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

Summer Camps


2018 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 March 1 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

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 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 free ice cream once a week as well as healthy AM snacks and “choice” PM snacks. Our field trips and events 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 6/18, 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6, and 8/13. Campers may sign up for as many weeks as they like, consecutively or spread throughout the summer at your convenience.

    Spartan Mini Camp will be closed the week of 7/2. To register for Spartan Mini Camp, click here. Cost: $300 Full Day - $175 Half Day

    • 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! Free ice cream is provided once a week. 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. Camp is available the weeks of 6/18, 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6, and 8/13. Campers may sign up for as many weeks as they like, consecutively or spread throughout the summer at your convenience. Camp Doane will be closed the week of 7/2. To register for Camp Doane, click here. Cost: $300 Full Day

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

    Participants will travel to Ontario, Canada to see up to seven plays and participate in actor-led workshops at the internationally renowned Stratford’s Shakespeare and Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Shaw repertory theater festivals. This year’s shows include the musical Music Man, Shakespeare's The Tempest, Coriolanus, An Ideal Husband, Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, C.S. Lewis' The Magician's Nephew, and Mythos starring Stephen Fry. 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 Upstate New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania. They'll hike along Niagara Falls, explore college town in Ithaca, and visit the Smithsonian Museum of Play in Rochester. Camp is available the week of 6/18. SOLD OUT! Cost: $1500

    • Outdoor Adventure I: (6th Grade - 9th Grade)
    • Katie Sereduk - Upper School Leadership and ESL Educator

    Campers will develop their knowledge and skills in the great outdoors. Our adventure will take us off campus to places like a rope course, urban forests, bike trails, the beach, rivers and mountains! The week includes an overnight camping trip in the Poconos. Campers need to supply sturdy shoes or hiking boots and a sleeping bag. Camper must be able to ride a bike. Camp is available the week of 7/9. To register for Outdoor Adventure I, click here. Cost: $450

    • Outdoor Adventure II: Stowe VT (9th Grade - 12th Grade)
    • Katie Sereduk - Upper School Leadership and ESL Educator

    This camp is open to all new and returning Doane students entering grades 9-12 in the 2018-2019 school year. We will spend the week exploring the best of Northern Vermont, from mountaintop zip-lining and waterfalls, to the Ben and Jerry's factory, secret pirate caves and ridgeline hikes. Most of our days will be spent outdoors, but we will also spend an afternoon touring the University of Vermont and the hip college town of Burlington, including a dinner at a restaurant downtown. Campers will also prepare meals on camp stoves and over the campfire. Additional activities may include biking, kayaking or indoor rock climbing. Our accommodations are tents and lean-tos at Elmore State Park, in Elmore, VT. Most meals are included in the cost of this camp. All activities and rental fees are included. A detailed itinerary will outline the daily activities and highlight any extra funds campers may need each day. Camp is available the week of 7/23. To register for Outdoor Adventure II, click here. CAMP REGISTRATION IS CLOSED Cost: $1000

    • Living Latin (6th Grade - 12th Grade)
    • Anne 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 7/30. To register for Living Latin, click here. Cost: $450

    • Rowing on the Delaware - Coed Crew Camp (9th Grade - 12th Grade)
    • Tom Thomas – Head Coach, Boys Crew

    Have you always wondered what it's like to be a rower? Or perhaps you have already been introduced to the sport of crew. This program is designed for all rowers (boys and girls, novice through experienced) and will teach and develop rowing technique and enjoyment. Come out and row on the Delaware River! Camp is available the week of 8/6. To register for our Co-Ed Crew Camp, click here. Cost: $225 Half Day

    New Summer Program to Our Campus

    • International Ivy Enrichment Program (age 5 – age 15)
    • Lily Wong – Founder and Program Director of International Ivy

    International Ivy promotes creativity and hands-on learning for students in subjects such as Robotics, Video Game Creation, Computer Programming, Science, Math, Minecraft, Language Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Culinary Arts and more. Camps are available from July 9 through August 10. For more information on camps and availability, please visit http://www.iisummer.com/burlington/.

    Cost: Half-day: $390/week. Morning class 9 AM - 12:30 PM or afternoon class 1:30 PM - 5 PM. Full-day: $780/week. All classes 9 AM - 5 PM. There is a $50 registration fee waived for Doane students. Early Registration Discount 7% off weekly class fees. Must use code ER8SV, valid from January 3-31. One discount code per student per summer, online registrations only. Please see the below flyers for camp schedules and more details.

    BURLINGTON 2018 SCHEDULE

    Week 3 - July 9 - July 13

    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 - Flight and Aerospace

    Ages 8-13

    Anatomy and Surgical Techniques

    Ages 10-14

    Lemonade Stand Entrepreneur

    Ages 8-10

    Graphic Design and GIMP

    Ages 8-13

    Programming - Scratch - Easy

    Ages 7-10

    Programming - Snap! - Easy

    Ages 10-14

    War and Peace Games - Game Theory

    Ages 10-14

    Public Speaking and Youth Leadership

    Ages 8-13

    Website Design with WordPress

    Ages 8-13

    Shark Tank Entrepreneur

    Ages 10-14

    Week 4 - July 16 - July 20

    AM (9:00-12:30) - select one AM class for the week

    PM (1:30-5:00) - select one PM class for the week

    Anatomy and Surgical Techniques

    Ages 10-14

    Engineering - Flight and Aerospace

    Ages 8-13

    App Design Using App Inventor

    Ages 10-14

    Pre-Architecture

    Ages 10-14

    Interior Design

    Ages 10-14

    Programming in Python - Level 1

    Ages 10-14

    Math Competition Training

    Ages 8-13

    Raspberry Pi

    Ages 13-15

    Programming in Java - Level 1

    Ages 13-15

    The Business of E-Sports

    Ages 10-14

    Week 5 - July 23-July 27

    AM (9:00-12:30) - select one AM class for the week

    PM (1:30-5:00) - select one PM class for the week

    Business Simulation & Google Apps

    Ages 10-14

    App Design Using App Inventor

    Ages 10-14

    Chemical Engineering: Polymers & Bioplastics

    Ages 8-13

    Civil Engineering - Bridges and Buildings

    Ages 8-13

    Drone Programming

    Ages 10-14

    Drone Programming

    Ages 10-14

    Film-Making

    Ages 8-13

    Investment Literacy and Stock Market Game

    Ages 8-13

    Programming in Python - Level 1

    Ages 10-14

    Programming in Java - Level 1

    Ages 13-15

    Raspberry Pi

    Ages 13-15

    Stop-Action Animation

    Ages 8-13

    Week 6 - July 30 - August 3

    AM (9:00-12:30) - select one AM class for the week

    PM (1:30-5:00) - select one PM class for the week

    Drone Programming

    Ages 10-14

    Anatomy and Surgical Techniques

    Ages 10-14

    Engineering - Flight and Aerospace

    Ages 8-13

    Drone Programming

    Ages 10-14

    Graphic Design and GIMP

    Ages 8-13

    Lemonade Stand Entrepreneur

    Ages 8-10

    Programming - Snap! - Easy

    Ages 10-14

    Programming - Scratch - Easy

    Ages 7-10

    Robotics Half-Day Animals

    Ages 8-13

    Robotics Half-Day Vehicles

    Ages 8-13

    Shark Tank Entrepreneur

    Ages 10-14

    Website Design with WordPress

    Ages 8-13

    Week 7 - August 6 - August 10

    AM (9:00-12:30) - select one AM class for the week

    PM (1:30-5:00) - select one PM class for the week

    Civil Engineering - Bridges and Buildings

    Ages 8-13

    Chemical Engineering: Polymers & Bioplastics

    Ages 8-13

    Electrical Engineering with Makey-Makey

    Ages 8-13

    Engineering and Programming with Arduino

    Ages 10-14

    Minecraft Math

    Ages 8-13

    Interior Design

    Ages 10-14

    Pre-Architecture

    Ages 10-14

    Math Competition Training

    Ages 8-13

    Public Speaking and Youth Leadership

    Ages 8-13

    Minecraft Survival for Beginners

    Ages 5-10

    Robotics Half-Day Vehicles

    Ages 8-13

    Robotics Half-Day Animals

    Ages 8-13

    The Business of E-Sports

    Ages 10-14

    Video Game Creation - Advanced

    Ages 10-14

    Video Game Creation - Beginner

    Ages 8-13

    War and Peace Games - Game Theory

    Ages 10-14