Summer at PHS

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.

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.

Boy with Bubbles at Pembroke Hill Summer Program

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.'


Contact Information

Sara Dougherty

Auxiliary Programs Manager