Hampshire Country School’s Camp Registration Open with a Bonus
Hampshire Country School is pleased to share they will be welcoming campers back onsite in July 2022 after canceling the program last summer due to the pandemic. Timbertop is the school’s 4-week sleep-away camp and will run from July 3 to 30. Students attending the full session of Timbertop camp are eligible to add on a full psycho-educational evaluation with clinical psychologist Dr. Jennifer Zeisz Ph.D.
Timbertop is a small camp for boys ages 8 to 13 who are generally more successful in settings with a high level of adult interaction. The camp is limited to 20 boys and is now accepting registrations for new campers.
Campers enjoy being outside and exploring the world around them but sometimes have difficulties navigating the complex social situations that emerge in larger, less personal camps. Timbertop campers benefit from a safe and nurturing sleep-away experience that allows them to relax and form lasting friendships.
Campers participate in a structured day filled with traditional camp activities, such as swimming, canoeing, fishing, nature hikes, biking, arts and crafts, climbing wall, and various other activities. Campers will also learn many outdoor living and camping skills as well as participate in activities on our working farm. Timbertop will follow COVID protocols and take guidance from Public Health as needed.
Visit Hampshire Country School Summer Camp Timbertop for more information.
About Hampshire Country School
Hampshire Country School, founded in 1948, is a place of possibilities for high-ability boys entering between upper elementary and early high school. The school offers understanding, light-heartedness, and structure to educate boys in a family-style, supportive, and calming learning community. Inspiring excitement for learning, living, and playing, the school promotes growth in academics as well as social, behavioral, and emotional intelligence. The over 1,700-acre campus, comprised of lakes, farmland, nature trails, and woods, provides for the intentional integration of structured classes and experiential activities to nurture the right, active, and curious side of each boy. The School works well with twice-exceptional boys who may have been diagnosed with ASD, NLD, ADHD, and similar diagnoses.