Summer Camps

Summer Camp Program Description & Enrollment Process

(children must have completed kindergarten to enroll in our summer camp program)

Our Summer Camp program runs throughout the summer Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Listed below is a brief description of our program. We are a State of Ohio licensed program and a complete program description can be found in our Parent Handbook.


As a mission of the church our program is partially financed by the church and the discounted tuition for all families is $ 150.00 weekly and includes all meals (breakfast, two snacks and lunch) and field trips – there are no additional fees. Minimum enrollment during the program is eight weeks. We do not offer daily rates; therefore, tuition is due each week of enrollment regardless of absent days or days we are closed. We close one day during the summer for the July 4th holiday.

To Enroll:

At least one parent and the camper must schedule a tour; please allow a half hour for the visit. Call the director, Greg Windle, at (513) 324-2618 to schedule a tour.

Program Description:

As a non-religious educational program, we address both educational and recreational needs of children with field trips and activities structured within a themed based curriculum. We emphasize respect, responsibility, honesty, and caring through the natural course of events each day. Our activities such as field trips, class room and outdoor activities, and art activities are designed to help children develop new skills, make new friends, and most of all enjoy their summer break. Science, language, math and music skills are challenged through group times, friendly competition, and through various activities provided. Throughout the summer children prepare for a carnival and invite the preschool children to attend.

For a more complete description : SUMMER CAMP 2015 Program Description.

Field Trips:

Examples of the trips we take are as follows: Coney Island Amusement Park, the Beach Water Park, the Kids First Sports Center, Jungle Jim’s, Cincinnati Red’s Ball Park for a game, Colerain Bowl for Glow Bowling, Cincinnati Zoo, Contemporary Art Center, Dewey’s Pizza, Skyline, several trips to Graeters and Burnett Woods, B&B Riverboat Pirate Cruise down the Ohio River, Sawyer Point/Yeatman’s Cove, and swim trips to the Hanna ‘Armleder Aquatic Center Pool/Playground’ to play and swim. This is one of the City of Cincinnati’s newer pools with slides!! Two life guards and a gate attendant will be at the pool as well as our own staff members. Parents are provided with a detailed field trip itinerary upon enrollment.


Located at the church facility we have a playground, indoor gym play area, and a large class room with computers, and game, manipulative, dramatic play, science, library, TV/DVD, and block areas. There is also a large art area and an area for special art activities, lunches and snacks.