Enroll Your Child for a Fun-Filled Summer
We can make this summer the best one yet at Birch Mountain Day School, Inc. We offer an exciting summer camp for children ages 3 to 12 in Manchester, CT. As the perfect complement to our educational programs, our summer camp days are filled with weekly themes, arts and crafts, language arts, swimming, games, nature walks, dramatic play, an outdoor playground, and of course, plenty of fun!
Call to sign up your child today!
We offer a variety of summer camp options to meet the needs of different families. Your child can either attend our Camp Program from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM or our Extended Camp Program from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Children may attend between 2 and 10 weeks of camp. The days of the week are also flexible with 2, 3, or 5 day options:
Registration for summer camp begins in early winter. Weeks chosen are not guaranteed until your confirmation is sent. Please be aware that enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis and all tuition is due upon attending camp.
Make a Splash This Summer
Along with our air-conditioned building, we also have an in-ground swimming pool for children to enjoy. The depth of the pool measures 3 feet for the entire length of the pool, with stairs to wait for turns.
We offer swimming lessons and free swim time for all children during camp hours. A Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructor will be on-site to teach the children.
“Both of my children have thrived at your facility. I am so grateful not only for the academic learning they experience but for the way you have helped mold them into happy and well-adjusted human beings.”
“Birch Mountain Day School is by far the best facility for children in the area...no one else even comes close to the level of care and intelligence this school offers. What other school comes with an owner who is at the facility teaching her own children and yours every day?”
Interested in our summer camp program?
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