About Our Programs
Adventures for the Independent Spirit!
This summer, AIS embarks on a new adventure that highlights the individual camper and the independent nature of each child. Welcome to Summer at AIS: Adventures for the Independent Spirit! With an assortment of new courses, the summer program at Agnes Irwin will offer flexible schedules for boys and girls and a wide range of fun-filled activities for all ages! Early Bird discount extended through Wednesday, March 18.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR SUMMER PROGRAM:
We recognize that boys and girls from PreK-grade 12 have different interests and needs. With that in mind, campers are empowered to build their own itineraries in which each child determines his or her programming. Camp families can enjoy the freedom to create full or half day programs, sampling a variety of activities or focusing on a particular area of interest. Courses are available in the arts, athletics, and academics for children to exercise their bodies, minds, and creative spirits. Join us June 15-July 24 for an exciting summer experience that is designed for and by YOU! Contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or to pre-register, please call 610-672-1273 or 610-672-1272.
Drop-Off & Pick-Up
Campers attending Courses for Credit may be dropped off
at 8:15 a.m. All other campers may be dropped off at 8:30 a.m.
Campers are permitted on campus only when attending courses and should be picked up immediately following their final course. Fees for late pick-up will apply
Our talented staff includes AIS faculty, local certified teachers, professional artists, and experienced coaches. We also employ student workers who assist the staff in a variety of ways.
Options, Course Sizes, Requirements
Full-day and half-day options are available. Campers may choose one to four courses per day with no week minimum!
Course size is limited to meet the individual needs of each student.
Most classrooms are air-conditioned. Dress is casual.
All grade requirements for courses and activities refer to the grade a student will enter in the Fall 2015