Summer Programs

Classe Aventure

Classe Aventure
For Campers in Grades 6–9
Join us for our recently redesigned Middle School Summer Program: Classe Aventure! Students entering grades 6 through 9 in the fall are invited to join us for three weeks of total French immersion that promises adventure and discovery. Develop your French skills and your curiosity as you explore the beautiful Puget Sound area on daily field trips, centered around weekly themes.


“Everybody was so nice there, and it was really fun. We got to go outside and play, and the community was really nice.” — Milica, 2018
“I’m looking forward to making new friends and trying new things.” — Galia, 2018

2020 Themes

Week 1: La semaine d'adrénaline | Adrenaline Week (June 22–26)
Get your thrills in the elements with hiking, rock climbing, the water park, archery tag, and more!
Week 2: Les origines de Seattle | Exploring Seattle's Roots (June 29 – July 2)
This week will feature cultural landmarks and museums that highlight Seattle’s origins, including the Duwamish Longhouse, Chinatown, and a trip to Bainbridge Island!
Week 3: Seattle pittoresque | Sights of Seattle (July 6–10)
Grab your binoculars and take in the quintessential sights of the Emerald City, with trips to Pike Place, the Space Needle, Century Link Field, MoPOP, and biking at Lake Union.

Registration & Costs

Registration for Classe Aventure is by week. Receive a discount when you sign up for all three weeks!
  • Week 1: June 22–26 ($500)
  • Week 2: June 29 – July 2 ($400) (No Camp July 3 in Observance of Independence Day)
  • Week 3: July 6–10 ($500)

What an Adventure!


Ren Keller
Extended Day and Summer Programs Director
(206) 275-3533, ext. 273

Dmitri Levine
Assistant Director of Auxiliary Programs
(206) 275-3533, ext. 276

Hannah Lovejoy
Extended Day and Summer Programs Coordinator
(206) 275-3533, ext. 289