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Salisbury Academy welcomes families to campus next week

Salisbury Academy welcomes families on campus next week for several events to learn more about the school and its summer camp programs.

The third annual summer camp fair will be held Wednesday from noon until 5:30 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet camp representatives, get information on programs, and sign up for summer camps. This event is free and open to the public.

Day camp representatives from Rowan Museum, Waterworks Visual Arts Center, Piedmont Players, Partners In Learning, the Spencer Doll and Toy Museum and Salisbury Academy will be present. Representatives from weeklong camps including Camp Hollymont, Green River Preserve, Camp Cheerio, and Skyland Camp for Girls will also participate.

Salisbury Academy will again offer camps this summer for pre-kindergarten through rising ninth-grade students. Some of the Salisbury Academy sessions include swimming camp, science camp, cooking and craft camps, art camps, athletic camps and more. Children do not have to be Salisbury Academy students to attend.

On Thursday, families interested in junior kindergarten or kindergarten are invited to two events to learn more about the school.

Parents and prospective students may attend the Sneak Peek event together at 10 a.m., during which the student will have time to participate in the classroom while parents tour the school.

That evening, parents of prospective students will have an opportunity for questions and answers about the school and will interact with teachers in demonstrations of typical classroom lessons. During this event, parents will learn about Salisbury Academy’s academics which incorporate the arts, foreign language, and physical education.

The event is from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Carter Kindergarten Building.

Salisbury Academy is located at 2210 Jake Alexander Blvd., N. For more information about these events, call 704-636-3002, extension 103 or email agoodnight@salisburyacademy.org.

 

 

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