K&E Blog

A camper’s school project about why she loves our NH sleep away camp

Our campers are very passionate about our community, and this often leads to them create amazing projects for school about our sleep away camp in New Hampshire. Recently, Caroline, who will be returning to K&E for her 3rd summer in June, wrote this detailed report about why she loves being a part of the Evergreen […]

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Cookie making lessons from our Camp Friend and Super Baker Kristie Archer

One of the best things about Camp Friends is how they are so often willing to go the extra mile in helping out. Longtime Kenwood and Evergreen counselors Josh and Sean were interested in becoming serious bakers. Not having much experience in this department they reached out to Kristie Archer, our overnight camp’s expert at […]

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The Boston Area Camp Party is just 3 days away!

With all of our recent blog postings about Camp Friends we could not be more excited about Sunday’s upcoming Boston & Rhode Island Area party for New and Returning Junior Campers! We can’t wait to see and hang out with so many of our camp friends. The part will be from 2:00 – 4:00pm at Everwood […]

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Camp Friends Really Are Forever At Our Overnight Camp in NH

We talk a lot about Camp Friends. How they love you unconditionally, how they know you on such a deep, profound level, and how the friendships forged at our overnight camp in NH seem to last forever. This photo below would be a classic example of how powerful and long lasting Kenwood and Evergreen friendships […]

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An interesting approach for children who want to stop a bully

During the school year the most common questions we get from our Camp parents relate to their child’s social and emotional growth. As hard as it may try, school is just not as fun and exciting as 7 weeks at overnight camp, and navigating the ins and outs of social life during elementary, middle and […]

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Kenwood and Evergreen Recognized as Outstanding 21st Century Learning Community

Towards the close of business yesterday the Partnership for 21st Century Learning announced it had designated 16 early learning centers, K12 schools, districts and beyond school programs in the United States as 21st Century Learning Exemplars for 2017-2018. These learning institutions were recognized for their effort in “equipping students with the necessary skills and knowledge for success […]

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What Colleges Want In An Applicant, And How Overnight Camp Can Help!

There was a very interesting New York Times article last week that has been making the rounds amongst our leadership team. It’s titled “What Colleges Want In An Applicant (Everything)”. It details the many frustrations of parents and high achieving students as they try to navigate the college admissions process, especially considering how hard it […]

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