Summer Camp Signup Process

We have had some technical difficulties with our online signups.  We’re working on correcting this as soon as possible.  For now, if you are shown that any class is not available for any reason (being full, closed, etc…), that is incorrect.

Please contact us at 858 – 564 – 9622 and we’ll be happy to handle your signup and discuss anything you’d like to know about our Summer Camp offerings.

We’re sorry for any inconvenience you might experience and we hope to hear from you!

Each one-week class will introduce the children to cultures from around the world, with different stories and hands-on activities, so you can sign up for more than one class.

From Inca to Zulu, students will learn about people and cultures from around the world.  Your child will become familiar with the classic folklore, mythology, and fairy tales from the week’s culture.  Students will learn about science and technology associated with each culture through hands-on STEM activities.

Each day there are two sessions of the class:
  • morning (8:30am to 12:45pm)
  • afternoon (1:15pm to 5:30pm)
Students can sign up for one or the other or both (content is expanded each day, not repeated).  There is a price discount for choosing both.

In the table below, click on class names to see a description of each class and choose how you’d like to sign up.  Notice that the first item is a convenient way to sign up for all the classes at once (with discount!).  The rest are the individual classes.

Date Class
Jun 24 - Aug 1 * All TK - 2nd Classes *
Jun 24 - Jun 27 Asia: Korea
Jul 1 - Jul 5 North America: Native American
Jul 8 - Jul 11 Africa: Zulu
Jul 15 - Jul 18 Middle East: Iran (Persia)
Jul 22 - Jul 25 Latin America: Inca
Jul 29 - Aug 1 Europe: Germany

It may be convenient to open each link in a new browser tab (ctrl-click on Windows, cmd-shift-click on Mac) so that this list page remains open.

Alexander the Great, Montezuma, Junipero Serra, Elizabeth I, Harriet Tubman, Ben Franklin… Students will explore the lives and times of important world figures. Students will use these biographies to introduce them to the literature, history, and science of the times. These activities will include simple machines, engineering, etc.

Each day there are two sessions of the class:

  • morning (8:30am to 12:45pm)
  • afternoon (1:15pm to 5:30pm)

Students can sign up for one or the other or both (content is expanded each day, not repeated).  There is a price discount for choosing both.

In the table below, click on class names to see a description of each class and choose how you’d like to sign up.  Notice that the first item is a convenient way to sign up for all the classes at once (with discount!).  The rest are the individual classes.

It may be convenient to open each link in a new browser tab (ctrl-click on Windows, cmd-shift-click on Mac) so that this list page remains open.

We are offering two summer sessions of three weeks each for students entering grades 5 – 12 in the fall.  These classes are designed for gifted and high-achieving students; basic skills will not be covered.  Students do not need to enroll in Session 1 in order to enroll in Session 2.

4th graders who wish to enroll in these classes must be evaluated by Miss Nancy before signing up.

Each day there are several 90-minute classes. You can sign up for one or some or all (and there is a price discount for choosing all).

In the tables below, click on class names to see a description of each class and choose how you’d like to sign up.  Notice that the first item is a convenient way to sign up for all the classes at once (with discount!).  The rest are the individual classes.

It may be convenient to open each link in a new browser tab (ctrl-click on Windows, cmd-shift-click on Mac) so that this list page remains open.

First Session: June 24 – July 11

Time Class
8:30 am - 5:30 pm * All advanced-4th - 12th Classes *
8:30 am - 10:00 am Beyond Arithmetic I
10:15 am - 11:45 am Writing I
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Greek & Latin Roots I
2:15 pm - 3:45 pm Logic / Critical Thinking I
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Astronomy

Second Session: July 15 – August 1

Time Class
8:30 am - 5:30 pm * All advanced-4th - 12th Classes *
8:30 am - 10:00 am Beyond Arithmetic II
10:15 am - 11:45 am Writing II
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Greek & Latin Roots II
2:15 pm - 3:45 pm Logic / Critical Thinking II
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm American Sign Lanuage

Friday Camp is a traditional daycare rather than organized classes. Students will have the chance to learn drawing and sewing. They can spend their time playing logic games, watching educational and classic videos, playing outside, or just chatting with Miss Nancy.

Any or all days of
Friday Camp