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Enrichment and Community Programs
Parker School is as rich a place after school as it is during the school day and an exciting extension to the classroom and the home experience, for Parker’s ‘Ohana and the Waimea community.
winter and Summer Keiki Camps
During both, its Winter and Summer breaks, Parker School welcomes children ages 5-12 from the whole community to attend fun-filled camps hosted on campus. Summer Camp spans seven weeks of learning experiences, which feature art, athletics, dance, performing arts, science experiments and much more. Each week campers go on an excursion that is both fun and educational. Winter Camp is one week long and features off-campus excursions. Camps are engaging experiences that allow for new friendships and memories to last a lifetime.
Summer play production camp
July 1-26, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Come join us in this four-week camp as we experience the world of Madagascar Jr. the Broadway adaptation of the popular animated movie. Campers will engage in all aspects of play production throughout the camp, including acting, music, choreography, set design, and costume design. Sign up now! Space is limited!
Parker Bulls Soccer Club
The club offers a player development program for youth soccer players in the Waimea community. The club is an extension of Parker School but is open to all players, regardless of their school affiliation. To learn more about the club, please visit the Parker School Soccer Club page.
Waimea Town Market
The market is run for the benefit of Parker School by unpaid volunteers; vendor rents are passed directly to the school. Support for vendors allows Parker School to continue to benefit from the big boost the market provides to the school’s educational programs. Check out Parker School’s vendor booth at the market. For more information, please visit the Waimea Town Market page.