Delphi Academy Summer Day Camp
Delphi Academy of Boston, Milton, MA
617 333-9610 or
Summer Camp is the perfect time to give Delphi Academy a try. Most of our regular school year curriculum is available to students, but we spend a lot of our time during summer weeks just having fun. Camp is available for students from the age of two through fourteen. Each student gets a personalized program for both academics and recreation.
Summer is a great chance for students to sharpen up their study skills, brush up on subjects like reading or math, advance themselves in existing studies or explore new interests.
Younger students can take advantage of our early-reading program offered during the summer. In fact, some of our children have learned to read for the very first time during their Summer Session at Delphi. Academic classes are held four mornings a week for an hour and a half. Our summer students also have the benefit of working with our experienced, year-round faculty, who are an important part of the summer academic program.
The other part of summer at Delphi is fun. Most of our days during the summer session are consumed with swimming, arts and crafts and a variety of outdoor activities. Two days a week, all but the very youngest campers (campers five and older) head to an Olympic-sized pool near the school for a combination of swimming lessons and free-swim time.
Afternoons are spent on arts and crafts activities as well as additional physical education. Depending on their age, our summer campers may learn to make puppets, find out about cooking, make colorful clay art, try their hand at painting and sketching, or sing camp songs. Team games like soccer, kickball, dodgeball, basketball and gymnastics give children additional physical exercise.
Most Fridays, our older, more experienced swimmers (usually six and older) go to the beach. Our younger campers (five and younger) might go to a farm, a museum, the zoo, hike the Blue Hills or go berry picking. Delphi Academy brings together learning and fun to give all our children a summer to remember.