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School age Summer Camp 2017
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campers have the opportunity to expand their horizons during the summer, embark on new adventures, and have fun! Our exceptional program and dedicated staff create an environment that forges lifelong friendships among our campers. We create a summer experience that is unforgettable
all starts with our outstanding camp counselors! A camp is only as good as its staff, and we are extremely proud of ours. Talent, creativity, love of children, leadership, and devotion make our camp counselors the heart and soul of the program.
Academy counselors are doing exactly what they enjoy most: spending a summer inspiring campers to explore, reach for new heights and expend your horizons
June 12 – September 1
Mysteries at the Museum
Move It! Mix It! Mess It! Do It!
Color Me Happy
Hiding in the Garden
What’s Beyond the Moon?
On the Boardwalk
WEEK 11 Building without BlocksWEEK 12 Knight Vision
Chesterbrook Academy Summer Camp 2017
The key to
12 weeks of summer fun!Slide3
Academy Summer Camp 2017
It! Mix It! Mess it! Do it!
Messy science experiences are the best kind. Our campers get their hands dirty to create homemade play dough, "
," 3D sand art, and more
at the Museum
little detectives strengthen their problem solving skills through group projects and peer interactions that encourage positive relationships
Dragons, fairies, superheroes, oh my! Campers go on a magical adventure as books come to life through song,
and dramatic play.
Campers set sail on a pirate-themed voyage. They build pirate ships, search for hidden treasure, and even test their balance
coordination skills by walking the plank.
Color Me Happy
Explore the wonderful world of color! From painting, to sculpting, to drawing and more, campers mix colors and let their creativity run wild.
Learn all about the mysterious lives of
and the scientists who study
Campers read stories about pre-historic life, dig for fossils, and use clues to uncover dinosaur eggs.
Campers practice a variety of kitchen skills while creating delicious concoctions. Along with habits of self-help and good nutrition
learn important academic, social and physical skills.
Hiding in the Garden
Campers investigate all aspects of Mother Nature including weather, bugs, and habitats. Their green thumbs will be put to the test as they create their own mini gardens and learn about the life cycle of plants.
What’s beyond the moon?
Get ready for an amazing exploration of space. Campers embark on an imaginative journey to the moon and back, as they learn more about our solar system through dramatic play, art, stories, and more.
On the Boardwalk
We're bringing the beach to you this
dive into seaside adventures while exploring ocean creatures, building sand castles, and playing beach games.
Building without Blocks
Children think outside the box to create structures using recycled materials including cups, sticks, cardboard
and milk jugs. The possibilities are endless.
Hear ye! Hear ye! Children travel back to
to unravel mysteries, explore knights in shining armor, and read about castles in far away lands.Slide4