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Campers are split into four divisions based on age. The groups are structured so your child has the best summer camp experience while growing, making new friends, and learning new skills. Age groups are based on the school year beginning in September 2017.
PEE WEE CAMP | 4 ½ - 6 years
Teddies: entering kindergarten
Gummies: entering first grade
Gender: coed | Counselor-camper ratio: 1-6
Our youngest campers are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild! With an emphasis on cooperative play, we introduce kids to the fundamentals of sports and fitness. Children have the opportunity to try a variety of new activities and receive individualized attention in small groups from counselors, coaches, and instructors. Our programs are uniquely structured to build important social skills and promote teamwork and good sportsmanship. Register now.
JUNIOR CAMP | 6 – 8 years
Pandas: entering second grade
Koalas: entering third grade
Gender: coed | Counselor-camper ratio: 1-7
Junior Camp programming focuses on developing more advanced skills in the arts and athletics. Campers are exposed to a variety of sports and are encouraged to cultivate their artistic exploration through movement, drawing, painting, and creative writing. At the core of Junior Camp curriculum, activities focus on teamwork and building confidence and friendships. Register now.
SENIOR CAMP | 8 – 13 years
Cardinals: entering fourth grade
Blue Jays: entering fifth grade
Leopard: entering sixth through eighth grades
Gender: coed | Counselor-camper ratio: 1-10
Senior Camp provides adolescents the springboard to become future leaders. Campers are given the opportunity to build confidence and assume leadership roles. Senior campers customize their summer camp experience through electives, to encourage independent thinking. Previous options include newspaper club, dance, theater, sports, and fitness.
Overnight and Day Trips
Each week, campers spend three days at Asphalt Green and two days off campus experiencing all the tri-state area has to offer.
- Action Park
- Rock climbing
- Liberty Science Center
- Club Getaway (optional overnight)
- Whitewater rafting (optional overnight)
COUNSELOR IN TRAINING (CIT)
Our CIT program provides teens (ages 14 to 15) with the tools to become successful leaders, role models, and Summer Day Camp staff members. The program develops young leaders through hands-on experiences, guided group discussion, certification training, skill-building exercises, and professional mentorship. Participants will engage in daily camp operations, learn about various staff roles, and have the opportunity to explore their strengths. CITs are involved in camp theme days and select field trips, creating a memorable and educational summer.
Sample Counselor in Training Activities:
- CPR and first aid training
- Leadership exercises
- Team-building exercises
- Camp community service project