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.
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
$350 per week (registration before March 23)
$360 per week (registration after March 23)
CHILDREN'S HOUSE / ELEMENTARY FEE:
$265 per week (registration before March 23)
$275 per week (registration after March 23)
Payment may be made in full upon completion of the online 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!