Board the Bus

Off Campus Adventures for Rising 6-8 Graders

The unique structure of Board the Bus provides the perfect balance of enrichment challenges, physical activities, independent selection, and fun excursions to make every week an adventure! Board the Bus encourages independence and decision-making by allowing campers the freedom to choose some of their own activities and how they spend their time. We offer positive experiences that will help develop mental and social skills that are essential to succeed in high school.

Would you like to learn more about our 7 weeks of exciting trips for Board the Bus?

 
  • Hershey Park & Chocolate World  |  Week 1: June 21-25

    Campers will head to sweet Hershey, PA to explore how chocolate is made in Hershey's new Chocolatetown before spending a fun filled day in the park.  

    Back-Up Trip: A visit to a local restaurant to enjoy a cooking lesson and delicious lunch.

  • Escape Room  |  Week 2: June 28 - July 2

    No mission is complete without a challenge, campers will engage their problem solving to ESCAPE!

  • Tubing  |  Week 3: July 6-9 (We will be closed July 5th in observance of Independence Day)

    What’s more American than river tubing with friends? Our campers will head out for a fun down the Brandywine River.

  • Lewes Beach  |  Week 4: July 12-16

    Surf’s Up as we head to Lewes, Delaware for a day of sun and sand!

  • Zip Lining  |  Week 5: July 19-23

    Campers will take their adventurous spirit to the next level!! Ziplining, here we come!!

  • Great Adventure  |  Week 6: July 26-30

    Science is all around us, the engineering in rollercoasters is even better when experienced!

     

    Back Up Trip: Mid-Atlantic Grand Prix Go-Karting

  • Rock Climbing  |  Week 7: August 2-6

    A week of competition? What better competition than a race to the top wall at Delaware Rock Gym!

A note on field trips...

The health and safety of all campers has been and continues to be our number one priority. While we are hopeful that come Summer, trips like Hershey Park will be possible, we realize that it may not be safe or in our best interest to proceed. Therefore, we have back-up trip options and want to note that trips may be canceled or changed at any time. As we approach Summer, we will evaluate risks with our school committee of health professionals to determine safe options for campers.