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EXPERIENCES

ULTIMATE summer 2013

NORWOOD-FONTBONNE ACADEMY CHESTNUT HILL, PA

1-9 Weeks

4 camps

Ages 4-15


plan your ultimate summer! Multiple camps & experiences to choose from...

ULTIMATE summer 2013 With over 60 activities across 4 different camps, flexible scheduling and extended day programs, we’ve got you covered. Why ESF Extend Your Day how to enroll general information applications

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Questions? Call 610.581.7100 or visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

ages 4-8

day camp

ages 6-14

sports camp

Pure fun! Action-packed program for campers, ages 4-8.

The finest multi-sports camp featuring 9 sports for campers, ages 6-14!

Activities

Highlights

Activities

Highlights

Archery grades 2-3 Arts & Crafts Creative & Performing Arts Daily Swim Instruction Fencing grades 2-3 Martial Arts grades 1-3 Outdoor Survival Skills grades 2-3 Science & Nature Special Events Sports World Tour

Camp Shows July 19 & Aug 15 Fantastic Fridays Leadership Development Special Guests Team-building Activities Tournaments Ultimate ESF Games Wacky Wednesdays Weekly Themes

Baseball Basketball European Team Handball Flag Football Golf Lacrosse Soccer Street Hockey Swimming

Group Instruction Individual Instruction Leadership Development League Games Skills Contests Skills Development Tournaments Ultimate ESF Games World League Games ages 7-14

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Location

Norwood-Fontbonne Academy 8891 Germantown Avenue Chestnut Hill, PA 19118

ages 9-15

Sessions

1-9 week options from June 17 to August 16, 2013

senior camp

Hours

Ages

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Extended day option: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM

ages 8-14

For boys & girls Ages 4 - 15

major CAMPs

ages 4-15

extend your day

New challenges & True Life Adventures for campers, ages 9-15.

Unique specialty camps for ages 8-14. Choose a major, begin a journey!

Choose from an assortment of specialty After-camp clinics & workshops.

Activities

True Life Adventures

Business Camp

Science Camps

Sports

Art, Science & More

Archery Art Studio Fencing & Martial Arts Quest/Eco-Venture Sports Swimming True Life Adventures

Breakdancing Carnival, Circus & Magic Culinary Arts Inventors’ Workshop Musical Theater: Fame, JR Outdoor Adventure: Rockwall Soap Box Derby Song Writing & Music Production

Animal Advocacy Forensic Science Super Cool Science Space & Rocketry

Archery Baseball Basketball Breakdancing Dance & Cheerleading Fencing Fitness Fun-damentals Lacrosse Rock Wall Soccer Soccer Fun-damentals Tee Ball Fun-damentals

Acting & Improv Clay & Ceramics Duct Tape Design Etiquette, Manners & More Jewelry & Accessories Ooey Gooey Science Painting Tie Dye

Highlights Elective-based Scheduling & Evening Socials grades 7+ Field Trips: Oracle Games Sleepover oldest group

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Extend Your Day pg 20

Sports Business & Entrepreneurship

Design Camps Fashion Design & Merchandising Invention by Design

Performing Arts Camp Musical Theater

Technology Camps Digital Photography & Graphic Design Filmmaking

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How to Enroll & General Info. pg 24

applications pg 25

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why esf

ESF is a place where campers feel at home their very first year. Our 31 years in camping, expert staff, award-winning programs, rich traditions, excellent facilities, and intensive year-round planning converge on one goal: creating the perfect camp experience for your child.


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Our Facilities The premier indoor and outdoor facilities of Norwood-Fontbonne Academy serve as the ultimate camp “playground” – with everything including athletic fields, gymnasiums, state-of-the-art outdoor swimming pool, art studio, classrooms and air-conditioned cafeteria. Norwood-Fontbonne Academy is located at 8891 Germantown Avenue, Chestnut Hill, PA 19118.

Our Traditions Founded in 1982 by brothers Michael and Bill Rouse, ESF has a long-standing and well-deserved reputation for excellence, and every year we strive to raise the bar even higher. We provide a safe, supportive, fun environment where new experiences can be tried and individual achievement is encouraged. Our values and goals are reflected in every aspect of our camps. Our unique ESF Traditions – cherished over the years– reward and inspire campers and reinforce what we’re about.

Our Staff We hand pick only the best. Our staff is made up of teachers, as well as graduate and undergraduate students pursuing degrees primarily in the fields of Early Childhood, Elementary, Secondary and Physical Education, and Child Psychology. But it isn’t just the qualifications, it’s the energy and enthusiasm of our staff that sets us apart. They understand the “ESF Experience” and know how to deliver it! With our low camper-to-staff ratio, your child receives the attention needed to flourish.

Our Programs With our unique assortment of camps for children of all ages and interests, and over 60 expertlydesigned activities, we ensure that your child is continually exposed to a variety of new experiences. Our award-winning camps are filled with the perfect blend of Education, Sports and Fun! Our full-time team of dedicated professionals works year-round to ensure that our camp programs are fresh, creative and exciting each summer. We infuse all our activities with fun, and we never lose sight of the value of play!

For details, sample daily schedules and more, visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill


ages 4-8

DAY CAMP

Ages For boys & girls, ages 4-8

Sessions 2-9 week options from June 17 to August 16, 2013

Hours

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Monday-Friday Extended day option: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM


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DAY CAMP

Program Overview Day Camp offers PURE FUN for campers ages 4-8. Led by our experienced and dynamic staff, our camp features daily swim instruction, along with a wide variety of exciting, hands-on activities, including sports, art, science, drama and much more! Join the fun!

Featured Activities & Highlights

daily SWIM instruction

WOrld tour

SPECIAL EVENTS

SPORTS

FINE ART & KEEPSAKE CRAFTS

creative & performing arts

science & nature

camp shows

fencing

Archery

martial arts

team building activities

What’s Being Said... “Coming to Day Camp year after year, we are always guaranteed a great time...ESF just gets better each year!”

“ESF is a wonderful environment. My kids feel safe, happy and secure enough to try new things. They could not wait to get to camp each day!”

MR. & MRS. BROWN

For details, sample daily schedules and more, visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

MS. DROSSMAN

“ESF is the gold standard for camp­­...no one does it better!”

MS. Perkins


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Activities Daily Swim Instruction Take the plunge and cool off with our daily instructional swim program. Our low camper to instructor ratio ensures that your camper will learn basic swim techniques and water safety skills at his/her own pace, under the guidance and supervision of our Red Cross certified instructors and lifeguards. As campers advance through skill levels, they will take home progress reports and be recognized with awards.

Sports Build sportsmanship and teamwork while learning the fundamentals of soccer, street hockey, basketball, baseball, flag football, tee-ball, track and field, whiffle ball and more. Campers also play recreational games and compete in tournaments each week.

Fine  Arts & Keepsake  Crafts Explore a wide variety of artistic media in our exciting art programs. Campers create artwork in the styles of famous artists and make keepsake crafts including tie dye t-shirts, clay creations, jewelry, mosaics and much more.

Project  Discovery (Science & Nature) Become a scientist and environmental steward while experiencing scientific investigations, cool experiments, and outdoor explorations. Themes include: nature, animals, radical reactions, dinosaurs, birds, bubbles, bugs and more!

Creative & Performing  Arts Make some music and dance your heart out while learning acting and improv techniques, telling stories, playing charades, singing karaoke, creating tribe cheers and performing skits. Campers also participate in our two new Day Camp Shows.

Day Camp Shows Take the stage and shine in the spotlight as you perform in our new Camp Shows: The Legend of the Spirit Stick (performance on July 19) Treasure Island: Young Pirates of the Caribbean (performance on August 15)

World  Tour (Cultural Awareness) Travel around the world this summer without ever leaving camp. Discover various cultures, traditions, languages, geography, music and dance, festivals, folklore and more! Far away locations include: Spain, Australia, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Thailand and Africa. Campers also travel back in time to discover the marvels of Ancient Egypt and, a little closer to home, enjoy historic journeys in Boston and cool adventures in Alaska.

Special Events Participate in theme-related games and activities, obstacle courses, relays, and more during this exciting team-building time. Questions? Call 610.581.7100 or visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill


DAY CAMP

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Highlights Sports Tournaments Team Building Activities Ultimate ESF Games Time-honored Traditions

Archery Martial Arts Fencing Leadership Development

Theme Weeks Each week, Day Camp has a cool, new theme! To Infinity and Beyond Thrills and Chills Walking on Sunshine Medieval Madness Paint Camp Red, White & Blue

Treasure Island ESF’s Got Talent Arctic Zone Sensational Superheroes

Wacky Wednesdays, Special Guests & Events Wacky Wednesday themes, Fantastic Friday events, and special guests will spice up each week and make it super exciting! Wacky Wednesday themes include: Mismatch Day Masquerade Day Beach Day Medieval Day Star Spangled Day

Pirate Day Crazy Hat Day Blizzard Day Superhero Day

Favorite Tradition: The Spirit Stick Get ready to cheer with all you’ve got! When your tribe shows the most teamwork, participation and spirit during morning assembly, you’ll win the Spirit Stick. Hold it high with pride!


ages 6-14

sports CAMP

Ages

Hours

For boys & girls, ages 6-14

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Monday-Friday

Sessions 2-9 week options from June 17 to August 16, 2013

Extended day option: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM


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Program Overview Sports Camp offers action-packed, non-stop fun and game play in 9 featured sports every week for campers ages 6-14. Campers receive top-notch instruction geared to their skill level and play 2-3 different sports each day. This is the ultimate multi-sport experience!

Features & Highlights

daily swimming

golf

European team handball

basketball

flag football

soccer

lacrosse

baseball

street hockey

awards ceremonies

world league games

tournaments

What’s Being Said... “My son’s coach was particularly good at encouraging him this summer and helping him improve his skills.”

“Thanks for introducing so many exciting sports to our camper!”

mrs. shipley

For details, sample daily schedules and more, visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

Ms. Delgado

“My son absolutely loved Sports Camp. He has grown so much in athletic ability, confidence and self-esteem.”

Mrs. donnelly


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Activities 9 Featured Sports Each week, you’ll receive individualized and group instruction in all 9 featured sports: baseball, basketball, European team handball, flag football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, street hockey, and swimming.

Instruction & Skills Development Our expert coaches go beyond just teaching fundamental skills; they focus on the “total athlete,” emphasizing sportsmanship, teamwork, dedication, commitment, effort, leadership and improvement. Demonstrations on proper techniques, game strategies and fundamental skills help campers reach their full potential!

Daily Swimming Sports Campers, age 6, participate in instructional swim. Sports Campers, ages 7-14, have recreational swim with optional instruction available, at no extra charge, 2 days a week, before or after the camp. Times/days provided at Family Orientation in May/June.

Leadership Training We believe that excellence in sports is about more than just athletic performance. Develop your “total athlete” and learn to motivate, support and inspire others. You’ll become a leader both on and off the playing field.

A.L.T. Program (Advanced Level Training) For ages 11-14, the A.L.T. Program offers campers the option of participating in a higher level of athletic training. Choice Period Campers ages 7 and older play a sport of their choice or swim during daily choice time.

Tournaments Take part in tournaments and championships each week including Stanley Cup, World Cup, World Series, Final Four and more!

Ultimate ESF Games Watch for the clues for the return of this highly anticipated ESF tradition which is sure to pack in the fun with outrageous events and spirited team competitions.

Special Guests & Clinics Throughout the summer, college and high school coaches as well as other top instructors will visit and conduct specialized clinics. Please note: All you need to bring is a baseball glove. We’ll provide the rest of your equipment. Questions? Call 610.581.7100 or visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill


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sports CAMP

Highlights Individual & Group Instruction Skills Development & Contests Leadership Development League Games

Tournaments Ultimate ESF Games World League Games

ESF World League Championship Series Campers (ages 7+) travel and compete in this action-packed experience. Get in the game. Win or lose, you’re sure to have a blast!

World League Schedule June 27: Norwood-Fontbonne Sports Camp vs. Montgomery Sports Camp July 17:

Norwood-Fontbonne Sports Camp vs. Main Line Sports Camp

Aug 1:

Norwood-Fontbonne Sports Camp vs. Moorestown Friends Sports Camp

August 7: World League Championships *Dates are subject to change.

Favorite Tradition: Weekly Awards Ceremony After a fun and energizing week, we honor our athletes for outstanding achievements both on and off the field. Celebrate your positive contributions to the team and have the opportunity to win awards for teamwork, hustle, sportsmanship, improvement and leadership!


ages 9-15

SENIOR CAMP

Ages

Hours

For boys & girls, ages 9-15

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Monday-Friday

Sessions 2-9 week options from June 17 to August 16, 2013

Extended day option: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM


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SENIOR CAMP

Program Overview Senior Camp is an incomparable, adventure-filled experience for campers ages 9-15. This uniquely designed program broadens campers’ horizons and builds life skills through exciting True Life Adventures, daily swimming and a variety of award-winning activities including art studio, sports, fencing, martial arts, archery, team initiatives, service learning and much more!

Activities daily SWIMMING

SPORTS

FINE ART & KEEPSAKE CRAFTS

SENIOR QUEST

True Life Adventures

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE (rockwall)

BREAKDANCING

SOAP BOX DERBY

CARNIVAL, CIRCUS & MAGIC

SONG WRITING & MUSIC PRODuction

Musical Theater

CULINARY ARTS

Inventors’ Workshop

What’s Being Said... “ESF has been my son’s favorite place to go! I could not thank the ESF team enough!

“This is a very well-run camp. Great people, great activities.”

Mrs. contratti

For details, sample daily schedules and more, visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

Mrs. buckley

“The ESF counselors were the most well trained, responsible and responsive group I’ve ever encountered in any of my children’s camp experiences.”

MRS. Woushner


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True  Life  Adventures In addition to swimming, sports, art, fencing, martial arts, archery and other activities, you can broaden your horizons with a new TLA each week!

Breakdancing June 17 – June 21 Flash back to the 1980’s and learn one of the oldest hip-hop styles of dance– breakdancing. Focus on footwork, freezes, power moves and more. Breakdancing is a great workout and an excellent way to cross-train.

Soap Box Derby June 24 – June 28 Learn the basic skills of woodworking and craftsmanship as you and your team design and construct a Soap Box Derby Racer. Showcase your vehicle at the pre-race Rally and, once all cars have been inspected for safety regulations, round up your pit crew, put on your helmet and enjoy a few laps.

Musical Theater: FAME, JR July 1 – July 5, July 8 – July 12 A hit motion picture and international theater success, Fame, JR sets the stage for a sensational production. Discover the many facets of a theatrical team, and explore all aspects of dramatic and musical theater. Friends and family are invited to the premiere of this production on July 12.

Outdoor Adventure (Rock Wall) July 15 – July 19 Conquer the forty-foot rock wall, offering challenges for all skill levels, under the watchful eye of our experienced instructor and the security of a belay. Learn wilderness survival tips, outdoor living skills and orienteering while participating in team building activities and group initiatives. Culinary Arts: Great American Cookout July 22 – July 26 Prepare and sample some All-American classic recipes including appetizers, salads, smoothies, main dishes and desserts! Enjoy all of your culinary creations each day, but be sure to save some room for the grand finale – the Great American Cookout complete with food, music and games!

Carnival, Circus & Magic July 29 – August 2 Design, build, and host your very own Camp Carnival. Construct games, learn circus techniques, and discover how to perform illusions and sleight-of-hand magic tricks. Show off your savvy circus skills and strolling magic tricks at the grand finale!

Inventors’ Workshop August 5 – August 9 Step into a world of inspiration, creativity and imagination as you learn about great inventors and inventions that changed the world. Brainstorm and collaborate with your team to transform your ideas into super cool inventions. Showcase your prototypes at the ESF Invention Convention!

Song Writing & Music Production August 12 – August 16 Pursue your musical talents while composing, recording, and performing your own smash hit! Under the direction of a professional producer, create your own hit song and music video using high-tech electronic devices and multimedia digital technology. Questions? Call 610.581.7100 or visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill


Activities

SENIOR CAMP

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Daily Swimming Take the plunge every day and cool off under the guidance and supervision of our Red Cross certified instructors and lifeguards. Decide between recreational swim or our instructional swim program customized for your skill level. The choice is yours!

Senior Art Studio Explore a variety of artistic techniques and create masterpieces with oil and acrylic paints, wax, dye and more. Projects include clay sculptures, tie dye, print making, fashion design, duct tape creations, cartooning and keepsake projects of your choice.

Sports Instruction, game play and fun! Get energized while playing soccer, street hockey, basketball, baseball, lacrosse, flag football, and ultimate frisbee. Compete in athletic tournaments each week.

Highlights Archery Martial Arts Fencing

Special Guests & Events Wacky Wednesdays Fantastic Fridays

Ultimate ESF Games Watch for the clues for the return of this highly anticipated ESF tradition packed with outrageous events and spirited team competitions. Green or BLUE...who will be this summer’s champions?

Leadership Training Program grades 7+

Eco-Venture (Science & Nature)

Develop your individual leadership style, improve your verbal communication and build upon critical interpersonal skills. Prepare for your future!

You’ll be transformed into a scientist and environmental steward with cool projects including The Great Egg Drop, The Recycled Regatta, terrariums and garden stepping stones, to name a few.

Camp Sleepover oldest group tradition Get psyched for this one-time, traditional event on the evening of Thursday, July 25.

Senior  Quest Collaborate, communicate and problem-solve during Senior Quest’s high-energy challenges, fun team initiatives and service learning projects!

New for Summer 2013 Elective-based Schedule grades 7+ Add more choice into your summer and design a portion of your camp schedule each day!

Evening Events grades 7+

Favorite Tradition: The Oracle Awarded daily to the group that demonstrates the most respect, teamwork, dedication, kindness and effort, the Oracle is a cherished tradition for Senior Campers. Carry this symbol of leadership with care.

Join your friends at camp on the evenings of July 2 & July 30. Enjoy fun activities and dinner on us!

Oracle Travel Games all grade levels Travel to another ESF Camp site on June 25 & August 6. Meet new friends and participate in team challenges, athletic events, spirit competitions and more!


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DAY Major CAMP CAMPs

Ages

Hours

For boys & girls, ages 8-14

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Monday-Friday

Sessions 1 & 2 week camps 1-5 week options from July 8 to August 9, 2013

Extended day option: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM


Major CAMPs

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Program Overview Choose a major and begin a journey! Major Camps are designed to connect campers, ages 8-14, with their interests and dreams. Campers immerse themselves into their favorite major and explore the most exciting of uncharted territories – the fascinating world around them. Program offerings include business, design, performing arts, science and technology camps.

Science Camps

Animal Advocacy

Forensic Science

Super Cool Science

Space & Rocketry

July 22-August 2

July 8-July 19

July 29-August 2

July 8-July 12

Technology Camps

Digital Photography & Graphic Design

Filmmaking July 15-July 19

July 22-July 26

Business Camp

Design Camps

Fashion Design & Merchandising

Invention by Design

July 8-July 19

July 22-July 26

Performing Arts Camp

Sports Business & Entrepreneurship

Musical Theater

July 29 – August 9

August 5 – August 9

What’s Being Said... “I was very impressed with the extensive program... In short, it was an outstanding opportunity for my child to be exposed to this type of career path.” mrs. porter

For details, sample daily schedules and more, visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill


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Science Camps Animal Advocacy Camp July 22 – August 2 (2 week session) Save the polar bears! Learn what you can do to help safeguard the existence of polar bears and reduce the harmful effects of global warming and climate change on their arctic habitat. Develop a community action plan with your advocacy team that will create an awareness of our connection to the tundra and its magnificent animal inhabitants. Highlights include live animals in the camp classroom, an overnight adventure at the Philadelphia Zoo, a behindthe-scenes tour of the new Hamilton Family Children’s Zoo and more.

Forensic Science Camp July 8 – July 19 (2 week session) Learn from expert CSI investigators, while practicing forensic science techniques, including fingerprinting, forensic photography, casting, spatter analysis and more. Unravel clues at a simulated mock crime scene using professional tools, photographs, sketches and physical evidence. Highlights include a tour of Philadelphia’s Forensic Science Building and meeting with forensic scientists and crime scene investigators.

Super Cool Science Camp July 29 – August 2 (1 week session) Unleash your curiosity and dive into the world of SUPER COOL science as you experience unique, hands-on science experiments that are as fun as they are educational! Expand your knowledge and discover answers to some tantalizing questions by exploring the wonders of physical, life and earth sciences. From chemical reactions, potions, polymers and slime to solar powered devices, circuits & electronics, dissections and more, we promise to deliver a unique experience for all science enthusiasts!

Space & Rocketry Camp July 8 – July 12 (1 week session) Learn about historic moments in US space history, famous astronauts, important missions and more. Continue your “out of this world” adventure as you explore the laws of motion and the physics of rocket flight including propulsion, lift, drag, velocity and aerodynamics! After constructing your very own solid-fuel propelled rocket, prepare for and countdown to lift-off – the perfect camp for future astronauts or rocket scientists.

Business Camp Sports Business & Entrepreneurship Camp July 29 – August 9 (2 week session) Discover the worlds of sports marketing, management and communications. Explore how professional and collegiate teams interact with fans, businesses and advertisers. Highlights include participating in a mock-sports broadcast, learning how to write a sports-related press release, creating media kits and enjoying field trips to PPL Park (Philadelphia Union) and Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies). Questions? Call 610.581.7100 or visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill


Major CAMPs

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Technology Camps Digital Photography & Graphic Design Camp July 22 – July 26 (1 week session) Explore photography and digital camera functionality as you capture photographs and digitally enhance them using Adobe Photoshop. Learn graphic design skills and use Adobe Illustrator to create brochures, magazines, and more. Showcase your creations at the culminating Photo & Design Exhibition.

Filmmaking Camp July 15 – July 19 (1 week session) Learn digital filmmaking and create a movie, sitcom, or commercial that becomes a big-screen event! Experience acting, directing, producing, and camera work. Utilize professional editing tools, including iMovie and Final Cut Pro, to complete your masterpiece, then showcase it at our Film Festival.

Performing Arts Camp Musical Theater Camp August 5 – August 9 (1 week session) Explore the world of acting! Discover the many facets of being on a theatrical team while exploring all aspects of dramatic and musical theater.

Design Camps Fashion Design & Merchandising Camp July 8 – July 19 (2 week session) Create your own fashion line as you explore color theory, drawing techniques, pattern creation and textile design. Build your own brand, create a marketing strategy and formulate your business plan for your collection’s grand reveal! Highlights include developing your fashion portfolio, an at-camp photo-shoot and a culminating fashion show extravaganza!

Invention by Design Camp July 22 – July 26 (1 week session) Dive into the world of design thinking as you learn about famous inventors, life-changing inventions, Rube Goldberg devices and more! Experience the design process, collaborate with your team and transform your ideas into super-cool inventions! Apply your ingenuity and innovative thinking to ultimately create, construct and refine prototypes of the world’s next great invention!


extend your day

Let the fun continue! Choose from an assortment of specialty after-camp clinics and workshops, or utilize Club O.T., our optional extended day program. We also offer an assortment of enrichment opportunities including private swim instruction, academic tutoring and sports instruction.


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After-Camp Clinics & Workshops Clinics

Ages

Dates

Workshops

Ages Dates

Breakdancing Archery Soccer Tee Ball Fun-damentals Baseball Fencing Basketball Dance & Cheerleading Rock Wall Fitness Fun-damentals Lacrosse Soccer Fun-damentals

8-15 7-15 6-15 4&5 6-15 7-15 6-15 6-15 8-15 4&5 7-15 4&5

June 17-20 June 24-27, Aug 5-8 June 24-27 June 24-27 July 8-11 July 8-11, July 29-Aug 1 July 15-18 July 15-18, Aug 5-8 July 15-18 July 22-25 July 22-25 Aug 5-8

Painting Acting & Improvisation Clay & Ceramics Jewelry & Accessories Duct Tape Design Etiquitte, Manners & More Ooey Gooey Science Tie Dye

8-15 8-15 6-15 8-15 8-15 6-9 6-8 6-15

Clinics and Workshops take place Monday through Thursday after camp until 4:45pm (ages 4&5) or 5:45pm (ages 6-15) and are offered in addition to our extended day and enrichment options. You may sign up for multiple programs; however, please choose only one program per week. Programs vary by age, and enrollment is limited.

Club O.T. Extended Day Program

Enrichment

Use Club O.T. on a regular basis, or “visit” on a drop-in basis, as early as 7:30am, to as late as 6:00pm. “Club members” are divided into groups by age and enjoy sports, games, camp crafts, chess, book club, drama and theater and much more. Afternoon snacks and refreshments are provided. Our Club O.T. program is flexible; no pre-payment or pre-registration required. Billing is done twice a month via mail.

Swim Instruction

Morning Club O.T. Times & Rates Drop off between 7:30 AM and 8:00 AM: $5.50 per day Drop off between 8:00 AM and 8:50 AM: $4.00 per day Afternoon Club O.T. Times & Rates Pick up between 3:15 PM and 4:30 PM: $6.00 per day Pick up between 4:30 PM and 6:00 PM: $12.00 per day

Academic Tutoring

For details, sample daily schedules and more, visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

June 24-27 July 8-11 July 8-11 July 15-18 July 22-25 July 22-25 July 29-Aug 1 July 29-Aug 1

Private swim instruction is available under the guidance and supervision of our Red Cross and Certified Instructors and Lifeguards. Our Aquatic staff designs a program specifically for your child that is compatible with his/her individual needs and ability level. (Private lessons only)

Tutoring is available in many academic areas including: reading, math, science, music, language and more.

Enrichment Details & Pricing All lessons are held at camp after 3:30 PM. Private Lessons Half-hour lesson: $25.00 One-hour lesson: $50.00

Sports Instruction

Semi-private Lessons* Half-hour lesson: $18.00 per child One-hour lesson: $36.00 per child

Private sports instruction in soccer, street hockey, basketball, baseball, lacrosse and more, with an ESF Coach.

*Please note: Semi-private lessons are only offered for tutoring and sports instruction.


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Other ESF Camp Programs

ESF’s Commitment to Social Action

The Phillies Baseball Academy

ESF Dream Camp Foundation

Boys & Girls, Ages 6-14 / June 10 - August 16, 2013 (weekly sessions)

Founded in 1998, the ESF Dream Camp Foundation provides yearlong after-school mentoring and summer camp programs, free-of-charge to “at-risk” children from underserved areas of Hartford, CT and Philadelphia, PA. Since its inception, Dream Camp has provided over 5,500 scholarships to children. Dream Camp is made possible through the support of kind-hearted individuals, corporations and foundations. For more information, or to give to the ESF Dream Camp Foundation, please call 610.581.7100 or visit esfdreamcamp.org.

The official camp of the Philadelphia Phillies, we operate at 17 great locations in PA, NJ and DE. For all ability levels, we offer top-notch instruction; demonstrations on technique; team and individual tactics; an official Phillies uniform; and a tour of Citizens Bank Park. Clinics by Phillies players and coaches help reinforce skills. Call us today for information and a brochure at 610.520.3400 or visit philliescamps.com.

The Phillies Phantasy Camp Men & Women, Ages 30+ / January 22-26, 2014 (dates subject to change) Turn your baseball dreams into reality at this “Major League” experience in Clearwater Florida at The Phillies Phantasy Camp, official camp of the Philadelphia Phillies. Join a line-up of Phillies Legends for four days of baseball games, with a culminating game against the Legends at Bright House Field. Call us today for information and a brochure at 610.520.3400 or visit philliescamps.com.

Philadelphia Union Soccer Schools Boys and Girls, Ages 6-14 / June 17 – August 23, 2013 (weekly sessions) ESF and the Philadelphia Union have joined forces to offer Philadelphia Union Soccer Schools! Union Soccer Schools, offered at 13 great locations, is a unique, action-packed camp. Highlights include top-notch soccer instruction, demonstrations from the area’s finest coaches and pro players from the Union, a visit to PPL Park, and more. Campers will take the field in their very own official Union Soccer Schools uniform and learn from soccer’s best! Call us today at 610.581.7600 for more information and a brochure or visit unionsoccerschools.com.

ESF Tennis Camp Boys & Girls, Ages 6-15 / June 10 - August 16, 2013 (weekly sessions) ESF Tennis Camp, for players of all levels, is now at two great locations: Rosemont College in Rosemont, PA and The Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square, PA. We offer 1-10 week sessions with full and half day options. Call us today at 610.581.7100 for more information and a brochure.

Questions? Call 610.581.7100 or visit esfcamps.com

ESF’s Leadership Development Program The Young Leaders Program The Young Leaders Program (YLP) is an exclusive “counselor apprenticeship” initiative for 16 and 17 year-old alumni campers and was launched in 2006 at Dream Camp Philadelphia. It was so successful that we expanded YLP to all our ESF locations. Site Directors nominate former campers who demonstrate strong leadership skills and a commitment to community. Candidates then undergo an intensive interview process to qualify. Under the guidance and supervision of ESF leaders, YLP  participants undergo extraordinary personal and professional growth.


refer a friend

& save!

Refer friends to ESF and save on camp tuition! Our Group Discount allows you and any friends you refer to receive a 5% discount off camp tuition. It’s easy! Tell friends about camp, send 3 or more applications in the same envelope or enroll online the same day, and receive a 5% savings on each camper’s tuition. Please note: This offer cannot be combined with our Family Discount.


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How to Enroll Application Process Complete both sides of the attached application, sign the back of the form, and return it with a $300 deposit per camper. Once we receive your application, and it has been reviewed, a confirmation/invoice will be mailed to verify your child(ren)’s reservation. The balance of the tuition is due by April 1, 2013. Full payment of the tuition is required for all applications sent after April 1, 2013. Online enrollment is available at esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill.

Grouping Requests If you would like your child grouped with a specific friend, please write the friend’s name and home phone number on the application. Campers MUST be entering the same grade next fall.

Health History Record After your child is enrolled, we’ll send you an ESF Camper Health History Record. This form must be filled out and signed by you, the camper’s parent/guardian, as well as a licensed health care provider. For the health and safety of all campers, no child will be allowed to attend camp without a completed health form on file.

General Information Transportation

Optional Lunch Program

Camp Tours

If you are interested in organizing your own car pool, please check the appropriate box on the application. In May, camp parents who are interested in car pooling will receive a list of names and telephone numbers of people in their town who are also interested in car pooling.

Campers may bring their lunch and drink to camp, which we refrigerate, or they can participate in our lunch program for an additional cost of $35.00 per week. To sign up for the lunch program, please check the appropriate box on the application.

If you and your child would like to meet with us or have a tour of our camp facilities, please call us anytime at 610.581.7100.

Camp Orientation

Refreshments & Snack

All important camp-related materials will be distributed at Camp Orientation which takes place in late May or early June depending on the age of your child. Information on the date and times will be mailed to you in May. Your attendance at Camp Orientation is extremely important, as it will help make your child’s transition into camp as smooth and enjoyable as possible.

Campers are provided with a snack and juice each day. In addition, multiple water coolers with cups as well as water fountains are easily accessible to all campers throughout the day.

Questions? Call 610.581.7100 or visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

Camp T-Shirt All campers will receive an “Official Camp T-shirt.” Please circle your child’s shirt size on the attached application.

Cancellations & Changes If you need to cancel your child’s enrollment, you must notify us in writing by April 1, 2013 in order to receive a refund. Cancellations on or prior to this date are subject to a $50 processing fee per child. No refunds will be given out after April 1, 2013 regardless of your registration date. There are no allowances given for late arrival, early dismissal, vacations, illness, or injury. Changes in the enrolled weeks are based upon availability and must also be made on or before the April 1, 2013 deadline.


Initial

Camper’s Last Name

(YOUTH)

Small (size 6-8)

Medium (size 10-12)

Large (size 14-16)

Extra Large (size 18-20)

in. OR

(ADULT)

lbs. Small

Medium

 Medication

 Medical Condition

 Life-Threatening Allergy

 Allergy

 Asthma

 Special Needs

 Cardiac Condition

 Other

 Parent/Guardian #1

 Parent/Guardian #2

-

-

 Yes

 No

side one

esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

Name: ______________________________________________________________________ Street Address: ________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: _________________________________________________________________ Home Phone: _________________________________________________________________

please complete both sides of application

Do you have any friends to whom you would like us to mail a brochure? Name: __________________________________________________________________ Street Address: _ ___________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: _____________________________________________________________ Home Phone: _____________________________________________________________

referrals

Who is the emergency contact person in the event that both parents are unavailable? Who is permitted to pick up your child(ren) other than your parents? Name: __________________________________________________________________ Name: ______________________________________________________________________ ( ) ( ) Relationship: ________________________ Home Phone: __________________________ Relationship:_ __________________________ Home Phone: ___________________________ ( ) ( ) ) ( ) Work Phone: __( ______________________ Cell Phone: _ __________________________ Work Phone:_ __________________________ Cell Phone: _ ___________________________

Please provide us with a “Camper Security Password” which will be required by ESF when you are requesting pertinent camper information or making changes to your child(ren)’s schedule. Password: ________________________________________________________________ Password Reminder: _ ___________________________________________________________

emergency and security information

I give permission for my home phone number(s) to be accessible to other camp families via the camp office and a secure, on-line portal during the camp season:

Who should receive correspondence at the above address?

Home Phone #2 -

Zip Code

City

State

Home Phone #1 -

Parent/Guardian #2 E-mail Address

Parent/Guardian #2 Last Name Parent/Guardian #2 Cellular Phone -

Initial

Parent/Guardian #1 E-mail Address

Parent/Guardian #1 Last Name

Street Address

Ext.

Initial

Parent/Guardian #1 Cellular Phone -

Parent/Guardian #2 First Name

Parent/Guardian #2 Work Phone -

Mrs. Mr. Dr. Ms.    

Ext.

Parent/Guardian #1 First Name

Parent/Guardian #1 Work Phone -

Mrs. Mr. Dr. Ms.    

parent information

Please list any children in your family NOT attending camp this summer that you may consider for our camp in the future. Name: __________________________________________________________________ Name: ______________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: _ ____________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: _________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Are there any special areas (i.e. activities, new friendships, interests, etc.) that you wish to have emphasized, nurtured or developed at camp this summer? ______________________________________

Briefly describe your child’s personality (i.e. shy, outgoing, etc.): ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Please Comment: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Please check all that apply:

Extra Large

Sex(M/F)

Large

Please note any special information that we should be aware of including special needs (i.e. medical issues, allergies and/or social/physical conditions that require special attention).

health information

Circle T-shirt Size:

ft.

Camper’s first year at ESF

Birth Date -

Grade Next Fall School (please print full name of school) Height Weight

Camper’s First Name

Please complete both sides of this application, sign the back of the form and return it with a $300 deposit per camper. Due to the camps’ unique format, enrollment is limited. You are encouraged to sign up early. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, and enrollment is determined by postmark date. If all of your requested weeks are available, you will receive a confirmation notice in the mail. If any of your requested weeks are filled, we will contact you and you will have the option to be placed on our waiting list. Please note: Full payment of the tuition is required for all applications sent after April 1, 2013.

summer 2013 Camp enrollment application


Major Camps will be held nearby at The Haverford School in Haverford, PA. We will be providing roundtrip transportation between Norwood and Haverford AT NO EXTRA COST. Campers should arrive at Norwood by 7:45 AM and will return by 4:00 PM.

If combining enrollment with other ESF Camps for 6+ weeks, Major Camp weekly rates range from $496.67 to $575.00.

Sessions Tuition Rates 1-5 Weeks $620/week

*no camp on thursday, july 4, 2013

Technology Camps  Photography & Design - July 22 - July 26  Filmmaking - July 15 - July 19

Science Camps  Animal Advocacy - July 22 - August 2 (2 weeks)  Forensic Science - July 8 - July 19 (2 weeks)  Super Cool Science - July 29 - August 2  Space & Rocketry - July 8 - July 12

Performing Arts Camp  Musical Theater - August 5 - August 9

Design Camps  Fashion Design - July 8 - July 19 (2 weeks)  Invention by Design - July 22 - July 26

Business Camp  Sports Business - July 29 - August 9 (2 weeks)

For Boys & Girls, Ages 8-14

Major Camps

summer 2013 Camp enrollment application Senior Camp June 17 - June 21 June 24 - June 28 July 1 - July 5* July 8 - July 12 July 15 - July 19 July 22 - July 26 July 29 - August 2 August 5 - August 9 August 12 - August 16 Tuition Rates $1,115.00 $1,672.50 $2,230.00 $2,785.00 $2,940.00 $3,175.00 $3,375.00 $3,575.00

Make checks payable to:

ESF Summer Camps Send this form to:

ESF Summer Camps Winter Headquarters 750 E. Haverford Road Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 If you have questions, call:

610-581-7100

Campers are grouped according to age and grade level. If you would like your child grouped with a specific friend, please write his/her name and home phone number on this application. Campers MUST be entering the same grade next fall.

Grouping Requests

If you need to cancel your child’s enrollment in camp, you must notify us in writing by April 1, 2013 in order to receive a refund. Cancellations on or prior to this date are subject to a $50 processing fee per child. No refunds will be given out after April 1, 2013 regardless of your registration date. Changes in enrolled weeks are based on availability and must also be made on or before the April 1, 2013 deadline.

Cancellations & Changes

Campers may bring their own lunch & beverage to camp (which we refrigerate), or they may participate in our optional lunch program for an additional $35.00 per week by checking the appropriate box above.

Optional Lunch Program

 From a Friend (Name & Phone): ______________________________  Saw a sign  Newspaper Article  Ad/Internet: _________________________  Flyer from School  Other: _____________________________

If first year at ESF, how did you hear about our camp?

Please note: Campers must be entering the same grade next fall.

Friends Home Phone Number: ___________________________________

Friend’s Name: ______________________________________________

Please try to group my child with:

 Carpool information  Admissions information for Norwood-Fontbonne Academy

I am interested in:

 The Optional Lunch Program ($35.00 per week)  The Instructional Swim Program (Senior and Sports Camp only - no cost) Please note: Day Camp instructional swim is included.

Please enroll my child in:

Sessions 2 Weeks 3 Weeks 4 Weeks 5 Weeks 6 Weeks 7 Weeks 8 Weeks 9 Weeks

 Week 1:  Week 2:  Week 3:  Week 4:  Week 5:  Week 6:  Week 7:  Week 8:  Week 9:

For Boys & Girls, Ages 9-15

Duct Tape Design Etiquitte, Manners & More Fitness Fun-damentals Lacrosse

July 22 - 25     $135 $140 $140

July 29 - Aug 1  Fencing  Ooey Gooey Science  Tie Dye $135 $135 $ 80

Please refer to this brochure for After Camp Program ages and times.

August 5 - 8  Archery  Dance & Cheerleading  Soccer Fun-damentals

$140 $140 $ 80 $135

Tuition Rates $985.00 $1,475.00 $1,965.00 $2,445.00 $2,595.00 $2,850.00 $3,055.00 $3,250.00

June 17 - June 21 June 24 - June 28 July 1 - July 5* July 8 - July 12 July 15 - July 19 July 22 - July 26 July 29 - August 2 August 5 - August 9 August 12 - August 16

Sports Camp

Sessions 2 Weeks 3 Weeks 4 Weeks 5 Weeks 6 Weeks 7 Weeks 8 Weeks 9 Weeks

 Week 1:  Week 2:  Week 3:  Week 4:  Week 5:  Week 6:  Week 7:  Week 8:  Week 9:

For Boys & Girls, Ages 6-14

please check the camp(s) and weeks attending:

Day Camp

Tuition Rates $985.00 $1,475.00 $1,965.00 $2,445.00 $2,595.00 $2,850.00 $3,055.00 $3,250.00

June 17 - June 21 June 24 - June 28 July 1 - July 5* July 8 - July 12 July 15 - July 19 July 22 - July 26 July 29 - August 2 August 5 - August 9 August 12 - August 16

For Boys & Girls, Ages 4-8  Week 1:  Week 2:  Week 3:  Week 4:  Week 5:  Week 6:  Week 7:  Week 8:  Week 9: Sessions 2 Weeks 3 Weeks 4 Weeks 5 Weeks 6 Weeks 7 Weeks 8 Weeks 9 Weeks

After Camp Clinics & Workshops For Boys & Girls, Ages 4-15

$140 $135 $140 $135

$135 $140 $135 $ 80

$135

You may sign up for multiple weeks; however, please choose only one program per week. Programs run Monday through Thursday.

June 17 - 20  Breakdancing Archery Painting Soccer Tee Ball Fun-damentals

June 24 - 27     Acting & Improvisation Baseball Clay & Ceramics Fencing $135 $135 $140 $135

July 8 - 11     Basketball Dance & Cheerleading Jewelry & Accessories Rock Wall

July 15 - 18    

How to Enroll Please complete both sides of this application, sign the form, and mail it with full payment or a $300 deposit per camper to the mailing address above. Space is limited. Applications will be accepted at any time, on a first-come, first-served basis and enrollment is determined by postmark date. Please Note: Full payment of the tuition is required for all applications sent after April 1, 2013.

Family & Group Discounts

A 5% Family Discount is given to all families enrolling 2 or more children. This discount applies to each child after the first in your immediate family. The first child, enrolled at the full tuition rate, is the camper with the higher tuition. Refer Friends to ESF and save on camp tuition! Our Group Discount allows you and friends you refer to receive a 5% discount off camp tuition. It’s easy! All you need to do is tell friends about camp and send 3 or more applications to us in the same envelope! For families enrolling online, call our office and we will assist you. Please note: Only one discount applies per camper (i.e. family or group).

Online Enrollment is available at esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill. please read and sign below:

On behalf of my child, I accept any and all risks associated with his/her attendance and participation in the camp and its activities. I understand that my child should not attend the camp if he/she is not healthy. I understand that my child must abide by camp policies and the instructions of the camp staff. I agree that should my child be dismissed from camp for any reason, no part of my tuition will be refunded. I understand that no reduction in the tuition will be made for late arrival, early departure, vacations, illness or injury. In the event that I cannot be contacted in an emergency, I hereby grant ESF, Inc. (ESF) permission to give immediate treatment and/or take my child to a hospital emergency room. Permission is hereby granted for photographs and/or videos to be taken of my child at camp and ESF has the right to utilize these in our brochures, videos, slide shows, web site, and other camp materials. Permission is also granted for my child (if enrolled in Sports, Senior, and/or Major Camps) to attend all scheduled field trips. Knowing these facts and in consideration for your accepting my child’s application, I, for myself, my child attending the camp, and anyone else who might claim on my or my child’s behalf (“I”), hereby agree that neither ESF nor Norwood-Fontbonne Academy are responsible for any and all accidents, injuries, and/or medical or dental expenses arising from my child’s participation in the camp and, accordingly, I covenant not to sue, and waive, release and discharge ESF and Norwood-Fontbonne Academy, and anyone working on their behalf from any and all claims of liability or expenses of any kind or nature whatsoever arising out of or relating to my child’s participation in the camp. I have carefully read all of the information in this application form and agree to all conditions.

esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

please complete both sides of application

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian __________________________________________ Signature _________________________________________________________ Date ______________

side TWO


Initial

Camper’s Last Name

(YOUTH)

Small (size 6-8)

Medium (size 10-12)

Large (size 14-16)

Extra Large (size 18-20)

in. OR

(ADULT)

lbs. Small

Medium

 Medication

 Medical Condition

 Life-Threatening Allergy

 Allergy

 Asthma

 Special Needs

 Cardiac Condition

 Other

 Parent/Guardian #1

 Parent/Guardian #2

-

-

 Yes

 No

side one

esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

Name: ______________________________________________________________________ Street Address: ________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: _________________________________________________________________ Home Phone: _________________________________________________________________

please complete both sides of application

Do you have any friends to whom you would like us to mail a brochure? Name: __________________________________________________________________ Street Address: _ ___________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: _____________________________________________________________ Home Phone: _____________________________________________________________

referrals

Who is the emergency contact person in the event that both parents are unavailable? Who is permitted to pick up your child(ren) other than your parents? Name: __________________________________________________________________ Name: ______________________________________________________________________ ( ) ( ) Relationship: ________________________ Home Phone: __________________________ Relationship:_ __________________________ Home Phone: ___________________________ ( ) ( ) ) ( ) Work Phone: __( ______________________ Cell Phone: _ __________________________ Work Phone:_ __________________________ Cell Phone: _ ___________________________

Please provide us with a “Camper Security Password” which will be required by ESF when you are requesting pertinent camper information or making changes to your child(ren)’s schedule. Password: ________________________________________________________________ Password Reminder: _ ___________________________________________________________

emergency and security information

I give permission for my home phone number(s) to be accessible to other camp families via the camp office and a secure, on-line portal during the camp season:

Who should receive correspondence at the above address?

Home Phone #2 -

Zip Code

City

State

Home Phone #1 -

Parent/Guardian #2 E-mail Address

Parent/Guardian #2 Last Name Parent/Guardian #2 Cellular Phone -

Initial

Parent/Guardian #1 E-mail Address

Parent/Guardian #1 Last Name

Street Address

Ext.

Initial

Parent/Guardian #1 Cellular Phone -

Parent/Guardian #2 First Name

Parent/Guardian #2 Work Phone -

Mrs. Mr. Dr. Ms.    

Ext.

Parent/Guardian #1 First Name

Parent/Guardian #1 Work Phone -

Mrs. Mr. Dr. Ms.    

parent information

Please list any children in your family NOT attending camp this summer that you may consider for our camp in the future. Name: __________________________________________________________________ Name: ______________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: _ ____________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: _________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Are there any special areas (i.e. activities, new friendships, interests, etc.) that you wish to have emphasized, nurtured or developed at camp this summer? ______________________________________

Briefly describe your child’s personality (i.e. shy, outgoing, etc.): ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Please Comment: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Please check all that apply:

Extra Large

Sex(M/F)

Large

Please note any special information that we should be aware of including special needs (i.e. medical issues, allergies and/or social/physical conditions that require special attention).

health information

Circle T-shirt Size:

ft.

Camper’s first year at ESF

Birth Date -

Grade Next Fall School (please print full name of school) Height Weight

Camper’s First Name

Please complete both sides of this application, sign the back of the form and return it with a $300 deposit per camper. Due to the camps’ unique format, enrollment is limited. You are encouraged to sign up early. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, and enrollment is determined by postmark date. If all of your requested weeks are available, you will receive a confirmation notice in the mail. If any of your requested weeks are filled, we will contact you and you will have the option to be placed on our waiting list. Please note: Full payment of the tuition is required for all applications sent after April 1, 2013.

summer 2013 Camp enrollment application


Major Camps will be held nearby at The Haverford School in Haverford, PA. We will be providing roundtrip transportation between Norwood and Haverford AT NO EXTRA COST. Campers should arrive at Norwood by 7:45 AM and will return by 4:00 PM.

If combining enrollment with other ESF Camps for 6+ weeks, Major Camp weekly rates range from $496.67 to $575.00.

Sessions Tuition Rates 1-5 Weeks $620/week

*no camp on thursday, july 4, 2013

Technology Camps  Photography & Design - July 22 - July 26  Filmmaking - July 15 - July 19

Science Camps  Animal Advocacy - July 22 - August 2 (2 weeks)  Forensic Science - July 8 - July 19 (2 weeks)  Super Cool Science - July 29 - August 2  Space & Rocketry - July 8 - July 12

Performing Arts Camp  Musical Theater - August 5 - August 9

Design Camps  Fashion Design - July 8 - July 19 (2 weeks)  Invention by Design - July 22 - July 26

Business Camp  Sports Business - July 29 - August 9 (2 weeks)

For Boys & Girls, Ages 8-14

Major Camps

summer 2013 Camp enrollment application Senior Camp June 17 - June 21 June 24 - June 28 July 1 - July 5* July 8 - July 12 July 15 - July 19 July 22 - July 26 July 29 - August 2 August 5 - August 9 August 12 - August 16 Tuition Rates $1,115.00 $1,672.50 $2,230.00 $2,785.00 $2,940.00 $3,175.00 $3,375.00 $3,575.00

Make checks payable to:

ESF Summer Camps Send this form to:

ESF Summer Camps Winter Headquarters 750 E. Haverford Road Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 If you have questions, call:

610-581-7100

Campers are grouped according to age and grade level. If you would like your child grouped with a specific friend, please write his/her name and home phone number on this application. Campers MUST be entering the same grade next fall.

Grouping Requests

If you need to cancel your child’s enrollment in camp, you must notify us in writing by April 1, 2013 in order to receive a refund. Cancellations on or prior to this date are subject to a $50 processing fee per child. No refunds will be given out after April 1, 2013 regardless of your registration date. Changes in enrolled weeks are based on availability and must also be made on or before the April 1, 2013 deadline.

Cancellations & Changes

Campers may bring their own lunch & beverage to camp (which we refrigerate), or they may participate in our optional lunch program for an additional $35.00 per week by checking the appropriate box above.

Optional Lunch Program

 From a Friend (Name & Phone): ______________________________  Saw a sign  Newspaper Article  Ad/Internet: _________________________  Flyer from School  Other: _____________________________

If first year at ESF, how did you hear about our camp?

Please note: Campers must be entering the same grade next fall.

Friends Home Phone Number: ___________________________________

Friend’s Name: ______________________________________________

Please try to group my child with:

 Carpool information  Admissions information for Norwood-Fontbonne Academy

I am interested in:

 The Optional Lunch Program ($35.00 per week)  The Instructional Swim Program (Senior and Sports Camp only - no cost) Please note: Day Camp instructional swim is included.

Please enroll my child in:

Sessions 2 Weeks 3 Weeks 4 Weeks 5 Weeks 6 Weeks 7 Weeks 8 Weeks 9 Weeks

 Week 1:  Week 2:  Week 3:  Week 4:  Week 5:  Week 6:  Week 7:  Week 8:  Week 9:

For Boys & Girls, Ages 9-15

Duct Tape Design Etiquitte, Manners & More Fitness Fun-damentals Lacrosse

July 22 - 25     $135 $140 $140

July 29 - Aug 1  Fencing  Ooey Gooey Science  Tie Dye $135 $135 $ 80

Please refer to this brochure for After Camp Program ages and times.

August 5 - 8  Archery  Dance & Cheerleading  Soccer Fun-damentals

$140 $140 $ 80 $135

Tuition Rates $985.00 $1,475.00 $1,965.00 $2,445.00 $2,595.00 $2,850.00 $3,055.00 $3,250.00

June 17 - June 21 June 24 - June 28 July 1 - July 5* July 8 - July 12 July 15 - July 19 July 22 - July 26 July 29 - August 2 August 5 - August 9 August 12 - August 16

Sports Camp

Sessions 2 Weeks 3 Weeks 4 Weeks 5 Weeks 6 Weeks 7 Weeks 8 Weeks 9 Weeks

 Week 1:  Week 2:  Week 3:  Week 4:  Week 5:  Week 6:  Week 7:  Week 8:  Week 9:

For Boys & Girls, Ages 6-14

please check the camp(s) and weeks attending:

Day Camp

Tuition Rates $985.00 $1,475.00 $1,965.00 $2,445.00 $2,595.00 $2,850.00 $3,055.00 $3,250.00

June 17 - June 21 June 24 - June 28 July 1 - July 5* July 8 - July 12 July 15 - July 19 July 22 - July 26 July 29 - August 2 August 5 - August 9 August 12 - August 16

For Boys & Girls, Ages 4-8  Week 1:  Week 2:  Week 3:  Week 4:  Week 5:  Week 6:  Week 7:  Week 8:  Week 9: Sessions 2 Weeks 3 Weeks 4 Weeks 5 Weeks 6 Weeks 7 Weeks 8 Weeks 9 Weeks

After Camp Clinics & Workshops For Boys & Girls, Ages 4-15

$140 $135 $140 $135

$135 $140 $135 $ 80

$135

You may sign up for multiple weeks; however, please choose only one program per week. Programs run Monday through Thursday.

June 17 - 20  Breakdancing Archery Painting Soccer Tee Ball Fun-damentals

June 24 - 27     Acting & Improvisation Baseball Clay & Ceramics Fencing $135 $135 $140 $135

July 8 - 11     Basketball Dance & Cheerleading Jewelry & Accessories Rock Wall

July 15 - 18    

How to Enroll Please complete both sides of this application, sign the form, and mail it with full payment or a $300 deposit per camper to the mailing address above. Space is limited. Applications will be accepted at any time, on a first-come, first-served basis and enrollment is determined by postmark date. Please Note: Full payment of the tuition is required for all applications sent after April 1, 2013.

Family & Group Discounts

A 5% Family Discount is given to all families enrolling 2 or more children. This discount applies to each child after the first in your immediate family. The first child, enrolled at the full tuition rate, is the camper with the higher tuition. Refer Friends to ESF and save on camp tuition! Our Group Discount allows you and friends you refer to receive a 5% discount off camp tuition. It’s easy! All you need to do is tell friends about camp and send 3 or more applications to us in the same envelope! For families enrolling online, call our office and we will assist you. Please note: Only one discount applies per camper (i.e. family or group).

Online Enrollment is available at esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill. please read and sign below:

On behalf of my child, I accept any and all risks associated with his/her attendance and participation in the camp and its activities. I understand that my child should not attend the camp if he/she is not healthy. I understand that my child must abide by camp policies and the instructions of the camp staff. I agree that should my child be dismissed from camp for any reason, no part of my tuition will be refunded. I understand that no reduction in the tuition will be made for late arrival, early departure, vacations, illness or injury. In the event that I cannot be contacted in an emergency, I hereby grant ESF, Inc. (ESF) permission to give immediate treatment and/or take my child to a hospital emergency room. Permission is hereby granted for photographs and/or videos to be taken of my child at camp and ESF has the right to utilize these in our brochures, videos, slide shows, web site, and other camp materials. Permission is also granted for my child (if enrolled in Sports, Senior, and/or Major Camps) to attend all scheduled field trips. Knowing these facts and in consideration for your accepting my child’s application, I, for myself, my child attending the camp, and anyone else who might claim on my or my child’s behalf (“I”), hereby agree that neither ESF nor Norwood-Fontbonne Academy are responsible for any and all accidents, injuries, and/or medical or dental expenses arising from my child’s participation in the camp and, accordingly, I covenant not to sue, and waive, release and discharge ESF and Norwood-Fontbonne Academy, and anyone working on their behalf from any and all claims of liability or expenses of any kind or nature whatsoever arising out of or relating to my child’s participation in the camp. I have carefully read all of the information in this application form and agree to all conditions.

esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill

please complete both sides of application

Printed Name of Parent/Guardian __________________________________________ Signature _________________________________________________________ Date ______________

side TWO


Tuition Rates... the more you go, the more you save!

ages 4-8

ages 6-14

ages 9-15

ages 8-14

day camp sports camp

senior camp major CAMPs

Sessions

2 Weeks

3 Weeks

4 Weeks

5 Weeks

6 Weeks

7 Weeks

8 Weeks

9 Weeks

Tuition

$985.00

$1,475.00

$1,965.00

$2,445.00

$2,595.00

$2,850.00

$3,055.00

$3,250.00

Enjoy multi-week savings! Weekly rates range from $361.11 to $492.50.

Sessions

2 Weeks

3 Weeks

4 Weeks

5 Weeks

6 Weeks

7 Weeks

8 Weeks

9 Weeks

Tuition

$985.00

$1,475.00

$1,965.00

$2,445.00

$2,595.00

$2,850.00

$3,055.00

$3,250.00

Enjoy multi-week savings! Weekly rates range from $361.11 to $492.50.

Sessions

2 Weeks

3 Weeks

4 Weeks

5 Weeks

6 Weeks

7 Weeks

8 Weeks

9 Weeks

Tuition

$1,115.00

$1672.50

$2,230.00

$2,785.00

$2,940.00

$3,175.00

$3,375.00

$3,575.00

Enjoy multi-week savings! Weekly rates range from $397.22 to $557.50.

Sessions

1 Week

2 Weeks

3Weeks

4 Weeks

5 Weeks

Tuition

$620.00

$1,240.00

$1,860.00

$2,480.00

$3,100.00

Mix Major Camps with other ESF programs and enjoy multi-week savings! If combining enrollment with other ESF Camps for 6+ weeks, Major Camps’ weekly rates range from $496.67 to $575.00.

Family Discount

Group Savings

Flexibility & Multi-Week Savings

Save 5% on each child’s tuition after the first enrolled child in your family.

Tell friends about camp, send 3 or more applications in the same envelope or enroll online the same day, and receive a 5% savings on each camper’s tuition.

We offer program mixing and flexible scheduling with 1-9 week options. Your weeks do not need to be consecutive. Enroll for 6 weeks or more for reduced weekly rates.

For details, sample daily schedules and more, visit esfcamps.com/ChestnutHill


plan your ultimate summer at NorwoodFontbonne Academy Call today to speak with a camp advisor

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the esf experience

Creating memories. Building life skills. Empowering futures.

character

intellect

FRIENDSHIP

creativity

athletics

pure fun!

Citizenship Respect & Gratitude Self-confidence & Resilience

Decision Making Problem Solving Joy of Learning

Social Skills Leadership Communication

Self-Expression Imagination Individuality

Teamwork Sportsmanship Skills Development

Joy Happiness Excitement

We teach our campers life skills and values.

We help our campers discover the world around them.

We support our campers in making friends for life.

We unleash our campers’ creativity in everything they do.

We develop our campers’ abilities in sports.

We celebrate each camper’s accomplishments and always have FUN.

ESF at Norwood-Fontbonne Academy • Chestnut Hill, PA


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