Hawken Summer Programs 2022

We are excited to welcome campers to campus and to open registration now for our 2022 Hawken Summer Programs. This includes Hawklings (for your youngest campers), Girls Day Camp, Boys Day Camp, Girls Lifetime Adventure Camp, Boys Sports Camp, Summer Studies, Passports (1-week camps) and Athletic Camps. See below for more details on each of these offerings.

We are looking forward to offering a wide variety of fun summer activities for your children, and we thank you for your continued partnership and flexibility during these ever-changing times. Should you have any questions, please email the Hawken Summer Programs Team at summerprograms@hawken.edu.




Registration Open Now:

Hawken Day Camps provide a variety of exciting and challenging activities led by experienced professionals. While your child enjoys up to a six-week session, you’ll rest assured knowing he or she is in a safe, nurturing environment that includes daily hot lunches, optional transportation, and pre- and after-care services. Camp offerings include Hawklings (ages 4 – 5), Boys or Girls Day Camps (prekindergarten – grade 5), Boys Sports Camp (grades 4 – 8), and Girls Lifetime Adventure Camp (grades 4 – 8). 
 
Passport Camps offer unique week-long, full and half-day opportunities to learn, create, and explore. Families can piece together a summer of courses or choose a one-week adventure. Camp topics include science; the performing and visual arts; design and construction; leadership; cooking; world language and culture; games, sports, and fitness; technology and creativity; and mythology, mystery, and adventure.
 
Hawken Athletics Camps offer skill-driven instruction for campers seeking to improve their skills in many sports such as soccer, basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, and tennis.
 
Hawken Summer Studies Program, open to public and private school students, is a six-week program of credit and enrichment for students entering grades 6 – 12. Subject offerings include courses in the humanities, science, mathematics, history, health studies, and PSAT/SAT strategies.