An Independent Episcopal Day School for Ages 3 Through 12th Grade in Burlington, New Jersey

Summer Camps


2019 Camp Registration

  • Spartan Mini Camp half day 9 AM – 12:15 PM and full day 9 AM – 4 PM
  • Before and aftercare will be available 7 – 9 AM and 4 – 6 PM at an additional cost. Please click here to register for childcare.
  • A $15.00 one-time registration, fee per, camper per year may apply
  • All camp payments must be paid by June 15
  • Register before Feb 14 and save 10% (excluding International Ivy Enrichment Program)
  • Register for 3 camps and save 10% on additional camps (excluding International Ivy Enrichment Program)
  • A staff supervised lunch from Noon – 1 PM and students must bring their own lunch
  • For more information, please email summerprograms@doaneacademy.org
  • You may also contact us at 609-386-3500 ext. 162
  • See Registration in Camp Descriptions.
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Summer Camp Offerings and Information


  • Spartan Mini Camp (3 Years - 2nd Grade)
  • Yvonne Perrottet – Director of Extended Daycare and Camp Doane Program
  • Special Note: All Spartan Mini Campers must be fully potty trained.

Our program for our youngest campers nurtures their mind, body, and soul. We build strong bodies through fun and structured physical activities including games, Zumba and swimming at the local YMCA. Our program offers “Keep ‘em Fresh” academic and crafts time daily, to foster a growing mind. We provide healthy AM snacks and “choice” PM snacks. Our field trips and events may include Sahara Sam's, STEAM museums, end of summer “Pizza, Piñata, and Prizes Party" and many of our favorite things! Campers may sign up for as many weeks as they like, consecutively or spread throughout the summer at your convenience. The camp is available the weeks of 6/17, 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5, and 8/12. Campers may sign up for as many weeks as they like, consecutively or spread throughout the summer at your convenience. Cost: $300 (Spartan Mini Camp will be closed the week of 7/1). CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS CAMP.

  • Camp Doane (3rd Grade - 5th Grade)
  • Yvonne Perrottet – Director of Extended Daycare and Camp Doane Program

Each week, campers explore a new and exciting theme such as science projects or sports. They then take a field trip to further their understanding of the theme. Example field trips include The Franklin Institute, Sahara Sam's Oasis and Pump It Up. Other activities include time for math and reading enrichment, exercise such as Zumba, swimming, and much more! Healthy AM snacks and “choice” PM snacks are provided. Campers may sign up for as many weeks as they like, consecutively or spread throughout the summer at your convenience. The camp is available the weeks of 6/17, 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5, and 8/12. Campers may sign up for as many weeks as they like, consecutively or spread throughout the summer at your convenience. Cost: $300 (Camp Doane will be closed the week of 7/1). CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS CAMP.

  • Stratford Theatre Festivals, Ontario, Canada (rising 9th Grade - 12th Grade)
  • Jillian Gorman – Middle Division and Upper School Educator

Participants will travel to Ontario, Canada to see six plays and participate in actor-led workshops at the internationally renowned Stratford’s Shakespeare theater festival. This year’s shows include the musicals Little Shop of Horrors, Billy Elliot the Musical, Shakespeare's Henry VIII, Othello, The Neverending Story, and Mother's Daughter. In addition to these shows, students will get to tour backstage areas, meet with actors, and learn the basics of stage combat. Along the way, students will stop and explore state parks in Upstate New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania. Camp runs 6/17 - 6/24. Cost: $1500. SOLD OUT

  • Living Latin (6th Grade - 12th Grade)
  • Anna Hall – Upper School Latin Educator

In this camp, we will learn about mythology, art, and astronomy in Ancient Rome. Through several day trips to sites such as the Penn Museum, The Franklin Institute, the Morris Arboretum, and the Princeton University Art Museum, we will see how the Latin language continues to influence society. We will actively trace the roots of modern forms of entertainment back to their origin in gladiatorial games and chariot races. Camp is available the week of 7/29. Cost: $450. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS CAMP.

  • Outdoor Adventure I: (6th Grade - 10th Grade)
  • Katie Sereduk - Upper School Leadership and AP Psychology Teacher

Campers will develop their knowledge and skills in the great outdoors while enjoying the best week of summer! Our adventures will take us off campus every day to places like forests, bike trails, the beach, rivers and mountains! The 2019 itinerary includes a tree-top canopy adventure and sailing lessons. We will enjoy an overnight camping trip to culminate the week. Campers need to supply sturdy shoes or hiking boots and a sleeping bag. Campers must be able to ride a bike. Camp is available the week of 7/8. Cost: $450. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS CAMP.

  • Studio Incamminati Portfolio Building Art Camp: (8th Grade - 12th Grade)
  • Jarred Fisher and Robin Frey - Upper School Art Instructors

Artists attending this camp will get the unique opportunity to work with and learn from Studio Incamminati’s professional artists on portrait painting fundamentals! They will get to work with real artist-grade oil paints and a live portrait model in the true collegiate-style art studio on Doane’s campus. Over the course of the week, students will learn about materials and paint handling, gesture, light and shadow, relative value, color, and the anatomy of the human skull. This camp will help prospective art students enhance their portfolios! Oil paints and odorless mineral spirits are provided. Artist’s attending the camp will need to supply 16’’ x 20’’ canvases (minimum 2), paper towels, bristle brushes (sizes #4 and #2), and a sealed or non-absorbent palette (no glass palettes, plexiglass is fine). The camp is available the week of 8/5. Cost: $450. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS CAMP.



INTERNATIONAL IVY SUMMER ENRICHMENT 2019 Class Schedule



BURLINGTON 2019 SCHEDULE
Week 3 - July 8 - July 12
AM (9:00-12:30) - select one AM class for the week.
PM (1:30-5:00) - select one PM class for the week.
App Design Using App Inventor Ages 10-14 Chemical Engineering: Polymers & Bioplastics Ages 8-13
Canvas Painting Ages 8-13 Comic Creation Ages 8-13
Civil Engineering - Bridges and Buildings Ages 8-13 GIRLS ONLY: Robotics Ages 11-15
GIRLS ONLY: Robotics, Engineering & Computer Science Ages 9-11 Math Competition Training Ages 8-13
Investment Literacy and Stock Market Game Ages 8-13 Minecraft and Coding Ages 10-14
Minecraft and Chemistry Ages 10-14 Roblox Game Development Ages 10-14
Youngster - WeDo Robotics Ages 5-7 Youngster - Programming with Dash & Dot Ages 5-7
Week 4 - July 15 - July 19
Anatomy and Surgical Techniques Ages 10-14 Engineering and Programming with Arduino Ages 10-14
Electrical Engineering with Makey-Makey Ages 8-13 Forensic Science Ages 10-14
GIRLS ONLY: Programming in Scratch and Hopscotch Ages 8-11 GIRLS ONLY: Robotics Ages 11-15
Shark Tank Entrepreneur Ages 10-14 Graphic Design and GIMP Ages 8-13
Virtual Reality Ages 10-14 Lemonade Stand Entrepreneur Ages 8-10
Website Design with Wordpress Ages 8-13 Virtual Reality Ages 10-14
Youngster - Scratch Junior Ages 5-7 Youngster - WeDo Robotics Ages 5-7
Week 5 - July 22-July 26
Creative Writing Workshop Ages 8-13 Engineering of Ice Cream Ages 8-13
Engineering - Flight and Aerospace Ages 8-13 Fashion Design on the Computer Ages 8-13
Minecraft Math Ages 8-13 Minecraft Creative - The Engineer in You Ages 8-13
Pre-Architecture Ages 10-14 Programming - Scratch - Easy Ages 7-10
Programming - Scratch - Easy Ages 7-10 Public Speaking and Youth Leadership Ages 8-13
Robotics VEX IQ Animals Ages 10-15 Robotics VEX IQ Vehicles Ages 10-15
Week 6 - July 29 - August 2
AM (9:00-12:30) - select one AM class for the week.
PM (1:30-5:00) - select one PM class for the week.
Engineering of Ice Cream Ages 8-13 Engineering - Flight and Aerospace Ages 8-13
Escape Room Creation Ages 8-13 Minecraft Advanced Ages 10-14
Minecraft Survival for Beginners Ages 5-10 Programming in Python - Introduction Ages 10-14
Programming in Java - Introduction Ages 13-15 Robotics Lego ® Vehicles Ages 8-10
Robotics Lego ® Animals Ages 8-10 Video Game Creation Advanced Ages 10-14
Video Game Creation Beginners Ages 8-13 War and Peace Games - Game Theory Ages 10-14
Week 7 - August 5 - August 9
AM (9:00-12:30) - select one AM class for the week.
PM (1:30-5:00) - select one PM class for the week.
3D Printing Ages 10-14 3D Printing Ages 10-14
Chemical Engineering: Polymers & Bioplastics Ages 8-13 App Design Using App Inventor Ages 10-14
Drone Programming Ages 10-14 Civil Engineering - Bridges and Buildings Ages 8-13
Math Competition Training Ages 8-13 Drone Programming Ages 10-14
Minecraft and Coding Ages 10-14 Investment Literacy and Stock Market Game Ages 8-13
Roblox Game Development Ages 10-14 Minecraft and Chemistry Ages 10-14