Summer at Greenwich Academy is magical. Girls and boys explore nearly every inch of our 39-acre campus. There are opportunities for learning, for exploration, for discovery, and most of all, for fun.
Registration for Summer 2018 will open in January.
- Greenwich Academy Summer Enrichment Program encourages girls and boys to imagine, discover, and create. All classes are held during the month of June as half-day or full-day sessions.
- Greenwich Academy Athletic Program offers summer camps run by the coaches that lead the school's powerhouse athletic teams. All sessions are held in the month of June, and are open to girls of all ages.
- Greenwich Academy Creative Writing Program strengthens middle school writers' skills, passion, and enthusiasm for writing. Students may participate in all three weeks of the writing institute or customize their experience by choosing one or two weeks.
Greenwich Academy Summer Language Institute is a two-week project-based language education and cultural exploration program which employs a progressive methodology with engaging courseware designed by Middlebury Interactive Languages. Students develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills as they engage with each other within a culturally authentic immersion environment.
Greenwich Academy Summer Dance Intensive classes are taught by Becky Radway and Becky Radway Dance Projects company members, and include contemporary modern technique, conditioning, repertory, composition, and partnering. The week concludes with an informal performance by participants and BRDP members for family and friends.
- ESF Camps at Greenwich Academy offer a variety of Day, Sports, Technology, and Specialty summer programs with 60+ activities for girls & boys ages 3-16. At ESF, cutting-edge, award-winning programs with time-honored camp traditions are coupled with an experienced and dynamic staff. Full and half day options available along with 1-9 week sessions.
i2 Camp offers innovative courses with the goal of engaging middle school children in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Partnering with MIT, Harvard, the American Museum of Natural History and other world-class STEM organizations to develop curriculum, the camp broadens a child's exposure to STEM with a wide variety of new, innovative courses not seen in traditional middle school education. Sessions are held during the month of July and are open to students entering grades 5 to 8.