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Registration is open for Summer at Park 2017! Mark your calendars for June 19 - August 18, 2017.

Summer at Park is an ACA-accredited program for campers ages 4 - 15 on The Park School's beautiful, 34-acre campus in Brookline, MA. Our summer camp is a wonderful place for children to learn, grow, and explore. 

Campers make lasting friendships in small groups led by our experienced and dedicated staff who love to have fun. With our variety of programming in one- and two-week sessions and extended day, the possibilities are endless!

  

Summer 2017 features two new exciting art camps for children grades K-2 or 3-6. Check out India's Art Party and Art Studio: Open Studio and view pictures from last year!

Explore all of New England's marine communities in Navigators: Marine Biology. From sandy beaches to rocky tidepools, salt marshes to mudflats, future marine biologists will enjoy an immersive experience in all the ocean has to offer. A seal tour, whale watch, and trip to the National Marine Life Center are just some of the highlights of this summer favorite.

Capture the flag, floor hockey, and campus-wide relay races are only the beginning in Game ON!, Summer at Park's very own sports extravaganza. Campers will play many of their favorite games and be introduced to several new ones during an action packed summer.

Come build a meadow! Summer at Park will be building a native-plant meadow and ecosystem garden in our new camp Come Build A Meadow!

Summer at Park Open Houses will be held on the evenings of March 8th and April 12th, 6:30-8:00pm. Mark your calendars and come visit our beautiful camp facilities to learn more about our programs! Open Houses take place at The Park School's After School Building located at 255 Goddard Ave., Brookline, MA 02445 (not the main school campus). 

How does summer camp build character, promote leadership, and help children become tomorrow's leaders? Read the article here.

Also read this article from the ACA about why summer camp is important for child development.

And why it's important to Develop Those 21st-Century Skills with critical thinking, communication, creativity and collaboration!

Summer at Park

Mary Russell, Director
Nick Sama, Coordinator

Our Programs

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