Our Camp Program
We’ve developed our camp program over 20 years and 186 camps. Each camp features substantial instruction
in a fun and exciting environment. Mornings are mostly devoted to group learning, small group coaching,
skill-building exercises, and one-to-one interaction with our staff. Afternoonsare mostly spent refining
skills and understanding in both formal and recreational play.
Different Camp, Different Curriculum
The curriculum for each camp
is unique. Campers attending more than one camp are able to further increase their skills without repeating
material they’ve already studied. Some of our students attend most every camp we offer; many come to at least two
camps during the summer.
Most of our campers are 6-16. Older students are welcome; over
the years we've had several adults attend camp, as campers, and find the week both enjoyable and productive.
Younger campers are welcome with approval of the Camp Director. Please contact Chessmaster Pete, for such an
Campers are divided into study-play groups based on their age and experience. Some of our students are state
champions (we’ve trained 68 of them), and others are just figuring out how the pieces move. We
treasure each and every one of them.
Camp runs from 9:00-3:00 each day. We also supervise free chess
play each day from 8:00-9:00 a.m. and 3:00-4:00 p.m.
4:00-6:00 p.m. $125/week $25/day
What to Bring
Lunch, snacks for morning and afternoon breaks, and a water bottle.
Our 2016 summer schedule and registration links are here.