MSP offers summer camp for students in Preschool & Kindergarten. Themes alternate from week to week and include such creative and enriching topics as cooking, drama, Spanish, technology, and science. Students may attend all summer or pick and choose weeks. *Those enrolled in MSP toddler classes may choose to go year round.
In addition to the 8 AM to 11:30 PM camp time, there is also early morning and afternoon (until 5:30pm) extended care for Preschool-Kindergarten aged children.
Non-MSP students are invited to attend camps. *Please note, students not currently enrolled in MSP must be at least 4 years of age to enroll in camp and are required to schedule a child visit before registering for summer camps. Call (850) 469-8138 or click here to schedule.
- Tennis Camps are also offered on MSP courts.
2019 Early Childhood Summer Camps (held at 12th Avenue campus):
|RATES (those signing up for all 9 weeks, get the final week free)
Early Childhood Spanish/Music/Movement Camps (held at 12th Ave.)
Summer Camps with Zuly Mitchell (Early Childhood Spanish Teacher & Afterschool Class Instructor)
The Carnival of the Animals is a set of orchestral character pieces, each describing a particular animal, written by the famous French composer, Camille Saint-Saëns. The children will explore instruments, movement, rhythm and train their aural skills while identifying the various instruments used to exemplify the animals in this fine musical work. The addition of words in Spanish for the animals and the movements will enhance the entertainment in this unique summer camp! Performance open to family and friends on Friday, 26th at 4:00 pm.
Elementary Summer Camps (held at Montessori Drive campus):
Summer Camps with Ms. Caitlin
June 3 rd -7 th : Creating with Polymer Clay 8am- 3pm
In this week long intensive, students will explore the art of polymer clay cane, or
millefiori, miniatures (like foods and animals) and more! Starting with the most basic cane, the
bullseye, students will work up to more complex designs made with specialized color blends.
Styles include kaleidoscope cane, flowers, and an option to design and create their own original
patterns. Canes will then be used to create an array of items including bowls, votive holders,
jewelry items, picture frames, and decorative boxes. Clay work will be inter-dispersed with fun,
experimental projects to break up the routine. Lunch and playtime will be held at 11:30-12:30,
and a healthy afternoon snack is provided. Art show open to family and friends, Friday 3pm-
Be advised, students will be using sharp cutting tools, mature 8 year olds and up.
Cost : 280 which includes $25 material fee due at sign up Limit 10
June 10 th -14 th Play and Create with Your Food!
In this delicious camp, all of the art projects will be made about food, or with it!
Create larger-than life tasty treat sculptures(think ice cream bars and cones), plush pillows
(perhaps pizza?), and get inspired by artists alive and working today, as well as from the past,
who use food to inspire their art. Other activities include printmaking, painting, drawing and
more! Lunch and playtime will be held at 11:30-12:30, and a healthy afternoon snack is
provided. Art show open to family and friends Friday 3pm-3:45
7 and up
Cost : 270 which includes $20 material fee due at sign up Limit 13
These camps are run similar to our after-school classes, with individual instructors setting their themes, times, and costs. Payment is made to the instructors.