Programs
Enrichment Camps

Farm Camp

Program Info

Hi Hills' new Farm Camp offers children in grades 1 – 4 a chance to become familiar with farming through a unique hands-on experience. The Home Winds Farm experience will allow campers to focus on agriculture; interact with our chickens, goats, and donkeys; be a part of growing and picking local produce and flowers: learn about honey and bee pollination; enjoy farm-related arts and crafts; and so much more!

Specifics

List of 4 items.

  • Grades 1-4

  • June 22 – June 26; 9:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.; Fee: $280

  • What to Bring / What to Wear

    • All items should be labeled with camper’s first and last name. Campers should dress appropriately for activities (e.g., comfortable closed-toe shoes or sneakers, shorts, and t-shirts).
    • Water bottle
    • Please make sure sunscreen is applied
    • If you will be combining Farm Camp with another half-day Hi Hills program, your child will be provided lunch each day.
  • Drop Off & Pick Up

    AM Drop Off: 9:00 AM
    ½ Day Pick Up: 11:45 AM       
           
    Morning Drop Off
    Beginning at 8:55 a.m., campers should enter the West Gate and follow the signs for “Drop-Off” at the Lower School entrance. Please form one line. Wait for the car in front of you to finish dropping off campers before pulling forward. Team Members will be there to greet campers and help them out of the cars. If your camper is attending an afternoon program, Team Members will make sure he or she gets to the next session.

    Late Drop Off
    If you arrive late to drop off your camper, please walk your child to the Hi Hills Camp Office (located in the Cox Building) to check in for the day. All late campers will be escorted to their sessions by Team Members.

    Afternoon Pick Up
    Beginning at 11:40 a.m., parents should enter the West Gate and follow the signs for “Pick-Up” at the Lower School entrance. Please form one line. Before pulling forward, wait for the car in front of you to finish picking up campers. Team Members will be there to assist campers and help them into the cars.