2018 Summer Camp
This year’s summer camp will be full of outdoor games and activities, as well as weekly themes that explore gardening, cooking, sports, performance and fine arts! Campers will create through multiple artistic processes and mediums each week.
Camp is open to all registered DWS students as well as students from the greater Detroit area. You may register for specific weeks or the whole summer!
Textile Week: June 18 - 22
Learn the process of natural dying, build and create your own textiles through weaving, felting, knitting and crochet.
Story Building Week: June 25 - 29
Read, write and build stories. Discover the art of storytelling!
Music Week: July 9 - 13
Sing play and dance your way through this week! Learn to compose and write your own songs.
Theater Week: July 16-20
Daily theater and improv games will lead you to a performance at the conclusion of this week.
Sports Week: July 23-27
This week is all about sports and games! Learn new sports and play old favorites.
Sculpture Week: July 30-August 3
Everything 3D! We will build and sculpt with all sorts of materials from clay to cardboard and fibers to wood.
Gardening and Cooking Week: August 6-10
Maintain the DWS garden and learn new ways to germinate. From garden to table, we will learn the importance of fresh produce through tasty recipes.
Daily Camp Hours: 8 AM - 4 PM*
For Ages: Early Childhood (children must be 3 years old by June 1, 2018 and fully potty-trained)
For Ages: Rising 1st - 8th Grade
Cost: $250 per week
Summer Camp is currently full. Please join our mailing list to stay up-to-date on offerings for summer 2019.
Open to currently enrolled and non-DWS** students
Registration deadline: April 20th
*There is no extended care provided during summer camp
**Non-DWS students must provide a current physical examination and emergency form two weeks prior to session start date.
Camper drop off is from 8-9am and pick up is between 3-4pm. Campers should be dressed for the weather along with a change of clothes, indoor and outdoor shoes, swimsuit and towel, hat, sunscreen, lunch, a water bottle and a snack.
Pre-K and Kindergarten campers should also bring a small pillow and lightweight blanket with them for rest time.
Toys, candy, and electronics should be left at home. Please remember to label all of your child's belongings.