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EAGLE CREEK
SUMMER STEAM CAMP 2024

~ the perfect balance of fun & learning ~
~ tons of time outside ~
~ STEAM challenges with friends ~

Summer STEAM Camp

  • Summer camp is for children age 3 years old to entering 5th grade.

  • All children are welcome, including those who are not at Eagle Creek during the school year. 

  • If you would like your child placed with a friend, simply note the class you chose and tell your friends.

Summer Schedule

  • Choose your weeks!

  • Camp is every weekday from 9 am to 3 pm.​

  • For kindergarten through 5th grade, children attend every day.

  • For 3- and 4-year-old chidren, you may choose:

    • All five days​

    • Monday, Wednesday, Friday

    • Tuesday, Thursday

  • Children in 3- & 4-year-old camp must attend at least 5 weeks of the summer. The weeks do not need to be consecutive.

Flexible Before- & After-care

  • You may use before-care and after-care on a steady basis or at random.

  • Before-care options:

    • 8 to 9 am​

    • 8:30 to 9 am

  • After-care options:

    • 3 to 3:30 pm​

    • 3 to 4 pm

    • 3 to 4:30 pm

    • 3 to 5 pm

    • 3 to 5:30 pm

    • 3 to 6 pm

  • After-care is open on Fridays until 9 pm!

  • For any given week, if you want care every day that your child is here, simply enroll in that week's camp. When you check out, the before-care and after-care options will appear.  

  • If you want before-care or after-care for random days, click here to go to the reservation page. It's the same children, teachers and classroom, just a different way to sign up. 

Great Ratios

  • 4th & 5th grades = maximum 14 children per group

  • 2nd & 3rd grades = maximum 12 children per group

  • 1st grade and kindergarten = maximum 12 children per group

  • 3 and 4 years old = maximum 10 children per group 

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Rates

  • Most summer weeks are 5 days long and cost $370 per child per week.

  • Week 4 (Independence Day) is  4 days long and costs $296.

  • All payments are non-refundable. 

Fun & Educational Activities

  • Every week, each class has planned:

    • Kid-cooking

    • Crafts

    • Science experiments

    • STEAM challenges

  • Every week, each class has free time for:

    • ​Recess

    • Free art

    • Water fun​

    • ​Outdoor sports​

  • This summer, two of our Spanish teachers will teach four weeks of K & 1 Spanish STEAM camps. Enroll for whichever ones you like:

    • Week 5: July 8 to 12
    • Week 6: July 15 to 19

    • Week 8: July 29 to August 2

    • Week 9: August 5 to 9

  • All classes plan to be outside at least 2 hours per day.

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Themes & Teachers

Get Ready for Fun

  • Bring lunch, snacks, drinks and suntan lotion.

  • Wear outdoor clothing.

  • Wear sneakers (not sandals or Crocs) since we play sports, climb playground structures, and take walks in the woods.

  • We will let you know when we are having water fun. On water days, please bring a towel, a bathing suit, and flip flops or water shoes.

  • Apply bug spray before camp. We do not apply bug spray.

  • Please tell your friends about ECA so their children may enjoy the fun, too!

Our Beautiful Campus

  • Each of ECA's big classrooms has a private bathroom, a kitchenette, and an independent AC unit. 

  • ECA has a huge gym and a kid-friendly commercial kitchen.

  • We have two large playgrounds, a huge sandbox, a gaga ball pit, a soccer field, a baseball field, and 2 half-basketball courts. 

  • Many of the classrooms have large outdoor decks. 

  • We love to explore our forest.

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Our kids have enjoyed the summer camp offerings from Eagle Creek Academy for the past two summers, and we can not say enough positive things!  The teachers have been supportive, engaging, and invested in providing fun experiences.  Every day of each camp has been different and has offered the kids the opportunity to learn new concepts and skills while having fun. We are thankful for a local camp that supports learning and exploring while keeping the kids in a safe and structured environment. We are thankful for each teacher, administrator, and friend the kids have made along the way and look forward to seeing them again next summer!  

Mrs. Fick

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