Fessenden Summer Camps
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|Hours:||9:00am-4:00pm with Extended Hours Available|
|Ages:||Toddlers, Kids, Teens|
|Cost:||$$$ see below|
Fessenden Summer Camps, located in West Newton, include a range of programs for girls and boys ages 3.5 through grade 10.
Whether in the Day Camp or one of the Sports or Specialty Camps, campers participate in fun activities and learn core life skills.
Flexible weekly enrollment and extended day options allow families to create a summer schedule that meets their needs.
*Day Camp for Age 3.5 - Entering Grade 7
*Teen Trippers Camp for Girls and Boys Entering Grade 8
*Sports Camps including Baseball, Basketball, Lacrosse, Play It All, Soccer, Squash, and Tennis
*STEAM Camps in our Center for Innovation
*Theatre and Broadway Camps for campers entering grades 1-7
*Plus Camps that combine half a day of a specialized program (Broadway Camp, Innovation Camp, Makerspace Camp, Squash Camp, Tennis Camp, or Theatre Camp) with half a day of diverse activities in our Day Camp!
*Week 9 Camp (August 19th-23rd)
Our goal is to provide children with a joyful experience that stays with them not just for the summer, but for a lifetime.
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250 Waltham Street, West Newton, MA, 02465 map
Fessenden Summer Camps is located at 250 Waltham Street in West Newton, Massachusetts, and is easily accessible from the Mass Pike or Route 16.
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