• Camp Type: Overnight, Day
  • Age of Campers: 12 - 17
  • Gender of Campers: Coed
  • Year Established: 2007
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Join us for the summer of a lifetime! Centenary Summer Scholars is a co-ed academic program for rising 8th through 12th grade students. Located in Hackettstown, New Jersey. Centenary University provides a fun and creative learning space in which students can make the most of our wonderful resources.

Our summer program allows students to explore their academic passions. We introduce subjects that school may not offer, while encouraging students to experiment with classes as they begin to consider their college major.

We offer day and residential options as well as weekend stays for multi-session students. Students living nearby can take advantage of our academic programs and return home in the evenings. Students traveling from other states, or those who enjoy the residential experience, are welcome to board for one or more sessions. Also, residential students attending multiple sessions have the option of staying on campus for free on Saturday night!

This summer we are excited to offer brand new courses in addition to our most popular courses! We offer four one-week sessions, and students choose one course per session. All courses accept students at all levels. For those interested in attending a class for multiple sessions, they can continue learning without repetition.

Our talented staff and diverse group of students make for a remarkable summer experience. Helping to ensure another successful summer, most of our staff are returning for their third or fourth summer with us! Our directors, teachers and residential advisors put together an amazing program of classes and activities that ensure students are learning and having fun from morning till night.

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