This fun, revived and revitalized activity is something to sing about! Read Program Director Taylor Fellows’s blog post about it and think about taking singing this summer!
A Department Series blog post by Program Director Taylor Fellows that takes a look at our adventurous and challenging Wild World and Ropes Course Activity.
Camp is a different environment than school, with close quarters and an all-encompassing life. Camper chores help it run smoothly, while building resilience in campers.
If you know Liza Stace you know how thrilled we are to have her come back as Head of Rifle. This year she’ll just be Head — no tent row or camper duties. And that’s a good thing. Read on to learn why.
It’s time to focus, aim, shoot for your target goals — a post in our Department Series all about how we do Rifle at Camp Alleghany.
Campers of all ages can take Dance at Camp Alleghany where they learn routines, performance skills, costuming and make-up, and also about dance techniques.
A new blog series about the different activities offered at camp and the different Departments. Each post offers detail to help campers and parents better understand our activities.
In the frenzy to put kids in multiple summer activities, the meaningfulness of a quiet, engaging summer is lost. Trying sending your camper for 3 weeks instead.
Mini Campers had fun playing Quidditch in Sports Class on the last day. See our photo essay on how the beloved Harry Potter game came alive at Alleghany!
From Gold Rush to Encore and more here’s a round up of some favorite Blue-Gray competition games and the tale of just how fierce they are!