Camps

We Offer Year-round Camps, Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall

Group ShotOur camps provide both indoor and outdoor adventures and experiences for kids where social skills are built, friends made, imagination stretched, and treasured memories created for a lifetime to come.

“At the end of summer we went to Family Camp for 2 days.  This year we went to Paradise Springs where we slept in real Tepees, swam in a big swimming pool, went through the woods on a zip-line over the river, had campfires w/smores, sang songs, played lots of games, stayed up late, even got spooked by an owl. It was so much fun and everyone had a blast.”

~ Kevin, Grade 4

Spring Break

Ah, Spring Break!  It brings back so many memories. And during Spring Break, what better way to enjoy it than, of course, at Spring Camp.

Our Spring Camp is all about fun, friendship, and sharing.

“I had so much fun during Spring Camp.  We went to the park and had an Easter Egg hunt  and played many fun games.  We also went bowling and to Chuck-E-Cheese. I had lots of tokens and the pizza was good.”

~ Sarah, Grade 1

Summer Camp

Physical Activity is important for your child…and is also just plain fun.

For our Summer Camp Program we offer a summer classes as well as educational field trips. Karen, the Director, was the camp counselor this year at Summer Camp 2016, which included swimming, beach trips, hiking, amusement parks, and many other fun trips and activities.  Summer Camp 2016 will offer even more fun in the sun. Click here to read more

 

Winter Camp


“During Winter Camp we went on a Whale Watching Trip. We saw some whales and lots of sea lions. We also went ice skating and I was slipping all over the ice.  The teachers were there to help us. Another fun trip was a train ride we took at night.  We went in our pajamas, got hot chocolate and got to see Santa.”

~ Jenny, Grade 2

Fall Break


“Fall is my favorite time of the year. We went on a scavenger hunt.  Our team got lucky and we won. We visited the Pumpkin Patch and had a pumpkin-carving contest.  We had them all on display at our Haunted House that we all put together for family and friends.”

~ Ben, Grade 5

Science Camp

Our students explore many exciting areas of science.

For example, our students have access to our microscopes to get a close up view of the invisible world.

We take trips to Science Museums,  aquatic centers, and other science related locations all around Southern California so your students are exposed to all the high technology and science experiences that are so unique here in one of the highest technology centers in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

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