Registration for summer 2021 is now open!
The Galloway School's summer programs include a wide variety of options for students of all ages, open to both Galloway and non-Galloway students. The camps are operated by quality educators from both the local community and The Galloway School.
Camp Galloway - Join us for our signature series of day camps for youth ages 3-7. This year we are excited to announce eight unplugged and unparalleled weeks! Discover a new theme each week, each incorporating hands-on games, art making, indoor/outdoor play and theme immersed activities. Camp meets from 9am – 3pm with post care available. All weeks of Camp Galloway are fully facilitated by Galloway faculty, staff, and students.
- June 7 - 11: Summerween (limited spots)
- June 14 - 18: Storybook Adventures
- June 21 - 25: Treasure Hunters (limited spots)
- June 28 - July 2: Sparkle and Glow!
- July 5 - 9: Where the Wild Things Are
- July 12 - 16: Mission Impossible
- July 19 - 23: Space Pirates
- July 26 - 30: Summer Olympics
Camp+ - Why let the fun end at 3 PM? Camp+ extends the fun with indoor/outdoor play from 3 PM - 5 PM daily for those students attending Camp Galloway.
NEW! STEAMcation - STEAMcation is made up of 8 weeks of half-day programs, allowing families to mix and match to curate their students' summer. For rising 3rd - 7th grade students, students may select from a wide variety of science, technology, engineering and art programs.
AM programs meet 9am - 12 noon. PM programs meet 12 noon - 4pm. For those students staying full day, a supervised lunch break is provided.
Athletic Programs - From basketball to cheerleading, we have something this summer to keep your student physically active.
Middle Learning Summer Institute (MLSI) - Held from July 26-30, this program is for rising 5th - 9th grade students taught by Galloway faculty and staff. Made up of both academic bootcamps and fun electives, this program is a great kick off for the fall. Make your own schedule - fill your day!
Assistant Fun Officers in Training - NEW this year, designed for rising 8th, 9th and 10th grade students who have not yet turned 16, this program provides students a hands on introduction to summer counselor duties. Assistant Fun Officers in Training who sign up for multiple weeks will rotate to different camps and grade levels. This is a great opportunity for students to stretch their leadership muscle.