Six awesome
STEAM camps
for K-sixth grade

+ outstanding workshops
for tweens & teens


Registration opens April 15



At Seabury's downtown campus



The Science of Baking

When: June 24, 26, 28 MWF; time tba

            July 22, 24, 26, MWF; time tba

Who: 6th through 9th graders

What is yeast? What does baking powder do? Why are croissants flaky? Although such a staple of our diets, the process of making delicious baked goods can seem like a mystery! Let's dive into the mixing bowl together to unravel some of these mysteries and learn how to create truly delicious bakes. From the science of "how baking works," to learning how to make some great bakes, to taking beautiful photos of our edible art before we devour it, let's get baking! 

Mosaic Magic

When: Aug. 5-9; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Who: Ages tba

Mosaic is an art form, where a surface is covered by small tiles or pieces of glass that fit closely together. These pieces can create awesome geometric designs – and even pictures. We'll learn about the history of this art form and study some contemporary mosaic artists, including Antoni Gaudi, Sonia King and Isaiah Zagar. We'll learn safety techniques for cutting and working with glass. And we'll design and make our own mosaics! 


At our Browns Point campus

First Aid & Safety Training

When: June 21-22, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Who: 5th through 12th graders

This workshop is an action packed program that will teach you about and then award you certifications in the following: Child and Babysitting Safety, Pet First Aid, First Aid an CPR/AED Training, and Fire Extinguisher Training. Think how great this will look on a resume!

Bugs, Botany & Beasts

When: June 24-28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Who: K through 6th graders

Learn about the awesome world of biology! Enjoy wild games and activities including role playing osmosis, hands on exploration of the microscopic world, and close up communication with worms under your very own magnifying glass. Plant flowers and release beneficial bugs to help ward off pesky little invaders. Create a biology researchers journal to share findings with your family and friends. Come ready to get dirty and explore the world of Bugs, Botany, and Beasts. Take a trip to Dash Point State Park to study biology in nature.

Harry Potter: Fantastic Beasts

When: July 8-12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Who: K through 6th graders

Have you ever wondered where the magical beasts in our world hide? Come to Seabury this summer and find out! This year, Harry Potter lovers can journey into the world of magic where fantastic beasts live. Hatch your own dragon egg, seek out creatures where they dwell, learn what your patronus is and how to tame it – and write your own guide on fantastic beasts. Fantastic Beasts camp is for those who do not fear the unknown and want to explore the magic around them!

Cooking Around the World

Week 3: July 15-19, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Who: K through 6th graders

Even if your summer vacation doesn't include exotic locales, you can embark on a culinary voyage around the world. We'll make and taste foods such as empanadas from Argentina, brigadeiros from Brazil, injera and mesir wat from Ethiopia. Along the way, we'll learn about each of the places we visit:where they're located, what their flags look like, what games kids play. Guaranteed fun – both in and out of the kitchen!


Stop Motion Animation

Week 4: July 22-26, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Who: K through 6th graders

If you can imagine it, you can make it happen with animation. Use materials like clay, paper, hand drawings, digital art, found objects and even people to set your vision in motion. Tell your stories with fun, wacky and wild creativity. Spend a day finding cool objects in nature to animate. Do some voice over and become your own characters. Finally, invite your friends and family to a movie premiere party to snack and watch your videos. You're the star!

Geology Rocks

Week 5: July 29-Aug. 2, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Who: K through 6th graders

Feed your inner rockhound. Take a trip back in time to the geological birth of Washington. Learn about the origins of earth. Grow crystals and examine real fossils. Study earthquakes in a plate tectonics lab. Discover the link between minerals and life. Uncover new uses for rocks.

Edge of Extinction

Week 6: Aug. 5-9, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Who: K through 6th graders

Explore endangered animals on every continent, and discover what has contributed to their dwindling numbers, what happens next and how you can help. We will take a field trip, possibly to the Tacoma Nature Center to study and help with habitat restoration. We will use our MakerSpace to see how we can reuse supplies in ways that can help both humans and animals coexist




Registration opens April 15


Summer@Seabury is open to all students in the community. Van transportation will be available from downtown to the lower school campus for an additional fee and with enough interest each week.

Before- and after-care is available at the lower school for K-sixth grade students for an additional fee from 7:30 to 9 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m.


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