Summer Camp Program - Partner Camps
SSEF is committed to fostering partnerships with great camps. Get to know our Camp Partners for Summer 2018:
At Merrowvista, The Pioneer program delivers a summer of fun and friendship for our youngest campers. Our days are intentional, designed to develop best self, encourage balanced living, and help campers create a positive community.
Campers choose from a variety of activities to create their daily experience. These interest groups include offerings in athletics, arts and crafts, performing arts, swimming, boating, outdoor adventure skills, woodworking, archery, rock climbing…and more!
At Calumet, summer is a magical time for children. It is a season for frolicking away the days with friends. It is a time to laugh, run, jump, and sing. It’s a time to build things up, just so you can tear them down and build them back up again. Summer is all about swimming, boating, fishing, arts & crafts, playing fort, putting on impromptu plays, and messing about in the mud. The possibilities are as endless as the days are long.
In the framework of Camp Harbor View’s philosophy, which puts fun first – simple fun, with boating, arts, athletics, music, aquatics – deep empathy and acceptance lead the way to discovery. The structure of physical and group challenges, of healthy competition, profound connection with peers, and rewards for leadership qualities, liberates the potential of young campers.
Camp Harbor View models and instills the core values of fun, respect, responsibility, character, courage, and community. It’s important that every camper has the ability to experience a wide variety of activities that will allow him or her to learn and grow. That’s why campers are encouraged to make their own choices, discover their passions and be themselves while having fun. In addition to classic summer camp activities such as swimming, biking, soccer, baseball, arts and crafts, basketball and tennis, each camper also experiences a wide variety of activities designed to build confidence, encourage creativity, broaden horizons, and help develop the leadership skills they need during school and life beyond.