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Summer camps at Salisbury Academy

Salisbury
Academy camps
Salisbury Academyís 2011 summer camp schedule includes academic, athletic and enrichment camps throughout the summer.
Camps are open to students that will be in first through ninth grade during the upcoming 2011-2012 school year. The camps are open to all students in the community. Camps are offered through the day. There are flexible drop-off and pick up times available.
Academic camps will cover topics on math, reading, writing and study skills. Sports camps will be offered for basketball, ultimate Frisbee, baseball/softball, football, soccer, volleyball, tennis, badminton, cheerleading and general sports.
Salisbury Academy will also hold the following enrichment camps: Glee camp, forensic science for girls, dance, LEGO robotics, Spanish immersion, musical theater, drama, guitar, drumming, computers and technology, arts and crafts, adventure and nature and the environment. Private voice, piano, guitar and bass lessons will be offered to those interested.
Visit the Salisbury Academy website (www.salisburyacademy.org) for a full list of camps and to register online. For questions, please contact Katie Reefe at summerprograms@salisburyacademy.org.

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