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Summer Camps and Programs

Lower School Camps

  • Rising PK3 – First Graders (Four-Week-Long  Full-Day Sessions)
  • Rising Second to Fifth Graders (Four-Week-Long Full-Day Sessions)
  • Spanish Summer Adventure Camp
  • Robo Camp I – Elementary VEX-IQ League

Middle School Camps

  • Robo Camp II – Middle School VEX-IQ League

Upper School Literacy

  • The College Essay (Two Hour Class) Rising Seniors
  • Grammar Boot Camp for Upper School (Three Hour Class) Grades Nine through Twelve

Upper School Test Prep

  • Test Prep (Verbal)—ACT and SAT (Two Hour Class) Grades Nine through Twelve
  • SAT/ACT Mathematics Prep (Two Hour Class) Grades Nine through Twelve

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Lower School Camps

Rising PK3 – First Graders (Four-Week-Long  Full-Day Sessions) 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Session I: June 1 to June 5

Session II: June 8 to June 12

Session III: June 15 to June 19

Session IV: June 22 to June 26 

CSN's Summer Camp for children three to six-years-old is a thoughtfully planned extension of the school year that focuses on students entering PreK3 through rising first grade. Our classes are taught by CSN early childhood teachers and offer a small group setting for students to focus on academic, social-emotional, and extra-curricular activities. Our teachers know exactly what is needed to best prepare students for their next grade levels and, therefore, focus the summer curriculum on the concepts that will best prepare students for the upcoming school year, as well as stretch and enrich students that are ready for advanced concepts and instruction. 

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Rising Second to Fifth Graders (Four-Week-Long Full-Day Sessions) 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Session I: June 1 to June 5

Session II: June 8 to June 12

Session III: June 15 to June 19

Session IV: June 22 to June 26

Our second through fifth grade Day Camp is an exciting opportunity for students to enjoy an extension to the school year with our very own CSN teachers! Our day camp activities provide campers with many wonderful learning opportunities in the areas of literacy, math, art and PE!!! Our teachers know exactly what is needed to best prepare students for their next grade levels and, therefore, focus the summer curriculum on the concepts that will best prepare students for the upcoming school year, as well as stretch and enrich students that are ready for advanced concepts and instruction.

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Upper School Literacy

The College Essay (Two Hour Class) Rising Seniors

Session I (June 1 – June 12)

8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Instructor: Ms. Kasye Beza
Location: O-13

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Instructor:  Ms. Cait O’Brien
Location:  O-12

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Instructor Mr. Phimister

Location: O-17

 

Session II, 10::0 to 12:00, Ms. O'Brien, online

Session II (June 15 – June 26)

8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Instructor: Mr. Craig Phimister
Location: O-17

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Instructor: Ms. O'Brien

Location: online

Every fall, seniors experience unimaginable pressure to complete college applications during a time that should be fun and memorable.  Throw in high-level classes and extracurricular activities, and it’s no wonder that many students look back on their senior year as a time of frustration, worry, and disappointment.  One way seniors can avoid this unhappy scenario is to complete their college applications’ personal statements during the summer.  The College Essay provides a calm, productive environment in which students work one-on-one with Upper School English faculty and other seniors.  By focusing on the Six Traits of Writing (ideas, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and organization), students produce polished essays that respond to both Common Application and school-specific writing prompts.  Class sizes are capped, so rising seniors should sign up for their preferred time as soon as possible to secure a spot. 

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Grammar Boot Camp for Upper School (Three Hour Class) Grades Nine through Twelve

Session I (June 1 – June 12)

12:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Instructor: Mr. Craig Phimister

Location: O-17

Students preparing for standardized tests, the Advanced Placement courses, and the college application process know as well as anyone that details matter.  One who can produce a well-worded essay in a short period of time unlocks the doors barred to those of lesser ability, and seemingly insignificant details such as subject/verb agreement, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency may make the difference between acceptance to one’s college of choice or enrollment at a safety school.  Grammar Boot Camp for Upper School fine-tunes students’ abilities and helps them produce college-level work in time-efficient ways.  These two weeks of focused, productive work will pay dividends for years to come.

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Upper School Test Prep

Test Prep (Verbal)—ACT and SAT (Two Hour Class) Grades Nine through Twelve

Session I (June 1 – June 12)

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Instructor: Ms. Cait O’Brien
Location: O-12

Test prep is…fun?!! Yes!  It IS fun to go into the test knowing what the test makers want and how you can use that knowledge to achieve your best score.  This course will help you prepare for the verbal sections of both the ACT and the SAT.  See the Mathematics section for this course’s complement:  SAT/ACT Math Prep.  

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SAT/ACT Mathematics Prep (Two Hour Class) Grades Nine through Twelve

Session I (June 1 – June 12)
12:30 – 2:30 PM

Instructor: Mr. John Neumann
Location: O-15 (Upper School)

Learn the skills and strategies needed to successfully navigate the mathematics sections of the ACT, SAT, and PSAT.  Mathematics skills and general test-taking strategies will be covered in this course.  A mathematics specialist will work with students on practice questions that include knowledge of algebra and geometry.  See the English/Language Arts section for this course’s complement:  SAT/ACT Verbal Prep.

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