COVID-19 Response and Update: April 30
We hope that your family is doing well and staying healthy! We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely while working alongside our school administration and local health officials. At this point, we plan to move forward with our in-person camp offerings, and we are excited about another amazing summer. We will continue to accept camper registrations for all programs that have not met their enrollment capacities.
We are also working to develop guidelines and best practices for our in-person camps based on recommendations from health officials. Some camp programs may be rescheduled to later in the summer as we continue monitoring social distancing practices and guidelines. Certain camp programs require greater contact, and we want to ensure that we observe proper distancing measures. You will be promptly notified if your camp is rescheduled, and if your camper cannot attend the new session dates due to a conflict, you will receive a full refund.
In addition to our in-person camps this summer, we have created an extensive list of virtual camp opportunities for families. These opportunities will offer engaging and fun programming for campers grades K-12. We are excited about the great experiences our virtual campers will have in programs such as martial arts, magic performance, sports broadcasting/analytics and more! The full listing of virtual programs will be posted on our Pace Summer Programs website by Wednesday, May 6, with registration opening on Friday, May 8.
Our primary focus continues to be the safety of our campers and their families. We are adjusting our refund policy for programs this summer, allowing families to request full refunds for their camp programs until three weeks before the start date of the respective camp program. We are being cautious with our decision making in regards to our offerings and their feasibility. If a program is canceled or its dates are moved and you can longer attend, then you will receive a full refund.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Director of Auxiliary Programs Zach Slaney at email@example.com. We will continue to keep you updated as information changes, and we are excited for another great summer at Pace!
At Pace, we believe some of life’s greatest lessons are learned outside the classroom. When school is not in session, we offer programming to keep children – Pace students and students from other schools – active and engaged.
We offer full day and half-day summer camps; specialty programs like Athletic Camps, Danger Camp and Theatre Workshops; STEM Camps and Clinics; and Academic Enrichment Opportunities.
We also offer the opportunity for your camper to be registered in two separate half day programs to create a full day camp experience for your camper. Your camper will need to pack their lunch, but we will supervise your camper at lunch so they can stay on campus for all day fun!
Learn all about our exciting programs on these pages, and please feel free to contact us at with any questions you might have. We look forward to seeing your family on campus this summer!
Director of Auxiliary Programs
- Academic Camps - Develop skills that you learned in class in a fun and exciting camp environment.
- Athletic Camps - Develop your sports and fitness skills with these sport specific camps for rising kindergarten through high school students.
- Art/Theatre Camps - For the visual and performing artist, these camps are available for rising first through high school students.
- Specialty Camps - These camps range from chess, kids tv, debate, theater and brain games.
- Danger Camp - Danger Camp offers an exciting mix of physical and mental challenges for the mind and body.
- Driver's Education 纬来体育官网 - There are five weekly sessions available during June/July.
- Extended Day - Before and after care for families that need additional child care beyond the standard camp day.