Every Moment Counts

A Stevens education encourages inquiry, critical thinking and collaborative problem solving.

Purposeful learning, every moment of every day, is why Stevens graduates are More Than Ready for success in high school and beyond.

Summer Camp Programs

Stevens Cooperative School Summer Programs provide quality, safe, fun summer days for your child. Our staff is comprised of experienced teachers as well as specially selected support staff. We share our progressive philosophy and warm traditions to ensure a fulfilling experience for everyone. We look forward to providing you and your child with a memorable summer experience!

Our Programs

Little Stevens Day Camp (PreK 3s & 4s)

These programs welcome young children into a warm and encouraging community as they enjoy a variety of fun and enriching indoor and outdoor activities. Each group is led by two teachers in our beautiful air-conditioned facility with direct access to outdoor play areas. Camp days include music, art, engineering, water play and collaborative games.

Creative Geniuses (PreK 4s)

Creative Geniuses is a nurturing program designed to expose your little one to math, science and the arts. These classes will unleash the creative thinking inherent in all young children.

Stevens Day Camp (K-6th grade)

Children will enjoy all the features of a suburban day camp while being minutes from home. Camp groups are led by experienced early childhood teachers with activities rooted in the tenets of progressive education.

Connections! (K-8th grade)

Connections classes give children an opportunity to study a single topic of interest for an entire week while still enjoying summer camp classics like swimming and excursions. Classes are taught by teachers who are professionals in their fields. All Connections include field trips unless otherwise noted.

Think Tank (2nd-8th grade)

These enrichment courses are designed to challenge your student and set the stage for greater intellectual growth and learning.

2017 Summer Brochure

For a downloadable copy of the 2017 brochure, click here.


Abby Grandison
Director of Auxiliary Programs