Summer at PHS


Please note the following changes for the Summer at Pembroke Hill 2021 program:

The Pembroke Hill Office of Infection Control, infectious disease experts and our Health Triggers Task Force members have announced that we will discontinue the COVID surveillance testing program for the 2021 summer programs. The decision is based on this past year's data from our COVID surveillance program, growth of vaccination rates, current number of COVID-19 infections in the metro area, face masks, self-reporting of symptoms and many additional mitigations. Depending on COVID case numbers within the Kansas City area and the transmission risk of new viral variants over the summer, we may determine it is necessary to reinstate the testing program.

Pembroke Hill will continue to require all individuals to wear face masks while on campus and to follow social distancing guidelines.  Additionally, we will maintain classroom cohorts to minimize contact between groups and continue heightened cleaning and sanitization procedures.

While we have made a few changes for 2021, the Summer at Pembroke Hill program will continue to offer engaging and exciting classes, opportunities to make new friends and create memories with old ones, all while focusing on what summer is really about…having fun!

Registration will now remain open until 10 days prior to the start of each camp. To make a reservation or add to your existing reservations, please click the link below.

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Click here to view the 2021 Catalog!

2021 Catalog Corrections:

1) Book Worms Session:

The catalog contains an error regarding the order of courses in the Book Worms session, grades 3-5, that affects both the AM only and full-day program.  Here is the correct schedule of classes for that session:

  • Week 1 AM: Dahlightful Tales

  • Week 1 PM: Summer Term at Hogwarts (Coterie Theatre)

  • Week 2 AM: Creative Writing

  • Week 2 PM: We Built This City (Coterie Theatre)

2) Leaf Collect and Create:

The catalog contains an error regarding the course, Leaf Collect and Create, grades 6-8.  While the course is listed correctly on the At-a-Glance schedule as a PM session, it is listed incorrectly in the catalog under course descriptions as an AM session.  The class is scheduled Week 4, June 28- July 2, 12:30 - 3:30 p.m.

Contact Information

Paula Engetschwiler

Paula Engetschwiler
Director of Auxiliary Programs