Manhattan Country School offers two summer programs, City Camp and Farm Camp, for current and incoming MCS students.
City Camp is MCS’ summer program for children in the 4-5s through 9-10s, including new Lower School students joining the school in the fall. City Camp runs from July 5 to July 23, Monday through Friday, from 9:000 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Register for City Camp Today!
City Camp uses MCS classrooms and local community resources, including Central Park and the Urban Assembly Community Garden, to provide enriching activities. Campers will work in pods with their counselors, exploring different parts of Central Park and Riverside Park, engaging in art, movement and science activities, and taking walking trips to local playgrounds, museums and theaters.
Plan ahead and save! Sign up by April 30 and pay $1,400 for all three weeks or $475 for individual weeks. After April 30, prices increase to $1,500 for three weeks or $500 for individual weeks. Save an additional 10% per child when you enroll siblings!
Please Note: THE FEE LISTED FOR INITIAL REGISTRATION IS ONLY FOR THE DEPOSIT. The total fee for any session item will be listed in the item description. All charges for the remaining balance will be set up through your Smart account. After your deposit is submitted, please make any additional payments to your Smart tuition account and alert firstname.lastname@example.org.
Farm Camp is MCS’ summer program for current students in the 9-10s through eighth grade at the Manhattan Country School Farm in Roxbury, New York. Apply for Farm Camp today!
Farm Camp will operate in two sessions this year; Session One is one week and Session Two is two weeks. In order to follow health and safety guidelines, we will need to limit the total number of campers to fourteen in each session.
You are welcome to enroll your child(ren) in one or both sessions.
Tuition for Session One is $1,200 and will be held June 21-26, 2021
Tuition for Session Two is $2,400 and will be held July 12-23, 2021
Campers participate in a host of activities at the MCS Farm. They tend the gardens; care for the animals (chickens, cows, pigs and sheep); explore fields, mountains and streams; bake pizza in our outdoor wood-fired oven; prepare ice cream with the Farm’s own naturally raised eggs, milk and yogurt; and prepare meals with our own beef, pork and chicken and organic vegetables.