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Specialty Camps

Please note that due to the uncertainty of COVID-19, and to ensure that all of our campers, staff, and their families continue to be safe, we have suspended all onsite camp programs at this time.  We are providing engaging and fun E-Camp options (1/2 day) for this summer; click here for more information.

Micro STEAM Camp - Entering Kindergarten through grade 2

June 15 - 19, 2020 (one week)  9:00am - 3:00pm
Our goal is to present STEAM activities in a structured, but playful way that builds a child's curiosity for exploring, discovering, learning, and creating! STEAM activities challenge kids to expand their perspective and become familiar with cyclical processes. We've developed the Micro-STEAM camp with the goal of hands-on engagement in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art, and math.


STEAM Camp - Entering grades 3 through 6

June 15 - 19, 2020 (one week) 9:00am - 3:00pm
Design, build, program, and experiment! CHS STEAM Camp was developed with the goal of hands-on engagement of children in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art and math. We will use a variety of materials in our wood-shop and Lego robotics lab, as well as a field trip to the Museum of Science, to develop students' skills for the 21st century - Creativity, Critical Thinking, Collaboration and Communication.


Week Nine Camp - Ages 3-12

August 17 - 21, 2020 (one week) 9:00am - 1:00pm/4:00pm

The week resembles our eight-week Creative Arts and Sports Camp experience. Campers will be supervised and taught by experienced CHS and Summer Camp staff and will be divided into one of the following three divisions:

  • Lower Camp (ages 3-5) half day or full day option
  • Intermediate Camp (grades 1-3) full day
  • Upper Camp (grades 4-6) full day

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Learning & Leading - Available to CHS Students entering Grades 3-6

Learning and Leading is a program designed to create a stimulating summer learning opportunity for students interested in social justice/advocacy work, while building essential reading and writing skills. Participants in the Learning and Leading program will strengthen essential academic skills, learn fundamental concepts pertaining to democracy and civic engagement, develop their own beliefs on identity and social justice issues, and learn potential strategies for agency on issues that are important to them.

Dates and Fees:

Week 1 June 15-19 $600
Week 2 June 22-26 $600
Week 3  August 17-21 $600
Week 4 August 24-28 $520*

* Reduced tuition since swim is not available this week

Hours:  Monday through Friday, from 9:00am-3:00pm

To Register Click Here

Contact Christine Lucey at with any registration questions
Contact Gary McPhail at with any program questions