World Academy is looking forward to welcoming campers for our 2022 Summer Camp! This year’s SummerQuest themes will include The Great Outdoors, A Splash of Color, Animal Planet, H2-O’Yeah!, and Crazy Concoctions, so there will be fun brewing, every day!! Throughout the summer, campers will have the opportunity to explore adventures such as field trips, geocaching, camping, examining ecosystems, joining in recreational activities and sports, as well as performing quirky and crazy science experiments, participating in games and contests while enjoying laughter, literacy, and fun with friends! Our amazingly creative staff is working diligently to develop crafts, cooking activities, and sports and games that will be dynamic enough to encourage your child to dive deep into each theme.
Specials related to our themes are: being able to interact with live animal exhibits and explore ecosystems during our Animal Planet activities; creating treasure maps and leaping through a fun-filled water field day during H2-O’Yeah; learning how to make crystal candy, exploding volcanoes, and many more amazing mixtures in psychedelic science activities during Crazy Concoctions; and uncovering hidden nature surprises in geocaching activities during The Great Outdoors! These and many more activities will wow your camper this summer!
We believe that camp should be an informal educational experience, devoted to learning, based on fun, play, and action in a safe, yet stimulating environment. Our programs for all ages nurture each child's natural wonder of the world by providing a catalyst for creativity, imagination, and the freedom to explore and discover.
World Academy admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, or sex, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities available at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or sex in the administration of its educational or admissions policies. Students with disabilities will be accommodated to the extent of the facilities and resources available.
World Academy seeks to attract bright students and families whose varied interests, aptitudes, talents, motivation and character will enable them to undertake and master the school's program with enthusiasm and success. Since it is our goal to provide an enriched environment that will foster social, intellectual, physical and emotional growth for all of our children, we feel the needs of the child and wishes of the parent are of ultimate importance in the admission process.
We encourage families to visit our facility and meet our staff before registering for Camp. This visit gives you the chance to learn about our school, our staff and our programs, as well as for us to get to know your family, your campers and your expectations! Please contact the Admissions Office at World Academy to schedule a visit!
When you visit the school for Summer Camp Programs, our Director of Admissions will provide you with information on camp programs as well as the registration documents. A re-registration fee is due each year for students in all programs who currently attend and wish to return for the upcoming year, including school programs, Early Childhood Education Programs, and Camp. Registration documents for camp will be provided to your family when you visit. Upon registering all forms must be received no less than two business days prior to the child starting in the program and will be accepted if space is available. If your child has an IEP and/or 504 accommodations in his/her school, those documents must be reviewed by the Camp Coordinator prior to enrollment to ensure our camp can meet the needs of incoming campers.
A physician-endorsed notification indicating the completion of the set of immunizations prescribed by the State of New Hampshire must also be received at least 24 hours prior to the student's first day. Medical and emergency information must be updated annually, or as soon as the change occurs.
Meet the Staff
Administrative AssistantRead Bio
Middle School Teacher, StarLights Moderator, Summer Camp Enrichment Coordinator, Middle School Afterschool Coordinator, & Wilson Reading SpecialistRead Bio
Elementary TeacherRead Bio
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Support StaffRead Bio
Elementary Support & Kindergarten Afterschool TeacherRead Bio
- June 13th* to June 24th: The Great Outdoors (*Summer Camp will be closed on Monday, June 13th and Monday, June 20th)
- June 27th to July 8th: A Splash of Color (*Summer Camp will be closed on Monday, July 4th)
- July 11th to July 22nd: Animal Planet
- July 25th to August 5th: H2-O’Yeah!
- August 8th to August 19th: Crazy Concoctions
- August 22nd to August 26th: Goodbye, Summer!
What Does SummerQuest at World Academy Look Like?
- Daily outdoor swimming and playground/soccer field experiences, use of our gorgeous gym and rock climbing wall, arts and crafts, weekly cooking activities and awesome spontaneous fun!
- Intentionally planned activities and games formatted to bi-weekly themes, rated by the campers themselves!
- Two snacks provided daily, and nutritious lunches available for purchase Monday through Friday.
- Optional SummerQuest camp opportunities include soccer camp, special visitors, swim lessons, dance lessons, karate, cooking and art classes, and Lego design and more!
Early Childhood Programs: Infants through Preschool:
Our Early Childhood classes provide seamless, uninterrupted continuity between programs through the summer run by our highly qualified ECE teachers. With daily water-play and summer-themed curricula, students get to enjoy the outdoors, and our Preschool Threes and Fours students also get to use our onsite pools daily! Starting in September, the classrooms begin their academic curricula with continuing with monthly themes. All programs provide individualized learning year-round in a safe and secure environment. The students in our Preschool Fours program are also offered some of our SummerQuest craft and onsite field trips, and the entering Kindergarten students will be offered the opportunity for swim lessons.
Summer Enrichment Program
Here is an opportunity to eliminate the academic “summer slide” while having fun! This camp is designed to meet both the academic and social needs of late Elementary and Middle School Students (entering Grades 4-8).
Cost is $340 per week which includes all field trips and activities. Times are 8:30am to 4:30pm. Additional hours of fun activities can be added for families’ convenience at an hourly charge. Students from all schools welcome!
SummerQuest Camp Sample Schedule
For our younger campers, we have programs that are specifically tailored for younger campers who need the security of an all-day counselor and base camp. These campers will experience a consistent daily schedule, with a balance of animated fun mixed with quieter times, to encourage campers to choose activities that excite them. These campers are offered additional choices for swim lessons, sports camps, crafts and more!
SAMPLE schedule for younger campers (Entering K/Grade 1):
- 6:30-7:00 Breakfast in the Great Room
- 7:00-8:00 Free Choice Play in Classroom
- 8:00-9:00 Outside Recess
- 9:00-9:45 Snack & Morning Meeting
- 9:45-10:15 Rotation 1
- 10:15-10:45 Rotation 2
- 10:45-11:15 Gym
- 11:15-11:30 Wash Hands & Get Ready for Lunch
- 11:30-12:00 Lunch in Great Room
- 12:00-12:30 Change into Suits & Sunscreen
- 12:30-1:30 Pool
- 1:30-2:00 Change out of Suits
- 2:00-3:00 Rest/Quiet Independent Activities
- 3:00-3:30 Afternoon Snack
- 3:30-4:30 Natural Playground or Soccer Field
- 4:30-5:15 Free Choice Play in Classroom
- 5:15-6:00 Playground/End of the Day
Our older campers enjoy a true camp experience with the freedom to explore the themed activities available in our spacious game-filled outdoor cabin, with easy access to our expanded natural playground and soccer field. Team building activities, large and small group competitions, and exciting field trips give campers the opportunity to foster new and old friendships, while creating camp memories that will last a lifetime!
SAMPLE schedule for older campers (Entering Grades 2-4):
- 6:30 – 7:00 Great Room
- 7:30 – 10:00 Cabin, Natural Playground, Field, Picnic Area for Activities and Morning Meeting
- 10:00 – 12:00 Pool
- 12:00 – 12:30 Lunch
- 12:30 – 3:00 Gymnasium, Core or Café for Games, Cooking, STEM, Crafts, and Afternoon Snack
- 3:00 – 3:30 Elementary Playground
- 3:30 – 4:30 Open Swim, Picnic Area, Lawn Games
- 4:30 – 5:00 Cabin
- 5:00 – 6:00 Gym
Summer Camp is so cool because you get to go swimming every day, and the water is really refreshing, and you get to play crazy games! I really loved the cooking activities and the imaginative games and puppet shows we created. The counselors made it so much fun for us! - Yukino N., SummerQuest Camper
Camp is offered in one-week sessions beginning June 13, 2022 and ending August 26, 2022. Camp includes a morning and afternoon snack. Campers should bring their own lunches. Breakfast is included for all students enrolled in the AM program and arrive prior to 8 AM.
- $15 Registration fee: $15/week up to $150 due with Registration form.
- Camp Registration fee waived for all students enrolled for WA 22-23 school year.
Please note all camps will be closed on Monday, July 5th in observance of Independence Day.
2021 SummerQuest Camp Program - Entering K through Grade 4
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2021 Summer Enrichment Program - Entering Grades 4-8
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