Sign In

Summer Camp 2016

​​​​​​

We provide a wide variety of summer camp programs from Athletics to Specialty camps, this is the place to come and have fun! Camps are for youth entering K-12th grade in fall of 2016. Programs are designed to be fun, educational and to foster a variety of social skills. Each camp is age-specific, and field trips vary according to the week's theme. View 2016 brochure.

Please contact the following staff with questions or concern regarding summer camp programs:

Summer Day Camp Programs (K-5th Grade): April Clark, Program Director aclark@positiveplace.org
Challenger Camp (6th-8th Grade): Max Ortiz, Teen  mortiz@positiveplace.org
CIT Program (9th-12th Grade): April Clark, Program Director aclark@positiveplace.org Athletic Camp
Athletic Program (1st-8th Grade) : Shedrick Nelson, Athletic Director snelson@positiveplace.org
STEM/Specialty Camp Programs (1st-5th Grade): Lori Ross, STEM Enthusiast lross@positiveplace.org
Drop-In Program (K-12th Grade): Devon Criswell, Education Director dcriswell@positiveplace.org

Summer Camp Registration opens March 15, 2016

Registration & Payments
A non-refundable, non-transferable deposit of $10 is required at the time of registration for all NSBGC Camps. Please complete the following forms and return to Club to complete your registration:

Emergency Field Trip Form
Club Rules & Anti-Bullying
Parent/Guardian Handbook
Medication Form (If needed)
Scholarship Application (If needed)

Refund Policy- All refund requests must be submitted in writing to ns@positiveplace.org  prior to the start of a program. No refund requests will be processed after a program has begun.  A 10% processing fee will be incurred for requests submitted 10 business days prior to the start of the program.  A 50% processing fee will be incurred for requests submitted after 10 business days before the program.

Scholarships- If you're interested in applying for a scholarship please complete the Scholarship form and return it to the Club with the correct documentation

Summer Day-Camp -Voyagers Summer Camp K-1st Grade

Join us this summer for adventures, explorations and fun!  Our Voyager Campers will enjoy 2 days at the Club, 1 or 2 days at nearby parks and one day going on field trips. Club days will include: cooking projects, science projects, dramatic play, arts and crafts, active options, and environmental education.

General Information:
TIME: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Field Trips 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
WHO: Members entering K-1st grade in the fall of 2016
COST: $160 per week
LOCATION: NSBGC

Check out our weekly themes and activities*:

Week  1: June 27- July 1: Sun-Sational Summer: Bowling, Green Lake, Greenwood Park

Week 2: July 5-8: Fun and Fitness: CLOSED MONDAY JULY 4 Bitter Lake Park, Playdate Seattle, Green Lake Wade Pool

Week 3: July 11-15: Nifty Northwest Nature: Seattle Center, Seattle Aquarium, Green Lake Mini Putt

Week 4: July 18-22: Magical Mysteries: Sandel Park, Seattle Storm Game, Green Lake Wade Pool

Week 5: July 25-29: Backyard and Beyond: Seattle Re-Creative, Woodland Park Zoo, Green Lake Playground

Week 6: Aug. 1-5 Anchor's Away: Sandel Park, Ballard Locks, Green Lake Wade Pool

Week 7: Aug. 8-12 Aquatic Adventures: Bitter Lake Park, North Acres Splash Park

Week 8: Aug. 15-19: Summer Sizzle: Seattle Center Playground, Seattle Science Center, Green Lake Playground

Week 9: Aug. 22-26 Fantastic Finish:  Seattle Mariners Game, revisiting our favorite places!

*Field trips may change due to unforeseen circumstances

 

Summer Day Camp - Explorers Summer Camp 2nd-3rd Grade

Join us this summer for adventures, explorations and fun!  Our Voyager Campers will enjoy 2 days at the Club, 1 or 2 days at nearby parks and one day going on field trips with our 2nd and 3rd grade group. Club days will include: cooking projects, science projects, dramatic play, arts and crafts, active options, and environmental education.

General Information:
TIME: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Field Trips 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
WHO: Members entering 2-3rd grade in the Fall of 2016
COST: $170 per week
LOCATION: NSBGC  

Check out our weekly themes and activities*:

Week  1: June 27- July 1: Sun-Sational Summer: Seattle ReCreative, Bowling, Green lake Playground

Week 2: July 5-8: Fun and Fitness CLOSED MONDAY JULY 4 Roller Skating, Ice Skating, Green Lake Wade Pool

Week 3: July 11-15: Nifty Northwest Nature: Seattle Aquarium, Farm, Green Lake Playground

Week 4: July 18-22: Magical Mysteries: Lincoln Park, Seattle Storm Game, Green Lake Wade Pool

Week 5: July 25-29: Backyard and Beyond: Sail Sandpoint, Woodland Park Zoo, Green Lake Playground

Week 6: Aug. 1-5 Anchor's Away: Golden Gardens, Rock Climbing, Green Lake Wade Pool

Week 7: Aug. 8-12 Aquatic Adventures: Henry Moses Aquatic Center, North Acres Splash Park

Week 8: Aug. 15-19: Summer Sizzle: Seward Park, Seattle Science Center, Green lake wade pool

Week 9: Aug. 22-26 Fantastic Finish:  Seattle Mariners Game. revisiting our favorite places!

*Field trips may change due to unforeseen circumstances

 

Summer Day Camp - Adventurers Summer Camp 4th-5th Grade


website 4 5 adventurers.jpgJoin us this summer for adventures, explorations and fun!  Our Adventure Campers will enjoy one day at the Club, 1 or 2 days at parks and 1 or 2 field trips! Club days will include: cooking projects, science projects, arts and crafts, active options, and environmental education.

General Information:
TIME: 7:00 am—6:00 pm Field Trips 9-3 pm
WHO: Members entering 4-5th grade in the Fall of 2016
COST: $180 per week
LOCATION: NSBGC
 
Check out our weekly themes and activities*:

Week  1: June 27- July 1: Sun-Sational Summer: Roller Skating, Ice Skating, Carkeek Park

Week 2: July 5-8: Fun and Fitness CLOSED MONDAY JULY 4 Rock Climbing, Seattle Center Playground, Wallingford Playfield

Week 3: July 11-15: Nifty Northwest Nature: Farm, Green Lake Swimming, Discovery Park, Bite of Seattle

Week 4: July 18-22: Magical Mysteries: Museum of Flight, Seattle Aquarium, Lincoln Park

Week 5: July 25-29: Backyard and Beyond: Seattle Center Fountain, Camano overnight camping (Thursday to Friday) extra $15 fee for overnight

Week 6: Aug. 1-5 Anchor's Away: Tacoma Rainiers, Pikes Place Market, Golden Gardens

Week 7: Aug. 8-12 Aquatic Adventures: Henry Moses Aquatic Center, Matthew's Beach, North Acres Splash Park

Week 8: Aug. 15-19: Summer Sizzle: Sail Sandpoint, Mini Putt, Seward Park

Week 9: Aug. 22-26 Fantastic Finish:  Evergreen State Fair, revisiting our favorite places!

 

Challenger Summer Camp 6th-8th Grade website teen.jpg

Join us this summer for adventures, explorations and fun! Our teens will enjoy 1 day at the Club, and will spend the rest of the week on field trips and at parks! Club days will include: cooking projects, science projects, arts and crafts, active options, and environmental education.

General Information:
TIME: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. 
WHO: Members entering 6-8th grade in the fall of 2016
COST: $190 –$215 per week
LOCATION: NSBGC

Check out our weekly themes and activities*:

Week  1: June 27- July 1: Wave "Hello" to Summer- Lincoln Park, Wild Waves, Pike's Place Market

Week 2: July 5-8: Watch Out FOUR Fun! Golfing, Roller Skating, Seattle Fountain CLOSED MONDAY JULY 4

Week 3: July 11-15: Fort Flagler Fun (3 day, 2 night camping trip), Bite of Seattle

Week 4: July 18-22: Cool Runnings: Ice Skating, Golden Gardens, Field Day

Week 5: July 25-29: Survivor: Camano Island Style (4 day/3 night camping trip), Green Lake

Week 6: Aug. 1-5: The Great Outdoors: Rock Climbing, Seattle Arboretum Lawn Bowling

Week 7: Aug. 8-12: Boats a Float: Sail Sandpoint, Luther Burbank Park, Carkeek Park

Week 8: Aug. 15-19: All Around Town: Paint the Town, Alki Beach, Mall/Movie

Week 9: Aug. 22-26: That's a Wrap: Vote on favorite fieldtrips and do it again!  

*Field trips may change due to unforeseen circumstances

 

Counselor in Training Program

 cit photo web.jpgFor members entering the 9th-12th grade in the fall of 2016—Are you in high school and looking for a place to volunteer and give back to your community? Look no further—this is the program for you! CITs learn essential skills in the area of child development, job readiness and human services. CITs are required to go through a two-day training where they will learn the fundamentals of working with kids.

Expectations: We ask that members do at least two weeks of the CIT program. Hours: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. M-F. 

Orientation: Tuesday June 21 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.

After members have completed the CIT program, they will receive: a letter of recommendation; a certification of 60 hours of community service; and crucial job skills in the youth development field. ​​​

Must have a current Boys & Girls Clubs of King County membership to participate in program.

 

Athletic Camp 2016

General Information: 

TIME: 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.
WHO: Members entering 1st-5th grade in the fall of 2016
COST: $150 per week
LOCATION: NSBGC Field or Gym

​Check out our weekly themes and activities*:

Week-1 Soccer Camp/ June 27 - July 1 -Basic Soccer skills, teamwork and the importance of work ethic for the week.

Week-2 Hockey Camp/July 5 - July 8 -Basic Hockey skills, teamwork and the importance of work ethic for the week.

Week-3 Basketball Camp/ July 11 - July 15 -Learn Basic basketball skills, teamwork and the importance of work ethic for the week.

Week-4 little Dribblers Basketball Camp/ July 18 - July 22 -Fun drills, awesome prizes and games at the end of each camp.

Basketball. Seattle Storm Basketball Game July 20.

Week-5 All Sports Camp/ July 25 - July 29 -We will do Basic skills of each sport which will be. Basketball, Football, Soccer, hockey and baseball.  

Week-6 P.E Camp/Aug 1 - Aug 5 -Members will get to play their favorite P.E games and win awesome prizes. -Tacoma Rainer's Baseball Game. Aug 2.

Week-7 Basketball Camp Middle School/High school/Aug 8 - Aug 12 -Members will learn intense basketball skills, and the importance of work ethic for the week.

Week-8 Flag Football Camp/Aug  15 - Aug 19 -Members will be on teams where they will learn how to pass, catch, run and play.

Week-9 Field Sports/Aug 22 - Aug 26 -Members will learn Basic Baseball/Kickball skills, teamwork and the importance of work ethic for the week.​

STEM/Specialty Summer Camps


General Information: 
TIME: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
WHO: Members entering 1st-5th grade in the fall of 2016
COST: $100 per week
LOCATION: Denise Hunt Town Homes, next to NSBGC.
MORENING CARE: $50 (7 a.m.-10a.m.)

Check out our weekly themes and activities*:

Week  1: June 27- July 1: Ready, Set COOK!: Get ready to have fun as we cook all week and learn about culinary science! Campers will make fruit parfaits, pizzas, cakes, and much more! We will also visit a professional kitchen and make some delicious treats!

Week 2: July 5-8: CSI Week CLOSED MONDAY JULY 4th: Join us as we solve  a mystery at the Club by dusting for finger prints, communicate through special coding, dissect DNA from a strawberry and much more! We will have a visit from a police officer and visit the Pacific Science Center!

Week 3: July 11-15: Art Mania!: Join us as we have fun creating art! Campers will make tie dye, mosaics, and paint, create a mural in the Club garden and end the week with a trip to Re-Creative in Greenwood!

Week 4: July 18-22:Lego Camp!: Join us as we build and create with Lego WeDo kits. Campers will build moving soccer players, catapults and much more!

Week 5: July 25-29: NO CAMP

Week 6: Aug. 1-5: NO CAMP

Week 7: Aug. 8-12: Water Works: Campers are sure to have fun with water this week as we make boats and float them at Green Lake, visit a splash park, make a rain clouds and much more.

Week 8: Aug. 15-19: Bugs, Plants & Dirt: Get ready to have fun with dirt as we make our own worm bins with Seattle Tilth, look for bugs in the garden, visit the Woodland Park Zoo to check out Zoodoo and end the week at a park!

Week 9: Aug. 22-26: The Great Outdoors: Get ready to spend the last week of summer outside! We will plant in the Club's garden, make boot planters, visit Golden Gardens for a BBQ & end the week with a trip the Arboretum. 

*Field trips may change due to unforeseen circumstances


Summer Drop-in Program


General Information: 
TIME: 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
WHO: Members entering K-12th grade in the fall of 2016
COST: FREE with membership

Join us as we play small and large group games, create art, eat a healthy snack and even play in the garden with the Club chickens! Members are sure to have fun as we break into age appropriate groups (K-1st, 2nd-3rd, 4th-5th & teens) and rotate through the Club. Come for one afternoon or have your child sign in everyday after camp. Please read the drop-in policy in our Parent/Guardian Handbook.