Welcome to All Saints' Summer Camp!
All Saints’ Summer Camp has received a reputation for flexibility and enthusiastic teachers who offer unique and exciting classes. Classes are designed by our teachers, providing them with an opportunity to share their passions, curiosities, and expertise with children. We are delighted that so many of our All Saints’ faculty and other educational leaders have offered their talents for this year’s summer camp. They have created the wonderful tapestry of choices you will view in the brochure.
In addition to some of our tried and true classics, we offer a variety of classes that will enrich learning and reinforce math, reading, computer, study, and writing skills.
At All Saints’ Summer Camp, your child has the opportunity to explore his or her interests and pursue new ones creating the perfect summer experience!
Flexibility and variety are key to our program. Classes are offered from 8:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. with extended aftercare until 5:00 p.m. You may register your child for one or two classes, or you may build an all-day program. The brochure is filled with all of the information you will need to learn about All Saints’ Summer Camp. On page 4, you will find a list of classes by week, each class title, instructor, class times, grade levels, and cost. On page 8, is an alphabetical listing of class descriptions. The grade-level requirements for each class indicate the grade a student will be entering for the 2020-21 school year.
As you review the brochure, please note that the 2020 All Saints' Summer Camp will run a total of four weeks:June 1–5June 8–12June 15–19June 22–26Please feel free to pass on the brochure and invite your friends to enroll their children in our summer camp. We would love to have them join us!
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will any questions. We are happy to help you put together a great summer experience for your child.
All Saints' Episcopal Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, financial aid, athletic, or other school programs.