We’re excited to offer art- and maker-themed summer programming at AltSchool this year for lower school students in the Bay Area, staffed by some of our favorite expert network program partners: Green Art Workshop and FutureLeague. Green Art Workshop will offer hands-on eco-conscious programs for students ages five to seven, where attendees will create imaginative, personal, collaborative projects. FutureLeague programs for students ages eight to ten will inspire them through a progressive engineering, coding, and design-thinking curriculum.
Currently enrolled AltSchool students, incoming AltSchool students, and students enrolled at other schools are welcome to attend! Students must be between ages five and ten (by the start of summer programming) to register. The camps will be split into sessions for Lower Elementary students (ages five to seven) and Upper Elementary students (ages eight to ten). There is no limit to the number of summer sessions you can register for. However, since our Summer Camps fill quickly, we encourage you to register early to secure a spot.
English fluency is required for all students registered in a Summer at AltSchool Camp.
Select location to register for Summer Camps (and AltExplore Extended Day):
Upon checkout, you'll be prompted to create an account in the third party registration system we are using, which is run by a company called Sawyer. You must register and pay for individual sessions separately. You will be able to select days and pay for AltExplore Extended Day at checkout, or come back later after you’ve registered for a session to purchase or add Extended Day dates. You’ll find additional details on the registration page.
AltExplore, our Extended Day program, will be offered from 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, following our Summer Camps. AltSchool’s Student Experiences and AltExplore educator team will lead our Extended Day program. AltExplore is available through pre-registration only, and no drop-ins will be available. The cost is $25 per day. You’ll be able to select days, register, and pay for AltExplore through the third party registration system we are using, which is run by a company called Sawyer.