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...
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.” ...
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...
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...
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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Japanese Art - Andrea Bourne We are experiencing Japanese culture this week by learning many of the country’s unique art forms. The art of paper folding, known as origami, is helping us to transform a flat piece of paper into everything from cranes and pinwheels, to...read more
Catch the Rhythm - Jessica Durdin This week in Catch the Rhythm we have been busy exploring all things music! We went on a listening walk, to hear the rhythm of our surroundings and shared what we had heard along with our favorite sounds. We have explored with various...read more
Food for Thought: Engineering Ice Cream - Deb Bruvik In Food for Thought: Engineering Ice Cream, scholars began the week exploring the engineering design process by taking on a number of team challenges. First, our young scientists created a Spaghetti Tower that...read more
Design of Coffee - Mike Romea This week we have attempted to create of the perfect cup of coffee. Our engineering baristas have not only analyzed a variety of techniques but have also collected both qualitative and quantitative data about their product. There can be a...read more
Fiber Arts with Handwork Day Camp - Julia Yosen Techniques learned in the Fiber Arts with the Handwork Day Camp class have included: wonder knitting, wet felting & needle felting, weaving, embroidery, pom-pom making, hand sewing, guided machine sewing with...read more
Art and Archaeology: Ancient Americas - Pauline Williams We've jumped right in to ancient America. Monday found us in caves (under the tables) doing cave paintings and we have begun a sand painting project that will extend through the week. It is inspiring to see the...read more
Artistic Endeavors - Pauline Williams Our week is off to a creative start. We really enjoyed the variety of materials used to make a collage on Monday and then looked to our illustrative skills Tuesday by drawing a bouquet of flowers (which we will paint later on in...read more
Amusement Park Physics - Griffin Kidd In Amusement Park Physics our room is undergoing quite a transformation. Since we came in on Monday morning the Summer Scholars have constructed two marble roller coasters using the concepts of potential and kinetic energy in...read more
Mock Trail #2 - Clark Thomson Summer Scholars Mock Trial week two began with a case switch. Instead of a drag racing case, our prosecution and defense took up the case Bobby Dousa, accused of drugging a basketball player from a rival school and drawing a mascot symbol...read more
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