Doll camps, pet camps, crime scene investigations, backyard safaris and more… the campus at Bryn Mawr School is anything but quiet over the summer!

“April is our busiest month for Bryn Mawr Summer registrations! There’s something about the warm weather that gets parents and kids starting the countdown to summer,” said Leslie Feinberg, director of summer programs at Bryn Mawr. “We are excited to welcome new and returning campers to Bryn Mawr’s beautiful campus for another summer full of fun.”

Summer at Bryn Mawr

Summer at Bryn Mawr offers a variety of theme-based camps for boys and girls ages 3 – 17. Whatever your child’s interest, chances are they can explore it at Bryn Mawr over the summer. Young Fancy Nancy fans will love exploring everything Francophone in French camp and budding chefs can spend a week gardening and cooking in “Garden to Spoon” camp. Kids can explore the world of animation, practice the art of improvisation, and hone their sports skills on the field or in the dance studio. If your kitchen has been taken over by homemade slime, you may have a child that will love “Messy Camp.” It’s exactly what it sounds like. Campers will be playing games with paint, constructing food towers, and painting with their toes.

Summer at Bryn Mawr

Tried-and-true camp favorites like All-American Pet Camp and and All-American Doll Camp ar back this summer, too. Campers in Doll Camp create furniture and accessories for their dolls — everything from cabanas to birthday hats. In All-American Pet Camp, each camper will receive their choice of a new posable, authentic American Girl™ Pet and participate variety of fun-filled craft activities for their new pet. (Yes, you can combine the two camps…)

While summer camp leaders at Bryn Mawr definitely know fun, they also know the realities of modern families. Morning Extended Care is available for those enrolled in a morning camp, and Afternoon Extended Care is available for those enrolled in an afternoon camp — at no additional cost. (We think we hear a few working parents cheering…)

Summer at Bryn Mawr

And don’t worry about scrambling for a nut butter and banana sandwich as you race out the door every morning for camp. All campers enrolled in morning programs and full-day programs receive lunch at no additional charge.

Unique to Summer at Bryn Mawr is their cash back incentive. Enroll in a morning and afternoon camp in the same week or a full day camp to receive cash back upon completion of the camp(s)! Earn $50 per week, per child, up to $350.


Editor’s Note: This article is sponsored by Summer at Bryn Mawr. To learn more about the program, check out their directory listing in our Baltimore Summer Camp Guide.