Summer Discoveries

Welcome! Thank you for considering Belmont Day Summer Discoveries Programs for your family. During the summer of 2018, we will offer eleven weeks of programming from June 18 through August 31. Registration for 2018 summer programs will open January 2, 2018 at noon.   

We offer four different kinds of summer programs:

  • Belmont Day Camp – Our traditional recreational summer camp for children 3- to 15-years-old includes instructional and recreational swimming, arts, outdoor exploration, athletics, woodworking, archery, and more! Belmont Day Camp offers one- and two-week sessions from June 25 through August 17.  
  • Journeys – Our day trip program for children 10.5- to 13-years-old is offered in single weeks from July 23 to August 17 and then for children entering grades two to eight during the week of August 20. Trips include boating, indoor rock climbing, outdoor adventure courses, water and amusement parks, local museums, the beach, and more.
  • Sports – We offer five week-long single sport camps in basketball, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, field hockey, and a sixth week-long general sports program featuring a variety of sports. These camps happen the weeks of June 18 and August 20.    
  • Specialty Programs – These special programs focus on specific disciplines including theater, culinary arts, math, robotics, and art. They are offered during specific weeks for a smaller range of grades.  

Visit the pages for each specific type of program for more detailed information, specific offerings, dates, and rates.

Our summer programs and campers take full advantage of all that our 11-acre campus has to offer: two swimming pools, two athletic fields, tennis courts, playground, woodshop, 2 art studios, performing arts space, a full-sized gym, ropes course elements, archery field, and woods with hiking trails.

Questions? Be in touch. 

Bea Rooney, Director of Summer Programs
brooney@belmontday.org | (617) 932-3893

To learn more about our summer staff please visit our faculty and staff pages.


This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health. Belmont Day School elects to maintain accreditation with the American Camp Association.