COVID-19 Summer Camp Update

Cyber-Summer Session June 1-19

With a distinct focus on health and safety, we are ready for whatever comes. Our campers are our priority and right now virtual camp is the way we can serve families best. Therefore, we have a first-round of virtual summer programming queued up and ready to go.

June 1-19 we will run Lowell's first Cyber-Summer camp containing a mix of one-week, three-week, and drop-in sessions live online. Check out our new programs listed on our cyber-summer webpages.

Registration is now open!

Cyber-Summer Session June 22-July 10

Next session’s camp programming is packed with virtual versions of previously scheduled on-campus programs, as well as offerings designed specifically for a virtual camp experience. All programs are designed to easily transition to in-person gatherings in the event that we can return to campus (or remain virtual to accommodate families who choose to stay at home).

Both camp formats will include new academic enrichment programs designed to help campers retain math and literacy skills. Campers will learn and apply skills in ways that feel familiar to school, but also offer fun more typical of camp experiences.

Registration opens Friday, May 22.

Cyber-Summer Session July 13–31
More information coming soon.

Programs for Middle Schoolers
All programs for rising 6th-8th graders will be held virtually this summer. A mix of academic enrichment and opportunities to socialize and have fun will be offered to give campers a balanced selection of programs to meet interests and needs. All middle school programs will begin June 22 and will continue through July 31.

Registration opens Friday, May 22.

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  • Dawn Smith 

    Director of Auxiliary Programs, Service Learning Coordinator
    202-577-2006

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Lowell School is a private PK-8th grade school located in NW Washington, DC. At Lowell students gain the knowledge, skills, and social-emotional literacy to be the bold leaders and creative problem solvers our world needs.