Summer Camps

  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math
    For ages 3  years-rising 1st grade. Must be potty trained.

    2018 Cost per student: $130.00 per week due with registration.

    Early Bird discount of $5 if you sign up by May 15th.  Second child will receive a 10% discount for same week camp. Cancellations: Partial refunds ($75) will be given with 24 hour notice before camp week begins .  If camp is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment (10 child minimum) , a full refund will be given.  Notification of a camp cancellation will be given 72 hours before camp start date. No refunds will be given for missed days once camp week begins. 

     Late Pick Up: Camp ends promptly at noon. Late fee is $10 as of 12:05 pm.

  • Session 1: May 29-June1    Authentic Artists      
    Come create a masterpiece! 

    Explore the science of various mediums and enjoy the process of creating art.  Camp culminates in a gallery showing of the campers’ work.  Check out last year’s pictures!  **Cost is only $105 due to shorter week

     

  • Session 2: June 4-8  Barnyard-Palooza
    Farm living is the life for me! 

    Learn the science of farming while making a take-home garden!  Together we will visit the garden to make real connections to the natural world around us.  Our barnyard is filled with developmentally appropriate, hands-on experiments designed to encourage natural curiosity while fostering a sense of collaboration and community through imaginative play. Check out last year’s pictures! 

     

  • Session 3: June 11-15  All Star Sports Camp
    Game on! 

    Campers will experience a basic introduction to today’s most popular sports and fitness activities.  Science and technology related to the sports will be explored through play-based, developmentally appropriate activities that will fully engage campers in an energetic, fun-filled week.  Check out last year’s pictures!

     

  • Session 4: June 18-22  Once Upon an Adventure
    Bringing fairy tales to life! 

    Campers will dive into stories and conduct their own hands-on experiments to test the science behind their favorite stories.  How hard would the wolf have to blow to knock down that pig’s brick home? Find out at camp! Check out last year’s pictures!

     

  • Session 5:  July 2, 3, 5, 6   S’mores and the Great Outdoors!
    A camping and outdoor adventure!   

    NEW!  After setting up the tents, campers will explore outdoor themes, such as constellations, animals, and more.  Hands-on activities, crafts and experiments will appeal to nature-lovers who want to enjoy the excitement of camping without their parents having to rough it as well!  **Cost is only $105 due to shorter week

     

  • Session 6: July 9-13  Mini Chefs
    Foodies R Us!

    Campers get exposed to new foods and tastes while engaging all five senses.  We’ll explore flavors from spicy to sweet to savory as we create our very own recipes.  We will use math to measure, weigh and sort our ingredients.  Campers will conduct experiments with everyday items found in the kitchen and write their own cookbooks. Check out last year’s pictures!

     

  • Session 7:  July 24-28  Dr. Seuss
    Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow will be another one!

    Campers will explore the creative imaginative world of Dr. Seuss as they combine STEM activities with literature. From Oobleck to truffula trees to the antics of Cat in the Hat, the campers will enjoy a variety of wacky, fun activities that will be sure to spark their imaginations! Check out last year’s pictures!