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Season 2020: Monday, June 29th - Friday, July, 31st

Please Visit Park's Virtual Summer Programs website

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Dear Creative Arts at Park Families,

We hope everyone is healthy and safe in these incredibly difficult times. All spring, we have been holding our breath at every speech from Charlie Baker and at each announcement from the CDC. After many meetings with leaders of arts programs and general camps across the state, it is with great sorrow that we write to let you know that Creative Arts At Park will not be able to offer an on-site program for this, our 39th summer. All fees already paid towards CAAP will be refunded, including the deposit.

We are eager to keep our CAAP community together, however, and are excited to share our plans for a virtual program which will run from July 6 – July 31. Each week, we will offer Morning Meeting (Mondays at 9 a.m.) and a Noon Time Show (Fridays at 12:30 p.m. with a recording available later) at no cost to our CAAP community. All campers and staff are invited to submit recordings and videos to our wonderful video department experts who will produce the weekly show. We will provide more information on this soon. Additionally, we are offering a series of virtual classes that require a registration, which will be available June 15th on Park's Virtual Summer Programs website. The site, which has been created as a collaborative effort with Summer at Park, will also host a calendar where you will be able to find the community events and asynchronous opportunities for engaging activities for your children.

Our amazing CAAP family will get through this difficult time even if we have to be away from camp this summer. Please call or write with any questions. We are here to support you this summer and look forward to connecting with you virtually soon!

Kippy and Bailey

Creative Arts at Park provides young people with an opportunity to explore the full range of visual and performing arts and sports. Under the guidance of professional artists, the students can discover talents and develop skills which will provide them with life long enjoyment. The performance orientation of the program emphasizes an integral approach to the arts and creates a spirit of cooperation To reach us please call our Executive Director, Kippy Dewey, at 617-274-6065 or our Administrative Coordinator, Bailey Mannix, at 617-274-6066. We can also be reached by email at caap@parkschool.org.


5 weeks in June and July, (June 29th - July 31st, 2020)


​The program is open to students ages 7 - 15


Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.​


Campers bring lunch or can buy lunch from Charlie’s Catering, our very own food truck.


The program operates a shuttle between the school and the Brookline Village MBTA Station at the start and end of the day. Otherwise, students/families provide their own transportation. Contract services are available through Local Motion.​


$3600 for the full five week program
$795 per week with a two week minimum

Camp Talk

​My daughter is just over the moon over CAAP. I think it is not only because the teachers and , activities are so great, and the other kids are very simpatico, but also because she has a real sense of autonomy. We both wish there were more CAAP and less school.


​CAAP is a space for personal expression: it’s about trying new things, making mistakes, and growing up (but not too much!). It’s a place where you’re always a mentor and always an apprentice, and you know that others will be cheering you on. Creative Arts at Park is family.