Hello Camp Families!
Welcome to our new Summer Camp @Ross website! 2017 registration is now open, so have a look around!
Summer Camp @Ross will run eight weeks in 2017, from June 26 to August 18, on both our Bridgehampton and East Hampton campuses, and we are excited to announce some new programming options! Check out One @Ross (a sampler of camp activities) for ages 6–12 and Sleepaway @Ross for ages 9–12!
Receive 10% off the price of camp if you enroll and pay in full by January 1, 2017.
Summer Camp @Ross
At our East Hampton campus, Summer Camp @Ross’s unique program offers campers ages 6–14 the opportunity to follow their passions and focus on creative activities, scientific investigation, and sports. Campers choose a Morning Major and Afternoon Minor for each session from a wide range of topics, personalizing their camp experience with activities that they love and want to explore further under the guidance of specialists and experienced counselors.
Ages 12 and under
The Bridgehampton campus is the primary location for our Early Childhood programming for campers ages 0–6, including Music and Movement, Creative Explorations, and Sports Explorations. Early Childhood campers are led by expert instructors who provide the best of care for our young participants. Bridgehampton campers ages 6–12 can register for One @Ross, a new all-inclusive program combining all of your favorite Summer Camp @Ross programming into one action-packed day.
Sleepaway @Ross is our new, sophisticated sleepaway camp for campers ages 9–12 who are ready to take the next step toward independence. Combining the great experiences our daytime programs have to offer with the camaraderie of a boarding house and evening activities designed specifically for older elementary students, these two-week sessions guarantee even more summer fun in the Hamptons!
Summer Term @Ross
SUMMER TERM @ROSS
At Summer Term @Ross, learning and fun go hand in hand! This summer you can gain a competitive edge, increase your test scores, immerse yourself in a new language, learn new skills, train with renowned tennis professionals, or conduct hands-on research in engineering, design, or marine science.