Camp Co-op: Make, Learn, & Grow

Welcome to Camp Co-op, a full day camp for first through sixth graders. Spend the summer exploring nature and the world, learning about different cultures, developing new skills, making friends, and having fun.

Summer camps are open to children entering first grade through sixth grade.

What Your Kids Will Experience

Each week of camp will have a theme, but every week will include the following activities:

  • Kids running a store to raise funds for a local food pantry
  • Tons of outdoor time in our vast wooded playground
  • Arts & crafts indoors and out
  • Water play
  • Celebrate cultural diversity
  • Games & movies

Camp Details

Camp Hours

  • Weekly starting Monday, June 4 – Friday, August 10
  • 7AM – 5:45pm Monday – Friday
  • Camp activities 9AM – 3PM
  • No camp on Wednesday, July 4th

Additional Forms

Additional forms will be emailed after completing registration.

Payment Policy

  • $175 per week non-student
  • $155 per week current student
  • Register before March 15th to get the $155 rate
  • A $100 non-refundable deposit fee is due with registration (fee will be applied to tuition cost)
  • No credit for days missed
  • Balance due 7 days prior to the first day of camp

Cancellation Policy

The full week’s tuition will be charged if a written cancellation notice is not received by the treasurer two weeks prior to the first day of camp.

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Have summer camp questions or need help enrolling? Please email us at

Summer Schedule

Week 1: June 4 - 8 Garden Week

Experience the joys of gardening! Help plant a new shade garden in our back yard, plant a window sill herb garden to take home, learn about plants and some fun garden-related crafts.

Week 2: June 11 - 15 People of Peru

During this week, we will travel through time to learn about the Inca Empire as well as the modern people of Peru. Come make Incan masks and Peruvian Gourd art with us as we explore this country's rich culture through crafts, traditional games, stories, and a field trip to El Museo Latino. 

Week 3: June 18 - 22 Soccer & Volleyball Camp

Join us for a week of games related to soccer and volleyball. Ms. Emily (soccer) and Ms. Alex (volleyball) will introduce campers to games that teach basic soccer and volleyball skills. Learn how to kick, block, do a header, pass, set, hit and serve for a week of sports at the Co-op.

Week 4: June 25 - 29 Science Week

Explore and learn about science from a different angle each day - balloons one day, lemons another, flowers one day, water another. Make hypotheses and do experiments to find out if you are right.

Week 5: July 2 - 6 Arctic Tribes & the Aurora Borealis

You may have heard of the Northern Lights, but how much do you know about them? What causes them? This week, we'll explore the beauty of the Northern Lights and the tribes that live in the Arctic circle. 

Week 6: July 9 - 13 Weaving Week!

Students will learn all about looms by visiting a studio and building their own versions using nature, paper, and yarn. It's all capped off by making a giant "human loom" with all their fellow campers.

Week 7: July 16 - 20 Aboriginal People of Australia

Together, we will learn about the first people of Australia by taking a look at their art, mythology, and music. Come make a didgeridoo with us! 

Week 8: July 23 - 27 Needlework Camp

Join us for a fun week exploring the traditional needlework crafts of knitting, crocheting, sewing, needlepoint and embroidery. We will knit a scarf, crochet a dish cloth, and sew a stuffed animal.

Week 9: July 30 - Aug 3 Carnival Week!

Spend the week planning and preparing for a Friday afternoon carnival you can invite your friends and family to attend. Build games for them to play & create prizes for them to win.

Week 10: Aug 6 - 10 Community Service Week

Explore the importance of community service and how you can make a difference. Spend the week giving back to the school, neighborhood and community. Highlight of the week will be a field trip to a grocery store to buy food with the money we made from our store and carnival through the summer and deliver the food to a food bank.

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Please complete one enrollment form for each student.

Registration will be confirmed when you provide a check for the $100 deposit payable to Montessori Co-op School. Checks can be mailed or provided in-person to Emily Huyck.

Call 402.345.2001 or via email at if you have questions.

  • Invoices will be emailed