- Benefit from cultural immersion with American students
- Improve oral skills and language comprehension
- Practice a wide range of sports, plastic, visual and performing arts
- Gain a better understanding of the American Camp culture
Who: Students between 10 and 16 years of age
When: July and August (minimum 3 weeks)
Where: Camps 2 to 3 hours away from New York City
Lodging: Cabins with American students of the same age
This traditional residential camp offers a unique mix of cabin based programs and individual choice programs. Each day campers take part in five exciting activity periods.
Waterfront: Along with other campers in their brother and sister villages, campers can choose to boat, canoe, kayak, free-swim or enjoy time on the water trampoline or ice-berg.
Sports and Games: With their village, campers participate in a variety of group games, team sports and group building activities.
Feeling Good: This activity period focuses on a “Wellness” theme and gives groups a chance to explore activities that make them feel good about themselves, and learn more about the world around them.
Two Weekly Specialties: Specialties are weekly skill building programs that are consecutive and illustrate the creativity and skills of this summer’s staff. Popular specialties include Photography, Arts and Crafts, Sports or Adventure Programs. Campers can choose their own specialties when they arrive at camp.
The Counselor Program is designed for 16 year olds who are interested in becoming camp counselors. The month-long program concentrates on leadership training, team building, skill development, service to camp and personal growth. The program will provide a time of transition for each participant as they develop independence during their transition from camper to counselor.