Summer 2021


Lincoln School partners with Agawam Hunt for Camp Agawam, Racquets Camp, and PGA Junior Golf Camp, and Warm Winds for Surf Camp. We continue to offer our signature Acting Camp and Girls Learning Workshop along with a variety of specialty camps.

Following the safety camp protocols that kept campus healthy during summer 2020, along with the procedures and protocols that are in place for the school year, we are confident and ready to welcome you to Lincoln this summer!

Please direct questions to summercamps@lincolnschool.org.

Camp Agawam
ages 6–11, coed

Racquets Academy
ages 10+, coed

PGA Junior Golf Camp
ages 7–13, coed

Girls Learning Workshop
ages 6–11, girls

Sky Hawks Sports Camp
ages 6–11, girls

Surf Camp
ages 10+, girls

Acting Camp
ages 6–11, girls

Gardens & Greens: Eco Warriors
ages 5–6, coed

 


 

Description

In the morning, campers rotate into different clinics led by Agawam’s professional golf and racquets staff.

With the Racquets Professional, Dana Parziale, campers learn and improve upon essential  racquets skills in a format that mixes conditioning, drills and games with top-notch instruction. Subject to state level regulations in the summer of 2021, our racquets program includes tennis, squash, and pickleball, so each camper is sure to find a sport he/she likes.  

Over on the golf course, our Golf Professional, Norm Alberigo, and his PGA-certified staff lead children on a number of drills and games to teach everything from hand-eye coordination to traditional golf skills. Children get plenty of time to work on chipping, putting, and driving with instruction from our seasoned golf professionals.

As with all sporting at Agawam, our intention is to help children find the joy in sport with a friendly and fun approach to learning and tuning skills.

Between and after clinics, campers have the opportunity to enjoy the sun-soaked pool and other fun and creative activities led by our counselor team. Recent campers have built and tested boats in the pool, created comic books and graphic novels, made tie-dyed clothing, and learned a variety of ways to craft friendship bracelets.

When time and interest permit, the professional chefs at Agawam have led the campers in cooking clinics where they’ve made pizza, pies, and smoothies from scratch.

In short, Camp Agawam staff and counselors have the expertise and flexibility to tailor each week's program to campers' ages and interests.


Details

Ages 6–11, coed
Children are grouped by grades 1–3 and 4–6 or according to skill level.

Weeks and Hours of Camp
June 14
June 21
June 28
July 19
July 26
August 2
August 9
August 16
August 23

Camp Agawam runs from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. daily.  

Location
Agawam Hunt Club, East Providence, RI

Price
5 Days: $390 for Members | $425 for Non-Members
3 Days: $270 for Members | $285 for Non-Members

Questions?
summercamps@lincolnschool.org

In partnership with Agawam Hunt. 

Agawam reserves the right to cancel camp days or partial days with one day advance notice if rain forecast will require campers to remain inside for most of the day.

Description

Racquets Academy emphasizes tennis, squash and pickleball. No racquet will be left unturned! This camp is geared towards children rising into 5th to 10th grade but we do accept other age ranges by request (if you have a child who is already an experienced racquets player but outside the age range we would be happy to have them join us for a week of camp!

Our high-energy racquets camp, taught by USPTA-certified instructors and counselors will help get campers' tennis play to the next level. Throughout the day, campers will be alternating sport-specific racquet drills, agility and footwork drills, and match play aimed at improved court-movement and general motor skills.

Unique to Agawam is the ability to hone tennis skills on three different surfaces: hard courts (indoors), clay courts (Har-Tru), and 10 grass courts!

At noon, campers enjoy a balanced and healthy lunch prepared by Agawam’s chefs and a relaxing and refreshing pool break.

In the afternoon, all campers will participate in a team sport in the racquet sport of the day. Match play is aimed at creating camaraderie among peers and reinforcing inclusiveness and participation for all. All matches will be supervised by an instructor to provide feedback on game play.

On Friday, all of the campers participate in Racketlon, a fun, day-long competition where everyone has a chance to showcase their improved racquets skills while challenging their peers to claim the Racketlon title!


Details

Ages 10–16, coed

Weeks and Hours of Camp
June 14
June 21
June 28
July 19
July 26
August 2
August 9
August 16
August 23

Camp Agawam runs from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. daily.

Location
Agawam Hunt Club, East Providence, RI 

Price
5 Days: $375 for Members | $420 for Non-Members
3 Days: $260 for Members | $280 for Non-Members

Questions?
summercamps@lincolnschool.org

In partnership with Agawam Hunt. 

Agawam reserves the right to cancel camp days or partial days with one day advance notice if rain forecast will require campers to remain inside for most of the day.

Description

PGA Junior Development Camp seeks to acquaint young people with the joys of playing golf and the benefits of an active lifestyle, whether they want to pick up a new skill or compete in tournament play.

This camp teaches golf’s traditions and its techniques.

  • Learn from the best. Every camp is taught by a certified PGA of America professional who knows how to balance both fun and skill-building with a low student-to-teacher ratio for lots of individual attention.
  • Fun, safe, and educational. Full of action, discipline, and integrity, each camp has been designed to help your child grow both on and off the golf course.
  • From tee to green, campers learn every aspect of the game, including instruction on full swing, short game, rules, and golf etiquette.
  • Camps that work for you. No matter your child’s ability, we have a camp for them. Choose from half-day and full-day programs featuring small group instruction, course play (full-day camps), and personalized instruction.

In order to create the best learning environment possible, campers are divided into small groups based on experience and skill level. From 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day, campers learn new or hone existing skills with a strong emphasis placed on golf fundamentals and fun!  

Each golf camp week includes various skill-based games and activities designed to introduce young people to the joys of playing golf and the benefits of an active lifestyle. This fun-filled camp will also incorporate lessons on good sportsmanship and how to play with honesty and integrity.


Details

Ages 7–13, coed

Weeks and Hours of Camp
July 12
July 19
July 26
August 9
August 16
August 23

There will be three hours of instruction from 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m. with poolside lunch from 12–12:45 p.m.

Location
Agawam Hunt Club, East Providence, RI

Price
$275 per week for Members
$350 for Non-Members

Questions?
summercamps@lincolnschool.org

In partnership with Agawam Hunt.
 

Register for PGA Junior Golf Camp

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All camp registration questions should be directed to the PGA via their site.

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Description

Keep it fresh this summer with a one-of-a-kind, all-girls camp that will reinforce grade-level reading, writing, and math skills in a fun, hands-on way. Campers will play math games outdoors, observe nature to inspire writing, and go on learning scavenger hunts. At the end of each week, the girls will take home a compilation of their writing and a set of games that they can play at home to reinforce skills until the school year starts up again. Each week will contain different activities tailored to meet the camper’s academic needs, so join us for one or two weeks. 

Groups will work in separate sections, campers entering Grades 1 & 2 and entering Grades 3–5. 


Details

Ages 6–11, girls
 

Weeks and hours of camp:
June 21–25
June 28–July 2
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
This camp can be paired with an afternoon option of Sky Hawks Sports Camp from 12:30–3 p.m. There will be a lunch break from 12–12:30 p.m. with a Lincoln counselor.

Location
Lincoln Lower School

Price
$225 per week

Questions?
summercamps@lincolnschool.org

Instructors
Kristen Raia & Courtney Dubois

 

Kristin Raia is a Lower School teacher at Lincoln School. She has over ten years of experience teaching and tutoring students in the Washington D.C. Metro area and in Providence. She loves teaching math, making learning fun by creating games and activities that engage all learners. Kristin is excited to spark a love of math in all campers.

Courtney Dubois is the K–5 Learning Skills Specialist at Lincoln School. She brings a wealth of expertise about different strategies and tools to make learning accessible to all students.  Courtney is excited to bring her love of literacy and desire to unlock the imaginations of our campers to Lincoln this summer!

Sky Hawks Sports Camp

*Please note that this camp runs 12:30–3:30 p.m. and can be paired with the morning
Girls Learning Workshop. Campers who are part of Girls Learning Workshop will eat lunch with a
Lincoln counselor from 12–12:30 p.m..
*

Description

Multi-sport classes are designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. Athletes will learn the rules and essential skills of each sport, along with vital life lessons, such as respect and teamwork. Participants should wear appropriate clothing, shin guards (optional) and running shoes. Make sure to pack a water bottle and sunscreen!
 


Details

Ages 6–11, girls

Weeks and Hours of Camp
June 21–25
June 28–July 2
Monday through Friday, 12–3:30 p.m.

Location
Lincoln School Providence Campus

Price
$200 per week

Questions?
summercamps@lincolnschool.org


Description

Life's a beach! Spend a week or two catching the waves with our team of surfing instructors from Warm Winds at Narragansett Beach. Bring a towel, lunch, snack, sunscreen, and water. Wetsuits and boards provided. No experience necessary. All you need is a positive attitude and the ability to swim by yourself (a must). Surf's up!


Details

Ages 10+, girls

Weeks and Hours of Camp
June 14–17 (rain date: June 18)
June 21–24 (rain date: June 25)
9 a.m.–2 p.m.

Location
Narragansett Town Beach
*Transportation not included; campers will meet in Narragansett.

Price:
$400.00 per week

Questions?
summercamps@lincolnschool.org

In partnership with Warm Winds, Narragansett, RI.

 

Description

Calling all thespians—join us at Lincoln's Acting Camp! During each week, students will learn about every aspect of the world of theatre through improvisational games, vocal and physical techniques, scripted material, and the creation of sets, props, and costumes. Each week culminates in a performance for family and friends on the final day. 
 


Details

Ages 6–11, girls

Weeks and Hours of Camp
June 14–18
June 21–25
9 a.m–3 p.m.

Location:
Lincoln School Providence Campus

Price:
$350 per week

Questions?  
summercamps@lincolnschool.org

Instructor 
Don Mays 

 

Don Mays is as a member of the Performing Arts faculty at Lincoln. He is originally from St. Louis, though he has been in RI for over 30 years. He has been involved in the arts all of his life as an actor, director (theatre), filmmaker, photographer, and even a short stint as a stand-up comic (yes, he thinks he's funny). His theatre training and experience have shaped every aspect of his life and made him the person he is today. Through the arts, Don likes to encourage students to explore, examine, and challenge themselves and the world around them in ways that are mentally, physically, emotionally, and socially enriching. 

Outside of the classroom, he likes to be physically active, biking, playing pick-up games with his two sons, or walking with his camera photographing urban landscapes, nature, and people everywhere. He also directs plays for local theatres and produces independent films that he writes, produces, and directs. Don has had his photography in gallery exhibits in Providence on several occasions in the last two years.

Description

Every day will be an outdoor adventure on campus and in Blackstone Park. Campers will learn about growing gardens and being green in nature. They will tend to the edible gardens on Lincoln's campus, investigate the secret world of insects, create art from nature and explore the wondrous trees and plants in Blackstone Park.  

 

 

Details

Ages 5–6, coed

Weeks and Hours of Camp
June 28–July 2
July 12–16
July 19–23
July 26–30
August 2–6
August 9–13

Location:
Lincoln School Providence Campus

Price:

Full Day
$350 per week
8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.

Half Day 
$225 per week
9 a.m.–12:30 p.m. (pick-up is after lunch)

Extended Afternoon
$75.00
3–5 p.m.


Questions?  
summercamps@lincolnschool.org

In partnership with Melissa Guillet of 15 Minute Field Trips.