Camps are organized activities for Cascadia students provided for the following non-class days: staff days, February (Mid-Winter) Break, April (Spring) Break, and Summer Vacation (June through July).

In Camps, happy and excited students are engaged in a variety of enriching activities and experiences… from drama to martial arts… from art to science… from robotics to coding… from making stop animation videos to creative writing… from games to teamwork skills… AND MORE!

Staff Day Camps

On teacher staff days (except  on January 3rd ) camps are available from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm; approximate cost is $90 per day.  Childcare is available from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at $4 per hour.

February (Mid-Winter) & April (Spring Break) Camps

For each of these two camps, enrollment must be for the whole week, 5 days, from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm; cost is approximately $450 per camp.  Childcare is available from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at $4 per hour.

Summer Camps

Weekly summer camps are offered through the end of July.  These camps are for Cascadia students who will be entering kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth grade, and students who just graduated from our fourth grade.  Camps are not offered to students who will be entering pre-kindergarten.  Enrollment is for whole weeks only; cost is approximately $450 per weekly camp.  Childcare is available from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at $4 per hour.

“My favorite camp was Writing Camp.  I wrote a story about a dolphin.  I was super excited about Lego Robotics.”
-Kavya, kindergarten

“They were all fun.  My favorite was Coding.  We did Scratch in the morning and Minecraft in the afternoon.”
-Rajiv, grade 3

“Every camp was my favorite camp.  My most favorite was Game Camp.”
-Meher, prekindergarten

“I think the camps were amazing, entertaining, and educational.  My favorite was taking apart electronics to see what was inside.”
-Emily, grade 3

“My favorite camps were Theater and Camp Invention.  I liked Theater because we could act, be imaginative, and play fun games.  I liked Camp Invention because we could be creative and use different materials to make amazing inventions.”
-Olivia, grade 1

“I liked the Leadership Camp because we did a lot of teamwork to solve problem tasks.”
-Rishay, grade 3

“All the camps were the best.”
-Rohan, prekindergarten

“I liked Drama Camp.  It was fun to do fake acting, like hitting and pulling hair, but the cool thing was no one got hurt.  It was an illusion.”
-Meera, grade 3 

“I liked Drama. too, because I liked learning ‘stage combat’ and performing in front of the parents.”
-Ayush, grade 2

“I really liked the Electronics Camp.  I had never taken apart a DVD player.  The camp let me take apart things that my parents would never have let me take apart.”
-Shivam, grade 5