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Residential Camps

Santa Catalina School's summer sleepover & day camp for girls ages 8 to 14. Whether it’s in a class, an evening activity, or during a weekend outing, our program aims to instill independence, confidence, and a sense of community in all of our campers. Regular class day starts with fun and friendship at 9a.m. & ends at 4:30p.m. To learn more & register go to www.santacatalina.org

Camp Quien Sabe Resident Camp at Toro Park. For younger children entering 2nd grade through 11 years, is a closely supervised program devoted to teaching children basic camping skills and an appreciation for the great outdoors. A variety of outdoor activities including swimming, hiking, boating, crafts, cooking, games, nature lore and campfires make this an exciting and memorable week for all that attend. The Environmental Team (ET) Program is dedicated to the young pre-teen of 12 years. “ETs” participate in regular camping activities as well as special activities aimed at developing an understanding of environmental concerns. The Work Experience (WE) Program, for ages 13 to 15 years, combines the fun of camping with the age appropriate task of learning job related skills such as time management and teamwork. In addition to regular camp activities, “WEs” are given weekly projects to complete together. www.monterey.org

Stevenson School Summer Camp for ages 9 - 15. A five-week day and boarding camp held at Stevenson's Pebble Beach campus. The program includes academic enrichment in morning workshops, sports and fun in the afternoons. Resident campers enjoy additional evening and weekend activities. Call 831-625-8349 or www.stevensonschool.org/summer

Kennolyn Camps in Soquel. Programs for campers entering 1st through 12th grades. 300 acres of privately owned redwood forest in the Santa Cruz mountains, close to the beach, with easy access from anywhere in the Bay Area. Something fun and exciting for everyone. Convenient dates, with one and two week sessions with 3 day mini camp for first time campers. www.kennolyncamps.com


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