Summer Enrichment/Programs

The Journey School Harvest, Health, and Nature Camps 2019
The Journey School offers summer programming for currently enrolled students as well as community members, ages 9 - 15.
*All sessions are $225.00 a week for a full day camp 8:30 am - 3:30 pm. Drop off begins at 8:15 am. Outdoor activity is required to care and maintain our garden, farm stand, and chickens. Other activities include art, hiking, creative writing, cooking, going outs, and hands on projects.
Email Ms. Christina at cthomas@thejourneyschool.net to enroll


*Currently enrolled TJS students - 2 weeks of summer enrichment is included in your annual tuition.

Camp Name/Cost Days Description
Harvest Nature Camp June 24 - June 28 or
July 1 - July 5
Monday-Friday
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Participants will garden and harvest in our school's organic garden and create homemade treats from the garden including pickles, salsa, and salads. In addition, we will explore art in nature creating and up-cycling materials to welcome helpful visitors to the garden. Please provide a bagged lunch. Healthy snacks will be prepared.
Hiking, Yoga, and Journaling - Connecting to Self and Nature July 8 - July 12 or
July 15 -  July 19
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Join us for yoga, hiking, and nature journaling. In this session, Ms. Samantha will encourage students to be mindful of themselves and aware of their environment. Participants will hear or read brief excerpts from acclaimed nature writers, experience purposeful nature walks and hikes, and keep their own nature journals. This session will also include some basic yoga, mindfulness exercises, and philosophical discussions of our purpose in the world. Please bring a bagged lunch. Healthy snacks will be prepared.
Movement and Play in Nature July 22 - July 26 or
July 29 -  August 2
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
During each week of camp, participants will enjoy the outdoors (weather permitting) and explore games, sports, and exercise that incorporate nature and the outdoors. Students will harvest in the garden to make healthy snacks and care for the farm animals to keep their minds and bodies moving. Campers will learn about a variety of sports, physical activities, and games in a noncompetitive environment. They will learn about living a healthy lifestyle with preparing fresh food and fitness.