Credit: Nobles Day Camp
Nobles Day Camp is a fun and caring camp dedicated to delivering a quality summer enrichment program for kids aged 3.5 – 14. Campers develop life skills through experiential, engaging activities that build independence and self-confidence in a non-competitive atmosphere. The camp is located on a 187 acre campus with access to the Charles River for row boating, canoeing and kayaking.
Campers join coed groups of children of the same grade for group activities. They choose their daily activities from a selection of age-appropriate options. A wide variety of activities is offered including archery, beading, boating, ceramics, gymnastics, mini golf, sports, swimming, theater and woodworking, among many others.
In addition to the day camp, Noble and Greenough School offers stand alone specialty programs, including STEM, basketball, soccer, volleyball, wrestling, and community service. At this time, there is no minimum number of weeks required to register for the specialty programs.
Counselors and activity staff are comprised of adults, parents and/or schoolteachers. The average counselor to camper ratio is 1:3.
Morning snack is provided for all campers and included in tuition. Campers may purchase a lunch on a weekly basis or bring their own lunch to camp. Bagged lunches are offered Monday through Thursday for all ages except for campers entering grades 8-9.
Bus transportation is available on a first come, first served basis from Brookline, Needham, Newton, and Westwood/Medfield. An additional fee applies.