Buddies enjoy making friends and welcome opportunities to try new things. Campers are assigned a Best Buddies group and will spend the morning and lunch with a team of core counselors. Each day will be filled with exciting arts and crafts, outdoor play, games, activities, and more! Buddies will join other groups in 1st and 2nd grades for an array of afternoon activity choices, some offered by the core counselors and some by specialized instructors.
Campers will spend their mornings speaking, listening to, and understanding Spanish through various activities. They will cook, perform music, dance, tell stories, and participate in games and arts-and-crafts projects. This is a heterogeneous grouping of skill levels. In the afternoon, they will choose from several non-academic options.
With the academic needs of our campers in mind, this is an all-day infusion of fun and learning. Campers will brush up on academic skills while taking breaks for fun activities and games. In the mornings, they will focus on literacy in our Amazing Authors program and their math skills in the Number Ninjas program. In the afternoon, they will choose from several non-academic options.
This full-day session will offer swim lessons, skill-building, and pool games. Assessments on the first day of each camp session will ensure readiness for this program. Campers will be grouped and placed in ability groups.
Lowell’s own Super Mario will lead campers on a week-long adventure bursting with thrills and excitement. Whatever you want...it’s in there! Woodworking, hiking in Rock Creek Park, soccer, board games, arts and crafts, and more!
Priority registration for Lowell families runs from 9 am on December 15 to 11:30 pm on December 31. Please use the priority link you received in the December 15 email. On January 1, registration opens to the public.
Session 1: June 20 to July 7 (closed on July 4)
Session 2: July 10 to July 28 (half day on July 28)
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.