Together with a good education, children also need opportunities to improve their social skills, self-esteem, self-reliance, problem-solving abilities, and confidence.
At The Biltmore School, we organize summer camps annually where students are taken away from the classroom so they can develop their skills and personalities while having fun.
Summer Camp Registration
Summer Camp has no registration deadline. However, spots fill up quickly. We recommend coming in as soon as possible with all of the proper documentation. To reserve a spot, please submit the following when registering your child:
-VPK Application (if applicable)
-VPK Certificate signed by Parent (if applicable)
- a copy of the student’s Birth Certificate
- Immunization form
- Summer Camp Fee
-Biltmore Camp Application
Summer Camp Activities
We offer summer camp for children of 12 months and above. The kids are divided into four groups according to age, and they participate in numerous games, sports, and activities.
This provides them with the opportunities to interact with other kids and adults, thus learning to work in teams and socialize with others. Our aim at The Biltmore School is to make your kids able to lead successful lives and evolve comfortably in society as they grow up.
Learning while having fun: it's possible!
Benefits of Summer Camp
- Keep kids physically active
- Break from technology
- Connect with nature
- Opportunity to try new activities
- Develop self-confidence and resiliency
- Enjoy unstructured play
We believe in taking students beyond the confines of the classroom.
At The Biltmore School, our teachers are disposed to work extra hours during summer with students having difficulties meeting grade level requirements. The program involves daily enrichment exercises to help these kids improve their performance and advance to the next grade level.
Students in the summer school program may also participate in field trips and other activities at the teacher's discretion.
Our teachers are disposed to conduct summer classes with students having difficulties meeting grade level requirements.