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Morning Classes (9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)

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  • Literature Remix (Ages 5-7)

    Instructor: Molly Daybert
    Ages 5-7 years old
    July 6-10 
    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    Students become authors in this class, as they take a classic children’s story and remix it into a whole new tale. This class is the perfect vehicle for building language and writing skills, as well as helping to develop creative thinking. We’ll be reading stories, becoming characters, finding new solutions, clarifying the values, and making judgments.
  • Exploring Delicious Stories (Ages 6-7)

    Instructor: Madison Jedlick
    Ages 6-7 years old, July 6-10
    Ages 7-8 years old, July 20-24
    9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
    $195.00 each class
    Students will hone their chef skills and create simple but delicious recipes inspired by favorite children’s books, such as Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Dragons Love Tacos, If You Give a Pig a Pancake and more. 
     
  • Games People Play (Ages 6-8)

    Ages 7-10 years old, June 22-26
    Ages 6-8 years old, July 6-10  
    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 
    $195.00 each camp
    Playground games are physically and mentally challenging and support social skills and conflict resolution. These games are also excellent in supporting healthy growth of endurance and dexterity. We’ll be introducing new games as well as playing some of our old-time favorites. Most of the games are cooperative in nature, but there may be a few where light competition is encouraged.
  • Speak ... Eat ... Spanish! (Ages 7-9)

    Instructor: Maria Lee
    Ages 7-9 years old
    July 6-10
    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    This class will focus each day on the culture, food, and language of a different Spanish-speaking country. Over the week, we’ll discuss all the ways in which countries that share the same language can really be so different. We’ll be immersed in Latin and Spanish culture this week. 
  • Out of the Box Costumes (Ages 7-9)

    Instructor: Jessilee Marander
    Ages 7-9 years old, July 6-10
    Ages 6-8 years old, July 20-24
    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    $195.00 each class
    This is the perfect class for the budding young costume designer with a rich imagination for storytelling! Every day, students will explore the art of simple costume design by working with fabric and color choices and practicing different techniques for costume construction. At the end of the week, students take home a one-of-a-kind box of costumes for future plays and at-home performances.
  • Coding Club: Game Development and Ethical Hacking (Ages 8-10)

    Instructor: Diego Ulises of hackworld.io
    Ages 8-10 years old
    July 6-10  
    9:00-12:00 p.m.
    $235.00
    Students will use Scratch 3.0 to learn about the game development process, including game deployment, version iteration, and cloud data. Additionally, students will explore ethical hacking by using the remix feature on Scratch Games. Scratchers improve their own projects, make other projects more accessible, and contribute to the Scratch community while using our "hackronym" values of Honesty, Accessibility, Creativity, and Kindness (H.A.C.K). Throughout the course, students will work individually, in pairs, and/or in teams to "ship" these games.
  • Self Portraits (Ages 8-10)

    Instructor: Stasia Smith
    Ages 8-10 years old
    July 6-10   
    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    What would a Picasso-inspired self-portrait look like? We’ll find out this week! Students will explore different artists and utilize several different mediums as they create works of art from this distinct genre. Monday through Thursday we’ll focus on a new artist and art medium each day. During the last part of class on Friday, we'll have a gallery walk so that we can support and celebrate each other’s artistic talents.
  • Space Is Big (like, Whoa!) (Ages 9-11)

    Instructor: Megan Logan                     
    Ages 9-11 years old
    July 6-10
    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    Students will explore our solar system as well as the outer reaches of space! We will be investigating the planets, stars, and other planetary objects, and students will invent new ways to share their learning with others. This is a project-focused class that allows scientists to explore areas of their own interest and design something that appeals to them as a way to demonstrate their understanding. 
  • From the Page to the Stage (Ages 9-12)

    Instructor: Jessica Low and Vanessa Miller
    Ages 9-12 years old
    July 6-10
    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    Calling all actors and playwrights! This theater class is a blend of acting, playwriting and improvisation—mixed with a large dose of fun, games and friendship. This new class celebrates the creativity and imaginations of young performers. Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of acting and how to create a compelling original scene with lively characters and conflicts to solve. Throughout a process that combines improvisation, games, and writing, students will collaborate with others in producing a series of original scenes by students. On the last day, students will perform the final drafts on stage for families and friends.
  • Video Game Music (Ages 10-13)

    Instructor: Michael Erickson
    Ages 10-13 years old
    July 6-10, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    July 13-17, 1:00-4:00 p.m. 
    $195.00 each class
    In this class, students will discover how to make their own music in the old-fashioned, retro style of 8-bit video games. Class discussion will be about the “chiptune” music genre and the history of video game music. At the end of the week, students will have their own CD to bring home featuring their created music loops.
  • Saber Academy, Saber Building (Ages 10-14)

    Instructor: Shaye Whitmer
    Ages 10-14 years old
    July 6-10
    9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    One task that a saber initiate must complete is the construction of their own metal light-up saber. Initiates will learn the elements of design and metal fabrication that can be applied to crafting their own unique stunt saber hilt with electronics. This engineering class will teach students about voltages and basic soldering skills. Once done, the saber is theirs to keep ... for use in the battle for the galaxy.

All-Day Classes and Overnight Trips

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  • Musical Theater Short & Sweet: Cats! (Ages 7-10)

    Instructors: Carly Squires Hutchinson, Piper Foster, and Melissa Maanao
    Ages 7-10 years old
    July 6-10
    9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
    $390.00
    New Program for Younger Performers! For the aspiring young performer who loves music and storytelling—and furry felines—pounce on this phenomenal opportunity to explore the musical Cats! Using their bodies, voices and imaginations, students will bring to life stories from a collection of cats called the Jellicles as they gather one special night of the year at the annual Jellicle Ball. Throughout the week, students will develop skills in singing, acting and dancing while staging scenes and rehearsing songs written by legendary composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. On the last day, family and friends will get a taste of the week in a short and sweet performance.
  • City Explorers (Ages 8-10)

    Instructor: Melaney Mayne
    Ages 8-10 years old, July 6-10 and/or July 20-24    
    Ages 10-13 years old, July 13-17
    9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.    
    $390.00 each class
    Seattle is a big, exciting city with lots to offer! This week, students will have the task of learning to navigate for a driver as well as utilizing the city bus routes. They'll learn to budget for their food and entertainment and develop teambuilding skills they'll use throughout their lives. The team will have opportunities to plan trips around Seattle, visit local markets, and try new foods, all while mapping and journaling important discoveries along the way. Our goal is for students to feel a sense of place and belonging in the big city. Students will be learning valuable life skills this week to carry with them for a lifetime!
  • Backpacking: Olympics (Ages 11-14)

    Leaders: Michelle Harrison and Ariana Ybanez
    Ages 11-14 years old
    July 6-10
    Monday, 9:00 a.m. through Friday, 4:00 p.m.
    $850.00
    This camp calls to all who seek adventure! This journey starts with one day of car camping followed by three nights and four days of backpacking and exploring the incredible, wild beauty of the Olympics. Participants will learn essential backpacking skills, play in the greatest playground, and share stories around the evening campfires.
    Notes: No backpacking experience needed. However, each student must be physically able to carry their own 30-40-pound backpack for at least five miles a day and must provide basic backpacking gear. Please contact Lindsey Porter at lporter@evergreenschool.org for a complete list of needed equipment.

Afternoon Classes (1:00 to 4:00 p.m.)

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  • Creative Drama: Magical Kingdoms (Ages 5-6)

    Instructor: Piper Foster
    Ages 5-6 years old
    July 6-10
    1:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    In this early drama class, students will travel to faraway places and explore the secrets and mysteries hidden in the walls of ancient castles. Students will bring to life stories featuring wizards, witches, dragons, queens and kings, and all the characters that are in the castles of their imaginations. Students will learn to act out a story using their bodies and voices while building skills in teamwork and taking turns. Each day is filled with stories, craft projects, games, and movement. On the final day, students will act out a story for friends and family!
  • Engineers in Training (Ages 5-7)

    Instructor: Molly Daybert
    Ages 5-7 years old
    July 6-10 and/or July 13-17
    1:00-4:00 p.m.
    $195.00 each class
    Students are solving problems this week! They’ll be designing their own creations, building them and working to use them—all using common, everyday items found in our homes. Each day, a different problem is presented, and the children will work to find solutions.
  • Oh, Snap! (Ages 6-8)

    Instructor: Madison Jedlick
    Ages 6-8 years old, July 6-10
    Ages 5-6 years old, August 3-7
    1:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.
    $195.00 each class
    In this photography workshop, students will learn the basics of using a camera and have the opportunity to enhance their skills and expand their knowledge about photography. Through fun activities such as photo scavenger hunts and stuffed animal photoshoots, students will explore different photography types, compositions and basic technical aspects. At the end of the week, each student will take home a photobook celebrating the works they’ve created.
  • Fairy and Sprite Hideouts (Ages 7-9)

    Instructor: Jessilee Marander
    Ages 7-9 years old,
    July 6-10 and/or July 20-24
    1:00-4:00 p.m.
    $195.00 each class
     Think little but dream big this week, as students build fairy-sized hideouts from recycled objects, and invent stories about magical sprites and elves. This popular class is great fun for any artist or architect who likes to create miniature homes and hideouts for imaginative play.
  • Bash 'em Bots Using Lego Materials (Ages 8-10)

    Instructors of Play-Well TEKnologies
    Ages 8-10 years old
    July 6-10     
    1:00-4:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    Students will traverse challenging obstacles, battle against fellow bots, and take on Play-Well instructors' colossal creations in the Battle Arena! Each child will customize their own chassis to become a Minerbot, a Juggernaut, or an Iron Elephant using tens of thousands of LEGO® parts. We’re applying real-world engineering and physics concepts to help bash and crash our way to victory.
  • Badminton (Ages 9-13)

    Instructor: Erik Eriksen
    Ages 9-13 years old   
    July 6-10  
    1:00-4:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    This week we will experience the fun and joy of Badminton, a sport that combines the challenges of sports like tennis, pickleball, and ping-pong. We will begin by developing the foundational skills of the sport, and really get into the swing of things as we progress toward singles and doubles matches. This camp will involve some drills and a lot of games, all while remaining physically active.
  • Fencing (Ages 10-14)

    Instructor: Shaye Whitmer                 
    Ages 10-14 years old
    June 22-26, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    July 6-10, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    Students will learn modern fencing with foil, and returning students may elect to work with saber as well. Students will actively learn fencing footwork, hand work, and blade work in a safe environment. Fencing helps to improve coordination and reflexes, and the sport introduces an element of strategy and athleticism that will aid students in a holistic view of health. Both beginning and intermediate fencing students welcome.
  • Tech Theater: Sets and Props Construction (Ages 10-14)

    Instructor: Steve Cooper
    Ages 10-14 years old
    July 6-10, 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
    July 20-24, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    $195.00 each class
    A hands-on experience for those who like to be behind the scenes of a musical production! This week is filled with design and build projects such as set construction, painting stage flats, and building props for our summer productions of Moana JR or Beauty and the Beast JR. Working with different materials, operating power tools safely, and learning paint techniques are just some of the fun activities in this project-packed theater class.
  • Dungeons & Dragons (Ages 11-14)

    Instructors: Kuran Pettiross and Jeff Lageson 
    Ages 11-14 years old
    July 6-10     
    1:00-4:00 p.m.
    $195.00
    Come join us for a week of spectacular adventure into a world of calculating wizards, indomitable warriors, verdant woods, and of course, sprawling dungeons and ancient dragons. In this class, students will learn how to play 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons. Also known as D&D, Dungeons & Dragons is a tabletop role-playing game where the players take on the role of a character of their design. These characters are a part of the world that a storyteller, also known as a Dungeon Master, creates. By the end of the week students will have made their own characters, played an adventure, and defeated the evil of the realm! No experience with the game required; this is an entry-level D&D class.
Looking for ages 4-5? We offer Preschool & PreK programs each week!

Also, check out Day Camps for school-age students (ages 5-10), an all-day alternative to enrichment classes. (Click button above.)

And for older kids (ages 12-14), we offer a Junior Leader in Training program.
Profound learning for the continuously curious

15201 Meridian Avenue  N. / Shoreline, WA 98133
Preschool Through Grade 8  •  Greater Seattle