Summer Camp at WSL
Summer Camp at the Waldorf School of Lexington is an engaging program for the mind, body, and spirit of children entering kindergarten through grade 5. The program is led by Amanda Boyler, who brings a wealth of experience from her role as camp director at the Aurora Waldorf School, and is open to all families, both within and beyond the WSL community.
Parents can choose three individual weeks of full days (grades 1–5) or half days (K–2 only), with optional early drop-off. Consistent with the mission of WSL, the program aims to cultivate in each child a sense of wonder and curiosity for the natural world, creativity, collaboration with others, and confidence to engage in new experiences.
The program offers unique crafts, group games, hiking, and nature-based play on campus and in the nearby meadows and forest. Mixed-age groups provide a welcome chance for new and lasting friendships across the grades. And true to the Waldorf ethos, we'll have fun rain or shine, so keep those rain boots handy!
Week 1: June 19–June 23
Week 2: June 26–June 30
Week 3: July 3–July 7 (no camp July 4)
Hours and Costs
Half day: 8:30–12:30 $350/wk (entering K–2 only)
Full day: 8:30-4:30 $530/wk (entering grades 1–5)
Early drop-off: 8:00–8:30 $75/wk
If you are registering more than one child, please include all information in this form.
Amanda taught at the Aurora Waldorf School and served as the director of their summer camp program. She is currently WSL's 4th grade assistant and a substitute across the grades.
Mary is a Waldorf trained early childhood teacher who has taught nursery and kindergarten for many years at the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm.
Susan is WSL’s 1st grade afternoon teacher, social inclusion teacher, and school librarian.
Each camp group will also have an assistant and several counselors in training.