The Well School
Our camps serve children ages 3 to 14 years old and draw from the The Well’s outstanding faculty and extended community for its talented, experienced, and energetic staff. The Well School offers six different camps including young explorers, theater camp, acting art and adventure, sports camp, outdoor adventure camp, and a traditional day camp. Our camps include outdoor exploration on our 15-acre campus with day trips to local area activities, hiking, swimming, games, art and crafts, and much more!
Young Explorers are split into two age groups (3- and 4-year-olds, and 5- to 7-year-olds), each with their own teacher and age-appropriate activities. Days will be filled with outdoor play, crafts, games, short hikes on campus, and water play.
Campers spend their mornings in small groups, playing games, learning kayaking strokes, hiking, animal tracking, building forts, exploring the woods and pond, and more. Afternoons are filled with activities such as swimming, paddling in local ponds, arts and crafts, and berry picking. Weekly field trips have included Odiorne Point State Park, Mount Cardigan, Squam Lake Science Center, and Mount Monadnock. Campers have the option of attending an overnight camp-out on campus, a highlight for many kids. Campers make memories and forge friendships that last a lifetime.
Thirty aspiring actors, dancers and singers gather for two weeks of intense musical theater excitement. Campers take part in all phases of production—from costumes to lighting and sound to acting—to stage a full-length original show and then bask in the applause of their parents, friends and fans on show night.