What You'll Get
Summer camps are the best way to give kids a taste of freedom without having them lick the Liberty Bell. Ring in summertime with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $150 for summer camp program for a child aged 3-6: week of June 9th ($325 value)
- $150 for summer camp program for a child aged 3-6: week of June 16th ($325 value)
- $150 for summer camp program for a child aged 3-6: week of June 23rd ($325 value)
- $150 for summer camp program for a a child aged 3-6: week of July 7th ($325 value)
- $135 for summer bike camp for a child aged 6-12: week of June 16th ($275 value)
Learn more about the camps here. Additional camp sessions available through Green Children's House.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Registration application required. Limit 1 per child, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for week purchased. Camp takes place from 9am-3pm, Monday-Friday. For bike camp, child must provide their own bike and helmet and know how to ride a bike. Before and aftercare available for purchase. Registration required before voucher expiration date. Not valid for children currently enrolled in Green Children's House programs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Green Children's House
Green Children's House works toward a better future in two ways: by maintaining eco-friendly practices, and by doing its part in creating the next generation of environmental leaders. Established in 2008, the non-profit school has built its educational approach on the findings of Dr. Maria Montessori, making it a Montessori school.
This approach emphasizes activity-based learning, allowing children to pick up skills at their own pace instead of forcing them to join packs of street-wise cats. During class time, students aged 3 months to 10 years interact with staff members while learning about science, math, arts, and even non-traditional subjects such as gardening. No matter the subject, though, the school makes good on its Green name by using paper only when necessary and utilizing technology that adheres to the same earth-friendly philosophy.