Class Trips

School Programs

As an educational facility of The Waldorf School of Garden City, we welcome grades 3-12 every year.  These week-long programs dovetail their Waldorf Education with Camp Glen Brook’s unique offerings. Click here for the 3rd-12th grade curriculum guide for the Garden City School Trips.

In addition, we curate school programs of varying lengths for other schools. Below are descriptions of some of the programs we offer. Contact us to explore a program for your class here at Camp Glen Brook.

Glen Brook is situated on 250 acres of mixed-use woods and fields with two streams and a spring-fed pond. This region of Southwest New Hampshire, the Monadnock region (named for the area’s highest and most visible peak), is an outdoorsman’s paradise, offering many hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, camping, and whitewater and flat water paddling.  Many groups stay at camp to canoe on our pond, learn archery, play tennis, do some handwork, cook and bake, build shelters in the woods.  Some older groups venture further afield for day trips or wilderness trips.  Following are a few programs that we currently offer:

Food and Special Diets

We employ a single chef to prepare all our meals during school visits and conferences — mostly from scratch and using, wherever possible, organic or locally-grown ingredients. Because of the complexity of this system, and because our chef works alone, we cannot always accommodate special diets such as sensitivities to gluten, dairy, nuts, and legumes. (When we serve meat, we always provide a vegetarian option.)

We can often avoid using certain ingredients for severe allergies. Nonetheless, in cases of severe allergies and sensitivities, we ask that you supply our chef with prepared foods — not mixes — that can be simply warmed up and served, along with special directions as needed. Please contact us with specific questions: office@glenbrook.org