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Summer Enrichment

Get ready to learn while having fun!

HPMS student registration for our 2017 Summer Enrichment Program has begun!

2-week, 4-week, 6-week and 8-week options available!

Registration for current HPMS families is done  via in-Resonance.

If your child is not an HPMS student, you can apply for summer camp via the documents below:

HPMS Summer Enrichment Program 2017 Early Childhood Registration Form

HPMS Summer Enrichment Program 2017 Elementary Student Registration Form

If you have any questions, please email summer@hamiltonparkmontessori.com.

Our Summer Enrichment Program provides students fun and exciting themes while our HPMS teachers support students in their math, reading and writing skills. Cost includes field trips, backpack and water bottle.

Swimming, soccer, and tennis are part of the weekly activity while field trips/presenters top off an already incredible summer experience (Early Childhood and Elementary).

HPMS Summer Camp is divided into two four-week sessions.  The session dates are as follows:
Session 1: June 26 through July 21 (camp is not in session on July 4)
Session 2: July 24 through August 18

Summer Enrichment Program for Bridge Friends
The Bridge Program is open to currently enrolled HPMS children as well as those accepted for the 2017-2018 school year. Bridge campers will spend the very beginning of summer acclimating to HPMS, their new teachers, and delicately separating from their caregiver(s). Once our daily routines are in place, we’ll jump right into the fun! Our Bridge summer camp is chock-full of art projects, music classes, creative movement, outdoor gardening experiences, water play and trips to the Hamilton Park splash pad.

Early Childhood Summer Enrichment Program

Open to the HPMS community as well as the public. Children in these age groups will enjoy the themes listed below. All students will participate in art and music instruction, soccer, swim, and time in the park.

Week 1 and 2: June 26th to July 7th

Animal Experts: Students will discover the wonderful world of animals from around the globe. We will study the different types of animals, various characteristics, habitats, and more.

Week 3 and 4: July 10th to July 21st

Calling All Future Doctors: How do our bodies work?  In these two weeks, students will discover what makes up muscles, organs, bones, and, well, us!

Week 5 and 6: July 24th to August 4th

Summer Magic: Experience the world of magic, fairy tales, and make-believe with us!  Students will learn the difference between what is real and what is not, and will have a lot of fun learning various magic tricks, reading folk tales, and more!

Week 7 and 8: August 7th to August 18th

Puppets, Plays, and Productions:  It is opening night – let the show begin!  Students will learn about various types of shows as they discover the world of theatre.

Elementary Class Summer Enrichment Program 2017

Open to the HPMS community as well as the public. Children in these age groups will enjoy the themes listed below. All students will participate in art and music instruction, soccer, swim, tennis, and time in the park.

Week 1 and 2: June 26th to July 7th

Science- Explorer Generation

Students will lead research-based projects in science themes in mediums, culminating in a science fair displaying their work and efforts.

Week 3 and 4: July 10th to July 21st

Sports – Summer Triathalon

Students will design and construct an obstacle course and learn to record a running record of sports statistics. Not only will they be athletes in the events, they will also learn the journalistic side by being sideline reporters and sportswriters.

Week 5 and 6: July 24th to August 4th

Restaurant- Farm to Table 

Students will grow and pick vegetables from the school garden, prepare recipes and learn the procedures of the front and back of the restaurant.  They will design a menu with pricing, budget supplies, and total profits to learn the inner workings of the food hospitality industry.

Week 7 and 8: August 47th to August 18th

Performing Arts-  Movie Time

Students will collaborate together to write and perform a script while learning the audio, visual and editing aspects of making a movie.

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A $500 deposit for each session is required to secure your child’s space and will be applied toward summer tuition. Deposits are not transferable or refundable.

Hamilton Park
Montessori School
1 McWilliams Place, Jersey City, NJ 07302
Tel. (201) 533-1910
admissions@hamiltonparkmontessori.com