Old Sturbridge Village is a "must-see" attraction which depicts life in early 19th-century New England. Visitors can meet historians in costume, tour 40 antique buildings, visit a water-powered mill, see a working farm, and take part in hands-on crafts. Sturbridge offers many activities including educational programs for schools and scouts, Discovery Camps, and the best birthday party in history which includes dressing up in 19th-century costumes. Visit our website for a list of upcoming events.
Hamden Hall is a coeducational, college preparatory school that enrolls students in PreSchool through Grade 12 from over 75 communities. From the school’s notable beginnings more than a century ago as the nation’s fourth country day school to its current standing as a hallmark of educational excellence, Hamden Hall continues to focus on the development and integration of the child as an individual.
The German School of Connecticut (GSC), celebrating its 39th year, has started the 2017-18 school year with another record enrollment of over 350 students. Founded in 1978, GSC is a Saturday school offering a two-track curriculum for non-native beginners, and native or near-fluent speakers. Classes are held on two campuses (Stamford and West Hartford), ranging from Pre-School through High School and Adult. Students learn German as a new, non-native language, others expanding their Muttersprache, while all celebrate German, Austrian and Swiss cultures.
The Children's Museum offers a variety of things to do and see for children and adults!
The Children’s Museum in West Hartford, Connecticut offers hands-on fun with science and nature for children, families, and school groups. At the Museum and in classrooms throughout Connecticut, we encourage children to become creative thinkers and lifelong learners. Children engage in our interactive labs, workshops, multi-sensory exhibits and demonstrations, a live wildlife sanctuary, state-of-the art digital science dome planetarium shows, vacation camps, birthday parties, and special events. Come visit The Children’s Museum and see all that we have to offer!
The Study-Works Summer Program is designed to meet the needs of the middle school student ranging from grades six through eight. he summer program will be held during the month of August for the convenience of all families with busy schedules. This year, the STUDY SKILLS COURSE, CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS, and MATH ENRICHMENT will be offered. MATH TUTORING and GENERAL TUTORING (in all subject areas) are also available upon request.
Based in Greenwich, CT, Whitby School's summer camp programs blend athletics with academics for a fun, engaging summer camp. This is not the average run-of-the-mill summer program with high school students for instructors and counselors. At Whitby, campers will spend the summer with professional athletic and academic instructors including high school coaches, former world champions and a Chess GrandMaster. We challenge you to find instructors this good for prices as low as ours.