Camp Hours, Including Our Extended Day Option
- Half-Day Explorers Option, ages 3-9
Mon–Fri 9 am–1 pm
- All Full-Day Camps, ages 5-9
Mon–Fri 9 am–4 pm, unless otherwise indicated
- Extended Day Options, ages 5 and older
Mornings: Mon-Fri 8 am–9 am
Afternoons: Mon-Fri 4 pm–5 pm
- Payment can be made by credit card or by secure bank withdrawal
- We require a deposit at the time of registration
- Final payment is due by June 1
Tower’s indoor facilities include:
- art studios
- technology labs
- music rooms
- performing arts center
- science labs
The outdoor campus includes:
- swimming pool
- two playground areas
- organically maintained grass fields
- turf athletic field
Summer at Tower Staff
- Counselors, teachers and staff members are selected for their experience and enthusiasm in working with children. Summer at Tower maintains an intentionally high ratio of faculty and staff to campers.
- Junior Counselors and C.I.T.s
Each group of campers is led by a staff member who is assisted by junior counselors and/or Counselors-In-Training (C.I.T).
- Pool Staff
The pool staff is certified in advanced lifesaving and has experience and/or training in swimming instruction for children.
Lunch & Snacks
Milk and water are provided, as are mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks. Lunch should be brought from home. Note: Summer at Tower is a peanut- and tree nut-free camp.
In order to hold your child's camp registration, full payment must be received by June 1. Camp tuition, including deposits, are non-refundable due to withdrawal, absence, or dismissal.
We reserve the right to dismiss a child if his or her actions show disrespect for other people or property.
Campers must use the bathroom independently in order to attend camp.
Tower School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, handicap status, sexual orientation, genders, nationality, or ethnicity in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.
Summer at Tower is licensed by the Marblehead Board of Health. Summer camp programs are compliant with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH). MDPH provides information about Meningococcal Disease through Meningococcal Disease and Camp Attendees: Commonly Asked Questions, updated March 2018.
You have the right to review background checks, health care and discipline policies and grievance procedures by contacting our camp director, Allison Goodchild, at email@example.com