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Summer@Rectory is Rectory School's summer program for boys and girls ages 9-14. The program offers program-specific morning sessions based on student interest combined with afternoons of recreational activities utilizing Rectory's abundant campus resources.
For additional information, please contact Dave Farrell, Director of Auxiliary Programs via email or phone at 860-963-6740, extension 447.
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2023 Morning Programs
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Dates and Rates
July 2-15, 2023
July 16-29, 2023
International Boarding: $3,635FULL!
- Domestic Boarding: $3,375
- Day: $1,750
The Summer@Rectory daily schedule provides a balance of individually selected pursuits and group activities. Each day begins with the entire group gathered to celebrate peers, showcase talents, and develop lasting relationships with fellow students. And things only get better from there as students pursue topics of interest in the morning, enjoy a little rest in the afternoon, and take full advantage of the many activities offered on our vast campus. We then close as we began—with the whole group assembled for a great evening of fun.
This summer, we will offer a series of clinics that include: soccer, basketball, tennis, and mountain biking. We will start each session with some strength training and conditioning. Then we will move on to specific skills for each sport. We will end with a competition or contest where you can put what you learned into practice on the field, court, or trails.
- Academic Power-Up
- Creative Writing
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Broadway Bound (Musical Theater)
- Rectory Behind the Lens: Photography
- Sports Explorations
- Technology & Music
- Wolfie's Workshop
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Broadway Bound (Musical Theater)
Rectory Behind the Lens: Photography
Technology & Music
Summer@Rectory afternoons are filled with kid-friendly options. It may be a swim in the pool, a ride through the woods on our mountain bikes, or maybe a tennis, basketball, or soccer game. The art barn has endless creative opportunities for those not interested in sports, and the Wolf Den is an excellent place for small group games and activities. Through a combination of organized and free-choice offerings, there is something for everyone in the afternoons at Summer@Rectory.
Here are some of the places we may venture to this summer!
Storrs Adventure Park
Connecticut Tigers Baseball Game
Brownstone Exploration and Discovery Park
High Meadow Resort
Mashamoquet Brook State Park Picnic