Summer Camp

Dear Capitol Hill Day School Summer Camp Community,

It is with sincere regret that we write to inform you that we have made the decision to cancel all seven weeks of our summer camp sessions. Given the coronavirus crisis, we are unable to run the camp program that we love and it is not possible for us to implement a distance summer program. 

Camp at Capitol Hill Day School is designed to give campers a physically active, hands-on, project-based experience. We get messy with art, play games together in Garfield Park, and go on lots and lots of excursions throughout the region. Sadly, when we cannot be physically together, these activities are not possible. 

All families who have registered children for camp sessions will receive full refunds. Credit card payments will be refunded to the credit card on file. Families paying through their School account will receive a credit to their TADS account. All refunds should be received by June 12th.

No one is more disappointed to miss a summer season at Capitol Hill Day school than we are, but we know this decision is in the best interest of our community. We look forward to a return to our program in summer 2021! 

Best Regards,

Njonjo Smith
Director of Auxiliary Programs
(202) 547-2244

Three summer campers climbing on a rope ladder.

Highlights from Summer Camp 2018

Summer camper painting rocks in the classroom.
Summer campers working on a project with a counselor.

Njonjo Smith

Director of Auxiliary Programs

Megan Robinson

Assistant Director of Auxiliary Services

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