Camp Co-op

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 3 – Friday, August 9
  • 7AM – 5:45pm Monday – Friday
  • Camp activities 9AM – 3PM
  • No camp on Thursday, July 4th

Additional Forms

Additional forms will be emailed after completing registration.

Payment Policy

  • $165 per week for current Co-op families
  • $185 per week for non-Co-op families
  • All registrations before March 15th to get the $165 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
  • Availability if first-come, first-served, with a limited number of spaces per week

Cancellation Policy

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

Register Today!


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

Summer Schedule

Week 1: June 3 - 7 Ancient Technologies

Explore inventions and technologies from ancient civilizations with us! Make your own compass and sundial! Through crafts and activities, we will learn about the early innovations from China, Egypt, Rome, Babylon, and Mesopotamia.

Week 2: June 10 - 14 Native American Art

Learn about the Native Americans who first inhabited this area. We will research their cultures, listen to their stories, and explore their innovations, arts and crafts.

Week 3: June 17 - 21 Coding Week

Join us for a fun week of brain teasers, puzzles, secret codes, and of course coding lessons! We will be using iPads and coding apps as well as a variety of fun ‘unplugged’ coding activities.

Week 4: June 24 - 28 The Life of Trees

Become an urban naturalist and explore the life of trees. Learn to identify different species of trees and determine their ages. Create tree inspired arts and crafts.

Week 5: July 1 - 5 Messy Science

Science can be messy and fun! Explore chemistry, physical changes, chemical changes, and the messier side of science this week. (No class July 4.)

Week 6: July 8 - 12 Messy Art

Join us for a week of extra messy art activities! We’ll tie dye, paint with food and loads of different mediums, and create projects with paper mache and clay.

Week 7: July 15 - 19 Game On!

What do games and sports have to do with STEM? We’ll explore topics such as nutrition, health, math, and engineering while exercising our bodies and our brains!

Week 8: July 22 - 26 Theater Week

Learn acting skills and performance arts through games! We will put our new skills to the test by putting on a play for the younger children and parents.

Week 9: July 29 - Aug 2 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 5 - 9 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.

Register Today!

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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