With the end of the school year, the focus of the Léman Manhattan Preparatory School and parents can turn to the joy of summer. Give your kids the gift of fun this summer by sending them to Camp Léman at the school’s expansive Broad Street location. Children, ages 3-8, will have the opportunity to take advantage of the school’s top notch facilities for programs such as soccer or martial arts under supervision of the camp’s professional and highly experienced staff.
Each group of 10-15 children is overseen by a Head Counselor and one or two Assistant Counselors. All Head Counselors are master’s level-certified teachers. The aquatics team and many activity specialists are members of the faculty at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School. In addition, qualified partners, such as Super Soccer Stars and Sportime Tennis enhance their already outstanding program. Staffers are hired for their enthusiasm, high energy level, and proven dedication to working with children. A registered nurse is on site at all times.
Camp programs run from 8:30 a.m. to as late as 5 p.m. and include activities such as swimming, tennis, basketball, soccer, martial arts and more. Full and half-day package can be purchased for 7, 5, 4, 3 and 2-week programs. Prices range from $1250 to $4600.
A wide variety of special programs and events such as the Léman Culinary Arts Academy are also offered as part of Léman’s boutique specialty camp offerings. The Culinary Institute-trained chefs at Léman will teach your kids the basics of cooking! The camp is also affiliated with the Battery Urban Farm where children learn the basics of agriculture. They also take trips to local playgrounds including the Imagination Playground on Fulton Street.
Enroll your child at Camp Leman and watch as they cook with Leman’s own, Culinary Institute-trained chefs. Check out these concoctions!
Learn more about the wide array of camp activities by visiting the camp’s website. Summer is just getting started and so are the staff at Camp Léman. Don’t let time pass you by; sign up your child today!
– Brad Popkin