Art Camps

Grades: 1-7

Lorien Leyden will lead art campers through several projects throughout the week! We will try new mediums and techniques while having room to explore creative endeavors! Contact Lorien at

For Children entering Grades: 1-7

Hours: 8:30AM - 4:30PM

Price: $325/week w/ $75 deposit/week

Week 2: Jun 29 - Jul 3 at Williston Central School for grades 1-4

Week 4: Jul 13 - Jul 17 - Location: The Homestead, 1475 Shelburne Rd, So. Burlington grades 3-7

Week 6: Jul 27 - Jul 31 at Williston Central School for grades 3-7

Week 8: Aug 10 - Aug 14 at The Homestead, 1475 Shelburne Rd, So. Burlington for grades 3-7

State subsidy accepted, no Part 2 scholarships available for Art Camps

Full Day Camps 

Grades: 1-8

Locations: Montpelier- Union Elementary School, Richmond Elementary School, Shelburne Community School, Williston - Allen Brook School

For Children entering Grades: 1-8

Hours: 7:30AM - 5:00PM (Please note, pick up time has changed this year)

Price: $270/week, w/ $65 deposit/week

Week 1: Medieval/Magic; Jun 22 - Jun 26; ABS, RES, SCS

Week 2: Farm to Table; Jun 29 - Jul 3;


Week 3: Time Travel; Jul 6 - Jul 10;


Week 4: Detective; Jul 13 - Jul 17;


Week 5: Community Kindness Jul 20 - Jul 24  ABS, RES, SCS, UES

Week 6: Shark Week; Jul 27 - Jul 31; ABS, RES, SCS, UES

Week 7: Olympics; Aug 3 - 7;


Week 8: Enchanted Magic; Aug 10- Aug 14; UES

Part 2 scholarships available for state subsidy qualifying families

​Part 2 Summer Camps
Registration open Feb 3 at 8:00am to May 1)

Early Ed Camps

3, 4 & 5 yr olds that have yet to enter kindergarten

Weeks of: June 22 - August 7

Location: Richmond Elementary

We are offering flexible options for your child's time with us this summer. You can choose full days 7:30-5:00, or half days 7:30-12:00. Please note that each section is for an individual week we are offering camp.  
There is a minimum enrollment of two half days per week, and then you may customize your schedule with a combination of various options that suit your needs.

Join our incredible Part 2 staff in a summer camp experience that will provide life-long memories. Our Full Day Camp center around providing fun and engaging activities that will enrich the lives of our campers.  Our staff will facilitate hands-on science experiments, outdoor exploration and investigation, team building activities and cooperative games where campers will always be learning through play.  We will offer amazing clubs that focus on a specific learning target, such as: art history, gardening, geography, news, wildlife, yoga, poetry, archaeology, etc.  Field trips and exploring Vermont are also key components of Part 2 Summer Camp.

Adventure Camps

Grades: 1-8

Campers will travel to Smugglers Notch Resort each day with Part 2 staff!  Daily activities will include swimming in the many parks, rock climbing, hiking, Ninja Warrior course and Fun Zone. 


For Children entering Grades: 1-8

Location:Drop Off & Pick Up at Williston Central School Town Parks

Hours: 8:00AM - 5:00PM

Price: $70/day w/ $25 deposit/day

Week 8: Aug 10 - Aug 14

Week 9: Aug 17 - 21

Week 10: Aug 24 & Aug 25

State subsidy accepted, no Part 2 scholarships available for Adventure Camps

Frequently Asked Questions

What grades can enroll?

Our school age camps accept children entering grades 1-8 in the fall of 2020. Due to licensing we cannot enroll incoming Kindergarten students in these day camps. We have PreK/K camp offerings at Richmond Elementary School and The Homestead, our South Burlington preschool

Why did some locations change?

We chose the locations listed in order to provide the highest quality staff and serve as many communities as possible.

Why are the UES camp dates different ? 

The dates are different to accommodate the school's construction needs this summer.

Does camp provide food/snacks? Part 2 provides a morning and afternoon snack for campers. They will need TO BRING a packed lunch FROM HOME each day. Please be sure to let your director know if your camper has any allergies so we can plan accordingly!

What kind of field trips do you go on?Do field trips cost extra?
We will travel on three trips a week. We will go swimming at a beach and Maple Street Pool each week. We will also travel to state parks, museums, and on other cool trips once a week. All field trips are included in the price of camp.

What should my child bring to camp each day?

After registration you will receive a welcome letter from your camp directors with more information and a list of what to bring.

Does the deposit come off the camp price?

Yes, the deposit is due at the time of registration and will be deducted from the total camp price.  Remaining camp payment amount will process on the same credit card used to pay the deposit on the Monday of the registered camp week.  You will receive a payment schedule from our bookkeeper after registration.

How do I cancel a camp week if I need to?

If you wish to cancel your registration, please email by Monday, June 1st.  After June 1st, the remaining payment amounts for each camp are still due.

Do you offer financial assistance?  Yes, we first request all families seeking financial assistance apply for state subsidy assistance (more info under Registration & Parent Info tab).  Families are responsible for subsidy certificates being in place by June 1st and upon receipt of subsidy certificate, co-pays will be adjusted appropriately.  

* Questions about financial assistance can be directed to