Summer Camp

Program Overview
Serendipity School’s Summer Program is made up of two key components. During Group Time children are placed in groups by age and led through our program activities. This time is meant to give children a dynamic and varied experience at camp, while promoting bonding within each age group.

The second component is our Focused Activity time. Our Focused Activities are related to our session theme and are instruction based. Children are allowed to pick their own Focused Activity daily. Groups for Focused Activities vary in age, and change from day to day.

Staffing:
Serendipity School’s Summer Program has a 12:1 child to counselor ratio.   Our Head Counselors are caring and energetic and lead children through our Group Time and our Focused Activities.

In addition to our Head Counselors each group will have at least one Junior Counselor, or a Junior Counselor in Training to assist with the groups.

Daily Schedule:

8:00 – 9:00 Free Play
9:00 – 1:30 Group Time
1:30 – 3:00 Focused Activities
3:00 – 3:30 Pickup Window
3:00 – 6:00 Extended Care

Program Activities:

Traditional Sports: soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, and football

Non-Traditional Sports / Games: Capture the Flag, Toy Story, Survivor Island, are just a few of the imaginative and creative games participants will experience.

Arcade Time: During arcade time participants will have an opportunity to get out of the sun and enjoy some screen time in our arcade. Games will be played on the Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3. All games will be rated E – E10, so that this experience is fun and appropriate.

Archery: Children will learn how to handle and use a bow and arrow, focusing on bow safety and proper release techniques.

Crafts: Traditional and new camp crafts will include lanyards, painting, beading, creative inventions, and much more.

Fort Building: Children will get to use their imaginations, and our wooded campus to create forts amongst the trees.

Water Play: When the weather heats up; children may skip Focus Activities to participate in water play such as sprinkler time, Slip and Sliding, and water games.

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