Grade 3

August 3, 2020
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Grades 1 - 6

MMS Head Monster, Karen Gorecki, is hosting a monster making workshop! Campers will learn to make all things monstrous – teeth, horns, warts, tails, drool, you name it! After this week of camp, your campers will have a ceramic hidey-hole for their keepsakes that will definitely keep sticky fingers at bay!


August 3, 2020
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Grades 1 - 3

Our Lower Elementary Montessori classroom prepares students for the adventures of the coming academic year. Providing both structure and flexibility, students pursue their academic passions through hands-on lessons in math, geometry, reading, and writing composition, history, geography, and science. Students will benefit from building on what they learned the prior year and enjoy an early introduction to new materials and lessons. They also make new friends by working alongside other students to strengthen their core academic skills.

Two-week option – – July 27 to August 7 ($422)


July 27, 2020
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Grades 1 - 4

Campers are gonna break it down with experienced teachers who will guide them through basic hip-hop moves that focus on alignment, technique, and fun! They’ll build the strength and endurance to keep up with the choreography and then come up with their own funky dance sequence. Dancing can be a great physical outlet for kids that also teaches them about technique and creativity!


July 27, 2020
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Grades 1 - 3

Our Lower Elementary Montessori classroom prepares students for the adventures of the coming academic year. Providing both structure and flexibility, students pursue their academic passions through hands-on lessons in math, geometry, reading, and writing composition, history, geography, and science. Students will benefit from building on what they learned the prior year and enjoy an early introduction to new materials and lessons. They also make new friends by working alongside other students to strengthen their core academic skills.

Two-week option – – July 27 to August 7 ($422)


July 27, 2020
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Grades 3-8

Long gone are the days of paint by numbers and shrinky-dinks; kids these days are creating most of their art digitally! And digital art isn’t just for fun, your campers’ favorite films, comic books, and video games are all created using digital drawing and painting. While the principles of this art form are closely aligned with those of traditional fine art, learning this new skill will take your camper’s artistic ability to a new level, creating images they could never achieve with paint and canvas alone. Whether your camper has dreams of becoming a professional artist or is looking for a new way to doodle, this virtual camp will introduce them to a whole new world of possibility. 

In this course, campers will learn the art of digital drawing and painting and gain a skill set that will provide them a solid foundation in achieving their dream of becoming a professional artist. 

This virtual camp runs Monday to Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m OR 12:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.

Virtual Camp Requirements:

  • Windows PC or Mac
  • WebCam
  • Stable internet connection
  • Access to Zoom Video Conferencing
  • Download and install the software (info provided one week prior to class)
  • Ability to work independently & complete follow up work

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR OUR VIRTUAL CAMPS OR VISIT BIT.LY/MMSVIRTUALCAMPS


July 20, 2020
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Grades 1 - 4

Campers will learn to bake different flavors of gourmet cupcakes from scratch and the secrets of making buttercream frosting in this camp. They’ll practice decorating with pastry bags, piping, dipping, and moldable candy clay. At the end of camp, they’ll bring their treats home to you! Campers will also come home with a knowledge of kitchen safety, how recipes work, and a recipe book of their own. 


July 20, 2020
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Grades 1 - 4

Learn to be funny and impress your friends in this kid’s comedy class. This class involves lots of practical tips – like how to use the microphone and how to stand on stage, as well as a mix of solo work, sketches, and improv games similar to what you would see on ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway’ At the end of class, campers will put on a mini-performance, for their parents, teachers and friends.


July 20, 2020
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Grades 3-8

Does your camper treat watching movies like it’s their job? It could be one day! Get them started with our virtual 3D Modeling camp this summer! Campers will learn the principles of creating the spaceships, monsters, and heroes they see in their favorite movies and games by working with digital meshes and texture wraps. They’ll explore character design, posing, and other general rules of thumb that the artists who create their favorite characters follow. This camp will let them fully realize the objects and characters of their wildest imagination! 

In this course, campers will learn the art of digital sculpture, work with digital meshes and texture wraps and other techniques, and explore what it takes to be an animator or special effects expert.

This virtual camp runs Monday to Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.

Virtual Camp Requirements:

  • Windows PC or Mac
  • WebCam
  • Stable internet connection
  • Access to Zoom Video Conferencing
  • Download and install the software (info provided one week prior to class)
  • Ability to work independently & complete follow up work

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR OUR VIRTUAL CAMPS OR VISIT BIT.LY/MMSVIRTUALCAMPS


July 13, 2020
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Grades 1 - 6

This camp explores the world of mosaics from Ancient Greece to modern-day interior design studios. Campers will get hands-on with this art form using small pieces of colored glass, stone, and other materials to create images that tell stories. MMS Art teacher Karen Gorecki and Lower El. teacher Georgia Kane will work with your campers to design and build their unique mosaic tray. 


July 13, 2020
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Grades 2 - 4

These campers will become the problem solvers of tomorrow! VEX Robots allow us to explore the world of robotics, engineering, and coding at camp. Campers will build their robots from the ground up, adapting them to compete in user-piloted challenges and obstacle courses, as well as completely autonomous challenges programmed using ROBOTC – the universal coding language of robotics!