CRS Summer is off to a great start! The Nature and STEM and STEM and Sports programs have wrapped up their second weeks and the first session of the Creative Arts Program ended on Friday with a Festival Day. This long-standing tradition is a time for campers to showcase the work they have done, art they have created, and fun they’ve had throughout the session. Parents, caregivers, and other family members joined campers and staff on campus to see first-hand what’s been happening these past two weeks.
The STEM and Sports camp was added this summer to meet the needs of children ages 9-11 and offers a variety of activities including basketball, dodgeball, capture the flag, soccer, wall ball, and, of course, daily swimming. Also new this summer is CRS Summer Minis, a series of 45-minute programs for children ages 2-4 and a caregiver. Designed to expose toddlers and preschoolers to science, music, and art exploration, the Minis are a welcome addition for local families looking for summer enrichment for their young children.
Next week, the popular Summer Launchpad program returns; this hands-on, project-based entrepreneurship and business camp for ages 10-14 is run in partnership with the D’Amore-McKim School of Business (Northeastern University). Campers learn to transform ideas into viable products and services, innovate, problem-solve quickly, and present confidently.
Limited spaces are still available for the final 6 weeks of CRS Summer. Click here for more information or to register.