Summer Camp

Give your child a fun and interactive cultural experience without leaving town! Our camps will immerse your child in the Spanish language and culture. Activities include crafts, games, music, and fun. Each camp session is based on a theme, so your child can attend all the camps and get a different experience at each. Camps are two weeks long with full-time or part-time attendance.

Our Spanish immersion camps allow children to learn the Spanish language through play, song, dance, sensory activities, conversation, and hands-on fun! We incorporate the following elements into each summer camp session:

  • Cultural Activities
  • Science
  • Music
  • Art
  • Cooking
  • Sports/P.E.
  • Games
  • Puppet Shows
  • And More!

Required Documents

All forms must be completed and in your child’s file BEFORE attending camp. Documents may be mailed, emailed, or brought to the school during regular business hours.

  • Child Admission Form – Complete online in family profile after registering.
  • Immunization Records – Submit a copy of your child’s immunization records and a signed Health Statement or you may indicate if they are on file with another school (on admission form).
  • Allergy Emergency Plan – If your child has a diagnosed food allergy, please provide a written Allergy Emergency Plan from your child’s physician.
  • Important Summer Camp Information – Please read all information before camp!

Registration Deadline – Online registration for each camp session will close 10 days prior to the camp start date.  If your child is wait listed, please call the school to check availability. All children must be 3 – 8 years of age on the first day of camp. Please contact us regarding possible 2-year-old exceptions.

Summer Camp Enrollment– February 15, 2023

Summer Camp FAQs

How do I enroll my child?

Registration for summer camp opens each year in February. Camp enrollment is available on a first-come, first-served basis and payment is required to secure your child’s spot.

When you are ready to enroll, create a family profile here, add your student(s) to the account, and then click “Enroll” to select your program!

What ages of children do you accept in your summer camp?

Our summer camps are designed for children ages 3-8. Two-year-olds who have been enrolled at Spanish Schoolhouse during the prior school year may also attend.

What does “Spanish Immersion” mean?

In our Spanish immersion camps, your child will be surrounded by the Spanish language throughout the camp day, enabling him/her to absorb and learn the language through natural interactions of camp games, activities, music, and more. In an immersion environment, conversation is key!!

My child does not know any Spanish. Won’t they be confused?

We welcome all levels of Spanish, from beginner to experienced! Our camps are active and hands-on environments where all students can join in the fun, regardless of their level of Spanish.

Our goal is to encourage the love of the Spanish language. Since all of our daily activities are conducted in Spanish, we use various strategies to help all the children understand, regardless of their level. Teachers “act out” what they are saying, use visual materials as cues, and incorporate songs with motions for the various words. If the teacher ever doubts that the children understand something, she will briefly explain in English and then continue in Spanish, to be sure that no child is lost or confused.

What should my child wear to camp?

We recommend that campers wear clothes and shoes that are comfortable for lots of activity!

Do I need to send my child with a lunch?

Yes, please send a packed lunch for your child each day. A morning snack will be provided, as well as an afternoon snack for extended day campers. Optional pizza days may be offered on Fridays. You will be notified by email of these days.

Will campers have outside play time?

We try to get campers outside for a short play time each day, weather permitting. If the ozone level is green, campers will go out in the morning and afternoon (if enrolled in extended care). If the ozone level is yellow, they will go out in the morning only. For red ozone days, campers will not have outside play. Please apply sunscreen before camp each day!