Classes change each month, but always mix environmental education and outdoor recreation. Classes are designed to be active, hands-on, engaging, and interesting for all ages.
PROGRAM GOALS AND PHILOSOPHY
This program is designed for a home-school student to meet the following goals:
1. Develop relationships with other home-school students and camp staff.
2. Have fun while experiencing hands-on environmental education taught by professional naturalists.
3. Learn outdoor and recreational skills in a safe setting.
To meet these goals, we strive to have a low student to staff ratio, have the same few naturalists lead every program, and encourage students and parents to attend each month by varying the classes and having a whole lot of fun!
Questions? Call or email Heidi at 253-884-3392 or email@example.com
$33 per student ($28 if they are a YMCA member) includes lunch
9:45am -10:00am Arrive and check-in at the Camp Seymour upper parking lot
10am – 11:30am Class 1
11:45am – 12:30pm Lunch
12:30pm – 2pm Class 2
2pm Head to the upper parking lot to be picked up
September 6 - Water Day
Water is life. 75% of our planet is covered in water. Over 60% of our bodies are made of water. Experience how Camp Seymour treats fresh water as a resource with the Living Machine (an alternative waste-water treatment center that uses plants and micro-organisms to naturally clean water) and then experience water recreationally with some salt water boating (canoes, kayaks, and row boats) in Glen Cove and, don't forget your swimsuits, because we'll finish the day with swimming in our heated outdoor pool.
October 18 - Zip Line or Forest Hike
Students at least nine years old and between 50 and 175 pounds can experience Camp Seymour's zip line. Alternatively, any student can choose to spend the day encountering Camp Seymour's professionally managed forest with guided activities learning about forest ecology.
November 1 - Archery and Reptile Day
Learn about reptiles and get a chance to hold some of Camp Seymour's captive bred and rescued cold blooded critters. Then improve your bow and arrow skills at our archery range.
December 6 - Marine Science Investigations
Take Camp Seymour's famous marine science class, learning all about estuaries, plankton, tides, and the mighty barnacle. Then investigate some of Puget Sound's marine life through a hands-on encounter at Camp's indoor touch tanks.
FAQ: What is the age range?
A: Short answer 6-12
Longer answer: We have had kids of all participate in this program. Our classes are meant to be fun and interesting for any age.
FAQ: Can my 13 to 17 year-old help?
A: Yes, there is a $15 fee for teen helpers that includes lunch.
FAQ: Why is there an additional fee for dropping off my child?
A: For the saftey of all participants in our program, we maintain high standards including a low student to adult ratio. The extra fee helps cover staffing costs of extra supervision. Children 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
FAQ: How do I register?
A: Fill out the registration form. Fax the completed form to 253-460-8897 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact our office 253-884-3392 if you have questions or need help with your registration.
FAQ: Camp I bring my own lunch?
A: Yes, but please leave peanut butter and tree nuts at home.
FAQ: What's the cancellation policy?
A: Pre-payment is required to register as is non-refundable. Full credit is available for cancellations made with at least 48 hours notice.