SUMMER CAMP and CHILDCARE REGISTRATION
Oak Hill Montessori Summer Camp is a rich environment filled with exploration, creativity and of course, FUN! Our Summer Camp Staff is devoted to the well-being of ALL children and brings an un-paralleled degree of passion and enthusiasm each day.
All Oak Hill Montessori Campers experience the wonder of summer through themed weeks filled with age-appropriate activities and field trips. Staffed by employees of Oak Hill Montessori School, we maintain a low adult to child ratio so that campers receive personalized attention for a healthy balance of hands-on activities, social interactions, physical endeavors and creative investigation.
To register, please click on the link below and fill out one registration form per child. Mail directly to the school, or email the form to email@example.com.
2018 Summer Camp Program Summer Camp Directory and Elementary Lead:
Joan WillisChildren's House Lead:
Carolyn SibbaldToddler Lead:
Nicole PorterAges: 16 - 35 months
(Toddler Community)Ages: 3 - 11
(3 year olds must be toilet trained and in CH Program)TIME:
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Monday-Friday)DROP OFF HOURS:
Between 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.AFTER CARE:
4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. for an additional $60 per week
$360 per week
CHILDREN'S HOUSE / ELEMENTARY FEE:
$275 per week
Payment may be made in full upon completion of the registration, or you may choose a payment plan option which will require a $300 deposit. Weekly payment plans will begin on June 11th. All registration is final and tuition is nonrefundable after May 1, 2018.
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|Camp 1:||June 18-22:||Paws and Claws|
Hiking, animal tracks, and hands-on learning! Explore all about animals from the deepest parts of the ocean, to the highest mountains. Together, we’ll journey to reveal the wonders of the Animal kingdom!
|Camp 2:||June 25-29:||Artrageous|
Campers will discover their artistic side and let their imaginations soar. This is a chance to get our hands messy and get our creative juices flowing; making and molding our own masterpieces. Finish the week by touring the Art Exhibition on Friday June 29th.
|No Camp Offered for July 2-6 (4th of July Holiday week) |
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|Camp 3:||July 9-13:||Water, Water Everywhere |
Splish and splash we’re heading to summer camp! Pack your beach bag for a week filled with refreshing water activities, the Oak Hill “water park”, local lakes and parks. Wear your swimsuit every day this week.
|Camp 4:||July 16-20:||Earth, Wind and Fire (Outdoors)|
Use your senses to investigate the world around you! Hike through the woods and meadows. Get to know the plants and animals that can be found in your own backyard.
|Camp 5:||July 23-27||Kitchen Apprentice|
Instilling the joy of cooking in our campers is our goal! We will start with the basics and move on to more advanced skills as the week progresses.
|Camp 6:||July 30-Aug 3:||Summer Fan Favorites|
We will spend this week revisiting all our favorite games and activities as we put the summer on REWIND!
|Camp 7:||Aug 6-10:||Once Upon a Time - Part 1|
Experience the joy of theater and storytelling that values the success of the group as a whole. Students develop skills as they explore the creative use of body and voice, developing a sense of confidence with their peers. This week will include attending a local theater experience and learning about the role of an audience.
Elementary students who would like a larger role in the performance should plan to register for both weeks.
|Camp 8:||August 13-17:||Once Upon a Time - Part 2|
The adventure continues! Students develop skills as they explore the creative use of body and voice, developing a sense of confidence with their peers. Campers will learn more about costuming, set design and the many important talents required to produce a theatrical performance.
The week ends with a final performance in the Oak Hill Amphitheater. Mark your calendars!