NOTE: Our Wellesley Summer Camps, 2019 page is now updated.
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Rock music camps for pre-school thru Adults. Rock City (3-5 y/o), Rock Band (5-100 y/o), Recording and production (12-100 y/o), Glee (7-100 y/o). Open for all instrument lessons from 9am – 7pm during the summer.
Bach to Rock’s teaching philosophy adheres to one simple belief: learning to play music should be fun. The curriculum couples individual instruction with group and band, motivating students by playing in a group with all types of music and instruments. Like sports, a band builds teamwork, develops social skills, fosters self esteem, promotes peer recognition and leads to new lasting friendships.
We offer action-packed camps and day programs that foster athletic skills, teamwork and healthy habits. Through sports, games and activities we create a safe, caring, noncompetitive
- Full- and half- day camps for ages 3-15
- Flexible to your schedule and budget
- Early and late care available
- Nonmembers are welcome
Babson’s Sports camps offer baseball, boys basketball, field hockey, ice hockey, boys and girls lacrosse, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls tennis, and volleyball. At Babson, we understand that athletics are an integral part of a child’s development. The goal of our summer camps program is to help your child learn new skills in a specific sport, meet new friends, and have fun. Approximately $450 – $550 per week.
Charles River Aquatics — WELLESLEY
Rt. 9 Eastbound, Wellesley, MA
For ages 4-11: With two full hours of instructional swimming each day in the CRA technical competitive-based method your swimmer is sure to progress. Campers also enjoy fun daily free swim and themed activities and crafts.
For ages 3 – 5, CRA Little Dragons: Little Dragons enjoy two swim lessons each day taught in the CRA technical competitive-based method. Other fun includes daily free swim, activities and crafts.
Club Kidville – where fun meets creativity all summer long for ages 2-6! Weekly themes set the stage for sports and movement games, live jam sessions with a Kidville musician, take-home art projects, interactive story time and dramatic play. Air conditioned, clean, and safe environment for kids – no sweltering heat, no sunburns, just an amazing line-up of exciting and structured Kidville activities all summer long! Weekly themes include Storybooks and Fairytales, Space Galaxy Adventure, Superhero Training, Wild Wild West, and more! Prices start at $55-70 per day, with discounts offered when purchasing larger bundles. Flexible scheduling available, please call for details.
Transform your child’s love for technology and video games into an exciting learning adventure. Code Ninjas Camps offer an immersive environment for children to explore and develop new skills, gain confidence, and have fun with friends. It’s an unforgettable experience!
For kids ages 8-12 @ Wellesley College Club. This special writing workshop for kids blends creativity with the written word. Students will be taught and inspired to write creative pieces of their own – including short stories, personal narratives, & poetry. Students will gain independence, skills, and confidence in their writing ability and will have fun in the process. All curriculum materials included in tuition.
Space is still available in session running August 5 – August 8, 2019
Mornings from 8:45 – 11:45am
Dana Hall Girls Summer Leadership Program — WELLESLEY
45 Dana Road Wellesley, MA 02482-9010
Dana Hall’s Girls Summer Leadership Program provides girls going from eighth to ninth grade with the opportunity to prepare themselves for the challenges and choices they will face as high school students. Whether participants will enter a co-ed or single-sex high school environment, the Girls Summer Leadership Program helps girls find the tools they need to navigate this transition with confidence and self-awareness. The program provides a unique setting for girls to work with strong female mentors in high school, college and beyond, to gain valuable skills and resources that they can take with them.This 7-day/6-night residential program runs June 22-28, 2019 and is open to girls who have completed eighth grade and will enter high school in the fall of 2019. For more information, visit www.danahall.org/gslp
Director Steve Ginsberg 617-947-4047
At Sprague Field Complex
Half-day soccer camp, Preschool – Grade 3
Full-day clinic program, Grades 3 – 10
Wellesley College campus3-week program for students entering grades 8 – 9
Residential and day options80 course options including Fashion Design, Criminal Investigations, Aeronautical Engineering.
iCode of Wellesley — WELLESLEY
73 Central St.
Campus Director: Pam Peck, [email protected]
Facebook page. Have you wanted to empower your child’s innovations in new technology such as Virtual Reality (VR), Artificial Intelligence (AI), drones, digital arts, and electronics? iCode of Wellesley is an after-school and summer camp that engages children in a STEAM learning experience using AGILE on a dynamic technology curriculum.
Kickstart — WELLESLEY
At Wellesley High School, through Wellesley Rec.
The Kickstart STEM Summer Workshop will run from 9am – noon during the weeks of August 5th and August 12th. We will be teaching elementary school students a variety of STEM topics, ranging from chemistry to biology and python coding. The ability to think critically and scientifically is integral to a child’s intellectual development, and this workshop aims to cultivate that skill. Through a variety of engaging activities, we will be asking kids to take a hands on approach to learning about the scientific curiosities of their world. Register at wellesleyrec.org, activity 322101
LINX Camps proudly serves Metrowest MA with over 40 premier camps, including Junior, General, Adventure, Performing Arts, Sports, Leadership, and STEAM. At LINX Camps, we are focused on building a community, one camper at a time. Our award-winning camps, for kids age 3 years – 10th grade, provide a traditional day camp experience (like a sleepaway camp) that builds community and character while allowing kids to explore their interests. Theme Fridays, opening and closing ceremonies, and camp-wide spirit cheers are just a few of the community-building aspects of LINX Camps that all our camp families have the chance to enjoy and share with each other for a lifetime. Come see why we are an award-winning camp 5 years in a row! LINX bus transportation is available from 17 towns.
50 Oakland St, Wellesley, 781-239-2582
For all high school students:
– 2-week STEM program featuring workshops in electronics and Raspberry Pi, App Inventor, wearable technologies, and NetLogo Simulations.For rising juniors and seniors, and graduating seniors:
– For-credit interdisciplinary course featuring computer science and engineering
Puddlestompers Summer Programs offers STEM-based nature programming for your young explorers, ages 3-6. Following a weekly theme, each day children and educators investigate a different topic in nature. Our experienced teacher naturalists guide children in nature discovery and play through hands-on exploration, active movement, outdoor play, craft, stories and songs. With weekly sign-ups and an early drop-off option, Puddlestompers is perfect for your little ones. Running June 10th – July 19th and August 5th – 16th. Visit www.puddlestompers.com for more information.
Sew Easy — WELLESLEY
159 Linden St., Wellesley, MA and a location in Needham
Kids, ages 6 through 17+ years old, will experience the old-fashion pleasures of learning a new life skill. These skills include: learning to operate a sewing machine, selecting exciting fabrics and patterns, hand sewing and much more.
277 Linden St., 781-772-1301
The studio is holding two separate week-long camps. Camp activities include mini karate lessons, advanced training, lego building games, crafts, and more.
Summer. It’s the season for discovery, exploration, and growth. Find out how you can succeed and thrive in ways you have yet to imagine – here at Wellesley College. One Wellesley Summer Programs offer more than classes and credits. Summer classes are small, academically challenging and taught by full-time Wellesley faculty. Whether you are ready to advance along your academic path, or you would like to explore a whole new path, there is no better time to start than this summer. [email protected] offers opportunities to visiting undergraduates, high-school students in good academic standing and professionals.
Main Office: 646-543-8726
Summer 365 is the leading consulting service specializing in sleep-away camps and overnight summer programs, trips, and travel for children and teens, ages 7-18. We’re a resource to parents year-round with a customized and holistic approach to the search process. Our team is dedicated to helping you find the perfect summer experience for your child.
Tenacre Day Camp — WELLESLEY
80 Benvenue Street, on the campus of Tenacre Country Day School, Ages 3 through 12
Tenacre is proud to be the best first camp experience for your child. The foundation of our camp’s success is the quality of our experienced staff, nurturing environment, and excellent swim program; most 3 and 4 year olds swim 1:1. Boys and girls ages 3-12 can enroll for up to 9 weeks. After camp Child Care is offered daily. The staff encourages growth, while making every child feel safe in a fun-filled atmosphere. Our facilities keep our campers active and engaged with heated outdoor pools, air conditioned rooms, and beautiful playing fields. Activities include daily instructional and recreational swim, clay, crafts, music, sports, nature, science, archery, ropes course, and more.
Terriers Summer Sports Camp 2019
Offered to grades 2-6 (grade as of January, 2019
A summertime favorite since 1991, Terriers is a unique and rewarding experience. Kids enjoy a daily blend of unstructured fun and team sports. Teams play baseball, basketball, dodgeball, soccer and flag football games – Terriers style – with action and energy! Open gym and playground periods let kids enjoy summer fun playing wall ball, shooting baskets, playing catch, trading sports cards, or just hanging out with friends. Awards are presented daily for Effort, Improvement and Sportsmanship and teams enjoy competing for coveted Terriers Championship Buckets. Registration is at the Wellesley Recreation website or call 781-235-2370
Bates School, 9am – 3:30pm, June 24–June 28; July 8 – July 12; July 15–July 19; July 22– July 26; July 29-August 2
Warren Rec Center, 9am – 3:30pm, August 19-August 23 9 AM—3:30pm
Summer Camps for almost every age. Camps include field trips, swim lessons, special events, super creative activities, and much more. Find our more about our KinderCamp (ages 4 – 5); Camp Joey (grades K – 2); Camp Q (grades 3 – 8); Camp Adventure (grades 6 – 8); Counselor in Training program.
Registration for Wellesley residents starts January 8, 2019. Non Residents: January 22, 2019 starting at 9am.
Please feel free to contact the office with any questions 781-235-2370.
WTP offers one-week theatre camps and full-scale production camps for kids 4 years – 12th grade. Our award-winning camps for kids provide students with a fun, well-rounded theatre experience. Sessions include three production camps geared for students between 2nd and 12th grade in addition to one-week Theatre Arts camps for Pre K- 12th grade.
Academic, enrichment, and recreational summer program for students entering K – 5 in the fall.
Location: Sprague School, 401 School St, Wellesley 02481
781-446-6210 x2540 or [email protected]
Academics courses are based on WPS Learning Goals and are designed for students who need practice and review in order to maintain skills or for those students who want to learn strategies in specific content areas such as early literacy, comprehension, fluency, math and writing. To ensure the intensity of the instruction in the academic strand of courses, enrollment will be limited to 12-15 whenever possible.
Enrichment Courses are designed for students who want to pursue a special interest or to develop a new one. Goals for the enrichment courses include sharing and taking turns and developing good sportsmanship by fostering collaboration and cooperation.
LEAP 3.0 and our EF Bootcamp are summer programs for students with ADHD, Dyslexia, Cognitive Processing challenges or Executive Functioning deficits. Summer is the perfect time to optimize your child’s learning to help them thrive. Call us to set up an assessment or free consultation.
Write Ahead builds foundational writing skills through explicit instruction and fun, engaging topics. We use a proven teaching methodology, backed by over 100 empirical studies demonstrating writing improvements that outperform control groups. Using our own measurement scale, we have seen writing quality lifts in every student who has taken a Write Ahead class to date and 90% of students agreed or strongly agreed that their writing quality improved after completing the class.
We have a range of classes for rising 3rd – 10th graders over the summer including one-week intensives or evening classes, as well as classes in the Fall. Please see www.write-ahead.com/classes for descriptions.
Camps Beyond Wellesley
Our six-week program provides an extensive coverage of the material as well as skills required to earn the highest grades in your courses. Summer courses offer your student an academic advantage as they prepare to reenter school at their next grade level in September.
We also offer unbeatable preparation for SAT and ACT exams. Summer is the ideal time to master the material required to achieve the highest score and to develop winning strategies for college applications.
All of our classes are small and we are committed to delivering the best education to every student. Classes include up to six students while test prep classes and AP classes may be restricted to five students.
The Boston Leadership Institute offers three-week, hands-on summer research programs for gifted middle and high school students. Students receiving strong grades in G/T, IB, AP, and Honors math and science classes are encouraged to apply. Cutting-edge research from fields such as Synthetic Biology, Neuroscience, Contagious Disease, Green Chemistry, and Drug Discovery is translated into challenging and innovative hands-on research labs. Programs are led by teachers who hold advanced degrees, who work or teach at world-class institutions such as Harvard and MIT, or who have won major teaching awards. Students formulate original research proposals and collect data. Field trips take advantage of leading biotech companies, universities, and hospitals located in the Boston area. Programs culminate in student conference presentations. The Boston Leadership Institute has received multiple awards and has been named on lists of top summer science programs. Boston area day and residential programs are located at Bentley University/Gann, Dana Hall Prep School, and Longwood Medical/Simmons College locations.
Dedham Country Day Camp
90 Sandy Valley Rd, Dedham, MA 02026
At Dedham Country Day Camp we believe that summer time should reinforce the wonders of being a child, and the enduring joy of friendship. While we offer a broad range of activities from archery to woodworking, we also allow time in each day for the simple enjoyment of catching frogs in the stream, climbing trees and building forts in the pine grove.
Lisa Kaplan, Camp Director, 781-320-1832
email: [email protected]
Charles River Creative Arts Program
6 Old Meadow Rd.
P.O. Box 339
Dover, Massachusetts 02030-0339
The Charles River Creative Arts Program (CRCA)) is a leader in summer multi-arts education. With over 100 classes in performing and visual arts, athletics, and technology, students learn skills, forge lasting relationships, and take risks in a supportive community of dedicated, accomplished professionals. Campers choose their own activities, building confidence as they develop critical thinking, problem solving, and collaborative skills. CRCAP offers an immersive, exciting, and diverse environment for children to explore their passions and create their own summer arts adventure.
Powisset Farm — DOVER
39 Powisset Farm St.
Dover, Massachusetts 02030
With Farm, Forester, Chef!, Powisset Farm invites kids ages 7 -11 to learn about farming and where their food comes from by getting their hands dirty at their bucolic 109-acre working farm. Campers will experience planting, harvesting, and preparing soil for crops. They’ll learn about our farm animals—including chickens, pigs, sheep goats and rabbits—by caring for them, collecting eggs, and learning about animal life on the farm. Once a week, campers head to nearby Rocky Woods to explore a forest habitat. Special cooking classes in Powisset’s farm kitchen allow kids to prepare farm-fresh recipes and share their creations.
Mondays—Fridays, 9am – 1pm
Sessions: Jul 8-12, Jul 15-19, Jul 22-26, Jul 29-Aug 2, Aug 5-9, Aug 12-16
Lexington: Epiphany Story Lab
35 Bedford St. #3, Lexington, 0242
New production company and student Hollywood Boot Camp. Our two-week Hollywood Boot Camp is the only summer film program where students learn from active Hollywood producers out of a functioning production office. Students will learn how to make their own film and also actively participate in the development, production, and marketing of major motion pictures.
Explore Japan Program — MILTON
Pierce Middle School, Milton (boys) July 21 – August 7, 2016
Milton High School (girls) July 24 – August 9, 2016
Bring Japan home this summer! During Explore Japan, local families host visiting Japanese students while their children attend daily Japanese culture workshops and go on exciting Boston-area field trips. For families who host a Japanese visitor during the program one child can attend Explore Japan for FREE! That is a two-and-a-half-week program, 9AM – 4PM, Mon – Fri, including admission and supervision on afternoon field trips – for free. The Explore Japan Program welcomes students ages 8-18 from all Eastern MA communities.
Montrose School Summer Program — MEDFIELD
29 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052
With more than 20 courses, Montrose’s Summer Program includes academic, special-interest and athletic courses for girls entering grades 3-12. Participants will build mastery, gain momentum, and make memories that will last for years to come. With low student to teacher ratios, our programs provide the personal attention needed to master academic concepts, perfect a craft or skill, and form meaningful friendships.
Riverbend Discovery Camp — NATICK
39 Eliot St., Natick 01760
At Riverbend Discovery Camp, our innovative approach encourages students to explore their talents with confidence, strive for achievement and discover new ways of thinking, all in an environment founded on respect and collaboration. Come experience a truly dynamic camp atmosphere. Now celebrating our 4th season, Riverbend Discovery Camp is a day camp in Natick open to children toddlers (15 months)-entering 5th graders. Each program has been thoughtfully developed for each age-group customized by staff aware of the developmental growth and needs of children.
Summer art workshops for grades 4 – 12. Programs include: Summer Art Workshop and Stained Glass Workshop.
Walnut Hill School for the Arts
12 Highland Street, Natick, MA 01760
Each summer, Walnut Hill School for the Arts welcomes hundreds of talented students from across the country and around the world to our Natick, Massachusetts, campus for immersive programs in dance, theater, and visual art. Our programs are specially designed to provide students ages 10–17 with a rich, satisfying summer arts experience that allows them to develop their skills and work with expert faculty and peers who share their exceptional abilities and love for the arts. The perfect blend of serious study and summer fun, Walnut Hill’s programs offer intensive training within a supportive, creative environment. Read more about Walnut Hill’s unique summer programs.
iD Tech Camps — NEEDHAM
Olin College of Engineering
1000 Olin Way, Needham, MA 02492
Welcome to the original tech camp, built around YOU. Code a mobile app. Design your own video game. Produce a viral video. Discover the secrets of cryptography. Our flagship program features over 30 innovative courses, blending world-class instruction with fun camp activities. In each weeklong session, you’ll explore an inspiring campus, make new friends, and build skills that last long after summer. Day and overnight available. Over 130 locations all over the country.
Plugged In’s Music that Matters Summer Camp is for ages 11-18 and includes band class, songwriting, recording a song for a CD, music video, workshops, offsite events, and performance opportunities. Each session ends with a benefit concert that raises money for a charitable organization chosen by the students themselves. Plugged In provides a nurturing and supportive community to which young musicians feel a sense of belonging, an opportunity to express and be acknowledged for their musical interests and a chance to use their music to help others around the world. In addition to summer camp, Plugged In offers weekly ensemble band classes during the fall and spring, private lessons and songwriting workshops.
Session I dates: July 8 – 19, 2019
Session II dates: July 22 – August 2, 2019
Hours: 9 AM – 3 PM (extended hours available)
Registration ends when MTM reaches capacity (25 students per session)
Information and online registration form: http://www.pluggedinband.org/
Since 1972, Summer at Chestnut Hill has focused on providing an enriching camp environment where campers of all ages, abilities, and interests can flourish. With an experienced team of educators, enthusiastic staff (many of whom were past campers and C.I.T.’s), and a diverse range of activities, campers learn, explore, create, make positive connections, and challenge themselves. Our aim is for each camper to not only have an enriching camp experience, but to leave each summer with increased confidence, talents, and positive attributes.
11 locations across Massachusetts
Empow Studios STEM Camps bring technology, arts, and play together to help young learners discover and build on their creative talents.
At our two studios in Lexington & Newton, and our 14 other pop-up camp locations kids can choose from five camp programs, including Tech & Design Camp, Minecraft Camp, Java Coding Camp, Girls STEM Camp, and AR/VR Camp. Locations include Acton, Back Bay, Belmont, Brookline, Cambridge, Cape Cod, Franklin, Lexington, Milton-Quincy, Natick, Newton, Reading, and Shrewsbury. For kids entering grades 2-12. Learn more at https://empow.me
This summer stock theater production will develop skills in drama, music, scenery design and choreography. Children will have opportunities to be creative, gain confidence, and learn the value of teamwork in a safe and nurturing environment. 9 am – 12 noon Monday – Friday (early drop off option available), June 26 – July 24, 2019 (except July 4) – 4 week program will take place at Franklin Elementary School, 125 Derby Street, W. Newton. $900 for Newton Residents, $1000 Non-residents.
Suzanne Archibald is returning to lead this program designed for all levels of interest. Whether your child is a budding artist, scientist, athlete or gamer, their curiosity will be surely be piqued by the creative weekly projects. Students will take home finished projects. A gallery of photos documenting their endeavors will be on display at the theater production in July. Classes offered 1 – 3 pm, Monday – Friday, June 26 – July 24 (except July 4) – 4 week program at Franklin Elementary School, 125 Derby Street, W. Newton. Cost is $450 for Newton residents, $550 for non-residents.
To register online: www.activityreg.com
FaySummer — SOUTHBOROUGH
48 Main St., Southborough, MA 01772
FaySummer in Southborough, MA offers dynamic summer programs for pre-school (age 3) through grade 9, and its talented staff includes over 25 faculty members from Fay School. Day Camp, for children 3-15, features weekly sessions filled with games, sports, drama, visual arts, instructional and free swim, and other activities, all conducted in small group settings.
Older children ages 6-15 can participate in Specialty Camps, which offer a half-day focus on a special theme, such as horseback riding, soccer, musical theater, circus arts, or robotics, along with a half-day of regular day camp. Families can also choose Voyager Camp for day campers entering grades 7-9. Each day during the week-long session, campers travel off campus for a new adventure to visit museums, beaches, amusement parks, and other local attractions.
FaySummer also offers a day and overnight enrichment camp called Academic Adventures for students ages 10-14. During each two-week session, students take courses in creative writing, humanities, science, math, and technology during the morning, and then they participate in traditional camp activities in the afternoon.
Brave Arts strives to build confidence in children through growth as performers on stage and as people behind the scenes. Campers may board on the campus of Regis College or attend as day campers.
Summer Arts at The Cambridge School of Weston is a multi-arts camp where students ages 6 – 15 explore their creativity, express their individuality, and take artistic risks. Summer Arts offers classes in art, dance, drama, media, music, sports, writing, swimming, photography and textiles.
Tuition includes daily hot lunch
Mazemakers is a small, dynamic learning community of young people entering grades two through eight that emphasizes choice, challenge and community. Participants choose their own courses and projects such as computer game design, art, digital photography and science, challenging themselves and each other in cooperative problem solving.
Campers learn how to swim, challenge themselves on the high ropes course, and explore the arts. Every child has the chance to shine whether it is on the tennis court, at the archery range, in ceramics, or letting his/her imagination soar in Drama. The focus is always on the camper with the goal of fostering teamwork, cooperation, integrity, leadership skills, a sense of fair play, and a respect for self and others.
$1405 for a two-week session, 2018
The Rivers School in Weston offers on-site and online summer courses which are open to all students regardless of where they live or attend school. All classes are limited to enrollment between 10 and 12 students.
For high school-aged students, courses include Topics in Economics, Big History, The Art of Writing, Computer Programming, and more. For middle school students courses include Robot Mysteries: Problem-Solving for the 21st Century, Growing and Giving: a Service Learning Program, Ceramics and 2D/3D Art, Writing Workshop, and more.
The Rivers Day Camp Program — WESTON
333 Winters St., Weston 02493
NOTE: NO SUMMER CAMP IN 2019 DUE TO CAMPUS CONSTRUCTION
Camp experience offering a wide range of age appropriate activities, a safe environment, and a structured daily schedule. Children are placed in co-ed groups according to age with a 1:3 counselor to camper ratio of experienced and nurturing counselors.
Ages 3 1/2 – 7th grade.
Activities may include:
• Fishing • Flag Football • Gaga Ball • Gym Ball • Karate • Kayaking • Kickball • Legos • Music •
Cross-Certified) • Tennis (Elective) • Volleyball • Whiffleball • Wood Shop •
35 Winona Road
Bridgton, Maine 04009 USA
Winona is a summer camp that offers boys the opportunity to partake in numerous activities such as swimming, canoeing and sailing as well as archery, horseback riding and the Junior Maine Guide program. Along with enjoying the lakes and mountains of western Maine on canoe or hiking trips, Winona is a boys camp that has several athletic facilities on site for soccer, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, and volleyball.
At Fleur de Lis Camp, girls ages 8-15 move through their camp days smiling, laughing, learning, and sharing. Whether it’s learning to serve a tennis ball, practicing lines for a play, swimming, or playing Capture the Flag, it’s about gaining confidence and independence. Fleur de Lis is committed to fostering leadership skills, citizenship, and self-confidence while helping each girl reach her full potential. Our community is intentionally “age-blind”; we believe that each girl regardless of her age can help and learn from fellow campers during activities, eating together in the dining hall, and living with peers.
Campers staying at William Lawrence Camp enjoy a wide range of activities that build confidence, provide useful skills for a lifetime, and prepare young men to succeed in life. Through a fun, balanced program, in a camp family atmosphere with positive role models, William Lawrence Camp encourages the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development of the whole boy in a caring, nurturing, spirited, challenging, yet safe environment. While allowing a kid to be a kid, the camp seeks to enhance positive values and skill development leading to a productive and responsible adulthood.
Putney Student Travel
345 Hickory Ridge Rd
Putney, VT 05346
We’re not new at this. Our perfect safety record gives parents comfort and reflects decades of institutional knowledge and expertise in performing successful risk management, supporting young travelers, and delivering high quality programming. Our programs instill confidence, maturity, and passion for cultures and ideas that are new to students—benefits that extend far beyond summer. These experiences often serve as springboards for students to develop lifelong interests.
Summer programs locations include Costa Rica, Fiji, India, Nepal, South Africa, Vietnam, Alaska, New England, Italy, and more.