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We’re designing the perfect summer camp for your child, complete with all the fun, enriching activities they love, and the important safety measures you expect.  Save the Date: Summer Camp registration opens March 15.

In the meantime, please feel free to browse our 2020 options below.


New Camp Hours:

  • 9:00am – 3:00pm
  • Drop Off: 8:00am-9:00am at designated time from the school
  • Pick Up: 3:00pm-4:00pm at designated time from the school

Preschool & Prekindergarten Brighton Camp

Brighton K-8 Camp

Health & Safety

Health and safety are a top priority to us. Read our Summer Camp 2020 Safety Procedures and our commitment as a school.

Read our summer camp newsletter for all procedures, details, and latest updates.Activity Descriptions

Sample Schedule and Activity Blocks for Summer Camp

Brighton Virtual Summer Camp Options

Health Nut 101 – Virtual Class (3rd Grade & Up): We are offering a fun, safe, virtual environment that is focusing on the benefit of a healthy and active life style. Each week your Health Nut will learn new workouts, healthy recipes, and muscle madness. Not only will your child broaden their palette, and expand their knowledge of the body they will also make their own book featuring the recipes and exercises to keep their healthy lifestyle sustainable.

Drama Camp (Grades K-5th): Each week will consist of a week full of fun and engaging theatre games! At the end of each week students will perform and potentially even write their own plays relating to the drama camp theme!

Art (Ages 8-12)Your camper will enjoy working with clay, canvas painting, collage making, sketching, and more.

Modified Specialty Camp – In Person On Site

Ready Made (Grades K-1st – Full Day 9:00am-3:00pm): An educational summer camp designed for students entering Kindergarten and First Grade in September. Each week we will challenge your child as we read, write, and work on math concepts. We take learning outdoors and we make it fun and exciting as we prevent “summer brain drain”. Taught by teachers Kellie Smith and Wendy Dalton, students will review and learn reading, language and math skills to prepare for success next school year.

Payment Policy (Updated for Summer 2020):  A deposit of one full week of camp tuition (pricing found on Signup Genius page) + one-time $30 registration fee is required at time of enrollment to hold your reservation. If the camp you sign up for is cancelled due to health and safety guidelines by government officials you will receive a 100% refund of your payment.

Payment Options:

  • Check: Mail a check to the school address (21705 – 58th Ave W Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043). Mail is being held at the post office and being picked up weekly by a staff member to process payments.
  • Credit Card: Email Rachael Valles (rachael.valles@brightonschool.com) to schedule a time over the phone to process payment.

The deposit will be applied to your camper’s last week of camp tuition. Weekly camp fees will be paid using our ACH system that will run the beginning of each week.

Cancellation Policy: If the camp you have signed up for is cancelled or you need to cancel* you will receive a 100% refund of payment.

*Two week notice from the first scheduled day of your camp day.

Virtual Summer Camp Options – Community Partners

Here are some virtual camp options with other organizations that Brighton had hoped to partner with this summer. We want to honor our partnership to help other great organizations and provide our family with resources for the summer. These virtual camps are entirely operated outside of Brighton and if you have any questions please contact them directly.

Sky Hawks Sports Academy: Skyhawks Sports Academy provides sports programs where children discover and develop athletic skills and social values, such as teamwork, respect and sportsmanship. We offer children a positive sports experience while promoting a healthy, active lifestyle.

Mad Science: Mad Science camps engage kids in scientific themes through in-class exploration and outdoor activities, creating an unforgettable summer experience.

Snapology of Redmond – Virtual S.T.E.A.M. Summer Camps & Classes: Snapology is now offering play-based S.T.E.A.M. summer camps online. After offering hundreds of hours of virtual programs through the spring, we have adapted our curriculum to include additional fun movement breaks and long format content to keep your child engaged and active. Our 1, 2 and 3-hour programs have been thoroughly tested. This summer, Snapology is proud to be offering a wide variety of camp and class options to meet your needs. Click here to see an online class in action. Please click HERE for our summer schedule.

Chess Wizards (hosts our on campus chess program): Chess Wizards is a national PK-8th grade educational chess program that is offering online classes. Group and individual sessions available.

Rock Solid Science: Offering geology programs, rocks, minerals, fossils, and stem enrichment activities to schools and families. Our classes and camps engage kids at every level, sparks creativity and ignites new passion for science.

Who Do I Contact?

Sarah Lobb – Brighton Summer Camp Director (sarah.lobb@brightonschool.com)

Rachael Valles – Office Manager (rachael.valles@brightonschool.com)

Suzanne Adams – Head of School (suzanne.adams@brightonschool.com)