Q: How do you pack even more fun into a single day? A: Stay overnight! Sleepaway camps are full of incredible, eye-opening experiences your child will cherish. He or she will make new friends, form new bonds, and wake up every day to a new adventure. With so much to do, 24 hours just isn’t enough.
Traditional sleepaway camp with a structured schedule: Structured around age groups and incorporate a variety of activities that can include land and water sports, creative and performing arts, plus horseback riding, gaga, cooking, and more!
Traditional sleepaway camp with individualized programming: Campers can create their own schedules and explore their own individual interests (arts, theater, equestrian, sports, or outdoor adventure, among many others) with elective schedules and more diverse, mixed ages. Each day is unique and the possibilities are endless.
A sleepaway camp is like a home away from home. Within this tight-knit community, your child will learn to be more independent, more self confident—all while developing a greater sense of responsibility. Coed or single sex, uniform or non-uniform, program-structured or individualized, count on Summer 365 to help you make the right choice. Call today!
From cooking to computers, acting to art, hiking to horseback riding, a specialty camp is a great way to develop your child’s interests. Whether it’s conducting the woodwind section at music camp or conquering the woods at an outdoor adventure camp—Summer 365 knows no limits. And when it comes to achievement, neither should your child.
Is there a budding star in your family? A camp that specializes in the creative and performing arts can help develop that natural ability and set the stage for a lifetime of pride and fulfillment. Whether your little one has a passion for dance, theater, music, comedy, or puppetry, Summer 365 will help find a place for them to shine.
For those artists whose talents are more behind the scenes, there’s a camp to let their imaginations run wild. Drawing, painting, sculpting, woodworking, weaving, silkscreening, or photography, which discipline will spark your kid’s creativity? With the right instruction plus an atmosphere that fosters sharing and development, the refrigerator will no longer be a suitable gallery to show their work.
• Learning Disabilities (LD)
• Attention Deficit disorders (ADD)
• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
• Asperger Syndrome (AS)
• High-Functioning Autism (HFA)
• Pervasive Development Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS)
Life has its challenges, but finding the right camp to suit your child’s social and emotional needs isn’t one of them. Give us a call, we understand. And we’re ready to help.