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When you send your child to White Oak Conservation Summer Camp you're sending them on an experience they will never forget! Occupying more than 17,000 acres, White Oak is a unique place for the conservation of wildlife, history, culture and learning. Your child will participate in our STEM summer camp in a living laboratory like none other.
As an education guest, your child will learn from leading experts in diverse life sciences and engage in stimulating programs that infuse core scientific and conservation principles. Rather than seeing imperiled animals on a screen or reading theory in a book, students touch, smell, and truly experience wildlife and habitats while learning about the threats they face and the work necessary to ensure their survival. Our innovative curriculum combines academic work, fun, and experiential learning. Throughout the week, students will participate in the White Oak Conservation Curriculum which incorporates science, social studies, the arts and much more to foster a sense of place in the worldwide ecosystem and conservation ethic. The exceptional ‘White Oak experience’ includes; kayaking, swimming, river tours, sports, and the famous Gilman Hall (complete with a bowling alley!), which are sure to make this camp an unforgettable experience for your student!
Summer camp tuition is inclusive of all activities, materials, curriculum, food and transportation.
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White Oak does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, physical or mental ability in educational, admission and administrative policies. All application materials are confidential and are maintained for the statute of limitations by the education director. White Oak reserves the right to deny enrollment or re-enrollment to any student.