2019 Summer Classes



Our multi-age summer classes provide developmentally appropriate activities with entertaining themes to keep children engaged for the summer months! 

Monday—Thursday  9:30am—1:00pm

3 to 5 years old

$140.00 per week

Your child will be using their imagination, problem solve, strengthen their fine motor muscles and use STEM skills as they play!  Each day your children will enjoy friends, enriching activities, creative play time and fun physical activities in the gym.  It is a great opportunity to keep your preschooler enthusiastic about learning all summer long!  

Enrollment forms are available at the front desk or a printable version is available here.

Students need to bring a sack lunch. Space is limited and classes will include: writing, literacy, math, arts and crafts, music, story time and play time in the gym.  

Sign up early to guarantee a spot for your child!

Click here for printable version of our Summer Classes


2019 Summer Classes

Week 1   A Camping We Will Go :  June 24th—27th

Pitch the tent and load up that backpack! It’s time for some camping–related learning fun!  Sing camp songs, play camping games, do nature-themed art projects and other camp activities any little one is sure to enjoy!


Week 2   Kids in the Kitchen : July 8th—11th

Your child will become a junior chef!  What’s on the menu?  A generous portion of learning opportunities served up with a batch of fun.  They will savor hands-on cooking  activities perfectly measured for them.  They will learn about what foods they like, measuring and making yummy treats.  Bon Appetite!  


Week 3   Construction Zone : July 15th—18th

Put your hard hat and safety goggles on because we are going to dig, mix, build and tear down!  Your little builder can dress up in construction safety clothes and create buildings, roads, and whole cities with many unique building materials. 


Week 4   Out of this World : July 22nd—25th

5-4-3-2-1 BLAST OFF!  Your child will be out-of-this-world for these fun activities!  Explore the sun, moon, stars and planets.  We will build a rocket-ship and take a pretend journey to outer space.  Your young astronaut will know they have come to the right place with this lift off into lunar learning. 


 Week 5   Superhero & Fairy Princesses : July 29th—August 1st

Calling all superhero’s and princesses!  Enjoy a “super” adventure with superhero and princess themed activities, art projects, and gym activities.  We will make capes and crowns and wands.  Costumes welcome, but not required!


Week 6   Super Scientist : August 5th—8th

Bring out the super scientist in your child as they explore in this hands-on, experimental “learning lab.”  It’s a week full of creative science and learning sure to be the perfect concoction!


Week 7   Imagination Station : August 12th—15th  

Does your child like art projects?  Do they like to dance or make music?  Join us for a week that is all about their own creativity and expression.  We will have fun making musical instruments and dancing.  We will paint, draw and sculpt creating priceless works of art!






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Young Learners has been such a positive experience for not only my children but for my family as a whole. We have grown to be a part of this extended family of fellow students, parents, teachers and care givers that meet daily to create a positive learning experience for our kids. The staff is incredible in their passion for learning and teaching and their compassion for young children. When I first enrolled my oldest son into the transition class I was concerned about leaving him as he had always been with me. My concerns quickly faded as I saw how much his teachers cared for him, how loving and kind they treated him and how much he enjoyed the school atmosphere where he could play and have fun while learning at the same time. This philosophy of learning through play was really important to me because I wanted him to enjoy his peers as a three year old while learning school routines, the ABC’s, social norms and age appropriate academia. I was so impressed with my first year at Young Learners that I enrolled my son in the four’s program the following year and Kindergarten last year while introducing my other son into the program through their transition class. I can’t say enough about how wonderful the school has been and how well it has prepared my children for success in elementary school. I look forward to being a part of this “extended family” for years to come as my daughter grows and begins her preschool experience.