Summer Camps

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    Online Registration Only:

    1. Follow this link to complete the registration form: link here
    2. I will place you in the requested camps if there is room and send you an invoice for payment. At the bottom of the invoice, I will confirm which camps your child is attending.
    3. Please pay the invoice to secure your child’s spot as soon as possible.
    4. If you are placed on a waiting list, you will not be charged.




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

    Cancellations: Partial refunds (50%) will be given with 72 hour notice before camp week begins .  If camp is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, 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 within the camp week. 

    All registration will be done online.  Camps are limited in size and are first come first serve.  An invoice will be sent once your child has been accepted into the camp.  The registration must be paid to secure your child’s spot.

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

  • Session 1: May 31-June 3  Mini Chefs                                **Cost is only $128 due to shorter week

    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. 

    Session 2: June 6-10 Under the Sea

    A boatload of fun! Through experiments about floating to learning about all the underwater life to creating fun art projects, campers will explore the depths of the ocean. 

    Session 3A: June 13-17 Little Picassos
    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.  

    Session 3B: June 13-17 Once Upon an Adventure

    Bringing fairy tales to life! Campers will 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! 

    Session 4: June 20-24  Dinosaurs Roar!

    Calling all paleontologists!  See the world of dinosaurs come to life through scientific experiments, prehistoric play, and creative crafts.  Young paleontologists will have a monumental experience this week! 

    Session 5A: June 27-July 1All 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. 

    Session 5B: June 27-July 1 Holiday Fun in the Sun

    It’s Christmas in July! St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Independence Day, Halloween, and Christmas all rolled into one week of fun in the sun.  It’s sure to be one giant celebration!