Sport Camps Frequently Asked Questions

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. May my daughter attend sport camps?

    A. Yes, Belmont Hill School Sport Camps offer coed as well as separate boys’ and girls’ camps.
  • Q. What ages are your campers? 

    A. Sessions are available for children ages 6 to 17, depending on the program.
  • Q. When are registrations due?

    A.
     
    Completed registration forms are accepted on a rolling basis, but early registration is encouraged as some camps fill up quickly. Campers must also provide a copy of a physical examination, a health history, and an immunization record taken within the last 24 months. Campers may not attend without the required medical information. A copy of this record may be emailed to summerprograms@belmonthill.org, faxed to 617-484-4688, or mailed to Belmont Hill Summer Programs, 350 Prospect Street, Belmont, MA 02478.
  • Q. Is lunch available?

    A. Yes. Campers may purchase food and drinks at the School snack bar for lunch. Healthful options are available, including sandwiches and salads. Campers may also bring their own lunch.
  • Q. What should my camper bring each day?

    A.
    Much of the equipment required is camp specific. Please visit our website at www.belmonthill.org/summer-programs for a complete list of required equipment, updates from coaches, and drop-off and pick-up policies. Each camper should bring sunscreen and a water bottle, along with sneakers in case of rain.
     
  • Q. What if we are interested in your summer academic, arts or tennis program?  

    A. For more information about these programs, visit our website at www.belmonthill.org/summer-programs. You may also call the office at 617-993-5215 to receive more information.
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