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2022 KEEPERS dates:  July 11-15 or July 18-22

(This is a one-week camp so you can only register for one of the above weeks)


We’ve revamped KEEPERS camp from STEM to STEAM!! Our expanded curriculum will include more general science, technology, engineering, math and lots of ART. Our teachers are planning an amazing array of fun activities to spur your child’s interest and excitement for STEM by channeling their creativity into learning about the many aspects of their world - Weather, Water, Environment, Motion, and Invention!

Here’s a taste of activities they’ll enjoy:  percolate soil samples on Environment Day, create a barometer on Weather Day, build a roller coaster on Motion Day, water usage sponge game on Water Day, invent a new game that gets you up and moving on Invention Day, and so many more!! The morning will be a power-packed time of activities, stories, design challenges, and of course, time for making new friends!

If you'd like to receive a notification of 2022 camp registration, please email Sandy Coit (

We will be following UNH's Covid-19 protocols so please view them here: 

Check the Summer Youth Programs website for more UNH camp information.

Our AMAZING staff...​

Carmelina Cestrone

Carmelina is joining KEEPERS for her third summer and will be lead teacher in the Grade 3 classroom! Her ability to excite the kids about STEM with fun, hands-on activities always makes it a great experience for our KEEPERS campers.
She has extensive experience as a science/STEAM teacher at the Barnard School in South Hampton during the academic year.

Carmelina with campers

Kiley Remiszewski

This will be Kiley's fourth summer working with KEEPERS camp. With her natural ability and enthusiasm for teaching young kids, Kiley will be a lead teacher in our 2nd grade classroom.

During the academic year, Kiley teaches science at Concord Academy.

Kiley with kids

Sherri Nelson

Sherri joined our staff to teach KEEPERS in 2019, and it was an awesome camp experience for our 4-5th graders. Her enthusiasm and creativity with all things STEM was infectious! She has extensive teaching experience at the Deerfield Community School where she has taught 3rd-4th graders for almost 30 years. Sherri will be the lead teacher for our 4th graders this summer.

Sherri parachute drop

Please take note...

Online Registration Instructions: please review carefully before enrolling for the best outcome. Family Accounts are recommended for families enrolling multiple children in any UNH youth program.

If enrolling through an individual student account, the account must be created in the name of the child, not the parent/guardian. More information for creating and/or enrolling in either a student or family account are at the online registration instructions link.

Although final COVID-19 protocols may change by summer 2022, UNH’s current mitigation strategies can be reviewed here: COVID-19 health measures. Information will be communicated to participants directly from the camp director closer to the start date. Feel free to contact Sandy Coit if you have questions or concerns.

The University of New Hampshire seeks to create a welcoming and inclusive youth program experience for all participants. Reasonable accommodation, consistent with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended, Section 504 and applicable state law, may be requested to support participation of individuals with disabilities in youth camps and other youth activities. If an accommodation is needed for any reason, please contact Cathy Leach, Summer Youth Programs, 603-862-3266 (phone); TTY Users: 7-1-1 (Relay NH); or Accommodation request determinations are made on a case by case basis. Accommodation requests should be made at the time of registration, or as soon as possible thereafter to allow sufficient time for consideration and implementation.