Little Red Summer Camps:
Sixth Avenue Campus
Homegroups: ages 3.5-12
272 Sixth Avenue
New York, NY 10014
Located on the Southwest corner of Bleecker Street and Sixth Avenue.
A, C, E, D, F, or V to the West 4th Street Station. Walk south on Sixth Avenue two blocks to Bleecker Street.
1 to Houston Street. Walk one block east on Houston Street to 6th Avenue and then one block north to Bleecker Street.
Charlton Street Campus
Musical Theater Workshop: ages 9-13
Robotics, Portfolio Development: ages 10-13
LREI’s Elisabeth Irwin High School
40 Charlton Street
New York, NY 10014
Located between Sixth Avenue and Varick Street on Charlton Street.
1 to Houston Street. Walk South on Varick Street to Charlton Street and turn left.
C or E train to Spring St., walk north on 6th Avenue to Charlton Street and then turn left on Charlton Street.
Thompson Street Gym
Basketball: ages 10-13
The gym is located at 145 Thompson Street between Houston and Prince.
1 to Houston Street. Walk East on W Houston to Houston Street. Continue on Houston St. to Thompson Street and turn right.
C or E train to Spring Street, walk north on 6th Avenue to Prince Street and then turn right on Prince Street. Continue walking on Prince. Take a Left at Thompson Street.
Please note that Charlton and Prince Streets are two sides of the same street, but are separated by 6th Avenue.
Indoor activities are held in the classrooms, art rooms, reading room, woodworking shop, computer lab, and cafeteria of LREI. Indoor spaces are air-conditioned and brightly lit.
Physical arts activities take place in the Lower/Middle School Performing and Physical Arts Space, Lower/Middle School Auditorium, Music Room, LREI’s High School gymnasium, LREI’s High School Performing Arts Space, and the Thompson Street Gym.
For outdoor activities, we use our rubberized rooftop playground, Downing Street Playground, Houston Street Park, Veusvio Playground, and Carmine Street Playground.
Transportation on field trips is by private air-conditioned bus, equipped with a bathroom. For travel over 30 minutes, an age-appropriate video maybe shown, such as an episode of Winnie the Pooh or Arthur for ages four-six and Wallace and Grommit or Toy Story for ages seven and up.