Summer at the Mount

Experience Summer at the Mount!

Each year, the Mount offers grade school and middle school girls a variety of immersive, hands-on camp experiences. With camps in the arts, STEM, and athletics, there is something for everyone!

Schedules are designed to allow campers with varied interests to enroll in multiple camps and tailor their own unique experience.

Camps are open to girls in grades 5-9.

We're offering many exciting camp experiences for summer 2022! See camp descriptions and schedules below. Registration can be completed online below.

Please email with any questions.

We are offering many exciting camp experiences for 2022!


  • Camp Glee (June 24-24 and 27-30): Future stars, this camp is for you! Learn from experienced faculty in the arts as you become immersed in performing arts (singing, acting, choreography, and more!). This two-week camp ends with a performance for family and friends. Full- and half-day programs available.
  • Culinary Camp: Campers will learn cooking techniques, knife skills, and more from the Mount's Chef Allison. They will put these skills to use when they prepare recipes at the end of camp!
    Week 1: June 13-16, 9am-12pm
    Week 2: June 20-23, 9am-12pm


  • Camp Innovate I: STEM Activities & Intro to Robotics (June 20-23, 1-4pm) : Campers will be taken on a journey of STEM activities and introduced to the basics of robotics. Members of the Mount's Firebirds robotics team will work with campers to build a foundation of robotics knowledge.
  • Camp Innovate II: Intermediate Robotics (June 27-30, 1-4pm): This camp is ideal for campers with some basic knowledge/experience in robotics. Campers will learn from Mount faculty and students on the Firebirds robotics team as they learn more advanced aspects of robotics.
  • Summer Science Madness (June 13-16, 9am-12pm): Led by Mount science faculty, campers will explore chemistry, biology, forensics, physics, and environmental science through hands-on experience and experiments.


Mount coaches and student-athletes will lead camps in basketball, crew, field hockey, lacrosse, running, and volleyball. Campers will get a feel for what it's like playing sports at the high school level, and work on specific techniques and strategies.
Basketball: June 6-9, 6-9pm
Field Hockey: June 13-16, 5-8pm
Lacrosse: June 20-23, 6-9pm
Running: June 20-23, 9am-12pm
Volleyball camp 1: June 13-16, 6-9pm
Volleyball camp 2: June 20-23, 6-9pm
Soccer: June 27-30, 9am-12pm
Campers may sign up for a single or multiple weeks. All camps are 5-8pm and will be held at the Mount Boathouse in Conshohocken (

801 Washington Street, Conshohocken, PA 19428).
Week 1: July 11-14
Week 2: July 18-21
Week 3: July 25-28

Summer at the Mount Registration


Camper's Namerequired
First Name
Last Name
Must contain a date in M/D/YYYY format
*Crew camp dates are pending due to Henley Regatta participation and will be announced soon.
Guardian 1 Namerequired
First Name
Last Name
Camp Selectionsrequired
Guardian 2 Name
First Name
Last Name


By signing this form, I, as parent/guardian, permit Mount Saint Joseph Academy to use pictures of my child(ren) as a program participant in promotional literature, videos, MSJA website, and social media platforms. I understand my child(ren)’s name(s) will not be published. 

Mount Saint Joseph Academy (MSJA) is not permitted to administer medication to program participants. In the event of a medical emergency, MSJA will administer first aid in the best interest of the child. Parents will be contacted if care is administered. Emergency allergy medications may be administered if provided by, and directed in writing by, the child’s parent/guardian.

All campers will adhere to the current Covid-19 safety guidelines in place at the time of camp. 

I understand that my daughter's participation in this activity can expose her to dangers both from known and unanticipated risks.  Acknowledging that such risks exist, I hereby release and discharge Mount Saint Joseph Academy, its agents, and employees from any and all claims or liability for personal injury or property damage she may suffer while participating in the activity; including, but not limited to, any claim arising out of any condition of the premises at which the activity is held or the conduct of any person in connection with the preparation for, supervision of, or conduct of any activity, whether planned or unplanned.  I specifically agree to release and hereby release MSJA and the officers, agents, and employees for any negligence of the camp, or its officers, agents or employees. 

I hereby give permission to the medical personnel selected by the camp counselor, coach, etc. to provide routine health care to my child, such as band-aids, minor wound treatment, etc.   In the event of an emergency, if I cannot be reached, I hereby give permission to the physician selected by the camp to secure and administer treatment, including hospitalization, for the person named above. This completed release may be printed or shared for distribution.

Terms of Waiver

Payment Information

Please select a payment typerequired
Billing Addressrequired
Cardholder Namerequired