When it comes to finding first-rate camps and summer programs of all types even in a pandemic, Westchester’s top options will have you wishing you could be a kid again!
Archbishop Stepinac High School
The Chapel School Summer Program
172 White Plains Rd
The Chapel School Summer Program has been serving campers in Westchester and New York City for over 20 years, providing a safe and nurturing place for theme-based fun to 3- to 6-year-olds (Care Bear Program) and sports, drama, music, and STEM enrichment for 7- to 12-year-olds (Explorer Program). We safely opened in Summer 2020 and are more than prepared for 2021!
142 N Central Ave
NORY is a summer camp for the youngest innovators to try new things, ask crazy questions, and explore wild possibilities, even if it sometimes means failing along the way. Kids ages 5 to 10 can sign up for STEM-focused programs with weekly themes worth geeking out over, like Wood Working, Kitchen Science, and Robotic World. The 5 to 1 ratio of curious campers to inspiring instructors keeps kids engrossed in the hands-on curriculum. The popular New York City camp even expanded to Westchester in 2019. Check out both Virtual and COVID-Safe In-Person School Year Vacation and Summer Camps. Call 914.557.8694 or e-mail email@example.com with any questions. Learn about NORY Education Pods at www.nory.co/pod.
Maria Regina High School
500 W Hartsdale Ave
Celebrating 48 years! Squire Advantage Camps at Maria Regina High School are for the child who wants it all! Campers customize their own schedule from over 50 exciting courses, including robotics, art, cooking, swimming, Legos, sports, and more. Courses are led by certified teachers. Squire also operates a Tennis and All Sports Academy. A hot lunch and early drop-off are included. Transportation and extended day also are available.
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