Include Bright Lights when Planning Summer Schedule

by Renee Ford

As the calendar turns to January, we know many families begin scheduling summer activities, whether that be vacations, sports camps or just weekly care for their school-age child. Bright Lights camps can meet your summer activity needs for a variety of reasons: 

  • Our camps emphasize hands-on learning and discovery. So, active learning continues to take place in the summer under the cover of fun experiences shared with friends.  
  • We take safety very seriously, and because of this, we have a comprehensive safety plan in place as well as a standard response protocol for emergency situations. We review our procedures and processes each summer to ensure we’re doing all we can to keep campers safe. 
  • There are a variety of topics for students to choose from, whether that be in art, science, robotics or language. Our younger campers can enjoy camps that give them the opportunity for some pretend play, all the while engaging in collaborative learning.  
  • We fit your schedule. With five weeks of camps offered, families have the option of half-day or full-day learning, depending on their needs that week. There are two options for those who want a full day of learning. The first is to choose one of our full-day camps, offered during Camp Weeks 1, 2, 4 and 5. The other utilizes our Lunch Care option (available during Camp Weeks 1, 4 and 5 at Roper Elementary) and follows this simple formula: A Half-Day Morning Camp + Lunch Care + Half-Day Afternoon Camp = Whole Day of Fun! Your student has a full day of learning and hanging out with new friends, and you won’t need to pick them up until 4:00 PM!  

Our schedule and camp descriptions will be posted on our website in February, so be sure to visit for the latest information. And circle March 4 on your calendar – registration opens online at 8 AM!  Keep an eye out for sneak peeks and new camp features in future blogs and social media posts!