Overview & Schedule

The weekly Lower School day camp, held on our West Campus, is a blend of summer fun, academic enrichment, artistic expression, and athletic enjoyment for students entering Grades 1 - 6.

8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. daily
$500 each week, $400 for the week of July 2-6
Lunch is included.

Classes are taught by a combination of dedicated and creative Brentwood School faculty and other outstanding professionals from the area. Group activities and games are led by trained young adult counselors from the Brentwood School community.

Programmed and Directed by Assistant Camp Director Jonathan Arriaran

2018 Lower Camp Schedule

Week 1: June 25 - 29 "Loud & Proud"

Period 1

8:45-9:45 a.m.

Period 2

10:15-11:15 a.m.

Period 3

12:00-1:00 p.m.

Yoga (1-2)My Story (3-6)Power Pokemon (1-3)
Beat Your Best (3-6)Court Sports (1-2)Field Games (3-6)
Wild Watercolors (1-2)Fun in the Sun (1-2)Beads & Beats
Kooky Cooks (3-6)Glee Club (1-2)Glee Club (3-6)
Express Yourself (3-6)Dance Machine (3-6)Vision Boards (1-2)

Week 2: July 2 - 6 "Throwback Week"

No need to sign up for elective options. In similar age groups, campers will rotate through these modules:

Board Game Blast from the Past

Do you like playing Monopoly, Sorry, and Life? In this class, you will recreate your own board game! We’ll look at board games over the years, learn about what makes a board game work, and create your own masterpiece!

Fast Feet & Fitness

Learn about agility & speed work as well as running games and activities. Students will learn the fundamentals of running and exercise. This is an upbeat fun class--it will keep you moving!

Flashback Artists

Let's flash back into time! Create your own works of art as we channel famous artists. Learn about cool art techniques, designs, and artistic styles.

Gardening Galore

We will be learning and practicing the basics of gardening. We will discuss and practice a few techniques that you can turn into a hobby!

Throwback Tunes

Do you love to sing? Well, come and sing with all your friends to some of the greatest song hits from the 60s through the early 2000s.

Week 3: July 9 - 13 "Are You Game?"

No need to sign up for elective options. In similar age groups, campers will rotate through these modules:

Games Around the World

We will be going on an exciting journey around the globe! Join us as we learn about different cultures through games!

Let’s Get Trivial

What is the name of Harry Potter’s owl? Who was the first President? Think you know these answers? Come and test what you know with different Trivia games, and help expand your knowledge.

Math Gamers

Calling all math whizzes! Explore your favorite math card games, board games, and interactive iPad apps. You can even invent your own games too! A great way to have fun and brush up on your math skills.

Mini-House Architecture

Are you up for the challenge of creating your very own mini-house? Get ready to make your own miniature world! Use clay, wood, art supplies, and more to create your very own mini-house!

Silly Olympics

Come participate in some fun and silly games! We will go on scavenger hunts, have potato sack races, obstacle courses, and so much more! Be ready to get active, make friends, and laugh a lot!

Week 4: July 16 - 20 "Spread the Love"

No need to sign up for elective options. In similar age groups, campers will rotate through these modules:

Animated Storytelling

Using games, technology, and little imagination, create animated stories you can narrate and star in which will be posted on our very own private online video channel.

Community Service

In this exciting class, we will connect with an organization in our community and help support their needs. It will be a great way to have fun with friends and feel the joy of giving back!

Gifts Galore

Love making others smile? In this class, have fun baking treats and making crafts for others. You will certainly brighten their day, and you may even get to make a gift for yourself!

Learning with The Lorax

Written by Dr. Seuss, The Lorax is a fun tale of a boy on an adventure to find a beautiful Truffula tree. Through reading this story and watching clips from the movie, students will learn and discuss the deeper meaning behind The Lorax, and learn more about human impact on the environment.

We Are The World

Students will learn to sing the epic song "We Are The World". This class will focus on uniting kids to stand together as one by sharing the vision of healing the world and spreading love to everyone!

Wonderful Writers

Do you like to tell stories, discuss current events, or enjoy journal writing? If you do, join us in Wonderful Writers! Students will have the opportunity to express themselves, discuss issues that are important to them, and get creative through multiple forms of writing.

Week 5: July 23 - 27 "Candyland"

Period 1

8:45-9:45 a.m.

Period 2

10:15-11:15 a.m.

Period 3

12:00-1:00 p.m.

Engineering Challenges (3-6)Cake Art (1-2)Chocolateers (1-2)
Candy Science (3-6)Yoga (1-2)Sweet Math (1-2)
Karate Kidz (1-2)Team Time! (3-6)Puzzled Confuzzled (1-2)
Games Galore (1-3)Brain Teasers (3-6)Awesome Architects (3-6)
Dance Jeopardy (4-6)Step Til You Drop (1-2)Disney Dance Party (3-6)

Week 6: July 30 - Aug 3 "Camp Invention"

The 2018 Camp Invention program was developed by some of our nation's most brilliant STEM minds including experienced educators, Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame and members of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Camp Invention will encourage your child to explore their inventiveness and problem-solving skills with experiences that will harness their curiosity, inspire creativity and evoke a sense of accomplishment! Click here to learn more.

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