Summer Camp

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Our summer camp program offers many experiences and adventures for our campers, such as fort building, hiking, outdoor games, crafts, and so much more!

Led by experienced educators, this program is offered to students ages 4-10.

This program takes place from 9:00-4:00, at 130 Main St. E. We will often access Centennial Park, which is a short 5 minutes walk from the main school.

Before and after care is offered at an additional cost starting at 8:00am, and ending at 5:00pm.

We are very excited to offer a camp that immerses children in the outdoors, promoting good physical, mental, social and emotional health, while developing a connection with the environment. The students build life skills such as resilience while being outdoors in all kinds of weather, spatial awareness while negotiating forest trails, social competency while working as a team, and self confidence while assessing and taking risks in the physical environment.

Please see a sample schedule of the day below:

Weeks offered
July 4-8
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29
August 2-5 (4 day week)
August 8-12
August 15-19
August 22-26

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:00-10:00 Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest
10:30-11:00 Snack Snack Snack Snack Snack
11:00-12:00 Forest & group game Forest & group game Forest & group game Forest & group game Forest & group game
Transition School School School School School
12:30-1:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
1:30-2:30 Free Play Free Play Free Play Free Play Free Play
2:00-3:00 Art lesson Guided yoga Silly songs & dance Guided yoga Silly songs & dance STEAM challenge Talent show
3:00-4:00 Free play Free play Free play Free play Free play
4:00-4:15 Pick up Pick up Pick up Pick up Pick up

Please note that if you pick up later than 4:15 pm, you will be charged an aftercare fee of $10 (drop-in fee) at pick up.

Forest – Free play in the forest at Centennial Park. Children are provided with materials to enhance their nature immersion experience such as digging tools, collecting containers, art supplies, sports equipment, science exploration tools (magnify glasses, microscopes, resource books etc.), building materials (ropes, wood, tarps, etc.).