Introducing:
Fall Camps!

What will Fall Camps look like?

 These camps will resemble our popular Summer Camps with a few changes.

Summary

All of our fun crafts, activities, games, and experiments will be back!

The Details

WHO: We are offering Fall Camps to…
all children ages 4 through 11.

CAMP SIZE: Per the State and County guidelines…
There will be a maximum of 12 campers per camp 
Campers will be divided into 2 small groups of 6.

SCHEDULE: Camp will be offered…

7:45 am to 1:00pm, Monday through Friday
1pm-3pm, Monday through Friday

Camps will be offered in 3-week blocks

Fall Camp dates:

Fall Camp #1:  August 17th-September 4th
Fall Camp #2:  September 8th-September 25th
Fall Camp #3:  October 5th-October 23rd
Fall Camp #4:  October 26th-November 13th

*Please note that we lease our facility from the Congregation Beth Shalom and are not permitted to operate during the Jewish High Holidays. This is why we are not offering camp the week of September 28th. 

TUITION

$1,200.00 per camper for the 7:45am-1pm camp
$450 per camper for the 1pm-3pm camp

SIGN-UPS

Enrollment will be via our website…
Sign up for each camp individually.
You can sign up for 1 camp or all of them!
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! (Register here!)

CAMP ACTIVITIES

Our usual camp activities will be back…

Including games, crafts, and experiments

DISCOUNT

We are providing a 20% discount to children of teachers and front line/essential workers.

Registration

Register Today!

  “Is it the same place–the one with the slide and the cookies!?”

Kate, swimmer

“We are honored to have Makai Swim School of Napa Valley join the ranks of the great schools that make up the membership of US Swim School Association,” said Sue Mackie, Executive Director of USSSA. “Our goal is to continue to provide our members with benefits that support them in their quest to deliver the best swimming and water safety instruction possible for their students. The more children we are able to reach and provide proper swim lessons for through our members, the more lives we will be able to save from drowning.”