For more than 70 years, the Summer Programs at North Shore Country Day continue to offer premier summer programming for children ages 4 to 12 years in Prospect Heights. North Shore Country Day School Summer Programs provide the best summer day camp programs near Chicago, IL such as boating, swimming lessons, tennis, outdoor activities, and gymnastics. We have a vast range of programs for ages 4 to 12 years old. If you are looking for fun things to do in the summer and provide your children the best summer vacation. Located close to Lake Michigan and the beautiful city of Winnetka, IL.
The Summer Day Camp Program is for campers 4 - 12 years that will participate in a five day a week program from 9 AM - 3:30 PM. There will currently be no bus schedule available. The Day Camp’s diverse programs allow for all campers to try new activities in a setting where individual growth is fostered by a caring staff. The goal is to actively involve all campers while offering encouragement and support as they tackle new endeavors.
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Winnetka IL, 60093 USA224-286-6798
For over 71 years, North Shore Country Day School Summer Programs in Prospect Heights have brought day camp joy to thousands of kids ages 4-12. We are enrolling for our Summer 2021 summer day camp today!
Beat the Summertime blues with the exclusive Day Summer at North Shore Country Day School Summer Programs in Prospect Heights. We offer exciting activities to keep your child engaged and active. Learn More Today!
Our creative play explores singing, dancing, acting, and role-playing. Campers participate as a group in a wide range of creative activities.
We offer group instruction in archery, arts & crafts, creative play, dance, gymnastics, outdoor adventures (including rock climbing), and tennis. Offerings depend on the age of the camper.
During COVID, many of us have stayed indoors to avoid it. Help your child become one with nature again. Being outside is a great way to release stress, expel energy, and improve their senses.
On-campus projects such as advocacy (letters, PSAs) and activities where our students educate our community serve to bring systemic issues or global problems to a wider audience and can encourage future service projects.
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