Pine Crest School Security Head Named Campus Safety Director of the Year

Posted by Pine Crest School on June 19, 2019 at 10:32 AM

Pine Crest School Executive Director of Security and Support Services Joseph Markham has been named Campus Safety Director of the Year by Campus Safety magazine. Awardees were selected from a pool of national candidates representing pre-kindergarten through grade twelve schools, colleges and universities, and hospitals.

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Topics: News, 2019, Campus Safety, Pine Crest School

Pine Crest Summer: A Great Place for Middle School Aged Campers

Posted by Pine Crest School on April 30, 2019 at 2:45 PM

For more than 60 years, Pine Crest Summer has been a favorite among parents and campers alike.

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Topics: Student Life, Middle School, 2019, Robotics, Campus Safety, Pine Crest School, Computer Science, Music, Entrepreneurship, Science, STEM, Pine Crest Summer

Why Parents and Campers Choose Pine Crest Summer

Posted by Pine Crest School on April 3, 2019 at 4:38 PM


Pine Crest Summer has been the source of summer fun and amazing memories for over 60 years.

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Topics: Lower School, Fine Arts, Middle School, Robotics, Campus Safety, Pine Crest School, Computer Science, Music, Science, STEM, Digital Media Production, Pine Crest Summer

Summer Fun at Pine Crest’s Traditional Day Camp

Posted by Pine Crest School on April 3, 2019 at 3:41 PM

As one of South Florida’s longest running summer programs, Pine Crest Summer offers campers ages 4 to 14 a fun and safe environment to play and learn.

 

Pine Crest Summer offers over 50 camps across our campuses in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale - camps in the arts, sports, academics, and signature programs like traditional day camp.


One of our most loved programs, traditional day camp combines all of the elements of summer from swimming, playing games, and making crafts.


What parents love about traditional day camp is the opportunity to pair it with tennis lessons or Elevate, an academic camp geared towards our youngest campers in kindergarten through grade 5. Elevate serves as both a review and extension of grade-level skills based on the needs of the students. 

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Topics: Lower School, Middle School, Campus Safety, Pine Crest School, Pine Crest Summer