The Areaâ€™s Go-To Guide For Private Schools, Summer Camps, Sports, & Enrichment Programs
SUMMER PROGRAMS FAIR AT SOLEBURY SCHOOL
SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 2019 • 1:00-3:00PM FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Spend an afternoon and plan your summer at our Summer Programs Fair, exclusively for middle and high school students!
Covering a variety of interests, the fair includes over 25 local, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2017 national, and international programs with representatives on hand 1:00PM–4:00PM to talk with students and families.
This is a free event, and no RSVP is necessary.
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The Pennington School offers Summer Programs for students ages 10—15.
Sports, Arts, and Academic Enrichment Camps will run from the week of June 24 through the week of August 5. For more details visit www. pennington.org/summerprograms
• Art Portfolio Boot Camp • Boys’ Basketball • Boys’ Soccer • Ceramics • Drama Workshop • Drawing and Painting • Engineering and Problem Solving • Getting Ready for Algebra • Girls’ Basketball • Girls’ Soccer • Magic Chemistry • Musical Theatre • Outdoor Adventure • Photography Camp • Swimming Camp
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Full-day and half-day programs for campers from PreK through high school.
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Spectacular NW NJ setting - Outdoor Pool - Skatepark - Archery - Biking FREE Day Trip Options - Ropes Courses - Music Program - Arts & Crafts Boating- Horseback Riding - Affordable Rates - So Much More!
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SAVE NOW ON SUMMER PROGRAMS! Early Bird pricing ends March 15th!
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●5-week Summer Intensive - Ages 11+ ●Young Dancer Summer Intensive - Ages 8-10 with daily ballet class and additional classes in Modern, Hip Hop, Jazz, and Choreography ●Dancing Stars - Ages 6-8 and Little Dancing Stars - Ages 3-5 morning dance programs •Weekly Primary and Pre-Primary ballet classes for children 3.5 - 7 ●Dance With Me preschool classes ●Evening Ballet Maintenance Classes - Ages 8-11 ●Evening Adult/Teen Ballet Classes - Ages 11+
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OUR 44th SUMMER OF FUN! •Door-to-Door Bus Service Included •Lunch and Snacks Provided •Great Sibling Discounts
•Ages 3 to 15
•Electives •Sports Instruction •Creative Arts •Performing Arts •Boating •Fishing •Horseback •Red Cross Swim Lessons •Archery •Outdoor Skills
OPEN HOUSE Sunday, Feb. 24 & Mar. 10 1pm to 3pm
174 Lambertville Hopewell Rd., Hopewell, NJ 08525 • (609) 466-1212
Hun Summer Programs for all ages! HUN CAMP New! Creativity track, create games and more! Swimming lessons and games every day Combine with morning writing, pre-algebra, SSAT, math and science HUN SUMMER SESSION & ESL PROGRAM Six week credit courses Two, three-week sessions featuring enrichment courses Dedicated Middle School courses: math, reading, writing, art and science!
Open House April 6, 2019
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@ summer.hunschool.org Email email@example.com for discounts and details! 176 Edgerstoune Rd, Princeton NJ 08540
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Princeton University Coaches 18 Sports | 69 Sessions Boys & Girls Overnight & Day Options PrincetonSportsCamps.com firstname.lastname@example.org | 609-258-3369 KIDS & CAMPS
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2019 Arts Council of Princeton Summer Programs.......21 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton (609) 924-8777; www.artscouncilofprinceton.org The Arts Council of Princeton offers a wide range of classes, workshops, and camp programs. Sign up today — be creative and have some fun! The Center School............................................. 15 2 Riverview Drive, Somerset (908) 253-3870; www.thecenterschool.com A private, nonprofit school for students with disabilities, The Center School has been serving the special needs community for over 45 years. We are committed to preparing children grades K-age 21 for a successful future, academically, emotionally, and socially. Farrington’s Music............................................ 20 Montgomery Shopping Center, Route 206, Princeton (609) 924-8282; www.farringtonsmusic.com For more than 50 years, we have been the area’s reliable family-owned and operated supplier of musical instruments and accessories. We have also provided lessons and rentals and for all musical instruments since 1962. Offering summer, spring and winter break music camps. Ages 5 - 14. Full- and half-day camps available. Five Star Swim School........................................ 6 127 Main Street, Princeton (609) 212-2122; www.fivestarswimschool.com/ swim_school/ Five Star Swim School offers a year-round indoor saltwater pool facility and a wide range of swimming classes for beginners to competitive athletes. Our infant classes start as early as age 6 months. Children ages 2.5 to 15 are grouped by age categories and then separated into skill- appropriate levels.
KIDS&CAMPS Hasty Acres..........................................................11 121 Laurel Avenue, Kingston (609) 921-5431; www.hastyacres.com A small, family-operated stable located in the heart of Kingston. Our mission is to teach correct and safe horsemanship to our students. We offer summer and spring riding camps, riding lessons, pony parties, leasing, and boarding. Holdbrook Pediatric Dental............................. 17 601 Ewing Street, Suite B11, Princeton (609) 921-1047 Holdbrook Pediatric Dental is a full-service practice specializing in the care of children from ages 1 to 18. We believe in establishing care early as a means of providing long-term dental health through our patients’ formative years of development and growth. Hun School........................................................... 8 176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton (609) 921-7600; www.summer.hunschool.org At Hun Camp, we share our values of kindness, respect, and cooperation with each Hun camper and inspire them to have fun. From our innovative games, themed weeks, and dining hall lunches, to our culminating talent show, we provide a safe environment for campers to unleash their imagination, build lasting friendships, and make memories to last a lifetime. Hunter Farms..................................................... 21 1315 Great Road, Princeton (609) 924-2932; www.hunterfarms.us Located in Princeton, Hunter Farms offers quality riding lessons for beginner through advanced for all ages. Horse boarding, summer program, and shows.
Freeman Law Offices, LLC.............................. 16 (609) 454-5609; www.freemanlawoffices.com Almost exclusively advocating for individuals with disabilities, Freeman Law Offices, LLC is able to rely on personal and professional expertise to provide a one-stop shop to assist you in navigating this process at every stage of life. We do the work for you so you can spend more time enjoying each other instead of trying to make sense of it all.
Kindercapers Preschool.................................... 18 253 Griggstown Road, Belle Mead (908) 359-0160 For preschool children ages 2 to 6. Each week campers will participate in a wide variety of activities centered around a new theme. Through fun, project-based activities, children will be introduced to new concepts as well as strengthening existing ones. Students will also participate in daily outdoor activities on our playground and enjoy weekly events like Sprinkler and Ice Cream Day.
Good Nick Squash............................................. 18 Lawrenceville (203) 273-4875; www.goodnicksquash.com Good Nick Squash has been running summer squash camps for the past 20 years. Their experienced staff caters to all levels, from the rank beginner developing basic movements, hand eye coordination and common squash vocabulary to the elite tournament player preparing for college.
Lawrenceville Summer Scholars....................... 5 2500 Main Street, Lawrenceville (609) 620-6683; www.summerscholars. lawrenceville.org Our Summer Scholars have the chance to roll up their sleeves and experience new fields of study in project-focused courses. Whether enrolled full- or half-day, all students participate in House competitions and activities.
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Liberty Lake Day Camp................................... 19 1195 Florence Columbus Road, Bordentown (609) 499-7820 www.Fun@libertylakedaycamp.org Liberty Lake Day Camp is a truly transformative experience, teaching life skills to inspire young people to change the world. Campers expand their talents, forge friendships, and enjoy the greatest summer experience imaginable on 60 magnificent shady acres. Open Houses January 27, February 10, March 3 and 24, April 14, and May 4 — or call for a personal appointment. Lucky Dog Camp............................................... 17 24 Elm Ridge Road, Pennington (609) 658-3958; www.luckydogcamp.com Located on Overlooked Farm in Pennington, Lucky Dog Camp offers summertime adventures for children ages 4 to 11. The farm consists of 40 beautiful acres surrounded by protected and preserved open space. Owner Melita Wright has combined her training as an elementary and early childhood teacher with her love of animals and created a place for kids to just play in a safe and seemingly unstructured environment. Movement with Joy........................................... 14 416 Route 518, Blawenburg (609) 844-0151; email@example.com Joy Vrooman Sayen is a board-certified dance movement therapist and nationally-certified counselor. Joy works with children dealing with a wide range of challenges affecting their learning, behavior, social, and emotional well-being. In her private practice the creative and in-the-present aspects of play and movement provide a natural therapeutic modality particularly appropriate for helping children work through their challenges. The Pennington School Summer Programs..... 3 112 West Delaware Avenue, Pennington (609) 737-1838; www.pennington.org Offering Summer Programs for students ages 10-15 (grades 6-9). Sports, Arts, and Academic Enrichment Camps will run from the week of June 25 through the week of August 6. Princeton Dance and Theater Studio, Inc........ 7 116 Rockingham Row, Princeton (609) 514-1600; www.princetondance.com Educational and fun summer dance experiences await students of all ages and levels at Princeton Dance and Theater Studio. PDT’s full- and half-day programs include ballet, modern dance, hip-hop, and tap. One- to five-week programs are geared toward those who want to learn dance in a supportive environment.
THE AREA’S GO-TO GUIDE FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS, SUMMER CAMPS, SPORTS, & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS! Princeton Day School.............................................4 650 Great Road, Princeton (609) 924-6700 www.pds.org/summer-programs An extensive and diverse selection of enrichment programs for campers entering grades Pre-K to 12. Princeton Junior School................................... 10 90 Facker Road, Lawrenceville www. firstname.lastname@example.org Princeton Junior School camps are for children ages 2 through grade 5 and are specifically designed to promote their natural curiosity and creativity through experiences that integrate the arts, literacy, and exploration of the natural world. Princeton University Sports Camps.......................9 71 University Place, Princeton (609) 258-3369; www.princetonsportscamps.com Since the early 1990s, Princeton University has been offering sport-specific camps for young athletes. Today, Princeton University hosts over 70 sports camps and clinics annually. All camps are held on the beautiful and historic campus, located in the heart of Princeton. Rambling Pines Day Camp...................................8 174 Lambertville Hopewell Road, Hopewell (609) 466-1212; www.ramblingpines.com Since our opening in 1976, we have created a fun, exciting, and nurturing environment for children of all ages. Our camp is located on 225 acres of fields and woods in the nearby Sourland Mountains. We have four beautiful heated swimming pools, airconditioned interior spaces, and activities to suit every child’s likes and abilities. Red Raider Day Camp...................................... 10 The Pennington School 112 West Delaware Avenue, Pennington (877) 671-2267; www.kecamps.com/camps/ the-pennington-school Each day of camp will be a new and exciting experience for our campers, as no two days are exactly alike! The bulk of camp will be spent participating in a wide variety of activities throughout the day that may include arts and crafts, group games, fun with foods, STEM challenges, sports and recreation, electives, and so much more. Rock Brook School............................................ 14 109 Orchard Road, Skillman (908) 431-9500; www.rock-brook.org A private nonprofit NJ state approved school designed for children 3- 21 with multiple disabilities and communication impairment. We invite you to learn more about Rock Brook School by contacting us at the number above.
Sebastiani Fencing Academy............................ 22 741 Alexander Road, Princeton (609) 734-0020; www.sebastianifencing.com The Sebastiani Fencing Academy is directed by Gabrielle Roux and led by Olympic coach Maitre Michel Sebastiani, the former head fencing master at Princeton University for 24 years who was inducted into the 2015 U.S. Fencing Hall of Fame and has created champions for over 50 years. The Academy offers a year-round program from beginner to Olympic level — age 5 to adult. Solebury School 3rd Annual Summer Programs Fair.................................................2, 11 January 27, from 1-3pm. www.solebury.org/summerfair Plan your teen’s summer in one afternoon! Representatives from over 25 local, national, and international programs will be on hand to talk with interested students and families. Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart Summer Camps......... Back Cover 1200 Stuart Road, Princeton (609) 921-2330; www.stuartschool.org From sports camps to summer courses, our summer programs take campers outside to explore Stuart’s 55-acre wooded campus in Princeton, into the art studio and science labs, onto the stage, and out to the sports fields. Terhune Orchards............................................. 23 330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton (609) 924-2310; www.terhuneorchards.com/ summer-camp The two one-week sessions focus on how the farmer and nature work together to grow healthy crops. This hands-on program includes a variety of activities, games, crafts, and field trips that will teach the campers about farm life. Tomato Patch Summer Workshops at Kelsey Theatre............................................... 22 Mercer County Community College 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor (609) 570-3333; www.kelseyatmccc.org/ tomato_patch Taught by professional artists, on the West Windsor Campus of Mercer County Community College. Tomato Patch, now in its 45th year, is the longest-running, most successful multidisciplinary summer arts program in central New Jersey.
The Watershed Academy At The Watershed Institute.............................. 19 31 Titus Mill Road, Pennington (609) 737-3735; www.thewatershed.org/ academy/ The Watershed Academy immerses high school students in the world of science, where they ask questions and identify problems; gain skills and knowledge; propose solutions; and gain valuable firsthand exposure to career opportunities. The Academies focus on topics such as water quality, stream health, climate change, green architecture, sustainability, and the scientific process. YMCA Camp Mason.......................................... 6 23 Birch Ridge Road, Hardwick (908) 362-8217; www.campmason.org At Camp Mason, we pride ourselves on offering our families a unique blend of traditional and adventure summer camp experiences. Whether you’re looking for a traditional overnight camp, day camp, ranch camp, adventure trips, or counselor-in-training program, Camp Mason has a program that’s right for you. Westminster Conservatory of Music................. 4 101 Walnut Lane, Princeton (609) 921-7104; www.rider.edu/ conservatorycamps Take your music to the next level — at camp. The Conservatory offers a variety of music camps for toddlers through high school. We welcome students with or without previous musical experience. There is something for everyone! YingHua International School......................... 20 25 Laurel Avenue, Kingston (609) 375-8015; www.yhis.org YingHua International School Summer Camp is the only Chinese Immersion Cultural Camp in the Princeton area, offering children the unique opportunity to learn and effectively use Mandarin in order to obtain an authentic introduction and understanding of the Chinese culture. All campers interact daily with native Chinese speakers who have a comprehensive understanding of Chinese culture.
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MOVEMENT WITH JOY
THERAPY FOR CHILDREN Joy Vrooman Sayen, mfa, ms, bc-dmt, ncc email@example.com | 609-844-0151 Using Dynamic Play & Movement Therapy To Help Children, and Their Parents, with Emotional, Behavioral, and Learning Challenges.
Rock Brook School 109 Orchard Road, Skillman, NJ 08558 NJ Department of Education Approved Special Education School Designed for Students 3 - 21 years with Communication Impairment & Multiple Disabilities. Six Week Extended Year Program ~ July 8 - August 16, 2019 Each class is staffed with a special education teacher, a speech language pathologist and an instructional paraprofessional. Rock Brook also provides occupational and physical therapy, art, music and physical education, along with a behavior management program, if needed. Tuition paid by childâ€™s home school district, if approved.
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Providing additional time for students, beyond the school year, to help develop their academic and social skills. Students are exposed to language arts, mathematics, physical education, and social skills groups. Students are encouraged to pick their own topics for language arts projects related to the topics for the year. Topics have included science fiction, Comicon and music. The Summer Enrichment program is academic based without the pressures of academic measurements. It has a fun atmosphere with science experiments, music, art and computers. Students attending Extended School Year Program will enjoy one field trip per week, two academic in nature and two to develop social interactions. The Center School, a private, non-profit, state-accredited facility for bright, learning-disabled students was founded in 1971 by a small group of concerned parents and educators.
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Holdbrook Pediatric Dental is a full service practice specializing in the care of children from one to eighteen years of age. Here at Holdbrook Pediatric Dental, we are dedicated to providing our patients with the safest, most comfortable experience possible. Good quality diagnostic radiographs (x-rays) are crucial to maintaining your overall health. We only take digital radiographs (xrays) here. Be assured we are doing everything possible to keep you healthy by following the ALARA* principle. Dr. Wendell Holdbrook is a Diplomat with and Certified by The American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. He is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), American Dental Association(ADA), New Jersey Dental Association (NJDA) and Southern Dental Society of New Jersey (SDSNJ).
601 Ewing St, #B11 | Princeton, NJ 08540 | 609.921.1047
Lucky Dog Camp
Summertime adventures for boys and girls ages 4-11 A great outdoor experience where kids can just be kids. Games, exploring and arts and crafts!
Session 1: June 24-28
* one week only for campers age 4-8
Session 2: July 8-July 19
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Kindercapers Preschool 253 Griggstown Rd, Belle Mead NJ (908)359-0160
253 Griggstown Rd, Belle Mead NJ (908)359-0160 A Co-operative, non-sectarian school Ages 2-Kindergarten A Co-operative, non-sectarian school School hours: 8:30 - 4 Ages 2-Kindergarten
Kindergarten Enrichment School hours: Full 9-1Day or Kindergarten 9-3
Private tours by appointment Registering for Fall 2019 and Summer Camp Small, Nurturing School Environment Where Children Thrive Specializing in the social, emotional, & academic growth
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S.T.E.A.M, Little Dribblers Soccer, Ballet/Yoga, Cooking, Science Exploration, Preschool Picasso, Build & Play, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Music Class Kindergarten Enrichment Full Day Kindergarten
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Spring Break & Summer MUSIC Camp Ages 5-14 Sing, play, listen, learn, create and enjoy the results of an intense and fun filled week at Farrington’s Music • Group Instrumental Lessons (Learn to play Ukulele, Guitar, Piano, Recorder; explore/try out other types of instruments) • Mini Rock Band • Idol Singing • Percussion & Rhythm • MusicQuiz • Basic Music Theory • Musical Crafts • Music History • Musiclopedia • Drawing & Painting • Outdoors Activities
Full or half day sessions Get 10% OFF for early registration!
Weekly rates available Call TODAY to reserve your spot! 609-924-8282 Montgomery Shopping Center, Rt. 206, Princeton farringtonsmusic.com
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Get an additional 10% OFF for multiple session discount!
Nominated this year for the Peopleâ€™s Choice Awards Best Visual Arts Camp 2019!
Summer Arts Camps Now Enrolling!
Offering 10 Weekly Options for Art Enrichment for Ages 5-9, 10-12, 13-16 June 24 - August 30
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