Parents often ask whether Rockbrook provides programs for certain aged children, whether it be really young ones, middle school aged kids, teenagers or girls of a certain year in school. It can be a little confusing so we thought a summary of our summer camp’s age categories and overall school year range would be helpful.
The overall age range for Rockbrook is established according to the grade each girl has finished in school. That means we can have girls as young as 5 years old (who have finished kindergarten) and as old as 17 (who have just finished 10th grade). In reality most of the campers fall between 6 and 16 years old.
This is a wide range, so Rockbrook long ago established three different age groups to help foster age-appropriate programs and events. There are three: the “Juniors” are girls who have completed K through 4th grade, the “Middlers” are campers done with 5th or 6th grade, and the “Seniors” have finished their 7th, 8th or 9th year in school. Finally, our 10th graders are in a special program making them “Hi-Ups.”
You can see that Rockbrook is a summer camp for all years, for girls of just about every age in school.