Summer Music/Arts Camp 2024
MUSIC + ART + DANCE + DRAMA = FUN!
Ages 7 to 11
NOTE: If your child does not fit within the recommended age group for our camps (7 to 11 years old) but you think they might be a good fit, please contact the school to consult with us. We are sometimes able to make exceptions, especially for siblings and current students, depending on the week of the camp.
Full Day 9 am to 3:00 pm*
Weekly camps, June 3 to July 26
Led by our team of passionate and talented teaching artists.
Campers will work in small groups separated by age but also learning to collaborate in an ensemble setting.
Each week will be an entirely new theme and participants will explore and experience multiple arts, from music to visual art, singing, dance and drama, with exposure to several musical instruments throughout the week.
A short presentation/performance will bring each week to a close.
Morning Sessions 9-12:00
Afternoon sessions 12:00-3:00
**Early drop off available at 8:30 am
Late pick up available at 3:30 pm (Extra charges apply)
Parent comments from our summer camps:
"Both of my girls are so interested in music/drama/the arts, so it was a wonderful fit! Thank you for allowing your doors to be open during this time and for them to have exposure to the arts and other kiddos."
"Thanks so much, you all did an amazing job with them and my son loved it."
"Wonderful! They both enjoyed having time with each instrument so much. All of the art was a big hit, as well."
Weekly Themed Camps Monday to Friday
$325 for Full Day Camp (9 am to 3:00 pm, Mon-Fri)
Additional $50 weekly for Early Drop Off (8:30 am)
Additional $50 weekly for Late Pickup (3:30 pm)
One day before the beginning of each camp
Below are the weekly summer camps for 2024.
Please click on any week to register.
"The Greatest Showman" June 10-14
Based on the movie "The Greatest Showman," campers will explore the world of circus wrapped in musical theatre. Music, Art, Dance, Drama based on the theme with a wide introduction to musical instruments and the arts as the campers develop their own circus acts to be presented before an audience.