S'Camp 2014 - June 9 through August 8
S'Camp, Old Trail School's Summer Camp, has grown in popularity since its inception more than three decades ago. S'Camp is open to any child, toddler to 17 years old. Our program is flexible to meet the needs of busy families. We offer morning, afternoon and all day classes for one week or for multiple weeks and an extended camp program. Students can mix and match programs from more than 150 offerings. Lunch and transportation are available.
Registration is now open! Classes are filling quickly.
Brochures have been mailed to past campers and those on our S'Camp mailing list. Please use the S'Camp Inquiry Form to request a brochure if you don't think you are on our mailing list. Click on the 2014 brochure to view a PDF version.
Extended Camp Options
Game On Sports, directed by Old Trail School's P.E. Instructor, Scott Trahey, offers extended day options. These options include an early gym (7:45 a.m. - 9 a.m - $8 per morning) and late swim and gym program (3 p.m. to 5:45 p.m - $15 per afternoon). You will find the Before and After Camp options online when you register for your S'Camp programs.
A fresh nutritious lunch is available daily for $20 per week ($16 week 4). It is prepared by Metz & Associates Dining Services contracted by Old Trail School during the school year. Campers are asked to sign-up for lunch at least a week in advance. Lunch is provided in weeks 1 through 7.
Transportation is available from Hudson - Redeemer Church, 190 W. Streetsboro Rd. and Brecksville - Saint Basil the Great-Catholic Church, 8700 Brecksville Rd. Cost is $25 for unlimited morning and/or afternoon use per week.
Note: Bus transportation is provided in weeks 1 through 7. There is no mid-day run. Bus departs at 8:20 a.m. and returns at approximately 3:25 p.m.
Introduction to Recording Note - The nationally acclaimed blues band, The Juke Hounds, recently released a new record, "BluesiTude" which includes a song ("Choose To Be Young") recorded and mixed by last year's Introduction to Recording S'Camp class taught by Freddy DeMarco from DeMarco's School of Music in Hudson. Listen to 'Choose To Be Young".