Forty campers from five area schools took part in the School's annual Camp Corwith this July, a program offered free of charge for boys and girls from the Charlottesville Albemarle community who might not otherwise have the opportunity to attend a summer camp.
Academic pursuits including reading, writing, math, and science mixed with arts and crafts, sports and games, field trips, and more to make each day an unforgettable experience. This year's campers particularly enjoyed outings to go swimming, bowling, and to Amazement Square Children's Museum in Lynchburg.
"This year's campers have been so kind to each other and really seem to enjoy getting to know new friends and try new things," said Camp Director Brooke Canova.
"Many of our campers have experienced 'firsts' this year, from learning to swim to getting their first strike in bowling. It has been rewarding to watch them enjoy so many new adventures."
Camp Corwith is named for Corwith Davis '95, who passed away in 2012, and made possible by donors to the Camp Corwith Fund.
Photos from this year's camp are available on the School's SmugMug account.