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Summer Programs at The Hill

Every summer, The Hill School hosts a variety of camps on its campus, ranging from athletic camps to academic camps; and day camps or overnight camps. All summer camps at The Hill are able to utilize the School's dormitory, dining, athletic, educational, and health facilities as needed.

For more information about Summer Programs at The Hill, please contact Steve Notebaert, Director of Summer Programs, by phone at 610-705-1034 or by email at snotebaert@thehill.org.
 
Engineering | June 19-June 30 (day)
A STEAM program for rising 7th and 8th grade students who want to explore the engineering design process.

Writing Workshops | Creative Writing: June 19-23, Poetry: June 26-30 (day)
A writing lab for rising 7th and 8th grade students  that will help students hone their writing skills and find their own voices through the written word.
 
June 19 - 22 (day)
For boys entering grades 1-9 and girls entering grades 1-5 
 
July 13 - 15 (residential and day)
For girls entering grades 9-12
 
July 16 - 19 (overnight)
A residential camp for boys and girls players in the U-9 through U-16 age groups.
 
July 27 - 30 (overnight)
 
July 31 - August 3 (day)
 
NPM Boarding Life and Prep
August 6 - 18 (Overnight)
A camp for all international students interested in applying to United States boarding schools, NPM Boarding Prep and Life is designed to successfully prepare international students, especially Chinese students, for their boarding life in America. Living in America and attending US boarding schools are different experiences. Knowing about the boarding life and the schools' expectation will make a difference in the students' application as well as life in the boarding schools.  Professional consultants and admissions representatives from Top New England Boarding Schools will introduce students to boarding school structure, give an overview of the admission process, help students create a list of "do's and do not's" for their application, and teach students how to communicate openly and honestly.
 
Program contact: Jeanne Choi
 
August 7 - 10 (day)
For girls entering grades 1-9 
 
August 7 - 9 (day)

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