Summer Program 2018

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June 18 – August 10, 2018

Our 2018 summer programs span eight weeks and are conveniently organized into four available sessions. Students may attend one or more sessions and may stay for a half or full day depending on their age. Toddler and Primary programs offer age-appropriate activities for children looking to explore, be challenged and relax this summer. Primary classes also have basic swim instruction, field trips, sports, arts, nature recreation and “special days” provide a well-rounded summer experience.

Our Summer Program is a natural extension of MSLF’s distinguished school year curriculum. During the summer, we transform to offer all-inclusive summer fun.  Our teachers—who the children already know and love—are our inspiring, trustworthy and caring counselors.

Check out some pictures from Summer Fun 2017 here: MSLF Summer 2017 on SmugMug

Download the Toddler+Primary Summer 2018 registration form

Summer session prices can be found on the registration form.
Please contact Teresa Pavelich with summer enrollment questions.

Toddler and Primary Summer Sessions:

Session 1 June 18 – June 29, 2018
Session 2  July 2 – July 13, 2018
Session 3  July 16 – July 27, 2018
Session 4 July 30 – August 10, 2018


MSLF’s Elementary Soar & Explore Workshops match the same high standards of care, respect & experiential learning opportunities as the academic school year programs, while ensuring students enjoy & fully experience the special bliss only summer camp can provide.

Our 2018 programming for Elementary students offers eight weekly workshop sessions, with a wide range of topics to meet the interests of Elementary-aged children. Students may attend one or more sessions, featuring our very own MSLF faculty!

In addition, age-appropriate activities will be scheduled, allowing children to explore, be challenged and relax this summer, including: swim instruction, field trips, sports, arts, nature recreation and “special days” provide a well-rounded summer experience.

Summer session prices can be found on the registration form.
Please contact Teresa Pavelich with summer enrollment questions.

Download the Elementary Summer Workshops 2018 registration form

Elementary Summer Workshops Schedule:

Week 1 – June 18 – 22, 2018:  Yoga & Art with Helen Gerbin
Students will immerse themselves in a fun, creative, educational and enriching experience through yoga movement classes, mindfulness, artistic expression and nature journaling. Lessons and workshops lead by Helen Gerbin, a certified yoga instructor. Namaste’ at MSLF!
Week 2 – June 25 – 29, 2018:  Movement with Helen Gerbin
Summer is the time for outdoor adventures and physical activity. Movement week goes beyond sports, to focus on building confidence and character through both individual achievement—think American Ninja Warrior, and teamwork—collaboration, support, sportsmanship & leadership.
Week 3 – July 2 – 6, 2018:  Service Week with Helen Gerbin
The goal of service week is to get children involved in their community by way of service-learning. Through service projects & field trips, students leave with a positive & lasting impression having worked together to make a difference. Through hands on work, students get to be the change they want to see in the world & develop tools to help them become the leaders of tomorrow.
Week 4 – July 9 – 13, 2018:  Theater with Helen Gerbin
Theater week offers students the opportunity to experience all aspects of the magical world of theater, including character development & script-writing, performing and/or working behind the scenes on stage & prop construction, costume design & more. The week will end with a live performance for other students, staff & parents to enjoy.
Week 5 – July 16 – 20, 2018:  Outdoor Skills with Brandon Chartier
Continue the Outdoor Education adventure with Mr. Brandon & master new skills as you learn to survive & thrive outdoors! Students will explore the expansive outdoor classroom with maps & compasses, learn outdoor safety skills & how to identify & track  plants. Connect with & learn the power  of nature as sticks & rocks become functional tools & students become true adventurers.
Week 6 – July 23 – 27, 2018:  Science Workshop 
Science that changed the world: the people, ideas, inventions & discoveries! Students will experience hands-on science experiments, demonstrations & constructions all while learning about the many world changers & innovations that have come before them, inspiring their own creative thinking & problem solving to become innovators themselves.
Week 7 – July 30 – August 3, 2018:  Math Workshop with Debbie Lincoln
It is possible to have fun while keeping those core Math skills fine-tuned over the long summer break. Student will become Math detectives to solve problems, explore the world through math to uncover the role Math plays in every aspect of life. Through games, stories and practical application of concepts, campers will keep their Math brains active while having too much fun to even notice!
Week 8 – August 6 – 10, 2018Garden-To-Table with Julia Lunn
Explore all the practices of the garden-to-table cycle: planting, harvesting, cooking & composting. Students will experience all aspects of gardening from seed to harvest, then head to the teaching kitchen with their garden fresh ingredients for a hands-on culinary experience. They will explore the greater community and local gardens as well as the Blue House Campus farm.

Check out some pictures from Summer Fun 2017!