181 Lincoln Place between 7th Avenue and 8th Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11215
CAP Session 1: July 1 - 19, 2019
CAP Session 2: July 22 - August 9, 2019
AgesThe program enrolls boys and girls, ages 8 (rising 3rd grade) to 14 (rising 9th grade). There are advanced classes for 11 to 14 year olds.
HoursDrop-off: 8:45 - 9:00 am
Pick-up: 4:00 pm
Extended Day OptionsEarlybird: 7:45 - 8:45 am
Latebird: 4:00 - 6:00 pm
CAP Session 1: $1,850
CAP Session 2: $2,000
Families who enroll for both sessions of CAP will receive a 10% discount.
Students are welcome to invite a visitor to join them at CAP for up to three days. The daily charge is $150. Please check with the CAP office before bringing a visitor.
Participants may also register for other Berkeley Carroll summer programs, either before or after CAP. These options include sports camps, arts camps and a classic day camp for children, to name a few. CAP students who register for additional programs will receive a 5% discount on those programs. Please note, this 5% discount will not apply to CAP tuition.
RegistrationRegistration is on a first-come, first-served basis; early enrollment is strongly recommended. A deposit of 20% is required with the application. The balance is due May 1.
An emergency contact and consent form and a current immunization record must be on file by the first day of the program. A full-time nurse is a member of the staff and is on the premises.
The Creative Arts Program staff is selected for artistic and professional accomplishments as well as experience working with children. Under the direction of Ryan Henneberry (Berkeley Carroll Upper School Dean), the Creative Arts Program faculty creates a safe, exciting, diverse, inspired and artistic environment for our students to grow and learn.
Facilities & Lunch
The Creative Arts Program operates at the Berkeley Carroll Middle and Upper School campus at 181 Lincoln Place in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The Lincoln Place facility has been newly renovated with brand new music rooms, common spaces, play yard, and cafeteria. We also use the Berkeley Carroll Athletic facilities on President Street which includes our 75-foot swimming pool and gymnasium. We will also be using Brooklyn's back yard, Prospect Park. This will allow every student the opportunity for outdoor play and athletic courses.
We will be serving a nutritious lunch that includes sandwiches and a variety of cold salads in our newly renovated cafeteria. Hot lunch is served twice a week. Berkeley Carroll is allergen-aware.
Noontime begins at 1:10 every day. This is an opportunity for the whole CAP community to gather and celebrate the skills and talents of our students and faculty. We invite families and friends to join us and help our students develop poise and confidence by performing before a live audience.
Festival DayHeld on the last day of each session from 9 am to 4 pm, this special day provides students with a chance to perform or exhibit the projects and pieces they have worked on during the summer. Parents, family members, and the community are invited to view and participate in presentations of music, dance concerts, art exhibits, choral demonstrations, scenes from plays, and athletic presentations.
Located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, the Berkeley Carroll School is easily reachable by public transportation (subway lines 2, 3, 4, 5, Q, R, M, B, and F). Please note, bus service is not provided for Berkeley Carroll camps and summer programs.
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