Discover the possibilities in-person or online this summer with Stuart!
CO-ED CAMPS FOR PRESCHOOL THROUGH GRADE 12
Browse Stuart's co-ed and all girls offerings with Stuart faculty and staff such as Camp Stuart (Preschool), Middle School Performing Arts, Academic Academies, STEM camps for girls, sports camps for girls, creative writing, entrepreneurship, printmaking, poetry, yoga, and more!
NOTE: Camp titles will indicate if it is on campus, virtual-only or a hybrid. A sibling discount will be granted automatically beginning with the second child.
Lunch is not available this year. We will not be offering before and after care out of an abundance of caution.
Should there be a change in this policy, we will let you know.
Our commitment to safety
In September 2020, Stuart reopened with a robust academic and co-curricular experience that was balanced with a commitment to the physical and emotional health of our community.
With a strict adherence to guidance from the NJDOH and Princeton Health Department, along with a community commitment through our Goal 5 Pledge, Stuart has successfully remained open through the school year with absolutely no community spread. Click here for more on Stuart's COVID protocols.
Why choose Stuart summer camp?
"After the Academic Academy on campus program in 2019, our daughter insisted that we come to a Stuart open house. She is now enrolled for the academic year." - Parent
“After my daughter finished the Middle School STEM Anatomy Camp she told us she was going to study to become a doctor. The Stuart faculty are wonderful." - Parent
Registration, changes and cancellation policy
Registration for Stuart camps and camp options is completed via our web site, and credit card payment in full is required at the time of registration. Cancellation and refunds are only possible if Stuart determines that there are not sufficient numbers to offer a camp. A one-time seasonal registration fee of $25 is required for each camper.
Anne Pierpont is the parent of a Stuart alumna, Sarah Anne '04, and a graduate of an independent school for girls. Since 1990, her creative and administrative responsibilities at Stuart have included Admissions, Financial Aid, the Formation to Mission of Sacred Heart Education and all Summer and After School Enrichment Programs. Anne is a life-long student of the French language and loves music. She has served as a Board member of the National Coalition of Girls School, The Secondary School Admission Test Board and the Princeton Girl Choir. These affiliations have deepened her commitment to education for girls.