The Winston School of Short Hills Summer on the Hill camp is geared to students in grades 1-8 who have language-based learning differences. Founded in 2010, the camp offers academic support in a fun and relaxed learning environment. Pre-COVID, Winston also offered a sports and art program which is still under consideration for the summer of 2021.
The camp is located on the campus of The Winston School which has ample space for safe, social distancing. Winston is fully compliant with all CDC protocols offering outdoor learning spaces as well as classrooms equipped with air filtration systems and ample PPE materials.
In 2020, Winston successfully hosted several weeks of summer camp which provided vital support for students who had struggled with remote learning. Winston will once again offer three weeks of camp in July (with the week of July 4 off) and tentatively two weeks in August. The camp runs Monday-Friday, from 9:30 am-12:30 pm. Cost varies depending on the number of weeks and days.
The Winston School of Short Hills has served students for more than 39 years. Teachers are trained in instructing children who, though intellectually capable, have had difficulties in school due to language-based learning challenges that include but are not limited to dyslexia, ADHD, dyscalculia and executive functioning issues. The curriculum places a strong emphasis on phonics, reading, writing and language arts. The Summer on the Hill camp aims to offer students the opportunity to maintain skills acquired in their previous school year and sharpen them for the fall. Enrollment is now open.
30 East Ln., Short Hills