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Summer Camps


Rookies Camp for Incoming Kindergartners

The Allen-Stevenson School Rookies Summer Camp is exclusively designed for incoming kindergarten boys. The Rookies Camp mission is to help your sons establish friendships with future classmates, familiarize themselves with our School, build relationships with A-S teachers, and, most importantly, have fun while doing it. The Rookies Camp is staffed with Allen-Stevenson faculty and alumni. The boys will have a camp experience filled with art, music, sports, and trips to Central Park.  
 
This summer we will be holding camp at the 92nd Street Y and The Hewitt School due to the School's construction project. It is strongly recommended that all incoming kindergarten boys participate in this program.
 
To register for Rookies Camp, please click here.
 

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A-S Sports Camp 2018 - For A-S Boys Entering 1st to 4th Grades - June 11-15 and 18-22
Play your favorite games with A-S Coaches! Boys will participate in Baseball, Flag Football, Lacrosse, Soccer, Capture the Flag, and many other fun games. Boys will travel to and from Randall’s Island by school bus.
 
Monday/Tuesday/Thursday - 8:30AM-1:30PM
Wednesday - 8:30AM-2:00PM *boys will go on a field trip
Friday - 8:30AM-12:00 Noon

Week One: Drop off and Pick up - 92nd Street Y @ 92nd Street and Lexington Avenue
Week Two: Drop off and Pick up - The Hewitt School @ 45 East 75th Street

Book early for a discounted rate!
- $600 a week and $1,200 for two weeks if you book by May 1, 2018.
- $700 a week, or $1,400 for two weeks from May 2, 2018 onwards.
If booking by the day, $120 before May 1, 2018 and $140 from May 2, 2018 onwards.

For more information, please contact Billy Dransfield at bdransfield@allen-stevenson.org

Click here for more details and to register.


Our camps provide children with the chance to try out different games and activities that grow them both physically and socially.

~ Billy Dransfield, Director, A-S Sports Camp and Rookies Camp


Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.