The Rye Country Day Summer Session offers rising fifth through twelfth graders the opportunity to develop areas of special interest, explore new ideas, earn advanced credit, or review subjects that need strengthening. Summer Session is open to qualified students from any school. Students may sign up for as many or as few classes as they would like.
Courses meet for two- to six-week sessions, depending on the course. Dates and times for every course are noted in the course description.
The perfect way to make the transition from school to summer is to participate with friends and RCDS teachers in Rye Country Day School’s Wildcat Mini-Camp. Camps are open to rising Kindergarten through Grade 8 Rye Country Day students (including newly accepted families). Camps run for two weeks after the close of the academic year.
Please note, Middle School sports camps are offered in June Sports Camps during the first week after the end of the academic year. During the second week after the end of the academic year, Middle School sports camps are offered through Wildcat Mini-Camps.
Rye Country Day athletes have the opportunity to participate in an intensive week of training for a specific sport with a Rye Country Day coach. These programs are open to rising fifth through twelfth graders the first week after the close of the academic year.
Please note, during the second week after the end of the academic year, Middle School sports camps are offered through Wildcat Mini-Camps.
ACTION is an academic enrichment program at Rye Country Day School for highly motivated public school students entering grades 7, 8, or 9. ACTION seeks to expand the academic and intellectual horizons of bright, motivated, and responsible students from local communities that may not have the resources available to provide such summer programs. ACTION offers a diverse range of educational challenges both on and off campus. The program promotes confidence and strength of character while helping students grow academically and develop as leaders.