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Summit Summer at The Summit Country Day School

We provide all day programs from May 31 through August 5 for children in pre-school to grade 12. Our program is fresh and packed full of fun for children from all over the tri-state area. Additionally, we offer classes for high school students to receive graduation credit or to explore a new interest.

Address: 2161 Grandin Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Phone: (513) 871-4700
Website: www.summitcds.org
Email: [email protected]
Gender of Campers: All
Dates: May 31 to August 5
Hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Ages: 3 years old to Grade 12

Q&A with The Summit Country Day School:

What makes Summit Summer at The Summit Country Day School unique?

Summit Summer camp provides an opportunity for children to gather from many areas to enjoy summer fun. It is open to students from all schools and serves ages 3 years old through grade 12.

What activities are offered at Summit Summer at The Summit Country Day School?

The Summit Country Day School’s signature Traditional Day Camp has 9 weeks of summer, each with a theme which centers our games, activities and crafts. Each week we will get unplugged and into nature as we enjoy being a child in the summertime!

What is the camper-to-counselor ratio?

Our groups are typically between 6-9 campers to a teacher, assistant or counselor.


How much time do the campers spend outside?

Much time is spent outdoors exploring nature and our beautiful campus in the heart of Hyde Park. Weather permitting, we enjoy multiple activities outdoors each day.

Does the camp provide lunch/snacks or do parents need to provide them?

Parents will send campers with a packed lunch each day to enjoy with friends. Summit Summer is a peanut free camp and can accommodate other allergies or food sensitivities.

What is the typical daily schedule for campers?

This answer would depend on which one of the many choices in offerings you make!

How old are the counselors and how are they trained?

The counselors are trained and a part of our Upper School Leadership training. They are trained in basic first aid, as well as how to handle children in a camp environment. They are always supervised by an additional adult.


What accommodations are made for campers with special needs?

Our camp is not equipped to handle children with pronounced special needs. We aim for the children to enjoy a traditional camp environment with many activities, location changes, transitions and games/crafts requiring basic motor skills.


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