Boys Day Camp
Six one-week sessions
June 22–July 31
9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Rising 1st through rising 6th graders
$410 per week ($328 for June 29–July 2)
** Multi-week discount starting at three weeks!
What to bring: Snack and lunch with drink, bathing suit, towel, goggles (optional), water bottle, hat, sunscreen (labeled with name), tennis racket (Groups 5–8), baseball mitt
Steeped in 80 years of tradition, Landon Summer’s Boys Day Camp utilizes the school’s beautiful 75-acre campus to deliver a program with activities that boys love best. Favorites include: instructional swim, basketball, baseball, soccer, archery, riflery, field games, woodshop and more. There is a seven-to-one camper-to-counselor ratio, and specialized, experienced coaches for each activity ensure fun for every participant. Campers have the opportunity to take field trips and enjoy special events that take them off campus. Our camp traditions — including the Bow and Arrow Competition, Water Olympics and the Penny Carnival — keep campers coming back year after year. Summer camp at Landon means boys play hard all day long ... and sleep well at night!
Click here for the BDC schedule
2015 Special Events:
June 24: Ice Skating (Group 7)
June 25: Puppet Show (Groups 1 & 2)
June 30: Water Mine (Groups 5 & 6)
July 1: Evening baseball game (Groups 7 & 8)
July 2: Puppet Show (Groups 3 & 4)
July 7: Berry Picking (Groups 1-4)
July 8: Ice Skating (Group 5)
July 9: Monster Golf (Group 8)
July 10: Bow & Arrow Day!
July 15: Ice Skating (Group 6)
July 17: Udvar Hazy Center (Groups 7 & 8)
July 20: Putt Putt (Group 6)
July 23: Evening camp fire (Groups 7 & 8)
July 24: Reptile World assembly
July 27: Putt Putt (Group 5)
July 28: Water Mine (Groups 7 & 8)
July 29: National Zoo (Groups 1-4)
July 30: Penny Carnival!
Director Bio: Andy Katz has 28 years of teaching experience, including 20 years at Landon School. He has worked with the Boys Day Camp for 17 years and has been Boys Day Camp director for the past 12. He teaches mathematics in Landon’s Upper School and is the class advisor to 11th and 12th grade boys. He is also the head wrestling coach and the Australian exchange coordinator.
Fun fact: Andy is the father of four girls!