Give your child A fun Summer WHEN they NEED IT MOST
camps offered both Online and in center
We modifed our Summer Camp model to put the health and safety of our students and staff first while maintaining the magic of Summer during this unusual time in history. You have several options to choose from:
We have updated our drop-off and pick-up procedures, added daily temperature checks for staff and students, increased center disinfecting standards, and adjusted activities to follow CDC guidelines for healthy distancing to ultimately provide a safe, fun, and educational learning environment for your children. To ensure your student’s safety we have smaller, 9:1 camper to teacher/classroom ratio as well as 6 ft. distancing guidelines.
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In-person (full-day) - 8:15 am - 5:45 pm, (9.5 hrs.), $425/week
In-person (half-day am or pm) -8:15 am - 1:00 pm or 1:00 - 5:45 pm, (4.75 hrs.), $249/week
Online camp is run via a secure Zoom link. The full-day day option consist of two 45-minute activities /classes and a 20- minute exercise period in both sessions. AM and PM camps have different lessons. There are 2 sessions per half day.
Online (full-day) - 9:30a – 3:30p (lunch break noon – 1:00p), $259/week
Online (half-day am or pm) - 09:30 - 12:00 pm(2.5 hrs.); OR 1:00 - 3:30 pm (2.5 hrs.), $149/week
The full-day camp option includes a half-day of online camp and a half-day of in-person camp in a local Positive Ally center with your choice of am or pm scheduling.
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Full-day combo (half-day in-person & half-day Online) $349/week
Our safety protocols follow the CDC guidelines and include daily temperature checks for staff, frequent hand washing, masks, and daily disinfecting. We have a small, 10:1 camper to teacher ratio.
CAMP THEMES BY WEEK
JUNE 20 -24
Get your passport and travel through the seven countries that make up the Indian subcontinent. Students will enjoy learning about the geography and culture through a variety of activities. They will learn about holidays, famous people, clothing, animals, sports, food, and the language.
Pump IT Up, Kirkland
Grasslawn Park, Redmond
Seattle Asian Art Museum Willburton Park, Bellevue Poo Poo Point, Issaquah
JUNE 27-JULY 1
Design and engineer your toys to create a fantasy play-land. Using large cardboard and other objects, join other campers to create amazing toys, cars, planes, and playhouses. Campers will learn about planning, designing, story-telling, crafting, drawing, and presenting.
Funtastic Playtorium, Bellevue Bellevue Botanical Gardens Volunteer Park Conservatory Univ. of WA Campus Tour Discovery Park, Seattle
Let’s bake our way around the globe with cakes, breads, cookies, and more—each inspired by a different country, from Sweden to South Africa
Lk. HillsPark, Bellevue
MOHAI Museum, Seattle Marymoor Park, Redmond Little Mt. Si , King County
Our most requested week is back! In this fun STEAM camp, students will learn science, creative thinking, and writing to build their own electronic story book complete with circuits that lights up! On the last day of camp, students will read their books aloud and get to take home them home.
Gene Coulon Park Renton KidsQuest Museum, Bellevue Robinswood Park, Bellevue Eastern Preston Snoqualmie Trail
Do you love animals and have an interest in veterinary medicine? Learn how how to care for animals and how they benefit our society. Learn about body systems, diseases, parasites, and common illnesses in domestic animals. Career paths for veterinary medicine will also be covered.
Tech. City Bowl, Kirkland
North Rose Woodland Park, Kirkland, Boeing Future Of Flight & Backstage Factory Tour,
Bellevue Downtown Park Snoqualmie Falls Trail
Students will work together in team challenges set up from different countries! They will complete craft projects from each country, make passports as they travel, and explore the local culture – music, food, and geography!
Snohomish Aquatics Center
Lake Sammamish State Park
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Tacoma
St. Edwards Park, Kenmore
Beaver Lake Preserve, Sammamish
STEM +Simple Machines=Fun! Campers will explore laws of physics and mechanical engineering through building simple machines and solving problems. Using guides, scoring rubrics, and their own imagination, they will make cars, bridges, catapults, ramps.
Creatively Yours, Bellevue
New Castle Beach Park, Renton NW Railway Museum, Snoqualmie Juanita Beach Park, Kirkland Rattlesnake Lake Trail, North Bend
This popular camp is updated with an improved format. Campers will understand the anatomy of communication through fun Improv games, ice breakers, and indoor/outdoor group activities. They will also learn active listening skills, negotiating skills, decision making, and empathy.
Sno-King Ice Skating, Snoqualmie Farrell McWhirter Park, Redmond History Museum, Tacoma Luther Burbank Park, Mercer Island Squak Mtn. State Park, Issaquah
Ever look up in the night sky and wonder what is out there? If you have, this is the camp for you! We will explore the vast cosmos beyond Earth’s atmosphere and study its celestial bodies and phenomena.
Crossroads Splash Park, Bellevue Houghton Beach Park, Kirkland National Nordic Museum, Ballard E. Bright Creek Park, Sammamish Evanscreek Preserve, Sammamish
Campers will learn the basics of economics through this fun and interactive course! They will engage in activities to explore personal finances, the free enterprise system, and entrepreneurs at work!
Pump IT Up,Kirkland
Cougar Mountain Zoo, Issaquah Idylwood Beach Park, Redmond Franklin Falls, Snoqualmie Pass
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