Customize Your Summer Program
Welcome to Summer at AIS: Adventures for the Independent Spirit, one of the best summer camps in the Main Line suburbs and surrounding Philadelphia region! Summer at AIS provides a one-of-a-kind camp experience for boys and girls. From our youngest PreK camper to our oldest Course for Credit student, there is an adventure ahead for boys and girls of all ages. Courses, Camps, and Clinics are available throughout the summer to allow your camper to create a truly customized experience! Focus on your camper’s specific area of interest or try something new! Design your summer adventure with 1.5 hour, half-day, or full-day options. The program admits students of any racial, ethnic, religious, socio-economic and geographical background to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Contact us with any questions at email@example.com or please call 610.672.1272.
Seven Weeks of Summer at AIS
|Week 1: June 12–June 16||Week 5: July 10–July 14|
|Week 2: June 19–June 23||Week 6: July 17–July 21|
|Week 3: June 26–June 30||Week 7: July 24–July 28|
|Week 4: July 3–July 7*||*No camp Tuesday, July 4.|
The Camp Office will be closed on Tuesday, July 4. Camp will be in session Monday, Wednesday–Friday of the week of July 4th.
Learn more about Schedules & Pricing.
FORMS & DOWNLOADS
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Options, Course Sizes, Requirements
- Full- day and half-day options are available. Campers may choose 1–4 courses per day.
- Class size is limited to meet the individual needs of each student. For most courses, there are no week minimums and weeks need not be consecutive (unless otherwise specified).
- Most classrooms are air-conditioned. Dress is casual.
- All grade requirements for classes and activities refer to the grade a student will enter in the Fall of 2017.
Our talented staff includes AIS faculty, local certified teachers, professional artists, and experienced coaches. We also employ student workers, who assist the staff in a variety of ways.
There are no parent-teacher conferences for academic courses, but parents are welcome to contact the Camp Office with any questions.
DROP-OFF & PICK-UP
- Campers may be dropped off beginning at 8:30 a.m. (except Courses for Credit, where students may be dropped off at 8:15 a.m.)
- Campers are permitted on campus only when they are attending a course.
- Campers should be picked up immediately following their final course.