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  • June 21 – 24 (4 day week)

    Outdoor Adventure Camp (Camp is currently full)
    Rising Pre-K – Kindergarten $305
     
    Campers will experience a different adventure each day as we explore the great wide world of nature-based learning! Learn how to scout and plan a campsite, build a shelter, identify poisonous plants, cook outdoors, and more. Join us for a week of exploring, creating and connecting to nature in the 114-acre woods on Indian Creek’s campus. Please note that all campers must be 3.5 by June 1. Please note this is a 4-day week camp and lunch is included in the registration price.

    Favorite Field Day Games
    Rising 1st -  3rd  graders $305

    *CAMP FULL – WAITLIST AVAILABLE ON REGISTRATION FORM*

    Do you enjoy outdoor gales like potato sack races, car wash relay, tug-a-war, pool noodle baseball or maybe a 4-legged race? If so, then come join our Field Day camp! During this camp, all our favorite field day games, as well as a few fun sport games will be played. Other activities such as Jenga, Legos, story-time, drawing, and board games will be incorporated so that children have time to relax between field games. Please note this is a 4-day week camp and lunch is included in the registration price.
     
    Games Galore
    Rising 4th - 5th $305  
     
    Who’s ready to play some games! Campers will learn and play a variety of both indoor and outdoor games, like Slamwich, Cockroach Poker, Sequence, Cornhole, and Kubb. We will also hold a few epic Nerf battles. ICS will provide a full supply of blasters and foam darts, as well as goggles to ensure safety. Campers will hone both strategy and teamwork skills with our indoor games and have a fun source of exercise with our outdoor games! Please note this is a 4-day week camp and lunch is included in the registration price.
     
    Fun on the Run (Camp is currently full)
    Rising 6th - 8th $385
     
    This one-week camp will give Middle Schoolers the opportunity to do what they love best: have fun! Campers will depart campus to participate in various activities each day in our area such as Six Flags, Sandy Point, a skating rink, and SkyZone. The week’s final itinerary and special instructions will be emailed the week before camp begins. Please note this is a 4-day week camp and lunch is included in the registration price.
     
    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program $185/week ($150 the week of June 21 and July 4)
    Rising 8th – 10th
     
    Indian Creek’s prestigious Counselor in Training (CIT) Program operates throughout the full summer program and offers flexibility to campers to commit for as few as one week or as many as all six weeks. The camper is expected to commit to the full week(s) they have chosen.

    Counselors in Training (CIT) will begin with situational training and role-playing focused on review and enforcement of rules and guidelines. As a CIT progresses in each session, there will be an observation log/journal kept by both the instructor and the counselor-in-training to document different experiences and situations. There will also be an evaluation process completed by both the instructor and the different camp session leaders.

    CITS will be able to test their strengths and hone their skills in a variety of camp-themed sessions and with different ages of campers. Daily group discussions and check-ins will monitor a CIT’s progress and experience. There will be daily sessions with the instructor as well as daily time with campers.

    Basic topics and focus areas include safety awareness, interpersonal skills, dealing with difficult campers, rules and procedures, troubleshooting, taking initiative, general first aid, and transitioning from camper to counselor. All campers will receive a pass or fail grade at the end of their session indicating whether they may or may not advance in the program. Campers who receive a passing grade will get preferential consideration for hiring as a Junior Counselor position once they are of age, as well as 10 service hours per week.
    Please note the week of June 20 and July 4 are 4-day weeks. Lunches are included in camp tuition.
     
    Rising Stars cost $740 (two weeks)
    Rising 1st – 9th

    Our Rising Stars camp is proud to present Willy Wonka
    KIDS during this two-week acting opportunity for campers entering grades one through nine. Campers will have the opportunity to work on singing, dancing, and drama. Each day campers will work on theater skills and practice for a Broadway revue. Each age group will work on its own portion of the production and will be a part of the creative process. Each camper will have at least one solo singing or speaking line and will be included in all full cast production numbers.

    *The final performance will be on Friday, July 1, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.*
     
    Mountain Bike Adventure - $370
    Rising 2nd – 6th

    This camp is designed for proficient bike riders who are relatively new to unpaved surfaces and eager to gain mountain biking skills. Campers will learn and practice new skills with instruction and games to reinforce practice. Campers will use the trails around the ICS campus to practice their skills and explore the woods. Open to campers ages 8-12, who are comfortable riding in groups/on paths and trails for at least 1-2 hours. 
     
    Required equipment: Campers MUST have a mountain bike in good working condition with knobby tires, hand brakes and gears. Helmet, hydration pack, water, sunglasses, cycling gloves, and insect repellent required. Bikes can be stored at camp for the week.
     
    Minecraft Fables
    Rising 1st - 3rd  $305

    This course combines the digital allure of Minecraft with the timeless lessons of classic tales. Students will use modern media tools to recreate famous fables in the open-world nature of Minecraft and turn their Minecraft story into a personalized e-book. Join us as we mix the traditional play of summer camp with an immersive experience in a variety of math, science, and art concepts. Required equipment: a device capable of running the Minecraft Education Edition and Book Creator programs.

    + optional BLinc Add-On Week June 27-July 1
  • June 27 – July 1

    Art and Our Imagination:
    Rising  Pre-K – Kindergarten $360
    *Currently Full*

    Take advantage of this whimsical week of play-based fun, infused with early math concepts and exciting children’s literature from some of our favorite authors and artists: Picasso, Matisse, Cassatt, Carroll and Calder. We will jump into famous works of art and have a great time learning and playing in these creative environments. From building sand- castles and splashing in little pools on the ICS beach to a tea party with the mad hatter, the friends will be sure to enjoy a week to remember.
     
    A Week at Hogwarts
    Rising 1st  - 3rd  $360
     
    Grab your brooms as we take to the skies and spend a week in the Wizarding world. From Quidditch and Gobstones, to stained glass and ghost stories, campers will take part in a wide array of activities that focus on the first three books of J.K. Rowling’s beloved Harry Potter series. With a wide array of crafts, games, and trivia, campers will fill every day with new artwork and stories of their days at Hogwarts Castle.

    Activities will include designing our own snitches, playing modified Quidditch, making wands, creating tissue paper-stained glass, learning to play Gobstones, inventing Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans, and much more!
     
    Comic Book Camp
    Rising 4th  - 5th  $360
     
    Create your own comic books! Campers will learn about favorite comic characters from Superman to Snoopy and Garfield to Captain Underpants. Campers will become cartoonists, developing their own storyboards and characters and creating a comic book from start to finish! Anatomy, facial expressions, and different cartooning techniques will be covered.

    Studio Art – Ceramics
    Rising 6th  - 8th  $375
    2 Week BLinc Runs 6/27-7/4
    In-Person on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

    Welcome to our Studio Art class, sculpting edition, where students are introduced to the fundamentals of working with clay. This summer course will allow students to explore the history, significance, and techniques behind sculpting as well as apply their newly gained knowledge during our supervised art studio hours.

    By utilizing a self-paced instructional model, we can maximize the time our budding artists spend sculpting during the in-person studio sessions. Twice each week, students will meet on campus at our ICS art studio to build, stain, and fire their creations. Our artists will receive guided instruction throughout the entire process, from designing their idea to finalizing their hand-made product, in both the online and in-person portions of the course. Studio Art, sculpting edition is designed to provide a well-rounded introduction to sculpting and everyone will create at least one finished, personalized piece of art to take home.

    Olympic Challenge at ICS 2022
    Rising 6th  – 8th $360
     
    Let’s get ready for the Paris summer Olympics in 2024! Campers will enjoy the perfect combination of competitive and cooperative games that reinforce teamwork and good sportsmanship. We will go for the gold!
     
    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program $185/week ($150 the week of June 21 and July 4)
    Rising 8th – 10th
     
    Indian Creek’s prestigious Counselor in Training (CIT) Program operates throughout the full summer program and offers flexibility to campers to commit for as few as one week or as many as all six weeks. The camper is expected to commit to the full week(s) they have chosen.

    Counselors in Training (CIT) will begin with situational training and role-playing focused on review and enforcement of rules and guidelines. As a CIT progresses in each session, there will be an observation log/journal kept by both the instructor and the counselor-in-training to document different experiences and situations. There will also be an evaluation process completed by both the instructor and the different camp session leaders.
    CITS will be able to test their strengths and hone their skills in a variety of camp-themed sessions and with different ages of campers. Daily group discussions and check-ins will monitor a CIT’s progress and experience. There will be daily sessions with the instructor as well as daily time with campers.

    Basic topics and focus areas include safety awareness, interpersonal skills, dealing with difficult campers, rules and procedures, troubleshooting, taking initiative, general first aid, and transitioning from camper to counselor. All campers will receive a pass or fail grade at the end of their session indicating whether they may or may not advance in the program. Campers who receive a passing grade will get preferential consideration for hiring as a Junior Counselor position once they are of age, as well as 10 service hours per week.
    Please note the week of June 20 and July 4 are 4-day weeks. Lunches are included in camp tuition.
     
  • July 5 – 8 (4 day week)

    Adventures in Cooking: A romp through the culinary arts!
    Rising  Pre-K – Kindergarten $305
     
    Join us for a week of culinary arts. We will meet a young Julia Child through a book that will inspire the chef in all of us. Campers will make summertime favorites including snow cones and lemonade, and bake tasty treats in a solar oven. There will be home baking projects as we learn to mix and measure and follow a recipe. We also will design a logo for our cooking camp aprons. Find out what it takes to become a chef in this wild week of adventures in cooking!
     
    Explore the Ancients
    Rising 1st  - 3rd  graders $305
     
    From Hercules to Caesar, the rich history and mythology of Ancient Greece and Rome will fascinate campers as they travel back in time. From trying Ancient Olympic sports, to creating intricate floor mosaics and learning how to wear a toga, campers will immerse themselves in two of the most prolific empires in history, while returning to the modern world at the end of the day. Campers will be involved in a wide variety of activities so make sure they are dressed for time inside and outside.
     
    American Summer
    Rising 4th  - 5th  $305

    We will continue to celebrate Independence Day all week long! Campers will make their own American flags, “fireworks,” and of course Smores! Join us for a week full of engaging activities and games including some fun outdoor water activities.
     
    Old School Recess
    Rising 6th  – 8th  $305
     
    This is the perfect camp for Middle Schoolers who are always on the move! Come experience the magic of team sports. Campers will spend time indoors and out, learning to work together as a team and creating a strategy for success. Campers will work on increasing their fitness as they are exposed to a variety of classic games such as kickball, matball, capture the flag, dodgeball, hungry hippos, and more. Campers will learn rules of play and put their strategies into action all while having a ton of fun.
     
    Co-Ed Basketball Camp 
    Rising 1st  - 9th  $270
    2 Sessions: July 5-8 (*4-day camp) & July 25-29

    Indian Creek Summer Basketball Camp is designed for players looking to develop and strengthen their individual and team skills. Each day campers will develop/strengthen their fundamentals
    of basketball by participating in team/individual skill sessions, receiving instructions from knowledgeable coaches, lectures from speakers and competitive individual/team games. The Coaches’ goal is to provide these services but also provide each camper with an enjoyable experience.

    Writing Your College Admission Essay 
    Rising 11th  - 12th  $400 
    BLinc 4 week course from 7/5 - 7/29

    Writing about yourself can be challenging, especially when
    it is the only opportunity for an admissions officer to get to know the real you. This course helps students compose their college admission essay and provides them with a springboard to get ahead of the very busy (and sometimes stressful) college application process. Each week you will cultivate the tools necessary to develop and finish an essay ready to wow any college.

    Participants will begin the course with an online, early-evening meeting held on Tuesday, July 5. During week three of the
    course, each student will schedule a skype-based one-on-one review of their essay with the course’s instructor and a member of the ICS Upper School Humanities faculty.
     
    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program $185/week ($150 the week of June 21 and July 4)
    Rising 8th – 10th
     
    Indian Creek’s prestigious Counselor in Training (CIT) Program operates throughout the full summer program and offers flexibility to campers to commit for as few as one week or as many as all six weeks. The camper is expected to commit to the full week(s) they have chosen.

    Counselors in Training (CIT) will begin with situational training and role-playing focused on review and enforcement of rules and guidelines. As a CIT progresses in each session, there will be an observation log/journal kept by both the instructor and the counselor-in-training to document different experiences and situations. There will also be an evaluation process completed by both the instructor and the different camp session leaders.
    CITS will be able to test their strengths and hone their skills in a variety of camp-themed sessions and with different ages of campers. Daily group discussions and check-ins will monitor a CIT’s progress and experience. There will be daily sessions with the instructor as well as daily time with campers.

    Basic topics and focus areas include safety awareness, interpersonal skills, dealing with difficult campers, rules and procedures, troubleshooting, taking initiative, general first aid, and transitioning from camper to counselor. All campers will receive a pass or fail grade at the end of their session indicating whether they may or may not advance in the program. Campers who receive a passing grade will get preferential consideration for hiring as a Junior Counselor position once they are of age, as well as 10 service hours per week.
    Please note the week of June 20 and July 4 are 4-day weeks. Lunches are included in camp tuition.
     
  • July 11 - 15

    Ooey Goey Science  
    Rising PreK – K $365 
     
    Let’s get our hands dirty and explore the world of science as we transform our classrooms into our own camp labs. Our youngest scientists will get out their test tubes, put on their safety goggles and experiment! Learn the best way to melt ice, make magic colored milk, create slime, and even make ice cream in a bag!
     
    Kitchen Science (Camp is currently full)
    Rising 1st  – 3rd  $365

    Campers should roll up their sleeves to prepare for an incredible, edible week of science and culinary fun. A different field
    of science will be discussed each day and corresponding experiments will be sure to inspire giggles and grins.
     
    Mission Impossible  
    Rising 4th  – 5th  $360
     
    Campers will be given a mission (if they choose to accept it!) This lofty task will involve reading clues, planning their next moves, and plotting their escape. This week will be filled with intellectual obstacles and physical challenges that will be sure to keep campers engaged and moving.
     
    Choose Your Adventure Camp 
    Rising 6th  – 8th  $360 
     
    Campers will be part of a Dungeons & Dragons inspired camp, where campers will use elements of D&D-style games to “adventure;” be it by solving puzzles and riddles, following maps, or discovering or “battling” creatures or monsters. Inspiration for this camp loosely stems from our favorite stories, including Dungeons and Dragons, Jungle Cruise, Indiana Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Harry Potter.
     
    Learn to Ride Camp
    PedalPower Kids 
    rising PreK 4 – 3rd  $225  
    * Half-day Camp from 9am – 12pm*

    *CAMP FULL – WAITLIST AVAILABLE ON REGISTRATION FORM*

    Say goodbye to training wheels! Participants in PedalPower
    Kids’ top-rated Learn to Ride programs will learn to ride safely and confidently over the course of the camp week. Participants master balance and gliding first, then easily transition to riding independently, starting/stopping, speed control, turning, steering, riding in groups and around obstacles and hazards. Even the most reluctant riders will be beaming by week’s end, encouraged by our expert instructors and caring staff, specialized equipment and lots of practice through games and fun. Note that our camps are held outside, heat, rain or shine, so please be prepared for summer in Maryland! Please note that lunch is not included.
     
     
    Boys Lacrosse Camp 
    Rising 1st –8th  $335 
      
    The Indian Creek Lacrosse Camp is back as a staple in the world
    of Annapolis area youth lacrosse! This camp will offer top-tier instruction to beginner and intermediate players ranging from grades 1-8. Each day will begin with fundamental drills in the morning designed to lead into fun, developmental games in the afternoon. The goal of the camp is to develop each player’s skills and lacrosse IQ, while focusing on the values of sportsmanship, camaraderie, and fostering a love for the game.
     
    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program $185/week ($150 the week of June 21 and July 4)
    Rising 8th – 10th
     
    Indian Creek’s prestigious Counselor in Training (CIT) Program operates throughout the full summer program and offers flexibility to campers to commit for as few as one week or as many as all six weeks. The camper is expected to commit to the full week(s) they have chosen.

    Counselors in Training (CIT) will begin with situational training and role-playing focused on review and enforcement of rules and guidelines. As a CIT progresses in each session, there will be an observation log/journal kept by both the instructor and the counselor-in-training to document different experiences and situations. There will also be an evaluation process completed by both the instructor and the different camp session leaders.
    CITS will be able to test their strengths and hone their skills in a variety of camp-themed sessions and with different ages of campers. Daily group discussions and check-ins will monitor a CIT’s progress and experience. There will be daily sessions with the instructor as well as daily time with campers.

    Basic topics and focus areas include safety awareness, interpersonal skills, dealing with difficult campers, rules and procedures, troubleshooting, taking initiative, general first aid, and transitioning from camper to counselor. All campers will receive a pass or fail grade at the end of their session indicating whether they may or may not advance in the program. Campers who receive a passing grade will get preferential consideration for hiring as a Junior Counselor position once they are of age, as well as 10 service hours per week.

    Please note the week of June 20 and July 4 are 4-day weeks. Lunches are included in camp tuition.
     
  • July 18 - 22

    Junior Engineers  
    Rising PreK – K $385  
     
    Young children love to explore the world around them—and STEM activities are a great way to help them learn! By becoming a ‘Junior Engineer’ our youngest campers will have the opportu- nity to build, take apart, remake, and explore new projects each day. Join us as we mix the traditional play of summer camp with an immersive experience in a variety of math, science, and art concepts.
    + optional BLinc Add on week of July 25-29
     
    Mythical Quest  
    Rising 1st – 3rd $360
     
    Step into a world of wonder and fantasy as our campers set out on a quest into the fantastical! We will investigate classic forms of story telling from across the world as we set out to create our own books of fairy tales and adventure. Throughout the week, campers will work together to create their own book of stories alongside activities that will bring their characters and ideas to life!
     
    Los Pasaportes  
    Rising 4th  – 5th  $360
     
    Explore the Latin culture without leaving the ICS campus! Enjoy indoor and outdoor cultural celebrations, art projects, science experiments, geography, Latin music, and interactive games. This is not a sit-down Spanish class, but rather fun-filled days and activities to boost your child’s language skills and appreciation for the culture. Together we will fill our passport as we travel and explore traditions of Spanish-speaking countries.
     
    Great ICS Bake Off  
    Rising 6th  – 8th  $385
     
    Put on your chef’s hats! Let’s head to the kitchen for some cooking and baking. Campers will have the opportunity to improve their skills in the kitchen ,including learning how to plan and follow a recipe, measure ingredients, shop for local produce, and more. We will end the week with various challenges as seen in the “Great British Bake Off.” No prior experience needed. “On your marks... get set... bake!”
     
    Tennis Camp (Camp is currently full)
    Rising 1st  – 8th  $335
     
    The camp includes fun activities, foundational instruction, singles /doubles match play, and competition style games. Campers will learn the basic rules and etiquette of the sport while participating in teamwork and healthy competition. We look forward to seeing you on the court!
     
    Forensic Investigation 
    Rising 7th  - 9th  $375 
    2 Week BLinc Course  7/18 – 7/29

    2-week course with 4 in-person, 1⁄2-day studio sessions . Are you fascinated by whodunits? If so, our Forensic Investigations BLinc could put you on the path to solving all kinds of mysteries. This BLinc summer course will allow individuals to explore the history, significance, and techniques at the core of forensic
    science as well as spending time together analyzing our results in the ‘forensics lab’.

    Students will cover topics from fingerprinting to gel electrophoresis, online. Each day, new information, skills checks, and interactive activities will be released for students to explore. 30-minute virtual meetings will be on Monday evenings to introduce the concepts. On Wednesdays and Thursdays we will meet in-person on campus at the ICS forensic lab to experiment, test, and solve crimes! So come and join us as we delve into this fascinating sector of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program $185/week ($150 the week of June 21 and July 4)
    Rising 8th – 10th
     
    Indian Creek’s prestigious Counselor in Training (CIT) Program operates throughout the full summer program and offers flexibility to campers to commit for as few as one week or as many as all six weeks. The camper is expected to commit to the full week(s) they have chosen.

    Counselors in Training (CIT) will begin with situational training and role-playing focused on review and enforcement of rules and guidelines. As a CIT progresses in each session, there will be an observation log/journal kept by both the instructor and the counselor-in-training to document different experiences and situations. There will also be an evaluation process completed by both the instructor and the different camp session leaders.
    CITS will be able to test their strengths and hone their skills in a variety of camp-themed sessions and with different ages of campers. Daily group discussions and check-ins will monitor a CIT’s progress and experience. There will be daily sessions with the instructor as well as daily time with campers.

    Basic topics and focus areas include safety awareness, interpersonal skills, dealing with difficult campers, rules and procedures, troubleshooting, taking initiative, general first aid, and transitioning from camper to counselor. All campers will receive a pass or fail grade at the end of their session indicating whether they may or may not advance in the program. Campers who receive a passing grade will get preferential consideration for hiring as a Junior Counselor position once they are of age, as well as 10 service hours per week.
    Please note the week of June 20 and July 4 are 4-day weeks. Lunches are included in camp tuition.
     
  • July 25 - 29

    Around the World Camp 
    Rising PreK – K $360  
     
    Does your child love to travel and explore? If so, pack their bags and send them on a week-long adventure! Join us on an amazing journey as we travel the world exploring the sights, sounds, flavors, and cultures of five different countries. This will be a trip your child will not want to miss!

    Junior Engineers BLinc Week Add On
    Rising PreK - K $70 
    7/25-7/29
     

    If you are looking to extend the fun or would prefer an option that allows you to set when and where the adventures occur, then consider our BLinc extension week.  Here, you and your family will have access to new activities and projects through the user-friendly program, SeeSaw.  Each day new activities will open with options that offer 1- 3 hours of exploration and discovery around our Junior Engineering theme.  Additionally, our camp week instructor will coordinate a 30-minute ZOOM meeting where the kids can share their projects and what they have been building.
     
    Time Travelers
    Rising 1st  – 3rd  $360 
     
    Let’s travel back in time, into the future, and everywhere in between. Each day, campers will get to experience a different time period, learning about history in the process. They will even get to make their own predictions about the future! Daily activities, games and research will educate and keep explorers moving and still be back in time for dinner!
     
    Art From Around the World  
    Rising 4th  – 6th  $365
     
    Campers will take a trip around the world as we learn about different kinds of traditional art from each continent. They will bring home new masterpieces every day and maybe even discover a new hobby. From European weaving to Asian printmaking and South America Mosaics, campers will learn some of the history behind these art forms and see examples of each before creating their own. Campers should be prepared to get messy as we will be using many different supplies including paint and glue.
     
    Maryland Outdoor Experience 
    Rising 7th  - 10th  $460 
     
    Get excited about spending time in the great outdoors! This is your chance to see what makes our state such a great place to live by hiking, paddling and floating around Maryland with your friends, culminating with a morning tubing trip down the Potomac River. You’ll experience everything you might want to do outdoors in a single week with Indian Creek as your guide.

    Creek on the Creek
    All Ages  $75

    Wouldn’t it be great to see your friends and spend some time outside together this summer? 
     
    Creek on the Creek” offers you just that!  We’ll head out to Western Maryland and spend hours floating down the Potomac River on Friday, July 29.  Not only will you be on the water with your friends, but you’ll get the chance to be out in nature with the eagles, herons, ducks, and turtles! Sign up and maximize your summer break – spots are limited!

    Co-Ed Basketball Camp 
    Rising 1st  - 9th  $270
    2 Sessions: July 5-8 (*4-day camp) & July 25-29

    Indian Creek Summer Basketball Camp is designed for players looking to develop and strengthen their individual and team skills. Each day campers will develop/strengthen their fundamentals
    of basketball by participating in team/individual skill sessions, receiving instructions from knowledgeable coaches, lectures from speakers and competitive individual/team games. The Coaches’ goal is to provide these services but also provide each camper with an enjoyable experience.
     
    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program $185/week ($150 the week of June 21 and July 4)
    Rising 8th – 10th
     
    Indian Creek’s prestigious Counselor in Training (CIT) Program operates throughout the full summer program and offers flexibility to campers to commit for as few as one week or as many as all six weeks. The camper is expected to commit to the full week(s) they have chosen.

    Counselors in Training (CIT) will begin with situational training and role-playing focused on review and enforcement of rules and guidelines. As a CIT progresses in each session, there will be an observation log/journal kept by both the instructor and the counselor-in-training to document different experiences and situations. There will also be an evaluation process completed by both the instructor and the different camp session leaders.

    CITS will be able to test their strengths and hone their skills in a variety of camp-themed sessions and with different ages of campers. Daily group discussions and check-ins
    will monitor a CIT’s progress and experience. There will be daily sessions with the instructor as well as daily time with campers.

    Basic topics and focus areas include safety awareness, interpersonal skills, dealing with difficult campers, rules and procedures, troubleshooting, taking initiative, general first aid, and transitioning from camper to counselor. All campers will receive a pass or fail grade at the end of their session indicating whether they may or may not advance in the program. Campers who receive a passing grade will get preferential consideration for hiring as a Junior Counselor position once they are of age, as well as 10 service hours per week.

    Please note the week of June 20 and July 4 are 4-day weeks. Lunches are included in camp tuition.
     
     
Indian Creek school is a co-educational, college preparatory independent school, located in Crownsville, Maryland.  Students in Pre-K3 through grade 12 receive a vibrant educational experience based on excellent academics steeped in strong student-teacher connections.