Our popular Summer Camp program is designed to provide children with the magical feeling of a summer filled with fun, exploration, and friendship. Serendipity welcomes any child entering Kindergarten through Sixth Grade at any school to join our Summer Camp program. The program consists of two key components: Group Time and Focused Activities.
During Group Time, children participate in program activities such as fort building, water play, games in the indoor and outdoor arcade, nature hikes, and traditional and non-traditional games and sports, grouped with children of their own age. This time is meant to give children a dynamic and varied experience at camp, while promoting bonding and friendship.
The second component is Focused Activity time. Focused Activities are related to each session theme and are instruction based. Children are allowed to pick their own Focused Activity daily. Groups for Focused Activities vary in age, and change from day to day. Focused activities include pastimes such as Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Robotics, Coding, Music Recording, Building, Archery, Gardening, Photography, Cooking, Tinkering, “Surfing,” Golf, and Arts and Crafts.
Serendipity Summer Program also offers Specialty Workshops, in addition to the regular programing. Campers can enroll in week long Specialty Camps such as Dance or Painting. These programs allow children to delve deeply into an area of interest, and generally culminate with a performance or presentation of their work.
Week and Day Camps
Serendipity strives to provide care whenever our families are in need. In an attempt to support our community we often run camps for days when our school is closed. Our Camp Programs are a scaled down version of our Summer Program. Program activities include: archery, arts & crafts, traditional sports, fort building, arcade time and much more. Our camps are open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Here is a list of the holidays on which we usually run our camp program: Indigenous People’s Day, Veterans’ Day, Winter Break, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Ski Weekend, and Spring Break.