KC Xtreme Summer Program 2022 (Grades 6-8)

Kids’ Corner offers multiple exciting programs during the summer, including our regular Kids’ Corner Summer Program (K-5) and KC Xtreme for Middle School students (completed grades 6-8), with the final week also open to rising 6th graders.

Kids’ Corner’s Summer Program upholds the same safe, engaging, caring and values-driven environment, coupled with a fun-loving, learning-filled atmosphere that has been central to the Kids’ Corner Out-of-School Time Program for over 30 years.

Grades: 6-8 (Sneak Peek Week on week 4 is open for grade completed 5th graders)

Student - Teacher Ratio: 10:1

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Stay tuned in January 2023 for dates for Summer Program 2023!

Times: 8am-5pm (varies)

Cost: Full Week - $565/week, 8am-5pm (varies)


Registration opens on January 15th to an exclusive group of Kids’ Corner families.

Open enrollment for the public begins on January 29th for non Kids’ Corner families. These families can also register beginning on January 15th, but will be considered “wait listed” until open enrollment begins on January 29th. At that time, all “wait listed” registrations on file will be processed in the order they were received prior to the official start of open enrollment on January 29th @ 12pm.

Sample Schedule

Week 1
6th-8th Grades

Week 2
6th-8th Grades

Week 3
6th-8th Grades

Week 4, 5th-8th Grades

Monday Archery Games
Central Rock Gym
Surfing Lessons
(Narragansett, RI)
Kayaking - Essex River Basin Adventures
Tuesday Water Country Palace Playland (Old Orchard Beach, ME) AMC Waterfall Hike K1 Speed
(Wilmington, MA)
Wednesday SkyVenture
(Nashua, NH)
Treetop Adventures (Canton, MA) Alpine Zipline
(Lincoln, NH)
Water Wizz
Thursday Schooner Fame - Sailing
(Glouchester, MA)
Berkshire Whitewater
(Claremont, MA)
Canobie Lake Whale Watch
(Boston Harbor)
Friday Crane BeachHampton Beach Beach & Bear Skin Neck
(Rockport, MA)
Wingaersheek Beach

Cancellation/Transfer Policies:

  • Cancellations requests received before May 1st will result in a full refund minus a 10% processing fee for each session cancelled.
  • Cancellation requests received between May 1st and June 15th, will be considered but are not guaranteed. If approved, the refund is subject to a 10% processing fee for each session cancelled.
  • No refunds will be issued for cancellations after June 15th.
  • No refunds will be issued for absences, delayed attendance/late arrival, or dismissal from the registered program.
  • Any and all transfers are subject to availability
  • No transfer requests will be granted after June 15th.

To schedule a tour and/or informational meeting please contact our Executive Director, Andrew Gentzow at [email protected].

What COVID protocols to expect during our Summer Program 2022:

Last summer proved to be a successful venture into pandemic life. We will continue many of our protocols from Summer 2021 and the 2021-2022 School Year. Here is our plan as of January 2022:

Class sizes:

We will limit our classrooms and split the groups when indoors.

Our staff:

Are all trained in COVID prevention and a majority have worked in many of the programs we have offered since the pandemic began.

Face coverings:

All students and staff wear face masks when indoors. While outside during water play, lunch, enrichments, etc. face masks are not required.

Vaccination cards:

All staff and students are asked to provide a copy of their vaccination card. This helps us to evaluate the program needs on a weekly basis.

Social distancing:

We continue to practice social distancing when applicable indoors and spend most of our day outside. When we are unable to maintain the necessary distance, teachers note where each child sits for tracing purposes.

Daily cleaning:

Staff uphold all of the guidelines from the CDC and EEC. We keep the windows open in the classrooms as much as possible and there is also nightly sanitization of every classroom and the common areas.

Field trips:

Several times a week, we hop on a bus to go on a field trip or local excursion. Children are strategically spaced out on the buses, windows are opened, and the bus is sanitized before boarding. We will also continue visiting places that are outside (beaches, harbor islands, local ponds, spray parks, etc).

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