Wellington Summer Program
Summer learning goes beyond the classroom
Registration Opens February 20th, 2023, at 6 a.m.
The Wellington Summer Program provides children in rising grades from Prekindergarten through 12th grade the opportunity to discover new talents, learn essential skills, tackle new obstacles, and build lasting friendships. At Wellington, learning goes beyond the traditional school year and encompasses many disciplines, so that your child's summer can be built around topics including fencing, drama, writing, film, horse back riding, and athletics.
View the 2023 Summer Program Guide
Register for the 2023 Summer Program Sessions - Opening February 20th.
- The 2023 Summer Program will take place across seven weeks: June 12 through August 4, 2023
- There will be no summer programs the week of July 3-7
- Online registration opens February 20, 2023 and can be accessed from this page
- Families not currently enrolled at Wellington are welcome to register students from rising grades Prekindergarten through 12th grade
- Full and Half-day programs are available 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Extended day childcare will be available
“My child leaves the school in a bright mood looking forward to the next time she will be back and that is the best thing a first time mom of an ever growing, independent child could ask for.”
“We loved the variety of programs offered and my son loved the camps so much he asked if he could go to school at Wellington.”
“My favorite part of the Summer Program is that academics could be woven into fun.”
Registration for the 2023 Summer Program will open to all on February 20, 2023 at 6:00 a.m.
- Click ‘Register Now’
- First time users, click Create an Account
- Follow the prompts on the screen to complete registration
- Pay online and submit registration
For 2023, the Wellington Summer Program will be open for all families – including those not currently enrolled at Wellington during the school year!
Yes. Payment in full is required at the time of registration.
A full refund, minus a $50 cancellation fee per class, will be given if you cancel a class for any reason prior to June 1, 2023, at midnight. After that date, we cannot issue refunds unless a program is cancelled.
For Summer 2023, we will offer a full slate of half-programs, with morning (9 a.m. - 12 p.m.) and afternoon (1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) sessions. Most weeks, it's possible to register for a separate morning and afternoon class to build a full day of care.
Yes! Neither lunch nor aftercare is included in the cost of Summer Programs, but both can be added during registration. (Simply find the "Lunch" and / or "Aftercare" session for each week of camp you wish to register for.)
Lunch is $40 per week, with a variety of kid-friendly foods and snacks prepared by Wellington's dining service, Aladdin Food Management. Lunch should only be added for students attending Full-Day programs, or both a morning and afternoon Half-Day session on a given week. Unfortunately, lunch cannot be purchased by-the-day, and cash can't be accepted on site. Students are also welcome to bring lunch from home instead of purchasing the add-on option! (Students who have dietary restrictions must bring lunch from home, as our summer food service does not have the same flexibility or options as typical school year offerings.)
Aftercare is $100 per week, providing structured, supervised childcare from 4:00 to 6:00 for students registered for Full-Day or afternoon Half-Day sessions. Students not enrolled in Aftercare must be picked up by 4:15. If you plan to use the Aftercare Program, you must register online in advance. As part of our commitment to health, safety, and capacity limits, daily drop-ins cannot be accepted.
Yes. All camps have enrollment limits to provide an optimal experience for campers. The waitlists are located at the bottom of the page on the registration screen. You will be notified via email if a spot becomes available and you will have 24 hours to accept the open spot. There is no fee or deposit to join a waitlist.
We're here to help.
Gina Spicer, Director of Experiential Learning
Nicoly Anicio, Aftercare & Summer Programing Coordinator