Summer Camp

Goddard Riverside’s Summer Day Camp program provides fun, enriching activities for children in July and August

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Kindergarten-6th Grade

Goddard Riverside at Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center summer camp serves young people ages 5-12 with activities that foster a love of learning and encourage positive peer relationships. The program partners with Lincoln Center and other local arts organizations, and makes use of the rich resources of our area including the nearby American Museum of Natural History and Central Park.

First-Tenth Grade

The Summer Day Camp at Beacon serves youth who will enter the first through eighth grade this fall (ages 6-13). The camp is part of the Summer Rising initiative in collaboration with the schools. Activities include Education Enhancement and Learning, STEM, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Recreation, and Project based Learning. Families can register Monday-Friday from 10am-5pm at 154 West 93rd Street (Basement Office B2). Registration forms may also be downloaded from this web page and the complete packet emailed to Beacon@goddard.org.  

Camp will run from Tuesday, July 6 – Thursday, August 19.  

Third-Ninth Grade

The Performing Arts Conservatory introduces and cultivates a love of performing arts in third- to ninth-grade students (children ages 8 to 14) by emphasizing dedication, discipline and enjoyment in dance and musical theater. Our multidisciplinary curriculum is taught by professional New York City-based artists and led by experienced artists and arts educators. We welcome students of any skill level with a desire to explore the performing arts.

The Performing Arts Conservatory will run for seven weeks this summer, from Tuesday, July 6th, to Thursday, August 19th, 2021. We are thrilled to be back in person this year!

PAC registration forms can be submitted via email to Amanda Hopper at ahopper@goddard.org or in person to the Beacon program at 154 West 93rd Street, Office B2, New York, NY 10025.