Senior Plus Camp

Senior Plus Camp


Senior Plus campers are 12-15 years old and enjoy a variety of more challenging camp experiences!
Senior campers are twelve to fifteen years of age.
We will work with healthy daily rhythms, similar to those used in Waldorf schools, that help create an ideal environment for learning. There will be time for focused activity, imaginative play, games, and the great outdoors in each day. We will spend lots of time outside in nature, on walks, in the forest.

Senior Plus Camp Weekly Themes Ages 12-15 *Registration now open*

**New sessions are being added soon!**

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Week 3 (July 2 – 5) *Four Day Week*


In our senior Waldorf camp, pottery becomes a captivating journey of hands-on exploration and artistic discovery. With guidance from our experienced instructors, students engage in the transformative process of shaping clay into vessels imbued with warmth and soul. Rooted in Waldorf principles, this craft fosters not only creativity but also a deep connection to the earth and a reverence for the natural materials we work with. Join us as we embrace the rhythmic flow of pottery-making, weaving together tradition, mindfulness, and individual expression.

Lead Teacher: Susan Digby


Week 9 (August 12 – 16)


Join us for a journey of scientific inquiry at our S.T.E.M. Camp! Set in the heart of our 18-acre campus, S.T.E.M. Camp offers a dynamic environment where campers can grow and thrive in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This camp is all about challenging yourself, exploring new ideas, and growing as learners. Surrounded by nature, our program is crafted to stimulate critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving skills through a week full of engaging and challenging explorations. Under the mentorship of experienced educators, campers will dive into a world where learning is an adventure, and each day brings new opportunities to develop innovative solutions in the ever-evolving landscape of S.T.E.M. This camp is not just about acquiring knowledge; it’s about igniting a passion for discovery and paving the way for future opportunities.

Lead Teacher: Jack Farrell