Summer Camp 2022
Are you ready for 5 weeks of French Immersion and adventures this summer? Our in-person “camp d’été” is open to all children from 3 to 11 years old. No prior French experience needed! Our camp is a fun way to learn French while exploring the world!
Camp will be held mostly outdoors, enjoying the different fields of the Shoreline Center. Our school is located in the Shoreline Center: 18560 1st Ave NE in Shoreline, WA, south entrance.
Our camps are a combination of games, crafts, hands-on activities with lots of physical activities and time for free play.
Questions? Contact Aurélie: email@example.com
- Les Globetrotters: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (full day) – Students entering 1st to 6th grade – $425/week
- Les Voyageurs: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (mornings only) 3- 6 years old – $230/week
No extended care available. 10% discount for younger siblings.
Week 1 – Travel to the Future (June 20 – June 24)
Are you ready to embark in our time machine for a trip to the future? Campers will use their imagination and creativity to build the future, connecting the past to the future, learning about innovations and discoveries in the different scientific fields, through hands-on activities and experiments.
Week 2 – Sailing the Seven Seas (June 27 – July 1)
Ahoy matey! What do you see through the spyglass? Campers will go in search of buried treasures, meet with creatures living in the ocean and learn life on a sailboat. Get ready to dive and play with water!
Week 3 – Magical Worlds (August 15 – August 19)
Calling all superheroes, fairies, magicians, witches and wizards for a week full of surprises and mysteries. Campers will create their own fantasy world, play different characters, perform, play fantasy games and learn about epic stories.
Week 4 – Earth Scientists (August 22 – August 26)
Become a “scientifique en herbe” (junior scientist) and learn about animals, bugs, plants and how to care for the planet. Campers will get their hands in the dirt, learn gardening and cooking skills and discover about recycling and green inventions.
Week 5 – Worldwide Adventures (August 29 – September 2) – Waiting list
Grab your backpack, we are going on an adventure around the World. While learning about other cultures and natural wonders, explorers will learn survival skills, go on scavenger hunts and overcome obstacles along the way.
Our Covid-19 Safety Plan
Keeping the children, families and our staff safe is our top priority. North Seattle French School has been open for in-person learning during the pandemic, and we follow the same rigorous protocols during our summer camps. We regularly update our guidelines based on the requirements from the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) and the WA Department of Health.
Personal Protective Equipment – Currently, mask is optional in schools in WA state. We support and respect the decision of our students, families and staff members to wear a mask or not.
Health Screening – Families are required to fill out a daily wellness form before drop-off. A staff checks your child’s temperature at drop-off.
Cleaning Procedures – Campers are asked to wash their hands regularly during the day. Staff regularly sanitizes high touch surfaces and bathrooms with approved for use in school sanitizers.
Facilities – Campers do most of the activities outside. They use North Seattle French School facilities for restrooms, hand washing, for some activities and depending on the weather. Each classroom is equipped with a HEPA filtration system. The school is cleaned by a professional cleaning crew every night.