Summer camp begins the last day of classes in June and runs until the end of August. World Academy's Summer Camp is divided into two groups - Junior Camp, for children entering Kindergarten and Grade 1, and Senior Camp, for campers going into Grades 2 and up! Scroll down to view our Camp and each group's scheduled weekly activities! Note: Junior Campers sign up for two week blocks of 3, 4 or 5 days each week and Senior Campers can sign up for one-week blocks for the ten weeks of camp.
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, Camp, Before and After School and Vacation & Snow Day Programs. For example; students who register for camp must pay all applicable tuition fees, but need not pay an additional registration fee to enroll in the Before and After School Program for the school year following 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. 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
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Dr. Lisa Dias
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Do you know that feeling you get when you are REALLY enjoying yourself and you suddenly realize you’ve lost track of time? We strive for this feeling at our camp for EACH child, EVERY day!
We believe camp should be an informal educational experience, devoted to learning based on fun, play, and action to build personal competencies. The camp experience provides essential elements of sound youth development, along with age-appropriate structure and boundaries in which to explore and discover.
Our programs nurture each child’s natural wonder of the world, by providing a launching pad for creativity, imagination, and freedom where the environment, itself, becomes the teacher. Every day, our counselors work hard to facilitate high quality, relationship-based experiences that are full of fun, while promoting successful camper development and keeping all happily engaged on our safe, yet stimulating, campus. We look forward to sharing this summer's experiences with you!
World Academy offers a constantly progressive schedule of extracurricular and intramural activities for Elementary and Middle School students, in addition to the enriched curriculum and electives programs. The introduction of new and additional sports, clubs and activities is based on student interest.
Take a look at some of the activities below:
- Ballet & Tap Class
- Karate Instruction
- Private Piano Lessons
- Drama Club
- Debate Club
- Cross Country/Track
- Indoor Soccer
- Indoor Flag Football
- Intramural Swimming
- Intramural Skiing
- Ice Skating
- Continental Math League
- Lego League
- Student Council
- Peer Leadership Group
- Appalachian Mountain Club
We chose the World Academy because we want our children to be challenged in a nurturing environment. We are so pleased with their academic and social growth.
Camps are offered in 2-week sessions beginning June 19, 2017 and ending August 25, 2017. Junior Camp includes morning snack, lunch and afternoon snack. Fresh fruit will be available for Senior Camp morning and afternoon snack. Breakfast is included for all students who attend prior to 8 AM.
- $25 - Non-Refundable Registration Fee Per Session Due With Registration Form
- Registration Fee waived for all students enrolled for WA 17‐18 school year.
2017 Junior Camp Program
Entering Kindergarten and Gr 1
Pricing below covers two weeks of camp
2017 Senior Camp Program
Entering Gr 2 through Gr 5
Pricing below covers two weeks of camp
Please Note: all camps will be closed Tuesday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day.
There are no daily rates available for Senior Camp.
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