We are offering four weeks of camp this summer for children in rising second grade to fifth grade. These camps are open to all children whether or not they are enrolled at Santa Fe Waldorf School.

June 4-8, 2018 - Registration is Closed for Week One
June 11-15, 2018 - Registration is Closed for Week Two
August 6-10, 2018 - Registration is Closed for Week Three
August 13-17, 2018 - Registration is Closed for Week Four

9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Before care (8:00 am - 9:00 am) and after care (3:00 pm-5:30 pm) is available.

Week Camp = $250 (early registration by April 24, 2018), $300 (registration after April 24, 2018)
Before Care 8:00 am - 9:00 am (full week option only) = $30
After Care 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm  (full week option only) = $75

Cancellation Policy
Cancellations need to be made 10 business days prior to the start of the event or a 20% cancellation fee
will be incurred.


Location & Pick-up/Drop-off
While the camp program utilizes many of the buildings and outdoor spaces on the school's wooded 13-acre campus, it uses the high school building as its primary space. Pick-up and drop-off both occur at the high school building, accessed by making an immediate left at the driveway entrance and parking in one of the two available parking lots. All children must be signed in and out each day by an authorized adult.

View SFWS campus map.

Snacks & Lunch
All campers are to arrive at camp each day with a healthy lunch, full water bottle and two snacks in a bag or basket clearly marked with the camper's name. Perishable food items should be stored with an ice pack in an insulated bag. Sodas and candy are not allowed at camp. While some camp weeks may include preparing and enjoying foods as part of the curriculum these are not to take the place of snacks and lunch from home. Parents must indicate any camper food allergies and/or sensitivities during the registration process. Please note that the Santa Fe Waldorf School is a peanut-free campus due to life-threatening allergies to peanuts among our school community. No snacks or lunch items containing peanuts are allowed on campus at any time. 

Camp Shirts
All campers receive an awesome Santa Fe Waldorf School Summer Camps t-shirt on their first day of camp! Campers are encouraged to wear their camp t-shirt each day and parents are asked to indicate their child's t-shirt size during registration.

Other Questions?
Contact our Camps Coordinator, Leigh Patton at: lpatton@santafewaldorf.org

Each week there will be the Camp  Coordinator, 2 Counselors and 2 CITs. (Teen Counselors in Training)

Camp Coordinator: Leigh Patton

I chose Waldorf when I heard there was an education that encompasses happy hands, heart, and mind…. I was hooked right then and there.

Leigh Patton holds a Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis in painting from Western State University of Colorado. She has been a Handwork teacher at the Anchorage Waldorf school for four years while also directing the after-school program. For the past six years, she has directed the summer camp at Anchorage Waldorf School. She studied the educational foundations of Waldorf education and the fiber arts at Rudolf Steiner College and is now studying art therapy and counseling at Southwestern College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Ms. Patton is an interdisciplinary artist and finds joy in being in nature.


June 4-8 | Camp Week 1
HeART Week
Dive into discoveries about different famous artists while nurturing your own creativity! We’ll move muscles, play music, and create unique artworks from new materials every day. An epic art history lesson through hands-on activities awaits; with the overall aim of helping every camper realize that art is a matter of the heart.

June 11-15 | Camp Week 2
Travel the World in Five Days!
World-traveling counselors take campers on a week-long journey to discover new territory. Learn more about three different countries - Nepal, Mexico, Peru - through explorations of geography, culture, festivals, games, art and by cooking amazing food!

August 6-10 | Camp Week 3
Fantastic Fiber Fun
Through exciting hands-on activities campers learn the ins and outs of fiber. From natural indigo dying to felting and knitting, we’ll explore the culture and story of cloth with the greater message that it takes many small threads to create a strong community.

August 13-17 | Camp Week 4
Repurpose, Reimagine and Recycle
What inspirations are waiting to be awakened from a wide variety of materials too exciting to recycle just yet? Learn about sustainability, our fragile environment and how to create art from just about anything! Bring interesting (or not so interesting) recyclables and we’ll build a wonderful week of turning well-known objects into beautiful creations.


8:00-9:00 am - Before Care

9:00-9:30 am - Arrival/Free Play

9:30 am - Morning Circle: Greeting, Verse, Day Schedule, Songs, Rhythms, Games

9:45 am - Morning Activity 1 - themed

11:00 am - Snack/Free Play

11:30-12:30 pm - Morning Activity 2 - themed

12:30-1:30 pm - Lunch/Free Play

1:30-2:30 pm - Afternoon Activity 3 and/or Group Game

2:30-2:45 pm - Closing Circle: Check In, Story, Songs, Closing Verse, Gratitude

2:45-3:00 pm - Clean Up/Pick Up

3:00-5:30 pm - After Care