Thank you for an awesome summer!
We’ve had a blast watching our campers explore new activities, master new skills, and build lifelong friendships during their time with us this summer. As our campers head back to school, we’re confident that the incredible experiences they’ve had will give them a head start in the new academic year.
Get ready for another amazing summer! Registration for Summer 2024 opens in January! While you wait for Summer 2024, take a peek at our 2023 catalog to get a sense of what exciting programs and experiences await you.
Each week, campers jump into action as they explore science and nature, become involved in creative and performing arts, and participate in sports and games. Our activity blocks give campers fun and variety in their camp day.
Activity Blocks: Learn More>>
Academic camps are a wonderful way to enhance your child’s love of learning while focusing on a specific subjects. From math to literature and creative writing, we have something for every student. Campers work independently and in small groups to apply real-life experiences to lessons learned in the classroom.
Our specialty camps are packed with hands-on activities that offer experiences for campers to discover new skills and talents. Whatever your child’s interests are, we have fun and unique activities for them to try!
Our rigorous sports camp promotes skill building, exposes children to new activities and helps build healthy exercise habits. We bring sports specialists from around the area to help each camper improve, practice and play each sport.
We have more ways to experience awesome in our summer partnership programs. We are pleased to partner with two prestigious summer programs: Laurel Springs School, an accredited, online private school for students in kindergarten through grade 12, and Envision by WorldStrides, the nation’s largest accredited educational travel and experiences organization for students across the country. Learn More >>
SUMMER KNIGHT DAY CAMP IS OPEN FROM 9AM-4PM.
Early drop off is from 8am-9am and is an additional $50 per week.
Late pick up is from 4pm-5pm and is an additional $50 per week.
Welcoming children aged 3 (and potty trained) to entering 9th grade.
Campers do not have to be currently enrolled Paragon students!
8:00-9:00am – Early Drop Off (additional $50/week)
9:00-10:00am – Outside Activity
10:00am-12:00pm – Morning Sessions (and snack)
12:00-12:30pm – Lunch
12:30-1:00pm – Outside Recess
1:00-3:00pm – Afternoon Sessions (and snack)
3:00-4:00PM – Recess
4:00pm – Dismissal
4:00-5:00pm – Late Pick Up (additional $50/week)
WHAT TO PACK?
Campers should bring:
- water bottle
- lunch that does not need microwaving
- 2 snacks
- extra clothes for water games
- water shoes for water games
Campers should wear:
- athletic wear – t-shirts and athletic shorts that can get wet
- tennis shoes
Paragon Prep drafts new students into a “college” in the fall that will mix students and teachers from Kinder to 4th grade in the Northern Division and 5th-8th graders into the Southern Division. Students stay in their same colleges while at Paragon and can compete in summer contests too! If you are a new student, you will find out your college when the school year begins! Start earning those points!