Howe combines academic work with a range of outdoor recreational activities and leadership training. Campers at all grade levels receive review instruction in science, mathematics, and English, while boys entering grades 9 and 10 take English or math courses for high school credit. In addition to traditional camping activities, boys may take part in less common pursuits, such as scuba, sailing, horsemanship and a ropes course, and instructors place emphasis on a different sport each week. Military training, designed to develop orderliness, self-discipline and social skills, is part of the daily program.
|Name||Howe Military Academy Summer Camp|
|Program Focuses & Features||Aquatics, Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Canoeing, Crafts, Golf, Hiking, Military Training, Riding, Ropes Course, Sailing, Scuba Diving, Swimming, Tennis, Theater, Volleyball|
|Grade Range (rising grades)||4-10|
|Age Range||Residential — Boys Ages 9-15|
|Director||George Douglass, Superintendent|
|Residential Fee||$2200-3500 (+$50), 3-6 weeks.|
|Dates & Sessions||June-July; 3 sessions, 3-6 weeks long|