Students from last year's camp

St. Stephen’s Armenian Elementary School Announces Summer Camp for 2024


WATERTOWN — St. Stephen’s Armenian Elementary School (SSAES) announced this week its Summer Camp program, which is scheduled to take place from July 1 to 26. The camp is designed to provide students with enriching experiences, educational opportunities, and memorable adventures during the summer break.

Intended for children ages 2.9 years through first grade students as of 2023-2024 school year, the SSAES Summer Camp weaves Armenian language through the day to reinforce and practice language skills. The SSAES Summer Camp offers a range of activities including science experiments, arts & crafts, music & movement, indoor and outdoor activities, story time, water play, and more! Parents can enroll their child(ren) for one week or more. The goal of the SSAES Summer Camp is to inspire curiosity, foster creativity, and promote personal growth among participants with fun experiences.

“We are excited to offer another enriching and engaging Summer Camp that combines academic enrichment with fun and memorable experiences for our students,” said Dr. Garine Palandjian, principal of SSAES. “Our goal is to create a stimulating and supportive environment where students can learn, grow, and make lasting memories during the summer months.” And SSAES Preschool Director Maral Orchanian reflects on previous participants’ experiences, “Over the years, we’ve seen children who initially sign up for one week have so much fun that they end up signing up for additional weeks, if space is available.”

Registration for the St. Stephen’s Armenian Elementary School ( Summer Program is now open. Interested parents and guardians are encouraged to contact the school.


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