Winter Break Camps!

Two weeks at the darkest, often rainiest, time of the year is a long time for kids to be cooped up in the house – especially that week leading up to the most hyped kid-holiday of the year. We've got a solution – two in fact. Winter break camps! They're like Summer@Seabury, except cozier. Check them out. There's one at our middle school campus for grades 5-8 and another at our lower school for grades kindergarten through 5.

When you're done signing the kids up for winter break camp, check out what we have going on in January and February. 

ALL the Winter@Seabury offerings on this page
are open to ALL students in the community.


Register HERE!



Winter Break Camps

Garage Band!

When: Monday, Dec. 18 through Friday, Dec. 22; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Middle school campus
Who: All fifth grade through eighth grade students
Cost: $300 (includes rockin' materials)                            

Come rock Court C with us! Bring your guitars, basses, amps, keyboard, percussion – whatever you've got. If you don't have anything, not to worry, bring your voice! We'll be making cigar box guitars and effects pedals for guitars. The latter involves soldering and electrical circuitry. Be ready to get LOUD!

Around the World in Five Days!

When: Monday, Dec. 18 through Friday, Dec. 22; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Lower school campus (before and after care available)
Who: All kindergarten through fifth grade students
Cost: $275                                                                                              

Join us for a celebration of celebrations! We'll travel around the globe and learn about the rich and colorful traditions that make up winter holidays in many different cultures. We'll make a dreidel and play the dreidel game. We'll bake harissa cake (and learn about semolina in the process). We'll make rice paper lanterns and embossed tin in the tradition of Mexican folk art. Certainly there will be a dragon parade. And much more!


Winter@Seabury – January and February

Journalism Club!

When: Thursdays, Jan. 4 through Feb. 22; 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Where: Middle school campus 
Who: All fourth through eighth grade students
Cost: $200 (includes your own 2017 Associated Press Stylebook)    

We've snagged not one, but TWO professional journalists, with a cumulative 50-plus years of newspaper experience to be our editors-in-chief for this awesome club. In keeping with one of Seabury's overarching maxims  – the community is our classroom – students in Journalism Club will have the opportunity to hunt down real news, to interview city leaders, to cover events as they happen. We will produce a community newsletter, and learn something about photojournalism as well. No fake news here, although we will find out how to discern the difference between real and fake. "There is no democracy without journalism." - Scott Pelley

Design like an Architect! 

When: Tuesdays, Jan. 9 through Feb. 13; 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Where: Middle school campus
Who: All fifth grade through eighth grade students
Cost: $120                                                 

Learn about architecture from a professional! In this hands-on workshop, students will learn how architects design interior and exterior spaces while designing a home for a famous character of their choosing. They'll use a sketchbook, work from building plans, make large drawings and a 3-
D model. As for inspiration and real-life instruction? A whole city's worth of architecture is right out the front door of our middle school campus.

Make to Play! (Open Sea Art Club)

When: Mondays, Jan. 8, 22, 29 & Feb. 5, 12, 26; 3:45-4:45 p.m.
Where: Lower school campus
Who: All K through fifth grade students
Cost:$120                                                                                            

Make, tinker, and create objects, costumes, and sculptures aimed at encouraging dramatic play. We will make use of Seabury’s awesome MakerSpace to create of imaginative works that will encourage drama and active play. We'll develop games and act out stories. Who knows where the dramatic spirit will take us?! 

Do it Yourself! (Open Sea Art Club)

When: Wednesdays, Jan. 3 through Feb. 28; 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Where: Middle school campus
Who: All sixth through eighth grade students
Cost: $180                                                                                             

We will explore string art, tie dye and melted crayon canvases – to name just a few. We will create a space for creations based on participants' interests. This is a community group that encourages individuality and personal creativity. 

MakerSpace Saturdays! (Open Art Studio)

When: Two Saturdays with two sessions on each date
           Jan. 20: 9:30-11:30 a.m., grades pre-k-4/ 12:30-2:30 p.m., grades 5-8
           Feb. 10: 9:30-11:30 a.m., grades pre-k-4/ 12:30-2:30 p.m., grades 5-8 

Where: Lower school campus
Who: All pre-k through eighth grade students
Cost: $20 per session preregistration/ $25 drop-in

Join us for a two-hour session of hands-on, creative play that will be a mix of all aspects of STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.  A MakerSpace is an environment that fosters enthusiasm for learning, student confidence, collaboration, and creative problem solving. Seabury's awesome MakerSpace was established three years ago and has become an integral, exciting part of our curriculum at all grade levels.
*Children in pre-k through first grades must be accompanied by parent or guardian.
*A MakerSpace usage waiver form needs to be filled out before students attend.
*Financial aid not available for MakerSpace Saturdays.


Register HERE!


Financial aid is available. Apply HERE.

*Financial aid application deadlines:

 Winter Break Camps - Dec. 8

 Winter@Seabury classes - Dec. 26

 



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