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Bear Creek School summer camps open to all ages

A future fashion designer? Bear Creek School summer camps offer kids a variety of life-skills-based education opportunities.

 

REDMOND—The Bear Creek School is once again offering an amazing array of summer camps, all open to the general public. Registration opened Feb. 3 and will close when each camp is full. 

Bear Creek offers four unique categories of camps: Sports and Athletics, Science and Technology, Arts and Crafts, and Academic and Life Skills. Full-week camps with half-day and full-day options begin June 15 and run through July 31. 

Bear Creek offers a large number and variety of camps here on the Eastside—there are nearly 30 camps to choose from, so there is something for everyone. All ages are welcome. Students entering preschool through high school are invited to sign up. 

Experienced, qualified, and inspiring teachers and coaches who are passionate about what they do and love working with students teach all Bear Creek camps. 

Most of our camps are held at our Redmond Campus on Union Hill, a truly fabulous venue offering top-notch athletics, arts, and classroom facilities. For the fifth year, Bear Creek is partnering with KidsQuest Children’s Museum offering a range of fun, hands-on STEAM camps for younger children at our Valley Campus near Perrigo Park including Kooky Concoctions, Nuts About Nature, Engineering Adventures, and Fun with Forces.

Bear Creek Summer Camp’s goal is to provide an exceptional, experiential education in a fun and nurturing environment that will enable students to discover and pursue their passions. Your child will have a blast.

For more information about or to enroll in Bear Creek Summer Camp go online to www.tbcs.org/summer. All campers who sign up by June 1 will receive a free Bear Creek Summer Camp T-shirt. Ryan Byram, Summer Camp Director, may be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (425) 898-1720 ext. 340.

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