Welcome! Thank you for considering The Chestnut Hill School Summer Camp. Here, on our website, you will find all of the information necessary for your summer camp decision. Since 1972, our focus remains strong; our mission is to create a high quality summer camp environment where campers (ages 3-14) and staff feel supported and challenged through a diverse range of enriching, enjoyable and safe programs. Our purposefully designed camp activities, electives, and arts performances focus on providing every camp member with opportunities for personal growth, increased self-confidence, and a sense of community.
We are proud of our….
~ Creative Arts and Sports and Specialty Camp Offerings (Specialty Camps include: STEAM, Robotics, and Math)
~ Developmentally designed camper divisions and schedules
~ Diverse performances and thematic weekly events (need link)
~ Low camper to staff ratios
~ Experienced and engaging staff
~ Wide range of innovative and traditional activities that offer something for everyone: archery, art, basketball, ceramics, dance, drama, gaga, movie making, music, science, soccer, swimming, tennis and much more)
This was our second summer at CHS. It is a superbly enriching environment in which they truly thrive. We consistently hear about the diversity of activities and an intense level of engagement. Counselors and staff are very present and actively involved in a manner my kids appreciate. Thank you for a great summer and we look forward to next summer. -Intermediate and upper camp parent
The Chestnut Hill School Summer Camp is committed to creating a diversified community. It is a coeducational nonsectarian institution which does not discriminate based on color, disabilities, family structure, gender, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation, or in the administration of its educational policies, athletic and other school-administered programs. The Chestnut Hill School Summer Camp is licensed by the City of Newton and the City of Brookline Board of Health Departments and follows states Department of Public Health (105CMR 430) regulations.