“I had no idea what to expect when I first found out about Rocky Mountain Camp. I knew that doing ‘more of the same’, sending him to local summer school, extra tutoring, was not going to help bridge the gap my son was struggling with. Not only did I learn a lot about Dyslexia and why Sean was struggling so much in reading, he learned he was not ‘alone’. He was with a group of very bright boys and girls like himself with the same learning difficulties. I’d describe the program as ‘work hard, play hard’. These kids had hours of one to one time working on language, reading, and comprehension, plus art and outdoor activities. He came home exhausted every night and could not wait to get back to camp the next day!”
Kelly Donovan, mother of Sean
Rocky Mountain Camp runs 5 weeks beginning June 24, 2023 and lasting through July 30, 2023. Hours 8:15 AM to 5:00 PM with Academics in the morning and Outdoor Pursuits in the afternoon.
Academics: 1 hour Individual Tutoring, 1 hour Composition, 1 hour Study Hall, and 1 hour Art, plus 30 minutes of Fluency. Older students receive 30 minutes of Keyboarding instruction while the younger students enjoy Story Time.
Outdoor Pursuits: Campers are grouped by age and ability for the second half of the day. The Outdoor Pursuits program is run by our highly trained staff who work independently, and with community programs, to challenge campers athletically while gaining new skills and possibly new passions. Some activities include: Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing, High Ropes, Science, Art and Scuba
Includes all academic instruction and supplies, scheduled co-curricular activities and special day trips.
*Limited Scholarship is available based on need. Apply early to request Scholarship.
Applications will be accepted starting December 1st. Application forms are available below. Upon acceptance, a non-refundable deposit is due. The remainder of the tuition is to be paid on or before June 1st of the current camp year.
Parent Camper Handbook: