Full Day Sessions

gr. 1 - 5 -  Pretty Brook Farm Day Camp- 1 wk

Sessions 2,3,4  Full-Day, gr. 1-5, 1 wk/$440 

At Pretty Brook Farm Day Camp,campers entering grades 1-5 will get the opportunity to experience a wide range of activities in a traditional day camp setting. In a typical session, campers will be grouped by age to engage in a variety of arts and crafts, athletics, and outdoor programs including Archery with weekly themes offering variety. We also will be including the ever-popular Friday water day once again.  Our experienced and compassionate staff will guide your child throughout the camp day, creating a safe, educationally stimulating, and unforgettably fun experience!
Pretty Brook Farm Day Camp is offered in full day, one week options!


gr. 1-6 & 7-12 - Competitive Edge Hockey: Boys & Girls - 1 wk

Boys and Girls
Session 3: full-day, July 7-11, gr. 7-10 , 1 wk/$385      July 14-July 18, gr. 1-6, 1 wk
, $385
Session 4: full-day, July 21-25, gr. 7-10, 1 wk/$385    July 28-August 1, gr. 1-6, 1 wk, $385


To register for hockey, visit the Competitive Edge website.
Discounts are available, please visit the Competitive Edge website.

There is no better time to practice your stick skills, develop your skating, learn game strategy, and improve your overall performance on the ice, then during the warm summer months. What makes our hockey program unique? Not only will you receive abundant ice time, but you will learn from the best: head instructor, Scott Bertoli, is a former Trenton Titan (team captain), as well as the current PDS boy’s varsity ice hockey coach, and head instructor. Having led ice hockey programs with Competitive Edge for the past 10 years, Scott Bertoli is thrilled to take full advantage of the outstanding facilities at Princeton Day School this summer. A typical daily schedule looks like this:

8:30-8:45am- Drop off
9:00-10:00am- Skating and fundamentals of the game
10:00-11:00am- Small area games and team concepts
11:15-12:00pm- Lunch (not provided)
12:00-1:00pm- Conditioning, movie, or outdoor activity
1:15-2:15pm- Shooting and scoring
2:15-3:00pm- Full-ice games and controlled scrimmage
3:15pm- Dismissal
Fridays end at 11:15am

For more information, please visit the Competitive Edge website, or call Scott Bertoli: (609) 306-2621.

gr. 1-8 - Competitive Edge Lacrosse (Boys) - (7/7 - 7/11) or (7/14-7/18)

Session 3: Full-day, July 7-11 or July 14-18, gr. 1-8, Boys, 1 wk, $295

Click here to register. -- The Competitive Edge Lacrosse camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of the game in a fun and exciting way to boys in grades 1 to 8. The objective of this camp is to identify and improve each and every camper's abilities and skill set to help in reaching their lacrosse potential. This is achieved through high-level instruction from Varsity/Club coaches, DI and DIII college players and special guests that could include MLL players, College All Americans, and Team USA and/or Irish National team players. The camp will be broken down by both age and experience to better guide the instruction of play. Throughout the course of the week, each player will receive individual one on one assessment, team training, and competition level instruction. Instructed by Rob Tuckman, Head Varsity Lacrosse Coach at PDS, and Peter Higgins, Head Middle School Lacrosse Coach at PDS.

"Early" registration discount (before May 1st) - $265/week
Registration (after May 1st) - $295/week

Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.)

Camp Schedule:
Monday-Thursday
8:30 Drop-off
8:45-10:30 Fundamental Skill Training
10:30-11:00 Break and one on one work
11:00-12:00 Positional training
12:00-12:45 Lunch (not provided)
12:45-1:00 Warm-up
1:00-2:15 Small area games and team concepts
2:15-3:30 Scrimmage games and tournament play
3:30 Dismissal
Friday:
8:30 Dropoff
8:45-9:15 Warm up
9:15-11:45 Tournament play
12:00 Dismissal



Morning Sessions

Preschool -K Panther Mini Camp - 1 wk

Sessions 1, 2, 3, & 4 -  AM & PM Half -Day, ages 3-5, 1 wk/$225

Mini-Panthers enjoy a wide assortment of activities geared directly to their age, interests and activity level. Our experienced and compassionate staff (1:4 ratio) oversee and guide your child throughout the camp day, making each camper’s PDS Summer Program experience safe, educationally stimulating, and unforgettably fun!

Panther Mini-Camp is exclusively for toilet-trained preschoolers from ages three through children entering kindergarten. This enriching camp program features sole use of our air-conditioned preschool classroom and early childhood playground equipment. Children will have the opportunity to explore the wider PDS campus for many of their activities. Camp routines are centered around exciting weekly themes and include: music & movement, arts & crafts, dramatic play, engagement with children’s literature, sequencing and number fun, water play, and exploration of the natural world.  

 gr. 1 - Hoodwinked - 4 wks

Session 2 & 3: AM, gr. 1, 2 wks/$395

We will create our own magical kingdom and produce a play based upon traditional and  contemporary fairy tales. Students develop language arts skills while listening, acting out, reading and writing about familiar tales. Math skills are developed through work with number patterns, geometry and counting. This class, of course, ends happily ever after with a poetry recital and play performance. What a great way to practice important skills while having fun.

gr. 1-2 - Art: Crazy for Clay - 2 wks

Session 1: AM, gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$470
Session 2: AM, gr. 3-4, 2 wks/$470            Session 2: PM, gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$470
Session 3: AM, gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$470            Session 3: PM, gr. 3-4, 2 wks/$470
Session 4: AM, gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$470            Session 4: PM, gr. 3-4, 2 wks/$470


This course explores various methods of hand building with clay. We use coil building, slab building, and sculptural techniques to create pottery with attention to the essentials of form and design. Students learn various glazing techniques while they explore a wide range of styles, from primitive pots to pop art. Discover the excitement of working with clay and study pottery's important role as one of the earliest and most enduring art forms. Student work will be featured in a gallery show on the final Friday of class. Taught by PDS teacher, Jennifer Gallagher.

gr. 1-4 - Lego Introduction - 2 wks

Session 2: AM, gr. 1-4, 2 wks/$495
Session 3 AM, gr. 1-4, 2 wks/$495

As an introduction to Lego robotics, campers will build and program robots using Lego robotics equipment. Students will learn the basics of mechanics, use of motors and sensors, and how to program a robot to complete various tasks.

 gr. 1-8 - Chess: Beginner - 2 wks

Sessions: 2, 3 or 4: AM or  2, 3, 4 PM, gr. 1-8, 2 wks/$465

Players will learn all the skills they need to play chess. Novices and less experienced players welcome.

gr. 1-8 - Chess: Experienced - 2 wks

Sessions: 2, 3 or 4: AM or  2, 3, 4 PM, gr. 1-8, 2 wks/$465

Students will be introduced to tactics, both basic and advanced. This program is open to players with a year or more experience playing chess or with permission form the instructor. 

gr. 1-9 - Tennis - 1 wk

Sessions 1, 2, 3, & 4: AM or PM, gr. 1-9, 1 wk/$280

Princeton Day School’s tennis camp celebrates its 29th year this summer. Players are grouped by age and ability with an appropriate balance between drills, lead-up games and competitive play.

gr. 2 - Castle Quest - 2 wks

Session 2 & 3: AM,  gr. 2, 2 wks/$395
Students will develop reading and writing skills while being transported back in time to the medieval era, learning about King Arthur and Camelot. Math problems revolve around a world of knights, queens and castles. A great way to practice important skills while having fun.

gr. 2-4 - Fishing: Catch of the Day - 2 wks

Session 2,3: AM, gr. 2-4, 2 wks/$465 
Learn everything you need to know about the basics of fishing. Campers are introduced to various fishing terminology and techniques, where and when to fish, how to choose a rod and reel, baits, tying knots, lures, hooks and other fishing tackle. They will practice what they learn with games, casting target practice, and fishing in the ponds of PDS. Camp will also include two trips to local fishing hot spots. This is a great opportunity for your child to learn about fishing and perhaps create a new family activity for everyone to enjoy.

gr. 3 - Lightening Thief Camp - 2 wks

Session 2,3  gr. 3, 2 wks/$395

Students will develop reading and writing skills while learning about ancient Greece.

Math is taught with problems that revolve around the world of Greek gods and goddesses. This is a great way to practice important skills while having fun. Taught by PDS teacher, Alexa Maher.

gr. 3-6 - Berlitz ESL:  Our World

Session 3: AM, gr. 3-6,  2 wks/$505
English as a second language.

gr. 3-6 - Cardboard Arcade Worshop - 2 wks

Session 3: AM, gr. 3-6, 2 wks/$465
This course will inspire innovative kids to create arcade style games without screens!  Students will build skee-ball, pinball, and sports games, as well as creations of their own with cardboard, paper, tape, markers, glue and GRIT.  Inspired by Caine's Arcade in Los Angeles, Princeton Day School fourth grade teacher, Daniel Cohen, will facilitate the design and construction of the games.  The course will conclude with a Boardwalk Arcade open to parents and PDS campers.


gr. 3-6 - Blackrocket: Code Breakers (July 6-10) 1 wk

Session 3: AM, July 6-10, gr. 3-6, 1 wk, $300

Calling all future coders, programmers, & designers!  Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS through a series of web projects and design challenges each day and be on your way to becoming the next tech star!  Whether you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or the high school student who just made $1 million dollars for programming in his bedroom, this course has the essentials you need to begin your journey.  Projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family.  Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program.

gr. 3-5 - Blackrocket: Make Your First Video Game  (July 13 -17) 1 wk

Session 3: AM, July 13-17, gr. 3-5, 1 wk, $300

If you love playing video games, this is the camp for you!  Make your first video game in this one-of-a-kind class that shows you the keys to designing your first 2-D game.  Conceptualization, play experience, challenge levels, graphics, sounds, and simple coding are just some of the concepts that we'll explore.  No prior experience necessary, just a desire to have fun.  Student created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family.  Games are only compatible on PC computers.  Mac versions can be created after the program for $15.00 conversion fee.  Students will work in teams for most of the program.

gr. 4-5 - Map-Matics - 2 wks

Session 2 & 3: AM, gr. 4-5, 2 wks/$395

Join us in creating our own adventure as we learn about the explorers of the past. Students develop reading, math and writing skills while traveling around the world. Taught by PDS middle school teacher Jack Madani. A great way to practice important skills while having fun!

gr. 4-5 - Smash Books - July 6 - July 10 (1 wk)

Session 3: AM, gr. 4-5, 1 wk/$225

Smash Books.

gr. 4-5- Poet Trees - July 13- July 17 (1 wk)

Session 3: AM, gr. 5-8, 1 wk/$225

Poet Trees.

gr. 5-8 - Cooking: Cupcake Boss - 2 wks

Session 3: AM &PM, gr. 5-8, 2 wks/$490
Session 4: AM &PM, gr. 5-8, 2 wks/$490
If you can dream to bake it, come on out and make it! Explore the latest (and yummiest) craze in the world of baking --cupcakes! During this program, kids will do anything and everything involved with cupcakes. Bakers will begin with no-bake cake pops, work their way through different flavors of cake and types of icing, and end with outrageously shaped and decorated masterpieces! They will even devote some time to muffins- the breakfast cupcake! DC Cupcake who? PDS Cupcakes all the way! In the end, bakers will take home their own recipe book full of their creations.

gr. 5-8 - Comic Book Illustration - 2 wks

Session 3: AM, gr. 5-8, 2 wks/$465

Welcome to the exciting world of comic book art! Students will learn techniques that will add a professional touch to today's most popular comic books. We'll explore the principles of composition and narration through a series of fun exercises. Finished projects will include a character design, an illustrated story and a full-page illustration. Previous drawing experience is not required.

gr. 5-8 -Flag Football  July 6 - July 10 or July 13-July 17 (1 wk)

Session 3: AM, gr. 5-8,  July 6 - July 10 or July 13-July 17, 1wk/$280

Flag Football!

gr. 5-8 - Scoop! The Journalism Workshop - 2 wks

Session 3: AM, gr. 5-8, 2 wks/$465 -- Be part of a real-life journalism and media experience with this hands-on, interactive, and fun workshop. Armed with curiosity, microphones, pencils, and cameras, we will make our own newspaper, blog and podcast, The PDS Summer Times. Along the way we’ll learn what news is, and how to get the best story. We will interview fellow campers and staff, visit The Princeton Packet, and practice writing skills and tricks to really grab the attention of our audience. Join us to master writing, editing, interviewing and observation, as well as research and critical assessment.

The instructor, Reuben Loewy, led the 2012 and 2013 PDS Summer Programs journalism course, and is the founder and CEO of "Living Online Labs", a nonprofit organization aimed at preparing youth for the digital era.  As a foreign correspondent for over two decades, Reuben traveled the globe reporting for leading international media.  

PDS Summer Times 2013

gr. 7-8 - SSAT Prep - 2 wks

Session 1, 2, 3 & 4: AM, gr. 7-8, 2 wks/$465 ($415 for Session 2)

This class familiarizes students with the SSAT, the test used by most independent and boarding schools as part of the admissions process (along with GPA, transcript, recommendations, etc.). Students will learn test-taking strategies and review the Quantitative, Verbal, and Reading sections of the SSAT. Participants will take practice SSAT tests and receive feedback on ways to improve their score. Included in the course is the development of an individual study plan that will outline a study routine as one prepares for the SSAT. Verbal section taught by PDS teacher, Beth Yakoby.

gr. 7-8 - Middle School Math Lab - 2 wks

Session 3: AM,  gr. 7-8, 2 wks/$465

Students are offered instruction in a small group setting to enhance their grasp of general math concepts leading to pre-algebra. Topics in this program will include: fractions, decimals, percents; percent change; area, surface area and volume; box and whisker charts; Histograms; circle graphs; line plots; stem and leaf plots; matrices; related calculator skill; probability; standard and metric measurement; and transformations.

gr. 7-11 - Berlitz ESL:  Time Zones

Session 3: AM, gr. 3-6, 2 wks/$505
English as a second language.

 

 

 

Afternoon & Late Afternoon Sessions

AFTERNOON

Preschool - K Panther Mini Camp - 1 wk

Sessions 1, 2, 3, & 4 -  AM & PM Half -Day, ages 3-5, 1 wk/$225

Mini-Panthers enjoy a wide assortment of activities geared directly to their age, interests and activity level. Our experienced and compassionate staff (1:4 ratio) oversee and guide your child throughout the camp day, making each camper’s PDS Summer Program experience safe, educationally stimulating, and unforgettably fun!

Panther Mini-Camp is exclusively for toilet-trained preschoolers from ages three through children entering kindergarten. This enriching camp program features sole use of our air-conditioned preschool classroom and early childhood playground equipment. Children will have the opportunity to explore the wider PDS campus for many of their activities. Camp routines are centered around exciting weekly themes and include: music & movement, arts & crafts, dramatic play, engagement with children’s literature, sequencing and number fun, water play, and exploration of the natural world.  

gr. 1-3 - Fun With Charlotte's Web: Early Childhood Literature - 2 wks

Session 3: PM, gr. 1-3, 2 wks/$465

While enjoying the work of various children’s authors such as Eric Carle, E.B. White (Charlotte’s Web) and others, students have fun learning in a multi-sensory way as they create art, food and dramatic performances to illustrate these popular stories.

gr. 1-4 - Art Studio 101: Drawing, Painting, & Collage - 2 wks

Session 2: PM gr. 1-4, 2 wks/$465
Session 3: PM gr. 1-4, 2 wks/$465
Session 4: AM gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$465

This course explores the making of an artistic composition with a focus on several media- painting, drawing, and collage. Students will work with a variety of materials including charcoal, pastel, ink, watercolor, and acrylic. Subjects will include still life, landscape, and the figure. We will cover the fundamentals of working both 2 and 3 dimensionally including line, shape, value, gesture, perspective, volume, composition, and space with an emphasis on color as the primary force in creating an image. Discover your inner Picasso and create your next masterpiece! Student work will be featured in a gallery show on the final Friday of class.

gr. 3-4 - Art: Crazy for Clay - 2 wks

Session 1: AM, gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$470
Session 2: AM, gr. 3-4, 2 wks/$470            Session 2: PM, gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$470
Session 3: AM, gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$470            Session 3: PM, gr. 3-4, 2 wks/$470
Session 4: AM, gr. 1-2, 2 wks/$470            Session 4: PM, gr. 3-4, 2 wks/$470


This course explores various methods of hand building with clay. We use coil building, slab building, and sculptural techniques to create pottery with attention to the essentials of form and design. Students learn various glazing techniques while they explore a wide range of styles, from primitive pots to pop art. Discover the excitement of working with clay and study pottery's important role as one of the earliest and most enduring art forms. Student's work will be featured in a gallery show on the final Friday of class. Taught by Jennifer Gallagher, PDS Lower School Kindergarten teacher, artist, and long time Summer Programs teacher.

 gr. 1-8 - Chess: Beginner - 2 wks

Sessions 2, 3 or 4: AM or  2, 3, 4 PM, gr. 1-8, 2 wks/$465

Players will learn all the skills they need to play chess. Novices and less experienced players welcome.

gr. 1-8 - Chess: Experienced - 2 wks

Session 2, 3, 4: AM or  2, 3, 4 PM, gr. 1-8, 2 wks/$465

Students will be introduced to tactics, both basic and advanced. This program is open to players with a year or more experience playing chess or with permission form the instructor. 

gr. 1-9 - Tennis - 1 wk

Sessions 1, 2, 3, & 4: AM or PM, gr. 1-9, 1 wk/$280

Princeton Day School’s tennis camp celebrates its 30th year this summer. Players are grouped by age and ability with an appropriate balance between drills, lead-up games and competitive play. The tennis camp is led by PDS tennis coach Trevor Campbell.

gr. 2-4 - Legos: Design - 2 wks

Session 3 & 4:  PM, gr. 2-4, 2 wks/$465 

This program is an introduction to architecture for the very young. Using Legos as our building blocks, we use basic design principles to create both individual and group projects.

gr. 3-6 - Blackrocket:  App Attack (July 6-July 10) 1 wk

Session 3: PM, gr. 3-6, 1wk/$300
Take the first steps into the world of mobile app design and customize your own game app!  Using a specialized app & game development tool, students will explore the world of web-based apps.  In addition to learning the basics of mobile app design and game development, you will also see firsthand how the world of App publishing functions.  Student created apps will be accessible on a private site and can be played on any mobile device or computer.  No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smartphone or tablet to take the class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program.

gr. 4-6 - Fun with Harry Potter - 2 wks

Session 3: PM, gr. 3-6, 2 wks/$465

Will you be in Slytherin, Ravenclaw, Griffindor or Hufflepuff? Only the Sorting Hat knows. This camp is for Harry Potter enthusiasts. We read, watch and listen to segments of Harry Potter novels, eat wizard food, play games of Quidditch and make Harry-related crafts like crystal balls and brooms.

gr. 6-7 - Poet-Trees  July 6 - July 10 (1 wk)

Session 3: PM, gr. 6-7, July 6 - July 10, 1 wk/$225
"I think that I will never see A poem lovely as a tree."  This week we'll create lovely trees of wonderful poems, some rhyming, some not.  You'll fabricate felt, ornate paper, or cardstock leaves.  Next, you'll generate short poems and collect favorites from a library of poetry books.  Then you'll choose apt fonts to put the poems on those leaves to hang on a tree branch, pin on a large hand-drawn/painted tree, or bind into "leaves" of a handmade book.
Taught by PDS teacher, Bonnie Hunter.

gr. 6-7 - Smash Books  July 13 - July 17 (1 wk)

Session 3: PM, gr. 6-7, July 13 - July 17, 1 wk/$225
Smash Books.
Taught by PDS teacher, Bonnie Hunter.

gr. 5-8 - Lego Robotics II - 2 wks

Session 3 or 4  PM: gr. 4-6, 2 wks/$495
Work in  small teams to design and program your Lego robot to accomplish complex missions.  You will learn 4-D design, drag and drop programming, innovative problem solving, and effective leadership skills. Are you considering a computer or engineering career? This is the starting place.  Taught by PDS teacher, Wei-hsing Wang

gr. 5-8 - Of Mice and Pen:  A Writing Workshop - 2 wks

Session 2 or 3  PM: gr. 4-6, 2 wks/$465
Students practice writing fiction, poetry, news articles and biographies. They will, at the same time, learn how to improve and enjoy their work through better research, planning, revising, editing, and critiques. Taught by PDS Summer Programs veteran instructor, Nina Fitzgerald

gr. 5-8 - Sports Spectacular! July 6 - July 10 or July 13-July 17 (1 wk)

Session 3: PM, July 6 - July 10 or July 13-July 17,  gr. 5-8, 1 wks/$280

Sports, sports, sports.

gr. 5-8 - Cooking: Cupcake Boss - 2 wks

Session 3 & 4 :  AM & PM, gr. 5-8, 2 wks/$490

If you can dream to bake it, come on out and make it! Explore the latest (and yummiest) craze in the world of baking --cupcakes! During this program, kids will do anything and everything involved with cupcakes. Bakers will begin with no-bake cake pops, work their way through different flavors of cake and types of icing, and end with outrageously shaped and decorated masterpieces! They will even devote some time to muffins- the breakfast cupcake! DC Cupcake who? PDS Cupcakes all the way! In the end, bakers will take home their own recipe book full of their creations.

gr. 5-8 - Exploring Alternative Energy-Let's Get Green! - 2 wks

Session 3: PM, gr. 5-8, 2 wks/$465

With the increasing demands for energy, decreasing oil supplies, and the crisis of climate change caused by burning carbo fuels, we need to know what other alternatives are available. In this hands-on class learn about wind power, solar energy, biofuels, landfill gas, and nuclear fusion. We will take trips to see where each of these energies are being created and will produce many of these forms of energy in our very own lab.

gr. 5-12 - Fencing - 2 wks

Sessions 3: PM, gr. 5-12, 2 wks/$380

Parry! Riposte! This program is an introduction to fencing, from basic skills to advanced techniques.  We do conditioning exercises and learn fencing fundamentals like the en garde position, lunge, parry, and right-of-way.  When students are ready, we move on to more advanced defensive and attacking moves. At the end of the session, students participate in a friendly and safe competition wth full electric gear. No experience is required, but experienced fencers are also welcome.  We provide masks, fencing weapons, and protective equipment. Taught by Fencing Academy of South Jersey.

gr. 6-8 - Crime Scene Investigation: PDS - 2 wks

Session 3: PM, gr. 6-8, 2 wks/$465

Did you ever wonder how actual crimes are solved? If the shows you see on television are real? This is the chance to find out for yourself!

This program will give students the opportunity to learn more about forensic science while obtaining hands-on training. Young scientists will become members of an investigative team that will develop vital evidence in the laboratory to help solve the fictional crime. Learn how to gather and analyze the evidence, map a crime scene, and conduct experiments on the evidence discovered. By the end of the program, campers will have solved the first ever CSI: PDS mystery!

gr. 6-9 - Blackrocket:  Video Game Animation (July 13-July 17) 1 wk

Session 3: PM, gr. 6-9, 1wk/$300
Take your game design to the next level by creating and animating your own character sprites, objects, and backgrounds.  Start with a name, develop the character’s personality, signature moves, special powers, and a story line. Finish with a fully animated character to be used in future games. Students do not need any prior experience in game design, animation, or sketching. Student created animations will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Games are only compatible on PC computers; Mac versions can be created after the program for $15.00 conversion fee. Students will work in teams for most of the program.

gr. 6-12 - Knit, Knot, Hook - 2 wks

Session 3: PM, gr. 6-12, 2 wks/$465

Knit, knot, hook.

gr. 7-10 - Cooking: Creative Cuisine From Familiar to Fabulous - 2 wks

Session 3: PM, gr. 7-10, 2 wks/$490

Students will be creating menus, writing recipes, preparing, cooking and cleaning up. From breakfast to dinner, dessert and beyond, "Cooking is fun" is the theme of this class.  Taught by Eve Lampert.


gr. Preschool-9 - Extended Day Recreational Program (3:30-5:30) - 1 or 2 wks

Sessions 1, 2, 3, & 4: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., gr. Preschool-9, 1 wk/$133, or 2 wks/$266

A classic after-school rec program. Campers will have a snack, use our gym and have access to computers, board games and other fun activities.

gr. 1-12 - Ice Skating (3:30-5:30)- 2 wks

Session 2: Late PM, 3:30-5:30pm, gr. 1-12, 2 wks/$355
Session 3: Late PM, 3:30-5:30pm, gr. 1-12, 2 wks/$355
Session 4: Late PM, 3:30-5:30pm, gr. 1-12, 2 wks/$355

All sessions welcome skaters to a structured late afternoon skating workshop. Campers are coached in basic skills, strengthening their foundation which is designed to enhance all forms of ice-skating. The 2 hours daily session is structured for all ability levels from beginners to basic skills, and beyond. Each two-week session finishes up with an informal group skating performance presented to family and friends. Everyday is supervised and structured to the needs of the group. We recommend that campers have their own skates, however, a limited $20.00 skate-leasing program for each session is available on a first come basis.  Gail Gomez, PDS Skating instructor, directs the camp with a staff of certified coaches.

gr. 4-12 - Yoga (3:30-5:30) - 2 wks

Session 3,4: Late PM, 3:30-5:30pm, gr. 4-12, 2 wks/$230

Yoga, yoga, yoga!

 

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