Camp Kennedy is held in the summer, is a one day camp and is designed to engage the youth of our country in exploring John F. Kennedy’s legacy of leadership. We have a number of exciting new projects in the works for 2019 that we hope will stimulate the leader in each young participant! Below are 2018 Camp Kennedy projects and classroom images. Please fill out the below form to inquire about Camp Kennedy 2019.

The lessons synthesize critical thinking skills, civic engagement, and science, technology, engineering, mathematics and art (STEAM). The programs are open to students who will begin grades 2, 3, or 4. Registration is on a first come/first served basis and is limited to 12 students daily. Each class has a different theme.

Launching into Space
Students learn about the integral role of President Kennedy in the Space Race. They will then build a rocket. Students will launch the rockets at a nearby park, testing their engineering skills.
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Boats and the Beach
Students learn about President Kennedy’s service in the Navy onboard PT109. Boatbuilding will follow. “Sea Trials” will take place at Aselton Park, Hyannis.
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I Have a Dream
Students are introduced to the importance of the civil rights movement through the relationship between Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. Using their artistic skills, students will then develop and decorate an “I Have a Dream” dream catcher, sharing their dreams for the future.
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2018 Camp Kennedy Photos

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