Families choose Bright Lights for a range of reasons. Many like the variety of camps that match with a student’s specific interest. Others appreciate the hands-on, minds-on learning approach in a safe environment. Still other families use Bright Lights as a great way to keep students active and busy all day. How, you ask? Read on to learn more!
There are two options for a full day of learning:
- The first is to choose one of our full-day camps, offered during Program Weeks 4 and 5.
- The other utilizes our Lunch Care option (available during Program 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!
Here’s an example schedule for a 2nd grade student using the Formula for Fun:
During Program Week 1, Maddox takes Pokémon® Art: Gotta Draw’em All beginning at 9:00 AM (drop off as early as 8:45), has a supervised lunch period when that camp is over and then heads to Be a Star in the afternoon until 4:00 PM.
In addition, Before Care is available beginning at 7:30 AM at Roper Elementary during Program Weeks 1, 4 and 5 if you need to start your day a bit earlier.
No matter what you choose, you can rest easy knowing your summer adventurer is busy, challenged and surrounded by caring teachers and volunteers all day.
Registration opens online March 5 at 8:00 AM at BrightLights.org, and as you register for camps you can add Before Care/Lunch Care options for one payment. Visit BrightLights.org to preview the camp schedule and descriptions (listed by week and by grade) and plan your child’s Formula for Fun!