Mazemakers is a small, dynamic learning community of young people entering grades two through eight. In contrast to traditional summer programs creativity, choice, challenge, and community are emphasized at Mazemakers.
Campers tailor their own Mazemakers experience, from their courses (including computer game design, art, digital photography, and science) to their projects and activities. The camp’s size (about 80 campers per session) is just right, and the invested and trained staff members (primarily educators and college students) return each year. Campers learn by challenging themselves and each other, problem solving, and building community along the way. Together, campers and staff build a flourishing community of respect, intellectual vitality, and imagination.
Located on the Meadowbrook School campus in Weston, just off of 128 and the Pike, facilities feature computer and science labs, dance and art studios, performance auditorium, playing fields, tennis courts, and an outdoor swimming pool. Visit mazemakers.org to register.