Bridge School is Hiring Summer Camp Staff!
To apply to work at our summer camp, please send your resume and cover letter to Jen@bridgeschoolvermont.org
We will have registration open as soon as we have our staff finalized. Keep an eye on our website and social media!
About Bridge School Camps
At Bridge School Summer Camp, you can expect the same devotion to creativity, student choice and community that Bridge School is known for during the school year!
Bridge School Summer Camp is open to all — both Bridge School students and non Bridge students!
Bridge School Summer Camp is a holistic summer camp experience for rising 1st through rising 7th grader children. Register for one week, or register for all ten! All weeks of camp include a fun and balanced approach to the day; blending crafts with outdoor free play, energetic group games, music and storytelling. And of course, we enjoy eating together–all campers please bring a sack lunch, snack and water bottle.
Each week there will be a theme for camp and activities, learning, and goals will center around that theme. We believe strongly in giving kids agency in their day, and know by experience that this is the key to campers having a great day at Bridge Summer Camp. We will provide the campers will lots of fun and engaging choices surrounding the camp theme and from there the kids by into their day and their creative energies.
We can’t wait to see you again.
Current Bridge School Students: $235 per week, per child for all camps
Non-Bridge School Students: $285 per week, per child for all camps
All camps run from 9am-3pm
Aftercare is available until 5:00pm and costs $16/day
**Aftercare registration will occur once you have been enrolled in camp**
Every day we’ll play! Find something you already love or try something new. Soccer, basketball, and kickball are just a few of the sports that we can play together. For every game we’ll have new teams so that everyone can have a chance to work together, create new strategies and have a blast to finish out the summer!
Interest in our camps typically exceeds capacity. Filling out this registration does not guarantee a spot. Within 24 hours of filling out the form, you will receive an email confirming which weeks you have reserved.
Once you receive the email, please send your deposit. There is a $50 per week, per child deposit required.
Please write “Summer Camp” in the memo line of your check
Mail all checks to:
Bridge School Summer Camp
1469 Exchange St.
Middlebury, VT 05753
Final payment and completed Medical and Permission forms are due on May 15, 2022, for all camps. Failure to make payment and submit your completed forms on or before May 15th may result in forfeiting your enrollment.
Cancellations 30 days or more before the first day of a camp will receive a full refund less the non-refundable deposit. Cancellations from 7 days to 30 days prior to the start of a program will receive 50% program credit (non-transferable and valid for one year), 50% balance forfeited. Cancellations less than 7 days prior to a program will receive no credit and no refund.
ool, collegiate and physical therapy settings, before transitioning into the fitness field. She worked as the fitness director at a local gym in Buffalo NY. When they closed their doors permanently, she went independent opening her own personal training studio. After moving to Vermont in 2015, Jaime returned to school to attend Green Mountain College for the Wilderness and Outdoor Therapy program. She wanted to find a program that allowed her to follow her passion for the outdoors and her belief in the healing aspects of nature. She spent her time focused on becoming knowledgeable on finding the best way to implement a Wilderness and Outdoor Therapy program for Veterans and their families. After graduating, she was trained by the Sierra Club Military Outdoors Program.
Jaime loves to travel and quite often finds herself hiking and exploring many new places around the world (pre covid of course). Her most memorable experiences to date were the month she spent in Maui doing a work exchange on a small farm in the middle of the rainforest and the month she spent exploring Alaska. Outside of hiking and camping she enjoys rock climbing, water activities and mountain biking. She also has a large background in martial arts and was an all-star softball player. Jaime spends her free time at her rural Vermont home with her husband, six-year-old daughter, five chickens and pet rat.