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  • Fun in the Sun at the Steward Summer Experience




The Steward Summer Experience is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2024. Join us for a summer of fun, with more than 100 camps in arts, athletics, academics, technology, innovation, community service, and more! We offer morning and afternoon camps, as well as early morning drop off and After Care. Create a summer plan that works for your family, all at our convenient West End location. 

Traditionally, more than 50% of our campers attend other schools during the school year, so students can expect to meet new friends and reunite with familiar faces.

Registration is now open to all returning and new campers!

Junior Kindergarten & Kindergarten

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  • Afternoon Adventures (Gr. K-5)

    Field trips are taken to local places every Monday through Friday. This camp can be done separately or as part of an entire Summer Experience Day. This is a popular afternoon offering that fills up early. 
    Dates: June 10-14, June 17-21, June 24-28, July 15-19, July 22-26, July 29-August 2, August 5-9, August 12-16; 12-4 p.m.
    Cost: $205
  • Best Week of Summer (Gr. JK-5)

    To close out the summer, join us for an extra-fun, week-long extravaganza of on-campus activities and off-campus field trips. Students will meet at Steward each morning and head off for full- and half-day adventures. Examples of activities include trips to Fredericksburg FunLand or Go Ape ropes course, and other exciting opportunities in and around the Richmond area. This is our most popular camp, so sign up early!
    Date and Time: August 19-23; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
    Cost: $405
  • Bricks 4 Kidz: Nature and Animals (Gr. JK-K)

    Campers will follow model plans designed by engineers and architects as they build with LEGO® bricks. The LEGO® project kits offered will give campers the opportunity to learn STEM-based principles through fun and educational play. These camps will help children improve fine motor skills, build self-esteem, and learn important classroom lessons such as organization and following directions. Campers will also have the opportunity to explore their imaginations through free play. 

    Specifically for our youngest campers, we are offering Nature and Animals camp. Have your junior kindergarten or kindergarten child join our Junior Engineer Camp! Campers will follow model plans designed by engineers and architects as they build with DUPLO® Bricks. The camp will help children improve fine motor skills, build self-esteem, and learn important classroom lessons such as organization and following directions. Campers will also have the opportunity to explore their imaginations through free play.

    Date and Time: August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $220



  • Dance (Gr. K-2 and 3-5)

    During this camp, children will practice different styles of dance, explore creative motion, and learn ballet basics and the high-energy styles of jazz and hip hop. This is the perfect way for children to learn about dance, make new friends, and get moving! All skill levels are welcome, and no dance experience is necessary.
    Date and Time: June 10-14, August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Dream It, Build It (Gr. JK-K)

    Campers will stoke their creative passions by conducting science experiments and building models and designs. The building phase will focus on reusing real-world materials to build existing and imaginative designs. Science experiments will focus on connecting young students with the natural world while helping to engender a lifelong love of science.
    Date and Time: August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.      
    Cost: $220
  • Golf (Gr. K-5)

    Introduce campers to one of the world’s oldest games in this fun-filled camp. Campers will learn how to hit various shots, and practice driving, pitching, and putting while supervised by our expert coaches. This camp is designed for new golfers, but those who have played before will also find this camp beneficial. All equipment will be provided.
    Coaches: Overtime Athletics
    Date and Time: August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Jr. All Sports (Gr. JK-1)

    Does your young athlete love sports? In this sports camp specially designed for our littlest campers, budding athletes will enjoy an action-packed week of soccer, kickball, and other favorites. Each day will have sessions in two or more sports with an emphasis on sportsmanship and teamwork. Fundamentals will be reviewed and reinforced each day, followed by prizes and popsicles. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Jr. Detectives Agency

    Calling all gumshoes! Use school-ready skills throughout the week to explore clues, investigate, and solve. Campers will gain introductory knowledge about forensics and fun mysteries. Use problem-solving, research, and teamwork in a fun setting, working through each daily puzzle in this fun “who-dun-it” camp. Put your ultimate sleuthing skills to the test! 
    Date and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Junior Kindergarten Discovery Camp

    Prepare for entering JK in this full-day camp that simulates the traditional JK day. The camp is structured for any student preparing to begin their love of learning at the junior kindergarten level, whether they plan to attend Steward or another area school in the fall. Campers will experience the academic day and transitions. This camp will be limited in size to model our classroom experience. 
    Date and Time: June 10-14, July 15-19;  9 a.m.-4 p.m.
    Cost: $380
  • Kindergarten Discovery Camp

    Develop school-readiness skills and bridge the gap from JK/ preschool to kindergarten at this fun camp. The activities will help students feel comfortable in a new setting while introducing them to kindergarten routines. Children will explore the classroom, meet new friends, and interact with faculty. This camp is suitable for any student preparing for kindergarten and developing the skills necessary for success in school.
    Date and Time: July 22-26, July 29 - August 2;  9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Les Petit Chefs: Mini Cooking Camp (Gr. JK-K)

    Our youngest campers will learn proper techniques in the kitchen, including hygiene, safety, and cooking techniques. This camp is designed to connect children to the joy of cooking and establish a love of healthy eating. Expect your camper to want to help out at home after they spend a week in this camp making delicious and healthy recipes.
    Date and Time: August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.      
    Cost: $220
  • Little Bookworms (Gr. JK-K)

    This camp will focus on learning language arts skills specifically related to the process of reading — concepts of print, vocabulary, and writing; associating letters with sounds; and blending letter sounds to form words and sentences. Campers will explore rich literature and writing through centers, individual and small group instruction, exploration of books, and play to help with reading readiness. 
    Date and Time: June 10-14; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.      
    Cost: $220
  • Mini-Math Brains at Work (Gr. JK-K)

    Mini-Math Brains at Work is for all young mathematicians. Campers will learn basic addition and subtraction, graphing, telling time, fractions, word problems, and money. Campers will have plenty of time for fun with education-based play and will develop math skills to help with future STEAM success.
    Date and Time: June 24-28; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.      
    Cost: $220
  • Nature Play Camp (Gr. JK-2)

    Inspired by our Nature Play School program, we're introducing the Nature Play Camp. This provides a social environment for children to explore, play, and be creative in nature. Engaging in hands-on activities and enjoying free play, the camp will center around the Bryan Lab's gardens and woodlands, aiming to foster children's appreciation for and connection to the natural world.
    Date and Time: August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • School Prep Strategies (Gr. K-2)

    Activities will engage every child in developing improved handwriting and school-based skills that translate into the classroom. These groups will be FUN, but they will also improve legibility and foundational writing skills, including sensory strategies. The therapist will provide activities that are focused on preparing children for the upcoming school year and will tailor individual feedback for each child to help them reach their goals. 
    Date and Time: June 17-21 and July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Scribbles and Giggles (Gr. JK-K)

    This is a school-readiness offering that will work to acclimate your camper to components of the traditional academic curriculum at an independent or public school. The process-oriented class will promote essential school-readiness skills. Each week will build on information covered in the previous camp session; however, the camp is accessible for new students to join at any time. Structured play, outdoor time, and crafts will be included as essential components of this camp to help your little one learn. 
    Time: 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220

    Once Upon a Time – June 10-14
    …in a land far, far away…! Join us as we explore timeless classics and new-age folk tales. Bring your favorite storybook characters to life in this imaginative and fantastical camp. And they’ll ride into the sunset happily ever after! 

    Numbers Rock!  – June 17-21
    Come join us for a rockin’ week full of numbers! Our counting campers will explore numbers through arts and crafts activities! Numbers Rock will expose campers to number values, patterns, and counting!

    Blast Off! – June 24-28
    3, 2, 1…blast off! Suit up for a mission to the International Space Station or train for a landing on the moon. Campers will explore and learn as we travel through space looking for planets, black holes, aliens, and galaxies in this thrilling new camp!

    Happy Camper – July 15-19
    Come gather ‘round the campfire! Campers will dive into books, games, and arts and crafts all about camping, like map skills, making a “campfire” and exploring the outdoors. Have your child learn what it's like to be a real camper!

    Magical Creatures – July 22-26
    Unicorns and dragons and fairies, oh my! Come get magical with us as we learn about mythical creatures and even dream up our own. Campers will dive into books, games, and arts and crafts riddled with mermaids, ogres, and yetis!

    Deep Blue Sea – July 29-August 2
    “Water” you doing the week of July 29?! Dive into the deep blue sea with us as we get to know many of the creatures that live in the ocean. Campers will dive into books, educational videos, and arts and crafts to learn all about the vast ocean network that is home to orcas, seahorses, and guppies. We’re “shore” your child will “reel-y” love it!

    ABCs– August 5-9
    Discover the magic of letters and colors at our Alphabet Camp! Unleash your child’s creativity as they explore through a hands-on artistic journey! From A to Z, each day brings a new letter and more art!  

    Buggin’ Out – August 12-16
    Join us for a week-long exploration of bugs and insects! Our campers will learn about different bug species, their habitats, and their unique characteristics through hands-on activities! Have your camper immerse themselves in the world of bugs and make new friends!
  • Soccer Shots (Gr. JK-1)

    Shoot and SCORE this summer with soccer! Each young athlete will learn new skills on the field and cultivate important values such as teamwork and good sportsmanship. Students will learn how to pass, dribble, and shoot through fun and interactive team games.
    Dates and Time: August 12 - 16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Spanish (Gr. K-2 and 3-5)

    Hola! Campers will participate in fun, engaging, and enriching activities in Spanish, from songs and games to crafts and storytelling. Whether new to the language or experienced, we will have a great time!
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Storybook Crafts (Gr. JK)

    Come join us for a morning full of storytelling and crafting! Campers will get to connect a new story each day to a fun craft. Crafts will include but are not limited to painting, cutting, and gluing. Music and movement will accompany each story. This crafty camp is for kids who love to explore new books and create new things!
    Date and Time: June 24-28; 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Summer Craft Club (Gr. K-5)

    Dive into a world of imagination and hands-on creations as campers unleash their artistic talents through individual crafts and collaborative masterpieces. Students plan, design, and create various creations. Discover your crafty side and sharpen your creativity as we design many mementos to be treasured!
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Summer Safari (Gr. JK-K)

    Summer Safari is a camp for all wildlife animal lovers. Campers will learn about animals both in captivity and in wildlife and explore their habitats. Our little zoologists will have time for fun with education-based play and exploratory crafts all about animals! 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Super Scientists (Gr. JK-K)

    Our youngest campers will enjoy the magic of science in this camp focused on experimentation. Learn about how things fly, chemical reactions, and physical science while exploring the natural world. This engaging STEAM camp is sure to delight!
    Date and Time: June 10-14; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $220

Grades 1-5

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  • Afternoon Adventures (Gr. K-5)

    Field trips are taken to local places every Monday through Friday. This camp can be done separately or as part of an entire Summer Experience Day. This is a popular afternoon offering that fills up early. 
    Dates: June 10-14, June 17-21, June 24-28, July 15-19, July 22-26, July 29-August 2, August 5-9, August 12-16; 12-4 p.m.
    Cost: $205
  • All Sports K&L (Gr. 3-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    This full-day sports camp will take place at K&L Sports in nearby Montpelier, with transportation provided to and from Steward each day. K&L Sports promotes sportsmanship and camaraderie while increasing athletic skill level, using a 6-to-1 student-to-pro ratio. Each week, the activities include tennis, basketball, baseball, horseshoes, swimming, football, soccer, whiffle ball, dodgeball, kickball, frisbee, hiking, and other field and team games. 
    Dates and Time: June 24-28 and July 15-19; 8:20 a.m.-4:20 p.m.
    Cost: $420 (includes transportation), $360 (without transportation)
  • Archery (Gr. 5-8)

    Students will safely learn the basics of archery, including range safety, shooting form, parts of the bow, and sportsmanship. During this camp, they will be able to practice with a variety of bows and learn different types of archery, all while improving their technique. The VA Archery Center provides instruction, and all equipment will be provided. 
    Dates and Time: June 24-28 and July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Baseball (Gr. 1-5 and 6-7)

    Steward’s baseball camp focuses on fundamentals and skill development with an exciting game each day, while each camper receives individualized attention and drills for continued improvement at home. The daily routine will include work on throwing, fielding, and hitting, followed by the opportunity to apply new and improved skills in the games. Each camper will leave camp a better baseball player with a focus on the fundamentals of the game.
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Best Week of Summer (Gr. JK-5)

    To close out the summer, join us for an extra-fun, week-long extravaganza of on-campus activities and off-campus field trips. Students will meet at Steward each morning and head off for full- and half-day adventures. Examples of activities include trips to Fredericksburg FunLand or Go Ape ropes course, and other exciting opportunities in and around the Richmond area. This is our most popular camp, so sign up early!
    Date and Time: August 19-23; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
    Cost: $405
  • Bob Foley’s Next Level Basketball (Gr. 1-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Next Level Basketball Camp is designed to teach all aspects of the game. Your athlete will work with Coach Foley on the basic fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, and passing and will play in 1-on-1, 3-on-3, and 5-on-5 tournaments. There will also be other games and contests with chances to win great prizes. Coach Foley’s camps are known for bringing fun and excitement to basketball. 
    Dates and Time: June 24-28, July 8-12, July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
    Cost: Cost: $275 ($255 if paid by April 1)
    To register and for more information, go to www.bobfoleybasketball.net or contact Bob Foley at (804) 387-9493 or bob@bobfoleybasketball.net. Registration must take place directly with Bob Foley Next Level Basketball and not through The Steward School.
  • Boys Lacrosse (Gr. 2-5 and 6-8)

    The boys varsity lacrosse coach and his players will teach a range of fundamental skills in a fun, competitive atmosphere with daily games and contests on the field. This popular camp differentiates itself by providing a low player-to-coach ratio in order to dedicate greater attention to every child. Points of emphasis will include correct techniques for ground balls, throwing, catching, shooting, fast breaks, unsettled offense/defense, transition, and face-offs. Campers should bring their own equipment, including a stick, helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, elbow pads, cleats, and mouthguard. Contact Coach Tyler at jetyler1022@gmail.com with any equipment questions or to borrow equipment (limited supply available). 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $200
  • Boys Soccer (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Athletes will score a great summer experience by attending the popular Steward soccer camp! They will learn all the important skills of the game, such as passing, shooting, trapping, and possession play. Camp will begin each day with a skill of the day, followed by technical training (fundamentals or skill games), and, finally, team play. 
    Dates and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Brain Gains (Gr. 3, Gr. 4, and Gr. 5)

    Refresh your camper’s memory on important knowledge to gear up for the new school year! This classroom prep camp will go over topics such as mathematics, grammar, and science so that students will be ready to jump right back into learning. This camp will include instruction, practice, and activities that will be educational and fun! In addition to academic instruction applied in a fun and engaging way, the campers will paint, play outside, and do other activities. Groups will be separated based on rising fall 2024 grade level. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 3); July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 4); and July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 5)
    Cost: $220
  • Bricks 4 Kidz (Gr. 1-5)

    Campers will follow model plans designed by engineers and architects as they build with LEGO® bricks. The LEGO® project kits offered will give campers the opportunity to learn STEM-based principles through fun and educational play. These camps will help children improve fine motor skills, build self-esteem, and learn important classroom lessons such as organization and following directions. Campers will also have the opportunity to explore their imaginations through free play. 
    Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz staff
    Cost: $220

    This year’s camp offerings are as follows:

    June 10-14; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 2-5)
    Advanced Robotics - Forces of Nature, Spike Prime Edition  Explore the different Forces of Nature with this advanced robotics camp, which will lean a little more toward coding than building. Campers will work on programming techniques, educational play, and fine motor skills! 

    June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 1-5)
    Pocket Brick Monsters - This pocket brick monster-themed camp will focus on making brick monsters. Campers will learn STEM-based principles, improve fine motor skills, and explore their imaginations! 

    June 24-28; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 1-5) 
    Roblocks - This creative camp will focus on building with model plans designed by engineers and architects. Campers will explore axles and motors, improve fine motor skills, and explore their imaginations! 

    July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 1-5)
    Junior Robotics - Nature vs. Animals - This Junior Robotics camp will center around animals and things that live in nature. Campers will learn STEM-based principles, improve fine motor skills, and explore their imaginations! 

    July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. or 1-4 p.m. (Gr. 1-5) 
    Cruisin’ the Jungle - This camp will be centered around the jungle. Campers will learn STEM-based principles, improve fine motor skills, and explore their imaginations! 

    July 29- August 2: 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 2-5)
    Advanced Robotics - Amusement Park Builder - This advanced robotics camp will lean more toward coding than building. Campers will learn STEM-based principles, improve fine motor skills, and explore their imaginations! 

    August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 1-5) 
    Junior Robotics - Super Hero Academy - This superhero-themed camp will focus on building with model plans designed by engineers and architects. Campers will explore axles and motors, improve fine motor skills, and explore their imaginations! 

    August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 2-5)
    Mysterious Case of the Missing Master Builder -  This mystery-themed camp will focus on building and solving clues. Campers will go through a story and get new clues each day to build. They will learn STEM-based principles, improve fine motor skills, and explore their imaginations! 

    August 12-16; 1-4 p.m. (Gr. 1-5)
    Jurassic Brick Land - Have your child travel back to the time when Dinosaurs ruled the Earth! Campers will follow model plans designed by engineers and architects as they build with LEGO® Bricks. Our LEGO® project kits offer campers the opportunity to learn STEM-based principles through fun, educational play.
  • Cartooning Camp (Gr. 3-5)

    In Cartooning Camp, campers will learn the definition, history, and key elements of creating successful cartoons. They will learn to draw cartoon characters through guided drawing and live demonstrations. They will develop their own original cartoon character. Finally, they will create an original graphic novel or comic strip using newfound cartooning skills!  
    Date and Time: July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Championship Girls Basketball (Gr. 3-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    State-champion coach Kara Bacile will lead your athlete through basic fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, and passing while focusing on individual skills as well as team play. Campers will have fun learning the technical, physical, and strategic skills of basketball in an appropriate way based on skill level. Players will work on drills and scrimmage as 2 v 2, 3 v 3, and full games. Whether new to the sport or experienced, campers will definitely leave as better players.
    Dates and Time: August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Cheerleading (Gr. 2-8)

    Do you have spirit? Let's hear it! Catch the spirit of cheerleading as you join The Steward School cheerleaders and coaches for a week of fun. Campers will not only learn cheers and dances but will also work on the fundamentals of cheerleading, including basic motions, jumps, and stunts with an emphasis on safety. Campers will showcase what they learn when they perform a mini-routine for parents and guests at the week’s end. 
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Codemoji: Code It! (Gr. 3-5)

    Codemoji’s Code It program’s mission is simple: teach students to enjoy all things related to coding and the web while building problem-solving and creative thinking skills. Our teachers deliver clear and entertaining instruction to ensure students have fun while learning complex coding skills using emojis that represent HTML text, which lowers the barriers to new coders and increases their excitement and understanding of computer science. Students build animations, websites, and video games; explore multiple coding languages; program robots; create STEM-based projects both online and offline; and are encouraged to share their projects when they get home. Students also work with interactive circuit boards to understand the basics of currents and work with their teacher to build a handful of fun, hands-on projects.
    Date and Time: June 24 - 28 and July 15-19;  9 a.m.-12 p.m.; July 22-July 26 and August 5-9; 1-4 p.m.   
    Cost: $220
  • Codemoji: Game On! (Gr. 3-5)

    Does your student want to learn more about how video games work? In Game On, students will take their skills to the next level while learning about coding basics. During the week, students will be introduced to coding languages and how game animations are made while utilizing their new knowledge to create mini-games, including “Shark Eats Fish,” “Treasure Hunt,” and more!
    Date and Time: July 29-August 2; 1-4 p.m. and August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $220
  • Codemoji: Junior Coding (Gr. 1-2)

    Students will learn the basics of coding and computer science as they collaborate to program robots to complete tasks, work with emojis as they dive into the online Codemoji platform, and participate in offline unplugged coding activities and games. The Codemoji Coder program will challenge students as they advance through HTML, CS, and JS coding basics and promote the desire to continue their coding learning outside of the classroom. 
    Date and Time: June 24-28 and July 15-19; 1-4 p.m.; July 22-26 and July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $220
  • Create! (Gr. 2-5)

    Do you have a creative camper? Then they will love this Create Camp! Through open-ended activities, campers will get to work on their very own projects and crafts throughout the week.  Campers will have access to an abundance of materials so they can set their creativity free!
    Date and Time: July 15-19;  1 p.m.- 4 p.m. 
    Cost: $220
  • Dance (Gr. K-2 and 3-5)

    During this camp, children will practice different styles of dance, explore creative motion, and learn ballet basics and the high-energy styles of jazz and hip hop. This is the perfect way for children to learn about dance, make new friends, and get moving! All skill levels are welcome, and no dance experience is necessary.
    Date and Time: June 10-14, August 5-9; (Gr. K-2) 9 a.m.-12 p.m., June 10-14, August 5-9; (Gr. 3-5) 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Discover Karate for Kids (Gr. 2-5)

    The Budo Center uses modern karate as a vehicle to increase balance, coordination, confidence, respect, and focus and to enhance goal-setting characteristics. This program consists of basic kicks, punches, blocks, stances, and forms, all while safely having FUN! The Budo Center's courses are designed to instill confidence and build a solid foundation in life for every student by assisting them in achieving a healthy mind, body, and spirit. 
    Date and Time: August 5-9, August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $200
  • Field Hockey (Gr. 3-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    Learn the fundamentals of field hockey in this immersive camp. Whether new to the game or previously experienced, this camp will help expose young athletes to one of history’s oldest sports. The camp will take place outdoors, but campers will also learn indoor hockey skills to develop well-rounded abilities. 
    Dates and Time: June 10-14; 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Flag Football (Gr. 3-5)

    Enjoy flag football skill development, contests, game situational strategy, and, most importantly, tournament-style play! Games, games, and more games is the centerpiece of our philosophy on how players can improve and increase students’ love of the sport at the same time. The proven curriculum and programming formula allow us to roll through the day, weaving high-intensity and low-impact activities together so that every type of kid has their moment to shine. 
    Coaches: Overtime Athletics 
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Full Steam Ahead (Gr. 2-3 and 4-5)

    Refresh your campers’ skills in this math and science camp this summer! For one week, students will engage in learning both math and science that will help prepare them for the upcoming year. This camp will include interactive games and real-life scenarios that will make learning easy and fun. 
    Date and Time: July 29-August 2 (Gr. 4-5) 9 a.m.-12 p.m; July 29-August 2 (Gr. 2-3) 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Gamified Learning (Gr. 3-5)

    Join us for a math-based camp filled with games and learning! Campers can transform their learning by applying gaming strategies to improve overall engagement with the content. With fan favorites like Kahoot and Gimkit, campers will be able to refresh their math skills while participating in fun games to stay engaged! 
    Date and Time: August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Girls Lacrosse (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    Learn the fundamentals of lacrosse with Lisa Moore, Steward’s varsity lacrosse coach. Girls will learn techniques for shooting, passing, and on- and off-ball movement and will develop a love for the game of lacrosse. Campers should bring their own equipment, including a stick, gloves, cleats, and mouthguards. Limited supply of equipment will be available to new campers. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $200
  • Girls Soccer (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Athletes will score a great summer experience by attending the popular Steward Soccer Camp! They will learn all the important skills of the game, such as passing, shooting, trapping, and possession play. Camp will begin each day with a skill of the day, followed by technical training (fundamentals or skill games), and, finally, team play. 
    Dates and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Golf (Gr. K-5)

    Introduce campers to one of the world’s oldest games in this fun-filled camp. Campers will learn how to hit various shots and practice driving, pitching, and putting while supervised by our expert coaches. This camp is designed for new golfers, but those who have played before will also find this camp beneficial. All equipment will be provided.
    Coaches: Overtime Athletics
    Date and Time: August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Itty Bitty Yogis: Pose, Run & Have Fun! (Gr. 1-2)

    Join Itty Bitty Yogis for a week of yoga play and mindfulness fun! Your camper will spend the week balancing their bodies and brains as they discover yoga through yoga-inspired games, yoga stories, partner poses, and mindfulness crafts. This is not your typical yoga camp! Our campers will pose, run, and have some fun as they learn all about yoga and mindfulness in an engaging environment.  
    Date and Time: July 15-19 and July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. or 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Jewelry Making (Gr. 3-5 and 6-8))

    During this class, students will learn how to create beautiful handmade jewelry from professional designer Kathy Karmolinski. In this beading class, students will learn jewelry-making techniques and complete several projects, including earrings, bracelets, and necklaces. All students are welcome, regardless of experience with jewelry making and crafting.
    Date and Time: August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. 3-5)
    Cost: $220
  • Jr. All Sports (Gr. JK-1)

    Does your young athlete love sports? In this sports camp specially designed for our littlest campers, budding athletes will enjoy an action-packed week of soccer, kickball, and other favorites. Each day will have sessions in two or more sports with an emphasis on sportsmanship and teamwork. Fundamentals will be reviewed and reinforced each day, followed by prizes and popsicles. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Jr. Drone Prep (Gr. 1-2)

    Ever dream of flying a drone? From flying to rolling to jumping, this camp will teach you all about flying drones! With safety in mind, your camper will be given unique tasks and challenges to navigate through, around, and over obstacles. Communication, teamwork, and creativity will be needed! This hands-on, immersive camp will be educational and fun for your child all week long.
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $220
  • KidsActive Outdoor Adventure Camp (Gr. 1-5)

    Time to get out and explore! This camp will focus on learning about plants and wildlife, spending quality time outside, and having fun. Campers will get to play games, make crafts, and get a close-up look at the world. Featuring exciting trips to trails, the James River, and more, students will leave this camp with a new love for all the outdoors has to offer!
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $250
  • Math Brains at Work (Gr. 1-2)

    This camp is filled with games and activities to engage every rising first- and second-grader's math brain! The best way to learn and practice math is by using concrete materials, manipulatives, and real-life situations; a fun, effective way to do this is through playing math games. At the end of the week, each camper will take home a folder full of learning games and manipulatives to continue building math confidence.
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Melody Magic: Music Adventure (Gr. 1-4)

    Beginning music students will experiment with multiple different instruments to try a variety of music styles. In-class use of piano, guitar, ukulele, and percussion are included in this camp. Each day will focus on different instruments and different music styles so that your child will leave this camp with more knowledge and appreciation for music. 
    Date and Time: July 29-August 2, August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Music Through the Ages (Gr. 1-5)

    Come and learn the fundamentals of string instruments, music, and rhythm all in one week! This camp will include fun activities, practice, and introductory lessons in the ukulele. Participants will have the opportunity to learn to play songs as a group and individually. Campers will discover a new passion for music and learn the basics of rhythm and musical theory. The last day of camp will feature an informal recital. 
    Date and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Nature PLay Camp (Gr. JK-2)

    Inspired by our Nature Play School program, we're introducing the Nature Play Camp. This provides a social environment for children to explore, play, and be creative in nature. Engaging in hands-on activities and enjoying free play, the camp will center around the Bryan Lab's gardens and woodlands, aiming to foster children's appreciation for and connection to the natural world.
    Date and Time: August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Open for Business (Gr. 3-5)

    Do you have a young entrepreneur who wants to take their ideas to the next level? Campers will develop their own business ideas and turn them into tangible concepts. Campers will use their green thumbs and recyclable materials to create their products. Aspiring entrepreneurs will pitch their ideas, gain innovative thinking skills, and learn what it takes to run a business!
    Date and Time: June  10-14; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Paint and Pottery (Gr. 3-8)

    Join us for a two-week exploration of these wonderful art forms. The first week will focus on several different hand-building techniques in clay. We will also draw inspiration from famous artists to paint as students let their creativity shine through their in-depth projects. 
    Date and Time: TWO-WEEK CAMP July 15-19 and July 22-26, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $390 (includes supplies)
  • Painter's Paradise (Gr. 1-2)

    This exciting camp is designed for participants to explore a variety of paint application techniques through a series of fun projects. Campers will bring home several unique art pieces and learn about color blending and technique. A week of pure bliss for art lovers, Painter’s Paradise is sure to make a mark this summer!
    Date and Time: August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Play, Test, Repeat (Gr. 4-6)

    Students will dive into the world of board game design — learning about the various types of games that exist, how they are created, and how they are improved through playtesting. Students will use their imagination, communication, and critical thinking skills to create their very own board game from start to finish. Take a break from technology and learn how to create your own source of fun! 
    Date and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • RVA Chess and Board Games Camp (Gr. 3-5)

    Chess RVA teaches your child how to play chess and become a better player. Playing chess helps kids think more clearly and improves math and reading skills. Classes include both instruction and supervised play. Chess RVA offers all the tools you will need to introduce chess to beginners or guide the more experienced player toward competitive play. Other board games such as Backgammon, Blokus, Mancala, Q-bitz, and Set will be used to help expand the strategic mind.
    Date and Time: June 24-28 and August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • School Prep Strategies (Gr. K-2)

    Activities will engage every child in developing improved handwriting and school-based skills that translate into the classroom. These groups will be FUN, but they will also improve legibility and foundational writing skills, including sensory strategies. The therapist will provide activities that are focused on preparing children for the upcoming school year and will tailor individual feedback for each child to help them reach their goals. 
    Date and Time: June 17-21 and July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Sewing Camp (Gr. 3-5)

    Your child can make multiple new projects this week, all while improving their skills and having fun. Campers will have the option to choose from several different projects. Beginner-level projects will include pillows, key chains, and a sleep mask. All skill levels are welcome!
    Date and Time: June 10-14; 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Soccer Shots (Gr. JK-1)

    Shoot and SCORE this summer with soccer! Each young athlete will learn new skills on the field and cultivate important values such as teamwork and good sportsmanship. Students will learn how to pass, dribble, and shoot through fun and interactive team games.
    Dates and Time: August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Spanish (Gr. K-2 and 3-5)

    Hola! Campers will participate in fun, engaging, and enriching activities in Spanish, from songs and games to crafts and storytelling.  Whether new to the language or experienced, we will have a great time!
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (Gr. K-2) and June 24-28; 9 a.m.-12 p.m (Gr. 3-5)
    Cost: $220
  • Sports Spectacular (Gr. 2-5)

    Does your young athlete love sports? In the on-campus morning program, campers will enjoy an action-packed week of touch football, soccer, street hockey, dodgeball, and other favorites. Each day will have sessions in two or more sports with an emphasis on sportsmanship and teamwork. Fundamentals will be reviewed and reinforced each day during game time, followed by prizes, popsicles, and fun.
    Dates and Time: June 10-14, August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Stop Motion Film Production (Gr. 3-5)

    Tap into the incredible practice of stop-motion film production and learn the technique from the ground up. Using both stop motion and paper animation techniques plus scripting, students can create the stories of their choosing. Stop Motion Camp includes everything students need to create their own individual movies, including top-quality clay, fun-to-use software, cameras, and an amazing curriculum that turns anyone into a filmmaker. 
    Date and Time: June 24-28; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Summer Book Club (Gr. 2-3 and 4-5)

    Activities will include reading for a purpose through a novel study, instruction in reading strategies, independent and small-group reading with teacher coaching, and writing about reading. This will be a perfect opportunity for club members to re-engage as readers and review literacy skills before school begins. The older students will also focus on critical analysis and decoding literary themes and structures. 
    Date and Time: June 24-28 (Gr. 2-3), June 24-28 and July 22-26 (Gr. 4-5); 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Summer Craft Club (Gr. K-5)

    Dive into a world of imagination and hands-on creations as campers unleash their artistic talents through individual crafts and collaborative masterpieces. Students plan, design, and create various creations. Discover your crafty side and sharpen your creativity as we design many mementos to be treasured!
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and June 17-21; 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Take to the Skies! (Gr. 3-5)

    Learn to fly a drone and all about their importance in different real-life situations! Campers will split up into teams and face off in this action-packed camp to take on the roles of a flight squad. This camp will include a lot of fun and realistic challenges where campers can creatively outsmart their opponents and solve problems. Campers will learn all drone features and how to work with a team, take initiative, and become more confident in their skills throughout the week. 
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Tennis (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    New players, regardless of age, will be given beginning instruction, while experienced campers will be grouped with others who are striving to be competitive. Players will focus on performing drills, developing championship skills, and improving their knowledge of the sport of tennis.
    Date and Time: June 10-14; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
    Cost: $200
  • Ultimate Frisbee (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    What’s the only team sport where you need your teammates to score? It's Ultimate Frisbee! Come learn the rules and spirit of this fast-growing game, where everyone can be a quarterback and wide receiver! This camp will be coached by Andy Routzahn, former Richmond club player, division III college coach, USA Ultimate College Coordinator of the Year, and Steward third-grade teacher. 
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Virginia Outside: Adventure Fishing (Gr. 4-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    This camp teaches the entire process of fishing, from rigging rods, tying knots, and baiting hooks to driving boats with trolling motors, all while introducing campers to the great wealth of fishing opportunities the area has to offer. We have access to some fantastic private ponds where campers are assured success; the camp will split time between the ponds and the James River, where we will chase down our own river monsters (flathead and blue catfish up to 30 lbs.) right here in the city. 
    Date and Time: June 24-28, July 15-19; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cost: $595
  • Virginia Outside: Fish N’ Fun (Gr. 1-3)

    This one-week fishing camp is designed to spark interest in fishing and teach basic tactics, as well as get our younger campers outdoors and having fun. We fish in a combination of public and private ponds and reservoirs and will often find an hour to splash around in a local river in search of crayfish, frogs, and salamanders. Safety is our number one priority, so all campers will wear life jackets when in the water or on a boat. We maintain a 1-to-5 counselor-to-camper ratio to ensure every camper gets some one-on-one time each day to advance their skills. Virginia Outside provides all bait and tackle, rods and reels, and life jackets.
    Date and Time: June 17-21, July 15-19; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cost: $495
  • Virginia Outside: Mountain Biking (Gr. 3-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    Richmond has some of the best urban mountain biking trails around. Join our staff of experienced riders for a week on the trails this summer. Campers will develop beginner and intermediate mountain biking skills, including steering, shifting, hill climbing and descending, log hopping, dodging obstacles, etiquette, maintenance, safety, and more. Campers ride in the morning, take a midday break for an activity like tubing or snorkeling on the James River, and then get back on the bikes in the afternoon. We provide bikes and helmets, but campers are also welcome to bring their own. Campers should know how to ride a bike before signing up for this camp. 
    Date and Time: August 5 - 9; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cost: $625
  • Virginia Outside: Outdoor Adventure Camp (Gr. 5-8)

    Fishing, rock climbing, tubing, kayaking/canoeing, and looking under rocks in the river to see what’s there are just some of the activities in this awesome camp. We will explore the natural environment of the James River Park System and other area parks, creating a safe time for kids to be kids and enjoy time outside. Put on your outdoor clothes, tie your shoes tightly, and prepare for some adventure and excitement.
    Date and Time: June 17-21, July 22-26, July 29-August 2, August 5-9; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cost: $595
  • Virginia Outside: Young Adventurer (Gr. 2-4)

    Spend the week exploring the great outdoors! This adventure camp is a great way to introduce new activities such as fishing, hiking, indoor rock climbing, paddling, tubing, and more! Campers will also spend time creating outdoor-themed crafts and playing games! We create a safe space for kids to be kids and enjoy time outside. Having fun, learning for themselves, a progression of skill development, and building a base that your child will carry for life are just some of the things they will acquire in our wonderful outdoor playground.
    Date and Time: June 24-28, July 22-26, and July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cost: $525
  • Volleyball (Gr. 4-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Open to all experience levels, this camp will focus on the basics of volleyball, including passing, setting, hitting, and serving. Instruction will include basic fundamental techniques and team building, and game play at the end of each day will give players a chance to put their new skills to use. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Wonderful Words (Gr. 1-2)

    This full-day camp addresses the literacy needs of children at all levels of ability. Reading instruction is designed to build decoding skills, fluency, comprehension, and an understanding of how to choose appropriate reading material (“just right” books). Writing instruction is focused on the quality of storytelling and the mechanics of writing. Daily word work builds skills in phonemic awareness, phonics, spelling, and handwriting. 
    Date and Time: June 24-28; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 
    Cost: $380
  • Young Chefs Academy: Culinary Camp (Gr. 1-5)

    Campers will develop skills in cooking, kitchen safety, food preparation, ingredient sourcing, proper food handling, and presentation. Through hands-on participation, children will build life-enriching skills and experience the thrill of discovering, creating, and tasting new foods. Children eat what they create in class and take recipe copies home. Each week will feature new recipes and continue to develop skills for first-time or seasoned chefs alike!
    Dates: June 10-14, June 17-21, June 24-28, July 15-19, July 22-26, August 12-16; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $255

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  • AI Explorers (Grade 6-8)

    Join us as we explore the new world of Artificial Intelligence (AI)! With a curriculum designed by experts from MIT and Stanford and engaging inquiry-based instruction, campers will learn about the most innovative technologies of the future through coding, crafting, and hands-on activities. Develop your AI skills and look at technology in a new light!
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 1- 4 p.m.   
    Cost: $220
  • All Sports K&L (Gr. 3-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    This full-day sports camp will take place at K&L Sports in nearby Montpelier, with transportation provided to and from Steward each day. K&L Sports promotes sportsmanship and camaraderie while increasing athletic skill level, using a 6-to-1 student-to-pro ratio. Each week, the activities include tennis, basketball, baseball, horseshoes, swimming, football, soccer, whiffle ball, dodgeball, kickball, frisbee, hiking, and other field and team games. 
    Dates and Time: June 24-28 and July 15-19; 8:20 a.m.-4:20 p.m.
    Cost: $420 (includes transportation), $360 (without transportation)
  • Archery (Gr. 5-8)

    Students will safely learn the basics of archery, including range safety, shooting form, parts of the bow, and sportsmanship. During this camp, they will be able to practice with a variety of bows and learn different types of archery, all while improving their technique. The VA Archery Center provides instruction, and all equipment will be provided. 
    Dates and Time: June 24-28 and July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Baseball (Gr. 1-5 and 6-7)

    Steward’s baseball camp focuses on fundamentals and skill development with an exciting game each day, while each camper receives individualized attention and drills for continued improvement at home. The daily routine will include work on throwing, fielding, and hitting, followed by the opportunity to apply new and improved skills in the games. Each camper will leave camp a better baseball player with a focus on the fundamentals of the game.
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Bob Foley’s Next Level Basketball (Gr. 1-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Next Level Basketball camp is designed to teach all aspects of the game. Your athlete will work with Coach Foley on the basic fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, and passing and will play in 1-on-1, 3-on-3, and 5-on-5 tournaments. There will also be other games and contests with chances to win great prizes. Coach Foley’s camps are known for bringing fun and excitement to basketball. 
    Dates and Time: June 24-28, July 8-12, July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
    Cost: Cost: $275 ($255 if paid by April 1)
    To register and for more information, go to www.bobfoleybasketball.net or contact Bob Foley at (804) 387-9493 or bob@bobfoleybasketball.net. Registration must take place directly with Bob Foley Next Level Basketball and not through The Steward School.
  • Boys Lacrosse (Gr. 2-5 and 6-8)

    The boys varsity lacrosse coach and his players will teach a range of fundamental skills in a fun, competitive atmosphere with daily games and contests on the field. This popular camp differentiates itself by providing a low player-to-coach ratio in order to dedicate greater attention to every child. Points of emphasis will include correct techniques for ground balls, throwing, catching, shooting, fast breaks, unsettled offense/defense, transition, and face-offs. Campers should bring their own equipment, including a stick, helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, elbow pads, cleats, and mouthguard. Contact Coach Tyler at jetyler1022@gmail.com with any equipment questions or to borrow equipment (limited supply available). 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $200
  • Boys Soccer (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Athletes will score a great summer experience by attending the popular Steward soccer camp! They will learn all the important skills of the game, such as passing, shooting, trapping, and possession play. Camp will begin each day with a skill of the day, followed by technical training (fundamentals or skill games), and, finally, team play. 
    Dates and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Calligraphy, Cursive, and Keyboarding Gr. 6-8)

    Keyboarding, calligraphy, and cursive, oh my! Develop your keyboarding and writing skills with this engaging camp. Campers will be taught the basics of how to do calligraphy and cursive while engaging in fun activities. Students will focus on developing their typing skills, working with new writing instruments, and gaining new digital literacy skills!
    Date and time: July 22-26; 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Championship Girls Basketball (Gr. 3-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    State-champion coach Kara Bacile will lead your athlete through basic fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, and passing while focusing on individual skills as well as team play. Campers will have fun learning the technical, physical, and strategic skills of basketball in an appropriate way based on skill level. Players will work on drills and scrimmage as 2 v 2, 3 v 3, and full games. Whether new to the sport or an experienced player, campers will definitely leave as better players.
    Dates and Time: August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Cheerleading (Gr. 2-8)

    Do you have spirit? Let's hear it! Catch the spirit of cheerleading as you join The Steward School cheerleaders and coaches for a week of fun. Campers will not only learn cheers and dances but will also work on the fundamentals of cheerleading, including basic motions, jumps, and stunts with an emphasis on safety. Campers will showcase what they learn when they perform a mini-routine for parents and guests at the week’s end. 
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Community Service Sampler (Gr. 8-11)

    Part of being a good steward in the community is contributing to projects that help others. This week of service will include time spent with multiple organizations that make a significant impact on many lives. Each morning, the Steward bus will depart campus with a team of young volunteers and Steward faculty who will spend the day putting themselves to work in a meaningful way. Hours can be applied to school-required community service credit.
    Date and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 
    Cost: $385
  • Design and Create (Gr. 6-8)

    Camp participants will dive into STEAM activities and design thinking challenges, where they'll acquire essential knowledge in engineering and the art of digital storytelling. With a strong focus on interactive learning, campers will unleash their creativity, develop innovative solutions, and craft their own projects using a wide range of tools and materials, including the state-of-the-art Glowforge Laser Cutter. This camp is all about fostering hands-on design skills through the exciting blend of innovation, creativity, and technology.
    Date and Time: June 10-14; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Dungeons and Dragons (Gr. 6-9)

    Grab some dice and join your friends as we delve into dark dungeons and face off against horrifying monsters. Join us to learn to play Dungeons and Dragons, then choose a character and take part in telling an epic cooperative story of high fantasy. We’ll use creativity, strategy, and teamwork to solve puzzles, explore mazes, battle dragons, save the day, and steal the treasure. Both new and experienced players are welcome, and all necessary materials will be provided. 
    Date and Time: June 10-14, June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Field Hockey (Gr. 3-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    Learn the fundamentals of field hockey in this immersive camp. Whether new to the game or previously experienced, this camp will help expose young athletes to one of history’s oldest sports. The camp will take place outdoors, but campers will also learn indoor hockey skills to develop well-rounded abilities. 
    Dates and Time: June 10-14; 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Garden Craft Club (Gr. 6-8)

    Join us for a week full of crafts and outdoor fun! With a mix of gardening, crafting, and cooking, campers will have access to the Bryan Innovation Lab for an area to create and paint. Campers will plant, gather, and cook with foods grown from the garden. Students will get to explore nature while expanding through crafts!
    Date and time: June 24-28; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Girls Lacrosse (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    Learn the fundamentals of lacrosse with Lisa Moore, Steward’s varsity lacrosse coach. Girls will learn techniques for shooting, passing, and on- and off-ball movement and will develop a love for the game of lacrosse. Campers should bring their own equipment, including a stick, gloves, cleats, and mouthguards. Limited supply of equipment will be available to new campers. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $200
  • Girls Soccer (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Athletes will score a great summer experience by attending the popular Steward soccer camp! They will learn all the important skills of the game, such as passing, shooting, trapping, and possession play. Camp will begin each day with a skill of the day, followed by technical training (fundamentals or skill games), and, finally, team play. 
    Dates and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Global Issues Summit (Gr. 6-8)

    Join us for the Global Issues Summit and prepare to engage in a week of playful collaboration and critical thinking. Throughout the week, students will explore global issues, enhance public speaking skills, and learn to negotiate and compromise like a real-world leader. This enriching week will culminate with a summit where students will represent a country and simulate diplomatic discussions while offering solutions to address our world’s most pressing issues.
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Introduction to Python (Gr. 6-8)

    Campers will learn the basics of coding and programming in Python. Topics include assigning variables, defining functions, if/then statements, loops, and using libraries. Students will conclude the camp by creating their own coding project/game. Previous experience with block coding or basic text coding is preferred but not necessary. On completing all work, students will receive a digital certification showing they completed the introductory course.
    Date and Time: July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.    
    Cost: $220
  • Jewelry Making (Gr. 3-5 and 6-8)

    During this class, students will learn how to create beautiful handmade jewelry from professional designer Kathy Karmolinski. In this beading class, students will learn jewelry-making techniques and complete several projects, including earrings, bracelets, and necklaces. All students are welcome, regardless of experience with jewelry making and crafting.
    Date and Time: August 5-9; 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Leadership Camp (Gr. 6-9)

    Join us for the Leadership Camp and gain knowledge about how to be a great leader! Students will discover their leadership styles and areas of strength and growth through various activities. Campers will engage in team-building activities, leadership games, and interactive workshops exploring topics like problem-solving, public speaking, and conflict resolution.
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Make Dollars Make Sense (Gr. 6-8)

    Campers in this session will learn the basics of financial literacy through math and play-based lessons, simulating real-life situations. Students will learn budgeting, fundamentals of economics, managing finances, and opening their own businesses. Campers will manage their own portfolios and budgets throughout the week. 
    Date and Time: July 29- August 2; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Middle School Insider (Gr. 6)

    Preparing for the transition into middle school is one of the most significant first steps to ensuring a successful middle school experience. Session participants will learn skills to support time management, organization, note-taking, and test preparation. Additionally, techniques for effective communication with peers and teachers will be reviewed. While there is no “one size fits all approach,” students will have a greater peace of mind as they begin middle school. 
    Date and Time: July 29-August 2; 1-4 p.m. 
    Cost: $220
  • Middle School Maker Camp (Gr. 6-8)

    Come spend a week in our state-of-the-art makerspace and get creative with Tinkercad and Thingiverse to create a 3-D print! We will also dive into Silhouette Cameo software to create custom vinyl stickers, use sewing machines to make a fabric bookmark, work with Canva and the button maker to create custom buttons, and use LEGO® bricks and cardboard to create a stop-motion movie! You won’t want to miss this project-heavy experience.
    Date and Time: July 22-26; 1-4 p.m. 
    Cost: $220
  • Middle School Math (Gr. 6-8)

    Regardless of what level of math class your child is entering, we have a math camp that will suit their needs — one class will focus on general math, and another will be geared toward students who are entering Pre-Algebra and Algebra I.
    Date: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $220
  • Middle School Science Exploration (Gr. 6-8)

    An immersive camp offering an in-depth and fun look at science from the ground up. Campers will learn about geology, chemistry, and microscopes and engage in exciting hands-on experiments. They will explore many areas of our beautiful campus as they expand upon their love of science through enriching activities. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Oh Snap! Photography Camp (Gr. 6-12)

    Aspiring shutterbugs will learn about the exposure triangle, white balance, resolution, and megapixels. We’ll discuss how to capture an image that speaks a thousand words. Daily adventures coupled with in-class discussions will help you master your camera settings and develop a creative eye. Students should bring a digital camera with manual adjustment capacities and a camera manual to class. Camera must be a DSLR or mirrorless camera that shoots in manual mode.
    Date and Time: June 24-28; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Paint and Pottery (Gr. 3-8)

    Join us for a two-week exploration of these wonderful art forms. The first week will focus on several different hand-building techniques in clay. We will also draw inspiration from famous artists to paint as students let their creativity shine through their in-depth projects. 
    Date and Time: TWO-WEEK CAMP July 15-19 and July 22-26, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $390 (includes supplies)
  • Play, Test, Repeat (Gr. 4-6)

    Students will dive into the world of board game design — learning about the various types of games that exist, how they are created, and how they are improved through playtesting. Students will use their imagination, communication, and critical thinking skills to create their very own board game from start to finish. Take a break from technology and learn how to create your own source of fun! 
    Date and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Podcasting 101 (Gr. 6-8)

    Testing... Testing... Is this thing on? We invite you to step into the recording studio for an exciting week dedicated to the art of crafting and recording your own podcast. From concept to completion, we'll guide you through the entire journey, teaching you the full spectrum of skills required, including planning, recording, editing, production, and publishing the final masterpiece.
    Date and Time: June 10-14; 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • SPARC Bravo (Gr. 6-8)

    During this camp, each day is filled with engaging performing arts activities such as acting workshops, musical theatre training, audition skill building, creative movement, and artistic collaborations. Each week of camp includes opportunities to share your creativity as well as an original musical theatre production at the end of camp.  
    Date and Time: TWO-WEEK CAMP June 17-21 and June 24-28
    Cost: $756
    Early Arrival and Extended Day available: Early Arrival 8:15-9 a.m. ($117 additional), Extended Afternoon: 3-4:30 p.m. ($175 additional)
    For more information, contact Megan Rudman at mrudman@sparcrichmond.org, and to register, visit www.sparcrichmond.org. Registration must take place directly with SPARC and not through The Steward School.
  • SPARC: Broadway Blast (Gr. 6-8)

    During this camp, each day is filled with engaging performing arts activities such as acting workshops, musical theatre training, audition skill building, creative movement, and artistic collaborations. Each week of camp includes opportunities to share your creativity as well as an original musical theatre production at the end of camp. No camp on June 19.
    Date and Time: TWO-WEEK CAMP July 8-12 and July 15-19; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
    Cost: $840
    Early Arrival and Extended Day available: Early Arrival 8:15-9 a.m. ($130 additional), Extended Afternoon: 3-4:30 p.m. ($195 additional)
    For more information, contact Megan Rudman at mrudman@sparcrichmond.org, and to register, visit www.sparcrichmond.org. Registration must take place directly with SPARC and not through The Steward School.
  • Spartan Counselor Apprentices (Steward students only; Gr. 7-11)

    Current Steward students are invited to apply for the Spartan Counselor Apprentice (SCA) program. Learning to be helpful stewards is an important component of the early teen years, and this program is a fantastic way for students in rising grades 7–11 to take leadership roles during the summer. They will work with a variety of teachers and students each week, leading younger groups around campus and assisting instructors with lessons. 

    Through this program, the young counselors will help our talented teachers by serving as volunteers in a low-key setting. Interested students should submit applications and will take part in short interviews as part of the selection process. The application includes a place for parents to mark the weeks their students are available during the summer. Students who need to submit volunteer hours for school can apply their working time from this experience.

    Applications can be found on the Steward website and are due by February 1, 2024. Applicants will be notified by February 28, 2024. Due to the success of this program in recent years and our need to make sure the SCAs enjoy rewarding experiences, limited spaces are available each week. This program is limited to current Steward students.
     
    Grades: 7–11 at the time of application 
    Dates and Time: June 10-14, June 17-21, June 24-28, July 15-19, July 22-26, July 29-August 2, August 5-9, August 12-16 and August 19-23; 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
    Cost: There is no cost associated with this program for accepted applicants.
  • Sports Conditioning (Gr. 6-9)

    In our Sports Conditioning Camp, campers will work on strength training, speed and agility training, flexibility training, and injury prevention, all while playing different sports. They will learn the basic science behind training, how training translates into sports, and how to exercise properly. And we will have fun doing it!
    Dates and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Tennis (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    New players, regardless of age, will be given beginning instruction, while experienced campers will be grouped with others who are striving to be competitive. Players will focus on performing drills, developing championship skills, and improving their knowledge of the sport of tennis.
    Date and Time: June 17-21 and July 22-26; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
    Cost: $200
  • Ultimate Frisbee (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    What’s the only team sport where you need your teammates to score? It's Ultimate Frisbee! Come learn the rules and spirit of this fast-growing game, where everyone can be a quarterback and wide receiver! This camp will be coached by Andy Routzahn, former Richmond club player, division III college coach, USA Ultimate College Coordinator of the Year, and Steward third grade teacher. 
    Date and Time: June 10-14; 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Virginia Outside: Adventure Fishing (Gr. 4-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    This camp teaches the entire process of fishing, from rigging rods, tying knots, and baiting hooks to driving boats with trolling motors, all while introducing campers to the great wealth of fishing opportunities the area has to offer. We have access to some fantastic private ponds where campers are assured success; the camp will split time between the ponds and the James River, where we will chase down our own river monsters (flathead and blue catfish up to 30 lbs.) right here in the city. 
    Date and Time: June 24-28, July 15-19; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cost: $595
  • Virginia Outside: Mountain Biking (Gr. 3-5 and Gr. 6-8)

    Richmond has some of the best urban mountain biking trails around. Join our staff of experienced riders for a week on the trails this summer. Campers will develop beginner and intermediate mountain biking skills, including steering, shifting, hill climbing and descending, log hopping, dodging obstacles, etiquette, maintenance, safety, and more. Campers ride in the morning, take a midday break for an activity like tubing or snorkeling on the James River, and then get back on the bikes in the afternoon. We provide bikes and helmets, but campers are also welcome to bring their own. Campers should know how to ride a bike before signing up for this camp. 
    Date and Time: August 5-9; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cost: $625
  • Virginia Outside: Outdoor Adventure Camp (Gr. 5-8)

    Fishing, rock climbing, tubing, kayaking/canoeing, and looking under rocks in the river to see what’s there are just some of the activities in this awesome camp. We will explore the natural environment of the James River Park System and other area parks, creating a safe time for kids to be kids and enjoy time outside. Put on your outdoor clothes, tie your shoes tightly, and prepare for some adventure and excitement.
    Date and Time: June 17-21, July 22-26, July 29-August 2, August 5-9; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Cost: $595
  • Volleyball (Gr. 4-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Open to all experience levels, this camp will focus on the basics of volleyball, including passing, setting, hitting, and serving. Instruction will include basic fundamental techniques and team building, and gameplay at the end of each day will give players a chance to put their new skills to use. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Web and Graphic Design (Gr. 6-8)

    Delve into the fundamentals of graphic design and web page creation as you immerse yourself in the world of digital creativity. Participants will get hands-on experience with creative suite applications, gaining knowledge in coding, software, and the essential principles of design. Your journey will culminate in the creation of compelling web pages that are bound to captivate and engage your audience.
    Date and Time: June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Young Chefs Academy: Culinary Camps (Gr. 6-8)

    Campers will develop skills in cooking, kitchen safety, food preparation, ingredient sourcing, proper food handling, and presentation. Through hands-on participation, children will build life-enriching skills and experience the thrill of discovering, creating, and tasting new foods. Children eat what they create in class and take recipe copies home. Each week will feature new recipes and continue to develop skills for first-time or seasoned chefs alike!
    Dates: June 10-14, June 17-21, June 24-28, July 15-19, July 22-26,  August 12-16; 1-4 p.m.
    Cost: $255

Grades 9-12

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  • Bob Foley's Next Level Basketball (Gr. 1-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Next Level Basketball camp is designed to teach all aspects of the game. Your athlete will work with Coach Foley on the basic fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, and passing and will play in 1-on-1, 3-on-3, and 5-on-5 tournaments. There will also be other games and contests with chances to win great prizes. Coach Foley’s camps are known for bringing fun and excitement to basketball. 
    Dates and Time: June 24-28, July 8-12, July 29-August 2; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
    Cost: Cost: $275 ($255 if paid by April 1)
    To register and for more information, go to www.bobfoleybasketball.net or contact Bob Foley at (804) 387-9493 or bob@bobfoleybasketball.net. Registration must take place directly with Bob Foley Next Level Basketball and not through The Steward School.
  • Boys Soccer (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Athletes will score a great summer experience by attending the popular Steward Soccer Camp! They will learn all the important skills of the game, such as passing, shooting, trapping, and possession play. Camp will begin each day with a skill of the day, followed by technical training (fundamentals or skill games), and, finally, team play. 
    Dates and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Community Service Sampler (Gr. 8-11)

    Part of being a good steward in the community is contributing to projects that help others. This week of service will include time spent with multiple organizations that make a significant impact on many lives. Each morning, the Steward bus will depart campus with a team of young volunteers and Steward faculty who will spend the day putting themselves to work in a meaningful way. Hours can be applied to school-required community service credit.
    Date and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 
    Cost: $385
  • Driver's Education (Ages 15-18)

    RVA Driving Academy instructors will guide soon-to-be drivers through the classroom portion of driver’s education for nine days in June. Students may choose to register for the classroom session only and/or behind-the-wheel instruction. The classroom curriculum will include the Virginia Department of Education certified 10-module driver’s education curriculum. Attendance at all sessions is mandatory. The seven required behind-the-wheel sessions will be scheduled once classes begin. Behind-the-wheel scheduling and payment will be coordinated with RVA Driving Academy at the conclusion of the classroom sessions.
    Dates and Time: Classroom Session: June 3-7 and June 10-14, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
    Cost: Classroom $350 
  • Dungeons and Dragons (Gr. 6-9)

    Grab some dice and join your friends as we delve into dark dungeons and face off against horrifying monsters. Join us to learn to play Dungeons and Dragons, then choose a character and take part in telling an epic cooperative story of high fantasy. We’ll use creativity, strategy, and teamwork to solve puzzles, explore mazes, battle dragons, save the day, and steal the treasure. Both new and experienced players are welcome, and all necessary materials will be provided. 
    Date and Time: June 10-14, June 17-21; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Girls Soccer (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Athletes will score a great summer experience by attending the popular Steward Soccer Camp! They will learn all the important skills of the game, such as passing, shooting, trapping, and possession play. Camp will begin each day with a skill of the day, followed by technical training (fundamentals or skill games), and, finally, team play. 
    Dates and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Leadership Camp (Gr. 6-9)

    Join us for the Leadership Camp and gain knowledge about how to be a great leader! Students will discover their leadership styles and areas of strength and growth through various activities. Campers will engage in team-building activities, leadership games, and interactive workshops exploring topics like problem-solving, public speaking, and conflict resolution.
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • Oh Snap! Photography Camp (Gr. 6-12)

    Aspiring shutterbugs will learn about the exposure triangle, white balance, resolution, and megapixels. We’ll discuss how to capture an image that speaks a thousand words. Daily adventures coupled with in-class discussions will help you master your camera settings and develop a creative eye. Students should bring a digital camera with manual adjustment capacities and a camera manual to class. Camera must be a DSLR or mirrorless camera that shoots in manual mode.
    Date and Time: June 24-28; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $220
  • SAT Prep (Gr. 10-12)

    All areas of the SAT test are covered in this class. Verbal instruction will focus on techniques for achievement in both the language and critical reading sections while also strengthening writing and editing skills. Math instruction will review skills, including number sense, algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics, while learning how to approach multi-layer questions.
    Date and Time: August 5-9; 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 
    Cost: $300 (includes up-to-date SAT Prep and Practice Book with practice tests)
  • SPARC: Bravo Summer Company (Gr. 9-12)

    This challenging, contemporary, non-audition-based program will train company members in skills like acting, music, dance, and script writing. Members of Bravo Summer Company will work collaboratively to form an ensemble and use their skills to devise an original musical theatre-based piece! Carefully curated workshops and master classes taught by industry professionals round out this dynamic summer experience. Your final day will culminate with a performance of the original work that you helped to create! 
    Date and Time: TWO-WEEK CAMP June 17-21 and June 24-28; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
    Cost: $605
    Early Arrival and Extended Day available: Early Arrival 8:15-9 a.m. ($76 additional), Extended Afternoon: 3-4:30 p.m. ($152 additional)
    For more information, contact Paul Major at pmajor@sparcrichmond.org, and to register, visit www.sparcrichmond.org. Registration must take place directly with SPARC and not through The Steward School. 
  • Spartan Counselor Apprentices (Steward Students Only; Gr. 7-11)

    Current Steward students are invited to apply for the Spartan Counselor Apprentice (SCA) program. Learning to be helpful stewards is an important component of the early teen years, and this program is a fantastic way for students in rising grades 7–11 to take leadership roles during the summer. They will work with a variety of teachers and students each week, leading younger groups around campus and assisting instructors with lessons. 

    Through this program, the young counselors will help our talented teachers by serving as volunteers in a low-key setting. Interested students should submit applications and will take part in short interviews as part of the selection process. The application includes a place for parents to mark the weeks their students are available during the summer. Students who need to submit volunteer hours for school can apply their working time from this experience.

    Applications can be found on the Steward website and are due by February 1, 2024. Applicants will be notified by February 28, 2024. Due to the success of this program in recent years and our need to make sure the SCAs enjoy rewarding experiences, limited spaces are available each week. This program is limited to current Steward students. 

    Grades: 7–11 at the time of application 
    Dates and Time: June 10-14, June 17-21, June 24-28, July 15-19, July 22-26, July 29-August 2, August 5-9, August 12-16 and August 19-23; 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
    Cost: There is no cost associated with this program for accepted applicants.


  • Sports Conditioning (Gr. 6-9)

    In our Sports Conditioning Camp, campers will work on strength training, speed and agility training, flexibility training, and injury prevention, all while playing different sports. They will learn the basic science behind training, how training translates into sports, and how to exercise properly. And we will have fun doing it!
    Dates and Time: July 22-26; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200
  • Tennis (Gr. 2-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    New players, regardless of age, will be given beginning instruction, while experienced campers will be grouped with others who are striving to be competitive. Players will focus on performing drills, developing championship skills, and improving their knowledge of the sport of tennis.
    Date and Time: June 17-21 and July 22-26; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
    Cost: $200
  • Volleyball (Gr. 4-5 and Gr. 6-9)

    Open to all experience levels, this camp will focus on the basics of volleyball, including passing, setting, hitting, and serving. Instruction will include basic fundamental techniques and team building, and gameplay at the end of each day will give players a chance to put their new skills to use. 
    Date and Time: July 15-19; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Cost: $200

Summer Experience FAQ

List of 8 frequently asked questions.

  • What makes Steward’s summer camps unique?

    The Summer Experience offers many choices for families who want half-day or full-day camp options at a convenient location. In addition to top-notch academic camps, we are proud to offer unusual art camps, at which campers create high-quality pieces; innovation camps in the Bryan Innovation Lab, which is a unique facility in itself; and athletic camps that focus on both fundamentals of the game and good sportsmanship. Our camps are designed to mirror the personal experience of our educational philosophy by providing individual connections with each camper, and our overall summer programming provides a multitude of social, academic, athletic, and artistic opportunities that align with your child’s interests.
  • What is a typical day of camp?

    Our camp schedule is customizable with a variety of morning, afternoon, and full-day options. This model allows each family to plan the best summer for their child.
  • What are the general camp hours?

    • General drop-off 8:30-8:55 a.m. 
    • Morning camp pickup: 12-12:30 p.m.
    • Afternoon camp pickup: 4-4:30 p.m.
      • For those who need additional coverage, early drop-off is available as early as 7:45 a.m., and After Care is available until 6 p.m. Please select "early drop-off" and/or “After Care” during the registration process.
  • My child does not attend Steward during the regular school year. Can they register for the Summer Experience?

    Yes! Steward camps feature a wide range of students from throughout the metro Richmond area and surrounding counties. In the past our camps have attracted approximately 50% non-Steward students.
  • Can I register for camp online?

    All Summer Experience registration takes place online. Click here to register.
  • Can I pay for summer camps with a credit card or by using a student account?

    All online summer camp registrations before June 1, 2024, require a non-refundable $50 deposit per camp with a credit card. After June 1, 2024, all camp fees will no longer be refundable. Should a conflict occur, registrations may be transferred to an alternate week if space is available. Balances may be paid by credit card. Unfortunately, we are not able to process camp registrations through the Steward student account program.

    There are minimum class sizes for all camps and programs. The Steward School reserves the right to cancel any course, program, or activity as necessary. In such cases, a full refund will be made. Balances may be paid by credit card. In the event of extreme weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances, we reserve the right to cancel or postpone any part of camp for the safety of the campers. We cannot provide a refund for any cancellation or postponement due to extreme circumstances/forces of nature. 
  • How will I know if a camp is full?

    Camps that are full will display “Add to Waitlist” once you enter the registration portal. A camper will not be charged or required to submit a deposit for the waitlist. Should space become available, summer staff will contact you via email, and you will have the option to join the camp or remove your camper from the waitlist. 

    Many families find it helpful to register for a second choice if the primary choice is full. You will have the option to choose which camp your camper attends should space become available. Please reach out to Camps@xt-dahua.com with questions regarding the waitlist.
  • I have more than one child who wants to attend a Summer Experience camp. Do I have to submit more than one registration form?

    You will need to complete a profile for each child. If they were a Summer Experience camper in previous summers, your information should be available in your CampBrain account. You are encouraged to review the camper and medical information to ensure that they are up-to-date. Please email camps@xt-dahua.com if you are having trouble accessing your account.

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    Director of Auxiliary Programs
    (804) 565-2338
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