Our summer camp provides ages 3 – 10 with unique and exciting experiences in the arts, environmental sciences, sports, and open-ended play.  A low-ropes course and optional weekly bus trips to the Rosendale pool gets kids moving. Our idyllic 9-acre campus features a pond for wildlife exploration, a nature trail & bird sanctuary, sports fields, and “Popo Village,” where children use natural resources to build shelters and imaginary worlds.

Please click here for our 2017 High Meadow Summer Camp brochure

2017 Summer Camp Details

Schedule:

Ages: 3-10
Time: 9 am- 4 pm
Days: Monday-Friday

  • Week 1: June 26 - June 30
  • Week 2: July 3 - July 7
  • Week 3: July 10 - July 14
  • Week 4: July 17 - July 21
  • Week 5: July 24 - July 28

Rate:

Weekly: $385*

Multi-Week Discount:

  • 2 weeks: $750
  • 3 weeks: $1,080
  • 4 weeks: $1,360
  • 5 weeks: $1,575

Daily Drop-in: $85

* Early Bird Discount: Register by April 15, 2017 for 2 or more weeks and save $100.


 

Wayfinder Experience
at High Meadow School

 

Full Day Program:

Ages: 8-15
Time: 8:30am- 3:30 pm
Days: Monday-Friday

  • Week 1: July 31 - August 4
  • Week 2: August 7 - August 11

Rate:

  • One week: $385
  • Two weeks: $750

Take a look at our 2017 High Meadow Summer Camp brochure for details and complete offerings. If you have questions about any of our programs, call us at (845) 687-4855 or email us at contact@highmeadowschool.org.

Summer Camp Staff

 

Cindy McNabb

Cindy is the Head Kindergarten teacher at HMS and will be in charge of all things crafty! High Meadow is proud that our surrounding area is so rich with artistic heritage and we celebrate that in our summer camp art projects. Campers will be immersed in daily arts and crafts projects, including tie-dying, bracelet making, painting, sculpting, ceramics, and so much more! High Meadow's beautiful art studio is jam packed with supplies for a summer full of artful inspiration. Young imaginations are encouraged here!

 

Bill Brantmeyer

Bill, the Physical Education teacher and Health Educator at High Meadow, is our summer camp go-to guy for all sports and games! Whether it's capture the flag, soccer, obstacle courses, basketball, badminton  or whatever else you can dream up, Bill is game. Each morning, before the weather heats up, Bill will lead campers in age-appropriate activities to get everyone moving. His focus will be on team building and cooperative play. Our campus has a low-ropes challenge course which is a great way to build camaraderie and make new friends!

 

LindaBrook Guenther

LindaBrook is a High Meadow teacher's assistant and coordinator of our sustainability/farming initiatives. LindaBrook will show campers how to look at their world through the lens of sustainability, science, and outdoor exploration. Her extensive experience as a farmer and outdoor educator is a thrilling addition to our summer program. A typical day might include a stroll down to our science pond to catch some frogs, a trek through our 9-acre bird sanctuary to spot wildlife, or a walk to "Popo Village," a place where campers can build shelters from forest debris and create worlds from their own imaginations! Campers will also tend our campus garden and harvest vegetables throughout the summer. Little hands like to get dirty...and what a great way to do it!