Please come and visit us. You can also arrange a tour by contacting the Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 617-264-1346.
Online registration is available and you can register on a rolling basis beginning December 1, 2019. To learn more about registering Click Here. Contact us at 617-264-1335 with any questions.
Financial Aid is not available at this time.
We offer bus transportation from downtown Boston (Cheers), Brookline, and Newton Centre. Based on interest, it is possible we would make other routes available. The Chestnut Hill School is T-accessible (Chestnut Hill Stop on the Green line D). If you are interested in bus transportation, please contact Tara Hathaway at email@example.com.
Early drop-off is available beginning at 7:45am and extended day is available until 5:45pm for an additional fee. Micro-STEAM and STEAM Specialty Camps have extended day until 5:00pm.
The camp provides lunch each Friday. Monday through Thursday campers must bring their own lunch, or purchase a lunch from Smart Lunches. Please visit the Smart Lunches website to learn more. Friday lunches provided by CHS are always peanut free, and have kosher, vegetarian and dairy free options. Past lunches have included BBQ, pizza and pasta.
When packing your camper's lunch, please note that refrigeration and heating are not available; please use an ice pack if necessary.
The camp provides a morning and afternoon snack for all campers including goldfish, graham crackers, pretzels and/or saltines. Water or juice is provided to our lower campers. Families may choose to send in an alternative snack. Intermediate, upper, and senior campers should bring one or two beverages to have with snack and/or lunch. Water bottles are strongly encouraged and can be readily filled up throughout the day.
Please see our nut-aware policy below.
Campers who wish to celebrate their birthday at camp will have popsicles with their group at the morning snack. Outside birthday treats are not permitted.
Yes, we have a nut-aware campus. We ask families and staff to refrain from packing/bringing nut products for lunch and/or snack. Campers' lunches are monitored by staff. The camp provides nut-free snacks and nut-free lunches on Fridays; ingredient lists are provided when requested. For birthdays, the camp will provide campers and their group with a special popsicle treat. Please contact the director at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our nut aware policies.
You are welcome to make friendship requests for your camper. The friend(s) must be in the same age group/grade in order for us to be able to place them together. We can only guarantee one friend, however, we can typically accommodate multiple friends. You may submit your requests during the registration process.
All campers are required to be potty-trained in order to participate in our program. Due to local Board of Health regulations, campers are not permitted to wear pull-ups. Our directors and staff will work with and meet with families, as we understand that this is sometimes an ongoing process for our younger campers. If you are unsure whether your child will be ready in time for camp, you may register risk-free. Refunds and/or credits are available for families who many need more time. We ask that you notify us as early as possible if you need to postpone your child's start date, or withdraw.