Good Morning Gloucester readers will receive a 10% discount if registering for summer program sessions at Harborlight Montessori in Beverly this summer. Harborlight’s campus is located conveniently right off of Exit 18. Summer sessions run each day from 8:30-3:00 with extended day options available from 7:30-8:30 and from 3:00-5:30.
Use code GMG to receive your discount when clicking on the second green button on the link below.
Read all about Summer at Harborlight below or by following the link.
Harborlight welcomes students from 4 months to 14 years to explore their world. Harborlight provides a safe, caring, vibrant community where independence, cooperation, and exploration are encouraged.
During the Summer Program, for older students, the adventures in learning allow them to discover something unknown about the world around them and reveal something about themselves—engaging in cooperative hands-on activities, exploring the areas of arts, science, and engineering, invest in forming new friendships.
For our youngest students it is the daily, small, independent tasks that make each day an adventure in learning— discovering the magical space of the children’s gardens, or using their little hands to squeeze lemons for lemonade.
Summer Program is open to community and is licensed by the Department of Early Education and Care.
For children in Grades 1-7, there are eight individual week-long programs that engage the students in hands-on learning opportunities with field trips and overnight opportunities, too.
This summer’s options for those students are:
This summer, Children’s House and Kindergarten students can travel the world this summer with Harborlight’s international travel curriculum, Passports! Each student will get a “passport” and earn a stamp for every continent they visit, with different areas of the world highlighted every week. Students will learn and have fun through engaging interdisciplinary projects, games and cooking activities.
In the month of July, journey through North America, learning about the countries, customs, animals and landmarks in the United States and Canada. Also, explore the largest continent in the world, Asia, learn to use chopsticks, speak and write in Chinese and participate in a mock “Chinese New Year parade”. Next, go on a safari in Africa and learn about the African animals, customs and the majestic savanna. Rounding out the month is an exploration of the language, culture and food of South America.
In August, explore the continent of Europe’s beautiful architecture, famous landmarks, rich culture and amazing food! Also, journey to the exciting continent of Australia, home of the Great Barrier Reef and tropical rainforests. Finally, beat the heat of the summer and visit the coldest continent in the world: Antarctica. Learn now animals keep themselves warm and discover the unique features of this climate and land.