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The Rover and Voyager programs serve campers from age three up to the age of ten.


Rovers: Ages 3-4

Rovers is designed to be a first camp experience that is nurturing, fun, and filled with age appropriate activities all focused around a central weekly theme. Come on a journey with us and meet some new friends as you explore our campus, have adventures, and create crafts and lasting memories with our thoughtful and caring counselors.

Children must be 3-4 years old and potty trained to attend the Rovers camp.

Rovers : Ages 3-4

Cost: $225.00/week 9:00am-12:00pm
*$135.00/week of July 4 – No camp July 4 & 5
Afternoons can be added for an additional $100.00/week


This program is designed to serve campers from five years old, up to and including ten year old campers. The program will be broken down into two age groups:

Rangers : Ages 5-7  

Guides: Ages 8-10 

These groupings will allow us to tailor the camp experience and the activities offered to specific developmental needs and levels. Activities designed for our youngest campers will by necessity be more counselor driven, while those offered for the older groups will be progressively more camper focused, allowing them the opportunity to engage in more complex projects, games, and activities better suited to their ages and abilities. This summer, you can look forward to seeing activity specialists added to our traditional staffing model for the Voyager program. Campers will still benefit from the close counselor relationship while experiencing the expertise of the specialists in each area.


Rangers: Ages 5-7

Rangers is an ideal camp for kids looking to have fun in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. You’ll rekindle old friendships from summers past, or make new friends that will last a lifetime as you journey through the week. You’ll create craft projects, science experiments, and have fun with sports activities that all relate to the theme of the week.  

Guides: Ages 8-10

Guides are the highest level of our Voyagers group, and serve as a bridge to the Adventure Programs. Here we’ll push your limits creatively, intellectually, and on the sports fields.


June 24-June 28 – Outer Space Week

July 1-3* – Holidays in July

July 8-12 – Kaboom Science Week

July 15-19 – Kings and Queens of Camelot

July 22-26 – Passport to the World

July 29-August 2 – Olympiad Week

August 5-9 – Raptor Week

Cost: $325.00/week  9:00am-3:00pm *$195.00/week of July 3 – No Camp on July 4&5

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In our adventure camps, teens and pre-teens can get outside, challenge themselves, and make new friends.


Our Adventure Programs are now split into two different age groups. Campers who are ages 10 through 12 will join the Pathfinders program; campers who are 13 through 16 will join the Trailblazers program. While all ages can still experience the same great adventure programming, they’ll be able to do it with age-appropriate peers. We’ve made this change for an important reason: We can focus the way we instruct more closely on the developmental level of the campers, presenting greater challenges as they grow. This allows us to appropriately challenge campers at all levels of social, emotional, and physical development. Please be aware that the Adventure programs are physically challenging. All participants must be able and willing to participate in strenuous physical activities throughout the course of the camp.

Adventure Camp

In this series of camps, pre-teens and teens will challenge themselves, become better teammates, learn their limits, and push past them. Campers will climb to new heights on our high and low ropes course while developing skills as a teammate and leader. They’ll learn all sorts of new games, meet new friends, and have a whole lot of fun at the same time. They’ll even get to spend a day or two at the beach kayaking and paddle boarding. What could be better? 

Lifelong Adventure

Paddling quietly down a river, entirely in charge of where they’ll end up. Pushing themselves to climb just a little bit higher than they thought they could. Splashing around while they’re paddle boarding with their friends. During this week, campers will be able to try all of these things and more as they join our adventure staff for a fun-filled week of rock climbing, kayaking and paddle boarding, swimming, hiking, and a whole lot of fun. Along the way, they’ll learn some skills (or brush up on some old ones!) that they’ll be able to use for a lifetime of adventure.

Adventure Hybrid: June 24-28 Ages 10-16

Adventure Camp: July 8-12 – Ages 10-16

Lifelong Adventure: July 15-19 – Ages 10-16

Adventure Camp: July 22-26 – Ages 10-16

Lifelong Adventure: July 9-August 2 – Ages 10-16

Adventure Camp  August 5-9 – Ages 10-16 

Cost: $390.00 per week 9:00am-3:00pm

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Did you know…?
Our athletics facilities are available to rent throughout the year. Contact us to learn more.



BBall enthusiasts are invited to join the St. Andrew’s Basketball family for a week of instruction at our 29th annual camp. With more than 35 coaching years, including coaching at national college and all-star camps as well as speaking at the USA Basketball Coaching Academy, Michael Hart has sent 6 kids to the NBA, 25 to overseas professional leagues, and many others on to Division 1, 2, and 3 colleges. Coach Hart’s teams have performed well in the classroom and in our community too. Campers will learn how to play the St. Andrew’s way while having fun and meeting new friends. Camp is open to players at all levels. Instructional groups will be formed based on the camper’s age and ability level. There is a noon dismissal on Friday for Hoops with Hart.

July 29-August 2: Ages 6-16  Cost: $340.00/week 9:00am-3:00pm – Noon dismissal on Friday

August 5-9: Ages 6-16  Cost: $340.00/week 9:00am-3:00pm – Noon dismissal on Friday

“There are not many people who know more about the game in the state than Coach Hart. As a camper when I was 8, and a counselor for numerous years, Hoops with Hart provides a camp for any level of player to work on their skills as well as compete. Coach Hart has developed NBA and numerous Division 1 products; this camp gives you an idea of what it takes to make it to that level. The skill development and experience at Hoops with Hart is one of the best in the area. Hope to see you this summer!”

Cole Swider

Miami Heat

Hoops with Hart Basketball Camp notable alumni:

  1. Rocco Baldelli-Minnesota Twins Manager (MLB)
  2. David Duke-Brooklyn Nets (NBA)
  3. Bonzie Colson-Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)
  4. Terance Mann-LA Clippers (NBA)
  5. Cole Swider-LA Lakers (NBA)


Our squash camps will be geared towards first time beginners and intermediate players.
If you have never been on a squash court but would like to try, or are a racket sport player who is looking for a new challenge, this is the perfect opportunity to learn a great new sport from experienced coaches.
All equipment will be provided. The morning sessions will be a mix of games, drills, and exercises, geared towards maximizing every player’s potential and giving them a strong foundation in the technical fundamentals of squash.
The optional afternoon session will be gameplay, with the choice of fun competition in squash and/or pickleball on our outdoor pickleball courts.
Whether you someday hope to play squash in college or just want to try something new, this camp is for you!

St. Andrew’s squash camps are taught by St Andrew’s Director of Squash Pete Avitable, who has years of years experience teaching and coaching the sport to children and adults of all ages and abilities.

Five separate weeks: July 8-12 – Ages 8-16

July 15-19 – Ages 8-16

July 22-26 – Ages 8-16

July 29- August 2 – Ages 8-16

August 5-9 – Ages 8-16

Cost: Mornings 9:00am – Noon: $275.00/week. Afternoons (Until 3:00pm) can be added for an additional $100.00/week


Strength and Conditioning Camp

In this program, young athletes will learn what they need to do to unlock their own athletic potential. During this week, campers will learn the foundations of maximizing athletic performance! We will focus on endurance & strength training, nutrition, proper recovery, and injury prevention in this course open for young athletes. Campers will also work on how to become a better and more efficient athlete and how to maximize their performance both on and off the court (or field!) We will work together to get the most out of our athletes regardless of their desired sport and help them become self-sufficient so that they may apply these tools to future sports and athletic endeavors.

August 5-9: Ages 12-16  Cost: $350/week 9:00am-3:00pm

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“My daughter loved working with clay over the summer. In fact, she chose art as her elective this year because she hoped to continue improving her skills.” —Summer Camp Parent


The island of misfit toys and teddy bears

In this creative camp you will spend the week designing and creating your very own stuffed animals. You’ll design what creatures you want to make including what shapes and colors they will be! You’ll hand sew your creatures together, joining the pieces you designed yourself. Does your animal need clothing? Perhaps a hat, fishing gear, or some other equipment?  You’ll create it all – whatever you think your toy needs! The last day will be spent putting on finishing touches, enjoying a picnic of light snacks and putting on an epic show and tell! 

July 8-12: Ages 7-11 Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm


We will be busy in the art studio this week exploring a wide variety of media including but not limited to clay, oil pastel, pencil, pen and ink, watercolor, and acrylic paint. Campers will spend their mornings getting messy each day working with clay, learning the basics of handbuilding and glazing to create ceramic sculptures. In the afternoons, young artists will experiment with combining multiple materials in a single piece of art in true mixed media style. Artists will be guided by St. Andrew’s Visual Arts faculty to create artwork they are proud of while also having FUN!

June 24-28: Ages 8-14 Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm


Young artists will stretch their imaginations and build their skills in this action-packed week of Painting and Sculpting in the beautiful St. Andrew’s Art Studios.  Artists will learn to create giant sculptures from recycled materials in the style of Pop Artists, paint with vivid color like the Fauves (aka the “Wild Beasts”), and experiment with origami, the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. Artists will leave this week with a mountain of exciting and colorful artwork to be proud of and a taste of the St. Andrew’s Visual Arts experience.

July 1-3: Ages 8-14  Cost: $225/week 9:00am-3:00pm


Campers will begin their artistic exploration by creating art journals from scratch using traditional bookbinding techniques. They will then fill their journals with sketches, watercolor paintings, cyanotype blueprints, monoprints, and more; all inspired by nature! Daily excursions on campus grounds will serve to fuel the artistic fire. Observation skills and creative development will be emphasized. The week will end with a display of students’ work in the gallery space in the McCulloch Center for the Arts.

A tablet or smartphone with a working camera is recommended but not necessary (they will be used for obtaining photo references in the event of foul weather and for creating photographic negatives for cyanotypes).

July 1-3: Ages 9-14  Cost: $225/week 9:00am-3:00pm

Papermaking and book binding

Embark on an artistic journey in Paper Making and Book Binding! An art Camp tailored for creatives aged 10-12! Set against a backdrop of eco-friendly exploration, campers will delve into the fascinating realms of paper making, book binding, and journal construction—all crafted from recycled materials. Learn the secrets of transforming ordinary materials into vibrant handmade paper while mastering the art of binding their personalized journals!  Participants will be immersed in sustainable creativity as well as be introduced to the unique world of artist books, exploring an innovative method of creating art personalized to them. Join artist and educator Hollis Hickerson for a dynamic and eco-conscious adventure, where every creation is a testament to the boundless possibilities of young artistic minds! Each camper will leave with a handmade journal/artist book by the end of the camp!

July 15-19: Ages 10-13 Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm


Dungeons & Dragons

Have you ever dreamed of wielding magic, vanquishing dragons, or outsmarting goblins? D&D camp is your gateway to a realm of endless adventures, and imagination. This camp welcomes every aspiring hero ages 10-13. Experience classic paper-and-dice roleplaying run by an experienced game master. Create heroes, explore ancient ruins, battle fearsome beasts, and forge bonds with fellow adventurers. Become the game master. Design your own dungeons and guide your friends through epic adventures. Then bring the world to life at the table by painting miniatures and crafting your own 3D terrain. D&D camp isn’t just about rolling dice and battling monsters. It’s about building friendships, igniting creativity, and discovering the power of your imagination. It’s about stepping into a world where anything is possible.

July 15-19: Ages 10-13 Cost: $350/week 9:00am-3:00pm



Recycled Fashion Camp is a one-of-a-kind learning experience where young creatives will explore the different facets of DIY fashion using recycled materials without a sewing machine, with the goal of showcasing their finished garments in a student run fashion show. Each day breaks down into multiple lessons where students will put their skills to the test with courses like upcycling accessories, elevating tie dye, and fun games inspired by styling a look with second hand materials. By the end, Campers will have explored the basics of design, styling, fashion drawing, hand sewing, methods of dying clothing, as well as learning about the history of runway fashion!

July 22-26: Ages 12-15 Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm

Fiber ARTs Camp

Fiber art characterizes original work made with fibers or other fabric materials using a wide range of techniques including some of the oldest methods of textile making. Intro to Fiber Art & Design is a skills-based learning course where young creatives will work in different methods of fiber art and textile making, building skills through engaging projects. By the end of the week, students will have experimented with methods including felting, eco printing, embroidery, and more while learning the origins of each method. This is NOT your granny’s quilting class. Young Creatives will learn how to implement these methods in contemporary ways, learning from an experienced fiber artist whose work is in experimental soft sculpture.

July 29-August 2: Ages 8-11 Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm

Squish and Ink

We’ll have a 100% chance of getting messy during this week as we explore both clay and printing!  The first day, we will Squish– make pinch pots, coil pots and slab mugs. The next few days we will Ink– use printmaking tools to print our own cards, bags and t-shirts.  It will be a super busy week of creative production in both mediums (ceramics and printmaking) that will no doubt leave you going home with a full box of amazing stuff.

Two 1 week sessions: July 29 – August 2: Ages 8-14 Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm

August 5-9: Agas 8-14 Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm


During this program, campers will learn a beginner level combination of classic ballet steps and tumbling. They will play dance/movement games and learn partnering skills. Students will also complete a craft.

July 8-12: Ages 3-7  Cost: $250/week 9:00am-12:00


This offering will have campers participating in a variety of dance styles including conditioning, ballet, tap, jazz, modern, hip hop, cheer dance, musical theater, ballroom, acro, and more! If your child loves to dance, or if they are trying to figure out what kind of dance they love, this camp is for them!

July 22-26: Ages 6-14  Cost: $350/week 9:00am-3:00pm

Enchanted Royalty Dance camp

Does your child dream of being a dancing prince or princess? We help make that dream come true! Dancers will learn the basics of ballet, tap and creative movement. They will create a royal wand and tiara along with other royal crafts and have fun with music at the same time.

July 29-August 2: Ages 3-7  Cost: $250/week 9:00am-12:00

Pop Dance/Acro Camp

This high-energy camp will have the participants dancing like their favorite superstar!! Each day they will learn basic movements and combinations to their favorite pop artist’s music, as well as beginner/intermediate Acro Skills. Students will be able to perform a full pop dance routine and showcase their acro skills by the last day. 

August 5-9: Ages 7-13  Cost: $250/week 9:00am-12:00

Rock band camp

Campers will spend the week forming a band with their fellow campers where they will create a band name, write a song together and perform it live at the end of the week. We’ll learn about chords, melodies, how to count like a musician and how to perform like a rock star. In addition to our musical fun, campers will have time to enjoy outdoor activities/games and make tie-dye shirts and band logos. No previous musical experience is necessary. Instruments offered include guitar, bass, drums, keys and vocals. 

July 22-26: Ages 7-12 Cost: $350/week 9:00am-3:00pm


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Campers can immerse themselves in programming, coding, art, engineering, and design.


Game Design

Has your child ever wanted to build their own games or apps? Do they love Roblox or Minecraft? Well, this is the camp for them! In this course, campers will learn the skills of a coder through conceiving, designing, and creating their own mobile app games. The resulting games can be shared online and texted to friends for them to play on their phones. It’s a great way to combine learning with fun with becoming a game developer. Campers don’t need any previous experience or special software to take this: all they need is their creativity and a laptop if they have one. (If they do not have their own laptop a computer will be provided for them.) In partnership with Vineyard App Camps.

Two 1 Week Programs: June 24-28: Ages 9-12  Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm

July 22-26: Ages 9-12. Cost: $375/week 9:00am-3:00pm


Welcome to a week of Minecraft. Campers will become part of a team to build civilizations and see who’s world can progress the fastest. Campers will plan their designs with their teams before they build, and execute their plans as a group, working together to overcome engineering challenges. On top of that, they’ll have a lot of fun playing and exploring in this exciting gameworld.  No account or computer required.

Two 1 Week Programs: July 8-12: Ages 8-12  Cost: $375.00 9:00am-3:00pm

July 15-19: Ages 8-12  Cost: $375.00 9:00am-3:00pm


Cyber Security and Hacking

Have you ever wanted to be a hacker? Or wanted to learn how to code? On the Internet these days, it’s important to understand how hackers work, so you can stay safe from them. In this specialty camp, you will learn how to “hack” through fun coding (and code-breaking) games. You’ll learn about the three main methods hackers use, hack fake websites we set up, and learn how to stay safe online. Get ready to have fun breaking things! In partnership with Vineyard App Camps.

July 29-August 2: Ages 8-11  Cost: $375.00/week 9:00am-3:00pm


Coding: build your own app

Have you ever wanted to make your own websites and apps? In this hands-on coding and tech club, you’ll learn the skills of a coder and the mindset of an entrepreneur through building apps – your own app and also an app for local nonprofits. You’ll build apps and games every week in the course and work on real web apps. Previous students have been covered in multiple local news outlets for apps they’ve built for homeless shelters, veterinarians, and local climate nonprofits! In partnership with Vineyard App Camps.

August 5-9: Ages 8-12  Cost: $375.00 9:00am-3:00pm


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The most fun way to learn is at a Summer at St. Andrew’s camp!


Science Explorations

Have you ever wondered why the sky was blue? Or perhaps certain materials burn while others melt? Or even why trees lose their leaves in the winter time? To have these and any other questions answered, join Mr Reilly for a week of exploration in science! This is a student centered course where we uncover a few of the many mysteries in science and attempt to answer all of your burning questions! This course will take place both inside and outside the classroom. Students will learn practical lab science skills in addition to engaging content across multiple science disciplines. The topics covered will be a mix of biology, chemistry and physics with plenty of experiment opportunities and engaging trips off site. We hope to see you there!

July 15-19, Ages 11-16  Cost $375/week

Spanish Immersion

Come and have fun while you learn Spanish. ¡Hablemos Español! is a program in which you will be immersed in the language and learn through everyday activities. Through crafts, music, dancing, cooking, theater, and adventures guided by Profesoras Latinas you will see how easy it can be to learn a new language and have great experiences. Come and join us and  Let’s speak Spanish!

Two one week programs: July 1-3, (No camp on July 4 & 5) Ages 8-12  Cost: $210.00/week 9:00am-3:00pm

July 29-August 2 Ages 8-12  Cost: $350.00/week 9:00am-3:00pm

Chess camp

St. Andrew’s School is partnering with Chess Master Connections (CMC) in offering a one-week-long chess camp for beginning to advanced players, ages 5-14. The staff is comprised of World Champions, International Masters, and enthusiastic instructors.

CMC instructors have inspired and delighted their students with gifted, fun chess instruction. The life skills of winning and losing well, creating a plan and following it, focusing on your and your opponent’s actions, and the importance of creativity are all masterfully imparted throughout their instruction.

Throughout CMC’s instruction, many young students are now ranking #1 in the USA in their age division, many have become Masters while still in high school, and some others have achieved the dream of playing in the youth World Championship. 

Chess Camp has both a half day and full day option.

July 29-August 2, Ages 5-14  Cost $295/week Half Day, $425/week Full Day

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We can’t wait to meet you!



CampOUT is a seven day/six night residential summer camp program for queer identifying youth. We welcome kids aged 14-17 from across the US to spend time in a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment, where they can build confidence in their identities. Campers will participate in classic camp activities ranging from sports, visual arts, swimming, kayaking, hiking, and rock climbing, all while surrounded by like minded peers and counselors. Have fun in the water, test yourself on the ropes course, climb to new heights, express your true self with dance and art. Find your people. Find yourself. Build a community.

Along with all of these great activities, we’ll also discuss social justice issues in the queer community, gender identity and expression, LGBTQ history, and ways to be active and organized in camper’s local communities.

One week program – residential: August 11-17  Ages 14-17 Cost: $1,000/week

More information to be posted soon.

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