Our facility is right in the middle of the greatest city in the world, and we take full advantage of the many attractions available to entice, engage, and expand the horizons of naturally curious children. From the top of Manhattan’s Empire State Building to the depths of Coney Island’s Aquarium, from the Bronx Zoo to the Queens Hall of Science, our groups will participate in age-appropriate trips and activities guided by experienced Caedmon teachers and other talented specialists.
The Caedmon School Discovery Camp is staffed primarily by Caedmon School teachers who are highly skilled, enthusiastic, and committed to making our Camp outstanding in every way. Activity Specialists are professionals and experts in their fields. Every member of the Caedmon community is dedicated to making the Camp an unforgettable experience for all! (Would you like to join our staff? Click here to apply!)
Meet Our Camp Director:
Brad Slepian has been proudly working at The Caedmon School since May, 2010. He has been an Associate and Head Teacher in Lower Level and Middle Level during his time at Caedmon. Brad has been a part of Discovery Camp since 2011, enjoying the roles of Head Teacher, Assistant Director, and now Camp Director! He has over ten years of experience as a camp counselor and group leader at day camps on Long Island and he was a camper at day camps, sports camps, and travel camps for his entire childhood. Be sure to look out for Brad in the dunk tank on Carnival Day!
Meet Our Assistant Director
Adam Schlessinger has been a part of the Caedmon community since December 2010. He enjoys working with children of all ages in a variety of ways, from teaching in Lower Level to guitar instruction after school. Adam is also an Assistant Director at Discovery Camp as well as the music and theatre instructor. One of his many annual camp highlights is organizing the end-of-summer Camp Sing.
The Camp does not discriminate against students because of gender, race, religion, color, disability, nationality, ethnic, origin, or sexual orientation in any of the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the children at the camp. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, color, disability, nationality, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies and other camp administered programs.