Welcome to The Bement School Summer Programs! The Bement School offers summer programs for local and international students from 4 to 15 years old. Located on our beautiful campus in Historic Deerfield, Massachusetts, our programs give children the opportunity to enjoy the fun of a traditional day camp and to help create their own schedule by choosing from our wide range of unique activities.
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Summer 2015 Sessions
Session 1: June 29- July 10
Session 2: July 13- July 24
Session 3: July 27- August 7
Summer 2015 Tuition
$450 per two-week session ($300 for CiTs)
Summer Program Director
The Bement School
The Adventure Day Camp (for ages 7 years to 15 years) offers fun-filled days of games, crafts, and swimming, with activity choices that include Chinese, cooking, rocketry, sports, nature, arts and crafts, and swimming.
New this year, Outdoor Challenge Weeks are an exciting collaboration between Bement and Adventure In Adventure Out. This thrilling opportunity engages your spirit of adventure while encountering the special outdoor places of the Pioneer Valley. Dates: June 22-26, August 10-14, August 17-21
The Counselor-in-Training program (for ages 13-15 years old) gives teenagers experience working with children and developing valuable job skills while still enjoying the fun of summer camp!
The Junior Camp provides a safe, nurturing camp experience for our youngest campers (children ages 4, 5, and 6 years old, or children entering preschool, kindergarten, and first grade). Campers will enjoy thematic activities, including games, arts and crafts, and outdoor play, as well as daily swim lessons and even a special field trip each session.
The Bement School’s English Language and American Culture Summer Program (students ages 7-12 years) for international students balances English language learning with immersion in American culture. Please refer to the program page for more information on applications and tuition.
This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health.