Educating the whole child and honoring the diversity of each individual from
Pre-elementary (age 3) through Grade 8.

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Summer Program


During the Summer, we offer a variety of camps to our P3 (age 3) through grade 8 students. Browse our program guide below to gain an overview of our camps and registration process. Then scroll down the page to view camps of interest.



Summer Montessori Camps


Summer Bridge Camps


Summer Camps


Summer Clubhouse Camps

Our Clubhouse Camp provides a relaxed, fun, safe and nurturing environment for our campers and a wonderful introduction to Eton School Community for new students. Every week has a theme that offers a variety of activities, crafts, outside play, rest time (for P3 and P4 full-day campers) and lots of opportunities to be active, creative, and engaged.

Week 1: 17–21 June (No Camp 19 June)

The World Around Us: Dig deeper into the things we see around us every day. Explore local geography, indigenous history and traditions, and the plants and animals we see in our backyards! 

Week 2: 24–28 June 

Pirate Fever: Sail the high seas and explore the world of pirates and creatures of the deep. Make a ship to captain and turn yourself into a pirate. Learn about what makes up the ocean blue with various creature crafts. 

Week 3: 1–5 July (No camp 4 July)

Four Seasons: Spend a year’s worth of time in just a week! Each day will focus on a different season with activities reflecting how the world looks at the time.

Week 4: 8–12 July 

Zoo Camp: Prepare to embark on a roaring, slithering, soaring journey through the amazing world of zoo animals. Learn about conservation efforts and make a difference for our planet. 

Week 5: 15–19 July 

Space Explorers: The Space Explorer summer camp provides a fun intro to space exploration. Campers will learn about space history, astronomy, building rockets, making space art, and creating their sci-fi adventure. 

Week 6: 22–26 July 

Superhero Training: Filled with obstacle courses and character workshops, students spend the week learning what it means to be a superhero, deciding the hero they want to become, and participating in fun games and activities to enhance their super abilities. 

Week 7: 29 July–2 August

Olympics: Eton School is hosting its version of the 2024 Paris Olympics this summer. The campus is turned into an Olympic village, and campers are invited to compete in Olympic-inspired games. So, let the games begin!

Week 8: 5–9 August

Beach Camp: This camp provides a distinctive blend of traditional camp activities with a beach twist, including games, storytelling, crafts, and treasure hunts, while learning about the environment. 


Full Day: 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Cost: $525.00/Week

Half Day: 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Cost: $300.00/Week

Half Day: 12:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. Cost: $225.00/Week


Summer Extended Care Camp

Summer Extended Day Camp is available for those who attend a camp that ends between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. and need childcare until 6:00 p.m.

Hours: 3:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.

Cost: $200.00/Week