Welcome to Camp Rivermont!

Our summer programming for 2024 encompasses all age and grade levels, organized into three distinct categories: Camp Rivermont – Early Childhood (ages 2-4), Camp Rivermont (grades K-5), and Camp Rivermont – Summer Academies (grades 6-12).

Camp Rivermont – Early Childhood (Ages 2, 3, & 4)

Imagine a delightful summer camp designed exclusively for children aged 2 to 4, aiming to provide a holistic experience that nurtures their overall development. Camp Rivermont – Early Childhood offers a well-rounded program encompassing indoor and outdoor activities and cognitive development, all wrapped in a different weekly theme: Week 1-Jurassic Adventure, Week 2-Camping, Week 3-Outer Space, Week 4-Red, White, and Blue, Week 5-Cooking, Week 6-Superheroes, Week 7-Open Seas, and Week 8-Back to Basics.

Camp Rivermont (Grades K-5)

Welcome to Camp Rivermont, a vibrant and inclusive summer camp designed for kindergarten through 5th grade children. Our camp is dedicated to providing a holistic experience that nurtures the whole child through a blend of indoor and outdoor activities, cognitive development programs, and a fun-filled environment. Activities will be designed around different weekly themes: Week 1-Jurassic Adventure, Week 2-Mythical & Magical, Week 3-Outer Space, Week 4-Red, White, and Blue, Week 5-World Cup, Week 6-Superheroes, Week 7-Open Seas, and Week 8-Imp/Tiger Olympics.

Embracing tradition, we kick off each day with a grand opening ceremony that sets the stage for exploration and camaraderie. The closing ceremony is a memorable event where achievements are celebrated and lasting memories are made.

Rivermont Summer Academies (Grades 6-12)

Rivermont Summer Academies will appeal to older students. Our summer academies offer specialized programs that align with middle and high school students’ diverse interests and developmental stages. Rivermont Summer Academies are structured so students taking more than one week of a session will continually expand and build upon their knowledge regardless of the weeks they select. So, each week is not a repeat of the previous. The range of activities, from sports training to intellectual challenges in chess, science experiments, tabletop gaming, and music performance, caters to a broad spectrum of interests. Our summer academies also allow older students to further develop and hone their skills in specific areas of interest, such as advanced chess strategies, TTRPG mastery, or musical proficiency. Including an ACT/SAT Prep Academy addresses the practical needs of high school students preparing for college admission exams, contributing to their academic success. Overall, the diverse and skill-focused nature of the programs creates an engaging and enriching summer experience tailored to the interests and aspirations of older students. Learn more about Rivermont Summer Academies.

Dates: June 10 – August 2 (No camp July 4th or 5th)
Register by the week or for the entire summer!

Week 1: June 10-14
Week 2: June 17-21
Week 3: June 24-28
Week 4: July 1-3 (4 & 5 holiday)
Week 5: July 8-12
Week 6: July 15-19
Week 7: July 22-26
Week 8: July 29-August 2

About Camp Rivermont

Camps run weekly from June 10 – August 2, 2024 (No camp July 4th & 5th)

Register by the week or for the entire summer!

Early Childhood Camps and Grades K-5 Camps

  • AM Sessions (8:30 to 11:30 a.m.): $100 per week
  • PM Sessions (12:30 to 3:30 p.m.): $100 per week
  • Lunch (11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) – no charge for supervision. Campers must bring their lunch and a drink.
  • Snacks and water provided

Camp Rivermont – Summer Academies (Middle and Upper School)

  • Camps range from $50 to $100 per week (times vary)


Convenient Online Registration

Register your camper for the age or grade level they will be this fall.

Make sure to submit all the required forms via links in your confirmation email, before starting Camp Rivermont.

  • Asthma Action Plan
  • Epi Pen Self-Administration Form
  • Food Allergy Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan
  • OTC Medication Form

Confirmation Policy

Camp Rivermont registration and payment is completed online. Once payment is collected, you will receive a confirmation email listing the camps and the dates and times your student attends. If a session is full, you can be added to a waitlist without charge. NOTE: Some sessions may require students to bring supplies in addition to what the school provides. These additional supplies are listed in the camp description. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to get in touch with the Summer Camp Director.

Cancellation Policy

  • Camp Rivermont classes are refundable up to two weeks before the start date or if the class is canceled.
  • Please contact the school as soon as possible with your changes. Call 563-359-1366.

Health Guidelines

  • Any student who is ill should not come to camp.
  • Campers with a temperature of 100.4° or higher should stay home.
  • Campers will be sent home if they develop a temperature of 100.4° or higher while at camp.
  • Students may not return until they are fever-free without the use of fever-reducing medications for 24 hours.
  • Tuition will not be refunded due to illness.
  • Regular hand washing and sanitizing will be observed.

Drop-Off & Pick-Up

The Rivermont Collegiate campus is one way. Families should enter from Sunset Drive and, depending on their destination, continue right around the circle or turn left to go to the lower lot and exit campus.

Parents may park in designated parking areas and walk in with their camper(s). Do not park in the circle drive, the hill leading to the lower lot, or any other area not designated for parking.

Please, do not arrive before the scheduled drop-off time.

Camp Rivermont – Early Childhood (2-, 3-, & 4-year-olds)

Pull up to the curb outside the fenced area in the lower lot behind Becherer Hall. Camp staff will be available to assist parents and campers.


  • AM Session: 8:15 – 8:30 a.m.
  • PM Session: 12:15 & 12:30 p.m.


  • AM Session: 11:30 a.m.
  • PM Session: 3:30 p.m.

Camp Rivermont – (Grades K-5)

Enter the circle drive to drop off and pick up your camper(s) in front of Becherer Hall (Bldg. 3). Continue to the lower lot to exit the campus. Summer camp staff will be available to assist campers and parents.


  • AM Session: 8:15 – 8:30 a.m.
  • PM Session: 12:15-12:30 p.m.


  • AM Session: 11:30 a.m.
  • PM Session: 3:30 p.m.

Camp Rivermont – Summer Academies (Grades 6-12)


  • Due to the various start and end times, Rivermont Summer Academies campers should arrive between 10 and 15 minutes before their scheduled start time.
  • Enter the circle drive to drop off and pick up in front of Becherer Hall (Bldg. 3) and then continue to the lower lot to exit the campus.
  • All Summer Academies Campers must check in at the front desk in Becherer Hall.
  • Families should arrive at the scheduled end time to pick up their campers in the circle drive.