Compass Montessori Summer Program 2019

What’s New This Summer?

We are offering a great flexible summer program for 8 weeks!!

We are focusing our program for children 3 years old to entering 6th grade in order to ensure developmentally appropriate activities (children must be 3 by June 3rd to attend our program).


DATES: Session I: June 3rd – June 28th

Session II: July 8th – August 2nd



Full Day (8:15am-4:15pm) $210.00 per week

Half Day (8:15am-12:15pm) $150.00 per week

Before and After Care $80.00 per week

After Care only (4:15pm – 5:45pm) $50.00 per week

Before Care only (7:15am – 8:15am) $35.00 per week

Drop in for 1 day $65.00 per day

2 days per week $90.00 per week

3 days per week $145.00 per week

4 days per week $210.00 per week

Drop in Before Care $8.00 per day

Drop in After Care $15.00 per day

Full day with BC & AC $1,100 per session


Every week will be theme based with activities taught by teachers from both of our campuses along with fabulous enrichment programs brought to our school. On Wednesday’s, the children will walk to the Wheat Ridge Rec Center to swim from 9:30-11: 30 am and then walk back to the school to enjoy a picnic lunch.

All children’s house children (3, 4, and 5-year-olds) MUST be fully potty trained, as we are not a facility that is licensed for diaper changing. We will provide a daily nap/rest time for the 3 & 4 yr old children. If you do not want your child to nap we will provide a waiver. A morning and afternoon snack will be provided; children will need to bring a sack lunch daily. We will make every effort to accommodate dietary allergies based on your child’s needs. Please speak with Amy directly if your child should have dietary needs.

If you are interested in attending our program please fill this form and return it to Amy Ball. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Amy Ball at 303-420-8288 ext 1230, 303-808-1998, or Once the deposit and form are received then your spot is confirmed in our program. Spaces are offered on a first come first serve basis.

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