Our 4 C’s are the cornerstones of our program.
Courtesy, Cooperation, Caring, & Concern
We place a strong emphasis that campers take ownership of their actions and treat each other and staff with care and respect. We strive to make Camp Dogwood a space of acceptance, learning, and transformation.
Camp Dogwood’s (ROP) Rites of Passage is for rising 10th-12th graders and (STEP) Staff Training Enrichment Program is only open to rising 11th-12th graders who have completed ROP.
2023 Camp Dogwood Dates
Session 1: Grades 4-6
June 18-July 1
Session 2: Grades 2-4
July 4-July 10
Session 3: Grades 6-8
July 13-July 26
Session 4: Grades 8-9
July 29- August 11
Camp Dogwood provides stimulating, hands-on lessons, allowing campers to take an active role in their education. Lessons focus on critical thinking and exploration in topics including: reading, writing, analysis, leadership, community service, and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). Campers participate in one field trip per 2-week session and are visited by guest speakers.
Traditional camp activities
Campers are given the opportunity to participate in a variety of traditional summer camp activities such as art, swimming, tennis, sports and games, cooking, music, dance, and storytelling. Campers help feed the farm animals, maintain clean camp grounds, and spend time in the camp’s garden. Through diverse, cross-curricular programming and a dedicated staff, we aim to make Camp Dogwood a place of growth, excitement, and fun.
Friendships and fun
Through diverse, cross-curricular programming and a dedicated staff, we aim to make Camp Dogwood a place of growth, excitement, and fun.
We forge lasting friendships and create memories that will last a lifetime!
For young students, the program curriculum includes reading comprehension and language, math, science and team-building and communication skills.