Challenge Camp is excited to announce its new location at School of the Holy Child in Rye, NY. Holy Child’s picturesque 18-acre campus features a 1930s Tudor mansion, new academic buildings, art rooms, science labs, music rooms, a modern library and dining hall. Academic campers will also enjoy the use of several athletic fields for afternoon sports instruction, outdoor classroom areas and a beautiful alumnae garden.
Challenge Camp 2013, accredited by the American Camping Association, provides a selection of more than 45 educational morning workshops and sports instruction for gifted and talented children from pre-kindergarten through junior high school. Summer sessions will be held from June 24 - July 19 and from July 22 - August 9, 2013. Students will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of classes including: Astronomy, Computers, Lego, Theater, Architecture, Magic, Law, Chess, Math, Remote Control Cars, Music, Chinese, Art, Cooking, Sciences, Photojournalism, Rocketry, Yoga, Dance, Sports and more.
Challenge Camp Executive Director Carole Berman looks forward to spending her 33rd summer of learning on this scenic campus, "I am extremely enthusiastic about relocating the Challenge Camp to School of the Holy Child,” she said. “The outstanding modern facilities and gracious administrators will enhance curriculum development and learning opportunities for all of our campers."
“We are very excited to partner with such a dynamic and talented group,” said Holy Child’s Head of School Ann Sullivan. “We see this as a great way to get students excited about math and science, the arts, music and theatre, and to expose them to a variety of hands-on educational projects.”
For more information or for a 2013 summer brochure, please contact 914-779-6024 or Carole@challengecamps.com. Those interested in learning more about the Camp are encouraged to attend Open House on Sunday, January 13 from 2-4 p.m. at School of the Holy Child, 2225 Westchester Avenue, Rye NY 10580.
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