Summer Camp

By: Montessori School of Alexandria  06/21/2016
Keywords: Private Schools, Montessori School, Montessori Education

Since we need to provide our young students with a continuum in their daily life, enrollment into the MSA summer camp is strictly open to MSA students. This applies to existing and returning students, as well as to new students, ages 3-4, enrolled for the following academic year. The program is designed to go along with the change of weather, schedule, pace, and activities for our students. The younger students (ages 3-4) continue to work in the Montessori classroom 3 mornings per week. New activities are added to the program to allow children more time outdoors. On Thursday and Friday morning, they go to the local pool. Enrollment is for either three or five days a week. The older students (ages 5-10) receive a break from concentrated academic studies, while still being exposed to activities of a disciplined nature. They have classes in gymnastics, arts, soccer, music, and go swimming four times per week. Weekly field trips are also arranged. Enrollment is for five days a week. The program consists of a 10-week session, offered in 2-week increments.

Keywords: Montessori Education, Montessori Pre School, Montessori Preschool, Montessori School, Preschool & Kindergarten, Private Schools, School & Day Care

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