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SoulShine Summer Camps

Join us for an adventurous summer, diving into important world issues and expeditions to Atlanta’s most hip and mindful spots.

Led by experts of permaculture, homesteading, environmental awareness,  and our local foodie movement, we showcase our city’s up-and-coming gardens, farms, nature centers, and farm-to-table restaurants.

Our week-long camps feature:

  • Two field trips
  • An expert’s visit
  • Daily activities on the weekly theme
  • Two fun days at a local pool (or rainy-day adventures if needed)

Because our camp is small, children receive personal attention and experiences. Through our exploration of special topics each week, we awaken the mind and the senses, building treasured memories together as we learn from and celebrate the special places and people in our community.

Ages 5* through 12 (*4-year olds who are not currently enrolled in a preschool and who will turn 5 by September 1, 2017, may enroll in summer camp)

Camp Hours

Drop-Off: 7:30 am to 9:00 am
Camp Day: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Pick Up: 4:00 pm to 4:30 pm
After Hours Care: 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm*

2017 Summer Camp Weeks

No Events

Tuition

Weekly cost for camp is determined by the length of the day and the number of days.

Full-Time -
Pick-Up by 4pm

$250 / Week

  • Pick up 4:00 - 4:30 pm
  • Full week's attendance
  • Field trips, speaker fees & healthy snacks included.

Full-Time Including After-Hours Care

$300 / Week

  • Pick up by 6:30 pm
  • Full week's attendance
  • Field trips, speaker fees & healthy snacks included.

Part-Time -
Pick-Up by 4pm

$150 / Week

  • Pick up 4:00 - 4:30 pm
  • Up to three days per week
  • Field trips, speaker fees & healthy snacks included.

Part-Time Including After-Hours Care

$170 / Week

  • Pick up by 6:30 pm
  • Up to three days per week
  • Field trips, speaker fees & healthy snacks included.

$150 deposit is required to reserve your child’s place.

  • If your child is currently enrolled in SoulShine Sprouts or in SoulShine Homestead After School, the deposit will be drafted via Tuition Express.
  • If your child is not already enrolled, please download and complete the Tuition Express enrollment form and mail it to the address provided.

Preparing for Summer Camp

Getting Ready

Please apply sunscreen to your child each day and choose closed-toe shoes for the day.

What to Bring

  • For pool days, bring water shoes and a beach towel
  • Extra sunscreen
  • Bug spray
  • Full water bottle
  • Packed lunch (see below)
  • Extra change of clothes

Pack a Lunch
Please pack a large, healthy non-refrigerated lunch and a water bottle for each day of camp.

SoulShine is a NUT-FREE facility.

Snacks
Two healthy snacks will be provided each day (9:30 am and 3:00 pm)

SoulShine is a NUT-FREE facility.

When cooking demonstrations and food-based activities are scheduled, campers will have the opportunity to sample what has been prepared. Eating the samples is not required.

Physical Risk
Our activities are age-appropriate, professionally supervised and instructed.

Field trips could bring campers in contact with gentle livestock such as goats, chickens and pigs.

 

Summer Camps

  • No summer camps currently scheduled

Permaculture

Permaculture is a toolbox of ecological and resource-wise practices that create a more balanced and fair relationship with the earth and the people who inhabit it. By studying the patterns of nature and working with them, we become more harmonious participants in life and living. Permaculture works toward building a more regenerative landscape, and encompasses using less energy, eating wholesome, local food, involving your family in the life of the community and making wiser choices that will improve the quality of life for your family, your community and the environment around you.

Education

Summer camp activities incorporate permaculture values and awareness 

Well-Being

Campers discover how being well is enhanced with whole food and clean gardening

Community

Campers see the community through field trips, neighborhood walks & volunteer opportunities

Earth

Stewardship

Campers learn to value nature and to develop a healthy relationship with the earth and its people

Summer Camps for 2017

  • No day camps are currently scheduled