Director Jud will be representing Stone Mountain Adventures (SMA) 2 Week Summer camp at the Scarsdale High School Summer Camp Fair.
Learn about a variety of summer activity programs at this fair hosted by the Scarsdale High School PTA. The Scarsdale High School PTA presents its annual Summer Activities Fair ... of exciting summer programs, including sports, teen travel, outdoor adventure, and more.
The Scarsdale Summer Camp Fair is always the 1st camp fair of the season and helps kick off the recruiting season for summer camps. SMA summer camp for teens has had many campers from the Scarsdale High School and Middle School that we met at this camp fair.
Camp Fair at Scarsdale H.S. is Wed Nov 28 in the cafeteria from 7:30-9:30, 1057 White Plains Road Scarsdale, NY 10583.
Scarsdale High School is ranked 46th within New York. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Scarsdale High School is 53 percent. The student body makeup is 50 percent male and 50 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 24 percent. Scarsdale High School is the only high school in the Scarsdale Union Free School District.
Scarsdale High School (SHS) is a public high school in Scarsdale, New York, a coterminous town and village inWestchester County, New York. It is a part of the Scarsdale Union Free School District.
The school was founded in 1917. In its very first selection process, the United States Department of Education named Scarsdale High School as "one of the 144 exemplary schools to which others may look for patterns of success."According to a study done for U.S. News & World Report, Scarsdale High School is in the nation's top 100 for math and science.
From the graduating class of 2009, 98% continued their education with college programs, and 96% entered 130 different four-year national and international colleges and universities. 15 students in the class of 2010 (4%) were named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists, and 66 (18%) students received National Merit Letters of commendation. Between 2007 and 2009, Scarsdale High School made a transition from Advanced Placement (AP) to Advanced Topics (AT) courses.
A message from Camp Director Jud Millar-
In 1983, my parents Pam and Biff Houldin started Stone Mountain Adventures (SMA) by opening our family farm to a small group of teens and counselors. Since then SMA has morphed into a magical summer camp, a home away from home for so many people across the globe. My wife Anne & I with our young children now own and operate SMA while Pam and Biff live just across the road and are still involved in the day to day activities of camp.
Over the years we have kept our promise of staying a small, family-oriented 2 week teen summer camp. We believe that our camp’s small size directly affects the quality of our programming as camp quickly becomes a close knit community that creates strong, positive intrapersonal relationships. Campers are challenged on activities every day which builds confidence. The combination of mutual respect among campers and staff and the increased self-confidence through physical endeavors helps teens to begin to discover who they really are and how they fit into this world. Being a young teen can be a challenging time and SMA is a fun, safe place for teens to grow emotionally and physically.
Year after year, our greatest concern is the safety of our campers and staff. Constant attention is given to the physical and emotional health of all involved. Precautions are taken and safety is paramount (seatbelts, helmets, lifejackets, etc. are non-negotiable). Camp is noisy, full of laughs and a fantastically fun, healthy atmosphere for all during the summer. With a summer family of 20 staff and 60 campers, most people think we are crazy, but we have a large family of our own, so the summer is just a little noisier.
We genuinely enjoy the opportunity to provide a healthy and fun atmosphere in which teenagers and staff can develop greater confidence and set and achieve personal goals at our 2 week teen summer camp. We invite you to join our summer family.
– Jud Millar