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.
|# of Weeks||Discounted Weekly Tuition||Total|
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.
|# of Weeks||Discounted Weekly Tuition||Total|
Full-day combo (half-day in-person & half-day Online) $349/week
Campers will return from field trips by 5pm subject to traffic; please plan accordingly.
Our camp safety protocols will be guided by CDC and WA DOH guidelines and include daily temperature checks for staff, frequent hand washing, masks optional, and daily disinfecting. We have a small, 10:1 camper to teacher ratio.
|Program Type||# Of Weeks||Weekly Tuition Rate||Total Tuition|
|Half Day Week (AM)||1 - 9||$275||$275/wk.|
|Half Day Week (PM)||1 - 9||$295||$295/wk.|
|Full Day Week||1||$495||$495|
|**Week of July 4 (holiday) will be discounted @ 15% on account of a 4-day camp that week||8||$415||$3,320|
Mix ’n match half and full day camps this summer
CAMP THEMES BY WEEK
Time to get your passport and take an adventure to Central and South America. 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, language and so much more! Your student will learn to appreciate the diversity of traditions of peoples of other continents.
Pump IT Up Kirkland
Wilburton Park, Bellevue
Beaver Lake Preserve, Sammamish
Robinswood Park Bellevue
Seattle Asian Art Museum
Every child is an artist! We will learn about many different artists and art styles from Australia, China, Mexico, and India. We will try our hand at creating some art of our own.
Vertex Arena, Redmond Ridge
Holiday July 4th
KidsQuest Museum, Bellevue
Bellevue Botanical Garden
Poo Poo Point Issaquah
Come on this incredible journey to learn about the crocodilian-like lizards, caiman, snake, turtle, or Poison dart frog and their habitat in the Amazonian rainforest. You're sure to be delighted by these distinctive yet also representative reptiles of the Amazon rainforest.
Lk. Wilderness Arboretum, Maple Valley
Tech City Bowl
Perrigo Park Redmond
Reptile Zoo Monroe
Little Mt. Si. King County
This week is all about being KIND! We will focus on acts of kindness all week long! Not only will we come up with random acts of kindness, but as a group we will come up with a kindness project and work together to spread joy & compassion!
Jump, Rattle, Bounce Monroe
Marymoor Park Redmond
Museum of Flight Tukwila
Gnomes Trail Maple Valley
Evans Creek Preserve Redmond
This camp will expose students to basic societal issues in the developing world and how so-cial entrepreneurs are changing the world. Campers will pick a problem dear to them and will develop a plan to solve those problems. They will present their solution(s) to a panel of judges who will select those ideas it deems most likely to succeed.
Creatively Yours Issaquah
Covington Community Park
Cougar Mt. Zoo Issaquah
Lk. Hills Park Bellevue
Grand Ridge Trail Issaquah
JULY 31-August 04
We’ve got one life to live, so let’s learn about the human body! Students will have a blast learning about the human body’s major systems such as the heart, brain, lungs, stomach, and muscles through fun activities and experiments.
E. Preston Snoqualmie Trail
St. Edwards Park Kenmore
NW African American Museum Seattle
Bellevue Downtown Park
Sno-King Ice Skating, Snoqualmie
Andrea Beaty is a children’s author who incorporates STEM concepts and stories into her characters. We will read a different book daily, study the career that it focuses on, and complete fun activities. Some book titles include Ada Twist, Scientist, Rosie Revere, Engineer, Iggy Peck, Architect, and Sofia Valdez, Future President.
Miniature Golf Redmond
Gene Coulon Park Renton
Pacific Science Center(Science on Wheels)
Farrell McWhirter Park, Redmond
Rattlesnake Lake Trail, King County
Come learn about how to be a citizen of the world and a future leader! You will do fun activities that will help you become aware of and understand the wider world and your place in it.
Snohomish Aquatic Park
Lk. Sammamish State Park, Issaquah
Ebright Park Sammamish
Cherry Creek Trail Duvall
Who doesn’t want to create their own adventures? In this course, we will look at some examples of “choose your own adventure” books, study the writing structure and style, and create a story of our own.
Funtastic Playtorium Factoria
Crossroads Splash Park, Bellevue
UW Greenhouse, Seattle
Newcastle Beach Renton
Redmond Watershed Preserve
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