Savannah’s beautiful marshes and islands serve as the setting for Savannah Country Day School’s Coastal Ecology Camp this summer. Each weeklong session takes students into the fascinating world of our fragile ecosystem. Led by Bill Eswine, Savannah Country Day’s science coordinator for the Lower School and Director of the Coastal Ecology Program, the General Session includes marsh studies at the Marine Institute, a beach erosion study at Cockspur Island and Tybee Island, a trip to Sapelo Island in nearby McIntosh County, and visits to many other coastal sites. Savannah Country Day’s Coastal Ecology Camp has been held annually since 1982 and is open to all students. The general session is available for students in rising kindergarten through rising seventh grade (seventh graders will still be campers, but will also be treated as Junior Counselors). The general one-week camp sessions are $350.00 per student. Space is limited and online registrations will fill quickly. (Tentative schedule: Mon, Tues, Wed: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM. Thur: 6:30 AM - 4:30 PM. Fri: 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM). Additional information about daily schedule and what to bring/wear will be provided.