Camp Sagemont had its first season in 1997, 17 years ago and Joann Laskin has been involved with camp Sagemont since the 1st.year.
We found that our campers have so many diverse interests that we wanted to create a variety of options for them to grow and expand into. There is something offered for everyone from preschool through 8th grade. In addition, our camp programs are geared towards active involvement while having fun!
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Each summer we offer over a dozen specialty camp choices that include traditional day camp, adventure camp, travel camp, sports camp, art camp, science camp, summer school and more.
This summer we will be offering zoo camp, voice/performance camp, marine camp and cheer camp. The campers in each camp will benefit from a hands-on approach through the exposure of field trips, presenters and performances.
We have many brainstorming sessions, we listen to family survey comments and we look at popular trends.
Some of the programs are based specifically around field trips and exploration and other camps have field trips once a week to locations that tie into the programs’ activities. Our campers visit places like the Morakami Museum, The Venetian Pools, Airboat Rides, Water Parks, Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Biscayne Nature Center & Marlin’s games.
We are very proud of our academic Summer School program because these are hard to find in Broward County. We cater to students who want to get enrichment or remediation to help bridge the learning gap that can occur for students over the summer. Some students attend just summer school and others choose to participate in a summer school and day camp combination.
Due to expressed interest from parents, we are offering a limited bus service this summer for the first time serving the areas of Miramar to Plantation.
Our campers have come to know and love their summers with us. We are always changing things up and adding new experiences. We are very excited about introducing more new programs geared to appeal to middle schoolers. We want the campers and their parents to know that our daily activities, adventures and travels provide a great opportunity for building friendships plus exploring South Florida’s attractions in an easy, safe and affordable environment.
Source: Edition 17 Aldea Magazine