Our Summer Programs provide a unique blend of academic enrichment, creative exploration. Whether your child is passionate about science, arts, outdoor recreation, or simply looking to make lasting memories with new friends, we have a range of activities.
At Pembroke Hill School, we are committed to providing a summer experience that combines learning, laughter, and lasting friendships. Join us for a summer of growth, exploration, and fun! Early registration is encouraged, as spaces are limited.
2/7/24 Registration Opens to Current Pembroke Hill Families
2/12/24 Registration Open to All
Why Choose Pembroke Hill Summer Programs?
Academic Excellence: Our summer curriculum is carefully crafted to foster intellectual curiosity and academic growth. Experienced educators lead a variety of courses that encourage critical thinking, problem-solving, and hands-on learning.
Enriching Activities: From STEM workshops and language immersion programs to arts and music classes, we offer a wide array of activities to cater to every interest. Our goal is to ignite a love for learning in a fun and supportive environment.
Recreation & Outdoor Activities: Embrace the summer spirit with our recreation and outdoor activities. From hiking to riding bikes, there's something for every young athlete to enjoy.
Creative Arts: Unleash your child's creativity through our dynamic arts programs. Whether they're interested in painting, drama or set design, our experienced instructors provide the tools and encouragement for self-expression.
Leadership Development: We believe in nurturing the leaders of tomorrow. Our leadership programs focus on teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills, empowering students to become confident and responsible individuals.
A Few Program Highlights
Early Years Sand & Water Play (Age 2) - No need for a trip to the beach! Enjoy two weeks of sandcastles and water play both inside and outside!
I Do, You Do, We Do Robotics (Grades 1-2) - Using Lego® WeDo kits, students will work together as scientists and computer programmers to construct walking, talking and sometimes roaring robots. Through a variety of activities, students will learn the basic fundamentals of building and programming mechanisms to perform specific tasks.
Podcasts: The Modern Radio Show (Grades 3-5): Work collaboratively to make a podcast. Students will create a script, commercials, and news reports before recording their very own podcast.
Drama 101 (Grades 6-8): Learn more about theater and acting at Pembroke Hill with a week of fun! Explore improvisational acting, prop making, special effects make-up, and even have a mystery acting party at the end of the week!
College Exploration Prep (Grades 9-12): Delve into personal and career assessments, discuss how college admissions works from college search to application to decisions, and begin to explore college 'fit.'