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The Goddard School’s summer camp is powered by STEAM and fueled by fun!

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Our summer camp curriculum incorporates STEAM learning (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) into exciting, one-of-a-kind and fun experiences for your child every day! We offer a broad range of programs and mini-camps to pique the interest and curiosity of every child.

The founding principle of The Goddard School’s curriculum is that children experience the deepest, most genuine learning when they are having fun. We have integrated this philosophy into every aspect of our summer camp to foster play-based learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. We’ve created a variety of camps so your children can find a program they will absolutely love. See them below!

Our Camps

July 6th - July 17th 2 YEARS - 7 YEARS

Nature is full of interesting things. Did you know there are so many different types of flowering plants that it would be impossible to remember them all? And new flowers are still being discovered! In The Great Outdoors, your child will explore why trees have rings, the effect of sunshine on plants, weather patterns, how recycling can help our earth, and so much more.

July 20th - July 31st 2 YEARS - 7 YEARS

In Animal Adventures, your child will go on a safari to learn all about the beautiful and sometimes strange animals in the world. We’ll sample animal-themed crafts, books and games in the classroom and then venture outside to learn about the critters that dwell in our own backyard and we might even find a lion at the Zoo.

August 3rd - August 14th 2 YEARS - 7 YEARS

The world is full of different and interesting cultures. In Passport Around the World, your child will take an imaginary trip around the world by exploring different customs, food, languages and more. Your child can also help us create the itinerary!

August 17th - August 28th 2 YEARS - 7 YEARS

If you cut Earth in half, you would see several layers. The movement of the layers of the Earth formed the mountains and volcanoes, which are part of the top layer, called the crust. And rocks? Rocks are pieces of the crust that have broken off. In Epic Explorers, your child will explore the many layers of the Earth, go Gem Mining, and watch a volcano erupt.

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