Summer Camps


Summers at Trinity School

Happy Campers All Summer Long!

Trinity School offers week-long, full-day camps all summer for rising 1st–6th grade students. Participants will enjoy a variety of activities that will keep their bodies and their brains active. Each week features a field trip and swimming for some fun in the sun!

For questions, see the FAQs below, and if you still have questions, contact Joy Campbell at 919-402-8262 or contact her via email.

Camp Schedule
  • Monday–Friday
  • 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
  • Extended Care available 3:30–5:00 p.m.
  • Camps run weekly from June 10–July 22, 2024
  • There will be no camp on June 19 and the week of July 4.
Educational, Fun, and Creative
  • Fun and safe childcare

  • Field trips
  • Science Explorer Workshops
  • Swimming at Hillsborough Sportsplex
  • Art
  • Physical education
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Free play

Register Today

  • $345 per week
  • Use code "EarlyBird" by January 31 to receive 10% off.
  • Camps are for rising 1st through 6th grade students. (Rising kindergarten students who are currently enrolled in Trinity's TK are also eligible.)

Register here!

Enroll your child in Trinity School's Summer Camp for a fun-filled experience! Offering weekly camps all summer, with activities like field trips, art, music, and more.


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Latest Camp Updates

Camp Theme
Every summer is centered around a special theme. And each week of camp has special activities and outings.
New this year!
Mad Science Mondays

We'll kick off each week with a Science Explorer Workshop that includes hands-on, age-appropriate STEM activities with a fun take-home.
Swimming Fridays
To cap off the end of a great week, we'll take the bus over to Hillsborough Sportsplex for some fun splashing and swimming!

Summer 2024 Theme: “Limitless In God”

2024 Summer Camp Handbook


Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think according to the power that works in us.”

– Ephesians 3:20

Week One: June 10-14 “Impossible to Possible”
  • Field Trip: Museum of Life and Science
Week Two: June 17-21 “Unlimited Access”
  • Field trip: Duke Gardens
  • June 19: NO CAMP
Week Three: June 24-28 “Power Plays”
  • On-Site Field Trip: Ice Cream Truck
Week Four: July 8-12 “No Strings Attached"
  • Field Trip: Bowlero Durham
Week Five: July 15-19 “Beginning to End”
  • Field Trip: Movies in Brier Creek
Week Six: July 22-26 “All Things!”
  • Field Trip: Sky Zone or Angel Island Fun Park

Three young boys are seated on a bench eating ice cream from tubs


Frequently Asked Questions

Camp hours
  • Regular hours are from 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
  • Extended Care is from 3:30–5:00 p.m.
  • Drop-off starts at 8:30 a.m.
Who can register to attend a summer camp?
  • Camps are offered for children and youth in grades 1–6. Rising Kindergarten students who are currently enrolled in Trinity TK are also eligible.
  • Register your child based on his or her rising 2023–2024 grade.
Is there an Early Bird discount?
  • Yes, there is a 10% Early Bird discount. Just complete your registration during the Early Bird discount period (before January 31) and use the code "EarlyBird".
What forms of payment are accepted for summer camps?
  • Our online registration system, Veracross, accepts Visa, MasterCard, and checks.
  • Camp registrations are not confirmed until payment is made (for the first week that you registered, if you registered for multiple weeks).
What are the cancellation/refund/withdrawal policies?
  • When you register for camp, an administration fee is charged per camper.
  • If you decide to cancel your registration before June 1, Trinity School will reimburse monies paid in excess of the administration fee.
  • You must request this cancellation in writing before June 1.
  • After June 1, no refunds will be given and full payment is due.
  • Campers who withdraw less than two weeks prior to camp will receive a 50% refund.
  • There will be no refunds after the camp starts except for serious injury or illness.
  • Trinity School reserves the right to cancel any camp based on enrollment or other circumstances.
  • Trinity School reserves the right to change or modify camp activities due to weather or other circumstances.
My camper is sick, what should I do?
  • For the safety and wellness of all campers, please notify the Trinity School Summer Camp office (via email at or by phone at 919-402-8262) if your child is ill and will be absent from camp.
  • This information will be passed on to the appropriate teacher or director.
What are Trinity’s expectations for campers?
  • Trinity School expects campers to demonstrate respect toward all camp staff members and fellow campers at all times while attending Trinity School camps.
  • Campers are expected to act responsibly, be kind to others, keep all facilities clean, and follow simple directions.
  • Students dismissed for behavioral reasons will not receive a refund.
Are cell phones, electronic games, or electronic devices allowed on campus?
  • Unless the device is utilized in a camp class, we ask that if your camper brings a cell phone or electronic device of any kind to Trinity summer camps it remain in a book bag, backpack, or tote so that it is not accessible during the day.
What should my student bring to camp? Where do I drop off/pick up my camper?
  • All families will receive an email approximately two weeks before the start date of camp with specific camp details regarding location, drop-off and pickup, and what to bring for camp.
How do I reach camp staff members during the day?
  • Summer camp staff can be reached by email at or by phone at 919-402-8262.


Camper Permission and Waiver Form

Trinity's Camper Permission and Waiver Form must be completed for all campers before their first day of camp.

Complete the form