MMS offers a summer camp program through June and July for children ages 3-6.
We offer week-long sessions with the same hours as our school year (7:30-5:30).
We release our summer school details in April. Please call or email for details.
Summer Camp Program
The learning doesn't have to end when the school year is over. We offer a summer program that provides children with a fun and safe environment to encourage their natural tendencies to explore and learn from the world around them. Sessions are one-week long. They are offered from mid-June through the beginning of August, and they are open to children from three to six years old (rising first graders). Summer camp is open to all and regular school year enrollment is not required to attend. Topics vary from week to week. Past sessions have included studying various countries, science experiments, biology, botany, and the senses. Every Friday is "water day," where the children enjoy time playing with various water toys, eating pizza and dessert.
Before Care and After Care are also offered. The hours mirror those of the regular academic school year.
*Hours are 8:30AM-12:00PM, Monday-Friday
*We are closed July 4th
(or the observed holiday)
*Before Care 7:30AM-8:30AM
*After Care 12:00PM-5:30PM
Week #1 Yoga & Peace June 7 – June 11
During this week, we will learn and explore the movements our bodies make through yoga poses and yoga stories. We will also work on finding peace and calm in our bodies and how we can create a peaceful environment at school and home. Campers must wear comfortable clothing that moves, and shoes that they can easily take on and off.
Week #2 Cooking June 14 - June 18
Who likes to eat? This week is all about the food. We will learn about different kinds of food, basic food safety, and how to follow a recipe. Each day we will make something new together!
Week #3 Camping June 21 - June 25
Pack your love of nature and your sense of adventure because this week, we’re going camping! We will learn what you need to pack, some tips on how to stay safe, make s’mores, sing some campfire songs and more.
Week #4 Superheroes June 28 - July 2
What do Batman, Wonder Woman, nurses, firefighters, and librarians all have in common? They're superheroes! This week, we will learn about superheroes, both real and imaginary. Campers are invited to dress as their favorite superheroes each day!
Week #5 Get Messy July 6 - July 9 (Closed on Monday, July 5th)
Let's get messy! This week we will experiment and learn about all different kinds of messes. Big messes, small messes, the messes we make on purpose...and the messes we sometimes make by accident. (Don't worry, we'll learn about how to clean up, too.) Campers must wear old clothing that they do not mind getting stained.
Week #6 Waterworks July 12 - July 16
What is water? Where can you find it? What does it feel like, look like, taste like? Did you know that you are made up mostly of water? This week, we will learn all about water through a variety of experiments, games, and activities. Campers must wear a bathing suit and bring a change of clothes each day.
Week #7 It’s Showtime July 19 - July 23
Do you like dancing? Singing? Acting? Campers explore a variety of different kinds of performance and, on Thursday, are invited to demonstrate what they've learned in their own show! (Weather permitting, this will be held outside and family invited to attend.)
Week #8 Game-a-thon July 26 - July 30
Indoor games, outdoor game
s, board games, card games and more! Campers will be introduced to the history of games, play games of all kinds, and even be invited to create their own.
Week #9 Celebrate August 2 - 6
This week, we will celebrate the end of summer with a party every day! Campers will learn about various celebrations from around the world and enjoy a tea party, a costume party, and a dance party. On Thursday, campers will be invited to design a party all their own. (Weather permitting this will be held outside and family will be invited to attend.)