For girls entering 6th - 9th grade
July 16-22

By promoting assertive self-expression, teaching important life skills, and allowing the practice of leadership in a variety of settings, this unique and transformational pre-high school summer program inspires girls to reach their full potential.
Nationally-recognized advisors have helped to shape a unique summer leadership program that combines tackling serious topics with hands-on workshops, field trips, and outdoor activities. With a strong emphasis on setting goals to achieve as members of the community, school, and home, this camp will provide the tools necessary to empower young women to have a successful and rewarding year!

Location: Kimball Union Academy campus
Cost: $1275, includes program fees, room and board 
(This is a boarding program with a full day and evening schedule)

·Maintaining a Healthy Self-Image
·Being a Positive Digital Citizen
·Resolving Conflict
·Communicating Effectively
·Building Teams and Healthy Relationships
·Leading Self, and Leading Others
·Defining Personal Values and Making Tough Choices
·Identifying Negative and Positive Peer Pressures
·Setting Achievable and Challenging Goals
·Morning Wellness (yoga, hiking, walking,swimming)
·Team Competitions
·Wood working
·Overnight Camping Trip
·Time for reflection and journaling in a GLC Leader Log
·Dance parties and costume fun!
·Community Service

Check out the link to pictures from last summer, and for an application on the right.

For more information, contact Brooklyn Raney via email or phone 603-469-2115 


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