Do you want your child to be known, to belong, to be challenged, to have opportunities, to be confident, to be ready? We want you to learn why you want Wooster School for your child! We invite you to come visit and see firsthand how students and teachers make meaning together every day!
Join us for an Open House on Saturday, October 26 at 9:00 am
Camp Programs Overview
This program is for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten campers. The Mighty Explorers program offers a wonderful first camp experience. Our child focused, group centered program is designed to set your camper up for success. Each week campers will be exposed to different theme-based curricular activities.
This program is for 1st and 2nd grade campers. The Trailblazers program is designed specifically with the first and second grade camper in mind, the program encourages skill development, group cooperation and of course, FUN!
This program is for 3rd through 5th grade campers. The Pioneers program is an advanced version of the Trailblazers, designed for older campers to participate in a group dynamic with a more diverse daily schedule.
This program is for 6th through 8th grade campers. The Generals Program offers campers a summer full of fun, friends and great activities! Campers are placed with teachers and counselors who are kind, outgoing, encouraging and full of energy.
Discover new talents, develop skills, and build confidence with fun new challenges! All of our Specialty Camps are limited in the number of participants and cost a little more to cover the added material expenses that each incurs. Some Specialty Classes will have an additional fee attached to cover supplies and added instructor fee.
Extended Day options are available for students of all ages in ALL programs and are supervised by a head counselor who is assisted by senior and junior counselors. Activities may include arts & crafts, board games, computers, recreational activities.
Summer at Wooster Sports Camps allow kids to learn and develop their athletic skills in a fun and friendly environment. Highly skilled instructors and coaches teach game strategies, skills, sportsmanship and offer a full range of instruction.
CITs (Counselors in Training) are assigned to groups or activities as apprentices to the head and senior counselors. Participants develop leadership and interpersonal skills.