MSP offers summer camp for students in Preschool & Kindergarten. Themes alternate from week to week and include such creative and enriching topics as cooking, art, technology, and science. Students may attend all summer or pick and choose weeks. *Those enrolled in MSP Toddler and Entry 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 Day 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.
2020 Early Childhood Summer Camps (held at 12th Avenue campus):
There are 9 weeks of summer camp. We offer options 8-11:30, 8-2:30, or 7-5:30. Summer registration fees are $50 ($25 for those who register by March 1st). Registration is online in the parent protected area of the school website and has been sent out via email. Parents signing up for all 9 weeks of summer camp receive one week free. Camps are offered to MSP and non-MSP (must do child visit) students.
Registration fees and summer fees are non-refundable/non-transferable.
- 8:00-11:30 $600/Month $175/Week
- 8:00-2:30 $900/Month $250/Week
- 7:00-5:30 $1200/Month $325/Week
Camp themes: (8:00-11:30)
*Afternoons include dress-up, construction activities, artwork, games, indoor yard games, and more!
- Week 1: June 1-5 Construction and Crafts- At the start of the summer, children have time to shift gears. There are multiple varieties of construction/building materials, daily craft projects, and “play” oriented activities.
- Week 2: June 8-12 Physics & Engineering– Campers will conduct fun, hands-on experiments related to the properties of motion and energy and also structural design.
- Week 3: June 15-19 Earth Science– This week offers opportunities to act as young scientists. Activities will include experimentation and problem-solving related to natural sciences covering things related to the Earth, such as geology, weather, and astronomy.
- Week 4: June 22-26 Jewelry-Boys and girls alike will enjoy working with metal and beads to create wearable art. Each day campers will work on different jewelry pieces, using fine-motor skills and creativity.
- Week 5: June 29-July 3 Around the World- Children will go on “cultural adventures” and travel around the world, experiencing music, food, language, and other cultural elements during this week.
- Week 6: July 6-10 Cooking- Campers will have an opportunity to cook their own meals/snacks each day. They will learn kitchen and cooking safety, etiquette, and hygiene.
- Week 7: July 13- 17 Chemistry- Transform substances, make mixtures, and create reactions at this week of camp. Campers will study famous chemists and take part in hands-on activities.
- Week 8: July 20-24 Art- Campers’ creativity will flourish during this session. Children will experiment with different artistic mediums and study specific artists and their styles.
- Week 9: July 27-31 Gala– Our last week of the summer program will end with a student-run Gala, similar to our annual school Gala fundraiser. Campers will get a chance to host their own party with an art show.