Agawan: 7th Grade

based on current grade
Daily Schedule

Agawans follow an elective schedule. Each girl’s program is unique and based on requests she submits in advance of camp. We encourage girls to tap into their interests while also expanding their horizons! Selective, the last period of the day, is a free period for girls in Upper Camp. They may sign up for an activity or relax in their cabins (spend time with friends, shower, read a book, etc.)

Evening Activities

Sign-Out Night is a new experience for girls in this age group. They love getting to choose from a variety of destinations including: movies, bowling, mini-golf or attending a New Hampshire Fisher Cats baseball game!

Off-Camp Program

Agawans go on two off-camp field trips (Trip Days) with the Kineo group. Example destinations include: Canobie Lake Park, Altitude Trampoline Park and Water Country. As part of the Wico Extreme Program, girls may sign up for Upper Camp overnights and hikes, as well as Wico’s annual adventure trip available for our oldest three age groups. Previous trips have included  rock climbing in the White Mountains and White Water Rafting on the Androscoggin River.

Community Leadership

All Agawans are Big Sisters to new Wico campers (little sisters). They act as ambassadors and help new campers feel welcome to Wico. Agawans also have the opportunity to help plan and organize our 4th of July Dance Party during the First Session and our Dance Marathon designed to support CHaD (the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth), in the Second Session.

  • Agawans follow Wico’s dress code (as opposed to the Lower camp uniform). Girls may wear their own non-designer athletic attire or Wico gear – they get to choose!
  • Agawan campers have the opportunity for new and exciting program both on and off-site.
Big Sisters

Agawan campers have the exciting leadership responsibility of acting as a camp Big Sister to a new Wico camper! Reach out to your little sister before camp to give her the inside scoop on Wico and help her prepare for camp!