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Summer Camp

Investigate! Innovate! Invigorate!

Summer at Inly provides an opportunity for children to investigate nature, art, and theater, innovate with new tools and technologies, and invigorate their bodies and minds while learning new skills and making new friends.

Summer at Inly is open to the public. Children who will attend the grades indicated in the fall are welcome to register for that Summer at Inly class. The camp day runs from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. More information can be found under “General Information” at the right.

Pre-Summer: June 8–12, 2020

Les Miserables with Break a Leg Theater Works
Entering Grades 5–9  •  $500, includes field trip
 
Break a Leg Theater Works will work with campers on material from the iconic Les Miserables score, including stage scenes and movement in the style of the show that will end with a final showcase.

Campers will be joined exclusively by the Resident Director of the National Touring company of Les Miserables, as well as a few cast members from the production who will travel to Inly to teach master classes to our campers while on their stay in Boston. These master classes will explore song and lyric interpretation, as well as monologues and scene study.

Campers will also take a field trip to see Les Miserables at The Boston Opera House, which will culminate in an exclusive talkback with the cast and crew after the performance.  

Days and Times:
M, T, Th, F: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm 
W: 9:00 am –12:00 pm, plus an evening field trip to Les Miserables

Group Leaders:
 Kyle Wrentz & Healy Sammis

Session 1: June 22–26, 2020

Preschool Adventures: Trolls and Fairies
Ages 3–5  •  $400
Come explore the magical forest, wooded paths, and brilliant Sunflower Hill as we gather natural materials to create fairy houses and troll dwellings. Moss becomes a carpet, twigs transform into a roof, pebbles pave the way for little feet. What does your fairy or troll look like? Can it perform magic or does it have superpowers? We are only limited by our imaginations! Bring your pieces home or leave them in the woods for our fairy friends and trusted trolls, it’s up to you! Combined with our water play, outdoor adventures, and fun art projects, this is going to be a very magical time!
Group Leader: Georgie Gladdys
 
Creep, Glide, and Soar!
Entering Grades 1–3  •  $400
When it comes to moving around, animals seem to have super powers!  How does the hawk soar looking for prey? How does the snake slither under the green brush without any legs? Why doesn’t a water bug sink as it skates across a fresh puddle? Join us as we explore animal locomotion. From hollow bones to wavy scales and beyond, we’ll search for critters on the move as we hike through the wooded forest, explore Sunflower Hill, and take in the sky above. We’ll round out our days with camp games and art creations.
Group Leader: Ellyn Einhorn
 
Let’s Put on a Show!
Entering Grades K–3  •  $400
Campers will be immersed in the magical world of musical theatre. Join us as we explore singing, acting, choreography, theatre games, and set painting. This fun-filled week will lead up to a fabulous, culminating performance!
Group Leader: Colleen Quinn
 
Design Challenge
Entering Grades 4–6  •  $400
Start the summer by thinking outside of the box to solve a new design challenge each day. We’ll use the da Vinci Studio, the Inly campus and the I4 process to explore challenges like building bridges, creating robot mazes, and more. We’ll use the low ropes course to practice collaboration and problem solving and apply those lessons to our work. Are you ready for the challenge?
Group Leader: Tschol Slade
 

Session 2: July 6–17, 2020

Preschool Adventures: Rockets and Rainbows
Ages 3–5  •  $800
Let’s fill our sky together! Using science and imagination, we’ll add color to our world! Whether we’re looking through a prism, spraying a mist of water, or looking closely at a bubble floating through the air, we’ll find rainbows are all around us. We’ll think like scientists as we use water and air to propel rockets into our colorful sky.  
Group Leader: Georgie Gladdys
 
 
Matilda the Musical
Entering grades 4–11  •  $800* (plus additional fees below)
* Campers will also purchase a costume that they will get to keep for approximately $25.
* Campers selected for principal roles will pay an additional $100 fee directly to Break A Leg Theater Works for spring Saturday rehearsals.

Summer at Inly and Break a Leg Theater Works present Matilda the Musical. This summer program will be choreographed by Thayne Jasperson, an original cast member of Broadway’s Matilda the Musical, Newsies, and the last remaining original cast member currently in Hamilton. Thayne was also a finalist on the hit TV show So You Think You Can Dance and can be seen on film in High School Musical. Thayne will be joining us for selected days of this production. There will be opportunities for Summer at Inly campers as either principal players or ensemble members.

Interested in being a Principal Player?
Principal Player auditions will be held May 2nd or 3rd (callbacks May 10th) for specific roles and characters. Those selected will begin rehearsals this spring on selected Saturday afternoons at Break a Leg Theater Works in Plymouth, MA, where they will learn music, blocking, and scene study from the co-directors of Matilda, and founders of Break a Leg, Kyle Wrentz & Healy Sammis. (An additional fee applies.) Any student not selected for a featured role will be eligible to participate in the Matilda ensemble (see below). More information on auditions will be posted at www.breakalegtheater.com.  

Ensemble Members
Matilda campers (non-principal) will also work with Thayne Jasperson during this two-week camp and learn choreography for the bigger production numbers, as well as music and scene study with Kyle & Healy, Co-Directors of Matilda and Founders of  Break a Leg Theater Works. All campers will be cast in the production.

Registration:
Whether you are interested in auditioning for a principal role or would like to be part of the ensemble, all campers need to register through the Summer at Inly website.
  
Please note that any participant selected for a principal role will need to pay an additional $100 fee directly to Break A Leg Theater Works, due to the additional Saturday rehearsals as described above. 

Days and Times:
Monday-Friday, 9:00 am–2:00 pm 
Plus evening dress rehearsals Wednesday, July 15th & Thursday, July 16th (time TBD)

Performances: 
Friday, July 17th at 7pm
Saturday July 18th at 2pm & 7pm
Sunday, July 19th at 2pm
 

Inly Summer Olympics!
Entering Grades 1–3  •  $800
You are an Inly Olympian! Each camp day, we will explore and play different summer olympic sports, including track & field, field hockey, soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, and badminton just to name a few.  We’ll focus on adventure, excitement, and team building as we explore these ancient games! Who needs Mount Olympus when we have Sunflower Hill?
Group Leader: Thomas Mbungo

Rube Goldberg Contraptions
Entering Grades 4–6  •  $800* (*plus an additional fee of $50 for theme park ticket and transportation)
In this two week session, campers will combine serious engineering with pointless absurdity. We will collaborate to design and build a Rube Goldberg machine that completes an utterly simple task using an insanely complex contraption. Join in and see how many marbles, dominoes, springs, ramps, elastic bands, and more we can put to work! Campers will also venture off campus to perform some intense, no-nonsense research at Canobie Lake Park(!) where we’ll explore some of the engineering that goes into producing all the thrills!
Group Leader: Tschol Slade


Session 3: July 20–31, 2020

Preschool Adventures: Unicorns and Robots
Ages 3–5  •  $800
Join us as we mix two of our favorite fantasy friends, unicorns and robots!  We’ll design our own robots, big, small, funny, silly, out of this world—you decide! Could we even make a unicorn robot? Sure why not! See what creatures we can design just using our imaginations and some fun recycled materials and art supplies! We’ll round out our days playing in the sunshine and building whatever comes to mind.
Group Leader: Georgie Gladdys
 
DANCE PARTY!
Entering Grades 1–4  •  $800
Come and dance the weeks away! We'll be exploring different styles of dance (jazz, musical theatre, contemporary), learning the ins and outs of choreography and composition and...dancing with props! (scarves, canes and hats!)
Group Leader: Colleen Quinn

Cooking with Chef Abby
Entering Grades 6–8  •  $800* (*plus an additional $25 fee for ingredients)
Join French Chef Abby Gray in our sizzling summer kitchen! You’ll learn the basics of cooking with a fun flair for each recipe. Campers will take on authentic kitchen roles as they learn the 5 mother sauces, French omelettes, experiment with spices and flavors, and more! The session will culminate in a bake-off where students will make and decorate their own layer cakes.
Group Leaders: Chef Abby Gray 
 
Movie Making
Entering Grades 4–6  •  $800
Spielberg. Kurosawa. Hitchcock. Scorsese. <<Insert your name here>>! Practice your filmmaking and learn new skills as we write screenplays, shoot scenes and edit it all together into screen-ready masterpieces. We’ll walk the red carpet at the Summer at Inly Film Festival where our films will premiere for the world.
Group Leader: Tschol Slade
 

General Information

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  • About

    • Summer at Inly is open to the public.

    • The camp day runs from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. (Break a Leg Theater camps have slightly different schedules. Please see descriptions.)

    • All campers will receive a Summer at Inly t-shirt.

    • Inly School is a nut-free campus. Campers should pack a nut-free lunch and bring a water bottle. 

    • Camper drop-off and pick-up will occur at the main parking loop, in front of the Grealish Family Pavilion. 

    • Parents and friends of campers are invited to attend a community gathering the last Friday of each session in the Meehan Family Artsbarn, where campers will share projects and performances of their program.
     
    This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health.

  • Staff

    • Summer at Inly staff are chosen for their enthusiasm, expertise, and ability to serve as positive role models.
     
    • Camp programs are led by certified Inly School faculty. All staff are CORI-checked and fingerprinted under state law. 

    • A fully certified nurse will be on campus daily.
  • Registration & Discounts

    • Register and pay online by clicking the link at the left.

    • One-time early bird discount of $25 per family if registration is completed by March 15.

    • Inly reserves the right to cancel a program due to insufficient enrollment.
  • Questions?

    Please feel free to email summer@inlyschool.org
"You can’t go wrong with any summer camp at Inly." —Kristin Quinn, Misadventures in Mommyhood

Inly School

46 Watch Hill Drive | Scituate, MA 02066
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Welcome to Inly, a private, independent Montessori school with innovative programs that inspire toddlers, preschool and K-8 students to become independent, lifelong learners. Our inviting community draws students from 20 towns on the South Shore of Boston,
including Scituate, Cohasset, Hingham, Norwell, Hanover, Marshfield, Pembroke, Plymouth and Hull.
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