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Aubergines, etc.


609-497-0121


Summer Cooking Camp and after-school classes with Aubergines, etc. in Princeton!  5 weeks of camp, starting June 27 2011, 10 am – 2.30 pm. Visit www.auberginesetc.com for further details.  Kids’ classes Mon-Thurs, 2 ¼ hours, 5th grade and up.  New this year: one class en français!  Learn basic skills and kitchen safety, and build a culinary repertoire with confidence at an enjoyable pace. Led by an experienced European instructor, your kids learn many classic dishes and techniques, use seasonal ingredients (some fresh from the garden!) while mastering the use of kitchen tools. Also available: tailor-made adult classes, private classes, team-building events, personal chef services, food and wine writing.

French American School of Princeton


609-430-3001


The French American School & International Middle School is an independent school offering a bilingual education from Preschool (3yrs old) through 8th grade. Students, families, staff and teachers at FASP come from around the world, and is one of the most nationally, culturally, and linguistically diverse if not the most diverse school in the Princeton area. Learning in a bilingual environment is a valuable asset in a society where communication is essential. Being exposed to many cultures and learning to respect them is a formative experience for children in a world where cultures are more than ever in contact. Learn why bilingual education will set your child on the right path to thrive in tomorrow’s world.

LakeView Day Camp


732-821-8933


LakeView is an amazing 20 acre oasis on Farrington Lake situated in the quaint community of East Brunswick, NJ. With a strong history and many wonderful traditions, LakeView is an amazing place your children will love to call home. A co-ed day camp that offers a very wide variety of activities including arts, sports, swimming, and adventure based classes. Be as creative as you can in cooking, ceramics and woodshop or play to your hearts content in hockey, soccer, tennis, basketball, or even gaga. Test your skills in mountain biking, ropes course, or kayaking on the lake. Then never stop learning with pioneering, archery, and Mad Science. With a total camper to staff ratio of almost 3 to 1, well trained specialists, seasoned adult leadership team, and international staff  to share their cultures and experiences, your children could not be in better hands.

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Lavner Camps!



We are excited to offer Culinary Arts Camp at Stuart Country Day School this summer! At Culinary, Camp, our campers have a blast learning how to cook (AM session) and bake (PM Session). Our mission is to provide a completely hands-on learning experience in a safe and child-friendly environment. Lavner culinary instructors are excellent cooks and bakers, and have experience with a diverse background of culinary dishes. Campers work with homemade recipes, fresh ingredients, and learn about healthy eating, kitchen and food safety, and how to work well with others! Our instructors are patient and encourage all campers to actively partake in the cooking and baking lessons. Cuisine and desserts are made from scratch so that campers experience many aspects of the culinary process. A BAKE OFF competition takes place every Friday with guest judges and tons of excitement! Grades 1-6

Mercer County Community College, Camp College


609-570-3311


Camp College at Mercer County Community College offers two four-week traditional camps of academic, arts, sciences and recreational programs for children, ages 6-13; and one-week full and half-day culinary, computer, sciences, and recreational camps, and multiple week academic study for middle school and high school students in English, Math, Writing, and SAT Prep. For more information about our Camp College summer programs for children, ages 6-16, call 609-570-3311 or visit our website.

Feel free to meet the directors and ask your questions at one of the following Information Sessions from 12 to 2pm at the West Windsor Campus on Saturday, March 21 & Saturday, April 25

The Lewis School Of Princeton


609-924-8120

Open Houses: Sept 15, Oct 27, Nov 10

Founded in 1973, The Lewis School is among the earliest groups of educators in the country to innovate, develop and implement curriculum-wide multisensory education, science-based student assessments, and neuroscience-based teacher training within a structured and nurturing traditional school environment. The School’s philosophy is best described by its founder, Marsha Lewis, "At The Lewis School, learning problems are understood, not as disabilities, but as differences: the expression of remarkable and diverse capacities of human thinking and perceptions. The purpose of a Lewis School education is to prepare students, who may struggle with language-based learning issues related to dyslexia, attention deficit and auditory processing, to thrive academically, as they learn to restore the confidence and self-esteem they need to achieve their scholastic and personal best.” Also offering: Post Grad Levels, College Prep, Afternoon Tutoring.

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