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Join us for up to eight weeks of themed activities focusing on nature, science, and the arts. Activities include educational field trips, outdoor fun, arts & crafts, indoor games, projects, experiments, visits to parks & library, and a weekly swimming trip. This summer’s camp directors are Jewel “Ducky” Soroka and Julianna Klioze. 

WHO: Campers entering 3rd-6th grades. (No exceptions can be made for younger campers.)
Volunteens entering 8th-12 grades.

LOCATION: The Cave youth facility in the lower level of the Reformed Church, 19 S. 2nd Avenue, Highland Park.

COST: $225 per week (Exception: 3-day week #2 costs $135.)
Before care 8-9am $20 per week. After care 4:30-5:30pm $20 per week. Registration fee $25 (waived before June 1).
Campers bring lunch. Snacks provided daily.
Limited financial assistance available upon completion of financial aid form.


Week 1: 6/24-6/28 Under the Sea
Dive into the worlds of your favorite underwater creatures.
Field trips: Adventure Aquarium (Camden) & Crystal Springs Waterpark.

Week 2: 7/1-7/3 (closed 7/4 & 7/5) Minute to Win It!
Join the fun of wild and wacky summer games.
Field trip: Crystal Springs Waterpark.

Week 3: 7/8-7/12 Junior Chefs
Cook and eat your way through the delicious rainbow of foods.
Field trips: Duke Farms (Hillsborough) & Crystal Springs Waterpark.

Week 4: 7/15-7/19
Art in 3 Dimensions
Bring your ideas to life creating magnificent works of art as a sculptor.
Field trips: Grounds for Sculpture (Hamilton) & Crystal Springs Waterpark.

Week 5: 7/22-7/26
Energy in Motion
Gear up to engineer innovative machines and robotics.
Field trips: “Simply Steampunk” at Morris Museum (Morristown) & Crystal Springs Waterpark.

Week 6: 7/29-8/2
Detectives & Spies
Discover clues and examine evidence to solve this week’s mysteries.
Field trips: Amazing Escape Room (Princeton) & Crystal Springs Waterpark.

Week 7: 8/5-8/9
Theater Week
Casting call! Join us for script writing, song dance, design, and a performance.
Theater teaching artist: Stacy Greenblatt.
Field trip: Crystal Springs Waterpark.

Week 8: 8/12-8/16
Cooperative Play & Inclusion Week
Play games and solve challenges by working together using every person’s special skill sets and strengths. We are working with VISTAS Education Partners to offer this week as an inclusion camp in the mornings between 9am-12pm, Monday-Thursday, welcoming campers with disabilities in 3rd-12thgrades. Because of VISTA’s specialization in visual impairment, priority will be given to blind/vision impaired campers prior to May 1st. After that date, registration will open for campers with other special needs. Inclusion camp is an opportunity to build relationships between children who often are separated in academic and social settings. Inclusion Camp Coordinator Monique Coleman will handle case-by-case registration, information, and financial assistance for campers with disabilities:
Friday field trip for full-day campers: Crystal Springs Waterpark.