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Add just a morning session, just an afternoon, or mix and match morning and afternoon sessions to create a camp that fits your child's interests and your family's schedule.

On campus sessions will run from June 5 - August 4.

Register for one session or the whole summer. 


Our program is open to students ages 4 to 13 with previous group care experience.


7:30–8:45 am Early Care (no fee)

8:45–11:45 am Morning Session / Morning Fun Camp 

11:45–12:30 pm Lunch (no fee) 

12:30–3:30 pm Afternoon Session / Afternoon Fun Camp

3:30–6:00 pm Extended Care Program


Each week we offer a variety of subject based sessions. Sessions may be offered in the morning, afternoon, or all day. 


Click here to review sessions and register.


Fun Camps

These are offered every morning and every afternoon at $45 a week. You must register for a SESSION in order to enroll in a FUN CAMP; thus, you can ONLY enroll in ONE fun camp a week. They offer an affordable option for families that need all day care.


Early Care

There is no fee for Early Care which starts at 7:30 a.m.


Extended Care

This is offered daily from 3:30-6:00 p.m. for $45 a week. 


Late Pick Up Fee

A late fee of $10 for the first minute and $1 per additional minute will be charged for each child still at the school after 6:00 p.m. This fee is paid directly to the extended care teacher.


Payment Due Dates

Payment is due in full or you may select an installment plan when checking out. For the installment plan, 50% is due at registration with the remaining balance due the Friday prior to camp starting. 


Session Cancelations

Once you enroll in SESSIONS, you are responsible for fees. THERE ARE NO FULL REFUNDS.


Session Changes

There is a $25 convenience fee for each SESSION change. 



If you have any questions, please email us at


  • Send your child in cool, comfortable clothing and shoes. Camp can be messy, so be aware that your child’s clothing may become permanently stained.

  • Your child will have a cubby to store their belongings. Label all of your child’s personal items. 

  • All children are required to have LABELED water bottles for use throughout the day that will be stored in their cubby.

  • You are welcome to send sunscreen and insect repellant; the school does have these items, but many families prefer to provide their own. Label these items.

  • Leave children’s personal toys and belongings at home or in the car.  The school is not responsible for the loss of any personal items, and we ask that you don’t allow your child to bring any.

  • Make sure that your child’s belongings are taken home each day.

  • Look for daily notices and/or changes posted on the marker board to the left of the front door. 

LUNCH: Provide a lunch with a cold pack (refrigeration is not available) if your child is enrolled in both morning and afternoon sessions. Please send the necessary utensils and LABEL your child’s lunch containers. 

SNACK: If your child is on campus in the morning, provide a morning snack.
If your child will be utilizing our after care program, provide an afternoon snack. 

WATER: All children should have a labeled, reusable water bottle to keep with them throughout the day.  





Our school-year teachers teach several sessions each summer. You can find out more about our teaching staff here.

Creating a Safe Environment

As elders we model behavior that is neither demeaning nor discriminatory. Our goal is to foster healthy attitudes for each child and safety for the community of children as a whole. In the classroom and on the playground, we enforce common safety rules and practice redirection of violent play behavior. Respectful and gentle behavior is encouraged through positive reinforcement with separation (time out) if necessary. Please feel free to contact a teacher if you have questions. Repeated aggressive or disruptive behaviors by a child will not be tolerated. The school reserves the right to expel a student under these severe conditions. The safety and integrity of the learning environment will be the primary concern.  


Non-discrimination Policy

Students have the right not to be discriminated against by The Circle School for reasons of age, creed, ethnic or national origin, gender, disability, political or social affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.


If you have any questions, please email us at

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