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SEE CAMP Featured

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Details

Address
Oratory Prep &The Community Church, Mountain Lakes, Summit, NJ
Telephone
973-831-7779
E-mail
Contact Name
Chris Patrick
Director
Chris Patrick
Ages
1-8th grade
Not ACA Accredited
Not CCA Accredited
Camp Type: Day Camp, Coed, Academic Camp, Music/Arts, Camp Types, Camp in NJ, STEAM
So much more than just summer camp, SEE Camp is a Summer Excitement Experience!
Kids need to explore lots of avenues to find their true passions, so we make science, theater, art, and sports all equal parts of the fun. At SEE Camp, we help kids discover what they love to do.

Founded in 1994, SEE Camp was created by, and continues to operate in conjunction with, an educational services and consulting firm. Our team is comprised of a fully professional staff. From the counselors to the teachers and directors, all staff members serve as teachers during the school year or are college students preparing to become teachers upon graduation. That means that our counselors, whose primary function is to meet the needs of the campers in their assigned group, have the ability to effectively manage the dynamics of their groups. This naturally prompts their campers to come to create lasting bonds that carry over from summer to summer.

Our teachers and subject area directors know how to develop age-appropriate activities that challenge our campers and encourage them to try without the fear of being judged. Moreover, our camp directors, who possess masters’ degrees in educational leadership, are in tune with what it takes to be pro-active and manage both campers and staff to foster a positive, safe, and fun, learning environment.

This structure has proven to be a popular feature among parents and campers. With a variety of activities in STEM, art, theater, recreation, and swimming, getting bored is simply not an option at SEE Camp! Due to the hands-on nature of our curriculum in each of these areas, camper engagement is maximized. Whether it is campers building and testing bridges in science – cartooning in art – preparing for the SEE Camp Players’ next theatrical production of the summer – taking part in a yoga class, learning the sport of fencing, or playing volleyball in recreation – or cooling off and just having fun in the pool – campers are sure to thoroughly enjoy their day! And with each period lasting one hour, the day seamlessly flows and campers leave one day craving for more the next!