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Gather with Friends. Shape the Future.

summer camps

Play. Learn. Grow.

Camps at Phase are designed to deconstruct the world of play and open the doors to unlimited learning experiences. Our spaces were crafted intentionally to cultivate both the artist and scientist in every child in electrifying, fun-inspired learning environments. Each theme is based around our mantra: “Play. Learn. Grow.”, where kids learn relational values to gather with friends and the knowledge to shape the future. Phase Summer Campers will enjoy playing unique sports, exploring nature, participating in creative arts and working as a team. 

Ages: Kindergarten – 6th Grade
Dates: May 31 – Aug 5, 2022
Times: Drop-off begins at 8am and pick-up ends at 5:30pm
Cost: $275 per week

limited time special

RECEIVE $25 OFF EACH WEEK’S REGISTRATION
WHEN YOU REGISTER FOR TWO OR MORE WEEKS!

*Offer expires April 30th

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CHEF'S CORNER

CHEF'S CORNER

You’ll have a master chef on your hands before summer ends. Kids will learn how to manage their kitchens - all the way from food prep to food creation...clean-up skills included!

PICASSO'S PROTEGE

PICASSO'S PROTOGE

Art is more than just coloring pages and take-home projects. We’ll provide campers with different mediums and exciting challenges that keep their inspiration going all summer long!

IDEA BOX

IDEA BOX

While participating in exciting S.T.E.M. activities, campers will challenge their own hypotheses by designing and building with Legos®, cardboard boxes, foam, and lots of tape to make their brainstorming come to life!

FITNESS BLEND

FITNESS BLEND

Gear up for the ultimate blend of fitness this summer. Campers will learn about healthy lifestyle choices and participate in fun - and educational - fitness classes!

Camp Weeks

Phase Campers will explore hands-on experiences during a fun, action packed, full-day summer camp, making memories that will last a lifetime.

Bananas Week 1

Week One: May 31 - June 3

Camp Phase Goes Bananas - We're starting summer camp off with a ton of silly activities.

Water Week 2

Week Two: June 6-10

Wacky Wild Water - It's our nontraditional water week theme. We're incorporating water into our activities in a wacky way.

Art Week 3

Week Three: June 13-17

Art Explosion - During this week, we're expressing our inner selves through vibrant and extravagant colors.

Science Week 4

Week Four: June 20-24

Mad Scientist - This week, we will unleash our inner crazy scientist through outrageous science activities and projects.

USA Week 5

Week Five: June 27 - July 1

Party in the USA - Our Party in the USA theme is about a time to let our hair down and relax while reviewing the importance of Independence Day.

Survival Week 6

Week Six: July 5-8

Silly Survivors- During this week, we're learning how to survive in the wild but in the most silliest way.

Zoo Week 7

Week Seven: July 11-15

Zippy Zoo - Our Zippy Zoo theme is all about fantastic animals, but with an interesting twist.

Olympics Week 8

Week Eight: July 18-22

Extreme Olympics - This week we will participate in the most epic and extreme games throughout the week to prepare for the ultimate Olympic day.

Carnival Week 9

Week Nine: July 25-29

Crazy Carnival - Crazy Carnival is not your traditional Carnival week. We will incorporate traditional carnival games and add our twist to it.

Too Cool Week 10

Week Ten: August 1-5

Too Cool for School - Our too cool for school theme is a recap on our summer adventures and preparation for Back to School.

Summer Camp FAQ

Yes! You may register for any week(s) of camp you plan to attend; later additions are based on availability.  

Camp fees are the same weekly and are based on enrollment period rather than attendance per-day. Unfortunately, fees will not be prorated due to days missed for illness, other commitments, or inclement weather.

Swim suit (appropriate for a family environment) and towel on scheduled water days, a water bottle, Sunscreen SPF 15 or higher, and backpack or camp bag to store wet swimsuits on water days. Please leave all personal items such as toys and electronics at home. Be sure to label all items brought to camp with the camper’s first and last name.

We plan each day of camp to be full of activities. Comfortable clothing and shoes made for running and climbing are a must. Sometimes fun can be messy, so please wear clothing that can get dirty. A hat for sun protection is advised.

Yes. Campers should bring their own lunch. Snacks will be provided. If your students has dietary restrictions, please let us know. 

Our campers range from kindergarten to 12-years-old. Campers are split into grade-level groups upon arrival to ensure a fun, yet age-appropriate week of camp.

The safety of the students in our program is our first priority. All childcare staff are background checked and receive training to obtain First Aid, CPR and AED certification. No child, regardless of circumstances, will be allowed to leave the care of a staffmember with an unauthorized person. Children will be released only to those listed on the registration forms. This is non-negotiable.

Written authorization must be submitted to authorize additional pick-up persons. If you have an emergency, we will accept an email from an address provided at registration. At Phase, the safety of your child is more important than any inconvenience.

What Phase Families are Saying

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Request a tour, ask a question or just say hello. Choosing the best care for your child is a big decision and we are here to help you every step of the way. See for yourself what makes Phase feel like family.

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