MAJORS AND MINORS
Our East Hampton campus is now the exclusive location for our Majors and Minors programs for campers ages 6–14. All your favorite activities have returned for the 2017 season, and new programs are in the works, promising to make next summer more dynamic than ever!
At Summer Camp @Ross, campers select from a variety of Morning Majors and Afternoon Minors, tailoring their camp experience to topics they are interested in and want to learn about. Majors and Minors encompass all kinds of topics, from science, to creative arts, to athletics, and are led by specialists in the field and experienced counselors. Delicious and nutritious lunches served in the Ross Café keep campers fueled throughout the day, and sessions are punctuated with fun theme days, special visitors, performances, and other entertainment.
Location: East Hampton
Schedule: Full or Half Day
Arrival and Meeting
Recess and Lunch
There are 24 different majors to choose from, each taught by trained professionals. Click on the different categories below and find the major that is right for your camper. Choose a different major each week or stay with the same one for your full session!
Each week, campers select a different class to explore another area of interest. These Afternoon Minor offerings rotate on a weekly basis. Minors are subject to change.
Our final list of minors will not be available until Spring 2017; a sample of past offerings appears in the list to the right. After you register, you will be notified by email when minor selection is open. Choose a different minor each week or stay with the same one throughout your session!
Art with Natural Materials, Basketball, Chess, Circus, Comics and Animation, Creative Challenge, Dance Mix, Dodgeball/Ga-Ga, Garden, Illustration, Jewelry Making, Jr. Crime Investigators, Karaoke, Local Art, Magic, Mixed Martial Arts, Printmaking, Sculpture, Self-Portraits, Set Design, Shake Down: Yoga and Movement, Soccer, Theater Arts
Every Friday is Fantastic Friday, where campers and counselors dress up to specific themes in an exciting display of camp pride. Some past themes include 'Toon Day, Mythical Creature Day, and Hawaiian Shirt Day! Friday afternoons are a time of campwide celebration featuring field days, talent shows, special guests, concerts, and much more!
Some majors require two-week commitments. A few majors have minimum age requirements. Check the individual pages for each major for applicable restrictions. Campers attending multiple weeks may select a different major each week, except where a two-week commitment is required.