Ages for camps are based on the grade that the child will be entering in the Fall of 2019.
 

Camp descriptions and registration links can be found below

Toddlers take on Nature

Little Lynx  Acting Camp 

 Lincoln at Camp Agawam  Racquets academy at Agawam

 Surf Camp  Girl on a Hike

 Improv Theater   Modern Dance Intensive  Cooking Around the World

Summer Learning Workshop for Girls

Hoop Like a Girl with WNBA Star Cindy Blodgett 

Toddlers Take on nature

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The best childhood memories are created outside, jumping in puddles, digging in the dirt, catching bugs and exploring nature. Staying true to our Reggio Inspired Early Childhood philosophy, this camp will invite young children to connect with nature through natural provocations infused with storytelling, art, music, science, creativity, and fun. This camp is limited to 8 children per day.

Girls and boys who will be three by November 1

Monday–Friday
Full day: 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. 
Half day: 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

5 Full Days: $400
5 Half Days: $220

4 Full Days: $320
4 Half Days: $180

3 Full Days: $240
3 Half Days: $155


June 17–June 21
June 24–June 28
July 1–July 3 (No camp on Thursday, July 4 and Friday July 5)
July 8–July 12
July 15–July 19
July 22–July 26
July 29–August 2
August 5–August 9
August 13 –August 16 (No camp on Monday, August 12, Victory Day)

Location: Lincoln School
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org



LITTLE LYNX 

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Little Lynx is a full summer program from 8 a.m.–3 p.m. and extended day from 3–5:30 p.m. Monday–Friday. A master teacher and teacher’s assistant to lead our mixed-age classroom, where we will share ideas framed by Reggio Emilia, Montessori, and Waldorf educational techniques. Incorporating the outdoors and nature in our multi-sensory, play-based curriculum, we fill our days with nature walks in the Blackstone Conservancy, harvesting our edible garden, cooking classes, yoga, and both studio and performing arts. We offer weekly enrichments taught by specialized instructors such as:

Cooking with Claire
Om Yoga kids with Elyse
Hip Hop with KDF Studio
Save the Bay partnership
Music Classes with Lindsey from Music for Children Rhode Island

Girls and boys entering N–K

Monday–Friday
8 a.m.–3 p.m. | $350 per week 
July 1–3 $225
August 13–16 $300
Multi-week discount | $10 off for each week after third week at time of registration

7:30 drop available at not charge
3–5:30 p.m. Extended Day | $75 per week | except
July 1–3 $45 
August 13–16 $60

Pick up anytime after 3 p.m. is "extended day."

June 17–June 21
June 24–June 28
July 1–3 (No camp on Wednesday, July 4 and Thursday, July 5)
July 8–July 12
July 15–July 19
July 22–July 26
July 29–August 2
August 5–August 9
August 13 –August 16 (No camp on Monday, August 12, Victory Day)

Location: Lincoln School
Note: Campers must be fully potty trained
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org

 


LINCOLN AT CAMP AGAWAM

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Camp Agawam is geared towards children rising into 1st through 6th Grade. Children are grouped by grades 1-3 and 4-6, or according to skill level. For Summer of 2019, Camp Agawam will be offered the weeks of June 17, June 24, July 22, July 29, August 5, August 12, August 19 and August 26. 

Camp Agawam runs from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. daily. In the morning, campers rotate into different clinics led by Agawam’s professional golf and racquets staff. Campers learn and improve upon essential  racquets skills in a format that mixes conditioning, drills and games with top-notch instruction. Our racquets program introduces children to tennis, but also incorporates squash and pickleball, so each camper is sure to find a sport he/she likes.  For those not familiar with it, pickleball is a fast-growing racquet sport played on a shortened tennis court with a low net, a whiffle ball and small racquets. It feels like one part tennis and one part ping pong: fast, fun and easy to learn. 

In addition to taking a spin on the golf carts, on the golf course 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 the sport with a friendly and fun approach to learning and tuning skills.

Between and after clinics, campers have the opportunity to enjoy our sun-soaked pool and other camp activities. Campers are led by professional counselors from Lincoln School who engage them in a whole host of fun and creative STEAM activities.  Recent campers have: built and tested boats in the pool, created comic books and graphic novels, made tie-dyed everything, and learned a variety of ways to craft friendship bracelets. In some weeks, 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. 

 

Girls and boys entering Grades 1–6

Monday–Friday
9 a.m.–3 p.m. at Agawam  | lunch included | $400 per week 
Before care is provided Monday–Friday 8–9 a.m. at Lincoln School with transportation provided to Agawam | $35 per week
After care is provided from 3–5 p.m. at Lincoln with transportation provided from Agawam | $75 per week

June 17–21
June 24–28
July 22–26
July 29–August 2
August 5–9
August 11–16
August 19–23
August 26–30

Location: Agawam Hunt Club, Rumford RI
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org

 

 

RACQUETS Academy AT AGAWAM 
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Racquets Academy emphasizes tennis, squash and pickleball. No racquet will be left unturned! This camp is geared for children rising into 5th to 9th grade. For Summer 2019, Racquets Academy is offered by the weeks of June 17, June 24, August 12, 19 and 26. 

Our high-energy racquets camp, taught by USTPA 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 our 10 grass courts!

At Noon, campers will enjoy a balanced and healthy lunch prepared by Agawam’s chefs and enjoy 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 to 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 will participate in a Racketlon, a fun, day-long competition where everyone will get a chance to showcase their improved racquets skills while challenging their peers to claim the Racketlon title!

Girls and boys entering Grades 5–9

Monday–Friday
9 a.m.–3 p.m.| $395 per week | Lunch included

June 17–21
June 24–28
August 12–16
August 19–23
August 26–30

Additional weeks may be added if there is camper interest.

Location: Agawam Hunt Club, Rumford RI
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org

 




ACTING CAMP
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During each week students will learn about every aspect of the world of theater through improvisational games, vocal and physical techniques, scripted material, and the creation of sets, props, and costumes.

This will culminate in a performance for family and friends on the final day of each week.

Girls entering grades 1–6

Monday–Friday
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. | $350 per week
Childcare available beginning at 8 a.m.
Extended Day option available from 3–5 p.m. | $75 per week

June 17–21
June 24–28

Location: Lincoln School Music Center
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org





SURF CAMP
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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 towel, lunch, snack, sunscreen, and water. Wetsuits and boards provided. No experience necessary, positive attitude and ability to swim by yourself a must. Surf's up!

Girls entering Grades 6–12

Monday–Thursday (Friday rain date)
9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Transportation available from Lincoln leaving at 8 a.m. and returning by 3 p.m. | 14 seats available

June 17–20 (21 rain date) $425
June 24–27 (28 rain date) $425
July 1–3 (5 rain date) $320

Location: Narragansett Beach
Questions: Ann Palms | apalms@lincolnschool.org

 



GIRL ON A HIKE: New Edition
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“I was amazed that what I needed to survive could be carried on my back. And, most surprising of all, that I could carry it.”

Cheryl Strayed, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail

Are you ready for a life-changing summer experience? This five-day, hut-to-hut trip along the Appalachian Trail offers a truly unique experience by using the great outdoors as a powerful learning tool. Providing a new level of self-awareness and confidence to trip participants, this incredible opportunity is an invitation to get out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself both physically and mentally. Girls will learn to balance autonomy with leadership, accountability with the power of nature, and the importance of working as a collective with growth as an individual.

The itinerary includes one night to pack up and prepare at the Highland Center at Crawford Notch in Hart’s Location, NH, followed by three nights traversing the Northern Presidential mountains, finishing at Madison Spring Hut in Randolph, NH.

The itinerary includes one night to pack up and prepare at the Highland Center at Crawford Notch in Hart’s Location

July 29—Highland Center

July 30—Galehead Hut

July 31—Guyot backcountry campsite

August 1—Zealand Falls Hut

The above trip would allow the girls to experience a night camping in the heart of the Pemigewassett Wilderness.  That Guyot campsite is right near the most remote peaks in the White Mountains and is a great halfway point between Galehead and Zealand Huts!

Logistics and Meals

As a part of this program, all meals and lodging are included from arrival on day one through lunch on the final day. Use of the L.L. Bean Gear Room at Highland Center is available throughout the program for any gear needs participants may have.

Includes five days of lodging, transportation, meals, and all equipment for the week.

Girls entering Grades 9–12

Week: July 29–August 2 | $950 
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org

 


Summer Learning Workshop for Girls 

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Make sure your daughter stays sharp and keeps her mind fresh this summer at a Lincoln School learning workshop for girls! At Lincoln, we put girls first, and that doesn’t stop when the school year is over. This popular enrichment program was launched last summer by Kristin Raia, a Lower School teacher, to bring the one-of-a-kind Lincoln academic experience to the greater community.

Each week, the girls will work on math, reading, writing, problem solving, and coding. Both in the classroom and outside, girls will have the opportunity to go on a math scavenger hunt, design their own zoo, write and illustrate their own story, and more!

Girls entering Grades 1 & 2 and 3 & 4 
Monday–Friday
9 a.m.—12 p.m. with afternoon options available from 12–3 p.m. (see below) and extended day from 3–5 p.m.
Childcare available beginning at 8 a.m.
$200 per week


July 8–12 for girls entering Grades 1 & 2
July 15–19 for girls entering Grades 3 & 4
July 22–26 for girls entering Grades 1 & 2

Location: Lincoln Lower School
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org

 


Cooking Around the World

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In the "Around the World" cooking program we will make a meal from a different country each day. This program is designed to give children an appreciation of how foods varies between cultures, continents and countries. Children enjoy learning about the different traditional foods, the history of different foods and exploring many different tastes and textures and cooking methods.

Girls entering Grades 1–4

July 8–12 | 12–3 p.m. | $150

Location: Lincoln School, Providence Campus
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org

 

Improv Theater 

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Girls entering Grades 1–4

Learn the basics of improv, story telling, and stagecraft mostly through playing games. Because you learn better when you are having fun! Everyday we play games, create stories, perform scenes, do crafts, and generally have a blast. On the final day we show off our amazing new skills in a performance for friends and family.

Girls entering Grades 1–4

July 15–19 | $150 
12–3 p.m.

Location: Lincoln School, Providence Campus
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org

 

Modern Dance Intensive
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Girls entering Grades 1–4

Teaching modern to children shapes future well-rounded, adventure-seeking dancers—students who are not afraid to really run, slide on the floor or create movement. Modern Dance develops strong creative dancers through the study of technique and improvisation with a focus on musicality, dynamics, floor-work and artistic expression. The class will provide students with the opportunity to create their own explorative movement within a structured class. Classes with composition focus on problem-solving skills and the tools needed to create unique dances for a group or individual.

Girls entering Grades 1–4

July 22–26 | $150 
12 –3 p.m. 

Location: Lincoln School, Providence Campus
Questions? Contact Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org

 


Hoop Like a Girl with WNBA Star Cindy Blodgett

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Come and join Cindy Blodgett, a four-time NCAA All-American, Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) player for an action packed, exciting, and fun camp of basketball instruction.  This is a unique opportunity to work with Cindy, a talented and experienced coach who will focus on individual player development and improvement. Read more about Coach Blodgett HERE. Begin your quest for success now! 

Three Levels for campers

ROOKIE

This level will focus on having fun, being active and learning the basic fundamental skills of basketball.
Basic Skills Emphasized:

  • Dribbling
  • Passing
  • Shooting 

STARTER

This level will continue to develop fundamental skills and expand on a broader understanding of the game (both offensive and defensive strategies). Players will develop an understanding of what it means to be a part of a team.
Basic Skills Emphasized:

  • Fundamentals (dribbling, passing, shooting)
  • Footwork
  • Teamwork
  • Strategies of the game (offense & defense)
  • Positive attitude/Discipline

ALL-STAR

Players will begin to develop strength, quickness and the ability to better react to game situations. Practices will shift to team concepts and more emphasis on competition, while still emphasizing skill development.

Basic Skills Emphasized:

  • Offensive skills
  • Defensive concepts
  • Footwork
  • Rebounding
  • Conditioning

Session 1
July 8 & 9 | $100

  • Rookies & Starters (Grade 6-8) 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
  • All-Stars (Grade 9-12) 1-4 p.m.

Session 2
July 29 & 30 | $100

  • Rookies & Starters (Grade 6-8) 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
  • All-Stars (Grade 9-12) 1-4 p.m

Session 3
August 5 & 6 | $100

  • Rookies & Starters (Grade 6-8) 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
  • All-Stars (Grade 9-12) 1-4 p.m

Location: Boss McLaughlin Gym, Providence
Questions? Ann Palms at apalms@lincolnschool.org