Summer Programs 2022
Summer Programs consist of Summer Camp for current grades K-4th and Kinder Readiness for new incoming kindergarten students.
Dates: June 6th-10th, 2022 and June 13th-17th, 2022
Grades: For Incoming Kinder (and Wait-Listed Kinder) Students Only
Students must be at least 4 years old and fully potty-trained.
Space is limited! We highly suggest registering early to reserve your space.
The Kindergarten Readiness summer program is designed to help students transition to the classroom community with ease. Students will practice fundamental skills, following directions, and learn teacher expectations. They will learn the joy that comes from learning to demonstrate self-control, build confidence through accomplishing new tasks, and start making new friends. Our teachers will model everything they will need to know about what it means to be a Great Hearts Western Hills Scholar! Students will wear the Great Hearts Western Hills school uniform as outlined in the family handbook and bring a snack.
With a unique curriculum each week, you can register for one or both weeks of Kinder Readiness to help your kindergarten scholar prepare for the exciting year ahead!
Program Hours: 8:15 am- 12:15 pm (Drop-Off begins at 7:45 am)
Cost: $159 per week per scholar plus a one-time $25 registration fee
Each week of our full-day camp will feature a unique theme for current grades K-4th with exciting activities based on the wide range of interests– science, math, art, literature, athletic skills, etc. Whether you register for one or both weeks, it is bound to be an experience to remember!
Week 1 (June 6-10): Adventures in Space
Be ready to blast off for a week full of adventure! Packed with STEM activities, this hands-on camp will give campers the opportunity to experiment with and test ideas related to constellations, the solar system, gravity, rockets, and more.
Week 2 (June 13-17): Farm to Table
In our journey from “Farm to Table,” campers will learn what it means to grow, harvest, raise, and preserve food. Campers will rediscover lost skills of farming and use science to see nature at work in our food. Campers will bring home all the natural goods they crafted at the ‘farm’ to share!
Program Hours: 8:15 am-6:00 pm (Drop-off begins at 7:45 am)
Cost: $225 per week per scholar ($250 per week per scholar after May 1st) plus a one-time $35 registration fee (Includes Summer t-shirt)
For program questions, please contact the Campus Coordinator at: Programs@GreatHeartsWesternHills.org.
For assistance registering, please contact Programs@GreatHeartsTX.org
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. Do Summer Programs provide lunch and/or snack?
No. We ask that you pack the following for your scholar for Summer Programs:
Kinder Readiness: One morning snack (we also ask that Kinder Readiness scholars bring a backpack.)
Summer Camp: One morning snack, one afternoon snack, lunch
Q. What is the dress code for Summer Programs?
The dress code for Summer Programs are as follows:
KINDER READINESS: The Great Hearts Western Hills uniform as outlined in the parent handbook .
SHIRTS: students may wear any GHA Summer shirt, GHA spirit shirt, GHA athletic shirt or any SOLID colored shirt.
SHORTS: students may wear plain, logo-free, uniform-style shorts in khaki, black or navy. They may also wear navy or black athletic shorts. All shorts must reach mid-thigh and cannot be form fitting (no bike shorts or gymnastic apparel). Uniform pants are allowed.
FOOTWEAR: students may wear plain, logo-free tennis shoes. Shoes that make noise or shoes that light up are NOT permitted. Open-toed shoes will NOT be permitted.
Q. What if my summer plans change? Can I get a refund?
No refunds will be issued after May 1st. Any refunds issued before May 1st will be less registration fees. There is a $15 change fee for changing camp dates. For questions regarding your account or registering, please contact the Billing Specialist at Programs@GreatHeartsTX.org.
Q. What are the Summer Program policies and disclaimers?
View the PDF version of Great Hearts Summer Program policies and disclaimers.