Summer Camps

Holy Child School at Rosemont Summer Camp 2020 offers exciting experiences for boys and girls from ages 3-14. Located in the heart of the Main Line, our beautiful 6-acre campus includes well-appointed playing fields and state-of-the-art, air-conditioned classrooms. We offer a variety of art, athletic, and fun programs that encourage each child’s personal growth and development. Each program is led by adults who are professional educators, coaches, artists, and experts with longstanding relationships with our School.

Traditional Day Camps – June 8 through June 26 - include Kinder Camp (ages 3-6), Summer Fun Camp (grades 1-8), and STEAM Camp (grades 1-6).

Sports Camps include Field Hockey and Football Camps (Aug. 24-28, grades 4-8).

Camp Facts

Dates: June 8– Aug. 21 (selected camps)
Hours of operation: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (selected camps)
Ages: 3-14, coeducational

  • Snack and lunches are provided for certain packages.
  • Campers should bring a water bottle to stay hydrated through the day.
  • Campers should come to camp with sunscreen already applied
  • No refunds
  • No prorated camps
  • No switching camps after registering

Extended Care:

  • Early Drop-off (8-9 a.m.): $15/day, $75/week
  • Extended Day (3-5 p.m.): $25/day, $125/week
  • Each Monday, all campers are to register in the lobby of the O’Neill Gymnasium. Payment in full is due at check-in on Monday mornings

Traditional Day Camps

Art Camp

Grades: Children entering grades 2–5
Dates: June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26
Time: 9 a.m. – noon (half-day)

  • Limit 12 students per class (Grades: Children entering grades 1–8) 
  • Early Care is available from 8-9 a.m. for morning camps

Themes for Art Camp

  • June 8-12 (Week 1):  Let's get Surreal!:  In this week’s art camp, students will explore the art style known as Surrealism. Inspired by Surreal artists such as Salvadore Dali, Rene Magritte, and Marc Chagall, students will use drawing, painting, collage, papier mache and clay to create a variety of fun, wacky artworks (think flying pigs and planters with faces!)
  • June 15-19 (Week 2):  welcome to the Jungle!:  In this week’s art camp, students will take an artistic trek through the rainforest. We will use lots of different materials and techniques to create such projects as 3-D paper lizards and monkeys, toucan collages, clay frogs, and more!
  • June 22-26 (Week 3):  Just build it!: This week’s art camp is all about buildings and structures. Students will explore architecture from around the world, as well as use their imaginations to create some structures of their own. The highlight of this camp will be building a miniature treehouse - perfect for imaginative play at home all summer long!

Art Camp is bursting with creative art activities for children currently in grades 1-3. Each week there is a theme, used as a jumping off point, which allows children to explore a variety of materials and techniques. Projects are specifically designed to spark each child's imagination, while also allowing students to advance their art skills in a supportive and fun environment. Drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture are all included! Each week is an independent class, so students can take one, two, or all three. If you want a chance to play with art materials, make awesome artworks, and have a ton of creative fun, this camp is for you! Class is limited to 12 students and cost is $250. Art Camp is led by Holy Child Middle School Art Teacher Lori Hunter.

Each Monday campers must register in the O’Neill Gymnasium lobby (complete payment is due at drop-off); thereafter they are to be dropped off/picked up at the entrance to Broderick Hall.

Cost:

  • $250 per week for morning Art Camp (9 a.m.-12 p.m. Includes snack)

Kinder Camp

Ages: 3–6
Dates: June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26
Time: 9 a.m. – noon (half-day)
      or 9.am. - 3 p.m. (full day)

  • Lunch is provided for full-day Kinder Camp package
  • Early Care is available from 8-9 a.m. for morning camps
  • Extended Care is available for all camps that end at 3 p.m. Extended Care ends at 5 p.m. (cost is $15/day or $75/week for morning care, $25/day or $125/week for aftercare)

Themes for Kinder Camp

  • June 8-12 (Week 1):  Let's Go Camping:  It's time to break out the fishing gear, binoculars, bug boxes, and water shoes as we explore the great outdoors! Come join us for a wild adventure!
  • June 15-19 (Week 2):  Olympic Games:  We're going for the GOLD! Campers will learn about sportsmanship and teamwork as they interact in a variety of high energy relay races and other fun cooperative activities. Let the games begin!
  • June 22-26 (Week 3):  Stars & Stripes: Let's celebrate the USA and show our patriotism for the land of the free!

Kinder Camp features story time, arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor games, nature walks, outside water activities, and more. This is an ideal opportunity for your young child to play constructively, learn cooperatively, and make friends. This camp is offered as a half day or full day option. Children must be toilet trained. Children should wear bathing suits daily under their clothing for water play. Counselors: Holy Child School at Rosemont teachers Rebecca Robinson, Jen Dziengelski.

Each Monday campers must register in the O’Neill Gymnasium lobby (complete payment is due at drop-off); thereafter they are to be dropped off/picked up at the entrance to Broderick Hall.

Cost:

  • $275 per week for morning Kinder Camp (9 a.m.-12 p.m. Includes snack)
  • $400 per week for full day Kinder Camp (9 a.m.-3 p.m. Includes snack and lunch).

Summer Fun Camp

Ages: Children entering grades 1–8
Dates: June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26
Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Boys and girls will build on their abilities and enhance their enjoyment of recreation with games and exercises at the Holy Child gym and all-weather field. Children will learn teamwork, leadership skills, and the rules of play, and build athleticism and self-esteem throughout this high-energy, low-pressure camp. Please pack sunscreen and water bottles for the weather conditions outdoors. Counselors: Holy Child School at Rosemont Director of Athletics Maribeth McCallion and teacher Steve Clarke.

Each Monday campers must register in the O’Neill Gymnasium lobby (complete payment is due at drop-off); thereafter they are to be dropped off/picked up at the O’Neill Gymnasium.

Cost:

  • Full Day: $325 per week includes snack and lunch (9 a.m.-3 p.m.)
  • Morning: $200 for half-day morning session only; does NOT include lunch (9 a.m.-noon)
  • Afternoon: $200 per week includes lunch (12-3 p.m.)
  • Early Care is available from 8-9 a.m. for morning camps
  • Extended Care is available for all camps that end at 3 p.m. Extended Care ends at 5 p.m. (cost is $15/day or $75/week for morning care, $25/day or $125/week for aftercare)

STEAM Camp

Ages: There will be two sessions of STEAM Camp offered. One session is for up to 10 campers entering grades 1-2 and the other is for up to 10 campers entering grades 3-5.
Dates: June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26
Time: 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Location: Lower School Science Lab and Innovation Station

Early Care is available from 8-9 a.m. for morning camps (cost is $15/day or $75/week for morning care)

Drop-off and pickup at the Wendover Road entrance.

Build, invent, design, and experiment with Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Riviello in our newly created STEAM Camp! STEAM Camp is the perfect opportunity for campers who are entering 1st-5th grades to explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math through hands-on experiments, projects, and games. The campers will exercise their problem-solving and critical thinking skills, while simultaneously fueling their curiosity and creativity.

This Summer’s Sessions: *Please note the intended grades for each camp.*

Themes Week 1:

June 8-12 (A.M. Session, Grades 1-2): Super Sleuths - Do you have what it takes to be a secret agent? Join us for a week of training during which we will dust for fingerprints, make invisible ink, crack encrypted messages, and more to solve different cases. The week will culminate in a “Whodunit” mystery where our detective skills will be put to the test! This camp is limited to 10 campers entering grades 1-2.

June 8-12 (A.M. Session, Grades 3-5): Brain Games - The brain truly has a mind of its own! In this camp, we will exercise and stretch our brains with experiments, riddles, optical illusions, puzzles, and more. The campers’ brains will be put to the test with a mind-boggling “escape the lab” challenge at the end of the week. This camp is limited to 10 campers entering grades 3-5.

Themes Week 2:

June 15-19 (A.M. Session, Grades 1-2): Zip, Zoom, Vroom! - Do you feel the need for speed? From racing cars and roving robots to sailing boats and soaring rockets, we will explore, engineer and experiment with the forces of motion. This camp is limited to 10 campers entering grades 1-2. 

June 15-19 (A.M. Session, Grades 3-5): Gizmos, and Gadgets - Ozobots and littleBits and MakeyMakey, oh my! In this camp, we will take advantage of some of the awesome technology at Holy Child for a week of robotics, coding, tinkering, and 3-D printing. This camp is limited to 10 campers entering grades 3-5.

Themes Week 3:

June 22-26 (A.M. Session, Grades 1-2): Once Upon a Design - A parachute for Jack, a tower for Rapunzel, a raft for the Three Billy Goats Gruff, a new bed for Goldilocks. In this camp, campers will be challenged to brainstorm, design, and build architectural solutions to problems from some famous fairy tales. This camp is limited to 10 campers entering grades 1-2.

June 22-26 (A.M. Session, Grades 3-5): Fun at the STEAM Park - Buckle up and enjoy the ride! In this camp, we will uncover and discover the STEAM behind some of your favorite amusement park rides, games, and foods. From concocting sweet treats to engineering a model coaster, this camp is sure to take your summer fun to new heights! This camp is limited to 10 campers entering grades 3-5.

Each Monday campers must register in the O’Neill Gymnasium lobby (complete payment is due at drop-off); thereafter they are to be dropped off/picked up at the Wendover Road entrance.

 

Cost:

  • $325 for morning session

Sports Camps

*There is no early or late care available for sports camps.

Field Hockey Camp
Ages: Children entering grades 4-8
Dates: August 24-28
Time: 9 a.m.-noon

Holy Child School at Rosemont's Field Hockey Camp provides both a tune-up and introduction to the fall season. The drills and scrimmages are designed for both novices and experienced players alike. Children will need to provide personal equipment and appropriate footwear. Counselors: Holy Child School at Rosemont head varsity field hockey coach Casey Rooney and head JV coach to be determined.

Each Monday campers must register in the O’Neill Gymnasium lobby (complete payment is due at drop-off); thereafter, they are to be dropped off/picked up at the O’Neill Gymnasium

Cost: $200 per week

Football Camp
Ages: Children entering grades 4-8
Dates: August 24-28
Time: 9 a.m.-noon

Holy Child School at Rosemont’s Football Camp features drills that are designed to improve participants’ skills and encourage their development as well-rounded players. The drills and skills are presented in a challenging but pressure-free environment. Children will need to provide personal equipment and appropriate footwear. Counselors: Holy Child School at Rosemont head varsity football coach Todd Wolov, and assistant varsity coach Joe Savitsky and head JV football coach Steve Clarke.

Each Monday campers must register in the O’Neill Gymnasium lobby (complete payment is due at drop-off); thereafter, they are to be dropped off/picked up at the O’Neill Gymnasium.

Cost: $200 per week

Registration

Registration Information (online only)

  • Please complete the online registration 
  • One application form is required for each child.
  • All camp fees are due at the time of registration.
  • No refunds
  • No prorated camps
  • No switching camps after registering 

For further information:

Maribeth McCallion
Summer Camp Director
610-922-1016

Contact Information

No refunds

No prorated camps

No switching camps after registering

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