Below you will find descriptions of each thematic week, as well as registration and pricing information.



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Summer schedule is Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM

Week One:  Step Back In Time (July 1st-July 5th)

History comes alive! As our nation celebrates Independence Day, our young historians will learn all about the early American culture.  We will tour Hill Hold Museum, built in 1769 and the home of the Bull family.  (Closed Thursday July 4th).

Week Two: Animals (July 8th- July 12th)

Let’s explore the animal kingdom! This week we will focus on all different animals, from ones that are native to those that live in different habitats.  We will take a trip to the Bergen County Zoo and visit Van Saun Park.

Week Three and Week Four: Theater (July 15th- July 26th)

The lights dim, the curtain opens, and we will learn about what it takes to put on a play! Our focus will be on bringing stories to life, and we will see a performance of "The Wizard of Oz" at the Forestburgh Playhouse. The weeks will conclude with a performance by the students.

Please note that you must sign up for both week three and four.

Week Five: Sports (July 29th – August 2nd)

This week will focus on the world of sports, and students will learn all about an array of athletic activities, as well as key fundamentals like good sportsmanship, the importance of practice, and fairness. This week we’ll take a field trip to Colonial Lanes for Bowling!

Week Six: Natural World (August 5th – August 9th)

Learn about, and experience, the natural world! This week students study ecosystems, and take a trip to the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum. While there, we will learn about “Who lives in the Pond” and it’s ecosystem.  We will also have some fun playing on the natural playground Grasshopper Grove!

Week Seven: Art (August 12th – August 16th)

This week we will explore the word of visual art! Each day we will learn about different types of art and create our own works. During this week, we will take a trip to Storm King Art Center!

Week Eight: All About Horses! (August 19th- August 23rd)

Let’s learn about horses! This week we will focus on how horses have changed the way we live.  We will learn about the different types of horses and what different jobs they can have.  This week we will visit the Harness Racing Museum.

Week Nine: Summer Wrap Up (August 26th – August 30th)

Celebrate the end of summer with a fun filled week. We’ll revisit some of our favorite activities, as well as experience some new ones. The week will end with a special party right here at Rhythm and Rhyme!

Option #1:  Current Students

-If current student has the same or increased schedule, their current tuition rate applies.

(Trip/Activity Fee of $35 will be added to your current tuition).

Option #2:

-Select one or several weeks, but not the full summer

- Fee is $295 per week

-Trip/activity fee included.

●        Before and after care available for $6.50 per hour

 Option #3:

-Full summer (10 weeks) $295 per week and get one week free.

-Trip/activity fee included.

●        Before and after care available for $6.50 per hour

Special Notes:

-No refunds: Exchange of dates may be made if room is available.

-AM and PM snacks are included. Lunch not provided.

-The days the trips will occur on will vary during the weeks, but are subject to change due to weather.

-Sibling discount of $28 per week for children enrolled in summer program for a full week.

-Three day minimum requirement.

-A deposit must be made when registering and will be applied to your first week’s tuition.  Deposits are as follows:

·         Registering for 1-3 weeks- 20% deposit

·         Registering for 4-6 weeks- 15 % deposit

·         Registering for 7-10 weeks- 10 % deposit



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