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Westtown School Summer Camps

Day Camp

Campers rotate through a wide variety of exciting activities each and every week.

Join us for three two week sessions through out the summer which can be in a variety of configurations; including matching half-day programs and courses from different sections (i.e. attend morning swimming lessons and finish the day in the Summer Camp program). A full day of camp is 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. A half day of camp is either 9 a.m. – 12:50 p.m. or 12:00 – 4 p.m.

Featured Activities:
Arts │ Archery │ Field Ecology │ Ropes Course│ Organic Gardening/Farming │ Metalsmithing │ Outdoor Science and Wilderness Adventure │ Collaborative group games │Canoeing │ Recreational Swim │ Jewelry Making │ Sports │ Slip-and-Slide

Added Benefits:
– Lunch, made fresh daily on campus, is included in both half day and full day options. Westtown School accommodates a wide range of allergies and dietary restrictions.

Lower Division:  Sample Schedule 
1st grade

Middle Division:  Sample Schedule 
2nd grade
3rd grade
4th grade

Upper Division:  Sample Schedule 
5th grade
6th grade
7th grade

Counselor-in-Training: 8th – 10th grade

Swim School

A learn-to-swim program that teaches an advanced progression of swimming in a two-week period.

Westtown Aquatic Program’s Swim School is a learn-to-swim program that teaches an advanced progression of swimming in a two-week period. The beginning swimmer is initially taught the self-rescue survival float which will allow them to remain calm and confident in a distressful situation. Once swimmers are able to achieve the self-rescue float, they’re promoted to the next level from Novice to Advanced. Instruction is capped at a 5:1 ratio. Swimmers will swim attend lessons from 4 pm – 4:45pm after the camp day is complete. Please make sure all swimmers have an extra swimsuit and towel with them to change into at the end of camp.

Skill Levels: To achieve a consistent progression we believe a fluid transition from group to group will assistant in maximizing swimmer engagement. Students will be tested on the first day of class and placed accordingly. Instructors or a deck manager will monitor your student’s progress and place them in the appropriate group.

Pre-requisite: All students must be 4 years of age and entering pre-K.

Click here to view Westtown Aquatic Program Swim Levels.

Counselor in Training (CIT)

Young adults turn into youth leaders within this innovative program.

The CIT program is for rising 8th – 10th graders. Becoming a CIT is more than just attending camp as a counselor-in-training or youth leader. It is a prestigious role combining passion with compassion, conviction with caring, and empathy with action. CITs learn how to deepen their connection with the community, engaging others with a sense of purpose.

The program cultivates maturity, where students emerge as insightful representatives of the camp and its community, capable of providing a safe learning environment and engaging programming.

The Details:

– CIT’s can sign-up for any of our three session know they must attend both week of that session.

– There are a total of 3 CIT sessions throughout the summer.

– CIT’s hours are the same as camp hours which are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Drop off from 8:45 a.m. – 9 a.m.

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