• Program Director
    Aubrey Love
  • Category
    Science and Technology
  • Ages
    Grades 4 - 8
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Design and Create with 3D Printing       

​Have you ever wanted to take your drawings and make them 3D? Pick them up? Play with them? This summer, take your 2D designs to the next level. Explore the possibilities of 3D design and 3D printing. Learn to design and draw on the computer with TinkerCAD and Sketchup. In teams of 2-3, interact with and learn to maintain your group’s 3D Printer. Print and keep your 3D designs. Come explore the world of 3D printing!

Sample Daily Schedule

  • ​8:30 – 9:00 Drop off and arrival
  • 9:00 – 10:15 Skill Building Session
  • 10:15 – 11:00 Snack and outside free time
  • 11:00 – 11:45 Individual Design and Create Session
  • 11:45 – 12:00 Change for swimming and get ready for lunch
  • 12:00 – 1:00 Lunch and outside free time
  • 1:00 – 1:45 Small Group Sharing Session
  • 1:45 – 2:45 free swim
  • 2:45 – 3:00 change from swim
  • 3:00 – 3:20 Dismissal

Skill Building Activities

  • ​3D design with TinkerCAD
  • 3D design with Sketchup
  • 3D printers: How do they work?
  • 3D printer maintenance
  • Troubleshooting print mistakes

Individual Design and Create Session

​Practice your new found skills with counselor and peer support.

Small Group Sharing Session

  • ​What new skills or techniques have you discovered while practicing?
  • What have you created or designed and how did you do it?


Program Director

  • Aubrey Love (6th Summer at Park)

    Aubrey returns to Summer at Park for his 6th season after a short hiatus. A 15 year veteran physics and engineering design teacher at Brookline High School, Aubrey is also a summer camp veteran. He spent six summers working at Camp Deerwood for Boys in Holderness, NH and has led the Rocky Mountain Explorer trips in Colorado for Overland Summers operating out of Williamstown, MA. Aubrey has coached boys and girls soccer, boys basketball, and boys and girls lacrosse here at the Park School and at Brookline High. A physics major at Colby College, he received his master’s degree in education from Simmons College.




  • Program Director
    Robert Sprague
  • Category
  • Ages
    ​Grades 7 - 8
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Senior Soccer       

​Summer at Park and the Chestnut Hill Soccer Club are teaming up again to provide 7th and 8th grade campers the chance to enjoy the soccer camp setting. Just like in the Soccer Camps for younger campers, Fun and Enjoyment are the core elements of our Senior Soccer Camp philosophy. With our Senior Soccer Camp we look to challenge players in terms of tactical, technical, and character skill development. Our Senior Soccer Camp will help players better understand the skills and tactics needed for 11v11 soccer and their eventual transition from youth soccer to high school soccer.

Daily Schedule and Equipment

A typical Senior Soccer Camp Day includes:​

  • Morning Meeting: Character Development 
  • Warm-up Activities
  • Advanced Ball Control Training
  • 1v1/2v2 Games
  • Snack
  • Finishing (goal scoring) School
  • 4v4 Games
  • Lunch
  • Swimming
  • Team Scrimmage
Campers need the following equipment:
  • Sneakers and Cleats
  • Shin Pads
  • Soccer Socks
  • Water Bottle
  • Lunch
Soccer balls are provided by Chestnut Hill Soccer Club    


Program Director

  • Robert Sprague (4th summer at Park)

    Rob has served as the Director of Coaching for the Brookline Soccer Club since 2003 and is the founder and President of the Chestnut Hill Soccer Club. He received his master's degree in physical therapy at Boston University and played two seasons on the men's varsity soccer team. Rob is a former Park School boys varsity coach and is the current Brookline High School girls varsity coach. He spent many years as a Massachusetts Olympic Development Program Coach (ODP) and holds a USSF 'B' coaching license.