April Vacation Week

My First Circus Adventure (Grades Pre-K to K

Get ready to go to the circus! On Monday, Wednesday, Friday students will meet on Zoom to explore the circus and the different people in it! Led by a Teaching Artist students will engage in movement, creative problem-solving, and imaginative play all within the fun world of a circus tent. On Tuesday and Thursday, video art challenges will inspire students to keep the circus alive.

Tuition: $90
Monday, Apri1 19 / Wednesday, April 21 / Friday, April 2310:00am -11:00am

Big Top in a Box (Grades 1 to 3)

Come one, come all to the greatest show on earth - the greatest show in your living room is more like it! Take a break from juggling the many activities of daily life and juggle some scarves instead! April vacation is all about clowning around. But seriously, professional Boston area circus artists will lead you through a week of creativity, skill building, and fun all from the comfort of your home.

To further inspire the week’s exploration, each student will receive their personal “Big Top in a Box,” containing materials students will need to participate in the week’s activities (clown noses, juggling balls, spinning plates and more) to transform their homes into the center ring of their very own circus.

Students will meet on Zoom during the specified time to work with our teaching artists to explore different skills throughout the week.

Each program has only 20 spots, to best optimize the experience for Zoom. Registration is first-come, first-serve. Registration closes Sunday, April 11 at 5pm to ensure enough delivery time for the Mystery Boxes. You can also elect to pick-up your box on Friday, April 16th. Taught by: Diamond Family Circus

Tuition: $220 - $225
Monday, Apri1 19 to Friday, April 231:00pm to 3:30pm on Zoom

Big Top in a Box (Grades 4 to 8)

Come one, come all to the greatest show on earth - the greatest show in your living room is more like it! Take a break from juggling the many activities of daily life and juggle some scarves instead! April vacation is all about clowning around. But seriously, professional Boston area circus artists will lead you through a week of creativity, skill building, and fun all from the comfort of your home.

To further inspire the week’s exploration, each student will receive their personal “Big Top in a Box,” containing materials students will need to participate in the week’s activities (clown noses, juggling balls, spinning plates and more) to transform their homes into the center ring of their very own circus.

Students will meet on Zoom during the specified time to work with our teaching artists to explore different skills throughout the week.

Each program has only 20 spots, to best optimize the experience for Zoom. Registration is first-come, first-serve. Registration closes Sunday, April 11 at 5pm to ensure enough delivery time for the Mystery Boxes. You can also elect to pick-up your box on Friday, April 16th. Taught by: Diamond Family Circus

Tuition: $220 - $225
Monday, Apri1 19 to Friday, April 231:00pm to 3:30pm on Zoom

March Vacation Week

We will not be offering virtual program this March during private school vacation weeks. We look forward to providing program next year!

February Vacation Week

Registration Now Closed

Registration for February vacation is closed – we look forward to a week full of mystery!

My First Mystery (Grades Pre-K to K)

About the week:
Get ready to solve a mystery! On Monday, Wednesday, Friday students will explore one part of a week’s long mystery, discovering clues and putting the pieces together all while engaging in movement, creative problem-solving, and imaginative play. On Tuesday and Thursday arts challenges will inspire students to keep the mystery alive. By week’s end our group of first-time detectives will have successfully completed a case, and all before nap time.

The program has only 16 spots, to best optimize the experience for Zoom. Registration is first-come, first-serve. Taught by: Sophie Rich

Tuition: $90
Monday, February 15 to Friday, February 19Meets Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 10am to 11am with asynchronous arts challenges on Tuesday and Thursdays.

MYSTERY BOX THEATRE (Grades 1 to 8)

A week of creative role playing, where students use their imaginations and actor’s tools to solve a mystery before the week is up. A mix of both asynchronous and synchronous learning, students will spend the morning on their own in creative exploration – using that day’s clue and pre-recorded video messages to guide them through their adventure. In the afternoon students login and work collaboratively as an ensemble to further develop their theories on “Who Dunnit?” through creative play and acting techniques. 

To further inspire the week’s adventure, each student will receive their personal Mystery Box in the mail, containing detailed instructions, key clues, and other important items necessary to a fun and creative week of sleuthing. 

Mystery Box Theatre: "Once Upon a Mystery" (Grades 1 to 3)

About the week:
“In a far away land of long long ago, a group of fairy tale characters are celebrating Humpty Dumpty’s 100th birthday. Days before the party Humpty Dumpty is discovered on the floor in pieces. He’s okay but did he fall or was he pushed?! Solve the mystery and put Humpty Dumpty together again in time for the party!

The program has only 20 spots, to best optimize the experience for Zoom. Registration is first-come, first-serve. Registration closes Sunday, February 7 at 5pm to ensure enough delivery time for the Mystery Boxes. Taught by: Jennifer Duval White

Tuition: $225
Monday, February 15 to Friday, February 19Asynchronous learning in the morning with synchronous learning on Zoom from 1:00pm to 3:30PM

Mystery Box Theatre: "Lights, Camera, Mystery" (Grades 4 to 6)

About the week:
“Lights, Camera, Mystery!” On the set of the latest Hollywood blockbuster, a film noir for the next generation, the plot isn’t the only mystery to be solved. Our head writer is missing along with the script changes that have already stirred Oscar Award winning buzz, and everyone’s a suspect - even you! Join us to clear your name and find our missing script pages and of course our head writer.

The program has only 20 spots, to best optimize the experience for Zoom. Registration is first-come, first-serve. Registration closes Sunday, February 7 at 5pm to ensure enough delivery time for the Mystery Boxes. Taught by: Jenna Lea Scott

Tuition: $225
Monday, February 15 to Friday, February 19Asynchronous learning in the morning with synchronous learning on Zoom from 1:00pm to 3:30PM

Mystery Box Theatre: "The Play's the Thing" (Grades 6 to 8)

About the week:
“The Play's the Thing” The bright lights of Broadway are calling, as a new musical is rehearsing and performing out of town in Boston. At the opening night party the producer’s prized Tony award goes missing and everyone’s a suspect - even you! Join us to clear your name and discover the missing award.

The program has only 20 spots, to best optimize the experience for Zoom. Registration is first-come, first-serve. Registration closes Sunday, February 7 at 5pm to ensure enough delivery time for the Mystery Boxes.
Taught by: Danny Bolton

Tuition: $225
Monday, February 15 to Friday, February 19Asynchronous learning in the morning with synchronous learning on Zoom from 1:00pm to 3:30PM

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