The Piedmont School will be offering several summer enrichment camps and programs for students. Below you will find the available summer information. Please be sure to note the age ranges for each program, as they vary by camp. 

Registration information for each camp is included in the sections below. Once registration is received, an electronic invoice will be sent for community registrants and invoices will be put into FACTS for TPS families. 

If you have any questions, please contact Kori Mackall (336) 883-0992.

Click below for summer options:

The Piedmont School 2019 Summer Enrichment Program

“The Piedmont School summer experience will be challenging, exciting, rewarding, and one that you will never forget! There is nothing else like it in the Triad so sign up early, buckle your chin strap, and prepare yourself for a wonderful ride.” 

– Tim Montgomery, Head of School 

Basic Information

The Piedmont School offers a 5-week summer program that has a combination of academic 


and interactive enrichment activities for rising Kindergarten through rising 6th graders. Taught by an experienced and credentialed staff, our program is open to students needing academic remediation or students looking to excel their current skill level. 

The Piedmont School Summer Enrichment Program offers a half day option that includes small group (1:6 ratio) enhancement activities in reading, writing, and math in the morning while the afternoon is spent in enrichment activities that include Drama/Art, PE-related activities, and a STEM-focused enrichment week.

Academic Sessions: 

The Piedmont School Summer Enrichment Program offers morning sessions from 8:00am-11:00am. During this time we offer blocks of reading, writing/language arts, and math in a small group instruction environment (1:6 teacher to student ratio). 

During the academic sessions of the program, initial assessments will be completed to give a benchmark of each student's independent skill level in each subject area. The goal of our academic program is to maintain student progress that they have maintained during their school year and many of our students also see academic gains in the summer. Our goal is to keep each student from regressing over the summer break. 


* The 2019 Summer Enrichment program is a Half day program that runs from 8:00am (drop off as early as 7:30am) until 11:00am. 

* We are not offering the full day 8:00am-3:00pm program for 2019. 

Drop in options are available. Please contact the school directly for pricing information. 

* Summer students need to bring a snack and a water bottle. 



The Piedmont School's Summer Enrichment program is Monday-Friday, from 8:00 am-11: 00 am daily and is offered 5 weeks this summer. Registration can be for all 5 weeks or for drop-in weeks. 

June 17th-21st
June 24th-28th
July 8th-12th
July 15th-19th
July 22nd-26th 

*drop off as early as 7:30 am  


Registration begins February 6th and ends May 15th. A non-refundable deposit is required to secure your spot with the remainder of balance due by June 1st.

Non-refundable deposits:

TPS Families: $250  (*billed via FACTS) 

Community Registrants: $500 (billed electronically via email) 

* deposits will deduct from the total amount billed

Academic program (All 5 weeks):

  • TPS Family Rate (NEW for 2019- discounted rate applies only through April 15th!): $750
  • Community Rate: $1500

Drop in weekly rate:

  • TPS Family Rate: $175/Week  (*if registered by April 15th)
  • Community Rate: $325/Week 

Current TPS families will be billed via FACTS/ParentsWeb (*please note your spot is not confirmed until the deposit has been paid)

Community families will have an electronic invoice for the deposit emailed to them once the registration form is received.  


You can register online by completing the online registration form here

For community registrations, please allow 2-5 business days to receive your deposit invoice. TPS families will be billed via FACTS. 


For registration questions, please contact Kori Mackall, Director of Communications 

For program questions, please contact Deneane Davis, Lower School Head 

For billing questions, please contact Pam Garner, Business Manager 



This summer, The Piedmont School will offer a five-week art program for rising

Kindergarten through sixth-graders. Each week, we will focus on a different medium

of art. Mediums will include watercolors, photography, pastels, recycled art, and

colored pencil/pencil sketching. Camp will run Monday through Friday from

11:30 am to 2:30 pm, therefore children are encouraged to bring a lunch from home.

Each Friday afternoon, there will be a mini gallery showing for the families of art

camp attendees, at which children will have the opportunity to give brief

presentations on the artwork they have created each week.


Week 1 (Watercolors): During the first week of camp, we will focus on

watercolors. We will review primary, secondary, and tertiary colors and will

learn about the different techniques and brush strokes that can be used

when creating watercolor paintings. Paints, brushes, and paper will be

provided but children are welcome to bring their own if they wish to do so.


Week 2 (Photography): During the second week of camp, we will focus on

photography. Children are encouraged to bring their own digital camera or

a camera phone/iPad. However, iPads will be provided for children who do

not bring their own device. We will learn about several photography types,

such as nature, portrait, still life, and more! We will also learn some

techniques and strategies for capturing great images and work with a few

basic editing platforms.


Week 3 (Pastels): During the third week of camp, we will focus on pastels.

We will review the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors again. Then, we will

learn about oil pastels, soft pastels and the techniques we can use to mix

and blend them to achieve beautiful artwork. Pastels, paper, and canvases

will be provided, but children are welcome to bring their own if they wish to

do so.


Week 4 (Recycled Art): During the fourth week of camp, we will be having

fun using recycled materials to create artwork such as sculptures, mosaics,

and more! Children are strongly encouraged to bring in materials such as

magazines, plastic bottles, bottle caps, cardboard boxes, paper towel rolls,

etc. However, a variety of materials will be provided.


Week 5 (Colored Pencil/Pencil Sketching): During the final week of camp,

we will focus on using colored pencils and pencils to create detailed

drawings. We will learn about color blending, different shading techniques,

and more. Colored pencils, pencils, and paper will be provided, but

children are welcome to bring their own if they wish to do so.



Camp Dates and Times:

Week 1 (Watercolors): June 17th-21st 11:30am-2:30pm

Week 2 (Photography): June 24th-28th 11:30am-2:30pm

Week 3 (Pastels): July 8th-12th 11:30am-2:30pm

Week 4 (Recycled Art): July 15th-19th 11:30am-2:30pm

Week 5 (Colored Pencil/Pencil) July 22nd-26th 11:30am-2:30pm


Camp Price:

$125-per week.



To register, please complete the online registration form here

Once registration has been received, electronic invoices will be generated and emailed for community families and invoices will be available in FACTS for TPS families. If you are registering for our Enrichment Program as well, registration fees for both camps will be included on the same invoice. 


For Questions:

Please contact Britney Baxley or Kori Mackall with registration inquiries or questions.

Britney Baxley:

Kori Mackall:


The Piedmont School will offer a 5-week summer sports program that will include 4 of the 5 sports that our ISL and CAASC student-athletes participate in during the school year. These include soccer, flag football, volleyball, and basketball. The camp will be offered for rising 5th graders through rising 12th graders. Each day of the week the camp will focus on one of the 4 major sports with Friday being a tournament day with special camp awards given out for sportsmanship, teamwork, attitude, and effort. Soccer and football will be held on The Piedmont School campus while volleyball and basketball will be held in the Community Bible Church gym off of Johnson Street in High Point. If you have questions, please contact Coach M. 


Camp Dates and Times:

June 17th-June 21st  8:30am-11: 30 am

June 24th- June 28th  8:30am-11: 30 am

July 8th- July 12th  8:30am-11: 30 am 

July 15th- July 19th 8:30 am- 11:30 am 

July 22nd- July 26th 8:30 am-11:30 am 


Required Equipment: 

Shin guards (soccer)

Mouth guards (football)

Knee pads (volleyball)

Sneakers/Shorts/T-Shirts/Socks *all days 



TPS 815 Old Mill Road, High Point, NC 27265

CBC 4125 Johnson St, High Point, NC 27265



$100 per week 


To Register: 

To register for TPS Sports Camp please fill out the registration form here 

Once registration has been received TPS families will be invoiced via FACTS. 

This summer, The Piedmont School's high school program, John Yowell Academy, is excited to offer a one-week enrichment session to help students prepare for the ACT exam. Students will learn important testing/studying strategies, as well as work from ACT release tests, complete practice exercises, and be introduced to a number of test prep resources. Short and long term goals regarding scores and their connection to post-secondary life will set, discussed, and strategized.

Camp Dates & Times: 

Monday, June 3rd- Friday, June 7th from 8:30am- 11:30am 



(TPS/JYA parents will be billed via FACTS; Community registrants will be electronically invoiced)

Other Information: 

  • ACT Enrichment Camp will be facilitated by Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, JYA Chair/JYA English Teacher. If you have ACT Enrichment Camp questions, please contact her at 
  • Students may bring a snack and drink 



To register for ACT Prep Enrichment Camp, please complete the registration form here

Please note that registration will not be considered complete until payment has been received. You will receive a confirmation email once registration is officially completed. 

This summer, JYA is excited to offer a one-week enrichment session to help uprising freshman transition smoothly into the JYA environment. Students will spend the week learning how JYA functions, setting goals, learning strategies for optimizing their time in JYA, and being introduced to the assistive technology that JYA offers. Students will also be introduced to ACT prep, the Growth Mindset, and understanding how to expand their Executive Function skills. They will complete team building activities and learn other important skills that they will utilize as a JYA student.

Camp Dates & Times:

Monday, June 3rd - Friday, June 7th 






Other Information: 


  • Students may bring a snack and a drink 



To register for the Freshman Academy, please complete the registration form here 

Once registration is received, you will receive an invoice via FACTS/ParentsWeb. Registration will be considered complete once the invoice is paid. Once registration is officially complete, you will receive a confirmation email. 

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