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Since 1972, Summer at Chestnut Hill has focused on providing an enriching camp environment where campers of all ages, abilities, and interests can flourish.  With an experienced team of educators, enthusiastic staff (many of whom were past campers and C.I.T.’s), and a diverse range of activities, campers learn, explore, create, make positive connections, and challenge themselves.  Our aim is for each camper to not only have an enriching camp experience, but to leave each summer with increased confidence, talents, and positive attributes.

Thank you for considering our programs.  For more information, and to see our indoor and outdoor facilities, join us at an Open House, or contact us for an individual tour.  Individual tours are always available and can be scheduled at your convenience.  To schedule a tour and/or ask questions, please contact us at (617) 264-1346 or send an email to campdirector@tchs.org

 

We offer….

  • Creative Arts and Sports Camp (eight weeks)
  • Specialty Camps: Micro Steam (grades K-2), STEAM (grades 3-6),
  • Wide range of innovative and traditional activities: archery, art, basketball, ceramics, cooking, dance, drama, gaga, movie making, music, science, soccer, swimming, tennis and more
  • Developmentally designed camper divisions and schedules
  • Diverse performances and thematic weekly events (need link)
  • Low camper to staff ratios
  • Experienced and engaging staff
  • Transportation
  • Friday Lunches
  • New upper camp (grades 4-6) in-depth programming such as robotics, math, rowing, rock wall, chess and more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“My children made new friends and enjoyed their time at the camp. It was a very positive experience.  We were overall very pleased by all the efforts made to accommodate requests. The program is big enough to meet new people but not overwhelmingly large so that my child did not feel lost or just a number among a mass.”

  


The Chestnut Hill School Summer Camp is committed to creating a diversified community. It is a coeducational nonsectarian institution which does not discriminate based on color, disabilities, family structure, gender, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation, or in the administration of its educational policies, athletic and other school-administered programs. The Chestnut Hill School Summer Camp is licensed by the City of Newton and the City of Brookline Board of Health Departments and follows states Department of Public Health (105CMR 430) regulations.