Westtown Summer Camps
June 19 to August 4, 2023*
Westtown Summer Day Camps offers traditional action-based, indoor and outdoor camp activities grounded in a culture of respect for all individuals.
Programs are designed for children entering pre-K through 9th grade. Campers of all ages have the opportunity to develop new skills while gaining confidence in those they already have while – most importantly – making friends and having FUN! Our program is led by professional, certified, year-round Westtown employees to ensure a quality program consistent with Westtown’s mission of nurturing the growth of every child.
*Camp Closed July 3 & 4
Blown away by the staff! My children had fun, were seen, tried new things, played outside a lot, were nurtured and really well cared for. The Summer Camp experience made me love Westtown even more.
2019 Camp Parent
Meet our Auxiliary Leadership
Nicole (left) and Tejan (right)
Director of Auxiliary Programs
Tejan (rhymes with dijon) grew up in Queens, NY, but has spent the majority of his adult life in the Philadelphia area. He is a product of The Lawrenceville School, Haverford College, and recently graduated with his MBA from Villanova University. During the school year, Tejan can be found on the soccer field coaching our Boys Varsity Soccer Team. Along with soccer, Tejan enjoys traveling and fancy coffee.
Years at Camp: 1
Fun Fact: During this past summer camp season, Tejan made the best impulse buy of his life and adopted a beautiful boxer mix named Rue. She is so sweet!
Auxiliary Programs Manager
Nicole grew up right here at Westtown. Having the privilege to be a part of the Westtown community for 25 years, has fostered a love of the outdoors, especially canoeing! Nicole and her son, Momo, live on campus and enjoy spending a lot of time outside riding bikes. During the school year, Nicole runs the After School Programs in both Middle and Lower Schools and is a Dorm Parent in Balderston House and an Upper School Advisor.
Years at Camp: 8
Fun Fact: At any given time, you can find at least four different types of cheese in Nicole’s fridge.