Thanks for another great summer! Below you can see what camp was like during the summer of 2017. Visit us in February 2018 to register for summer camp ’18. Put it on your calendar because camps fill up quickly.
Brighton School’s summer camps are special. We pride ourselves in providing high quality, small-group, age-appropriate activities for children ages 3-14. We employ experienced educators as camp counselors. Our camps are open to both Brighton students and children in the local community. You can register for one week at a time or for all ten weeks of summer.
The regular camp day runs from 9 AM to 3 PM. We also have flexible extended day options available from 7 to 9 AM and 3 to 5:30 PM, at a cost of $8 per hour, billed monthly. You do not have to preregister or prepay for extended care.
In addition, Our school is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students to our summer camps. Please contact our international student coordinator, Si Nam for more information.
Brighton Summer Camps
As a continuation of our Links to Learning® curriculum, Preschool
camp offers a fun-filled summer program for children 3-4. Our Links to Learning ® summer curriculum is designed to review and strengthen skills taught during the school year. Various academic activities will be integrated throughout your child’s daily summer experience. Our camp program will inspire your child’s mind to engage, explore, create and stay active this summer! Discovery Zone Camp Description
Jr. Destination Adventure
(Ages 5-6 entering grades K-1)
Small groups of 13 campers rotate through various field trip destinations twice per week. When not traveling, they experience science, academic review, outdoor activities, crafts and a weekly hike to our neighborhood park for a picnic and play time. Jr Destination Adventure Camp Description
(Ages 7-9 entering grades 2-4)
Campers participate in daily field trips to fun and educational locations all over Seattle and Puget Sound. From horseback riding to beach-combing this will make this a summer to remember! We also do many projects and art activities when we are
on campus. Destination Adventure 2017
(Ages 10-14 entering grades 5-8)
Campers take daily field trips, which include hikes, sporting events and much more all around the beautiful Puget Sound area. Team Brighton gives adolescents a healthy, active environment with friends and trusted camp counselors. Team Brighton Camp Description
STEAM Camps (Science/Technology/Engineering/Arts/Math)
(Grades K-6) Ms. O’Malley inspires campers in her wildly popular STEAM camps. Check out the lineup below and register directly on their web site at www.elementaryinnovators.com.
Dramatic Literature Workshop (registration closed)
Your child will learn by doing. We will play many language games, learn phonics through a multi-sensory approach, and create and act out stories. These workshops are for children to review the skills they may have lost during the carefree summer months or for students that love to learn and be dramatic. This camp is run by Mrs. Kerns, one of our first grade teachers. Dramatic Literature Camp Description
Brighton Basketball Camp (register for each week separately by following below links)
If you want to improve, learn, and play basketball this summer, join the Brighton Basketball Camp. There are 7 different sessions to choose from this summer. Each session needs a minimum of 8 campers and a maximum of 15. All sessions are from 6:00-9:00 pm at Brighton School. The camp will be run by Stephen Bretz, who is a middle school teacher at Brighton School. Mr. Bretz has three years of varsity basketball experience as well as some college playing experience. He has 6 years of coaching middle school boys and girls teams. Camps are open to all Brighton Middle School students (entering grades 6-8 Fall 2017), non-Brighton students registered for a Brighton camp, and recently graduated Brighton students (entering 9th grade Fall 2017 – Brighton alumni only). Each day will focus on a different aspect of basketball fundamentals, small group games and activities, and full court team games.
Questions about camps? Contact Russ Noble