Morning classes transition to an afternoon full of activities. Students are required to choose and participate at some level of activity each afternoon. Younger students will have a few assigned activities.
Free time and play with minimal cell phones use (scheduled and supervised) sets the stage for active, face-to-face play and wholesome fun. The lake and waterfront are iconic symbols of summer, relaxation, and interaction.
Basketball, Tennis, Soccer, Lacrosse, Volleyball, Swimming, Sailing, Crew (private coaching), Kayaking and Canoeing, Fishing, Running, Strength Training, Yoga, Fall Sports Fitness (optional preparation for the fall sports season)
Studio Arts: painting, drawing, ceramics, wheel pottery
Performing Arts: dance, talent show
Music: Pianos are everywhere; students are encouraged to bring instruments
Evening Intramural Games
Evenings feature relaxed, low-key games of basketball, volleyball, soccer and kickball. Attendance is required and everyone is encouraged to play! Students are assigned to a team based on age in either our Green League or Grey League.
Students typically participate in trips scheduled to regional destinations including minor league baseball games, water parks, bowling, amusement parks and the occasional movie. Thorough supervision is assured. Covid related guidelines will of course be implemented.
Rowing (private instruction)
Designed for the first time rower as well as experienced rowers. The daily sessions develop the skills and confidence needed at the secondary school or college level.
Crew coach, Dale Hurley, has many years of teaching and coaching experience at secondary schools as well as university crew programs.
Contact Dale Hurley: email@example.com
Tennis (private instruction)
Private tennis on-campus lessons may be arranged and local tennis pros are available for contract. Contact the School for details.
Call (603-569-3451) to discuss your son or daughter and share your expectations for academic progress this summer and beyond.