Summer Day Camp

Greene Hill School Day Camp

Greene Hill School Day Camp is a summer camp located in the Fort Greene/Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. Greene Hill School Day Camp staff is proud to collaborate with the best of Brooklyn sports and arts education to offer a wide variety of both indoor and outdoor activities. Greene Hill School Day Camp is supervised by Greene Hill School teachers and daily programs include:

  • Gymnastics and Circus

  • Ceramics

  • Soccer

  • Yoga

  • Stop Motion Animation

  • Karate

  • Dance

Quick Facts

  • Greene Hill School Day Camp for kids ages 3 to 6 (Campers must be toilet trained)

  • Excursion Camp for kids ages 7 to 11

  • Week long sessions: $400 for 1 week, $750 for 2 weeks, and $350 for additional weeks. Weeks DO NOT need to be consecutive

  • Hours: 9:00am-3:00pm

  • 8:30 early drop off: no charge

  • Extended day until 5:00pm : $125.00 per week


Greene Hill Summer Camp 2014 runs in five, week long sessions from June 30-August 1. Select the weeks you want- weeks do not need to be consecutive.

  • Week 1: June 30 – July 4

  • Week 2: July 7 – July 11

  • Week 3: July 14 – July 18

  • Week 4: July 21 – July 25

  • Week 5: July 28- July August 1

Day Camp (ages 3 to 6)

Day Campers will participate in their choice of two electives per session of arts and/or physical activity with our incredible partner programs. Every day, campers will play outside, work with open ended materials, and have access to multiple types of art projects. Each week, campers will take advantage of one the fabulous neighbood playgrounds. On Fridays, the entire camp will convene in the school yard for an all camp game day, filled with games, water play, and fun!

Excursion Camp (ages 7 to 11)

Children ages 7 to 11 will explore the best of New York City’s parks, monuments, and museums. Each week, Excursion Camp will focus on a different NYC borough. Trips will include visits to NYC institutions such as Coney Island, New York Hall of Science, Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Musuem,  and much much more! Campers will travel by NYC public transportation or private coach depending on their destination. Excursion trips will occur Tues – Thurs. Some excursion days may end later than regular camp hours with no additional fee.

Some of our Collaborators:  


More than anything  else, learning to play soccer will be made fun.  Coach Magnus creates a supportive and positive environment that makes the challenges that come to learning to play soccer and achieving other set goals less demanding to attain. Certain drills deal with the mental aspect of the game by building a child’s ability to concentrate and focus; other drills deal with the physical aspect of the game by building their motor skills through exercises that enhances their balance and coordination. While these individual developments are important, it is all done in a setting that fosters and strongly emphasizes the concept of teamwork.


Tamia B. Santana is currently the partner and Executive Director of Jeté Dance Center, in Brooklyn, where the student focus is on dance training for competitive and professional placement. Tamia has trained and danced with Jacques D’Amboise’ National Dance Institute as a principal soloist. She has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music and in Europe.

Creative Kids

The integration of art in a child’s development can advance creativity and imagination while refining important motor skills. Clay is an enthralling and tactile medium for children to explore and express their artistic creativity. Students will learn different skills in hand-building pottery. In each class, I introduce a new project or idea, presenting different clay mediums and techniques to make fun, unique projects such as sculptural self-portraits or animal coil pots. The children are invited to use these innovative project ideas as a starting point to create a piece of art that is all their own; clay is the perfect versatile medium for kids to really explore their creative ideas. I encourage the children to share their goals for the day’s ceramics project, opening up an important dialogue between the children, their art and myself. For more information please visit

Gymstars and Circus Skills

Gymnastics:  A fun-filled workshop with exciting skills:  brightly colored equipment and choreographed movement routines to motivate and challenge your child; all while having tremendous amounts of fun.  The class starts with lively music and dance to warm up for the obstacle course—arabesque on the beam, back roll down the cheese mat, cartwheel over the rainbow.  Our gymnasts are led through an action packed course of colorful, fun & tactile equipment, learning developmental gymnastic skills & sports movements as they master the challenges in their paths.

Circus Skills:  Learn from Circus Professionals!  Juggling (scarves, balls, clubs, rings and monkey juggle), rolla bolla, stilt walking (from 6 inches to 2 feet high), plate spinning and spin jammers, rolling globe and tight rope, poi flags and hula hoop tricks,classic clown games and skits, pyramids and magic – We bring the circus to you!  We teach the craft of stagemenship! Each class ends with a performance of skills! For more information please visit


Shihan Martial Arts offers authentic Japanese martial arts, proven to help children develop  focus, strength, skill and determination, all in a safe and fun environment. Shihan David is the master instructor of Shihan Martial Arts.  He has a 5th degree black belt in Karate and 2nd degree black belt in Ju Jitsu, with over 26 years of martial arts experience.

Download the 2014 Camp Registration Form

Download the 2014 Camp Electives Choice Form

Download the 2014 Camp Agreement Form
Download the Camp Health Record Form
Materials for Campers

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