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An Evergreen Summer

Build confidence while practicing skills and igniting your passions. 

Evergreen Summer students come to our 67-acre campus in the shoreline community of Stonington, CT, for experiences grounded in exploration, creativity, and skill-building through week-long programs and ongoing summer experiences.

This summer will be our liveliest yet!

June

PK-4 through Grade 10 Half-day Specialty Programs

Students registered for both the morning and afternoon will have a supervised lunch and recess from 12-1pm.

JulyPK-4 through Grade 8 Full-day Summer Program
All SummerMusic Lessons & Academic Tutoring

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June Specialty Programs, Middle & High School

Half-day programs for students entering grades 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Fishing our Local Waters 
Instructor: Caleb Rose ’90
For students entering grades 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
June 17-21, no programming on Juneteenth, 6/19
8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Course Fee: $320

Grab a pole and lures and get ready for all things fishing! How do you know whether to cast into saltwater or freshwater, use fishing weights or bobbers, or cut bait or lures? Join Mr. Rose and get on the fast track to fishing success. Students will travel to local ponds, streams, and estuaries and to Fishers Island Sound aboard our school boat, Quest II. Join us to discover where the bite is hot!

Sticker Stories 
Instructor: Maggie Conway
For students entering grades 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
June 17-21, no programming on Juneteenth, 6/19
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Course Fee: $160

Are you looking for a fun and creative way to express yourself? Do you have a pile of stickers at home that you do not know what to do with? Join us for Sticker Stories, and stick to your heart’s content! What are sticker stories, you ask? Think of it as an art collage journal, a place to creatively explore and document your wishes, dreams, and thoughts. Bring stickers to trade, make new friends, and have fun creating! A journal, stickers and additional materials will be provided.

Hidden Nature: Tracking & Fishing for Cryptids
Instructor: Caleb Rose ’90
For students entering grades 6, 7, 8, 9, & 10
June 24-28
8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Course Fee: $400

There are rumors of animals roaming the land and sea: Sasquatch, Chupacabra, and the Jersey Devil. Are they real or are they just fiction? As you look closer the truth becomes more difficult to pin down. Which of these cryptids may exist locally…? Join us to find out through storytelling, art, fishing, and adventure as we search on water and on land for creatures that may or may not exist.

June Specialty Programs, Lower School

Half-day programs for students entering grades 2, 3, 4, 5

Camp Crafty, Two-Week Session
Instructor: Jenn Roche
For students entering grades 2, 3, 4, 5
June 17-28, no programming on Juneteenth, 6/19
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Course Fee: $500 for 2-week session

Happy Summer, crafty campers! Join Ms. Roche and get imaginative with summer-themed fun! During this two-week course, campers will immerse themselves in a variety of arts and crafts and expand their creative palette. If you are a passionate artist, come join us as we create sun-catchers, frisbees, kaleidoscopes, and so much more. Better yet? Let’s take our creations to the outdoors and put them to the test! Soak up the sunshine this summer and let’s get creative!

June Specialty Programs, Early Childhood

Half-day programs for students entering Pre-K (4 yrs), K, 1 

Where the Wild Things Are
Instructors: Casey Payne & Chrissy Olson
For students entering Pre-K (4), K, & 1
June 17-21, no programming on Juneteenth, 6/19
9:00a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Course Fee: $240

Embark on an animal adventure with Mrs. Payne and Ms. Olson! Young learners entering Pre-K 4, Kindergarten, and 1st grade will experience a fun morning of exploring animals and their habitats. Students will discover animals of the ocean, woodlands, ponds, deserts, and the arctic through literature, science, the arts, and outdoor play.

Road Trip USA!
Instructors: Casey Payne & Chrissy Olson
For students entering Pre-K (4), K, & 1
June 24-28
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Course Fee: $300

Take an imaginary road trip across the United States with your tour guides, Mrs. Payne and Ms. Olson! Young learners entering Pre-K 4, Kindergarten, and 1st grade will experience a fun morning of exploring the 50 states through literature, nature, the arts, and outdoor play. On each day of our journey we will “travel” to a different region of the country. As we discover each state we will learn lots of fun facts about the USA and our most famous landmarks.

July Evergreen Summer Program, PK-4 - Grade 3

Full-day program for students entering PK-4 through grade 3
July 8 – August 2
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

The Evergreen Summer Program welcomes learners ages 4 and up to Pine Point’s campus for four jam-packed weeks of fun in July! Each week, students will engage in a variety of enriching activities designed to build skills, grow confidence, and ignite passions. Each week there will be unique activities in performing and visual arts, outdoor adventuring, science, engineering, cooking, and so much more!

Outdoor Adventures: By Land & By Sea
July 8-12 [FULL], July 15-19
For students entering PK- grade 3
Course Fee: $450/week
Specific activities will be different each week but will include:

  • Science, technology, engineering
  • Nature explorations throughout our 67-acre campus
  • Cooking and baking
  • Dance, music, theater
  • Visual arts

Entering PK-4, K, 1, 2, 3: Every morning, our youngest students will join together at our Morning Meeting to play and connect. Then, after free choice time, groups will set off to a variety of activities led by Pine Point teachers, where they will explore the week’s theme through science, dance, art, outdoor adventuring, and so much more! At the end of the day, everyone will gather together and share about the day.

Creative Arts: Play, Process & Performance
July 22-26 [2 spots left], July 29-August 2
For students entering PK- grade 3
Course Fee: $450/week
Specific activities will be different each week but will include:

  • Process art: exploring materials and techniques
  • Dance technique and choreography
  • Theater games, storytelling, improvisation
  • Draw inspiration for your art from adventures aboard
  • Nature hikes and exploration

Entering PK-4, K, 1, 2, 3: Every morning, our youngest students will join together at our Morning Meeting to play and connect. Then, after free choice time, groups will set off to a variety of activities led by Pine Point teachers, where they will explore the week’s theme through science, dance, art, outdoor adventuring, and so much more! At the end of the day, everyone will gather together and share about the day.

July Evergreen Summer Program, Grades 4+

Full-day program for students entering grades 4 through 8
Offered 4 weeks, July 8 – August 2
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Outdoor Adventures: By Land & By Sea
July 8-12, July 15-19
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
For students entering grades 4 – 8
Course Fee: $450/week

Unique activities each week!

Adventure on our 67-acre campus and beyond. Get outside and boat, fish, hike, cook, and so much more! Dive deeper into marine biology, STEM, the arts, and adventuring on and off campus. Each day students will explore our 67-acre campus or local marine habitats aboard our boat, Quest II. Experience opportunities to be summer role models, build lifelong leadership skills and make lasting connections with one another.

Creative Arts: Wild at heART
July 22-26, July 29-August 2
For students entering grades 4 – 5
Course Fee: $450/week

Unique activities each week!

Let nature inspire you to create! Explore Pine Point’s 67-acre campus, hop aboard Quest II, and then paint, dance, make music, cook & bake. Dive deeper into marine biology, STEM, the arts, and adventuring on and off campus. Each day students will create art, choreography or culinary treats inspired by adventures on our 67-acre campus and aboard our boat, Quest II. Experience opportunities to be summer role models, build lifelong leadership skills and make lasting connections with one another.

Payment and Cancellation Policies Summer 2024

Payments

A non-refundable deposit of $100 is required at the time of registration for each full-day program and $50 for half-day programs. All payments are due by May 15. If enrolling in a program after May 15, full payment is due at the time of registration.

Cancellation Policy

All payments are non-refundable after May 15. If canceling after May 15, families may request a transfer to a different week or program as space allows. The request should be made at least 1 week before the class or program begins. To inquire about space availability/transferring, please email evergreen@pinepoint.org. No refunds will be given on transfers. 1:1 Music or tutoring lessons canceled with more than 24 hours notice may be rescheduled depending on instructor availability.

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