75 Hicks  Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Plymouth Day Camp 2014
June 23–August 1

Discover the perfect summer experience for your preschooler!

Because we specialize in early childhood education, we understand what makes young campers happy campers. The focus of our summer is on giving each child the opportunity to make friends, learn self-help skills, and have lots of fun. Plymouth's experienced staff of trained early childhood professionals takes special care in guiding each child through the age-appropriate steps of gaining independence and building confidence.

Two specially crafted programs—one for younger three-year-olds (3.0-3.5), another for campers age 3.6 to age 6 (kindergarten graduate)— give every child the best possible camp experience. Whether half-day or full-day, camp programs allow time for both structured and unstructured play, and offer children a multisensory approach to learning and discovery. Above all, Plymouth Day Camp provides a safe and happy environment for every young camper.

Download the 2014 Registration Form

Sunny Smiles and Summer Fun

Plymouth Day Camp is a wonderful way to begin your child’s drop-off camp experience! Our intimate and nurturing program lets children enjoy what’s best about summer. The facilities include a large outdoor playground with sandbox, jungle gym, and warm-weather water play. Children have the opportunity to swim in our exceptionally well-staffed pool. They will learn how to stay safe in the water, as well as gain some basic skills for beginning to swim on their own. Our campers can experiment with music, crafts, yoga, gymnastics, sports, and much more.

We schedule special camp days too, filled with exciting visitors and activities. Last summer, we had visits from a storyteller, a petting zoo, and a live band, as well as an all-camp carnival and Crazy Hat Parade. This summer promises to bring even more fun!

The Plymouth Day Camp program is divided by age into a half-day schedule (9:00–12:30) for children age 3.0 to 3.5, and a full-day schedule (9:00–3:00) for children age 3.6 to age 6 (kindergarten graduate). Individual classroom groups are further divided by age. All children have a shared lunchtime at camp.

Camp Dates, Times, and Fees

Session 1: June 23–July 11 (no camp 7/4)
Session 2: July 14–August 1

Half-Day Campers (ages 3.o–3.5)
Mon–Fri 9:00–12:30
$1,050 per 3-week session
$2,025 per 6-week session

Full-Day Campers (ages 3.6–kindergarten graduate)
Mon–Fri 9:00–3:00
$1,590 per 3-week session
$3,100 per 6-week session

Camp group is calculated based on child's age as of June 1, 2014.

Register Now!

Download our registration form and drop it in the mail, or come by the Plymouth Church School office at 75 Hicks Street (between Orange and Cranberry Streets) during business hours to pick up and drop off your form.

To find out more about Plymouth Day Camp, or to receive a print brochure and form, please email Andrea Beaulieu, Director of the Plymouth Day Camp, or phone the Plymouth office.

The registration deadline is May 9. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Space fills up quickly, so be sure to register right away. A non-refundable $100 deposit is required upon registration. There will be a late fee of $50 for all registrations submitted after the deadline. After May 9, the full tuition amount is due upon registration. Balances and medical forms are due by June 3.

Cancellation/Refund Policy: Registrations canceled before May 9, 2014, will be refunded in full minus the $100 deposit. After May 9 and prior to the beginning of your chosen session(s), families will receive a 50% refund of the full cost of the canceled session(s).

Plymouth Day Camp
75 Hicks Street
Brooklyn, NY  11201
plymouthcamp @plymouthchurch.org 

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students: Plymouth Church School and its Plymouth Day Camp program admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administraiton of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.


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