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A day camp for rising first through sixth grade girls

Registration is now closed for summer 2024.

July 8 - 12, 2024
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Princeton Women's Cultural Center presents Camp Laurelwood, a fun-filled summer day camp for girls entering grades 1-6. We  have the specific aim of encouraging and developing the virtues necessary to become a positive influence with family, friends, and society. Through group activities and counselors talks, our program teaches the virtues of cheerfulness, generosity, personal responsibility, and diligence, promoting genuine femininity while helping each girl to become an authentic leader who serves others. We offer a unique five-day program of character building, arts and crafts, sporting events, games, and skits. The well-rounded, well-organized, fast-paced curriculum is run by a dedicated staff of professional women and students.


A day at camp

A typical camp day includes:


  • A talk on a virtue and a talk on a point from the Catechism

  • The Rosary and Angelus

  • Nature activities, such as scavenger hunts

  • Team-based games and sporting events

  • Arts and crafts

  • Time for frendship and mentoring

Our location

Camp Laurelwood takes place at Drexel Lodge Park in Newtown Square, which includes a pavilion, a playground, and plenty of outdoor space for girls to enjoy nature.


Camp values

  • Friendship: Being friends with and including everyone.

  • Teamwork: Having a spirit of service. Playing to win and learning to lose.

  • Character development: Living cheerfulness, sincerity, and order. Fulfilling our tasks with responsibility.

  • Femininity: Letting delicacy and beauty shine. Looking to Our Lady in all that we do.

Girls hear talks on topics such as...

  • Orderliness

  • Friendship

  • Generosity

  • Respect for others

  • Patience

  • Good Manners

  • Loyalty

  • Responsibility

  • Sincerity

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