Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Pinewood Preparatory School will offer a new summer camp program this year, open to children ages 3 through 11.
“We have a great summer camp on campus for our enrolled children, but we have plenty of room for more,” said Head of School Steve Mandell. “We know working parents need a safe, fun-filled, educational program that is close to home, and we offer that.”
The program, dubbed “Pinewood Plus,” runs from June 3 through August 9.
The program will have a global focus this year, with campers exploring a different region of the world each week -- from Hawaii and Argentina, to Australia and the Bahamas. The program will also include sports, technology, drama, music and arts enrichment.
Weekly field trips to local points of interest such as Bee City, Gahagan Park and Celebration Town are planned. An additional fee of $10 is required, and transportation is provided.
Campers will also enjoy water days, with swimming and water play activities, and bike days, where they may bring their favorite riding toy to camp.
Campers may also take swimming lessons, which will be offered in three, six-day sessions for an additional $50 per session.
The Pinewood Plus Summer Program will run from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Cost is $150 per week. Campers can enroll by the week, or for the entire 10-week program. Enrollment is underway.
To register, visit www.pinewoodprep.com to download the registration packet or visit the school’s main office. Pinewood Preparatory School is located at 1114 Orangeburg Rd. in Summerville. For information, contact Lynn Dux at 843-376-0142 ext. 2202 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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