Summer Camp Programs
Seton Montessori Summer Camp is filled with exploration of every sort! From art to sports and games to academic work in our Montessori classrooms, there is always something fun going on at camp. Seton Montessori Summer Camp is accredited by the American Camp Association and has the perfect balance of air-conditioned indoor activity and natural outdoor fun and learning.
All campers are provided with a t-shirt and bag for their days at camp and Elementary Campers are invited to our special Elementary Overnight.
Highlights of Seton Summer Camp include swimming lessons led by certified lifeguards, sports and games, fieldtrips, pony rides, art and crafts, family picnics and more!
Summer Camp is organized into three, three-week sessions and is open from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Families may choose to register for all or part of the Summer Camp program. For more information including availability, tuition and registration information, please call (630) 655-1066. The 20013 Summer Camp season will begin June 17th and run through August 16th. Download the 2013 Summer Camp Calendar here.
Parent-Child Class (Birth to 36 months): A parent, caregiver or grandparent attend a weekly session with the child and develop together through free exploration, movement to music and gentle massage. It is an experience of growth for both.
Toddler Campers (15 months to 3 years): Children between the ages of 15 months to 3 years of age learn about the world around them and develop their sense of independence and self-confidence through the variety of different and interesting experiences of summer camp.
Preprimary Campers (3-6 years old): Preprimary Campers spend their days at Seton exploring the Montessori classrooms as well as enjoying the beautiful outdoors through games, swimming and art.
Lower Elementary and Upper Elementary Campers (6-12 years old): Lower and Upper Elementary Campers have an enjoyable time working on a variety of outdoor projects as well as swimming, outdoor water activities, games an assortment of arts and crafts experiences, and Afternoon Encounters where the child choose a specialized experience.
Leader-In-Training (12-15 year olds): Older children have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills as they provide assistance in our many camp groups. A limited number of spaces are available in this program and first priority is given to former Seton Summer Campers.
For more information, please contact the school office and review our detailed brochure, available here 2013 Seton Summer Camp Brochure.
*Infant Summer Care is available