With our commitment to developing well-rounded children, the MET offers this unique summer opportunity that combines games, innovative challenges, team sports, art projects and field trips. These activities are carefully designed to stimulate creativity and improve teamwork, communication and leadership skills.
EVERY WEEK AT CAMP COROTÚ
- One Camp Counselor for every ten children
- Safe transportation to/from our destination
- Each child will be assigned to a “house”
- Our campers will celebrate and represent their “houses by competing and demonstrating the skills they have learned throughout the week
Design / Art
- Campers will engage in workshops related to stories and artists chosen to help stimulate their imagination
Movement & Games
- Camp activities have been chosen to improve gross motor skills and encourage teamwork, communication and risk taking
- The children will cultivate strong values and leadership skills through group activities, as well as develop collaborative solutions to challenging problems. These activities might include, depending on the age, tree clumbing, archery, rock climbing and slacklining.
- Each week our campers learn and perfect their abilities through participation in team sports
Camp Corotú, the MET's summer program is open to all children! MET students get registration priority until mid April, but students from other schools are welcome to apply too!
Our summer program is designated for children ages 4-12.
MET's summer camp - Camp Corotú runs for four weeks in June and July each year. Our 2016 program will run from June 20th until July 15th.
Registration to the weekly program includes: morning snack, lunch, t-shirt, hat, field trip and full access to high resolution photos of daily activities.
- A 10% discount will apply for campers registering for all 4 weeks.
- Bus service is available to and from the MET at an additional cost.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
To register, visit www.campcorotu.com and sign-up online!
Check out the fun in our Camp Videos!
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