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Summer Programs Open House


Princeton Day School Campus Center

Our Day

Before Care: 7:30-8:30
Morning Sessions: 8:30-11:30
Lunch: 11:30-12:15
Afternoon Sessions: 12:15-3:15
Aftercare: 3:15-5:30

Our Sessions

Week 1 – June 8 – 12
Week 2 – June 15 – 19
Week 3 – June 22 – 26
Week 4 – June 29 – July 2
(No Camp July 3rd)
Week 3 + 4 – June 22 – July 2
Week 5 – July 6 – 10
Week 6 – July 13 – 17
Week 5 + 6 – July 6 – 17
Week 7 – July 20 – 24
Week 8 – July 27 – 31
Week 7 + 8 – July 20 – 31
Week 9 – Aug. 3 – 7

For more information please contact us at or call 609-279-2700 ext. 1342

Summer Programs 2020

Program Descriptions A to Z

Just Added

Tappy Math - Gr. 3-4 Week 2
Learn math times tables through the rhythms of Tap Dancing. This dance class is designed to enrich and strengthen math facts and curriculum taught during the school year. Benefits of this unique dance class are that children will be intrinsically motivated to learn and love math times tables. Children will also be exercising while doing their math homework, more fun than flash cards or drilling on the computer, plus healthier!  Tap shoes required! (Tap shoes available at Payless Shoe Stores in the Quaker Bridge Mall, or Village

Shoes on 206 in Montgomery. Instructor has some shoes available to borrow if the sizes are right.

Field Hockey Camp
Players entering grades 4-6 will participate in a variety of activities to help develop and strengthen ball handling skills, fitness, knowledge of the rules, game strategy and more.  Each day will be devoted to sport specific instruction.  Players will be divided by both age and experience level to ensure that every participant has a positive experience.  Heather Farlow, USA Field Hockey Level II certified and current Princeton Day School varsity field hockey coach will lead this camp.  All athletes must bring their own FH goggles, a mouth guard and shin guards.  Gr. 4-6, Week 4 morning.

Intro to Steam – Another Week Added!  Join us either week 6 or week 7
Have you thought about entering the world of STEAM or becoming an engineer? Join us as we explore the world of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) in our beautiful Wellemeyer STEAM CENTER. Through project-based learning, develop your ability to problem solve, collaborate and effectively use the engineering design process. Taught by Carlos Cara, PDS Upper School Science and STEAM teacher and Aaron Schomburg, PDS Lower School Science and STEAM teacher. Gr. 4-7