Stoneleigh-burnham School

574 Bernardston Road, Greenfield, MA, 01301 - School Map Map

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School Notes Overview:

Stoneleigh-Burnham School resulted from the 1969 merger of The Mary A. Burnham School of Northampton, founded in 1877, and the Stoneleigh-Prospect Hill School of Greenfield, founded in 1869. Stoneleigh-Burnham School is a learning community for girls in grades 7-12 that honors young women's voice and intellect, while allowing them to develop their passion for learning as a lifelong endeavor. SBS has nationally recognized programs in science, debate, the arts, and riding with an extensive college prep curriculum for students with a wide range of learning backgrounds and includes Honors and Advanced Placement courses in all departments......

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School Overview:

County Franklin County, MA
Program Name Bonnie Castle Riding Camp
Program Type Riding camp, dance camp, debate and public speaking camp, and softball camp
Number of Students 48 students
Student Body Type All-girls
Ages Accepted Age 9 - Age 16
First Session Start Date July 3
First Session End Date July 16
Second Session Start Date July 17
Second Session End Date July 30
First Program Weeks 2 weeks
Program Director Mina Cooper
Campus Area 100 acres
Founding Year 1982
Application Date 6/15/2021
Summer School Type Residential

Stoneleigh-Burnham School Softball Camp:

Program Type Riding camp, dance camp, debate and public speaking camp, and softball camp
Number of Students 50 students
Student Body Type All-girls
Ages Accepted Age 12 - Age 15
First Session Start Date July
First Session End Date August
First Program Weeks 1 weeks
Application Date 7/15/2021

Stoneleigh-Burnham School Summer Dance Camp:

Program Type Riding camp, dance camp, debate and public speaking camp, and softball camp
Number of Students 20 students
Student Body Type All-girls
Ages Accepted Age 11 - Age 16
First Session Start Date July
First Session End Date July
Second Session Start Date July
Second Session End Date July
First Program Weeks 1 weeks
Application Date 6/1/2021

Stoneleigh-Burnham School: Camp $tart-Up:

Program Type Riding camp, dance camp, debate and public speaking camp, and softball camp
Student Body Type All-girls
Ages Accepted Age 13 - Age 18
First Program Weeks 1 weeks
Application Date 6/1/2021

Stoneleigh-Burnham School: Summer Debate and Public Speaking Camp:

Program Type Riding camp, dance camp, debate and public speaking camp, and softball camp
Number of Students 40 students
Student Body Type All-girls
Ages Accepted Age 12 - Age 17
First Session Start Date July
First Session End Date July
First Program Weeks 1 weeks
Application Date 8/1/2021

School Notes:

  • Stoneleigh-Burnham School resulted from the 1969 merger of The Mary A. Burnham School of Northampton, founded in 1877, and the Stoneleigh-Prospect Hill School of Greenfield, founded in 1869. Stoneleigh-Burnham School is a learning community for girls in grades 7-12 that honors young women's voice and intellect, while allowing them to develop their passion for learning as a lifelong endeavor. SBS has nationally recognized programs in science, debate, the arts, and riding with an extensive college prep curriculum for students with a wide range of learning backgrounds and includes Honors and Advanced Placement courses in all departments.
  • Our summer offerings emphasize the development of confidence, the acquisition of skills, and the discovery of new talents and abilities. They adhere to the same high standards set at Stoneleigh-Burnham during the academic year. Students live in the dormitories with supervision from resident faculty and dorm parents.
  • Bonnie Castle Riding Camp, established in 1982, is named after Stoneleigh-Burnham School's most famous and beloved horse, Bonnie Castle, Grand Hunter Champion in 1978 at the Grand National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
  • Bonnie Castle campers ride in lessons twice each day and have a semi-private lesson each week with one of the Camp's experienced and dedicated instructors. The Camp's goal is to help girls develop and improve their riding skills through instruction, practice and competition appropriate for the beginning rider as well as for the more experienced young horsewoman.
  • In addition to the intensive riding program, electives offered may include, equine, art, dance, drama, and sports. Academic Tutoring is available in English and Math. A creative and cooperative atmosphere is stressed in every aspect of camp life. All activities, including field trips, are carefully and closely supervised by the Camp's superb counselors.

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