For kids ages 4 to 11

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At Seabury's Browns Point campus

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Financial aid will be offered to students eligible for free/reduced lunch services. Contact our business office for details.

For children ages 4-6 

Building Far & Wide

When: July 10-14; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $300 

Join a group of future engineers for a week filled with activities to get kids moving, building, designing and thinking! Campers will enjoy tremendous freedom to explore, design, engineer and build as far and wide as they desire using building materials such as Lincoln Logs, Kapla Blocks, train towns, board games, and thousands of LEGOS. There will be daily STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) challenges to help build & develop creativity and design skills. Includes a field trip to the Foss Waterway Seaport Museum to view the railway. 

Play With Your Food

July 17-21; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $300

Do you have a child who is an artist with their food? Each day will be filled with playing with food and creating art, such as painting with pasta, stamping with potatoes, designing celery fish, constructing with pasta sticks, grapes, marshmallows and more! Join us for a delicious and nutritious week of fun with food to feed creativity and fuel young artists!


July 24-28; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $300

When children create and play with an awesome mess, critical neural pathways are formed in the brain through tactile experience, especially during the early developmental years. In this camp children will make their own play-dough, explore water in its three states by making popsicles, and will even play with snow in the middle of summer! Join us for some early science learning and FUN!

Everything Dinosaurs

July 31- Aug. 4; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $300

Join us for a prehistoric adventure as we create our own Jurassic World here at Seabury School. Campers will spend the week immersed in all things dinosaur. Dig for fossils. Study dinosaur math. (How big – or small – were they anyway?) Create a huge prehistoric timeline and populate it with dinosaurs and plants. Identify fossils. Find out about the latest discoveries. Take a field trip to the Burke Museum and see the real T-Rex skull on display and the rest of the Burke's incredible fossil collection.

For kids ages 7 to 11


Bugs for Breakfast

July 10-14; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $300

Join Bugs for Breakfast author Mary Boone and delve into the role insects have to play in the new world order. Campers will be introduced to edible insect specialties and traditions around the globe. They'll discover how nutritious bugs can be and why dining on insects is more environmentally friendly than eating traditional protein sources. This camp will include a field trip to the Puget Sound Natural History Museum at the University of Puget Sound. 

Creepy Cryptids

July 17-21; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $300

Explore the myths and mysteries surrounding creatures such as the Loch Ness monster, Big Foot, unicorns, dragons and more. Learn about amazing creatures both real and imagined while creating art and playing games. After learning about well-known cryptids and mythological monsters, students will create their own mythical creatures and create an origin story in comic form.

The Enchanted Forest: Flora, Fauna & Fairy Folk

July 24-28; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $300

Escape into a whimsical world alight with magic! Here you will learn about local plant life, woodland creatures, magnificent mushrooms, and all your favorite fairytale friends. We will dive into fantastical stories from around the globe as we explore fairytales, fables, and folklore through an assortment of spellbinding games, STEAM experiments, art projects, physical activities, and all manner of nature-inspired happenings. Join us to create a fairy garden or gnome home, cast a magical spell, mine for dwarven crystals, weave fanciful tales of our own creation, attend an enchanted tea party, and more. Then, cap it all off with a field trip to frolic in the forest at beautiful Dash Point State Park. 

Future Financiers

July 31-Aug. 4; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $300

Children can explore the world of finance and delve into the basics of economics using modeling clay! Students will engage in fun-filled simulations that will teach many economic concepts such as goods, services, saving, production, scarcity, opportunity cost, trade, specialization, savings, markets, supply, demand, market prices, cost and profits - even inflation! Students will also learn about the stock market. They will learn to read the stock pages, research companies and assemble a $1,000,000 simulated portfolio of stocks. They will trade (or not), to see what they might lose or earn over the course of the week.

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