2018 Highlights

Spotlight on STEM!

Spotlight on STEM!

This summer, MFS will offer a variety of exciting courses that let students of all ages explore the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math. Tot Scholars Coding and Robotics: Symbols and Directives Mini Scholars Invention Convention: The Design Thinking...

Meet our Summer Master Teachers – Pauline Williams

Meet Pauline Williams, one of our 2019 Master Teachers. She will be teaching "Language Arts - Prose, Poetry and Alliteration" during Week 3 for Tot Scholars (PS-PK), followed by "Storybook Art" during Week 4 and "Art and Archaeology" during Week 5 for Mini...

Week 6 (August 6-10): Junior Scholars

Week 6 (August 6-10): Junior Scholars

Rocketry and Launching Things - Deb Bruvik In Rocketry & Launching Things, young scientists began the week exploring the science behind things that fly…specifically the basic forces of flight: gravity, thrust, drag, and lift. In our first challenge they made paper...

Week 6 (August 6-10): Senior Scholars

Week 6 (August 6-10): Senior Scholars

Architectural Design with CAD - Tony Gore This week the scholars have been learning and experimenting with Cad Software to develop architectural designs. On Monday and Tuesday we began learning about the features of the software and currently, we are making our own...

 

Why Choose MFS Summer Camp Programs?

Our teachers…Our campus…Our attention to detail…Our personal touch

MFS Summer Programs offers a variety of weekly classes for children ages 3 – 17.  Spend a week immersed in robotics, Chinese language, watercolor, forensic science, Mock Trial, Scuba Diving, and more!  The majority of our Master Teachers are our own MFS teachers who are advanced professionals in their field of study.

Using classrooms, fields, courts, and resources on our 48-acre campus allows us to provide the best experience and most memorable summer for your child. Most every class is specifically designed each year with new curriculum which makes for a fun and engaging classroom session.

As a Quaker Day school, we are proud to extend those values into the fabric of our summer programming. Our weekly community-building activities are fun and offer a unique way to support each other with regard to collaboration, teamwork, and self-awareness.

Small class sizes, low student to teacher ratio…each family is cared for as part of the MFS community.

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A close-up look at courses from previous summers!

Spotlight on STEM!

This summer, MFS will offer a variety of exciting courses that let students of all ages explore the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math. Tot Scholars Coding and Robotics: Symbols and Directives Mini Scholars Invention Convention: The Design Thinking...

read more

Meet our Summer Master Teachers – Pauline Williams

Meet Pauline Williams, one of our 2019 Master Teachers. She will be teaching "Language Arts - Prose, Poetry and Alliteration" during Week 3 for Tot Scholars (PS-PK), followed by "Storybook Art" during Week 4 and "Art and Archaeology" during Week 5 for Mini...

read more

Week 6 (August 6-10): Junior Scholars

Rocketry and Launching Things - Deb Bruvik In Rocketry & Launching Things, young scientists began the week exploring the science behind things that fly…specifically the basic forces of flight: gravity, thrust, drag, and lift. In our first challenge they made paper...

read more

Week 6 (August 6-10): Senior Scholars

Architectural Design with CAD - Tony Gore This week the scholars have been learning and experimenting with Cad Software to develop architectural designs. On Monday and Tuesday we began learning about the features of the software and currently, we are making our own...

read more

Week 6 (August 6-10): Youth Scholars

American Sign Language - Kristy Davies This week started off with an immediate ‘hands up’ as the children learned to sign their names on the first day. Within the first two days, your campers have learned simple questions, responses to those questions and statements....

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Week 6 (August 6-10): Mini Scholars

Animals Along the Amazon - Andrea Bourne  We are having fun learning all about the Amazon rainforest and the diverse group of animals and insects that live there. We began the week by exploring different types of snakes, taking a closer look at real snake skins and...

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Week 6 (August 6-10): Tot Scholars

The Expansive Ocean - Garrett McVaugh It has been an exciting start to our week. The children have come to camp eager to share what they know about the ocean. They have told us that “anemones protect the fish from being eaten” and that “sharks eat stuff in the sea.” ...

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Week 5 (July 30-August 3): Junior Scholars

Design and Develop your own App - Matt Wartenberg This week Junior Scholars are learning valuable design principles for mobile applications including user interface dos and don'ts, how to improve user experience, and are getting hands-on experience building an app...

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Week 5 (July 30-August 3): Senior Scholars

Woodworking - Kevin McGuire The woodworking class started out talking about why they signed up for the class and what they have done in the past. Some wanted to build things and others wanted to learn how to use tools to help with projects around the house. Everyone...

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