 Adams Street, P.O. Box 8362
Manchester, CT 06042
(860) 645-0015
www.stoneagerockgym.com
Rock climbing (indoors and outside). All technical rock climbing gear is provided. Each camper is supplied with harness, rock climbing shoes and chalk bag. Employ professional, certified guides. Limited enrollment. Visit website for forms, details and more.

Weston Racquet Club
Summer Junior Tennis Programs
405 Newtown Turnpike
Weston, CT 06883
(203) 226-3349
www.westonracquet.com
Tennis for ages 3-18, all skill levels, beginners welcome! Exclusive IGNITE Junior 10 and under tennis program is designed to help young children learn to play while having tons of fun. Includes weekly and daily options. Sign up now for Spring and Summer Tennis Programs.

Yale Bulldog Sports Camp
Payne Whitney Gymnasium
70 Tower Parkway
New Haven, CT 06520
203-432-2488
http://yalebulldogs.com

RESIDENTIAL AND DAY PROGRAMS     back to top

Camp Claire
15 Oakland Avenue
Lyme, CT 06371
(888) 582-2622
www.campclaire.org
Camp Claire is a rustic, old-fashioned summer camp offering residential camping for girls and boys, ages 7-14 as well as day camp. LIT and CIT programs also available. It is a place steeped in traditional family values and gives kids the freedom to be kids. Daily programs are created to enrich the campers’ lives.

Camp Clio
Lyme, CT 06371
(212) 472-5207
www.campclio.org
A seriously fun, good, old-fashioned camp for adopted children, ages 9-12. NEW this year, Camp Clio Teen for ages 13-17! Campers share cabins with other adopted children and teenage counselors who are themselves adopted. An informal picnic adoption discussion is led by Spence-Chapin social workers.

Camp Laurelwood
463 Summer Hill Road
Madison, CT 06443
(203) 421-3736
www.camplaurelwood.org
Both traditional day and overnight camp options. Campers enjoy swimming, boating, high/low ropes course challenges, tennis, soccer, volleyball and softball instruction. Also, drama, nature, arts & crafts, music and special events. And, don’t forget new specialty camps for lacrosse and basketball.

Camp Washington: Celebrating 100 Years
190 Kenyon Road
Lakeside, CT 06758
(860) 567-9623
www.campwashington.org
Established in 1917, we have been nurturing exploration and transformation for 100 years! On our 300-acre campus in the Litchfield Hills, we welcome you to relax and learn, have fun, make lifelong friends and find God in nature. The official summer camp of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut.

Forman School Summer Program
12 Norfolk Road
Litchfield, CT 06759
(860) 567-1802
www.formanschool.org/summer
A four-week, coed boarding and day camp for bright students who learn differently entering grades 7-11. Individualized classes. Students discover their learning styles, self advocacy, strategies and executive function skills. Afternoons: jewelry making, boat building, athletics, theater and more.

Girl Scouts of Connecticut
(203) 239-2922
www.gsofct.org
Calling ALL girls in grades K-12. Register now for a summer to remember and memories to last a lifetime. Day Camp: An-Se-Ox, Oxford; Aspetuck, Weston; Carlson, Bristol; Katoya, Milford; Laurel, Lebanon; Merrie-Wood, Manchester. Resident Camp: Laurel, Lebanon; and Timber Trails, Tolland, MA.

iD Tech Camps
Held at Fairfield, Wesleyan, Southern, Trinity, WCSU and 150+ prestigious campuses nationwide
(844) 788-1858
www.iDTech.com
Code, game and create at the #1 summer tech camp! Students, ages 7-17, code apps, design video games, mod Minecraft, engineer robots, create websites, explore virtual reality, discover cyber security and more. Explore a top campus and master new skills!

Incarnation Camps
c/o P.O. Box 577
 Ivoryton, CT 06442
(860) 767-0848
www.incarnationcamp.org
America’s oldest coed summer camp. Campers sleep in beautiful rustic platform tents in the heart of a 700-acre wooded setting. The mile-long private lake provides a background for swimming, boating, field sports, farm, arts & crafts, woodworking, music and all that goes into making a memorable summer!

Project Oceanology
1084 Shennecossett Road
Groton, CT 06340
(860) 445-9007
www.oceanology.org
Fun-filled learning aboard research vessels & small boats in marine labs and on nearby shorelines. Join a week of hands-on, brains-on discovery of coastal, near-shore and offshore marine life habitats learning marine science. Choose residential Ocean Camp, (gr. 6-12) & Ocean Explorer day camp (gr. 5-7).

SEEK at Kent School
1 Macedonia Road
Kent, CT 06757
(860) 927-6188
www.kent-school.edu/academics/seek  
Summer Education Experience at Kent (SEEK) offers pre-engineering, aviation, manufacturing and entrepreneurship for grades 8-12. In collaboration with Wharton School of Business, Harvard Univ., Georgia Tech, UConn School of Engineering, FlightSafety International & Performance Flight Sch.

GIRLS RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS     back to top

Chinqueka
Bantam, CT 06750
(860) 567-9678
www.chinqueka.com
Boutique traditional overnight camp for girls, ages 6-16, on Mt. Tom Pond near Litchfield. Offering 2- and 4-week sessions. Featuring instructional and elective time, including team sports, waterfront (including waterskiing), extreme adventure, dance, gymnastics, cheerleading, creative arts and more.

BOYS RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS     back to top

Awosting
296 West Street
Morris, CT 06763
(860) 567-4924
www.awosting.com
Boutique traditional overnight camp for boys, ages 6-16, on Bantam Lake near Litchfield. Offering 2- and 4-week sessions. Featuring instructional and elective time, including team sports, waterskiing, boating, go-karts, ziplines, creative arts and more.

Night Eagle Wilderness Adventures
P.O. Box 374, Cuttingsville, VT 05738
(802) 446-6100
www.nighteaglewilderness.com
Community living based on a spirit of cooperation rather than competition. Primitive camp where boys develop an authentic sense of personal accomplishment: tipi living, wilderness skills, canoeing, hiking, nature crafts, much more. 1-, 2-, 3- and 6-week sessions. ACA accredited.

COED RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS    back to top

Animal Camp Jamaica
Runaway Bay, Jamaica
(573) 458-2125
www.animalcampjamaica.com
Teens, 14-18, spend 13 days on the island of Jamaica! Mornings are spent in the blue sea and afternoons are filled with adventure! Climb Dunn’s River Falls, pet a stingray at Dolphin Cove and tube down the Rio Bueno River. Campers stay at a private villa with their lifeguard and CPR-trained chaperones.

Camp Berger
134 Wahnee Road
Winchester Center, CT 06094
(860) 238-7949
www.campberger.com
Greatest value overnight camp in CT, $400 per week! For 62 years, offering opportunities to develop a sense of discovery, adventure, friendship and fun. Archery, arts & crafts, boating, fishing, forest golf, nature, sports and more Ages 8-14 with a CIT Program for ages, 15-17. 7 sessions, June 25-Aug. 12.

Camp Half Moon
Great Barrington, MA 01230
(413) 528-0940
www.camphalfmoon.com
Summers as they should be! A traditional coed camp experience for ages 6-17 with an elective activity program tailored to each camper’s interests. Full waterfront on beautiful Lake Buel, heated pool, skate park, zipline and over 30 activities to choose from. Beautiful campus. Celebrating 95 years.

Camp Marist
22 Abel Boulevard
Effingham, NH 03882
(603) 539-4552 
www.campmarist.org
Located on Ossipee Lake in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Dedicated and professional staff provides a traditional activity program that includes horseback riding, go-karts, tennis, water skiing, soccer, ropes challenge, baseball, archery and more. Ages 6-16. ACA accredited.

Cub Creek Science Camp
16795 State Route E
Rolla, MO 65401
(573) 458-2125
www.MOSciencecamp.com
With 300 animals, a six-element ropes course and a  variety of activities, Cub Creek Science Camp is a unique summer camp experience for boys and girls, 7-17. Campers make lasting friendships and memories under the guidance and encouragement of 90 well-trained, caring staff members. ACA accredited.

iD Coding & Engineering Academy
Held at Yale, Princeton, Stanford and select universities nationwide
(844) 788-1858
www.iDTech.com/Programming
Dive into coding culture! At this two-week overnight academy, students, ages 13-18, explore advanced topics in programming, app development, electrical engineering, cyber security and robotics. Create an awesome portfolio, receive elite instruction and prepare for college!

iD Game Design & Development Academy
Held at NYU, Harvard, Stanford and select universities nationwide
(844) 788-1858 
www.iDTech.com/Gaming
Don’t just play video games — design them. At this two-week overnight academy, students, ages 13-18, explore advanced topics in 3D modeling and 3D printing, video game design, programming, virtual reality and level design. Create a portfolio and prepare for college!

Salisbury Summer School
251 Canaan Road
Salisbury, CT 06068 
(860) 435-5732
www.salisburysummerschool.org
Since 1946, Salisbury Summer School has been working with boys and girls entering grades 7-12 who are striving toward important educational milestones. Small classes and individualized attention help students reach their goals. It is an ideal program to prepare students for their next step.

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE    back to top

Two Coyotes Wilderness School
P.O. Box 711
Monroe, CT 06468
(203) 843-3122
www.twocoyotes.org
Dedicated to nurturing healthy, whole human beings by building self-awareness, community and connecting people to nature. Wilderness survival, wildlife tracking and naturalist skills are tools to  better understand ourselves & our place in the world. In Newtown, Granby & Killingworth.

 

 

 

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