950 Mamaroneck Ave
Stepinac’s Summer of STEAM offers an immersive program in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics, and TACHS prep curriculum in our brand new state-of-the-art STEAM Center. Campers will be exposed to robotics, engineering, video game design and Scratch animation, art and digital design, 3D printing, computer programming, math, gaming, physics, mechanics, and so much more. Our popular sports camps (basketball, football, soccer, and baseball) are designed for boys entering 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grades as of September 2022. For more information, visit www.Stepinac.org, click “Admissions,” and then “Summer at Stepinac.”
Through Brown’s Pre-College summer programs, students experience what makes a Brown University education unique — courses that reflect the rigor and flexibility of Brown’s Open Curriculum, a student-centered approach to teaching, and extracurricular workshops and activities where they meet students from all over the world. Learn more at precollege.brown.edu/wm.
684 Peekskill Hollow Rd
Putnam Valley, NY
Located on the YMCA of CNW’s beautiful 100 acres facility in Putnam Valley, the Camp Combe Day Camp serves campers ages 4 to 14. Our mini-camp, big camp, and leadership development LIT/CIT programs provide campers with the opportunity to participate in all the traditional camp activities, such as swimming, hiking, ziplining, archery, and so much more. Camp Combe provides campers with the opportunity to grow and explore while surrounded by a community of friends that will last a lifetime! One thing we know for sure: Kids need Camp Combe now more than ever! There’s No Place Like Combe!
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!
Programs for High School Students
School of Professional Studies
203 Lewisohn Hall
2970 Broadway, Mail Code 4119
New York, NY
Hone your talent. Find your path. Our high school immersion programs leverage the expertise of Columbia University, allowing students from around the world to connect and collaborate with award-winning Ivy League faculty and a diverse cohort of fellow students. The programs are open to currently enrolled 9th through 12th graders. Students select from over 100 courses across the academic year and summer options, for an in-depth examination of a specific subject area. For session dates, please visit our website.
180 Bradhurst Ave
Discover Camp is a summer day camp for children ages 5 to 15. Campers and parents build and create their own schedule based on over 100 class offerings. Classes are taught by New York State-certified teachers and/or industry professionals with a 5:1 camper to staff ratio. Our facility is air-conditioned and we provide a catered lunch. Discover Camp is a place your child can nourish their creativity, spark curiosity, and explore their interests.
We have the capabilities as a mobile-based camp to offer activities for an extremely wide range of thrill seekers. Our Summer Camps include such activities as surfing, kayaking, white water rafting, zip lining, bicycling, amusement and water parks…just to name a few. Our Winter Ski Trips offer some of the best local skiing and snowboarding in the area.
111 Larchmont Ave
FASNY Summer Camp is a unique camp for children ages 3 to 11 located on our expansive Manor Campus in Larchmont. Designed for new experiences, adventures, and life-long memories, we make languages and learning fun! Students participate in fun age-appropriate and theme-based activities using music, science, arts and crafts, cooking, and the outdoors to help with language acquisition. Camp is open to FASNY and non-FASNY students in grades Nursery through rising 9th grade in both English and French of any level. Join us today!
2000 Frost Valley Rd
Frost Valley YMCA offers several overnight programs for children and teens, including adventure trips, horse camps, adventure survival camp, farm camp, and traditional overnight camp (available in two-week sessions). Just 2.5 hours from New York City in the breathtaking Catskill Mountains. Come for an open house or schedule a private tour. We can’t wait to see you here in the Valley!
50 Partridge Rd
For over 40 years, German International School New York, a Pre-K through Grade 12 college preparatory program, offers a distinctive bilingual education with an emphasis on the sciences. The rigorous academic instruction encourages critical thinking and enables their students to grow into socially and environmentally conscious global citizens. Graduates earn the New York State High School Diploma and the German International Abitur, which facilitates access to universities worldwide. Children entering the Pre-K or Kindergarten programs are not required to speak or understand German and build the foundation of being bilingual by first grade.
861 Bedford Rd
Purchase College, SUNY
735 Anderson Hill Rd
SummerTech is earth’s best tech camp and geek culture experience since 2002. Our community of home-grown staff offering the gold standard in coding, animation, 3D modeling gaming, outdoor activity, and radical acceptance. Leadership and learning at the highest levels. Meals included. The Pace University program begins July 10. The SUNY Purchase program, which offers both day and overnight options, starts June 26.
1275 Mamaroneck Ave
212 E 93rd St
New York, NY
The Windward School provides a proven instructional program for children with language-based learning disabilities. The Windward School Summer Program follows the school’s research-based, multisensory curriculum and benefits all children. The program features morning academic courses and afternoon creative, sport, drama, and science lab sessions, as well as skill improvement in reading, writing, and math.
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