Summer Camps 2017

Camp programs for girls and boys.

Dates for 2017: June 12 - August 31
Before and after care available.

  • Creative Little Hearts Camp
  • Creative & Performing Arts Camp
  • Microsoft IT Academy
  • Maker Camp
  • Chess Camp
  • Science Explorers
  • Harry Potter Camps
NEW this Summer:
  • Standardized Test Boot Camp
  • College Essay Workshop

Program Details

Chess Camp

Chess Camp

Ages 5 – 16
Introductory to Advanced

This summer USA Chess is offering our exciting and entertaining chess camp at more than 100 locations nationwide. USA Chess is the largest and premier chess camp organizer for children in the United States. The staff is comprised of the finest children’s chess instructors in North America. Registration options include mornings, afternoon and all-day sessions. Campers experience chess instruction and play in a fun filled environment designed to improve their skills whether they are interested in casual or competitive chess. Tuition includes trophy, chess set and much more.

This camp is offered through Active Learning.

Details and registration:

College Essay Workshop

Come, brainstorm, write, revise and rewrite. The end result could be your perfect college essay! This is a chance to get a jump on your college preparation before the school year even starts. With the essay complete, the college application process could be less time consuming once September comes.

College Essay Workshop Session Dates
August 22, 24, 30 and 31
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Fee $50 per session
You can attend one session or all four. Your choice.

Camp contact:

Creative Little Hearts Pre-K & K Camp

Coed camp exposes young campers entering Pre-K - Kindergarten to art, music, dance, and drama. Each week campers will help create a performance.

Little Hearts camp runs
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Extended Time Arrival: 7:45 - 9:00 a.m.
Late Leaving: 1:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Friday Dismissal: After 12:30 p.m. performance, no extended day.

Camp Weeks
June 12 - 16
June 19 - 23
June 26 - June 30

Cost per camper:
One Week $235
Two Weeks $420
Three Weeks $570
Extended care paid each week.

Camp Contact:

Creative & Performing Arts Camp

Campers entering 1st - 5th grade will work as a group to produce a show each week with exposure to art, music, dance, and drama. Campers will create their sets, props, and costumes.

Performing Arts Camp runs
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Camp Weeks
June 12 - 16
June 19 - 23
June 26 - June 30

Extended Time arrival: 7:45 a.m. - 9 a.m.
Late leaving: 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Friday Dismissal: After 12:30 performance, no extended day.

Cost per camper:
One Week, Half Day $235
One Week, Full Day $305
2 Weeks, Half Day $420
2 Weeks, Whole Day $520
3 Weeks, Half Day $570
3 Weeks, Whole Day $715

Camp Contact:

Harry Potter Camps

Attention Wizards and Witches of Radnor! Harry Potter Magical University Camps are back again for another exciting summer of Wizarding camp!

This camp is a Radnor Township Recreation & Community Program at Sacred Heart, Bryn Mawr.

Session #1: July 17 - 21, 2017
Session #2: August 7 - 11, 2017

Ages 7-12
Full and Half Day options.

Registration form
Program website *
* Information will be updated for Summer programs shortly.

Maker Camp

Camp Weeks
June 26 - 30
July 17 -21
9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m.
$225 per week

Before and after care is available for an additional fee.

Explore- Make- Share – this is the motto for Maker Camp. Maker Camp is for young Makers interested in DIY, making, creating, crafting, tinkering, and learning. It will be a hands-on, fun filled week of giant bubbles, Squishy Circuits, marble runs, paper circuits, Strawbees, BristleBots, paper basket weaving, Makey Makey programming, solar cooking, and more. This camp will be designed to get your children interested in Making or encourage the curiosity and interest they already possess. Your camper will also receive a list of additional activities to keep the Making going the rest of the summer. Activities will take place indoors and outdoors, weather dependent.

Camp Contact:

Microsoft IT Academy

In these co-ed classes, students entering grades 9-12 will explore the many facets of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint in these week long classes designed to prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification exams in each application.

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Tuition is $300 per week
Includes 2 snacks daily, instruction, practice tests, and the MOS Certification test.

Camp Weeks
June 26-30, 2017 Microsoft Word 2016
July 17-21, 2017 Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
July 24-28, 2017 Microsoft Excel 2016

Camp Contact:

Science Explorers

Choose from:
  • Potions, Powders, & Polymers
  • Junior Investigative Team
  • Wacky World of Science
  • Take a Dive

Weeks of: July 10, July 24 and August 7
Full and Half Day Options
Ages 7 - 11

Program and Registration Link

Standardized Test Boot Camp

The best way to prepare for any standardized test is to practice. During this week long camp the students will take tests, correct them, review errors and take the tests again. Although there are no guarantees, as the old adage says: "Practice Makes Perfect!"

Standardized Test Boot Camp

9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
July 10 - July 14
July 31 - August 4
Fee $375 per week

You can attend one week or two. Your choice.

Camp contact:

Theatre Horizon's Summer Drama Camp

Entering Grades 2-6

In Theatre Horizon's Summer Drama Camp, young actors spend a week working as an ensemble to create an original play - full of drama, comedy, suspense, and one-of-a-kind characters. Campers are guided through playwriting basics and fun improvisation games by our professional teaching artists.

Session 1
July 24-28, 2017
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Fee: Radnor Twp. Resident $210/Non-Resident $240

Session 2
August 14-18, 2017

This camp is offered through Radnor Township.

More details and registration can by found at

Video Game Creation

Updated for 2017!
Modding, Networking and Hosting with Minecraft

Ages 8 – 16

Minecraft is hugely popular because it’s collaborative, open-ended and moddable. Our program preserves those qualities and adds a large dose of fun! The week begins with learning the game, controls, recipes and a bit about hosting & networking. Next campers are connecting to different worlds hosted on our secure server and experimenting with character skins, mods and custom maps. By day three the kids are building in the Active Learning World that grows over time. Whether adding a room, building a moat or even creating a chessboard the possibilities are nearly limitless. This is a half-day program. Students can add an additional program to make it a full day camp.

This camp is offered through Active Learning.


Arcade Style – Like Pac Man & Asteroids
Ages 8 - 16
Introductory to Intermediate

The Arcade course is a program where the game that is created has action for each level all on one screen similar to Centipede, Asteroids, or Pac Man. The main character (which the children create) can be anything. Other characters (enemies) pursue the main character from off the screen or move about the screen. The character dodges the attacks of the enemies while scoring points for picking up objects and destroying the enemy objects. Options are endless and children create level after level for a full week of fun. This is a half-day program. Students can add an additional program to make it a full day camp.

This camp is offered through Active Learning.


Click Here for Dates and Pricing.

Youth Football of Philadelphia NFL Alumni

For kids that love football! Philadelphia NFL Alumni Youth Football Camps develop athletic skills, football skills and life skills within a safe and fun non-contact format. Available to boys and girls ages 6-14 years old.

Sacred Heart, Bryn Mawr
July 17-21
8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Program Details and Registration

About Our Camp Leaders

Little Hearts and Creative & Performing Camps

Mrs. Lauren Deets

Mrs. Lauren Deets is the Director of Music at CDSSH and a graduate of the Class of 1995. Celebrating the thirteenth year, the Creative Little Hearts and Creative and Performing Arts Camps provide a fun, exciting, and imaginative experience for the co-ed campers. The camp encourages student collaboration and an open environment where all campers can share their ideas, and have a safe, loving environment to step out of their comfort zone, and build their self-confidence through self-expression. The weekly performances reflect all that the campers accomplished during the week.

Standardized Test and College Essay Camps

Mrs. Eileen Day

Mrs. Eileen Day has been teaching English in a private school setting for over 25 years, and throughout her time in the classroom Mrs. Day has spent a great deal of time preparing her students for the standardized tests. When the new changes came about in the SATs a few years ago, Mrs. Day researched the differences between the new SAT and ACT tests to come up with the best ways to prepare students for both standardized tests. Mrs. Day believes success comes from practice. Her students take small practice tests, go over the answers, and focus on the sections where they may have a weakness. Then students take the test again and notice any improvements. Not only does this method help the student realize where they need to focus their area of practice, it gives them confidence when they walk in to take the test " for real".

As an English teacher, Mrs. Day has reviewed and revised essays for many, many years. She’s read college counselors’ notes on what they look for in an essay, attended workshops and seminars, and brainstormed with students to help them find their voice. This time spent with students can result in discovering a worthwhile topic that turns into an essay they can be proud to submit.

Maker Camp

Mrs. Meg Tredinnick

Mrs. Meg Tredinnick is excited to be offering Maker Camp at Sacred Heart this summer. Before becoming a Science teacher at Sacred Heart about 5 years ago, Mrs. Tredinnick worked as an engineer in the microelectronics industry. She always enjoyed working with youth and has spent many hours involved in scouting, her church youth groups, and raising two sons. To keep connected with young minds, Mrs. Tredinnick continues to hold a summer science day for the children of her former employer. Mrs. Tredinnick sponsors her nephew each year at his Science Fair. The daughter of an elementary art teacher, Mrs. Tredinnick loves being creative. Combine this with her technical abilities and a Maker Camp is created. The concept of Make, can be described as anything DIY that allows you to create, explore and share with others. Maker Sheds began as places for people to come and share resources, while collaborating with each other. But not to allow the adults to have all of the fun, Maker Camps are popping up all over the country to challenge younger minds. The camp will provide your child with the freedom and support to problem solve, struggle and succeed, and think critically, while having fun doing it. All tools Mrs. Tredinnick believes are critical for our children today.

A video about a typical day at Maker Camp can be found here:

Please feel free to contact Mrs. Meg Tredinnick with any questions that you may have at

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