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Greensboro Day School Summer Camp

Map5401 Lawndale Drive
Greensboro, NC 27455
336-288-8590
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Description:

Our mission: To provide a safe, educational, and empowering summer experience to our campers and students in an expert environment that promotes trust, kindness, acceptance and leadership. All area students are invited to the GDS campus, where we provide a safe and expert environment to explore academics, arts, athletics, and so much more. Our camps foster learning, laughter and friendship, and promote a real joy for learning. Students and campers can develop socially, emotionally, and physically and enhance their sense of independence. An adult-only, highly qualified staff maintains our year round standard of a safe, kind, and innovative environment.

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County: Guilford

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