Academics

801 Monroe Street, Avalon Hoboken
201-253-5522 or 201-683-5045
Ages 3 ½-17 years
June 27th – August 26th; Morning Sessions are 9:30am-12:30pm; Afternoon Sessions are 1:30pm-4:00pm. Drop-in sessions available.
n/a
n/a (local)

A Grade Ahead summer camps will keep you children learning and having fun all summer long! With our hands-on activities, exciting games, and fascinating challenges, kids won't even realize that they are learning. Math Ventures (grades 2-4): Math can be magical! Matt the magician will guide students through adventures including money, time, measurement, geometry and fractions. Students will use critical thinking skills that require investigation, inquiry and collaboration to solve math puzzles and games.
Eco Ventures (grades 3-5): Hop in our jeep or submarine and explore with us! Students will examine different ecosystems and how animals behave and interact with one another. Through interactive activities and project based learning, our student centered curriculum will make biology fun and understandable.
Writers Workshop (grades 4-6): Become a junior author! Explore fictional genres like realistic fiction, fantasy and mystery through reading and writing exercises and games. By the end of the camp, each student will have a polished original work to share with the class and parents.

$325/week (Math Ventures); $350/week Eco Ventures and Writers Workshop
Sibling Discount - $10 per sibling; Early Bird Registration by April 15th – 10% off
A Whole New World Academy
721 Washington St
2017920253
3 yrs-7yrs
June 26, 2017 through August 25, 2017
7 am until 7 pm
N/A

It’s time for Summer Camp Adventures at A Whole New World Academy of Hoboken. This year’s summer camp program will reflect the fun and exciting adventures found right in our own backyards. Summer Camp will begin on June 26, 2017 and end on August 25, 2017. In order to make summer fun for the children, and different from the regular school year, we have prepared an outrageously wild and exciting 9 weeks of fun.

Registration /Camp Tee Shirt Fees: $150.00

Full Time Weekly Tuition is $430.00 Part Time Weekly Tuition $331.00
10% family discount
2017
All Saints STEM Camp
All Saints Day School - 707 Washington Street, Hoboken
201-792-0736
Entering 1st - 8th Grade
June 24 - June 28 8:30AM - 3:30PM
July 8 - July 12 8:30AM - 3:30PM
Early Drop-off beginning at 8:00am (free) with Late Pick-up until 6:00pm ($30/Day)
n/a (local)

STEM CAMP
Science Technology Engineering Math

We’re excited to once again offer a unique modular camp program that offers participants with guided activities which explore robotics, circuits, coding, engineering, design 3-D printing and so much more! It will be a week of exploration, innovation and creativity. Each day campers will dive deeper into STEM topics indoors but also have ample time to go outside and enjoy the fresh summer air.Our program is designed for students entering grades 1 – 8. Camp will begin at 8:30 AM each morning, with an option to register for before care starting at 8:00AM.  Aftercare is available for participating students and runs from 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM.

$575 each week
2018
Apple Montessori Schools
Two Hoboken Locations: 1055 Maxwell Lane and 220 Sinatra Drive; also in Cliffside Park and Edgewater
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201-963-4949 (Hoboken-Maxwell); 201-222-1464 (Hoboken-Sinatra); 201-840-1703 (Cliffside Park); 201-224-6603 (Edgewater)
Ages 2-12 years
July 3rd - August 25th; Morning Session Half-Days are 8:30am-11:30am; Afternoon Session Half-Days are 12:30pm-3:30pm; Full Days are 7:00am-3:30pm.
Early Drop-off beginning at 7:00am with Late Pick-up until 7:00pm at both Hoboken locations and 6:30pm at Cliffside Park and Edgewater locations.
n/a (local)

Summer fun AND learning – two things campers love at Apple Camp! Our camps have been a childhood favorite for over 40 years. Not only is our camp schedule truly jam packed with summer fun, our uniquely designed program infuses exciting lessons into our exploration and activities. Children look forward to moving from one thrilling adventure to the next throughout the day on outdoor playgrounds and off-site attractions.

Our summer program curriculum is enhanced by FasTracKids and Montessori work time to beat the summer learning slump.  With FasTracKids, children benefit from an advanced e-learning software program and hands-on lessons that reinforce learning. Children also work with the Montessori materials in reading, writing and or math. This curriculum can be individualized to the needs of your child.

Contact each location directly for specific tuition rate information.
Contact for info.
Bricks 4 Kidz Lego-Themed Camps
Monroe Center - 720 Monroe Street, 5th Floor, Suite E-505, Hoboken
201-747-7070
June 27th - September 2nd; Bricks 4 Kidz - Morning Session Half-Days are 9:00am-12:00pm; Afternoon Session Half-Days are 1:00pm-4:00pm; Full-Days are 9:00am-4:00pm. Junior Builders Camp - Morning Session Half-Days are 9:00am-12:00pm.
Can be made available upon request
n/a (local)

Bricks 4 Kidz - Kids have loads of fun (and learn a bunch!) as they use LEGO bricks to explore the world of engineering, architecture and science in an open, friendly and team-based environment. Bricks 4 Kidz camps keep the pace fast and varied with guided projects and challenges as well as time for free building and design, so the kids are always having fun. Camp activities are designed for kids entering first grade an up, and built around themes they love - Space/Star Wars, Clash of Bricks, Mining and Crafting/Minecraft, Pokemon, Ninjas, Jurassic Brick Park and more. Screened, trained Bricks 4 Kidz staff provide friendly, qualified supervision for your children so you rest assured they are safe and happy. Junior Builders Camp, Ages 4-5 - Designed for kids to discover, explore, invent and create using DUPLO and LEGO® bricks. Kids will learn interesting facts about real world objects and animals in these interactive lessons which reinforce counting, patterning, spatial awareness and fine motor skills. Projects are designed to encourage creativity and imagination while enforcing essential learning literacy, math and spatial skills. Throughout the course of the day, BRICKS 4 KIDZ® teachers provide the raw materials for the children's imaginations to create with model plans, games, and activities. The group setting is ideal for collaborative learning, the kids can build on one another's ideas and make discoveries together that they might not make alone. All children must be toilet trained and able to care for self in the restroom..

$225/week for Half-Day Sessions; $425/week for Full-Day Sessions; Single Day & Walk in Registrations also available at $50 per day for half day, and $90 per day for full day.
Sibling Discounts; Register for Bricks 4 Kidz email list to receive information on discounts for signing up by a certain date.
2017
" The College Board recently revamped the SAT test to focus more on exactly the sorts of skills debate teaches. " -Stanford National Forensic Institute
The Hudson School
601 Park Avenue
Hoboken, NJ
7189541357
8-14
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Jul 8, 2019 - Jul 12, 2019
Teacher is typically there 15 minutes early and 15 minutes after
No

This camp combines two of our most popular programs: Debate and Mock Trial.

Speech and Debate

The objective of this program is to prepare participants for the myriad situations that require formal and informal presentations. Participants will learn how to craft and present arguments, opinions and ideas. They will learn the fundamentals of rhetoric and will practice informing, persuading and motivating an audience in a variety of ways. The grading rubric was adapted with the permission of Neil Mercer, the Director of research and Head of Faculty at The University of Cambridge.

Parliamentary Debate
Students will learn to effectively present and defend a persuasive argument using the ARESR method developed by the English Speaking Union. Students will learn to outline, draft, develop and deliver effective arguments and counter arguments. They will learn to refute using the four steps of effective refutation. They will explore what is efficient-and inefficient-in arguments (and counter arguments) and the different methods that popular orators have used throughout the years to sway opinion. We will also address political framing techniques, speaker-audience and speaker-topic commonality, persuasive rhetoric, fallacies in reasoning, persuasive use of evidence and stylistic devices.

Mock Trial
Mock trial is a hands on simulation of the American judicial system. The goal is to help participants acquire a working knowledge of our judicial system, develop analytical abilities and communication skills, display leadership in a court of law, and gain an understanding of their obligations and responsibilities as participating members of our society. Materials for this course are provided by The American Bar Association and The Constitutional Rights Foundation.

Exploration and explanation of basic legal concepts, court etiquette and vocabulary
-Criminal vs. civil trial

-Bench vs jury trial

-Prosecution vs defense

-Lay witness vs expert witness

-Presumption of innocence

-Burden of proof

-Reasonable doubt

-Rules of Evidence

-Use of exhibits

-Direct vs circumstantial evidence

-Objections and objectionable material

-Witness impeachment

Case Analysis
-Analysis of statement of charges

-Breakdown of the elements of each charge

-Analyzing the burden of proof

-Outlining the evidence for and against each charge, including: Forensic evidence, eyewitness testimony and statements

-Determining motive or lack of motive

-Determining the opportunity or lack of opportunity to commit the crime

-Analysis of corroboration and/or inconsistencies between witnesses

-Analysis of exhibits


Assignment and analysis of roles in the mock trial
-Pairing witnesses with testimony

-Preparing students for the duties of each role

-Explanation and exploration of the trial process as it relates to each role


Writing and practicing Direct examinations
-Purpose, scope and expectations for each role

-Analysis of proper examination

-Further analysis of witness statements

-Outline of direct examination

-Draft of direct examination

-Analysis and removal of objectionable or extraneous material

-Witness preparation

-Adjustment based on witness preparation

-Timing of direct examinations and further editing if needed

-Responding to objections


Writing and practicing cross examinations
-Purpose, scope and expectation for each role

-Analysis of proper cross examination

-Analysis of anticipated direct examination

-Further analysis of witness statements

-Outline of cross examination

-Draft of cross examination

-Analysis and removal of objectionable, leading or extraneous material

-Witness preparation

-Adjustment based on witness preparation

-Timing of cross examinations and further editing if needed

-Responding to objections

Writing and practicing re-direct examinations
-Purpose, scope and expectation for each role

-Analysis of proper re-direct examination

-Analysis of cross examination as it pertains to re-direct examination

-Determining what needs clarification and/or dismissal

-Analysis of objectionable and/or extraneous material

-Timing of re-direct examination and further editing if necessary


Writing and practicing openings (Prosecution/Plaintiff and Defense)
-Purpose, scope, structure and expectations for openings

-Persuasive rhetoric and opening arguments

-Analysis of jury instructions and jury

-Developing and delivering the 'theme' of a case

-Analysis of extraneous or unhelpful information

-Further contemplation of burden of proof and how it pertains to the openings

-Contrasting analysis of defense's opening to the prosecution's opening

-Outline of the opening

-Draft of the opening

-Timing of openings and further editing if necessary

Writing and practicing closings (Prosecution/Plaintiff and defense)
-Purpose, scope, structure and expectations for closings

-Analysis of the charges, evidence, testimony and adjustments that the case may have brought

-Analysis of reasonable doubt

-Persuasive weighing of each argument

-Analysis of what may and may not be referenced in the closing

-Discussion of adaptability and last moment adjustments

-Outline of closings

-Draft of closings

-Timing of closings and additional editing if necessary

Mock trial performance

Notes:

• Students must bring their own lunch. Snacks will be provided. Parents must email camp director with any allergies in advance. This class requires a minimum of five students to run.

$750
Hudson school students qualify for a 15% discount
2019
Dedimus Potestatem: Mock Trial, Leadership and Debate
The Hudson School
601 Park Ave
Hoboken NY 07030
7189541357
Age ranges vary for each class, see website for details
Leadership-Free your inner Jedi: Tuesdays and Fridays, 3:30-4:30 PM, 6/19, 6/22, 6/26, 6/29, 7/3, 7/6, 7/10, 7/13, 7/17, 7/20

Debate/Public Speaking: Mondays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 PM – 5:00 PM, 6/18, 6/21, 6/25, 6/28, 7/2, 7/5, 7/9, 7/12, 7/16, 7/19

Mock Trial: Tuesdays 4:45-5:45, June 19th-July 17th
I am typically there 15-20 minutes early, will stay a bit after (up to 30 min) to wait for parents
No

Leadership:
Students will learn and practice essential Leadership skills such as Negotiation, Delegation, Initiative, Conflict Resolution and more. This class includes:

Improvisation and other Theatre games, building with Kinex, Legos and other materials, balloon relay races, sack races and obstacle courses, STEM activities with gumdrops, marshmallows and spaghetti, making DIY catapults, fencing (with inflatable lightsabers), dodgeball (foam balls), volleyball and other physical activities, building a life-sized house out of recyclable materials, and more

Debate/Public Speaking:

The objective of this program is to prepare participants for the myriad situations that require formal and informal presentations. Participants will learn how to craft and present arguments, opinions, and ideas. They will learn the fundamentals of rhetoric and will practice informing, persuading and motivating an audience in a variety of ways. The grading rubric was adapted with the permission of Neil Mercer, the Director of research and Head of Faculty at The University of Cambridge. This class will include:

-Debate (Instructor is trained by the English Speaking Union and a coach for the New York Debate League)

-Impromptu speeches

-Informative speeches

-Persuasive speeches

-Creating a commercial and learning how to market a product

-Improvisation/theater games

-Creative Writing

-Pitches (Make and pitch your own movie, book, legislation or product)

-Cold Calls

Mock Trial:

Mock trial is a hands-on simulation of the American judicial system. The goal is to help participants acquire a working knowledge of our judicial system, develop analytical abilities and communication skills, and gain an understanding of their obligations and responsibilities as participating members of our society. Materials for this course are provided by The American Bar Association and The Constitutional Rights Foundation.

Speech and Debate: $300 for 10 classes
Leadership: $350 for 10 classes
Mock Trial: $175 for 5 classes
N/A
2019
Fact or Fabrication?
601 Park Avenue
Hoboken, NJ 07030
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201-659-8335
13-18
July 9-20; Monday - Thursday; 9:30 am -12 pm

How true are "historical" films? We'll take a look at movies that focus on historical events and discover what is fact, fantasy, or simply a matter of perspective.

$300
2018
French Immersion Camp
209 3rd St
2013388320 ext 210
3-11
From June 24 to August 16, from 8:30am to 3pm
After Care from 3pm to 6pm.
Possibility of Bus Service

French Language Workshops, Music, Sports, Performance, Art & Craft, Visual Arts, Games, Park,

Starting at $410/week
Sibling and multi-week registration discounts
2019
123 Jefferson Street, Hoboken
201-427-1458
Entering K (Sept. 2016) – 8th Grade
July 5th- August 5th; Days are 9:00am-4:00pm
Early Drop-off beginning at 8:00am with Late Pick-up until 5:00pm
n/a (local)

Spanish Immersion Camp with dance lessons, indoor soccer and gym time led by certified Physical Education Teacher, daily recess and afternoon snack, daily art class,weekly culinary class, math, social studies, project-based learning, creative writing, out-of-town field trips on Wednesdays, parent presentations on Fridays. Our Middle Schoolers will have weekly themed camps.

$450/week; $1,650 discounted rate for 4 weeks (save $150); $1,950 discounted rate for 5 weeks (save $300). Refer to camp’s website for additional pricing information. Registration opens March 1, 2016.
$45 per session discount if sign-up before April 1, 2016; 10% sibling discount if enrolled in same online transaction.
Hudson School: The World Peace Game
The Hudson School
601 Park Avenue
Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 659-8335
9-12 years olds entering 4th - 7th grades
July 9-13, 2018
8:30 a.m. – 12 noon
no

The World Peace Game is a hands-on political science simulation. Four countries are pitted against each other as middle schoolers take on the roles of prime ministers, cabinet members, UN officials, World Bank members, arms dealers and more. The object is to achieve world peace and global prosperity by challenging students with 50 interlocking crises such as hurricanes, oil spills, refugee asylum, food shortages, while under the threat of war.
To register & for more information, please visit www.worldpeacegame.org

$295 per player
Includes daily snacks and water.
Limited scholarship funds are available based on financial need. Please email programdirector@nullworldpeacegame.org
2018
115 Park Avenue, Hoboken
201-653-8666
Ages 2 ½ - 5 years (must be 2 by 12/31/15).
June 20th - August 5th; Core Program is from 9:00am-12:00pm. Campers may extend the day any number of hours. Camp is in session Monday - Friday from 8:00am-6:00pm.
Early Drop-off beginning at 8:00am with Late Pick-up until 6:00pm
n/a (local)

Summers at Kaplan are joyous, energetic and creative. We continue our commitment to providing a safe and nurturing atmosphere where children learn through play. Summer camp groups are taught by our professional early childhood teachers. Campers split their time each day between our bright, airconditioned classrooms and fantastic, fenced in backyard playground. We have a sprinkler park, lots of art, music, sports, games, science, story time and friends.

$65/day for 9:00am-12:00pm; $75/day for 9:00am-1:00pm; $95/day for 9:00am-3:00pm; $125/day for 9:00am-6:00pm.
10% Sibling Discount
Leadership fun! Relay races, STEM projects, Theater exercises, Team building games
The Hudson School
601 Park Avenue
Hoboken, NJ
7189541357
8-14
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Jul 22, 2019 - Jul 26, 2019 (5 days)
Teachers are usually there 10 minutes before and 15 minutes after.
No

Description
This camp includes all of our most popular programs: Leadership, Debate and Mock Trial

Leadership

Presentation - Communication (with individuals and within a group) - Negotiation (individual and multi-party, distributive and integrative) - Delegation - Adaptability - Initiative - Time management - Conflict resolution - Teamwork - Critical thinking - Emotional Intelligence (Empathy) -Mediation - Preparation - Organization

This class will include:
• -Improvisation and other Theatre games
• -Building with Kinex, Legos and other materials
• -Balloon relay races, sack races and obstacle courses
• -Engineering with gumdrops, DIY catapults
• -Fencing (with inflatable lightsabers)
• -Dodgeball (foam balls), Volleyball and other physical activities

Speech and Debate

The objective of this program is to prepare participants for the myriad situations that require formal and informal presentations. Participants will learn how to craft and present arguments, opinions and ideas. They will learn the fundamentals of rhetoric and will practice informing, persuading and motivating an audience in a variety of ways. The grading rubric was adapted with the permission of Neil Mercer, the Director of research and Head of Faculty at The University of Cambridge.

Parliamentary Debate
Students will learn to effectively present and defend a persuasive argument using the ARESR method developed by the English Speaking Union. Students will learn to outline, draft, develop and deliver effective arguments and counter arguments. They will learn to refute using the four steps of effective refutation. They will explore what is efficient-and inefficient-in arguments (and counter arguments) and the different methods that popular orators have used throughout the years to sway opinion. We will also address political framing techniques, speaker-audience and speaker-topic commonality, persuasive rhetoric, fallacies in reasoning, persuasive use of evidence and stylistic devices.

Mock Trial
Mock trial is a hands on simulation of the American judicial system. The goal is to help participants acquire a working knowledge of our judicial system, develop analytical abilities and communication skills, display leadership in a court of law, and gain an understanding of their obligations and responsibilities as participating members of our society. Materials for this course are provided by The American Bar Association and The Constitutional Rights Foundation.

Exploration and explanation of basic legal concepts, court etiquette and vocabulary
-Criminal vs. civil trial

-Bench vs jury trial

-Prosecution vs defense

-Lay witness vs expert witness

-Presumption of innocence

-Burden of proof

-Reasonable doubt

-Rules of Evidence

-Use of exhibits

-Direct vs circumstantial evidence

-Objections and objectionable material

-Witness impeachment

Case Analysis
-Analysis of statement of charges

-Breakdown of the elements of each charge

-Analyzing the burden of proof

-Outlining the evidence for and against each charge, including: Forensic evidence, eyewitness testimony and statements

-Determining motive or lack of motive

-Determining the opportunity or lack of opportunity to commit the crime

-Analysis of corroboration and/or inconsistencies between witnesses

-Analysis of exhibits


Assignment and analysis of roles in the mock trial
-Pairing witnesses with testimony

-Preparing students for the duties of each role

-Explanation and exploration of the trial process as it relates to each role


Writing and practicing Direct examinations
-Purpose, scope and expectations for each role

-Analysis of proper examination

-Further analysis of witness statements

-Outline of direct examination

-Draft of direct examination

-Analysis and removal of objectionable or extraneous material

-Witness preparation

-Adjustment based on witness preparation

-Timing of direct examinations and further editing if needed

-Responding to objections


Writing and practicing cross examinations
-Purpose, scope and expectation for each role

-Analysis of proper cross examination

-Analysis of anticipated direct examination

-Further analysis of witness statements

-Outline of cross examination

-Draft of cross examination

-Analysis and removal of objectionable, leading or extraneous material

-Witness preparation

-Adjustment based on witness preparation

-Timing of cross examinations and further editing if needed

-Responding to objections

Writing and practicing re-direct examinations
-Purpose, scope and expectation for each role

-Analysis of proper re-direct examination

-Analysis of cross examination as it pertains to re-direct examination

-Determining what needs clarification and/or dismissal

-Analysis of objectionable and/or extraneous material

-Timing of re-direct examination and further editing if necessary


Writing and practicing openings (Prosecution/Plaintiff and Defense)
-Purpose, scope, structure and expectations for openings

-Persuasive rhetoric and opening arguments

-Analysis of jury instructions and jury

-Developing and delivering the 'theme' of a case

-Analysis of extraneous or unhelpful information

-Further contemplation of burden of proof and how it pertains to the openings

-Contrasting analysis of defense's opening to the prosecution's opening

-Outline of the opening

-Draft of the opening

-Timing of openings and further editing if necessary

Writing and practicing closings (Prosecution/Plaintiff and defense)
-Purpose, scope, structure and expectations for closings

-Analysis of the charges, evidence, testimony and adjustments that the case may have brought

-Analysis of reasonable doubt

-Persuasive weighing of each argument

-Analysis of what may and may not be referenced in the closing

-Discussion of adaptability and last moment adjustments

-Outline of closings

-Draft of closings

-Timing of closings and additional editing if necessary

Mock trial performance

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Camp Dates
Notes
• Students will need to bring their own lunch and snacks. • Camp must have a minimum of 6 Students. If 6 Students are not enrolled, full refunds will be issued for those registered and the camp will be canceled.

$1000 full camp, $240 Drop in for a day
2019
Learn Mandarin Through Performance
601 Park Ave, Hoboken, NJ
2016598335
9-15
June 17-28, 1-5pm
We offer morning and afternoon sessions. If your child attends both sessions, we include a chaperoned lunch period at Church Square Park, free of charge.

Learning Mandarin can be challenging, but singing and performing make it easy. Before you realize it, you are already speaking the language!

$250 for one week, or $450 for both.
2019
Park Prep Academy
519 Central Avenue, Jersey City Heights
201-217-0202
Ages 2-5 years
July 8th - August 23rd; Days are 9:00am-3:00pm; One or two month sessions are available
Early Drop-off beginning at 7:30am with Late Pick-up until 6:30pm
N/A. Ample FREE parking/designated drop-off zone directly in front

Off-site Field Trips, Water/Sprinkler Park, Playground Facilities, Arts and Crafts, Science, Math, Literacy Exploration, Dress-up Days, Guest Performers and more! Upcoming Monthly Open House dates will be listed on Park Prep Academy’s website calendar.

$680 - $1,450/month
5% Sibling Discount
2019
Robotics
The Hudson School
601 Park
Hoboken, NJ 07030
201-659-8335
8-14
July 15-19 & July 29-August 2
Other programs run in the morning. If students attend both morning and afternoon sessions, chaperoned lunchtime at Church Square Park is included.
n/a

ROBOTICS In this week-long camp, students will be introduced to sensors and control systems associated with modern robotics and will learn how to use code to autonomously navigate a physical environment. Each day they will reprogram their robot to react and perform differently given a set of constraints. Students will have a chance to plan and implement their own custom modifications to the function and aesthetic of the robot.

$550 – Price Includes Robotics Kit
2019
Science Camp at Liberty Science Center
Liberty State Park - 222 Jersey City Boulevard, Jersey City 07305
201-253-1380
Rising 1st through 8th grade
July 8th - August 23th; Monday through Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Early Drop-off beginning at 8:00am with Late Pick-up until 5:00pm.
n/a (local)

Science Camp offers a fun, innovative, and inquiry-based curriculum chock full of exciting hands-on exploration and challenges. Our supportive environment includes a passionate, skilled teaching staff and cool science tools. Kids learn a lot and have a blast!

Campers can choose from topics like:
Explorers (rising 1st grade) - Coding, the laws of motion, chemistry!
Scientists (rising 2nd & 3rd graders) - Robotics, flight, wizardry!
Innovators (rising 4th & 5th graders) - Astronomy, animals, robotics!
Visionaries (rising 6th, 7th & 8th graders) - sailing, virtual reality, ciphers!

Reserve your preferred topic and week(s) today before courses are sold out!

Members $575/course and Non Members $625/course
Cost covers all materials, camper t-shirt, daily snacks and beverage, field trip costs (if applicable), access to LSC's exhibitions, live science, animal collection and more!
Sibling and Multiple Session Discounts available
2019
Summer Discovery at Stevens Cooperative School
339 River Street, Hoboken (for PreK 3 and PreK 4 Day Camp and Specialty Classes); 100 River Drive, Jersey City (for K - 8th grade Day Camp and Specialty Courses)
201-626-4020
Entering PreK 3 - 8th Grade
Register for Summer Discovery Today!
June 18 - August 10, 2018
Pre-K - 8th Grade Campers
Early Drop-off beginning at 8:00am for PreK 4 - 8th grade with Late Pick-up until 5:00pm for PreK 4 and 6:00pm for K - 8th grade.
n/a (local)

Summer is almost here! Secure your spot in our popular summer camp programs for this summer! We offer a wide range of program options for PreK 3s to 8th grade, plus all the amenities of a suburban day camp, minutes from home. All camps are led by experienced teachers and specially selected staff. Camp sessions are filling up quickly!

Visit stevenscoop.org/camp to download the Summer Discovery Brochure and learn more!

For questions and to RSVP, please email summer@nullstevenscoop.org

Rates vary. Full tuition rates can be found on the camp’s website.
n/a
2018
Tessa International School – Spanish, French or Mandarin Summer Camps
720 Monroe Street Suite E105-106, Hoboken, 07030, NJ
201-755-5585
2.5 to 6 years old
Monday to Friday from 8.30am-4pm
June 25th 2018 – August 24st 2018

Half days available
You can register per week too
There is a minimum of two consecutive weeks’ enrollment for the half-day option.



Yes
Before care from 7.30am
After care until 6pm
Pick-ups available in Hoboken. Contact us for more information.

Language immersion through fun activities.

Early language education is a gift that lasts a lifetime. Take advantage of this perfect mix of fun academics and outdoor activities!
- Songs
- Games
- Art & Crafts
- Movement & much more

Price for one week – full day: $449 to $499 depending of the # of weeks ($465 if you register by April 15)

Price for one week – half day: $265 ($250 if you register by April 16) – We encourage full day registration so that your child can fully benefit from our immersion approach.

There is a 10% discount for the second child in the same family.
The more weeks you register for, the more you save!
2019
900 Monroe Street, Hoboken
201-857-8377
Ages 2-12 years
June 27th – September 2nd; Campers may attend any time during hours of operation. The Center is open from 6:30am-6:30pm.
Contact Center directly to discuss.
n/a (local)

Our Summer Camp keeps children engaged with hands-on learning activities like science experiments, art projects, outdoor sports and activities, water play, visits from entertainers and weekly themes.

Contact Center directly for full tuition rate information.
Contact Center directly for available discounts.
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