Summer Camp


Summer Camp


All camps are full at this time!

2023 Holy Trinity Day School Super Summer Camps

At Holy Trinity Day School, we are passionate about nurturing the whole child--cognitively, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually, using a wide variety of techniques, activities, and each child’s own interests.  One of the means we use to further these goals is through our summer camp experiences.

 2023 Camper Registration Form - All camps are full.

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 At Holy Trinity Day School, we are passionate about nurturing the whole child--cognitively, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually, using a wide variety of techniques, activities, and each child’s own interests.  One of the means we use to further these goals is through our summer camp experiences.


This summer we will host five camp sessions.  Each camp session lasts either 3 or 4 days, depending on the age of your child, and is structured around a different theme. Through an age-appropriate, play-based curriculum, students will explore, create, and connect with the theme through meaningful, hands-on activities geared toward preschoolers’ natural curiosity and investigative natures. 


Camps run from 9:00 am- 1:00 pm and serve children 11 months to 8 years. Recent graduates and older siblings are welcome.  Children will bring a snack, reusable water bottle, and lunch for each day of camp.


Camps for our younger students, children born between August 31, 2019 through July 30, 2022, will run Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Students will be grouped together by age so that they are with their peers. Camp tuition is $120 per week. 


Camps for children born September 1, 2015 through August 30, 2019 will run Monday through Thursday.  Students will be grouped together by age so that they are with their peers. Camp tuition is $145 per week.    


Camp registration and payment is due by April 25.  Registrations and payment received after April 25 will incur a $20 late fee which is non-refundable.  Payment for camp will be handled through Brightwheel for current and newly enrolled families or by cash or check payable to Holy Trinity Day School.  All payments through Brightwheel and/or by check or cash are due in full by April 25.  Cancellations or changes in dates must be made by phone or email two weeks prior to the start of the camp in order to receive a refund (excluding the late fee if applicable).  Refunds will not be given for changes made after the two- week window nor for absences related to illness.  Refunds will be given if a camp has to shut down due to exposure to a virus and is not able to meet per CDC guidelines.  Each camp offering is subject to enrollment and ability to staff.

2023 Summer Camp Flyer


2023 Camp Schedule

Camp 1: May 30 June 1 Helping Hands
Helping Hands is a camp on service learning and kindness. Young children love to help, participate, and serve. This week’s camp will focus on kindness and helping others through service. Campers will raise awareness and funds for the Kellin Foundation, a local non-profit that helps to strengthen resilience among children, families, adults, and communities impacted by trauma. Campers will host a lemonade stand on campus (how fun is that!) with all proceeds going to the Kellin Foundation to assist in its efforts to provide free services that help break the cycles of trauma among children, adults, and families ( Throughout the week, campers will be active participants in making our community a better place through their own “helping hands.” Refund deadline is May 16.

Camp 2: June 5-8 Stars and Stripes Forever
Hip, Hip, Hooray for the USA! Campers will have a grand time celebrating our beautiful flag and slices of Americana through stories, crafts, songs, and games. Gifted guitarist and music instructor, Riley Walker, will work with our campers as we give tribute to “our grand old flag” and all that is red, white, and blue. Refund deadline is May 22.

Camp 3- June 19- 22 Sizzling Science
Preschoolers’ love of investigation, questioning, and getting messy make them naturals in the field of science. Campers will explore several topics through fun activities that are geared towards their curious, active minds. It is sure to be a week full of scientific discovery. Refund deadline is June 5.

Camp 4- July 17- 20 Buzz, Hum, Click: It’s a Bug’s Life
Campers will explore and discover the wide world of insects through books, crafts, songs, imaginative play. Refund deadline is July 3.

Camp 5 July 24- 27 Community Helpers
Campers will enjoy learning about the people who help in our community. They will gain an appreciation for all of the people who work to keep them safe, healthy, well- fed and educated. Campers will engage, investigate and experience what it means to be a community helper.


Protocols and Policies

These are the current policies and protocols as of April 25, 2022 that adhere to the Diocese of NC guidelines and NC Strong Childcare Toolkit. Policies and protocols will be reviewed and updated throughout the spring and summer months and are therefore subject to change.    



BEFORE you leave for school you…… CHECK FOR SYMPTOMS     • Fever (100.4) • Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Fatigue or lethargy • Muscle, body aches or headache • New loss of taste or smell • Sore throat • Congestion or runny nose (not related to seasonal allergies) • Constant green or discolored nasal discharge • Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea   CONSIDER THE IMPACT • Will any of the above symptoms cause your child to pass along germs to others? • Will any of the above symptoms cause your child discomfort at school? • Will any of the above symptoms cause HTDS staff to question whether your child should be attending school?   KEEP SICK KIDS HOME • For 48 hours, fever-free without fever-reducing medication • Until upset stomach (nausea or diarrhea) has been cleared up for at least 24 hours • Until cough or runny nose is cleared up enough to not affect others • Until a pediatrician has cleared your child to return to school.


Inform the Office

Call, text, or email Julie (336-275-7726) if your child is presenting symptoms to discuss your child’s attendance.



All cloth face coverings (CFC) are optional.



In order to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID 19 and other viruses the school has updated its health policy and is enacting more stringent measures. People with COVID-19 report a wide range of symptoms from no symptoms, to mild symptoms, to severe illness.  People with no symptoms can spread the virus.  Children with COVID-19 may not initially present with fever and cough as often as adults.  COVID-19 symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.  People with the following symptoms may have COVID-19 (this list does not include all possible symptoms).


  • Fever or chills (Fever is determined as 100.4 or greater, or feels warm to the touch, or says they have recently felt feverish.)
  • New cough
  • Shortness or breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Headache
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea


Parents/caregivers must be on the alert for any symptoms of COVID-19 and keep children home if showing any signs of illness. Contact the school office.


Daily health checks are required for all persons entering the school including students, staff and other visitors.  


Any students or staff who show COVID- 19 symptoms upon arrival or who show symptoms throughout the day will be sent home or not admitted for the day.


Any student who has known close contact (within 6 feet for at least 15 minutes) within the last 2 days with a person who has confirmed case of COVID-19 will not be admitted. Contact the school office.


Any student who has close contact (within 6 feet for at least 15 minutes) with a person in his/her household who is waiting for results from a COVID-19 test and therefore still under investigation for COVID- 19 will not be admitted.


Students should not be sent to camp unless in a good state of health. Please do not allow your child to return to camp until he/she is able to participate in all activities, including outside play.



A graphic health screening flowchart can be found here Health Screening Flowchart



Please inform the Day School of any allergies your child might have, particularly food allergies so proper precautions can be taken. Classrooms are peanut- free



Families of children who are 2 years and up will participate in a drive-up procedure that is located behind the school near the playgrounds and parking lots. Parents enter carpool off of Smith Street. Student will be loaded and unloaded at the back of the school near the small playground.


In the morning, staff will help your child get out of the car and to the classroom. In the afternoon, staff will bring your child to your car and will help them in. Parents are to remain in their cars and will pull forward into the parking lot to buckle their child.  Please make a sign with your child’s first and last name on it to display for carpool. This will help the staff load cars more promptly. 


Carpool Guidelines

-Create a carpool sign with your child’s first and last name.

-Display your carpool sign so it is clearly visible.

-Enter driveway by turning left off Smith Street in to Holy Trinity parking lot.

-Turn right immediately and head towards the back of the Holy Trinity Youth House.

-Turn left towards the playgrounds and back entrance to the school.

-Turn off cell phones during carpool for the safety of everyone.

-Pull forward into the parking lot to buckle your child once he/she is in the car.


Morning Drop Off runs from 8:55 to 9:10 am. Afternoon carpool runs until 1:10 pm.

Families of children who are younger than two will walk up to the back entrance for Drop Off and Pick Up.



Please be prompt in picking up your child at the end of the day. Parents who are more than 10 minutes late will be charged $10.00, due upon pick up. Please call the office if you know you are going to be late so we can assure your child that you are on your way.



A child will not be released to someone other than the parent, guardian or someone identified on their emergency card. Please notify the office in writing if the child is to be picked up by someone other than the regular person. Verbal messages by the child cannot be accepted.



Please label your child’s clothing, lunch containers and any other personal items to ensure that they come home with your child each day. Due to COVID-19 protocol campers are not allowed to bring personal items such as toys, play equipment, chewing gum, or candy to camp.



Please label your child’s clothing. Comfortable clothing will allow your child to enter wholeheartedly into all activities. Students go outside even when the temperatures are hot. Athletic shoes or shoes with crepe soles are best for climbing activities. Clogs, flip flops or shoes that slide off the child’s foot easily are dangerous on the playground and should not be worn for camp. Campers should wear sunscreen (applied by the parent) each day they are at camp.