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Summer Programs

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2023 Summer Programs

Monday-Friday from 9am - 2pm

Children ages 4-11 years old


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We've simplified our bundle discount.


A 5% discount is now available for families who enroll more than one child OR has a child enrolled in more than one week.


Use code: BULK5


You can change the quantity in the cart.

Register Your child

All participants must fill out the

**Summer 2023**

online registration form.

↓ These links will take you to our family portal.  You will need to pay first or return to this page to make payment.

Register by May 15th to receive a t-shirt.

reserve your week

WHEN YOU REGISTER, designate on the form which week(s) you want your child to attend.

Week 1: June 12-16


Week 2: June 19-23
Week 3: July 3-7
Week 4: July 10-14

We are limited on the number of children who can attend each week. Programs are filled on a first-come, first-served basis according to the date tuition is paid in full and registration forms are received.

How does the waitlist work? If there is a waitlist for the week you want your child to attend, register your child to add them to our waitlist BUT WAIT ON PAYMENT until you hear from us.  We will honor the rate according to the date you register. As vacancies occur, they will be filled in the order registration was received. 

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We are exploring the Wild & Wonderful elements of nature in our outdoor classroom this summer! 


We've designed a variety of NEW learning opportunities and made changes to the structure of our curriculum in order to better accommodate children who will be attending multiple weeks. 

Your child can attend 1, 2, 3, or all 4 weeks and make new discoveries each time.

All of our programs are STEM-inspired and filled with engaging play prompts that encourage creativity, movement, and child-driven learning.  Children, ages 4-11, will have a variety of opportunities to experience learning according to their skill level and personal interests. 

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