Committed, Thoughtful Leaders

Learning Leadership by living Leadership

 

We practice leadership at the farm. It looks like learning to care for our community spaces together. It looks like square dancing in the barn and growing closer through shared experiences. It looks like eating together as one big family for every meal, sharing stories from our days and a laugh over spilled milk. It looks like learning to give and receive open and honest feedback in more effective ways. They say that the best way to learn a language is to live immersed in a native culture. We're a culture of leaders. We hope you'll come learn with us, and teach us about what's inside of you.

We learn the language of leadership by living immersed in a culture of leadership.

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A Leadership Camp On a Farm

The best place on the planet

Longacre has separate programs for teens and kids as young as 8. We work hard and play hard to build lifelong memories, incredible friendships, and tangible leadership skills. We focus on building community, developing a better sense of self, and promoting open communication. 

Learn more about our our summer camp offerings

 
 
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Community

Being a leader means striving to understand, know, and love your community.

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Self

We can’t lead if we don’t know ourselves. Try new things, teach what you know, and listen to feedback. 

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Communication

Communication is the bridge between ourselves and the community. It is where the magic happen.

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Learning & Growth Through Fun & Friendship

Learning doesn't have to Stink

 

Go camping, play Magic, learn the ukulele, climb a rock face, play soccer, learn to cook, have a barn dance, ride a horse, read a book, make up a new game, have a cardboard sword battle. These are just a few of the incredibly fun activities you will have to choose from at camp. The magic of Longacre happens as we bring learning leadership into all aspects of camp life and come together as a community. We believe in learning by living, and learning to better communicate how we feel about our experiences.

 
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A Quick Note from our directors

 
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It can be nerve wracking deciding to send your child away. Please give us a call, or email anytime to answer any questions or see if Longacre would be a good fit for your family. 

Lindsay & Weeze
lindsay@longacre.com
louise@longacre.com
717-567-3349